Following the release of his fourth solo studio album, Croz, David Crosby has opened up on the recording of the LP, noting that his bond with his son, James Raymond, was strengthened during the songwriting process:
"We had no money, but my son James had a studio at his place," Crosby told Rolling Stone. "I slept on the couch and we'd get up and work . . . For more than two years we did this off and on, until we had made this record."
In another interview with NPR, Crosby noted that he hopes the new songs connect with the listener:
"That's really what making records is about. You have to really write a real song that you can sit down and play for somebody and make them feel something. If you don't have that, you shouldn't bother."
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