Thanks my brother. I am being exposed to great stuff I would never hear otherwise. Very cool.
peace out dude.
I dig it! That’s a good one @Mno
“Wooden Ships” sung both by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young and Jefferson Airplane at Woodstock 1969. David Crosby and Stephen Stills were two of the writers along with Paul Kantner of Jefferson Airplane.
Attaching Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, a short version live of Jefferson Airplane at Woodstock and the clearer, more refined and just stunning version from their Volunteers album.
@Soberbilly nice that you grew up so close… thanks for the stories and connections. I am sorry about the tragedy. By the way, that song “Drive” I have always known that song but never knew the name or even that there was a band called The Cars.
Bless them for that song. We have all been there.
@Tito23 that Bob Dylan song I love, have not heard in forever.
All the music is great, thanks every one.
Editing to add something I ran into after posting this. About the song.
The Atlantic, January 21, 2023, “The Immortal David Crosby”
"How the Late Musician’s obsession with science fiction shaped his legacy. " By Jason Heller
“In the liner notes to the CD reissue of the 1969 album Crosby, Stills & Nash, Crosby explained that “Wooden Ships” is an allegory where “we imagined ourselves as the few survivors, escaping on a boat to create a new civilization.” But although he outlived many of his generation’s hard-living musicians, Crosby did more than survive. He altered the trajectory of American music with an imagination far beyond his age”.
Thanks Alisa. The music and the excerpt from The Atlantic are fulfilling. I still listen to Blows Against The Empire. Reflecting on how there never was an overt generational “revolution.” Hippies became yuppies for the most part. And so it goes. I appreciate you.
Had my playlist sorted by “most popular” headphones on,volume LOUD and this came on. Gave me chills and goosebumps. Talk about an old soul. And her.voice. There is no instrument as beautiful as the human voice.
I’m w you on that. Another exception for ne