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Playlist of Buffalo Springfield

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    Buffalo Springfield - For What Its Worth 1967

    2:38

    There's something happening here
    What it is ain't exactly clear
    There's a man with a gun over there
    Telling me I got to beware

    I think it's time we stop, children, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

    There's battle lines being drawn
    Nobody's right if everybody's wrong
    Young people speaking their minds
    Getting so much resistance from behind

    It's time we stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

    What a field-day for the heat
    A thousand people in the street
    Singing songs and carrying signs
    Mostly say, hooray for our side

    It's s time we stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

    Paranoia strikes deep
    Into your life it will creep
    It starts when you're always afraid
    You step out of line, the man come and take you away

    We better stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down
    Stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down
    Stop, now, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down
    Stop, children, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

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    For What Its Worth by Buffalo Springfield with lyrics

    2:42

    For What It's Worth by Buffalo Springfield. I love this great classic from the 60s! I do own this song but I do not own the lyrics. Enjoy the video, and please subscribe and comment!

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    Buffalo Springfield-Retrospective Full Album 1969

    40:17

    1969

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    Buffalo Springfield - Stop Children Whats That Sound

    2:41

    There's something happening here
    What it is ain't exactly clear
    There's a man with a gun over there
    Telling me i got to beware

    I think it's time we stop, children, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

    There's battle lines being drawn
    Nobody's right if everybody's wrong
    Young people speaking their minds
    Getting so much resistance from behind

    I think it's time we stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

    What a field-day for the heat
    A thousand people in the street
    Singing songs and carrying signs
    Mostly say, hooray for our side

    It's time we stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

    Paranoia strikes deep
    Into your life it will creep
    It starts when you're always afraid
    You step out of line, the man come and take you away

    We better stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down
    Stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down
    Stop, now, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down
    Stop, children, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

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    Buffalo Springfield - Mr Soul

    2:45

    1967 - Hollywood Palace TV show. Hollywood Playhouse. Hollywood, CA. Neil Young (vocal, guitar); Stephen Stills (guitar); Richie Furay (guitar); Dewey Martin (1940 - 2009 drums); and road manager Dickie Davis (pretending to play bass on this appearance with pre-recorded music). Song written by Neil Young. Please support the music of the members of Buffalo Springfield. For bios, tour info, music, merchandise and more, visit:

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    For What Its Worth extended Buffalo Springfield

    4:31

    A great extended version of Buffalo Springfield's hit For What It's Worth with a great video clip.
    PLEASE NOTE:
    For What it's Worth the song and music is the property of by Buffalo Springfield group .

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    Buffalo Springfield - Expecting to fly

    3:47

    6th

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    Buffalo Springfield Again Full album vinyl LP

    34:16

    Buffalo Springfield's second album Buffalo Springfield Again (1967) presented in a non-modified recording of Atco SD 33-226 vinyl LP. All efforts were made to realistically reproduce the natural vinyl stereo LP sound, so record levels were restrained and album noise is present.

    NOTE: THIS VIDEO IS FOR EDUCATION PURPOSES. ANY AND ALL COPYRIGHTS BELONG TO THE RIGHTFUL ARTISTS AND OWNERS.

    Side One:
    1.) 0:00 Mr. Soul
    2.) 2:53 A Child's Claim to Fame
    3.) 5:07 Everydays
    4.) 7:57 Expecting to Fly
    5.) 11:40 Bluebird

    Side Two:
    1.) 16:10 Hung Upside Down
    2.) 19:42 Sad Memory
    3.) 22:47 Good Time Boy
    4.) 25:06 Rock and Roll Woman
    5.) 27:57 Broken Arrow

    Much classic vinyl has been re-issued in recent years and may be currently available.

    Realize, all of my vinyl LPs are 20 to 37 years old. Recorded from antique source equipment. Album noise is naturally highest at the beginning and end of each album side. Hope you enjoy my posts. Subscribe to my channel. More classics to come. Support the greying artist! Seek out the best listening experience of classic rock and roll, live vinyl!

