This is a first rate CD, worthy of five stars.
When I first started listening to it, it reminded me of an updated version of "If I Could Only Remember My Name", but after a second and third listening, I have to add much improved to that description.
David's voice is still as sweet as ever, even at his advanced age.
The acoustic guitars and the harmonies are a pleasure to listen to.
James Raymond, who is Crosby's son, co-wrote 7 of the songs, played piano, synthesizer, synth bass, Fender Rhodes, virtual pedal steel and co-produced the CD. Talk about multi tasking.
The subject matter of the songs is a bit of a mixed bag: a senior's tired depression with the state of the world mixed with, what David once called "hippie hopefulness".
If you enjoyed Crosby's work with Crosby, Stills and Nash, as well as his previous solo albums, you will love this CD.