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The trio CPR includes legendary rock figure David Crosby, his touring guitarist Jeff Pevar, and his natural son, James Raymond on keyboards. Raymond, who grew up with adoptive parents and never knew the name of his real father until 1992, nevertheless studied music at California State University, San Bernardino and pursued a career in music. In 1994, Raymond finally arranged a meeting with Crosby; when the two gelled after talking for just a few minutes, they began writing music together as well. Crosby decided to hire his son as a keyboard player for a 1996 tour, playing Byrds favorites like "Eight Miles High" along with a new Crosby-Raymond composition, "Morrison." Crosby, Pevar and Raymond recorded CPR for a 1998 release on Samson Records; Live at Wiltern followed a year later; Just Like Gravity appeared in June 2001.

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