David Crosby Announces Reissue of Debut Solo Album, Shares Unreleased Demo


David Crosby Performs at the Etown Concert. Photo Courtesy of WEBN-TV via Flickr.

David Crosby, the founding member of both the Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash, has announced a 50th-anniversary reissue of his debut album, I Could Only Remember My Name, due Oct. 15. The reissue will contain more than a dozen previously unreleased demos and alternative takes, including “Riff 1,” which he has released. Crosby released his eighth studio album, For Free, in July of this year following a rough 2020. The singer-songwriter was financially struggling due to the inability to tour, so he announced he’d sold his entire music catalog to Irving Azoff’s Iconic Artists Group. Check out the new demo below.

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