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    For What Its Worth - Buffalo Springfield

    2:41

    Thanks for watching ^ ^

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    Buffalo Springfield - For What Its Worth

    1:33

    This is the Smothers Brothers Show Version from the movie Long Time Com'in DVD.

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    Buffalo Springfield Somethings Happening - For What Its Worth

    2:36

    There's something happening here
    What it is ain't exactly clear
    There's a man with a gun over there
    Telling me I got to beware

    I think it's time we stop, children, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

    There's battle lines being drawn
    Nobody's right if everybody's wrong
    Young people speaking their minds
    Getting so much resistance from behind

    I think it's time we stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

    What a field-day for the heat
    A thousand people in the street
    Singing songs and carrying signs
    Mostly say, hooray for our side

    It's time we stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

    Paranoia strikes deep
    Into your life it will creep
    It starts when you're always afraid
    You step out of line, the man come and take you away

    We better stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down
    Stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down
    Stop, now, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down
    Stop, children, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

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    Buffalo Springfield Expecting to Fly

    3:41

    Expecting to Fly was written and performed solo by Neil Young while still a member of Buffalo Springfield. Recorded on May 6, 1967, backed by session players, rather than the other members of the group, it was nevertheless included on Buffalo Springfield's second album, Buffalo Springfield Again on Atlantic Records. The album is available on CD, and the song can also be found on Retrospective CD on Elektra. The sound recording is administered by WMG. I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video.. No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

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    Neil Young - Buffalo Springfield Again

    3:33

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    Buffalo Springfield Mr Soul, For What Its Worth Live

    5:07

    Mr. Soul was written by Neil Young for second album Buffalo Springfield Again in 1967. The songwriter of For What It's Worth (Hey, Stop What's That Sound) is Stephen Stills for 1966 Buffalo Springfield self-titled debut album.

    Their best known songs are performed by Buffalo Springfield (Revisited) live in 1986 concert featuring Buffalo Springfield original bassist Bruce Palmer and drummer Dewey Martin.

    The other Buffalo Springfield founding band members are Stephen Stills - lead guitar/backing vocals, Neil Young - guitar/lead vocals and Richie Furay - guitar, backing vocals.

    BestClassicBands.com: For a band that lasted less than three years, Buffalo Springfield had an outsized impact. Their core membership, of course, included two guys who need no introduction—Neil Young and Stephen Stills—as well as a third guitarist and vocalist, Richie Furay, who would go on to do great things with Poco and the Souther-Hillman-Furay Band. But beyond that, the Springfield were vital in formulating the folk-rock, country-rock and psychedelic genres that would flourish long after the Los Angeles quintet—which also included bassist Bruce Palmer and drummer Dewey Martin in its original incarnation—had gone their separate ways.

    They came together in 1966, when Canadians Neil Young and Bruce Palmer, who’d come to L.A. to try their luck, ran into Stephen Stills, a musician they’d met previously in Toronto. The band quickly found its footing and after debuting on April 11, 1966, at the Troubadour in Hollywood, they became the house band at the popular Whisky a Go Go on the Sunset Strip, building a reputation as one of the most exciting and innovative new groups on the West Coast scene.

    Buffalo Springfield released their self-titled debut album Dec. 5, 1966 on the Atco subsidiary. It moved slowly sales-wise so in March 1967, the label decided to shuffle the track listing around and re-release the album with an added track, “For What It’s Worth,” a song that Stills had written chronicling recent clashes between police and young people on the Strip. The song, released as a single, had taken off immediately and begun climbing the charts—it would peak at #7—and the label felt that the album had a better shot with “For What It’s Worth” included (“Baby Don’t Scold me” was removed in the second pressing). It didn’t help much—the album peaked at #80—but Buffalo Springfield was now a national name.

    Cher recorded an obscure version of Mr. Soul for her 1975 album Stars.

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    Buffalo Springfield - Nowadays Clancy Cant Even Sing HQ

    3:33

    One of my favorite greatest hits LPs of all time was and is Buffalo Springfield's Retrospective. Many an idle summer day in 1970 and 1971 was spent listening to every track on the album, summers that seemed to stretch out into infinity ... at least as I remember them, during what I call the giant years (which included 1968, 1969, and 1972) because they moved so slow and lasted so long. Life should have been so kind all the way through.

