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Career spanning 3 CD David Crosby box set spotlights the two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's solo stand-outs and classics with legendary groups including The Byrds, CSN and CSNY, plus one full disc of previously unreleased material.


He's always received second billing to Stephen Stills in Crosby, Stills, and Nash, and once played third fiddle to Roger McGuinn and Gene Clark in the Byrds, but there is no doubt that David Crosby is one of the true originals of a folk-rock style that has paralleled his 40-year career, which is celebrated on this three-disc set of hits and near misses, demos, and outtakes. The first two CDs run chronologically, from the Byrds' "Eight Miles High" (which Crosby co-wrote) through his '70s and '80s solo records to "Through Here Quite Often," from his 2004 album with Graham Nash. Crosby was the draftsman of the transcendental harmonies that defined both of his bands, his plaintive vocals generally serving as a complement to the others'. But he takes the lead on this 52-song collection's greatest moments: his chilling falsetto on "Music Is Love" (from his 1971 debut solo release); a call out to his dying mother on "Carry Me" (1975's Wind on the Water, with Nash), and "Yvette in English," a 1993 collaboration with Joni Mitchell (Thousand Roads). Some selections swing and miss--"Hero," co-written with Phil Collins in 1993, and a few recorded in the late '90s with CPR, featuring his son James Raymond--but Voyage recuperates with disc three's 16 previously unreleased tracks. The jewel? "Cowboy Movie," a 10:57 opus from 1970 featuring both Neil Young and Jerry Garcia on lead guitar. --Scott Holter

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Eight Miles High -- The Byrds
  2. Renaissance Fair -- The Byrds
  3. Everybody's Been Burned -- The Byrds
  4. Wooden Ships -- Crosby, Stills, & Nash
  5. Guinnevere -- Crosby, Stills, & Nash
  6. Long Time Gone -- Crosby, Stills, & Nash
  7. Deja Vu -- Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young
  8. Almost Cut My Hair -- Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young
  9. Talapais High (At About 3) -- David Crosby
  10. Laughing -- David Crosby
  11. Music Is Love -- David Crosby
  12. Song With No Words (Tree With No Leaves) -- David Crosby
  13. What Are Their Names? -- David Crosby
  14. I'd Swear There Was Somebody Here -- David Crosby
  15. Where Will I Be? -- Crosby & Nash
  16. Page 43 -- Crosby & Nash
  17. Critical Mass -- Crosby & Nash
  18. Carry Me -- Crosby & Nash
  19. Bittersweet -- Crosby & Nash
  20. Naked In The Rain -- Crosby & Nash

Disc: 2

  1. Shadow Captain -- Crosby, Stills, & Nash
  2. In My Dreams -- Crosby, Stills, & Nash
  3. Delta -- Crosby, Stills, & Nash
  4. Compass -- Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young
  5. Tracks In The Dust -- David Crosby
  6. Arrows -- Crosby, Stills, & Nash
  7. Hero -- David Crosby
  8. Yvette In English -- David Crosby
  9. Rusty And Blue -- CPR
  10. Somehow She Knew -- CPR
  11. Breathless -- CPR
  12. Map To Buried Treasure -- CPR
  13. At The Edge -- CPR
  14. Through Here Quite Often -- Crosby & Nash
  15. My Country 'Tis Of Thee -- David Crosby

Disc: 3

  1. Long Time Gone (demo) -- Crosby & Stills
  2. Guinnevere (alternative mix) -- David Crosby
  3. Almost Cut My Hair (demo) -- David Crosby
  4. Games (demo) -- David Crosby
  5. Deja Vu (demo) -- Crosby & Nash
  6. Triad (demo) -- David Crosby
  7. Cowboy Movie (studio version) -- David Crosby
  8. Kids And Dogs (unissued song) -- David Crosby
  9. Have You Seen The Stars Tonite? (alternative mix) -- Paul Kantner/Jefferson Starship
  10. The Lee Shore (live) -- Crosby & Nash
  11. Traction In The Rain (live) -- Crosby & Nash
  12. King Of The Mountain (demo) -- David Crosby
  13. Homeward Through The Haze (alternative mix) -- Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young
  14. Samurai (studio version) -- David Crosby
  15. Climber (studio version) -- Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young
  16. Dream For Him (live) -- Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young

Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 21, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Label: Rhino Records
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
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Make no mistake, the philosophical, poetic and political intelligence of CSNY is David Crosby. While not the most prolific, he makes up for quantity with quality, and as this intelligent overview demonstrates, from very early on there was something especially unique about his songwriting and his singing. Even more distinctive than Dylan, he was posing questions with a sophistication and imagination not known in American culture since Walt Whitman.

