David Crosby Says New Album Will "Piss Off the Government Again"
by Paul Cashmere
David Crosby says he will probably “piss off the government again” when he releases his next solo album.
“One of the songs, Morning Falling, is about a drone strike,” Crosby tweeted this evening. He also announced that the name of the album will be Dangerous Night.
While Morning Falling will get political the Crosby, Stills & Nash legend said, “Most of the others are about life and love …but just as usual…strange and hopefully beautiful.”
Crosby was finishing mixing the album with his son James and friend Dan Garcia Monday evening (September 2, 2013).
It has been 20 years since Crosby last released an album under his own name. Thousand Roads, co-produced by Phil Collins and featuring the song Hero with Collins, peaked at no. 133 on the US Billboard chart.
Crosby has released two other studio albums, If I Could Only Remember My Name in 1971 and Oh Yes I Can in 1989 as well as a catalogue of albums with Crosby Stills & Nash, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Crosby & Nash, CPR and The Byrds.
Dangerous Night will be released in January, 2014.