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If I Could Only Remember My Name [CD]

Crosby Stills Nash & Young, David CrosbyAudio CD
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (173 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (May 24, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B004USRKX8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (173 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,552 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Music Is Love
2. Cowboy Movie
3. Tamalpais High (At About 3)
4. Laughing
5. What Are Their Names
6. Traction In The Rain
7. Song With No Words (Tree With No Leaves)
8. Orleans
9. I'd Swear There Was Somebody Here

Editorial Reviews

In between CSNY's Deja Vu and 4 Way Street , Crosby put out this 1971 masterpiece, a singer-songwriter journey that straddles dream and nightmare. His hit Music Is Love joins Cowboy Movie; Laughing; Orleans , and more. Guests: Jerry Garcia, Grace Slick, Neil Young, Graham Nash and Joni Mitchell!

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120 of 129 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Crosby's best work . . . October 29, 2001
Format:Audio CD
. . . though his recent stuff with CPR comes darned close. But this is a longtime favorite of mine, and nothing is likely to dislodge it.
If every speck of weed were to disappear from the planet tomorrow, it would still be possible to get stoned just from this CD. (Strictly speaking, you wouldn't even have to listen to it; you could pick up a contact high just from holding it in your hand.)
But contrary to the previous beliefs of some of my generation, it's not actually necessary to use chemical aids to achieve this sort of high. The high Crosby achieves on this album is the real thing: hauntingly beautiful artistry that includes but transcends his own individual contribution, producing a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. This is some of Crosby's best music, and it's not an accident that so many other names appear in the liner notes.
For this album reads like a Who's-Who of the late '60s/early '70s California music scene: Graham Nash, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, and an array of other contributors we might as well call the Grateful Airplane. And everybody pitches in _something_ without which the album wouldn't be what it is.
But the center of it all is Crosby and his own unique musical vision. And when he's at his best -- as he is here -- his songwriting is so good he sometimes doesn't need to bother with words at all (as, e.g., on "Song With No Words (Tree With No Leaves)"). If the first thirty seconds of "Tamalpais High (At About Three)" doesn't leave you stunned and transfixed, then you and I aren't from the same home planet -- and I don't especially want to visit yours.
(The stuff _with_ words is still timely as well -- unfortunately, because some of it was recorded in the hope of making itself irrelevant and unnecessary.
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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars David Crosby's Underappreciated Masterwork May 9, 2000
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For anyone who truly appreciates the scope, verve, and power of sixties music, this CD literally says volumes. Using an eclectic and heavily electric but dreamy LA sound base, an approach that employed most of southern (and northern) California's constellation of rock legends in production, Crosby weaves a series of thoughtful, mystic, and mysterious moods with this music. From the dreamy opening bars of "Music is Love" through the fanciful strains of "Cowboy Movie" all the way to the haunting strains of "Laughing", he shows why he has so many friends in the music business. All of CSN&Y are here, appearing alone or in combinations on individual song cuts. But this is most emphatically not just another CSN&Y album. Rather, this is an unusual yet emblematic album that only someone as rarely gifted and as countercultural as Crosby could take from conception, through writing, production and performance for us. The shame is that it (the album) is one of a kind. None of his other works with Nash or CSN or CSN&Y are as striking or as unabashedly David Crosby. Buy it, spin it, and enjoy it. You'll be humming the bars to any one of a number of the instrumentals like "Orleans" for weeks.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Remember when? September 22, 2003
