Thank you for sharing the link to the podcast. Yeah, I found nothing wrong with the interviewer's questions. It was obvious that the podcast was going to be a bit of a "This Is Your Life, David Crosby"-type affair, because the interview said it. He told Crosby that he was asking questions that the fans who listen to the podcast would find interesting and informative - and would lead to them seeing the documentary. The interview was scheduled for an hour - apparently Crosby knew that - and they were at the 38 minute mark when Crosby split. Yes, the interviewer would've had to move a little faster to cover all the bases including the documentary in the remaining 22 minutes, but all Crosby had to do was sit there and be polite and answer the damn softballs, or as the interviewer put it, the questions he was "teeing up".