Marking the 50th anniversary of his debut solo album If I Could Only Remember My Name, David Crosby will release a remastered edition on October 15.
The 50th anniversary edition comes with a 2-CD set that includes the album remastered from the original analog tapes, accompanied by a bonus disc that features a dozen unreleased demos, outtakes, and alternative versions. The new remaster was overseen by original album engineer Stephen Barncard with restoration and speed correction using Plangent Processes.
If I Could Only Remember My Name: 50th anniversary edition will be available for $24.98. Also on October 15, the newly remastered version of the original album will be released on 180-gram vinyl for $24.98. The music will also be available from digital and streaming services the same day.
The liner notes that accompany the collection were written by Steve Silberman, co-author of “Skeleton Key: A Dictionary for Deadheads.”
“The stories behind the creation of If I Could Only Remember My Name make clear that its uplifting and redemptive qualities were the result of a close-knit group of gifted players pulling one of their own back from the brink,” Silberman writes. “The album’s edge was tempered in the fire of life-altering tragedy.”
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