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David Crosby - If I Could Only Remember My Name - Original 1971 US Pressed Atlantic label 9-track LP

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ArtistDavid Crosby
TitleIf I Could Only Remember My Name - Original 1971 US Pressed Atlantic label 9-track LP
Price € 50
Genrefolk rock
Record labelAtlantic
Catalogue noSD 7203
Year of release1971
GradingVG++ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG++ (Cover)
Stock listDavid Crosby
Additional infoOriginal 1971 US Pressed Atlantic label 9-track LP - the debut album American singer/songwriter and The Byrds and Crosby, Stills & Nash founding member - labelled '...a one-shot wonder of dreamy but ominous California ambience.' and '... a shambolic masterpiece, meandering but transcendentally so, full of frayed threads.' 'Not only is it among the finest splinter albums out of the CSNY diaspora, it is one of the defining moments of hungover spirituality from the era.'*

Vinyl has the generic green and orange company labels with top boxed and integrated 'A & fan' logo and company name. Labels have lower rim '1841 Broadway Street' company address.

Vinyl has handetched trail off matrix info:
Side 1 : ST-A-712107-A AT W (Artisan Logo)
Side 2: ST-A-712108-A AT W (Artisan Logo)

Vinyl held in an era specific company add inner sleeve - ultimately in a sturdy textured gatefold cover with top right black printed golden circular 'Gold Record Award' sticker.

Condition : VG++ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG++ (Cover):
Both record and cover are in extremely close to mint condition - labels are plain mint. Barely any imperfections - close to 'as new' condition.


Side 1:
1. Music Is Love (David Crosby, Graham Nash, Neil Young) 3:16
2. Cowboy Movie 8:02
3. Tamalpais High (At About 3) 3:28
4. Laughing 5:20

Side 2:
1. What Are Their Names (David Crosby, Jerry Garcia, Michael Shrieve, Neil Young, Phil Lesh) 4:09
2. Traction In The Rain 3:40
3. Song With No Words (Tree With No Leaves) 5:53
4. Orleans (Traditional) 1:56
5. I'd Swear There Was Somebody Here 1:19

All tracks composed by David Crosby except where noted.

Recorded 1970?1971 at Wally Heiders, 245 Hyde Street, San Francisco, CA 94102.
Mastered at Atlantic Records Mastering Studio and at Artisan Sound Recorders, Burbank Blvd.
North Hollywood, Ca.
Pressed by Presswell Records Manufacturing Company, hitehorse Pike & Ehrke Rd.
Ancora (Winslow TWP), NJ, USA

David Crosby - vocals, guitars
Graham Nash - guitar, vocal (on "Music Is Love"); vocals (on "Tamalpais High", "Laughing", "What Are Their Names", "Traction in the Rain" and "Song with No Words")
Jerry Garcia - electric guitar (on "Cowboy Movie", "Tamalpais High", "What Are Their Names" and "Song with No Words"); pedal steel guitar (on "Laughing"); guitars (on "Kids and Dogs"); vocal (on "What Are Their Names")
Neil Young ? guitars, vocals (on "Music Is Love" and "What Are Their Names"); bass, vibraphone, congas (on "Music Is Love")
Jorma Kaukonen - electric guitar (on "Tamalpais High" and "Song with No Words")
Laura Allan - autoharp, vocal (on "Traction in the Rain")
Gregg Rolie - piano (on "Song with No Words")
Phil Lesh - bass (on "Cowboy Movie", "Tamalpais High", "Laughing" and "What Are Their Names"); vocal (on "What Are Their Names?")
Jack Casady - bass (on "Song with No Words")
Bill Kreutzmann - drums (on "Tamalpais High" and "Laughing"); tambourine (on "Cowboy Movie")
Michael Shrieve - drums (on "What Are Their Names" and "Song with No Words")
Mickey Hart - drums (on "Cowboy Movie")
Joni Mitchell - vocals (on "Laughing" and "What Are Their Names")
David Freiberg, Paul Kantner, Grace Slick - vocals (on "What Are Their Names")

Technical Credits:
David Crosby - Production
Stephen Barncard, Ellen Burke - assistant engineer
Henry Lewy - Additional Engineering (Music Is Love)
Elliot Roberts, Ronald Stone - management
David Geffen - direction

Henry Diltz - Photography, Inner spread Photographs
Gary Burden - art direction, Back Cover Photography
Robert Hammer - Front Cover (16 MM Movie Frame)]
Joel Bernstein, Henry Diltz, Graham Nash, Herb Greene, Ronald Stone, Salli Sasche - Inner spread Photographs

*AllMusic Review by Stanton Swihart