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David Crosby collaborating with Donald Fagen

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Scott S., Jun 2, 2020.

  1. Scott S.

    Scott S. Just a singer in a rock and roll band Thread Starter

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    song called Rodriguez Tonight
     
  2. chickendinna

    chickendinna Homegrown’s All Right With Me

    I had to do a double take when I read the header, this actually seems like it could be a very interesting collaboration. I thought the last few Croz albums had a Steely Dan quality to them. Let's hope this bears fruit.
     
  3. Andy Saunders

    Andy Saunders Forum Resident

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    Bit of a dream team that:righton:
     
  4. bostonscoots

    bostonscoots Forum Resident

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    Bring it. Gotta love Croz - he just keeps going. Also, some of the most interesting things Donald Fagen's done lately have been collaborations - "Tin Foil Hat" with Todd Rundgren made me wonder why those guys didn't get together sooner to work on their studio tans - so my hopes are high Don and Croz can come up with something special.
     
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  5. chickendinna

    chickendinna Homegrown’s All Right With Me

    This thread inspired me to give Croz's Skytrails a listen. The lead-off track She's Got to be Somewhere sounds like a long lost Steely Dan song. Brilliant.
     
  6. I333I

    I333I Forum Resident

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    Crosby played a date or two with Steely Dan recently so it’s not too much of a stretch.
     
  7. rockclassics

    rockclassics Forum Resident

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    It would be great to see an album with both Crosby and Fagen together. I am still hoping Crosby does a follow up to Sky Trails. I love that album.
     
  8. Parachute Woman

    Parachute Woman Positivity

    He already did follow up Sky Trails. It is called Here If You Listen and it came out in 2018. It's excellent, like all of his recent albums. :)
     
  9. rockclassics

    rockclassics Forum Resident

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    I am aware of that. I have not heard all of Here If You Listen - only a couple of tacks. However when I heard sounded quite different to the Sky Trails album.

    I worded my last post poorly. What I meant to say was a follow up album to Sky Trails with the same band and with a similar style of songs.
     
  10. Parachute Woman

    Parachute Woman Positivity

    Ah, gotcha. I would agree with you that Sky Trails is probably the best of his recent offerings. It's an incredibly strong album.
     
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  11. Simon

    Simon Forum Resident

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    For those who like Sky Trails, don't miss the CPR albums. They will soon be reissued. CPR is the genesis of the Skytrails Band.
     
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  12. audiotom

    audiotom Ground Control to Major Tom

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    Croz and Lighthouse are right up there too
     
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  13. rjp

    rjp Senior Member

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    all 4 albums croz has released in the last few years have been nothing short of outstanding.....and he is 78 years old and will be 79 in 3 weeks.
     
  14. TheDailyBuzzherd

    TheDailyBuzzherd Forum Resident

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    Nice! I know David LOVES SD. Could be a lot of fun,
    just as all of Croz' collaborations. Have you heard,
    "Yvette in English" with Joni?


     
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  15. rjp

    rjp Senior Member

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    'yvette' is on an album by both of them.
     
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  16. TheDailyBuzzherd

    TheDailyBuzzherd Forum Resident

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    Don't think I heard David's version yet.
     
  17. rjp

    rjp Senior Member

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    it is on crosby's 1993 album 'thousand roads' and it is beautiful:



    he covers jimmy webb, marc cohn and john hiatt on that album too.
     
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  18. misteranderson

    misteranderson Forum Resident

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    Here If You Listen is with the same team that did Lighthouse, Becca Stevens, Michelle Lewis, and Michael League. It's superb.

    The Lighthouse gig I caught at Town Hall in 2016 was one of the best things I've seen in the last ten years. Stevens, Lewis and League are all excellent writers/players/singers in their own right.

    I hope DC and Fagen knock out a few tunes together, not just one. Either way, good news!
     
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  19. rjp

    rjp Senior Member

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    i've read that crosby also collaborated with michael mcdonald for his next record.

    no idea though, how many tunes with mcdonald and/or fagen.
     
  20. Drekow

    Drekow Forum Resident

    I hope this is true. Would love to hear it.
     
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  21. chewy

    chewy Forum Resident

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    Steely Dan is Crosby's favorite band. He says this all the time!
     
  22. siebrand

    siebrand Forum Resident

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    I hope so, too
    David is a fantastic Musician, Mr. Fagen... also.
    something beautiful could be born
     
  23. smilin ed

    smilin ed Forum Resident

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    Don't mind who Fagen collaborates with, as long as it's good.

    And yes, Yvette is really good!
     
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  24. Humbuster

    Humbuster Big hat, no cattle

    anyone heard news on his next album?

    He's been quiet about it for awhile. Perhaps he is holding it back so he can tour behind it once this Covid stuff is gone.
     
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  25. DeadParrot

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    It’s going to be titled For Free apparently, and includes a cover of the Joni Mitchell song of the same name.
     

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