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Wednesday, March 17, 2021

DETAILS: 'Deja Vu' 50th Anniversary Reissue w/ 38 Bonus Tracks - Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young + "Birds" Demo

 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Déjà vu - 50TH Anniversary Deluxe D2C Edition
 via Rhino Records

Details have finally emerged on the long anticipated -- but delayed -- 50th Anniversary reissue of Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young's 1970 album 'Deja Vu'
Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young
w/ Dallas Taylor & Greg Reeves - Aug. 1969
photo by Henry-Diltz
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CSNY’s 1970  'Deja Vu' --  via Rhino Records -- will be available on May 14 as a deluxe version  featuring hours of outtakes, alternate versions, and demos. Presented in a 12 x 12 hardcover book, the collection comes illustrated with rarely seen photos from the era and annotated by writer/filmmaker Cameron Crowe, whose revealing liner notes recount the making of the album through stories told by the people who were there, including David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, and Neil Young. 

Produced by photographer-archivist Joel Bernstein and Rhino’s Patrick Milligan, with each band member voting for their respective songs, yielding 38 bonus tracks in addition to the original album.

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Déjà vu - 50TH Anniversary Deluxe D2C Edition

Bundle Includes:

Includes: 1LP, 4CDs, 5LPs and a 12x12 Hardcover Book
Price USD $249.98 ($99.98 retail version details below)
Below is a demo for "Birds" by Neil Young featuring Graham Nash was originally recorded during the sessions for Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young's seminal album Deja Vu.




From interview with Graham Nash on Crosby, Stills, and Nash Detail 'Deja Vu' 50th Anniversary Reissue | Rolling Stone by Angie Martoccio:

Neil Young originally contributed several bonus tracks but ultimately removed them, leaving “Birds” and a stunning “Helpless” on harmonica. 

Graham Nash: “We found out during the Déjà Vu record just who Neil was and just how strong an individual personality he has."

“And to this day, Neil does what he wants to do. We have to respect each member’s desires, and his desire was to not put on two or three of his songs.”

Déjà Vu: 50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition Four-CD/One-LP Track Listing

Disc One: Original Album

  1. “Carry On”
  2. “Teach Your Children”
  3. “Almost Cut My Hair”
  4. “Helpless”
  5. “Woodstock”
  6. “Déjà Vu”
  7. “Our House”
  8. “4 + 20”
  9. “Country Girl”
  10. “Whiskey Boot Hill”
  11. “Down, Down, Down”
  12. “Country Girl” (I Think You’re Pretty)
  13. “Everybody I Love You”

Disc Two: Demos

  1. “Our House” – Graham Nash *
  2. “4 + 20” – Stephen Stills *
  3. “Song With No Words (Tree With No Leaves)” – David Crosby & Graham Nash
  4. “Birds” – Neil Young & Graham Nash *
  5. “So Begins the Task/Hold On Tight” – Stephen Stills *
  6. “Right Between The Eyes” – Graham Nash
  7. “Almost Cut My Hair” – David Crosby *
  8. “Teach Your Children” – Graham Nash & David Crosby
  9. “How Have You Been” – Crosby, Stills & Nash
  10. “Triad” – David Crosby
  11. “Horses Through a Rainstorm” – Graham Nash
  12. “Know You Got to Run” – Stephen Stills *
  13. “Question Why” – Graham Nash *
  14. “Laughing” – David Crosby *
  15. “She Can’t Handle It” – Stephen Stills *
  16. “Sleep Song” – Graham Nash
  17. “Déjà Vu” – David Crosby & Graham Nash *
  18. “Our House” – Graham Nash & Joni Mitchell *

Disc Three: Outtakes

  1. “Everyday We Live” *
  2. “The Lee Shore” – 1969 Vocal *
  3. “I’ll Be There” *
  4. “Bluebird Revisited” *
  5. “Horses Through a Rainstorm”
  6. “30 Dollar Fine” *
  7. “Ivory Tower” *
  8. “Same Old Song” *
  9. “Hold On Tight/Change Partners” *
  10. “Laughing” *
  11. “Right On Rock ’n’ Roll” *

Disc Four: Alternates

  1. “Carry On” – Early Alternate Mix *
  2. “Teach Your Children” – Early Version *
  3. “Almost Cut My Hair” – Early Version *
  4. “Helpless” – Harmonica Version
  5. “Woodstock” – Alternate Vocals *
  6. “Déjà Vu” – Early Alternate Mix *
  7. “Our House” – Early Version *
  8. “4 + 20” – Alternate Take 2 *
  9. “Know You Got To Run” *

* previously unissued

(1 LP/4 CD boxed set @ $99.98)
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At 3/17/2021 05:24:00 PM, Blogger Abner Snopes said...