    One of several tracks on the LP I could never get enough of listening to: Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing. I never fully understood what it all meant, but it sounded so good and so right, and was emotionally moving to hear. I suppose I have not progressed much in my understanding since then regarding this beautiful song. Take whatever meaning it may for you, this is my spin, right or wrong, not that it matters.

    Before the song appeared as track number 4 on the self-titled debut album Buffalo Springfield (released on December 5, 1966), it was released twice on singles. Recorded July 18, 1966, it was originally a B-side to the single Go and Say Goodbye. Too late distributors and producers realized Clancy should have been the A-side and re-released the single that way. Unfortunately, as a result, it only charted on Billboard at #110 in August 1966. It doesn't matter in the long run ... time and reflection, retrospection if you will, have proven it to be among Neil Young's greatest classic folk rock compositions.

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    Buffalo Springfield - On The Way Home

    2:31

    When the dream came
    I held my breath
    with my eyes closed
    I went insane,
    Like a smoke ring day
    When the wind blows
    Now I won't be back
    till later on
    If I do come back at all
    But you know me,
    and I miss you now.
    In a strange game
    I saw myself as you knew me
    When the change came,
    And you had a
    Chance to see through me
    Though the other side
    is just the same
    You can tell
    my dream is real
    Because I love you,
    can you see me now.
    Though we rush ahead
    to save our time
    We are only what we feel
    And I love you,
    can you feel it now.

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    For What Its Worth - Buffalo Springfield

    6:42

    Now Available Digitally:


    See the new release from this jam session of One Kind Favor (See That My Grave Is Kept Clean) - Blind Lemon Jeffeson.


    A few months ago, a bunch of friends got together to play music in Nashville, under the guise of prepping for DelFest. No one knew it would turn into something so special! Members of Del McCoury Band, The Travelin McCourys, Gibson Brothers, Sierra Hull, Justin Moses, Ethan Jodziewicz, Cody Kilby, and Dre Anders of Dre and the Collective told stories and sang songs, turning it into a family jam.

    From left to right: Justin Moses, Jason Carter, Sierra Hull, Rob McCoury, Ronnie McCoury, Del McCoury, Cody Kilby, Ethan Jodziewicz, Alan Bartram, Leigh Gibson, Dre Anders, Eric Gibson

    None of us were quite sure why we cut the song back in May, but thought we might find a need for it down the road. I guess after this past weekend's events in Charlottesville the need is here.

    Here's our cover of Buffalo Springfield's iconic protest song, For What It's Worth.


    For another great cover head over to The Gibson Brothers and catch another Del & Friends Session:
    View here:

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    Neil Young, Stephen Stills, Richie Furay Buffalo Springfield Rehearsal 1986

    14:05

    In the summer of 1986, the original members of the Buffalo Springfield met at Stephen Stills’ home to rehearse new material that Stephen and Neil Young were working on and to make tentative plans to reunite for a 20th anniversary reunion tour. The 2 day practice session marked the first time that the five founding members had played together since their break-up in 1967. The rehearsals were kept a secret and my understanding was that management was not keen on having the sessions videotaped. However, after some deliberation, the band over ruled management and decided that they wanted to document the get together.

    I’d just finished wrapping a shoot when I received a call with an anxious Bruce Palmer on the other end filling me in- Neil and Richie (Furay) were in town, the Buffalo Springfield were going to be rehearsing, could I make it over to Stephen’s with a camera and lights and be set up in an hour and a half? LMAO! (Nothing like having plenty of advance notice, guys.) As fate would have it, I was on the freeway on my way home from work, I had a camera package in the car and was only 15 minutes away from Stephen’s place. I just happened to be the right person, with the right camera, with the right contacts at the right position in spacetime to record the practice, otherwise we wouldn’t have anything to look at right now.

    From what I can remember and from the comments that can be heard on the tapes, at the end of the rehearsal the band was planning on more rehearsals and moving forward w/ the reunion tour. However, the paradigm was about to shift and I saw it happen in front of my eyes.

