David Crosby To Release 50th Anniversary Edition Of Debut Solo Album

David Crosby To Release 50th Anniversary Edition Of Debut Solo Album

Marking the 50th anniversary of his debut solo album If I Could Only Remember My Name, David Crosby will release a remastered edition on October 15.

The 50th anniversary edition comes with a 2-CD set that includes the album remastered from the original analog tapes, accompanied by a bonus disc that features a dozen unreleased demos, outtakes, and alternative versions. The new remaster was overseen by original album engineer Stephen Barncard with restoration and speed correction using Plangent Processes.

If I Could Only Remember My Name: 50th anniversary edition will be available for $24.98. Also on October 15, the newly remastered version of the original album will be released on 180-gram vinyl for $24.98. The music will also be available from digital and streaming services the same day.

The liner notes that accompany the collection were written by Steve Silberman, co-author of “Skeleton Key: A Dictionary for Deadheads.”

“The stories behind the creation of If I Could Only Remember My Name make clear that its uplifting and redemptive qualities were the result of a close-knit group of gifted players pulling one of their own back from the brink,” Silberman writes. “The album’s edge was tempered in the fire of life-altering tragedy.”

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