Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by lemonade kid, Feb 8, 2019.
Yes, I elsed this doc. Not a big Crosby fan but I really enjoyed it.
I hope the fella is unemployed now. Easily replaceable, unless gossip and triviality is their thing. Not a word about the last 4 albums or the documentary, and would never have gotten there anyway.
Yes but Crosby acts like a child anyway - he should have just stood up and walked out
I saw the film 3 weeks ago in a theater. A first gen Byrds fan so I’ve followed Crosby’s exploits since 1965. However I found his narcissism a wee bit off putting. And the multiple references about dying soon, I might be dead, I’ll be dead tomorrow - very tiring. I wanted to like this film more.
Yikes. What does that guy think he's contributing? Who wants to see the reaction of someone ignorant of the subject?
Saw the documentary in a multiplex in Kalamazoo , MI a couple nights back.
Couldn't believe it was booked. One showing per night.
Me and my bud were the
only two there. Anyway, I thought it was totally worthy & I'm glad to have seen it on a big screen rather than my TV.
During the segment about Kent State there was a spare/acoustic version of Ohio playing before shifting to
the full CSNY song . It was cool. I waited to see if the credits would help ID this version, but I didn't see it listed amongst the
many others that scrolled by. Did I miss it or wasn't it there?
Anyway , does anyone know for certain the source of that "acoustic" Ohio which was used?
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