Neil had so much material but only one demo for CSNY. Interesting.

At 3/17/2021 05:59:00 PM, Blogger thrasher said...

right Abner.

See Graham quote above on Neil being Neil. Apparently NY held back tracks to save for NYA.

This may be the real reason behind the delay of issuing 50th Anniversary edition on actually the 51st anniversary. maybe not ...

At 3/17/2021 06:16:00 PM, Blogger Thomas said...

There’s a much cheaper 1LP/4CD version too with the same track list:

At 3/17/2021 07:01:00 PM, Blogger Dan Swan said...

The $250.00 Edition is only available through the Rhino website store.

I think I’ll settle for the 1Lp & 4 CD’s. As much as I love vinyl, I think I’ll be just fine with all the bonus tracks on CD.

Peace 🙏

At 3/18/2021 06:53:00 AM, Blogger Andy Walters said...

Great release, but with all the previous box sets and archives why has this been held back ??

At 3/18/2021 07:13:00 AM, Blogger Jonathan said...

can't say I am that interested in this except the Neil demos...

but I will say that 'The Lee Shore' is a brilliant Crosby song...I really love that track on 4 Way Street

At 3/18/2021 10:51:00 AM, Blogger Abner Snopes said...

Call me "Captain Obvious," as I went past the Nash comments and went straight for the track list.

At 3/18/2021 03:50:00 PM, Blogger Tom said...

Bummer that Neil held back on three songs. We don’t expect him to be a team player but come on - context!

At 3/18/2021 04:10:00 PM, Blogger Alan said...

I’m glad he squirreled them away for NYA. Now I don’t need the reissue other than NYA.

At 3/18/2021 04:44:00 PM, Blogger Abner Snopes said...

Tom, I am always interested in just how much Neil seems to be a "team-player." He is very generous to other artists. On the other hand, there has always been this with CSN and I am sure I am missing other episodes. Perhaps it had something to do with when they were establishing themselves in such a dramatic way- the stakes were high. And Neil was clearly moving far beyond any of them and quickly. He had to do what he had to do, this cliche fits pretty well for 1970. Just think of the cascade to follow, I bet he could feel it coming.

At 3/18/2021 05:20:00 PM, Blogger thrasher said...

@ Alan - well, not sure we agree here.
From a NY fan perspective, sure, maybe.

But from a CSNY perspective, you can almost hear Graham's bitterness.

We did hear from some asking why Neil would hold back and its perceived as being selfish.

Like with everything, we simply do not know the details, so we can't judge.

WWED? (What would Elliot do?)

At 3/18/2021 06:09:00 PM, Blogger Dan Swan said...

From someone who absolutely loves this album, the Demos, Outtakes, and Alternate versions look amazing to me. Lest we forget that Crosby, Stills, and Nash were at their peak at this particular point in their recording careers, so I’m really looking forward to hearing all this unreleased material. Neil is free to decide what songs should go where and when, and I will enjoy this anniversary edition for what Graham was able to acquire. He did a beautiful job with the three solo box sets and the CSN&Y tour box as well, so I’m expecting this anniversary edition will be filled with gold. I’m still tempted to get the 5Lp set, but it is uncomfortably expensive @ $250.00 + tax and shipping. I know that it comes in a big box with a hardcover book, but I’m mostly interested in just the music more than anything else, so that makes it $50 + a record????? Yikes!!!!

The version of Birds with Graham Nash is really beautiful.

Peace 🙏

At 3/18/2021 08:34:00 PM, Blogger Thomas said...

I agree Dan - I’m more interested in this for “the other guys’” material - who were definitely all peaking at this stage - especially Stills and Crosby
Neil is putting out so much at the moment that I’m not too concerned
We’ll get those extra tracks one day if they’re worth hearing

There’s whispers of further CSNY live archival material to come too....

At 3/19/2021 02:24:00 AM, Blogger Alan said...

To me Ohio is the most important Rock Protest song ever. Followed by Southern Man and Alabama. Neil Young was nailing it with these songs. Ohio to me eclipses all other CSN songs. Dylan’s protest singer accomplishments are in a different category of folk and I love those too. CSNY is NOT in the same realm or galaxy as the Beatles. Sorry. There is no accounting for taste. Alan in Seattle

At 3/19/2021 07:07:00 AM, Blogger Harm said...

