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item number:  ZSUR 81782
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  • Released: August 14, 1985
  • Originally Released: 1989
  • Label: Atco

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"...sounds better than ever, commendable mastering..."


  • 1.For What It's Worth
  • 2.Go And Say Goodbye
  • 3.Sit Down I Think I Love You
  • 4.Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
  • 5.Hot Dusty Roads
  • 6.Everybody's Wrong
  • 7.Flying On The Ground Is Wrong
  • 8.Burned
  • 9.Do I Have To Come Right Out And Say It
  • 10.Leave
  • 11.Out Of My Mind
  • 12.Pay The Price

Product Description:

Buffalo Springfield: Neil Young (vocals, guitar, piano); Stephen Stills, Richie Furay (vocals, guitar); Bruce Palmer (bass); Dewey Martin (drums).
Recorded at Gold-Star Studios and Columbia Studios, Hollywood, California.
Personnel: Neil Young (vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano); Stephen Stills (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Doug Hastings, Richie Furay (vocals, guitar); Jim Messina (vocals); Bruce Palmer (bass guitar); Dewey Martin (drums).
Audio Mixers: Brian Stone; Buffalo Springfield; Charles Greene.
Audio Remasterers: Neil Young; Stephen Stills.
Recording information: Columbia Studios, Hollywood, CA; Gold-Star Studios, Hollywood, CA.
Photographers: Ivan Nagy; Henry Diltz.
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. Fame came by way of Stills' "For What It's Worth," a moody song about a cops-versus-kids conflict on Sunset Boulevard. Two turbulent years and two albums later, Buffalo Springfield broke up, but they'd already blazed the trail for their disciples to follow.

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Different releases of this product Music Lover: from GRANADA HILLS, CA US -- November, 27, 2014

Collectors have noticed that the original Mono and Stereo LP releases of this album, were not the same - they were different in terms of song content. Why? Perhaps the Mastering people were smoking "something" before it became "medicinal!" Also, a lot of turntables couldn't track the loud, deep kick drum on the first track, "For What It's Worth" (so to speak - old fashioned non-compliant cartridges & no anti skating force). Actually, if you really dug the album, and purchased both versions, you'd have some "extra" music. It's my observation that some CD reissues of this album (but not this one) have a lot more tracks because they contain both versions, stereo & mono. As in "Mano a Mano." A little like some Beach Boys CD's with the album versions & the different, hit singles. Heavy!

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