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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young — Everybody I Love You
Album: Deja Vu
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Released: 1970
Length: 2:18
Plays (last 30 days): 2
Know you got to run
Know you got to hide
Still there is a great life
Ingrained deep within your eyes
Open up, open up
Baby let me in
You expect for me to love you
When you hate yourself my friend la la la

Everybody I love you
Everybody I do
(oh yes)
Though your heart is an answer
I need your love to get me through
(oh yea, I really do now)
When I tell you I love you
(when I tell you)
You can believe that it's true
(oh yes it is)
Everybody I love you
Everybody I do
(oh, yes I really do now)
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 anotherlistener wrote:
Does anyone remember the '74 stadium tour which had CSN&Y, Santana, The Band, and Jesse Colin Young and the '75 tour which had the same lineup except Clapton replaced CSN&Y.  As I recall those tickets were about $40,  Wonder how much they'd cost today.  Great song, by the way.

 

We probably couldn't afford what those lineups would cost today... due to the legalized scalping that's standard thes days
This sounds like album filler to me. Like, nothing is actually happening in this. Even Crosby, Stills, and Nash can have album filler. I don't include Young, because I didn't hear Neil at all (and I'm cool with that).
 Queue wrote:
Fantastic bass line on this one!!!
 
That would be this guy:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...   Sadly, seems no one knows what's become of him.
I must say working at home does have it's perks!
When I get up to jump and dance and then when I'm done my co workers aren't staring at me!!!  {#Dancingbanana}

My dogs on the other hand......... they seem a bit worried about me.
Another song I don't believe that I've heard before (certainly not outside of RP)...THANKS!  
Fantastic bass line on this one!!!
This song is 10
Sorry folks, but I'm all CSNY'ed out.  Pass.
 Shimmer wrote:
Worst song on the album, but still a classic. (OK, maybe Almost Cut My Hair is worse.)

 
I'm with you Shimmer. 
 Stingray wrote:

I own this original album with artificial leather cover

(Looksidentical to the one you see here. Just what is in brown color

on the photo here was artificial-leather on the album ).

 

Wonder is it has a special value today...? Anybody knows?



 
$5 to $ 10 depending on condition

 www.discogs.com/sell/release/1132195?ev=rb
This album influenced my young life back in the day and took me to places I never thought I could go.  One on my all-time favorites! {#Roflol}
 DanFHiggins wrote:
Ripping guitars, solid music, rock and roll.

God I love it! 

  
Yes!  : )
{#Notworthy}
 On_The_Beach wrote:

Your diarrhea is that noisy? Eeyew.

 
 Haha hahah.  Glad I finished my dinner before reading that!


 DanFHiggins wrote:
Ripping guitars, solid music, rock and roll.

God I love it! 

 
Yes!  : )
(Crosby! watch where you point that thing danggit!)
 ozzie1313 wrote:
Fool, stick your head into the proper receptacle and resolve both your issues.  So much pleasure from these four in many permutations.

 
okay, I'll try harder next time
Fool, stick your head into the proper receptacle and resolve both your issues.  So much pleasure from these four in many permutations.
before they started singing I thought it was Buffalo Springfield
 Johnny_Wave wrote:
Sitting on a toilet, feeling nauseated, just wanting this noise to stop
 
Your diarrhea is that noisy? Eeyew.
 doc_dave wrote:
CSNY is not a sound. It is a place, and this song takes me there.

 
Sitting on a toilet, feeling nauseated, just wanting this noise to stop
 doc_dave wrote:
CSNY is not a sound. It is a place, and this song takes me there.

 
Parque Retiro, Madrid.  1984.  With a beautiful brown-eyed girl...
(oh yes it is)  Thank you very much everybody..
 {#Hearteyes}doc_dave wrote:
CSNY is not a sound. It is a place, and this song takes me there.

 


{#Motor}
Still love the song!
CSNY is not a sound. It is a place, and this song takes me there.
 sparkleplenty wrote:
Neil and Stephen were golden when they played together

  Love this. An apex of rocking music in my book.

Well maybe more like the crest of a wave with many more ahead.

 (Banned) wrote:

You're crazy!

