Out Now: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: ‘Déjà Vu’ 50th Anniversary Edition (Listen)


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To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Déjà Vu, the legendary album from Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young was originally released in March of 1970, Rhino Records has released an exhaustively detailed and rich new Deluxe Edition — and it’s available today, May 14, as a thorough trip through the CSNY vaults.

This revisiting of one of the most important albums of CSNY’s vaunted career is packaged as a 4-CD/1-LP set, as well as “hours of rare and unreleased studio recordings that provide incredible insight into the making of the record.”

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More on the 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition, per a news release:

On the new anniversary edition, the album’s original 10 tracks are joined by 38 more to add nearly two-and-a-half hours of music that includes demos, outtakes, and alternate takes – most of which are previously unreleased. Among them is “Know You Got To Run,” the first song the quartet recorded during its first session on July 15 at the house Stills was renting from Peter Tork in Studio City.

Other unreleased highlights include the demo for Crosby’s “Almost Cut My Hair”; Stills’ outtake for “Bluebird Revisited”; and Young’s alternate version of “Helpless” featuring harmonica. Also making its debut on the set is a delightful version of “Our House” that features Nash singing with the song’s inspiration, Joni Mitchell.

Listen to the 50th anniversary edition of Déjà Vu below.


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