"Our House" was the last single from the Déjà Vu
album, their first with Neil Young in the group. It's a landmark album, so successful it kept up demand for the group even though they were largely inactive over the next few years. The first single was "Woodstock
," about the festival where they made their mark. Next was the Graham Nash composition "Teach Your Children
," which was climbing the charts when Neil Young came up with the song "Ohio
" in response to the Kent State Shootings. That song was rush released in June 1970 as a standalone single. After it faded from the charts, "Our House" was released as a single, reaching its US chart peak of #30 in October.
The band didn't return to action until 1974 when they launched the first stadium tour in rock history. They couldn't muster an album, though, and the follow-up to Déjà Vu
didn't appear until 1977 when they issued CSN
, this time without Young.