    A couple of weeks later, in wee hours of the morning, I was listening to Stephen laying down some bass tracks in his studio when David Crosby, (who had just gotten out of a Texas jail the day before) made a surprise visit and came through the door with guitar case in hand. I remember the moment as if were yesterday: David: “Hey, Stephen. Do you want to hear some open chords that I’ve been working on in my cell?” Stephen: Uhh…well, hell yeah!” They played together for about an hour and a day or two later Graham Nash showed up. Stephen’s priorities shifted to reuniting with CS&N, in large part, to help out an old friend who was down and out at the time.

    A few months later, the Crosby, Still & Nash reunion tour was in full swing, Bruce Palmer and Dewey Martin were having a successful run with the Buffalo Springfield Revisited, Neil Young was on the road with the Live In A Rusted Out Garage with Crazy Horse tour, Richie Furay was back in Boulder doing his thing and I wrapped up the rehearsal tapes and put them into a box where they were to remain for the next 30 years. For what it’s worth, from what I’ve been able to dig up, this is likely the only rehearsal footage of the original Buffalo Springfield that has ever been recorded.

    The practice session began with a “theme that was in Neil’s head and moved onto Stephen shredding the guitar on a new blues tune that he was in the early stage of conceptualizing. In this clip, the band is working out the nuts and bolts on a new tune of Neil’s that he would later develop into “Road of Plenty” which made its performance debut during the Crazy Horse tour in November of 1986. The song would, subsequently, evolve into its studio version, “Eldorado”, which was recorded 2 years later and released in the states on Neil's Freedom album.

    The song's progression~

    Road of Plenty ~
    Eldorado (live) ~


    If you like this, stay tuned- there will be more to come.

    (PS I own the rights.)

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    Buffalo Springfield Bluebird Long Version

    8:53

    Bluebird Buffalo Springfield: Rare nearly 9 minute version of Buffalo Springfield's Bluebird recorded in 1967. Only available on a double compilation album released in 1973. No version on CD exists. Excellent quality considering the original source. No skips but faint pops and hiss are present. Record player runs ever so slightly higher than 33 1/3rpm, but barely noticeable. Enjoy!

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    Buffalo Springfield Sit Down I Think I Love You

    2:30

    Sit Down I Think I Love You written by group member, Stephen Stills, was recorded by Buffalo Springfield in August 1966 at Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, California with the lead vocal done by Stephen Stills and Richie Furay. The song appeared on Buffalo Springfield, the group's debut album released on December 5, 1966 on Atco Records. The album is available on CD, and the song can also be found on the Retrospective CD on Atco. The members of Buffalo Springfield at that time were Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals; Dewey Martin - drummer, backing vocals; Bruce Palmer - bass guitar; Stephen Stills - lead guitar, keyboards, vocals.; and Neil Young - lead guitar, harmonica, piano, vocals. This sound recording is administered by WMG.

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    Buffalo Springfield - For What Its Worth

    2:45

    Artist: Buffalo Springfield
    Track: For What It's Worth (1966 Version)
    Album: Buffalo Springfield

    Listen to the track here:

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    HUNG UPSIDE DOWN. Buffalo Springfield

    3:49

    Fantastic song from the second album (Again), recorded in 1967 on the top of their creativity. One of the best american groups of all times.

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    Buffalo Springfield-- Kind Woman

    4:16

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    For What Its Worth - Buffalo Springfield .wmv

    2:41

    Steve Stills, Neil (very,very) Young and a goofy cameo by Tommy Smothers accompany the performance of For What It's Worth - the battle cry of the hippies in the mid sixties.

