Like the Byrds, Buffalo Springfield were influential in the melding of rock and folk that led to the country-rock sound of the '70s. Neil Young and Stephen Stills were the main singers/songwriters, constantly battling for creative control of the group. From this tempestuous union came melodic rock that ranged from Young's waltz-flavored "Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing" and the Beatlesque "Burned" (featuring Young's piano playing) to Stills' muscular guitar style on "Leave," which foreshadowed his subsequent work with Crosby, Stills & Nash. ...See Full Description
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||I Remember When|
This album defines music of that time. Buffalo Springfield captured the energy and restlessness of the 60s. For me, "For What it's Worth" and "Do I Have to Come Right Out and Say It" are my two favourite tracks.
By spacejockey1206 (Houston, TX, USA)
||Great Album cuts|
This is thee Buffalo Springfield album to add to your collection. There are the usual hits (i.e. "For What It's Worth") but some absolute gems like "Do I Have to Come Right Out and Say It." Awesome.
By Patty (Iron Ridge, WI USA)
NEAL YOUNG AND STEVEN STILLS BECAME STARS BUT MY FAVORITE WAS RICHIE FURY/ HE WENT TO MARRY A NICE GAIL AND AND HAD MANY HITS
By FOURITISWRITTEN (BRANSON,MO)
there were a few musical groups in the late 60's and early seventy's that just loomed with talent / birds / yardbirds / and buffalo springfield /.
By FOURITISWRITTEN (WASHINGTON, WS)
||My musical Genesis|
This group more than any other (Yes, even the Beatles) formed my musical backbone. Growing up in the 60's there was a lot of good music.
By ce_runner (Cleveland, Ohio)
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