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Yes, I will admit it-- a little part of me is forever stuck in the 60's (and early 70's). This album goes a very long way towards explaining why. They just don't make 'em like this anymore. This is another one of my "desert island discs", one of that handful of albums I can't imagine having to live the rest of my life without. It is absolutely brilliant. A virtual who's who of west-coast-folk-rock-60's-hippie-cool artists of the time, the roster of people who contributed to this album is mind-boggling by any standards. Everyone from Joni to Neil to Grace and Jorma to virtually the entire Grateful Dead. One of the most amazing things is that there is absolutely no grandstanding here-- all of the artists greatly contributed but none made an issue of their presence. At times it can be fun just to try to pick out the various artists as you listen. And although I'm admittedly an unabashed Dead freak, I just can't let Jerry Garcia's contributions go by without special mention. Not only can his unmistakable guitar work be heard throughout, but his pedal steel guitar on "Laughing" is indescribably beautiful. It is really hard to know where to begin in describing this album and its high points because it's all high (pun very much intended). This is truly one of the most gorgeous albums I have ever heard. And as an added plus, it is all astoundingly well recorded for the period (despite the claims of some other reviewers). Every time I hear this incredible album it makes me simultaneously happy and sad-- happy that such a masterpiece was ever recorded and that it still exists for all to hear and enjoy, and sad that the time it always takes me back to is gone forever.
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54 of 60 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars FINE, MAGICAL ALBUM November 27, 2006
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This album has special significance for me as it, along with the Dead's American Beauty and a couple of classical LPs acompanied me on a trip to South America at the beginning of the '70s. perhaps it was because Crosby's sailing experience oozed from the grooves (I too was at sea). This is arguably Crosby's best work (it is to me). The richly crafted harmonies, carefully woven acoustic accompaniment and general "aura" of the overall album make it a gem of the period. It is criminal that this work has been so overlooked. Although Crosby is the dominant featured performer and composer, this LP highlights the then lively communal SF music scene. Those followers of the current underground scene would identify with this. Standout guest performances include glorious Joni Mitchell vocals (along with Neil Young), earthy Garcia guitar and potent Phil Lesh bass lines. Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady also provide excellent supporting roles. I can't identify one particular track, 'cause the WHOLE album is so damn good and works so well as an organic whole. Over the years, I have found myself repeadedly coming back to this album for inspiration. Inspiration for what?...writing my own music, recapturing a feeling which oozes from these grooves and, yes, inspiring my life through just listening to the music. THIS IS '60S MUSIC OF THE HIGHEST ORDER AND IN THE BEST SENSE. Its a treasure undiscovered by many people. Discover it yourself, set back and be prepared to be touched by its magic!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Good album.
Published 15 days ago by Tony
3.0 out of 5 stars Not the best from a noteworthy talent
This review is for those who were born after, say, 1955, and may wonder if this guy who is obviously famous for Crosby, Still and Nash did other things worthy of knowing about. Read more
Published 24 days ago by Art B in Nor Cal
5.0 out of 5 stars David Crosby is an awesome human being who lives his life without...
David Crosby is an awesome human being who lives his life without pretense and this album is staying with the times...check out his new one "Croz"
Published 1 month ago by Yvonne Olmsted
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Totally ignored work of art. Still holds up today.
Published 2 months ago by MickeyMantle
5.0 out of 5 stars This is our finest hour.
David Crosby assembled virtually an army of rock royalty to record this album, and it shows. Definitely some of Crosby's finest work. Timeless. Ethereal. Transcendent. Read more
Published 2 months ago by mitchell a.
3.0 out of 5 stars Headphone Album
I bought the vinyl when it was first released and had fond memories. I think it's more of a headphone album. Wish I had more time for headphone listening, but I don't these days.
Published 2 months ago by Thomas
5.0 out of 5 stars "…Traction In The Rain…" – If I Could Only Remember My Name by DAVID...
Although slammed by many press types on its 1971 release – David Crosby’s debut solo album “If I Could Only Remember My Name” has gone on to become almost mythical amongst its many... Read more
Published 3 months ago by Mark Barry
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
A little 'poppy' on side two but great sound.
Published 3 months ago by Stephen Michael Fox
3.0 out of 5 stars A TRIP into the Past
And I do mean a "trip." It brought me back to the 60s in a BIG way, and it's an interesting prequel to CS&N and Jefferson Starship.
Published 3 months ago by Beth and Michael
5.0 out of 5 stars If I Could only Remember my Name.
David Crosby continues to impress with genius. Every track is a cracker & so much dept & length.
On every level of this music is pure pleasure.
Published 3 months ago by ASHWIN SINGH
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