Editors’ Notes Over the course of three great bands and a slew of collaborations and solo recordings, David Crosby has developed one of rock's most recognizable sounds. The hippie icon's voice is a seemingly ageless instrument that's capable of the haunted harmonies drifting across CSN's Cold War meditation “Wooden Ships,” as well as the tenacious howls tearing through CSNY's defiant anthem “Almost Cut My Hair.” Croz also has a genius for blending jazz and rock, an idea he and The Byrds pioneered in the mid-'60s with “Eight Miles High,” a psychedelic opus infused with mind-bending fret-work inspired by John Coltrane's bebop sax licks.

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