Each stage in his remarkable career is acurately and persuasively represented, with a separate disc of demos and alternative mixes and unissued live tracks making it just as vital as the balance of the rest. None of it is filler. None of it is less than compelling. Crosby dealt always with society's conventions, the duplicity of politics, the spectre of our own mortality and the safe harbour of our own loved ones, the redemptive power of true friendship. Aptly titled VOYAGE, this is in many ways, signposts along the way. Markers in the sky at night of his voyaging out across life, these are remarkable songs, every last one of them, for their chords, their melodies and their lyrics. These efforts celebrate a life led with eyes wide open and his mind fully aware, even in the depths of hid drug addictions, of the importance of Socrates' encomium. Who else but David Crosby could compose a song like "Delat" at such a devastating point in his life?

And his voice! Possessed of the finest set of pipes in music, Crosby is always what holds a song together. You need look no further than the DAYLIGHT AGAIN record - Mike Finnegan took most of Crosby's parts, and you can hear it plain as day. The Byrds were never quite the same, not worse, just not the same, without Crosby. Young was interested in joining CSN only if Cros had cleaned up. Why?
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Everyone else who has left a review has said much of what I feel but I need to say that this is a brilliant retrospective of one of our generation's most important songwriters, singers and musical revolutionaries. There are some very special demos and versions of some classics that I never heard before. (Finally, 'Kids & Dogs' is officially released; a truly phenomenal session with Jerry Garcia). These 3 CDs may never leave my turntable. I don't think there's any more doubt as to whose musical contribution made CSN and CSNY one of the central if not the core folk rock band of the last 40+ years. David Crosby is a special gift to the world (shh, don't tell HIM that!). Seriously, David, if you read this... man, you are something else. After I die I'm gonna come find you so I can enter heaven with you singing "Song with No Words" behind me. This is the only box set that has ever been released that I personally can honestly say is absolutely essential; a must have. LONG LIVE DAVID CROSBY!!!
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This well produced box set is a fine overview of the music of David Crosby. As a part of rock history for over 42 years now, this set was really long overdue.

Disc One: Spans from David's most creative period as a member of The Byrds, through the up's and down's of CSN and CSN&Y, his amazing solo record and the Crosby/Nash partnership of the early 1970's.

Disc Two: Continues the musical journey from the mid 1970's, with a re-union with Stephen Stills, CSN & CSNY. More solo works, and the fantastic group: CPR. David, shows that through healing, some of his best work happened late into his career.

Disc Three: The rarities disc. This is the one for the collectors of all things David. A version of: "Guinnevere", that will prove how important a bass guitar can be, when played by the right musician. "Kids And Dogs" is a GEM, and it shows just how much we all miss, Jerry Garcia and his vast talents. Many demos, and live versions of David's finest songs are served up in completly different editions.

Fans of David, are gonna eat this stuff up. And for the folks that only know of the man, from his mid-eighties, People Magazine daze, this will be buried treasure for lot's of those new-comers. But, as there is that REP, that goes along with David, {And it always will} I'm sure lot's of listeners will diss this, and include all the reasons they HATE this type of musical adventure.

Funny, as it is easy to say that the music of David Crosby, does not appeal to all tastes, many of us feel that music should and still can be a musical journey. And by letting your self be taken into this new world, you are gonna be on a journey full of treasure.

A wealth of jewels.
Five Stars !!!
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David Crosby is one of the top five most important US singer-songwriters of the past forty years, but his association with a certain supergroup of *other* amazing talents left him ever-so-slightly overshadowed, even as his personal troubles with drugs and the law (as well as unexpected sperm donor!) took precedence for a long time. When one isolates his songs and collects them in an anthology like this, however, his true genius rings loud and clear.

The first two discs offer a comprehensive collection of his key studio work, with anything missing appearing in demo/outtake/live form on the third disc "Buried Treasure". The only minor nagging complaint is the inexplicable omission of the two Byrds classics "Lady Friend" and "Dolphin's Smile", although no box is 100% perfect, I suppose. Otherwise it's all here, and it's all magnificent, particularly the tracks on disc one. The CPR material on disc two is also overlooked and definitely worth a second look here.

It's the third disc, "Buried Treasure", which really lives up to its name. Compiler Graham Nash sequenced this compilation of demos, outtakes and live material brilliantly, most of the tracks appearing in stripped-down form with Crosby's meditative acoustic guitar and angelic, soulful voice taking center stage. The stoney, hypnotic versions of "Games", "Almost Cut My Hair", "Lee Shore" and "Traction In The Rain" are just breathtaking, as is a harder-rocking "Cowboy Movie" with Young and Garcia jamming away in the background. There's also an excellent remix of "Have You Seen The Stars Tonight?", a lovely a capella "Samurai" and even the more adult-contemporary later material fits in (I never liked "Dream For Him" much but this is about as good a version as it gets).

In short, all three discs are essential listening not just for Crosby fans but for anyone who appreciates beautiful music that seems cut into diamonds straight from the heavens.
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