Realistically, Neil only had about two more songs, a studio version of Sea of Madness and Everybody's Alone, which he could have included on his own Archives Vol. I but didn't think they were good enough. He probably maintains the same point of view today. After all, this is the same guy that though Barefoot Floors wasn't good enough for NYA Vol. II. And to be honest, Young as late to the party with regards to Déjà Vu, I think he only played on 5 songs anyway, so it makes sense that he doesn't have a lot of stuff to contribute in terms of outtakes. Having said that, that Birds is awesome!

I am however, rather disappointed that there is no CD only version. I already voiced my complaint to Rhino and encourage others that feel the same to do so as well. Maybe they'll reconsider. I don't play records, nor do I own a turntable (that works) and I wont spend 100 dollars (or the Euro equivalent) just to get to the 3 bonus CDs. So it'll be streaming on Spotify or NYA for me.

At 3/19/2021 07:50:00 AM, Blogger Jim said...

Just a few weeks before the studio version of "Country Girl" was recorded in the studio Neil Young played the song solo acoustic three times at the Canterbury House in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Wisely Canterbury House would book acts for right now and then a year later for three to six shows.

A very nervous Neil Young in the first year of being a solo artist, after leaving he Springfield for good in June, made an appearance at the Canterbury House in 1968 for the first time. From those shows "Sugar Mountain" was recorded and much later a CD of many of the songs he played there live. Elliott Roberts had been to the Canterbury House in 1967 with Joni Mitchell and clearly liked the vibe, everybody did!

Sure wish some of that "second" Canterbury House recordings would come out. Clearly, they have been mixed and many introductions to songs are already on NYA including the very interesting introduction to how "Country Girl" was written on the card under "video."

Remember in one article written back then that after a tour he was going to return to mix a live recording of the Buffalo Springfield. Just as I don't believe the Spanish burned all the Mayan writings I also think the are sitting on live Buffalo Springfield tapes that will be "found" in the archives like "Rust Bucket."

Cool article from the Canterbury House era...

At 3/19/2021 08:22:00 AM, Blogger Alan said...

To me Ohio is the most important Rock Protest song ever. Followed by Southern Man and Alabama. Neil Young was nailing it with these songs. Ohio to me eclipses all other CSN songs. Dylan’s protest singer accomplishments are in a different category of folk and I love those too. CSNY is NOT in the same realm or galaxy as the Beatles. Sorry. There is no accounting for taste. Alan in Seattle

At 3/19/2021 08:49:00 AM, Blogger Art Carey said...

Neil not contributing bonus tracks is a huge disappointment. I doubt that he's forgotten that his solo material didn't sell until CSN brought him into their group and raised his profile a million per cent. Revisionists may say that Neil made CSNY a big deal -- and it's true that he was a very very important element -- but compare the sales of the first CSN album and the first NY solo album. He should be grateful.

At 3/19/2021 10:47:00 AM, Blogger Dan Swan said...

@ Alan: I agree with you on Ohio being the most important protest song (in rock or any other genre for that matter). I’ve heard him play it live several times over the years and I always get goosebumps. This phenomenon repeats itself even at home listening to a record or CD. I was alive when those students were killed at Kent State, so perhaps that’s why this song resonates within me so deeply.

Even Neil will agree with your assessment of Dylan, who basically transformed protests songs forever. Dylan is the master. He opened the door for Neil and many others to confront social issues in song. Placing CSNY in context with The Beatles is simply ludicrous, as The Beatles are their own musical genre. Comparing any artist with them is nonsensical at best. There are an endless number of musical genres, and then there’s The Beatles. When asked about his admiration for The Beatles producer Rick Rubin was quoted saying “ It’s much bigger than four kids from Liverpool. For me the Beatles are proof of the existence of God. It’s so good and so far beyond everyone else that it’s not them”.

Peace 🙏

At 3/19/2021 01:58:00 PM, Blogger Nobody knows... said...

@Alan and @Dan.
I am a huge NY's fan since 1970 and Ohio is a very powerful song, like Southern Man and Alabama. Yet I do agree with Dan that Bob Dylan is the master.
As the Beatles are mentioned in the thread, I would thus say that great protest songs were written and sung by John Lennon, with a more important impact in my view (sorry, I'm European :-))
In this respect, I would mention Happy Xmas (War is over) and Sunday Bloody Sunday (The Lennon's version), which each is strong. The first one is even more powerful. But Lennon was not The Beatles, was he?

At 3/19/2021 02:38:00 PM, Blogger Abner Snopes said...

