David Crosby – Live From The Front Row

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Recorded in 1989 but previously unreleased, you couldn’t really claim these 14 live tracks capture Crosby at the top of his game. That lay more than a decade in the past. But they do find him rediscovering the joy of making music after he’d emerged from jail and drug hell, and that sense of pleasure radiates from a selection of CSNY favourites such as “D

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