 
OK, which song do you think is the worst one on this album?
Brilliant set of tunes this Thursday morning.
la la la la ......brilliant chorus....{#Crown}.....{#Kiss}...oh yeah!!
 kingart wrote:
Song and entire album - 9

 

 
.... yes
Neil and Stephen were golden when they played together
 Shimmer wrote:
Worst song on the album, but still a classic. (OK, maybe Almost Cut My Hair is worse.)

 
You're crazy!
Worst song on the album, but still a classic. (OK, maybe Almost Cut My Hair is worse.)
Song and entire album - 9

 
 johnjconn wrote:
 LastChance wrote:
One of the best concerts I've seen. Probably because David Crosby was sober.
 
Crosby sober - Oxymoron
CSNY best concert - Oxymoron

 
Saw them years ago.  Last show of the tour they did when Crosby got out of jail.  Good show, though Crosby looked weird without his moustache.  He was also sober or at least not speeding his brains out due to the coke.
One of the greatest rock-and-roll albums ever made IMHO.  Not a single throw-away song on it!
Heavy Stephen Stills input on this track,love that screamin guitar of his, Deja Vu, top 50 rock albums ever....imho
Ripping guitars, solid music, rock and roll.

God I love it! 
Wow!

What freaking great song.

Great harmonies and great guitar playing. Who woulda thunk it?

Ooops...this song is 42 years old!

And no can come close to this today. Sad state of affairs for RnR.


Interesting, what got me in trouble on the Woodstock album was Country Joe and the Fish. 

broradio wrote:
Saved my spare change to buy my first 8-track tape Deja vu by CSN&Y. My Dad was still furious w/ Jimi Hendrix for his rendition of The Star Spangled Banner at Woodstock in '69. Things were different then.
 


Saw them at Roosevelt Stadium in Jersey City the night Nixon resigned.  MARVELOUS!

I own this original album with artificial leather cover

(Looksidentical to the one you see here. Just what is in brown color

on the photo here was artificial-leather on the album ).

 

Wonder is it has a special value today...? Anybody knows?


like this group, but not so much this song
It's fantastic! I just love the PSD button.. :)
Whooooosssshhhhhh away with this tedious howling NY c.s.
My least favorite track from this album, but still a happy memory even if it is only a 7.
Hadn't heard this one before. I'm liking the harmony and energy. Can't go wrong with that combo!
 anotherlistener wrote:
Does anyone remember the '74 stadium tour which had CSN&Y, Santana, The Band, and Jesse Colin Young and the '75 tour which had the same lineup except Clapton replaced CSN&Y.  As I recall those tickets were about $40,  Wonder how much they'd cost today.  Great song, by the way.

 
The 74 tour went through Cleveland on a beautiful sunny Saturday afternoon.  At the time the show had the record for the largest crowd in an enclosed stadium.  I remember weed and opium for some reason.  What a wonderful afternoon it was.
From a brilliant album, indeed. But imo they should have left it at that: this deja vu contains enough harmony to last a lifetime, and yet they produced and harmonized on and on and on... until finally even this particular song takes me by the throat.

CSN&Y (and YES) have produced the longest, dullest we-can-sing-in-harmony-songs I know. And without exception it makes me change channels the moment they inhale to exclaim.
Why I love RP.  In addition to the 5 songs from this great LP that played frequently on rock radio...... RP plays this gem.


One of my all time favorite bands, not too many that harmonizing so sweetly!
Another RP surprise for I believe this is the first time i've ever heard this song! {#Mrgreen} 
Thanks Bill

This song is soooo good for the external acoustic meatus...  love it...
 
FLEET FOXES ????   {#Lol}

 fingerpin wrote:

"You expect for me to love you
when you hate yourself, my friend" {#Wink}{#Sunny}
 
Ha-Ha!  Good one, fingerpin.
Does anyone remember the '74 stadium tour which had CSN&Y, Santana, The Band, and Jesse Colin Young and the '75 tour which had the same lineup except Clapton replaced CSN&Y.  As I recall those tickets were about $40,  Wonder how much they'd cost today.  Great song, by the way.

Saved my spare change to buy my first 8-track tape Deja vu by CSN&Y. My Dad was still furious w/ Jimi Hendrix for his rendition of The Star Spangled Banner at Woodstock in '69. Things were different then.
One of the best concerts I've seen. Probably because David Crosby was sober.
 snorlax75 wrote:
bunch of hippies

 
"You expect for me to love you
when you hate yourself, my friend" {#Wink}{#Sunny}

I had a Vu Deja earlier today. All of a sudden I had this feeling of this has never happened before.
 thewiseking wrote:
sometimes the harmonies get on your nerves.
 
