felser Posted January 21 Report Share Posted January 21 2 hours ago, porcy62 said: If I could only remember my name is THE rock record of my youth, I still think is the best record of the so-called west coast sound after 45 years. Maybe there are more important records from an historical perspective, but none of them are so enjoyable like IICORMN. edit: and probably one of the best sounding records of the period. And amazingly, it got critically shredded when it came out. I always liked it, and time has caused a serious re-evaluation of it. Now recognized as the classic it always was. 1 minute ago, felser said: And amazingly, it got critically shredded when it came out. I always liked it, and time has caused a serious re-evaluation of it. Now recognized as the classic it always was. For instance, Robert Christgau: David Crosby: If I Could Only Remember My Name [Atlantic, 1971] This disgraceful performance inspires the first Consumer Guide Competition. The test: Rename David Crosby (he won't know the difference). The prize: One Byrds LP of your choice (he ought to know the difference). The catch: You have to beat my entries. Which are: Rocky Muzak, Roger Crosby, Vaughan Monroe. D- Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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