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    For What Its Worth - Buffalo Springfield

    2:48

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    Lyrics:
    There's something happening here
    What it is ain't exactly clear
    There's a man with a gun over there
    Telling me I got to beware
    I think it's time we stop, children, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

    There's battle lines being drawn
    Nobody's right if everybody's wrong
    Young people speaking their minds
    Getting so much resistance from behind
    It's time we stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

    What a field-day for the heat
    A thousand people in the street
    Singing songs and carrying signs
    Mostly say, hooray for our side
    It's s time we stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

    Paranoia strikes deep
    Into your life it will creep
    It starts when you're always afraid
    You step out of line, the man come and take you away
    We better stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

    Stop, hey, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down
    Stop, now, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down
    Stop, children, what's that sound
    Everybody look what's going down

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    Buffalo Springfield - Donald Trump For What Its Worth

    2:49

    Images gathered and edited by John Smith

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    INTERVIEW: Jim Messina On The Troubled Buffalo Springfield of 1968

    4:19

    Jim Messina - The Drama Of Working With A Troubled Buffalo Springfield
    Most music fan will go straight to Loggins and Messina when Jim Messina's name comes up but there was much before and after his incarnation in the due with Kenny Loggins. He was also a founding member of the band Poco and produced their first three albums. Messina was also called in to produce a well known band that was falling apart in 1968 – Buffalo Springfield which featured Stephen Stills and Neil Young who would go on to CSNY. I asked Jim Messina about that Precarious experience.

    Jim Messina is doing shows this year right up to November. Go to Jim Messina.com for details. We'll have more of our conversation with Jim in one week. - by John Beaudin
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    Exclusive, never before released- Buffalo Springfield 1986 Rehearsal Part 2

    5:39

    Part 2 of the 1986 Buffalo Springfield rehearsal catches the band winding down from Neil’s new song which was later to become Road of Plenty (live Crazy Horse version) before morphing into the better known studio version, Eldorado which you can see the band rehearsing in Part 1. Stephen’s new song follows this break in the action and will soon be released as (you guessed it) Part 3.

    This is my favorite sequence because it gives a rare look of a band at work and shooting the shit w/ no one being overly self-conscious about a camera being in the room recording them. In other words, it’s real…. and, it is the founding members of the Buffalo Springfield chatting it up together for the last time. It was edited down to condense it w/o losing the vibe.

    Enjoy my friends and fellow rock ’n rollers.

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    Buffalo Springfield - Rock and Roll Woman

    2:47

    Copyright violation not intended. All rights recognised and owned by the artist and respective record label.

    Rock and Roll Woman by Buffalo Springfield, from the album Buffalo Springfield Again (1967)

    Lyrics:

    There's a woman
    That you ought to know.
    And she's comin',
    Singing soft and low,
    Singing rock and roll.
    She's a joy to know.
    Neath the shadow
    Of her soothing hand
    I am free there
    Just to make my plan.
    Dream of faraway lands,
    Anything close at hand.
    And she will follow me.
    What do you know?
    Familiar places she's been by,
    And I know.
    Could it be she don't have to try?
    And tomorrow,
    She's a friend of mine.
    And the sorrow,
    I see her face is lined.
    She's no longer blind.
    She's just hard to find.

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    Questions-Buffalo Springfield

    3:00

    Stephen Stills' early incarnation of Carry On.

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    LIVE!!! Buffalo Springfield - For What Its Worth -@ Monterey 1967

    3:17

    LIVE!!! Buffalo Springfield - For What It's Worth -@ Monterey 1967 (Intro Peter Tork)

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    Buffalo Springfield--For What Its Worth--Live @ Bonnaroo 2011-06-11

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    Buffalo Springfield performs its signature hit at the 2011 Bonnaroo Music Festival.

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    About this song:

    For What It's Worth is a song written by Stephen Stills. It was performed by Buffalo Springfield and released as a single in January 1967; it was later added to the re-release of their first album, Buffalo Springfield. The single peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. This song is currently ranked #63 on Rolling Stone's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time as well as the eighth best song of 1967 by Acclaimed Music.

    For more, please see (may need to paste link manually):

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    Buffalo Springfield - For What its Worth subtitulado al español

    2:41

    Buffalo Springfield-For What its Worth (subtitulado español)

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    Buffalo Springfield On the Way Home

    2:27

    On the Way Home written by band member, Neil Young, was recorded by Buffalo Springfield November 15-December 13, 1967 at Sunset Sound Recorders in Hollywood, California with vocal by Richie Furay, Neil Young, and Stephen Stills. It appeared on their third and final album on Atco, Last Time Around, released on July 30, 1968 and available on CD. This sound recording is administered by WMG.

