David Crosby Shares CSN Classic From New Live Album

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David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band at the Capitol Theatre, 2018 (Photo: Scott Harris; used with permission)

David Crosby has announced the release of a concert album, David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band Live at the Capitol Theatre. The CD plus DVD package arrives Dec. 9, 2022, via BMG. The 16-song collection, recorded in 2018, draws largely from his late period renaissance as a solo artist and also touches on his career as a member of Crosby, Stills & Nash and CSNY. Watch the performances of a CSN classic, as well as “1974,” a long-lost demo track that Crosby had “sitting on my computer for 40 years,” below.

The two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Famer is a co-founder of the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash.

From the Oct. 4 announcement: Continuing to forge new paths in his eighth decade, Crosby again joins forces with Becca Stevens, Michelle Willis and Michael League, the three musicians known as the Lighthouse Band, who he’s been working with since 2016’s Lighthouse album.

Far from just a solo live album/DVD, working with his first new band since CPR (Crosby, Pevar and Raymond), Crosby and the Lighthouse Band quickly discovered their chemistry and took a collaborative leap during their 2018 tour together in support of Crosby’s seventh solo album, Here If You Listen. This live set was recorded and filmed on the last night of the run at the historic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. The setlist includes “Déjà Vu,” “Guinnevere,” and “Woodstock.”

Vocalist/guitarist League shares, “I found the demo and I listened to it. I fell in love with this and I thought, you know, Crosby should finish this and he said, ‘Man, it’s been sitting on my computer for 40 years, so you know, whatever, sure’, so I sent it to Becca Stevens and she was like, ‘give me a crack at it’ – so she came in a couple of days later with four-part harmonies for the entire song, lyrics for the entire song, and we sat down that day and kind of fine-tuned things, and so 44 years after it’s… conception a song was born.”

Watch the live performance of “1974”

Related: Croz announced in 2022 that he has retired from touring

David Crosby & the Lighthouse Band Live at the Capitol Theatre Track Listing

The Us Below
Things We Do For Love
1974
Vagrants of Venice
Regina
Laughing
What Are Their Names
By The Light of Common Day
Glory
The City
Look in Their Eyes
Guinnevere
Janet
Carry Me
Déjà Vu
Woodstock

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  1. Sparky313
    #1 Sparky313 5 October, 2022, 05:06

    I’ll buy it just to hear Carry Me one more time. Love that song

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