Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young are set to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their Déjà Vu album by releasing a deluxe edition on May 14, via Rhino Records.
Déjà Vu, which was originally released in March 1970, was the first album featuring the then-newly expanded lineup of David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Young.
Though the official 50th anniversary of the album happened last year, the coronavirus pandemic and discord among the members delayed production of the box set.
Rhino, which announced the news, also shared the demo recording of Young and Nash's duet performance on "Birds."
The expansive new edition, which will be available on both LP and CD, will feature a remastered version of the original album that includes songs such as "Carry On" and "Teach Your Children."
The set will also have 38 bonus tracks, along with discs that contain demos, outakes and alternates from the recording sessions.
The edition, which will come in a 12 x 12 hardcover book and contain rare photos and liner notes from Cameron Crowe, is priced at $99.98. A deluxe vinyl version with the full content across 5 LPs of 180-gram vinyl, priced at $249.98, will also be available on the same date.
"Fifty years later, with the sonic aperture fully opened, it's a wide-screen look at the big picture of Deja Vu, with more music, including a batch of surprises, unseen photos and a lot more clarity," noted Crowe.
Joel Bernstein produced the reissue of the record alongside Rhino's Patrick Milligan.