NPR’s Raina Douris and John Myers interview David Crosby for the World Cafe program. They write of the interview:
Near the beginning of the recent Cameron Crowe documentary, David Crosby: Remember My Name, there’s a black and white clip of a 1966 interview with The Beatles. And in the background, just off to the side of the stage, there’s a young, clean-shaven, mop-topped David Crosby peeking in, watching with a huge grin on his face. It’s a quick moment, but it captures something about Crosby that I think has been a theme throughout his long life and career: Not only has he always seemed to want to be a part of the action – he almost always has been.
In this session, the Croz joins me to talk about that documentary, and to talk about musical projects past and present, including his recent work with his Lighthouse bandmates Becca Stevens, Michelle Willis and Michael League. Oh, and he’ll also tell us what he really thinks of Jim Morrison and The Doors.