Buffalo Springfield – Buffalo Springfield



Analogue Productions (Atlantic 75 Series)

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AAPA 023-45




180 Gram Vinyl Record

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  • Analogue Productions (Atlantic Series)
  • Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of Atlantic Records!
  • Self-titled debut album featuring "For What It's Worth"
  • 180-gram 45 RPM double LP
  • Mastered directly from the original master tape by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Pressed at Quality Record Pressings
  • Tip-on old style gatefold double pocket jackets with film lamination by Stoughton Printing

Buffalo Springfield was the short-lived yet influential band that united such superstars as Neil Young and Stephen Stills. Aptly named for a steamroller, they charged through their two-year tenure with such enduring, politically-charged songs as “For What It’s Worth.”

Buffalo Springfield brought together brilliant songwriters and musical powerhouses that set the tone for Seventies folk- and country-rock. They formed in 1966 and spit in 1968; their self-titled debut album was led by the impactful single “For What It’s Worth” which climbed its way into the Billboard Top Ten in March 1967. Written by Stephen Stills after he witnessed a riot on the Sunset Strip, the song swiftly spread across the U.S.

Founding members of Buffalo Springfield — Stills, Richie Furay, and Neil Young went on to fame either on their own or with such groups as Poco and Manassas. But their legacy as Buffalo Springfield was ensured by “For What It’s Worth,” becomming an enduring anthem and eventually serving as shorthand for all the political turmoil of the 1960s. So popular was the song that it threatened to obscure how instrumental Buffalo Springfield’s original run of three albums were in reshaping the sound of rock & roll in the late ’60s. Nominally a folk-rock band, Buffalo Springfield also showed a facility with country-rock, psychedelia, soul, and hard rock, all the while embracing the possibilities of the recording studios of Los Angeles.

Now on 180-gram 45 RPM double LP you’ll hear Foreigner in all its phenomenal glory. Mastered from the original tape by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering, this reissue rocks. Double LP cut at 45 RPM, pressed at Quality Record Pressings, and housed in a Stoughton Printing tip-on old style gatefold jacket. That’s how you upgrade a classic.

Side 1
  • Turn Your Back On Love
  • Wasted On The Way

Side 2

  • Southern Cross
  • Into The Darkness
  • Delta
Side 3
  • Flying On The Ground Is Wrong
  • Burned
  • Do I Have To Come Right Out And Say It

Side A

  • 1. Leave
  • 2. Out Of My Mind
  • 3. Pay The Price
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