Here we are again, making the judgments about "more important," "better and worse," and these are judgments that really require support. ("More important" is qualified by "impact.") The judgments are probably inevitable and also made- at least on this thread- without antagonism. I think, however, the key to avoiding any antagonism in the longer run is to spell out why one makes such judgments (even if it only an "opinion": there must be reasons for an opinion). Thrasher also brings up a point that is often plainly overlooked: we don't know all the details and so we cannot judge! In the case of which protest songs are the best, most important, we have to know more than facts, we also have to know something about the values embedded in the judgments. I, for one, am starting to back away, really back away, from knowledge claims here without enormous efforts.

At 3/20/2021 10:05:00 AM, Blogger Dan Swan said...

You make a great point Abner. After reading my post I should have qualified my opinion. Ohio is the most important protest song (for me). It does read like a judgment, but it is simply my opinion. I’m sure everyone has their own favorite protest songs and this is one of mine. The reason why is due to the goosebumps phenomenon. You can not fake goosebumps, no matter how hard you try and I get them every single time I hear Ohio. That’s why, for me Ohio is the most important protest song (for me). I should have been more clear on this, so thank you.

I could easily list 100 songs that give me goosebumps and that seems to be my gage on how important a song is (for me). So by no means do I intend to make judgments on music or anything else, so I appreciate your opinion and will be more carful with my words.

John Lennon’s Imagine is another example of the goosebumps phenomenon, as is his song Jealous Guy. Just two examples of many.

Peace 🙏

At 3/20/2021 12:44:00 PM, Blogger Abner Snopes said...

I hear you Dan. For me no song has ever given me those goosebumps as much as Like a Hurricane. On Friday afternoon, I would place my cheap KLH speakers on the window sill and play the song for our "community" (a rough group of hockey players). And then there would be more people hanging out.

At 3/20/2021 11:22:00 PM, Blogger Alan said...

Dylan is the master of Protest songs, but his are not Rock songs. They are folk. I love them all and they are very powerful. The song Emmett Till is a F’ing nightmare that makes me embarrassed to be a white guy in the US. I am not saying Rock is more important than folk or anything like that. I said the Ohio was the greatest ROCK Protest song ever.

At 3/20/2021 11:25:00 PM, Blogger Alan said...

I said in my post that, to me, Ohio is the greatest ROCK protest song. And I agree that Dylan is the greatest protest song writer. I don’t think any Artist was being judged unfairly. And yet, there is STILL no accounting for taste. But can you name a more powerful ROCK protest song than Ohio or Southern Man? It’s still just opinions. But nobody got stepped on. Peace be upon you. Alan in Seattle

At 3/20/2021 11:33:00 PM, Blogger Alan said...

I said ROCK protest song. It’s ok to agree that Ohio takes the cake. Nobody got hurt here. Dylan is certainly the king of folk Protest songs. To deny it would be ludicrous. And yet, Ohio ROCKS, as does Southern man. It doesn’t mean we are saying some guy’s protest poems are better than Dylan’s. Dylan did write the best protest songs. Neil Rocked harder with Ohio. It is my opinion. It’s also probably an inevitable fact. We don’t need to feel guilty for seeing the truth. Who rocked harder with a protest song? Neil did something amazing with Blowin’ in the Wind. I love it. Ohio rocks harder. If anyone wants to arm wrestle to settle this after Covid, we can negotiate a time and place. I am kidding. I spoke my Truth. There is STILL no accounting for taste. Alan in Seattle

At 3/20/2021 11:34:00 PM, Blogger Alan said...

A net, Like a Hurricane gave you goosebumps for good reason! I once got goosebumps from a show AU saw with Neil /Booker T & the MGs playing Southern Man. It was the real deal. Peace.

At 3/20/2021 11:35:00 PM, Blogger Alan said...

That was supposed to start out as “Abner... Like A Hurricane gave you...”

At 3/21/2021 12:37:00 PM, Blogger Dan Swan said...

@ Alan: I love your passion!!! I can relate, as music is my drug of choice. So much so that I’ve been writing down all my memories of my life and how powerful music has directly impacted my life’s direction. Without my passion for music my whole life would have been different, so I’m grateful for the music that continues to inform and influence how I walk through this world.

Peace 🙏

At 5/31/2021 07:19:00 AM, Blogger David Weinberg said...

Hi everyone, first post here.

Big fan of Neil Young and CSNY. I've been looking at the Deja Vu 50th anniversary release for a while and ready to buy it now.

When I buy these sets, I really don't need multiple copies (i.e., CD, LP, etc.) but I always seek out the liner notes that accompany the release. I see that the Neil Young Store has a hi-res download available $64.98 (great price and hi-res as well!): Does anyone know if that download comes with the liner notes?



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