On Twitter, the co-founding member of Byrds & Crosby David Crosby reacted to a fan’s tweet suggesting he, David Gilmour, and David Bowie would have made a horrible album and asserted he and David Gilmour could have done an amazing album easily.

As you might know, the 79-year-old rock musician David Crosby often takes his Twitter account to answer the most wondered questions about himself and his music as well as revealing his personal opinions on social and political matters.

Recently, a Twitter user named Brian Carpenter posted the photo of David Gilmour, David Bowie, and David Crosby posing together and stated it was really cool to have three Davids in the same picture.

Another Twitter user commented on the photo by suggesting if David Gilmour, David Bowie, and David Crosby made an album together, it would have been a terrible one considering the difference in their music styles.

Here’s the comment by the Twitter user nicknamed Spock’s Marshmellon:

“Too bad the three of them together would have made a horrible album. Stylistically too dissimilar.

As a response, David Crosby shared a tweet claiming the comment about the imaginary album he, David Gilmour, and David Bowie made wouldn’t have been a horrible one. Moreover, Crosby claimed that he and David Gilmour could record an album easily and it could have been a great one.

Here’s how David Crosby reacted to the claims about the stylistic difference between him and David Gilmour:

Hmmm, no… Gilmour and I could do it easily.

You can see the tweet David Crosby posted on his official Twitter account below.