Out today (May 14th) is Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young's “50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition” of 1970's Déjà Vu. The collection, which was curated by Graham Nash, features four CD's, one LP, including 38 newly released tracks features demos, outtakes, and alternate versions.
Included in the box is a 12-by-12 hardcover book, rare and unseen photos, “as well as annotations by writer-filmmaker Cameron Crowe. Crowe can be heard recounting the making of the LP through first-hand accounts told by people who were present at the time” — including the band.
Déjà Vu was originally released on March 11th, 1970, and served as the followup up to the previous year's watershed Crosby, Stills, & Nash collection. Déjà Vu was the first to feature Stephen Stills' Buffalo Springfield buddy and foil, Neil Young. Young had begun performing with CSN shortly after the debut album was released.