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Buffalo Springfield Again is a 1967 folk rock album by Buffalo Springfield, a band which included future stars Stephen Stills and Neil Young. It is ranked number 188 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. The recording has been stated by some as tense and protracted, because Young was often absent and the band was unable to keep a permanent bass player. Among the notable tracks are Young's minor hit, "Mr. Soul". The album also includes two orchestral experiments Young produced with Jack Nitzsche, a Phil Spector associate: "Expecting to Fly" and "Broken Arrow". Both tracks were intended for solo release, and feature Young only, backed by session players (though Furay overdubbed a harmony vocal on the latter). Stills contributed four tunes, among them "Rock and Roll Woman", a song co-written by an uncredited David Crosby and allegedly featuring Crosby on backup vocals. (He had just been fired by The Byrds) This song was probably the first collaboration between Stills and Crosby. Simultaneous tension in the Buffalo Springfield, the Byrds, and The Hollies would eventually result in the formation of Crosby, Stills & Nash.

Tracks

  • A1)   Mr. Soul
  • A2)   A Child's Claim To Fame
  • A3)   Everydays
  • A4)   Expecting To Fly
  • A5)   Bluebird
  • B1)   Hung Upside Down
  • B2)   Sad Memory
  • B3)   Good Time Boy
  • B4)   Rock And Roll Woman
  • B5)   Broken Arrow

Track listing above is from 1967-Nov-30 | US | ATCO Records - SD 33-226 LP

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