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Buffalo SpringfieldBuffalo Springfield

Label:ATCO Records – 33-200
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Mono
Country:US
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Genre:Rock
Style:Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock

Tracklist

A1Go And Say Goodbye
VocalsRichie*, Steve*
Written-ByStephen Stills
2:19
A2Sit Down I Think I Love You
VocalsRichie*, Steve*
Written-ByStephen Stills
2:30
A3Leave
Backing VocalsRichie*
Lead VocalsSteve*
Written-ByStephen Stills
2:42
A4Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
Backing VocalsNeil*, Steve*
Lead VocalsRichie*
Written-ByNeil Young
3:26
A5Hot Dusty Roads
Backing VocalsRichie*
Lead VocalsSteve*
Written-ByStephen Stills
2:47
A6Everybody's Wrong
Backing VocalsNeil*
Lead VocalsRichie*, Steve*
Written-ByStephen Stills
2:22
B1Flying On The Ground Is Wrong
Backing VocalsNeil*, Steve*
Lead VocalsRichie*
Written-ByNeil Young
2:48
B2Burned
Backing VocalsRichie*, Steve*
Lead VocalsNeil*
PianoNeil*
Written-ByNeil Young
2:14
B3Do I Have To Come Right Out And Say It
Backing VocalsNeil*, Steve*
Lead VocalsRichie*
PianoNeil*
Written-ByNeil Young
3:00
B4Baby Don't Scold Me
Lead VocalsRichie*, Steve*
Written-ByStephen Stills
3:03
B5Out Of My Mind
Backing VocalsRichie*, Steve*
Lead VocalsNeil*
Written-ByNeil Young
3:05
B6Pay The Price
Backing VocalsRichie*
Lead VocalsSteve*
Written-ByStephen Stills
2:35
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1st pressing.
Catalog number does not have a letter after it.
Contains the song "Baby Don't Scold Me" instead of "For What It's Worth".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society (Jacket back): BMI
  • Other (Primary pressing ring): 1.25" / 31.75mm
  • Other (Secondary pressing impression): 2.75" / 70mm
  • Matrix / Runout (A label): C-12453
  • Matrix / Runout (B label): C-12454
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side A): C-12453-A LW AT W
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout etching side B): C-12454-A AT LW W

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  • Bseven's avatar
    Bseven
    Come looking for reviews of a pressing (not the music) and find two inane reviews of the music. Leave music reviews to AllMusic.
    • streetmouse's avatar
      streetmouse
      Edited 5 years ago
      There’s no doubt about it, Buffalo Springfield were loaded with a serious amount of individual talent, and based on that alone, I’d expected the album to be a breakout classic by a group of young guys who’d known each other on and off for quite some time. Yet on hearing the album back in ’66, and trying to reemerge myself in the release again and again over the years, I’ve found that Buffalo Springfield seem to be a rather overrated band, with that overrated-ness being based on individual talent alone, and not on what the group achieved as a unit.

      Certainly there were some fine numbers such as “Sit Down I Think I Love You,” and later the single “For What It’s Worth” would shiver the world with it’s low-keyed brilliant intoxication … though what the band brought to fruition was not on par with either of those songs as a whole. This album, delivered at the end of the year in 1966, for me, came across rather disjointed, as if most of the pieces of the puzzle didn’t fit, and had been forced into place, where the material offered little continuity, and even less that was memorable.

      Of course there were others such as Stephen Stills who would filter in and out of this band adding their own personal vision, but again, there was never instilled a communal vision and direction that listeners could put their fingers on and make a concise connection. All this meant that the sum of the bands parts was greater than its total, with all of the members spiriting their best material to their back pockets, knowing that it would be much more valuable to them later as solo artists, or within groups where they as individuals would conduct the outcome and course they chose to tread.

      You’re going to hear some fine Americana that’s been laced with British invasion and psychedelia influences on all of their albums, though you are never going to hear a brilliant album that stands as marker, indicating that Buffalo Springfield had passed this way. The proof of that is that most people stumble onto Buffalo Springfield while walking the cat backwards, where they’ve been acquainted with the work of Neil Young, The Byrds, The Richie Furay Band, Loggins & Messina or other incarnations of its members, and reach back to a set of roots, that while important on some level, was merely a jumping off point for the band as a whole.

      *** The Fun Facts: The band’s name Buffalo Springfield was taken from a brand of steamrollers.

      Review by Jenell Kesler

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