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LP 164 - Buffalo Springfield - 1968 USA Rep. ( org. 1968 ) - ATCO SD 33-256 Vinyl; VG+ ( små riper ) - Cover; EX- ( wear ) FOC / Orginal Studio Album Selges rimelig da det har en del bakgrunsstøy ! -------------------------- Origin from; Los Angeles, California, United States Genres; Rock, folk rock, psychedelic rock, hard rock, country rock Years active; 1966 – 1968, 2010 – 2012 Labels; Atco Associated acts; Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Manassas, Poco ------------------ Studio albums; Year Album - US 1966 Buffalo Springfield - Released: December 5, 1966 - Label: Atco 1967 Buffalo Springfield Again - Released: October 30, 1967 - Label: Atco 1968 Last Time Around - Released: July 30, 1968 - Label: Atco ----- Compilation albums; Year Album details US 1969 Retrospective: The Best of Buffalo Springfield - February 10, 1969 - Label: Atco 1973 Buffalo Springfield - November 12, 1973 - Label: Atco 2001 Buffalo Springfield (box set) - Released: July 17, 2001 - Label: Rhino --------------- Buffalo Springfield was an American-Canadian rock band formed in 1966 whose members included Richie Furay, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Dewey Martin, Bruce Palmer, Jim Messina, Ken Koblun, and Jim Fielder, and which combined rock, folk, and country music. The band released the classic 1960s protest song "For What It's Worth." The band was plagued by infighting, drug-related arrests, and line-up changes that led to its disbanding after two years. Three albums were released under its name, but many demos, studio outtakes, and live recordings remained and were issued in the decades that followed. They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997. ------------------ History Origins Neil Young and Stephen Stills first crossed paths in 1965 at the Fourth Dimension in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Young was there with The Squires, a Winnipeg group he had been leading since February 1963, and Stills was on tour with The Company, a spin-off from the Au Go Go Singers. Although the two did not see each other again for almost a year, the encounter left both with a strong desire to work together. When The Company broke up at the end of that tour, Stills moved to the West Coast, where he worked as a studio musician and auditioned unsuccessfully for, among other things, The Monkees. He had been in a band called Buffalo Fish with fellow Greenwich Village transplant Peter Tork, who encouraged him to audition. Told by record producer Barry Friedman that there would be work available if he could assemble a band, Stills invited fellow Au Go Go Singers alumnus Richie Furay and former Squires bass player Ken Koblun to come join him in California. Both agreed, although Koblun chose to leave before very long and joined the group 3's a Crowd. In early 1966 in Toronto, Young met Bruce Palmer, a Canadian who was playing bass for a group called the Mynah Birds. In need of a lead guitarist, Palmer invited Young to join the group, and Young accepted. The Mynah Birds were set to record an album for Motown Records when their singer Ricky James Matthews (later known as Rick James) was tracked down and arrested by the U.S. Navy for being AWOL. With their record deal canceled, Young and Palmer decided to head for Los Angeles where they hoped to encounter Stills. Roughly a week later, discouraged at having been unable to locate Stills and ready to depart for San Francisco, they were stuck in traffic on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles when Stills, Furay and Friedman, sitting in their white van, recognized Young's black 1953 Pontiac hearse, which happened to be passing by in the opposite direction. After an illegal u-turn by Furay, some shouting, hand-waving, and much excitement, the four musicians realized that they were united in their determination to put together a band. Drummer Dewey Martin, who had played with garage rock group the Standells and country artists such as Patsy Cline and The Dillards, was added to the roster less than a week later after contacting the group at the suggestion of the Byrds' manager, Jim Dickson. The group's name was taken from the side of a steamroller, made by the Springfield, Ohio-based Buffalo-Springfield Roller Company, that had been parked on the street outside Friedman's house where Stills and Furay were staying at the time. The new group debuted on April 11, 1966, at The Troubadour in Hollywood. A few days later, they began a short tour of California as the opening act on a bill featuring The Dillards and The Byrds. ----- Les mer på Wikipedia !