Thousand Roads

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Thousand Roads
David Crosby Thousand Roads.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedMay 4, 1993
Genre Rock
Label Atlantic
Producer Phil Collins, Don Was, Dean Parks, David Crosby, Glyn Johns, Stephen Barncard, Phil Ramone
David Crosby chronology
Oh Yes I Can
Thousand Roads
It's All Coming Back to Me Now...
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Robert Christgau C– [2]

Thousand Roads is the third solo studio album by the rock artist David Crosby, a founding member of Crosby, Stills, and Nash. It was released in 1993 on Atlantic Records.


Track listing

1."Hero" (featuring Phil Collins)Phil Collins, David Crosby4:39
2."Too Young to Die" Jimmy Webb 5:45
3."Old Soldier" Marc Cohn 4:58
4."Through Your Hands" John Hiatt 4:33
5."Yvette in English" Joni Mitchell, David Crosby5:53
6."Thousand Roads"David Crosby4:31
7."Columbus"Noel Brazil4:26
8."Helpless Heart" Paul Brady 4:18
9."Coverage" Bonnie Hayes 3:22
10."Natalie" Stephen Bishop 4:55


"Fare Thee Well""Hero" Emily Saliers


Strings on "Helpless Heart"


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  1. William Ruhlmann (1993-05-04). "Thousand Roads - David Crosby | Songs, Reviews, Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 2015-12-21.
  2. Christgau, Robert (November 23, 1993). "Turkey Shoot". The Village Voice . New York. Retrieved July 5, 2013.