David Crosby has announced a remake of his debut solo album If I Could Only Remember My Name for the 50th anniversary. It will be out on October 15th with more than a dozen previously unreleased demos and alternative takes. Listen to “Riff 1” below, one of those demos.

Earlier this year, Crosby announced that he had sold his entire music catalog to Irving Azoff’s Iconic Artists Group, citing financial difficulties due to his inability to tour in 2020. In July he released his latest album For Free. The album included a guest appearance by Michael McDonald on “River Rise” and the Donald Fagen collaboration “Rodriguez for a Night”.

Read Pitchfork’s Sunday review of If Only I Could Remember My Name.