Graham Nash Considers Re-Mastering 'Deja Vu' All Over Again
It sounds like Graham Nash is looking ahead to his next project.
Rolling Stone reports that Nash is considering a re-master of the classic CSNY album 'Deja Vu'. Sort of like all over again.
From Rolling Stone by Andy Greene:
"When we made the album we were restricted by the technicalities of how many minutes you can get onto a side of vinyl without having to compress everything. It meant we had to fade everything out."Graham also discusses unreleased concert footage of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young's Fillmore East 1970 shows that were filmed.
"We recently did a mix of one of David's songs that went all the way through from beginning to end," he says. "I thought to myself, 'I'd like to hear 'Carry On' without it fading.' I want it to go all the way to the end when Dallas [Taylor] put his drumsticks down. I want to hear the jam we did at the end of 'Everybody I Love You.' I might talk to the boys about doing the entire Deja Vu without fading any of the songs."
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