Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
It's All Coming Back to Me Now
Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock
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A fun night with Da Croz
John J. Wood (email@example.com) | Plainville, MA | 11/19/1998
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Recorded at one December 1993 show, It's All Coming Back To Me features David Crosby fronting a tight band featuring studio notibles Hutch Hutchinson on bass and the tasteful Jeff Pevar on guitar (now of CPR).The disc suffers from a lull in the middle, particularly the stretch from "Hero" through "Thousand Roads". This will depend on your taste, but Black Crowes shreaker Chris Robinson lends his throat to a fun "Almost Cut My Hair" where the real reward is Crosby effortlessly outsinging him at the end.However, there is one good reason to own this CD: "Cowboy Movie". It is a long-overlooked song from the If I Could Only Remember My Name days, and it received a driving, if slightly slick, treatment. Graham Nash lends his voice and good vibes to the remaining predictible tracks, with Kip Lennon playing the role of Stills in the standards, all which receive fine workout, particularly "Wooden Ships".While this is a CD worthy of your collection, it pales in comparison to the wonderful CPR live disc Live At Cuesta College. Nonetheless, Crosby fans should enjoy this."
Very nice live recording
Daniel Niedziela | Rochester, NY United States | 06/11/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have no clue what is wrong with the reviewer who gave this 1 star. They obviously need their ears checked for signs of deafness. Great guitar work from Jeff Pevar and David's vocals sound just as good as when he was 20 years younger. Surprise guests include Chris Robinson and Graham Nash! I put this entire CD on my iPod and have listened to it many times over.
If you like David Crosby's music, you won't be disappointed with the songs or the sound quality."
One of my favorite albums
Gary B. Robinson | Bangor, ME United States | 06/29/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Very simply, this is one of my favorite albums. Despite the 1-star review below complaining about Crosby's "gruffness", I feel his singing here is easily as good as it ever was; and that is perfection. The old tunes are different enough from the original recordings to be enjoyed all over again, and new track "Rusty and Blue" is great. Crosby is a unique pop artist, and there is an authenticity and intelligence about his work that I feel myself particularly drawn to, never more than here."