David Crosby has released his long awaited fourth solo album, the appropriately titled “Croz.” There is enough familiarity generously spread throughout this album to appeal towards dedicated listeners of David Crosby’s earlier efforts, however it also shows the musician moving in several new directions while implementing some modern elements into his signature sound. The album begins with “What’s Broken,” a quiet rocker which boldly highlights Crosby’s still dynamic vocal range. On this track he provides his own vocal harmonies, and while they don’t exactly rival those found throughout his work with Stephen Stills and Graham Nash, they do a formidable job at bringing the listener back into a similar mindset. “Time I Have” is comprised of delicate synthesizer playing, the occasional acoustic strumming and native percussion work. “Radio” is a piano driven power ballad which shows Crosby’s vocals at his best, whereas “Dangerous Night” is dangerously close to what passes for a decent mainstream pop song, but still remains in tradition Crosby territory.