Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Dallas Taylor & Greg Reeves - Déjà Vu mp3 flac
Deja Vu. Jew's Harp – John SebastianWritten-By – David Crosby. Written-By – Graham Nash. Britain Group only shown as ‘Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’ ℗ 1970 Under licence from Atlantic Recording Corpn.
Déjà Vu is the second album by trio Crosby, Stills & Nash, and their first as a quartet with Neil Young. It was released in March 1970 by Atlantic Records, catalogue SD 7200. It topped the pop album chart for one week and generated three Top 40 singles: "Woodstock", "Teach Your Children", and "Our House". It was re-released in 1977 as SD-19188 and the cover was changed from black to brown.
David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash set the bar high with their 1969 debut, Crosby, Stills & Nash, a deft mix of folk and rock that featured intricate three-part harmonies. Nash said the first album's success made the addition of a fourth member a necessary evil. When we finished the first record, we realized two things: One, that we had a big hit on our hands, because everybody was just wiped on the floor with it, and two, that we would have to go on the road, Nash told Music Radar. Listen to Crosby Stills Nash and Young Perform 'Déjà Vu'. I was at the worst place I’d been in my whole life. I would walk into the sessions and break down crying.
Déjà vu", studio album by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young . Déjà vu" was greatly anticipated after the popularity of the first CSN album and the addition of Young to the group. Stills estimates that the album took around 800 hours of studio time to record; this figure may be exaggerated, even though the individual tracks display meticulous attention to detail. The songs, except for "Woodstock", were recorded as individual sessions by each member, with each contributing whatever was needed that could be agreed upon.
In CSN's first album, Stephen Stills had firmly planted himself as the leader of the group. He was the lead producer of all their songs, and he commonly stayed up all night in the studio perfecting them. They had just performed at Woodstock in August of 1969, and they were heading towards their next album. After recruiting bassist Greg Reeves, Stephen Stills tried to get his former bandmate of Buffalo Springfield, Neil Young to join. Young reluctantly agreed even though he was working.
Déjà Vu is the second album by Crosby, Stills & Nash, and their first in the quartet configuration of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. It was released in March of 1970 by Atlantic Records, catalogue SD-7200. It was rereleased in 1977 as SD-19188 and the cover was changed from black to brown. In 2003, the album was ranked on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time
Friday, 14 March 2014. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Déja Vu (Classic Album US 1970).
On that album, Stephen Stills played the bulk of the instruments with drummer Dallas Taylor being the only player outside the core trio. At the urging of Atlantc Records founder Ahmet Ertegün, Young was brought on as a fourth member, reuniting him with Stills, his Buffalo Springfield bandmate. This updated group then embarked on their initial tour in the summer of 1969. Through late 1969, great anticipation was building for another album by the group.
Tracklist Hide Credits
Written-By – Stephen Stills
|A2||Teach Your Children
Steel Guitar – Jerry GarciaWritten-By – Graham Nash
|A3||Almost Cut My Hair
Written-By – David Crosby
Written-By – Neil Young
Written-By – Joni Mitchell
Jew's Harp [Mouth Harp] – John SebastianWritten-By – David Crosby
Written-By – Graham Nash
Written-By – Stephen Stills
Written-By – Neil Young
|B4a||Whiskey Boot Hill|
|B4b||Down, Down, Down|
|B4c||"Country Girl" (I Think You're Pretty)|
|B5||Everybody I Love You
Written-By – Neil Young, Stephen Stills
- Made By – Dischi Ricordi S.p.A.
- Distributed By – Dischi Ricordi S.p.A.
- Published By – Gold Hill Music
- Published By – Giving Room Music
- Published By – Guerilla Music
- Published By – Siquomb Music
- Published By – Ten East Music
- Published By – Broken Arrow Music
- Published By – Cotillion Music
- Recorded At – Wally Heider Recording Studio, Los Angeles
- Art Direction, Design – Gary Burden
- Bass – Gregory Reeves*
- Creative Director [Direction] – Elliot Roberts & Associates
- Engineer – Bill Halverson
- Management [Agent & Friend] – David Geffen
- Percussion – Dallas Taylor
- Photography By [Cover] – Tom Gundelfinger
- Photography By [Inside * 2 In Lower Right Corner] – Sally Sachs*
- Photography By [Inside] – Henry Diltz
- Producer – David Crosby, Graham Nash, Neil Young, Stephen Stills
NotesMade in Italy
Gold imprinted on a black gatefold cover.
"Old Time" looking photograph of the band on front cover.
Jerry Garcia & John Sebastian: Courtesy of Warner Brothers.
Recorded at: Wally Heiders Studio III, L.A.
Gold Hill Music - Tracks A1, B3, B5
Giving Room Music - Tracks A2, B2
Guerilla Music - Tracks A3, B1
Siquomb Music - Track A5
Ten-East - Tracks B4a, B4b
Broken Arrow-Cotillion - Tracks A4, B4a, B4b, B4c, B5
All Selections BMI
1st catalog number as printed on cover.
2nd catalog number as printed on center labels.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A, in brackets): SD 7200-1
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B, in brackets): SD 7200-2
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, etched): SD 7200 1 17.12.70
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, etched): SD 7200 2 SD 7200 2
- Rights Society: BMI
|SD 7200||Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young||Déjà Vu (LP, Album, PR )||Atlantic||SD 7200||US||1970|
|SD 7200, SD-7200||Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young||Déjà Vu (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Atlantic, Atlantic||SD 7200, SD-7200||Canada||Unknown|
|SD-7200||Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young||Deja Vu (LP, Album)||Atlantic||SD-7200||US||1970|
|P-8036A||Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young||Déjà Vu (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Atlantic||P-8036A||Japan||1972|
|50 001||Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young||Déjà Vu (LP, Album, M/Print, RE, Gat)||Atlantic||50 001||UK||1972|