Great musicians, just before their peak
Posted by: JaneA from: New York, NY on
Buffalo Springfield consisted of Stephen Stills, Neil Young (Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young), Richie Furay (Poco), Jim Messina (Loggins & Messina), Dewey Martin and Jim Palmer. CSNY as a better band so I gues it's a good thing that Buffalo Springfield broke up. But they made some great music while they lasted.
They're best known for 'For What It's Worth'. It was the first song I was aware of that didn't include the lyrics in the title (It's time we stopped, hey what's that sound, everybody look what's going down.) That one will probably get airplay forever (deservedly) but there are so many good songs on this CD.
I was going to write that my other two favorites were 'Everybody's Wrong' and 'Do I Have to Come Right Out and Say It; but then 'Go and Say Goodbye; started playing on my computer so I have to add that. There's something to recommend almost every song -- the lyrics are occasionally a little oversimplified but the sound is always great.
Note: If you read several of my reviews and think I'm too generous with my stars, I need to point out that I've only replaced my vinyl copies of albums with CDs if I loved the album so most of the discs I review will be favorites.
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SO MANY TALENTED ARTISTS TOGETHER.
Posted by: Sinclair from: on
GREAT TO HEAR SO MANY TALENTED ARTISTS PLAYING AND SINGING SONGS WITH A PURPOSE!
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