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    Buffalo Springfield/Neil Young - Broken Arrow

    6:14

    Broken Arrow is a song written by Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young and recorded by Buffalo Springfield on their 1967 album Buffalo Springfield Again. Broken Arrow was confessional folk rock. All three verses end with the same lines:

    Did you see them, did you see them?
    Did you see them in the river?
    They were there to wave to you.
    Could you tell that the empty quiver,
    Brown skinned Indian on the banks
    That were crowded and narrow,
    Held a broken arrow?

    The Blackfoot Indians would use a broken arrow to signal that they would cease fighting.
    Some people get this song and some people don't. I consider it a Neil Young masterpiece.

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    Stephen Stills & Neil Young Buffalo Springfield intervw 3/3

    1:11

    Stephen Stills & Neil Young Buffalo Springfield interview 3/3

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    Buffalo Springfield

    2:27

    For What It's Worth

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    Buffalo Springfield - Stills Boogie - Barn Rehearsals 1988

    3:45

    Buffalo Springfield Rehearsing for an abandoned tour in 1988. See more at: Manassas31retrocd.com

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    BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD - I AM A CHILD - Last Time Around HiDef :: SOTW #278

    2:20

    Bergo '45 Song of the Week #278 - Devon's Pick for 10/28/18:

    I Am A Child by Buffalo Springfield off the album Last Time Around (1968)
    Atco Records

    Children are still the way you were as a child,
    sad and happy in just the same way --
    and if you think of your childhood,
    you once again live among them,
    among the solitary children such as you were once.
    - Rainer Maria Rilke

    Neil Young hits his mark here, doesn't he --
    and to be speaking of Neil and Rilke in the same breath....
    rarified, that. - Devon Beuschel

    This is a weekly dive into the musical mind of Bergo '45. Each week, a new song is chosen by a different member of the band. Check out the playlist to see all of the past selections. Take a chair, grab a towel and give it a listen....


    Buffalo Springfield was a Canadian-American rock band active from 1966 to 1968 whose most prominent members were Stephen Stills, Neil Young, and Richie Furay. The group released three albums and several singles, including For What It's Worth. The band combined elements of folk and country music with British invasion and psychedelic-rock influences, and, along with the Byrds, were part of the early development of folk-rock.

    With a name taken from a brand of steamroller, Buffalo Springfield formed in Los Angeles in 1966 with Stills (guitar, keyboards, vocals), Dewey Martin (drums, vocals), Bruce Palmer (electric bass), Furay (guitar, vocals), and Young (guitar, harmonica, piano, vocals). The band signed to Atlantic Records in 1966 and released their debut single Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing, which became a hit in Los Angeles. The following January, the group released the protest song For What It's Worth, for which they are now best known. Their second album, Buffalo Springfield Again, marked their progression to psychedelia and hard rock.

    After various drug-related arrests and line-up changes, the group broke up in 1968. Stephen Stills went on to form the supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash with David Crosby of the Byrds and Graham Nash of the Hollies. Neil Young launched his solo career and later joined Stills in Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in 1969. Furay, along with Jim Messina, went on to form the country-rock band Poco. Buffalo Springfield was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997.

    All rights belong to their respective owners
    © Atco Records

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    Buffalo Springfield - Fox Theater - Oakland, CA - 6/2/11

    1:32:36

    Entire Show. Thanks to bklockhart for the opening video of the interior of the Fox Theater. Thanks to Little Wing for the video of On the Way Home and the beginning of Rock & Roll Woman. Thanks to BuffaloSpringgal for the video of Sad Memory. Audio patches: Schoeps ccm4, aerco ... used with permission. I am missing the video for Go and Say Goodbye and most of My Kind of Love, a still shot slide show was used with the audio for these songs. Note the ending non show video was from the LA show.

