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Csny/Déjà Vu Live (Itunes Exclusive)

19 Jun. 2013 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 22 July 2008
  • Release Date: 19 Jun. 2013
  • Label: Reprise
  • Copyright: 2008 Reprise Records for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the U.S.; Motion Picture Artwork and Photography C2008 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.
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  • Total Length: 1:19:18
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  • ASIN: B00DI5MJDU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 30,474 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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49 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Bodhi Heeren TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 4 Aug. 2008
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Ever since this legendary band reformed in 1999 it has very much been with Neil Young at the steering wheel. He has chosen the backing bands and he has vetoed any official releases from their prevoius, highly succesful tours, in 2000 and '02.

This isn't a proper livealbum either, but the soundtrack to his film about the band's "Freedom Of Speech" tour in '06, promoting Neil's "Living With War" album.

Where the tour was a mix of new and old songs, and the 30+ songlist somewhat equally shared between the four great songwriters, here it's all Neil, with 9 out of 16 songs being from "Living..", while the other three have to share the remaining 7. That Neil is by far the most succesful through the years, commercially and mediawise, hardly justify such a malproportion. And although I can wholeheratedly agree with Neil's poignant lyrics about War, Iraq and Mr. Bush, the musical qualities of his new tunes are more dubious.

The highlights of the CD is undoubtly the fine versions of the classics "Deja Vu" and "Wooden Ships", where it sounds like a band and where we get some of the famous twin leadguitar interplay between Neil and Stephen Stills.Whereas CSN is hardly audible through the new Neil songs. It's also on the classic tracks that the impeccable backing musicians really gel, not least the fine bassplayer Rick Rosas and drummer Chad Cromwell.

As evidenced by their recent collaborations with David Gilmour ("Island" and the live-DVD) David Crosby and Graham Nash are in topform vocally, whereas Stephen isn't, he doesn't even sing on his own "Find The Cost Of Freedom", but plays some fine guitar - when he's allowed to step out that is.

But else it's all Neil, and he's certainly in great form through out.

A fine release by one of the all-time greatest bands, though I personally would have preferred a whole show.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By P. Clack on 3 Oct. 2008
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I'm a little surprised by some of the negative reviews of tis soundtrack to the movie album.Sure its a lot different to Neil's excellent Heart Of Gold movie,but to say its irrelevant is not too fair.Neils none too happy about the current situation he finds his adopted country in,so he expresses it in the best way he knows through his music.This CD recording wise is not as crisp a sound as I would have liked but CSN & Y are still in top form on a tour that would be controversial but many agreed with it.Sharing ones feelings has always come through music,and these guys have never avoided putting them into song.This is a challenging,at times hard album but surely within the film context it will be easier to follow.For all that,sound apart is an album all fans of the band and its individual members fans will buy and keep,and there are some very good songs as well...do give it a listen,its worth it.
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I didn't buy this at the onset as I thought it was just a live version of Neil's 'living with War' album with CSN in attendance. However, it is much more than that, with every member of the team bring some of their best material to the party providing the subject matter fitted in with the theme of the futility, rage, and loss of War, or our collective inability to learn from past mistakes. Hence some rousing renditions of past faves such as 'Teach your Children' and 'Military Madness' from Nash, 'What are their names?' and 'Wooden Ships' from Crosby, and 'For What it's worth' and 'Find the cost of freedom' from Stills. Shows that there's plenty of fighting spirit in the old dogs, although it would appear from recent events much of that anger is turned against fellow members of the band yet again. I doubt we will ever see all 4 on the same stage again, so make the most of this excellent performance captured on DVD and CD. If your a fan, buy with confidence, and if your not.....give it a listen, you may find your prejudices against a bunch of old, rich,(and in some cases bloated) old hippies are misplaced.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 2 Dec. 2008
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I would admit to approaching this album with some trepidation having read some of the other reviews here.."sad".."travesty" etc, but for me the old guys have delivered a good live album in its own right and an essential companion piece to the DVD of the same name.
The sound quality is at best variable and the performances at times very raw [particularly Stills who was not in good health at the time] but this gives the album an immediacy and honesty missing from so many "live" albums, even their own otherwise enjoyable Four Way Street.
Young is of course the driving force of the project but the others get the sleeves rolled up and get stuck in, a good example being the storming version of Nashs Military Madness.
To understand what this album is all about I would strongly recommend viewing the DVD first which is not an in concert film but an objective and at times poignent record of what the "Living With War " tour was trying to acheive.
The only "sad" thing about this album is that some people appear oblivious to the bigger picture.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By P. Evans on 24 Oct. 2008
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This is a great album with moving protest songs.
See the film first to fully dig it.
CSNY are not observers of life,they've got balls.
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There's no warning in the listing here that this is an HDCD (and it's in fairly small type on the packaging) - of four CD players that I've tried this disc works on two, on another it sounds like the speakers are full of gravel, and on the fourth fails to play at all. Check your equipment for compatibility before you buy.
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