I just read a well articulated article in Rolling Stone Magazine about David Crosby. He is working on a new solo album that I can’t wait to hear. I love the flow of this article, especially the sentiments that David Crosby shares with Andy Greene, Associate Editor of Rolling Stone about the CSNY live album due out this year and Neil Young’s muse.
I have happily fallen back in league with Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young the past 10 years, having seen Neil Young (twice), CSN, CSNY, Nash and Crosby, and Stephen Stills live in concert during that time. I especially loved the feelings expressed and felt at the Freedom of Speech, CSNY tour in 2006 at Mohegan Sun Casino Arena.
David Crosby Solo Album
This will be his first solo album since 1993’s Thousand Roads. “Nobody really makes a true solo album,” he says. “This one involves my son James quite a bit. He co-produced it, sang on it, arranged and wrote the songs with me. My friend Marcus Eaton also plays guitar and sings a lot of harmonies on it. It’s different from anything I’ve ever done. I’ve always wanted to hear the band instrumentals in the same kind of place where I wanted the vocals. I wanted to make something experimental and out there, and this time I got it. I think I’m going to call it Dangerous Night.”
David on Neil Young
I have so much respect for Neil because he always follows his muse. It’s often counter to what I want, because I want to work with him. But I also want him to follow his muse. I want him playing music that excites him right that minute. And if that includes me, that’s wonderful. If it doesn’t, that’s wonderful too. He’s still making great music and still tries to push the envelope.
Addendum: David Crosby has revealed details of his forthcoming album on Twitter.
Read more at http://www.uncut.co.uk/david-crosby-reveals-new-album-details-on-twitter-news#TmEBiyd2JvPMPuWt.99