It looks as though the 50th anniversary of Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young's Déjà Vu will be commemorated in a major way. During a new chat with The Washington Post, Graham Nash, who serves as the band's chief archivist, revealed, “Déjà Vu comes out in about two months and it will be a five-or six-CD set. It will have a lot of stuff that people have never heard before. We found that the master tapes that we made of Déjà Vu are still fresh.”
Déjà Vu was released on March 11th, 1970 and features such CSNY evergreens as “Our House,” “Teach Your Children,” “Deja Vu,” “Carry On,” “Helpless,” “4+20,” “Woodstock,” “Almost Cut My Hair,” among others.
Déjà Vu spawned two Top 20 singles — “Woodstock,” which just missed the Top 10, hitting Number 11 and “Teach Your Children,” which topped out at Number 16 — due in large part to the quartet and Atlantic Records putting the brakes on the record and pushing band's rush-released “Ohio,” which chronicled the then-recent Kent State shootings.