10 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A milestone record of the folk-rock movement, CSN’s second album together (and their first with Y) was a virtual how-to for flower children entering adulthood in the ‘70s. It offers sweetly harmonized instruction on how to embrace domesticity (“Our House”), raise kids (“Teach Your Children”), and steer clear of trouble without selling out (“Almost Cut My Hair”). But Déjà Vu’s great power is its enigmatic familiarity, which carries Aquarian Age ideals into a new era (“Woodstock,” “Carry On”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

A milestone record of the folk-rock movement, CSN’s second album together (and their first with Y) was a virtual how-to for flower children entering adulthood in the ‘70s. It offers sweetly harmonized instruction on how to embrace domesticity (“Our House”), raise kids (“Teach Your Children”), and steer clear of trouble without selling out (“Almost Cut My Hair”). But Déjà Vu’s great power is its enigmatic familiarity, which carries Aquarian Age ideals into a new era (“Woodstock,” “Carry On”).

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