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    Buffalo Springfield Kind Woman

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    After the breakup of Buffalo Springfield in May1968, band members Richie Furay and Jim Messina assembled unreleased tracks recorded between mid-1967 and early 1968 into the group's final album, Last Time Around. From this album comes Kind Woman, written and sung by Richie Furay. Other personnel on the track are Jim Messina and Bruce Palmer - backing vocals, Rusty Young - pedal steel guitar, and Richard Davis - bass. The album is available on CD on East/West Records and the song can also be found on Retrospective CD on Elektra. This sound recording is administered by WMG. I do not own the right to the song, audio, or images contained in this video. No copyright infringement is intended. This purpose of this upload is for viewer enjoyment and education not for monetary gain.

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    Buffalo Springfield-Richie Furay-Neil Young-Behind The Scene

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    one of the finest bands of all time

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    Broken Arrow , Buffalo Springfield , 1967 Vinyl

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    Appears on the 1967 Buffalo Springfield Again album. Confessional folk rock ,consists of three verses ,interspersed with snippets of sounds, that uses surreal imagery to deal with emotions, emptiness of fame, teenage angst, hopelessness. They all end with the same lines: Did you see them? Written and performed by Neil young.

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    Buffalo Springfield opens show at Bonnaroo--On the Way Home--Live Saturday 2011-06-11

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    Bonnaroo fans and other happy campers chill off in the twilight ahead of Buffalo Springfield's Saturday evening performance.

    After the opening song, fans began to chant Turn it up! in reference to the speaker volume. This chanting ceased after the third song when the problem has apparently been addressed.

    Neil Young, positioned at the back of the stage, appears in videos captured from closer to the center of the field later in this show.

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    Robert Plant - For What its Worth - Buffalo Springfield cover - Amazing HQ Audio 2018

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    At the dawn of her 70th birthday, Led Zeppelin's former singer continues a tour that sees him go through the Vieilles Charrues, Pleyel and Carcassonne. A few hours before his concert at the festival Vieilles Charrues in Carhaix-Plouguer, and before a bike ride around Roscoff, this rock legend looks back on his career and explains what motivates him still. She is much more fulfilling than the previous ones. Many of the projects we did with my group were based on the polyrhythmic accents of African music. Following Juldeh Camara's return to West Africa, we have employed a new musician, Seth Lakeman, on the album Carry Fire (Warner). He has agreed to join us on tour. It brings us a completely different energy, and a lot more direct.

    How would you define your relationship with these Sensational Space Shifters? I spent a lot of time with Led Zeppelin, a dozen years in all. Jimmy Page produced the records, he was the leader at the beginning of the band, but it's fast. He was chitarrista Jimmy Page aveva smentito the possibility of a ritorno di quanto remained of Led Zeppelin - oltre to him, Robert Plant e John Paul Jones - has fronte delle speculazioni dei fan e della stampa sulle possibili iniziative legate ai festeggiamenti del fiftiennale della fondazione della leggendaria band britannica ecco che anche la voce di Immigrant Song, the speranze di rivedere insieme i superstiti della formazione. In an interview with Robert Planta, the press, he has been in charge of the press, and he has had the opportunity to meet at a meeting in Camden Town. Aggiungendo:

    Siamo molto soddisfatti e felici della nostra carriera molto molto breve. Thought well, solo son 12 anni. My dear, my sai. The Plant will be able to meet the needs of this country. Page 1 Jones possano essere i preselected by the edizione 2019 del Glastonbury Festival. Nessuno deve essere costretto. Vuoi fare qualcosa o not seen - oppure puoi o not puoi.

    You can find yourself in the studio or in a studio without a script, the iniziative per festeggiare i cinquant'anni dalla fondazione del gruppo non mancano, as the ristampa di The Song Remains The Same and the pubblicazione del libro Led Zeppelin by Led Zeppelin .

    You are here, a solo soloist, for your praise: Robert Plant, if you will be able to read it in the form of the San Siro, in Milano, with the help of Sensational Space Shifters Support of the Ultimate Fatima Solistica, Carry Fire, used the scorso mese di ottobre. Robert Plant has said that the only way that Led Zeppelin could meet is in a chip shop, which is equivalent to their umpteenth no to return to act with them.

    When the legendary rock band is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2018 and fans continue to speculate if they could get to meet in some special concerts to celebrate the significant date, even guitarist Jimmy Page has been forced to reject the idea and that I would be the first interested in having them on a stage.

