What the Media Forgot About David Crosby

He was an unreconstructed 1960s radical who kept his political commitments til he died

I am a very late member of the Baby Boom generation, born in 1962. My first musical tastes involved a membership in the Partridge Family fan club that I shared with my younger sister. But I can date precisely when I woke up to the real music of my youth and of the larger counterculture: it was sitting on a grassy field in 1973 at sleepaway camp, hearing for the first time the thrilling harmonies of



Co-founder Civic Hall. Publisher of The Connector newsletter (theconnector.substack.com)

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