Déjà Vu (album) by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
In total, there are 5 music albums by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young which appear in the greatest album charts and Déjà Vu is ranked as the best.
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Déjà Vu track list
|1.||Carry On||84/100 (43 votes)|
|2.||Teach Your Children||84/100 (43 votes)|
|3.||Almost Cut My Hair||84/100 (39 votes)|
|4.||Helpless||84/100 (46 votes)|
|5.||Woodstock||84/100 (43 votes)|
|6.||Deja Vu||84/100 (31 votes)|
|7.||Our House||82/100 (36 votes)|
|8.||4 + 20||81/100 (26 votes)|
|9.||Country Girl: Whiskey Boot Hill/Down, Down, Down/Country Girl (I Think You're Pretty)||81/100 (23 votes)|
|10.||Everybody I Love You||83/100 (26 votes)|
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I grew up listening to this album from my dad playing it in the car with me and when I got older and starting learning what good music is this album still remained a favorite. Carry On and Woodstock are two of my favorite songs ever. It is tough to beat these three (or four) guys singing in harmony.
Singer-songwriter gold. Helped shift from the end of the 60s into the singer-songwriter and country rock era of the 70s. Neil Young gave the trio extra depth and bite. One of the top albums of the 70s.
This bands best, coincidence that the 'Y' was added? Damn right.
I know that I mentioned this years ago, but this album was the one of the most anticipated albums of all time(right up their with the Band's second album (which was a dissappointment and the White album) since their first album was so big, it was a huge success......came out in Feb 1970, sold 1 million albums in 1 week, as fast as any Beatles album. I loved it...esp the David Crosby songs. Came out at a very critical time in pop music..Beatles just broke up..Jimi Hendrix, Jim morrision, Janis Joplin had just died, Simon and Garfunkel just broke up...people were looking for a group to latch on to...then they broke up...the 60s were officially over.
Fine, layered harmonies atop warm acoustic guitars drenched in thick, rich songwriting. Folk music or not, this is some good stuff. There's also some inflections of southern rock ("almost cut my hair") and country ("teach your children") that inject variety on music that was pretty good by itself. They could've been the first hippies with song titles like "woodstock", "almost cut my hair" and "country girl". "helpless", a down-trodden sing-along, sounds like prime, top-of-his-game neil young. almost all tunes are folk-rock killers. The rapid-fire vocals in "deja vu" sound eerily like yes.
The "folk" album of the list - with that ever so haunting hint (or is it overdose?) of psychedelia at times. This album does not fall in the music style I usually like but a masterpiece can't help but impose itself.
Listening to 'Carry On' has made me really want to get this album!
Not sure what the best track is, but it's a nice, enjoying, album. Nothing amazing though, I'd rather just listen to a Neil Young album, or a David Crosby.
This is the result of the best from the Hollies, The Byrds and Buffalo Springfield coming together to produce Music together. Some of the greatest Harmony's you will ever hear...right up there with The Beach Boys and The Beatles.
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