Music is Love: The Rhino Podcast Revisits David Crosby's Solo Debut

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Five decades after its release, David Crosby's solo debut If I Could Only Remember My Name is, indeed, one we still remember pretty well. With a new deluxe edition of the star-studded album due out Nov. 12, the Rhino Podcast is looking back at this album with the help of a very special guest.

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On the latest episode, Rich Mahan is joined by Steve Silberman, author of diverse books like Skeleton Key: A Dictionary for Deadheads and author of NeuroTribes: The Legacy of Autism and the Future of Neurodiversity. More importantly, though, he's an avowed Crosby fan who counts If I Could Only Remember My Name as one of his top five albums - and has cultivated intimate knowledge of the album not only through writing the deluxe set's new liner notes, but also through co-hosting Freak Flag Flying, a podcast series in conversation with Crosby himself.

Rich and Steve's chat goes deep into the roots of Crosby's first album away from Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and The Byrds; the galaxy of talent that helped the album come together; and what fans can expect with the baker's dozen of demos, alternates and outtakes that appear on the 2CD set (12 of which are released for the first time).

Check it out right here or wherever you get your podcasts!

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