David Crosby (Cameron Crowe)- Croz's life, "Remember My Name" documentary

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  1. MYKE

    MYKE Analog Upstairs, Digital Downstairs

    Actually, you posted it in a different thread Thursday night. The threads were merged, since yours was a duplicate.
     
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  2. rjp

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    but.....never mind.
     
  3. O Don Piano

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    Wow.
    Can't wait to see this.
    Crosby is one of my favorite musicians ever. His music is truly original and idiosyncratic; he is kind of a loudmouth although I basically am in line with his thinking; he's always honest if without a filter sometimes; one of the great voices; all of it.
     
  4. AppleCorp3

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    As much as i don't doubt Cruz can be a huge a$$hole, part of me wonders if he hasn't alienated his friends simply because they're "stars" and are used to being handled in a certain way.
     
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  5. MYKE

    MYKE Analog Upstairs, Digital Downstairs

    In a world where "men" use words like "harsh," and actually say they feel "threatened" by another man's tone in writing online ( :wtf: ), let alone another man raising his voice, or speaking bluntly in person...anything is possible anymore.
     
  6. rkt88

    rkt88 The unknown soldier

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    i just watched as much as i could take of a jackson browne semi autobiographical doc. while it was nice to see my pop pictured in it with hair. i watched with a knowing eye, crosby "second guessing" nash mid sentence during a segment even with guitars on their laps.

    he has been a lucky guy. some dont fare as well with transplants. i am reminded of john phillips.
     
  7. JoshM

    JoshM Forum Resident

    Which documentary? (And who's your dad?)
     
  8. rkt88

    rkt88 The unknown soldier

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    he was jackson's first manager and had him living in the room next to me briefly as a kid. chilled white whine lol.

    what's in a "name"? doesn't matter.
     
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  9. MYKE

    MYKE Analog Upstairs, Digital Downstairs

    @rkt88 - and the name of the documentary, please ?
     
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  11. rkt88

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    i dunno. some "down the road"? thing on hulu. not to be confused with late for the sky.
     
  12. jlf

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  13. MYKE

    MYKE Analog Upstairs, Digital Downstairs

    Thanks. We've got a lot of docs this year.
     
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  15. MYKE

    MYKE Analog Upstairs, Digital Downstairs

  16. rkt88

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    life has relegated me to watching people mangle history vis a vis la rock and roll in tv docs. game shows are next.
    which reminds me of a jackson lyric.

    "The kid's in shock up and down the block
    The folks are home playing beat the clock
    Down at the golden cup
    They set the young ones up
    Under the neon light
    Selling day for night
    It's alright..."

    a song referencing a gay coffee shop. swell. ha!

    but i am waiting with baited breath for the *new* laurel canyon doc soon to be released. that will be full of "artistic license" i am SURE.
     
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  17. slosaint

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    Saw Chris Hillman in Santa Barbara a year and a half or so ago. Before he and McGuinn toured Sweetheart. Crosby came out and added harmony to Turn! Turn! Turn! early in the show.

    Crosby has said for years that he would love to reunite with the surviving Byrd members but McGuinn has no interest.
     
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  18. rkt88

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    here's one for ya. i just watched it and was happy to see ol pop before holzman. wtf! are henry rollins and perry feral doing in a doc of the 1st doors lp. whew.

    anyway. here's my pop at 9:30 in the clip. trying to explain why columbia couldn't make it happen. he probably could have, but hey. sometimes **** just doesn't happen.

     
  19. Dok

    Dok Forum Resident

    A Child’s Garden of Jackson Browne – Rolling Stone Your Dad is in here as well as some things about Crosby. RS use to be a decent mag for the times. ;)
     
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  21. DTK

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    Et voila. People like Nash and Neil don't live ordinary lives. They've been pampered like small children for 50 years.
     
  22. rjp

    rjp Senior Member

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    opinions:

    DVD/blu-ray release....christmas?
     
  23. rkt88

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  24. nicotinecaffeine

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    Crosby, Wilson, Keef and Ozzy would survive a nuclear strike. Probably start trying to smoke the cockroaches.
     
  25. rkt88

    rkt88 The unknown soldier

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    that's amusing. the anecdote of "judy" opening the door as she thought someone was "choking" is hilarious.

    people think i am kidding when i say i had early onset ptsd from hearing a young jackson "writing/rehearsing" in the room next to mine. RS conveniently left me out of the article but it was the "proximity" that caused me grief too. :rolleyes: thanks for sharing that. i had never seen it.

    phyllis, jackson's GF/wife was drop dead gorgeous. a tragic situation that was.
     
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