Sundance 2019: “I want to work with all four of us,” he says at TheWrap studio
Rock legend David Crosby reached out to his estranged bandmates Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Young and stated he’d like to make music with them once more.
“I want to work with all four of us. That’s what I want to do,” the singer stated in January throughout an interview at TheWrap studio following the Sundance premiere of the brand new documentary “David Crosby: Remember My Name.”
“I’ll take more blame than anybody for being a s—head to my friends in that group,” he added.
Asked what he would say to his longtime pal Nash if he had the possibility to talk with him, Crosby, 77, stated: “I’d probably tell him I love him. It’s the highest of the emotions I feel about them. It’s the best I’ve got.”
Crosby, Stills and Nash broke up in 2016 after outdated resentments and contemporary wounds exploded in a last rupture, they usually haven’t spoken since then.
Crosby went on: “If I had a chance to talk to him [Nash] I’d sit down and say: ‘I haven’t changed, I’m the same f—up you started with in the first place. Here I am. I’m trying to be a decent guy. And if you want to make some music, I’d love to.’”
But Crosby went on to say he would like to see CSNY — the band together with Neil Young — play collectively once more. Young has not spoken to Crosby since he discovered of a derogatory comment Crosby made about Daryl Hannah, who Young married final 12 months.
Crosby is in a confessional temper. In “David Crosby: Remember My Name,” a brand new documentary about his life produced by Cameron Crowe and directed by A.J. Eaton, the musician speaks candidly about his regrets, his drug dependancy and the worth paid by associates, fellow musicians and former girlfriends for his previous decisions.
The feedback are all of the extra piercing as a result of the interviews within the movie are accomplished by Crowe, the director who began his profession as a teenage author for Rolling Stone and has recognized Crosby since then.
In his interview at TheWrap studio on the pageant, Crowe stated that Crosby was at a stage of life when he appeared able to be open about his previous.
“One of the things that really touches me in the movie is when Graham says, ‘I talked to him every day for that amount of time,’” Crowe stated. “When he goes to an elemental place it’s not about other things, it’s about — every day he got to talk with you. And that feels like a hole. It’s a palpable thing every time I see the movie.”
Crosby responded: “We were not only good friends but brothers for a long time. That’s real. It’s clear in my head, I haven’t forgotten.”
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