“If I Could Only Remember My Name” is the debut solo album by David Crosby, released in February of 1971 on Atlantic Records.
A large grouping of prominent musicians from the era appear on the record, including Nash, Young, Joni Mitchell, and members of the Grateful Dead, Jefferson Airplane, & Santana. This ad-hoc ensemble was given the moniker of “The Great Planet Earth Rock and Roll Orchestra” by Paul Kantner. The album also features the only recorded appearance of David Crosby’s reclusive brother, Ethan Crosby.
Re-Issue. LP. Atlantic SD 7203. VG*****