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  • Summary: The sixth full-length solo studio release for the singer-songwriter also known as founding members of The Byrds and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young was produced by his son, James Raymond.
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The dream fades and I'm lying awake Before I open my eyes, trying to picture where I'll be Uncharted sea, am I close to the breakers It's time to get... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Oct 12, 2017
    It’s a pleasure to report that he’s come up with something much more tangible than a mere phoned-in hash of former glories.
  2. Q Magazine
    Oct 2, 2017
    The broader palette suits him. [Nov 2017, p.107]
  3. 80
    Unlike the mostly acoustic-led Lighthouse, Sky Trails finds him in full band mode, engaging in a nuanced blend of folk, soul and jazz that echoes vintage triumphs like Guinnevere and Déjà Vu.
  4. 70
    These songs, masterfully written and delivered with obvious passion from one of America’s most veteran and idiosyncratic composers, show that Crosby is perhaps getting better with age and seems confident in his abilities as a singer and songwriter still willing to take chances.
  5. Oct 9, 2017
    This is the kind of record that most aging rockers (and a considerable amount of much younger rockers) would love to have made.
  6. Uncut
    Sep 28, 2017
    At times the production is overly slick, but Sky Trails is a strong, sinuous piece of work. [Nov 2017, p.37]
  7. Oct 27, 2017
    At 76, Crosby sounds more than comfortable alongside his producer/co-writer son James Raymond and a trio of sympathetic studio musicians who evoke Mitchell's singular sound with echoes of Wayne Shorter from saxophonist Steve Tavaglione and Jaco Pastorius from fretless bassist Mai Agan.

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