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David Crosby - Thousand Roads (1993) Retail CD
"Thousand Roads" was David Crosby's third solo album and his least successful effort by far (it did not even come close to the Billboard Top 100). The reason for this was simply that for the most part Crosby was not singing his own songs: he wrote the title track and co-wrote a pair of other songs, including the one single from the album, "Hero," with Phil Collins. The rest of the songs were written by notable songwriters such as Jimmy Webb and Stephen Bishop. Crosby was trying to prove himself to be an interpretive singer, a phase that was quickly abandoned. The chief part of Crosby's charmmore… was that he was such a distinctive vocalist, and on "Thousand Roads" he moves away from that. This is a bit disappointing because the album starts off with its three strongest tracks in "Hero," "Too Young to Die," and "Old Soldier." But overall there are too many times when David Crosby does not sound like David Crosby for this to be anywhere near as good as "Oh Yes I Can" or as great as "If I Could Only Remember My Name." If those are four star and five star albums respectively, then this one has to be a three. If you are a fan of Cosby's vocals that is not going to matter, but this is not an album for the casual listener.
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- David Crosby - Thousand Roads (1993) Retail CD
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- 08/01/08 by musicworld
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