    Plant seems to take it a lot more to joke. He has said a hundred times that he is not interested in doing it again, that his interests are other very different, he has said it in almost every possible way.

    Recently, speaking with the Press Association, he has finished: We would only meet at a chip store in Camden Town. I think that's the closest we'll be. We are very happy with our very, very short career. If you think about it, it's only 12 years. We got along well, but you know ...

    On the insistent rumors of whether Led Zeppelin could head Glastonbury next year. Plant replied: Nobody needs to coerce. Either you want to do something or not, or you can or can not. Led Zeppelin were formed in 1968 and were first dissolved in 1980. Later there were four meetings, in 1985, 1988, 1995 and, the last, in 2007.

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    The Story Behind For What Its Worth

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    The background story of Buffalo Springfield's 1966 hit song, with commentary by Stephen Stills, sociologist Mike Davis, musician/photographer Henry Diltz, publicist Billy James, sculptor/Sunset Strip scenemaker Vito Paulekas, music mogul David Geffen and producer Lenny Waronker. Clips are from the BBC documentaries Stephen Stills: Sounding Out and Hotel California: From The Byrds To The Eagles.
    (Sorry folks, but I had to disable commenting on this one because of idiotic morons who felt compelled to act like trolls and hurl insults. Not on my videos, people.)

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    For What its Worth - Buffalo Springfield, by Stanislas

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    Une semaine après le massacre de l'école élémentaire Sandy Hook de Newtown, Connecticut, je vous livre cette reprise à la Mémoire des Innocents, Victimes des fous soutenus indirectement par le commerce des armes et le deuxième amendement de la Constitution Américaine...

    Innocents all over the World, R.I.P.
    Si vous croyez en Dieu, Priez !
    Si non, Priez !

    /Paroles/
    There's somethin' happenin' here
    What it is ain't exactly clear
    here's a man with a gun over there
    Tellin' me, I got to beware

    I think it's time we stop, children, what's that sound?
    Everybody look what's going down

    There's battle lines being drawn
    Nobody's right if everybody's wrong
    Young people speakin' their minds
    Gettin' so much resistance from behind

    I think it's time we stop, hey, what's that sound?
    Everybody look what's going down

    What a field day for the heat
    (Hmm, hmm, hmm)

    A thousand people in the street
    (Hmm, hmm, hmm)

    Singing songs and carrying signs
    (Hmm, hmm, hmm)

    Mostly say, hooray for our side
    (Hmm, hmm, hmm)

    It's time we stop, hey, what's that sound?
    Everybody look what's going down

    Paranoia strikes deep
    Into your life it will creep
    It starts when you're always afraid
    You step out of line, the man come and take you away

    We better stop, hey, what's that sound?
    Everybody look what's going down
    We better stop, hey, what's that sound?
    Everybody look what's going down
    We better stop, now, what's that sound?
    Everybody look what's going down

    We better stop, children, what's that sound?
    Everybody look what's going down

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    For What Its Worth Guitar Lesson - Buffalo Springfield

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    Written by Stephen Stills and released by Buffalo Springfield in 1967, For What It's Worth has become known as one of the greatest protest songs from the 60's.

    From a guitar perspective it is very easy to play and provides a great opportunity to study how to layer guitar parts to produce interesting musical textures.

    The verse section is based around simple E major and A major chords. Those two chords form the foundation for two other guitar layers that are being played at the same time. The first layer is a simple little repetitive guitar lick that helps to give the music a little rhythmic momentum.

    The second guitar layer is that little natural harmonic riff that pretty much gives For What It's Worth it's signature sound.

    In this For What It's Worth guitar lesson video, I will show you how to play all 3 guitar parts of the verse!

    After that we have the chorus in which case I will demonstrate how to play the basic underlying chords. Once again everything is kept pretty simple here.

    At the end of the lesson, I will show you how to play the short guitar solo. This solo is also a good starting point if you want to try and figure out all the guitar fills that occur throughout the song.

    Have fun everyone! Carl..

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    Buffalo Springfield For What Its Worth 1967

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    Buffalo Springfield - For What It's Worth 1967

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