The title of this CD should have been "David Crosby meets Big Mama Thornton".
The "gruff" vocal techinque (for lack of a better term) that David Crosby employs in this recording completely ruins what could have been some fine live interpretations of some of his greatest music.
For those of you who love the sweetness and subtlety of David Crosby's voice, you're not going to find it here. I was deeply disappointed upon listening to this recording.
Crosby's work on his 1971 masterpiece "If I Could Only Remember My Name" will forever remain the pinnacle of his solo output, much like Ian McDonald & Michael Giles' "McDonald & Giles" and Chris Squire's "Fish Out Of Water".
It is very difficult, if not impossible, to surpass perfection. And "If I Could Only Remember My Name" was exactly that - perfection.