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David Crosby is back: the US guitarist, singer and songwriter continues to work relentlessly on his impressive catalogue in 2021.
"For Free" is the name of his new album, the follow-up to 2018's "Here If You Listen," a collaboration with Michael League, Becca Stevens and Michelle Willis
Ten songs were recorded by Crosby for "For Free," with his son, multi-instrumentalist James Raymond, as well as a number of musicians who had previously backed him on his 2017 album "Sky Trails," including saxophonist Steve Tavaglione and drummer Steve DiStanislao. Also featured on the album are American singer, keyboardist and songwriter Michael McDonald (The Doobie Brothers), singer and keyboardist Donald Fagen of Steely Dan and Americana artist Sarah Jarosz as guests. James Raymond also took care of the production.
Though much of the album encompasses the intricate textures and complex grooves characteristic of the "Sky Trails" band's sound, the title of his new album comes from Crosby's beautifully sparse cover of the Joni Mitchell classic "For Free," in which he is joined by Sarah Jarosz
"Joni is the greatest living singer-songwriter, and 'For Free' is one of her simplest songs. It's one of my favorite songs because I love what it says about the spirit of music and what compels you to play it," says Crosby, who once again proves on the record that his life is dedicated to the pure and powerful alchemy of music. "For Free" is a blend of poetry, prayer and ferocious rock and roll that reveals his talent for conveying essential truths with warmth and a sense of wonder.
Whether with the Byrds, as Crosby, Stills and Nash (and Young) or Crosby, Pevar, Raymond (CPR), David Crosby has been making music history on a regular basis since the late 1960s. The singer and musician released his first solo album in 1971, followed by nine more to date, four of them since 2014. The now 80-year-old folk-rock legend shows that his creativity knows no end in 2021 with his new, eleventh solo album "For Free".