Huh? How is that possible?

 westslope wrote:

Rich, successful hippies.  And in the case of a couple of band members, highly disciplined.

 
They're the worst kind, and in the case of one of the band members, highly undisciplined and essentially just taking up space and oxygen.

Okay. Forty YEARS has passed since this came out?  No way, man, no way. {#Bounce}
 bronorb wrote:
Wore my C,S,&N shirt today.
It must be Karma or one of those spooky things.

 
Karma IS one of those spooky things.{#Meditate}


Okay. I'ma date myself here - I had this on 8-track!  Upgraded to cassette. Haven't made the hop to CD yet, but I will. Or maybe just upload the MP3s for my player. Excellent song!

Wow that's earrrrly CSNY


Wore my C,S,&N shirt today.
It must be Karma or one of those spooky things.

 snorlax75 wrote:
bunch of hippies

 
Rich, successful hippies.  And in the case of a couple of band members, highly disciplined.

The anthem of the times......
 thewiseking wrote:
sometimes the harmonies get on your nerves. this is what we used to call hippy dippy. terribly dated.
 
I agree; those harmonies are quite grating, to say nothing of the vapid lyrics.  I've always liked most of this album, but not this tune.

 thewiseking wrote:
sometimes the harmonies get on your nerves. this is what we used to call hippy dippy. terribly dated.
 


Came to give it a 10, but apparently already had!

{#Notworthy}
sometimes the harmonies get on your nerves. this is what we used to call hippy dippy. terribly dated.
 snorlax75 wrote:
bunch of hippies

 

Yeah!
bunch of hippies

CSNY were simply great. {#Sunny}
 lwilkinson wrote:
You know, back when these guys were primarily interested in being professional stoners and falling off their stools while in concert they were fun to listen to.

As they got older, like Neil Young, and started trying to show remorse with a newly found social consciousness, they just got boring.

{#Sad}
 
It's called growing up and getting involved, try it.

It's not for me either, but I still find them fun to listen to.

 lemmoth wrote:

Neil is never boring, because he's always jumping between his various signature styles and bands.

 
Don't mind Wilk, man, he's into the music, he just doesn't dig the whole change the world scene.
It's Deja Vu all over again! {#Beat} I deserve that!

 lwilkinson wrote:
You know, back when these guys were primarily interested in being professional stoners and falling off their stools while in concert they were fun to listen to.

As they got older, like Neil Young, and started trying to show remorse with a newly found social consciousness, they just got boring.

{#Sad}
 
Neil is never boring, because he's always jumping between his various signature styles and bands.

 lwilkinson wrote:
You know, back when these guys were primarily interested in being professional stoners and falling off their stools while in concert they were fun to listen to.

As they got older, like Neil Young, and started trying to show remorse with a newly found social consciousness, they just got boring.

{#Sad}
 

I don't want to smoke what you've been smokin'.
 scraig wrote:
I would never describe Neil Young's music as boring.
 

I would.
 lwilkinson wrote:
You know, back when these guys were primarily interested in being professional stoners and falling off their stools while in concert they were fun to listen to.

As they got older, like Neil Young, and started trying to show remorse with a newly found social consciousness, they just got boring.

{#Sad}
  I would never describe Neil Young's music as boring.


You know, back when these guys were primarily interested in being professional stoners and falling off their stools while in concert they were fun to listen to.

As they got older, like Neil Young, and started trying to show remorse with a newly found social consciousness, they just got boring.

{#Sad}
Wizzuvv_oz wrote:
Nice to hear Neil in there. Even those haters of his voice could admit that he makes a nice contribution to the four part harmony.

Gotta agree with you on that one. I'm not real fond of a lot of Neil's singing, but it works well with the other guys. Sort of like adding Joe Walsh to the Eagles.

Oh...and this song is one of my favorites from this album. Listened to it a lot (on my brother-in-law's new-fangled component style 8-track player) back when the album was still relatively recent.


Can't turn it up enough! {#Yell}
8 {#Arrow} 9

after hearing this song for almost 30 years. i still find it too short! my favorite off this record.


