Buffalo Springfield ‎– Buffalo Springfield Again

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A1 Mr. Soul
Vocals – Neil YoungWritten-By – Neil Young
2:35
A2 A Child's Claim To Fame
Resonator Guitar [Dobro] – James BurtonVocals – Richie FurayWritten-By – Richie Furay
2:09
A3 Everydays
Bass – Jim FielderPiano – Steve Stills*Vocals – Steve Stills*Written-By – Steve Stills*
2:38
A4 Expecting To Fly
Piano – Don RandiVocals – Neil YoungWritten-By – Neil Young
3:39
A5 Bluebird
Banjo – Charlie ChinBass – Bobby West*Vocals – Steve Stills*Written-By – Steve Stills*
4:28
B1 Hung Upside Down
Organ – Steve Stills*Written-By – Steve Stills*
3:24
B2 Sad Memory
Vocals – Richie FurayWritten-By – Richie Furay
3:00
B3 Good Time Boy
Arranged By – American Soul TrainVocals – Dewey MartinWritten-By – Richie Furay
2:11
B4 Rock And Roll Woman
Vocals – Steve Stills*Written-By – Steve Stills*
2:44
B5 Broken Arrow
Vocals – Neil YoungWritten-By – Neil Young
6:13

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Original monaural issue of release. "Everydays" recorded live at Gold Star.

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33-226-2 Buffalo Springfield Buffalo Springfield Again(HDCD, Album, RE, RM, RP) ATCO Records 33-226-2 US Unknown Sell This Version
SD 33-226 Buffalo Springfield Again(LP, Album, RP) ATCO Records SD 33-226 US Unknown Sell This Version
SD 33-226 Buffalo Springfield Buffalo Springfield Again(LP, Album) ATCO Records SD 33-226 US 1974 Sell This Version
SD 33-226 Buffalo Springfield Again(LP, Album) ATCO Records SD 33-226 US 1968 Sell This Version
SD 33-226 Buffalo Springfield Buffalo Springfield Again(LP, Album, CT) ATCO Records SD 33-226 US 1967 Sell This Version

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jadedtom

jadedtom

November 14, 2010


Easily the best and most consistent album from the Buffalo Springfield catalog. It's a Steve Stills - Neil Young tour de force. "Broken Arrow", "Expecting to Fly", "Mr. Soul" are all Young classics. "Rock and Roll Woman", "Bluebird" and "Everydays" are Stills' classics.

The minor tunes are Furay's compositions. "Sad Memory" is all too cloying. The soul of "Good Time Boy" seems like so much posturing. "A Child's Claim to Fame" is a nice little country tune.

When one thinks of Stills and Young, one thinks of country rock. But two of the gems ("Broken Arrow" and "Everydays") are nice excursions into jazz. I've always cited this album as the best work that Stills and Young have done, and I stand by it.

Buffalo Springfield were not encumbered by the 'supergroup' pretensions of Crosby, Stills and Nash and later Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. I find this album still fun to listen to -- Stills' and Young's later work less so.