Disc One (76:12)

  1. Eight Miles High
  2. Renaissance Fair
  3. Everybody's Been Burned
  4. Wooden Ships
  5. Guinnevere
  6. Long Time Gone
  7. Déjà Vu
  8. Almost Cut My Hair
  9. Tamalpais High (At About 3)
  10. Laughing
  11. Music Is Love
  12. Song with No Words (Tree with No Leaves)
  13. What Are Their Names?
  14. I'd Swear There Was Somebody Here
  15. Where Will I Be ?
  16. Page 43
  17. Critical Mass
  18. Carry Me
  19. Bittersweet
  20. Naked in the Rain
  21. Dancer

Disc Two (74:20)

  1. Shadow Captain
  2. In My Dreams
  3. Delta
  4. Compass
  5. Tracks in the Dust
  6. Arrows
  7. Hero
  8. Yvette in English
  9. Rusty and Blue
  10. Somehow She Knew
  11. Breathless
  12. Map to Buried Treasure
  13. At the Edge
  14. Through Here Quite Often
  15. My Country 'Tis of Thee

Disc Three (76:28)

  1. Long Time Gone
  2. Guinnevere
  3. Almost Cut My Hair
  4. Games
  5. Déjà Vu
  6. Triad
  7. Cowboy Movie
  8. Kids and Dogs
  9. Have You Seen the Stars Tonight ?
  10. The Lee Shore
  11. Traction in the Rain
  12. King of the Mountain
  13. Homeward Through the Haze
  14. Samurai
  15. Climber
  16. Dream for Him

Label : Atlantic / Rhino

Release Year : 2006

Review (AllMusic) : Rhino has gone all out to release projects to coincide with the publication of David Crosby's autobiography, Since Then. Along with this triple-disc box set, the label is also reissuing Crosby's first solo recording - an album that carries the word "masterpiece" around with it in the 21st century. While that double disc (the original disc with a bonus cut, and a DVD of the album in a superior mix) may carry some real excitement, it's a head-scratching exercise as to who, exactly, will be interested in this box. Rhino has packaged together three CDs in a deluxe foldout package with a 130-page book with a great liner essay by Steve Silberman, and song-by-song annotations by Crosby. Compiled and produced by Joel Bernstein and Graham Nash, Voyage contains two discs of songs from Crosby's various contributing incarnations as a member of the Byrds, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Crosby & Nash, and CPR, and as a solo artist. The work here varies in quality, and merely tells a kind of story that has been told in many ways over the individual releases he appeared on. None of his backing vocal sessions with the Jefferson Airplane, New Riders of the Purple Sage, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, etc., are here. That may be as it should be, but the story would have been fuller and more complete than it is presented here. After all, it is reasonable to assume that anyone interested in the aforementioned acts to any real degree would have this material anyway. And anyone new to those recording artists or to Crosby himself would be ill-disposed to purchasing something this expensive. So it all comes down to disc three, which is a 16-cut set of unreleased demos, alternates, and rehearsals of Crosby, either solo or with CSN, CSNY, or Crosby & Nash, with one exception - an alternate mix of "Have You Seen the Stars Tonight" with the Jefferson Starship under the leadership of Paul Kantner. Here, there are benefits for fans of rough and "unfinished" recordings. The demos of "Long Time Gone" with Crosby and Stephen Stills is compelling, as are the alternate mix of "Guinnevere" and the demo of "Déjà Vu," the latter for its intense showcase of vocal harmony. However, the takes of "Almost Cut My Hair" (acoustic) and "Games" are throwaway ones. "Triad" neither adds nor subtracts from its recorded version; it is merely different. "Cowboy Movie" is a studio take here, over ten minutes in length, that rocks. "Kids and Dogs," the bonus cut on If I Could Only Remember My Name.