I saw CSN last night in concert.  Despite my skepticism regarding their age and ability to come through, they RAWKED the house!  Stills can still make that guitar smoke!  At 66, Nash looks phenomenal.  They put on a great show.
One of my favorite albums of all time. Thanks, Bill!

Stills was always one of my favorite guitar players....a real dick in real life, but one hell of a picker
20 years since I've heard this. Thanks, Bill!
Wizzuvv_oz wrote:
Nice to hear Neil in there. Even those haters of his voice could admit that he makes a nice contribution to the four part harmony.
Hear,Hear :good-vibes: :good-vibes: :good-vibes: :good-vibes:
Nice to hear Neil in there. Even those haters of his voice could admit that he makes a nice contribution to the four part harmony.
Like to hear this.
DC was one of my fav 'West Coast' (sorry, my description) artists back then, this album intro'd me to some great music. Loved Stills' guitar on this album, not to mention his self titled album and those by DC, GN and of course NY. Cheers.
Love it...they have such a sound.
Refreshing.
This is where Chris Cornell learned to sing... er um.. I'm guessing.. sorry
meower215 wrote:
I think one of his best compositions is 49 Bye byes on the first CSN album
i'm with you.
fretman wrote:
He writes with his bass line in mind, as I understand, which gives his compositions such a drive. Great voice, too.
I think one of his best compositions is 49 Bye byes on the first CSN album
He writes with his bass line in mind, as I understand, which gives his compositions such a drive. Great voice, too. meower215 wrote:
Steven Stills is a master song writer
um, ok, I get the concept seque....but that was AN ATROCIOUS musical segue from "It's the end of the world as we know it" to this...that was the most jarring music change I can recall hearing on any radio :beat: , and that my beloved RP did it? FOR SHAME!!! :naughty: :naughty:
Takes me back to a much better world.
Steven Stills is a master song writer
What's so funny 'bout Peace, Love & Understanding?!
Some great guitar on this song (I'm guessing Neil).

redeyespy wrote:
You can measure frequency, as it is the objective correlate of the subjective pitch.
Well, you and I'm sure many others know what I meant. Yes, 440 Hz is a frequency, but I think most folks would think, "I know that's an 'A'." So I suppose I was just using more a more vernacular description.
ploafmaster wrote:
You're comment was a bit beyond the typical subjective trolling - you can actually measure pitch, relative or exact.
You can measure frequency, as it is the objective correlate of the subjective pitch.
physicsgenius wrote:
"in harmony with each other" != "on key"
Now you've gone and dug up a comment I made over a year ago...for shame, dude. But if you must respond, so must I... So maybe I wasn't totally clear, but this should help. If you're fortunate enough to be able to discern pitch with fair accuracy, you could tell that these guys are in tune with each other, and in tune with the instrumentation. Could they be 1 or 2 cents off sometimes? Maybe, but having heard these songs a fair amount of times throughout my life, and having pretty good pitch accuracy, I'm fairly confident that CSN&Y are spot on. You're comment was a bit beyond the typical subjective trolling - you can actually measure pitch, relative or exact.
rah wrote:
great radio song. horrible karaoke song.
HAHAHA....I'll bet it is !!!! :iamwithstupid:
ploafmaster wrote:
CSN&Y don't sing out of tune. They have pretty skilled harmonizing in fact.
"in harmony with each other" != "on key"
when music was happy!
splooge wrote:
Ahhh. Very good album. I've got this on vinyl. Think I'll give it a spin.
Me and my old man listened to this and many other classics on vinyl this summer. Amazing how two different generations can connect thru good music.
Ahhh. Very good album. I've got this on vinyl. Think I'll give it a spin.
Love this harmony. Makes me think of my Highschool days..Happy..go lucky!:jump::good-vibes:
:good-vibes: :daisy: :cowboy: :sunny:
:devil_pimp: :daisy: :devil_pimp: :daisy:
What a hip(py!) tune! I love the picture of Crosby in the album with all the leather and beads flashing peace signs....the picture, for me, is tied directly to this song. :group-hug:
physicsgenius wrote:
I don't understand why people who can't sing on key are revered as geniuses.
Stick to physics; it's obviously your area of expertise, and the field in which you are revered.
How all these guys ever got along amazes me, but I'm so happy they did--at least for a time.