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  1. Deja vu was the 2nd album from Crosby Stills and Nash PLUS new member Neil Young. It is their second classic album and, in my opinion, their last. The themes are very much of their time ("Woodstock", "Almost Cut My Hair", "Everybody I Love You"), but the album still stands up today, and the remastered sound is superb. The hit single "Teach You ...

  2. 11. März 2021 · Deja Vu is brilliant because it is somewhat of a timestamp, an ode, and a farewell to the cultural battle that was, ultimately, lost. The songwriters are coming to grips with this on the record, they know that the dream has died; this information is apparent in a couple of ways. The songs are cynical, bitter, yet beautifully written with harmonies to perfectly transmit this message. The other ...

  3. ROCK · 1970. Preview. The second album from the folk-rock era’s most successful supergroup (with Neil Young the added attraction), Déjà Vu reflects the sounds and sentiments of the times with a collective acumen, despite the group’s fragile ego balance. Graham Nash’s “Teach Your Children” and “Our House” express the idealistic ...

  4. Atlantic LP album SD-7200. This track is from the LP album of the same title, "Deja Vu".Recorded with stereo gear on background photo.

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  5. 11. März 2016 · Frank Mastropolo Published: March 11, 2016. Atlantic. The addition of Neil Young to the Crosby, Stills & Nash supergroup in 1969 created great expectations for the band’s second album, Déjà Vu ...

  6. This 5LP version is only available for purchase on the official CSNY store and Rhino Store, and features the remastered original album and four additional LPs of demos, outtakes, early versions, and alternate versions of songs recorded during the Déjà vu sessions. The first run of the D2C only 5LP edition of Déjà vu is limited to 3,500 copies.

  7. www.rollingstone.com › music › music-album-reviewsDeja Vu - Rolling Stone

    David Crosby ‘s “Deja Vu” has little or no tune and fails totally to capture the eerie feeling that accompanies a real deja vu experience. “Our House” by Graham Nash is a flyweight ditty ...