Neil Young | Critical Essay by Ellen Sander

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Neil Young … joined Crosby, Stills and Nash just about the time when their first album was completed…. Young has added a dark side to the group's sound, which partially accounts for the dramatic transition of their music from the first to the second album, Déjà Vu…. (pp. 71, 79)

Déjà Vu … varies a great deal in texture as compared with the first album, and there is an undercurrent of conflict which runs sporadically through the songs, breaking them apart, hurling them against one another, giving the album a sense of being jarred, startled, and, in parts, unsettled….

Neil Young's songs are alone and disturbing, fascinatingly introverted, and more imposing than the music Crosby, Stills and Nash made without him….

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