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Buffalo Springfield Again

Buffalo Springfield Again
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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.
Manufacturer: Atco
Release date: 30 October 1967
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0075679039125 UPC: 075679039125
Tags: 1967 (3), Rock (2), Usa (2), Canada (1), Pop (1), 1960's (1), Folk (1), American (1), Buffalo Springfield (1)
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50 Essential Albums of 1967 (50 music items)

"Fractious from the moment they formed, Buffalo Springfield made their superb second album in fits and starts alternately dominated by combative singer-guitarist-songwriters Stephen Stills and Neil Young. The latter predicted the wild eclecticism of his solo career with the California Stones-style fury of "Mr. Soul" and the symphonic restlessness of "Expecting to Fly," written after Young briefly quit the group in the summer of 1967. A gilded spider web of guitars and harmonies, Stills' "Rock & R"


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