David Crosby's long time gone

Browne, David
March 1996
Entertainment Weekly;3/29/96, Issue 320, p78
Describes David Crosby's struggles with drugs and the law in the 1980s. His arrests and imprisonment; His escape from a New Jersey rehabilitation center; The effect of his drug use on his health and well-being; How his decline became a symbol of the death of the 1960s archetype and a marker by which pundits could discredit the cultural changes wrought by the 1960s.


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