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Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield Again (1967) ATCO Records/SD 33-226 - US Pressing - LP In 24bit/96kHz - ONLY RE-POST

Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield Again
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz | 900mb
Label: ATCO Records/SD 33-226 | Release: 1967 | Genre: Classic-Rock

Due in part to personnel problems which saw Bruce Palmer and Neil Young in and out of the group, Buffalo Springfield's second album did not have as unified an approach as their debut. Yet it doesn't suffer for that in the least – indeed, the group continued to make major strides in both their songwriting and arranging, and this record stands as their greatest triumph.
Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield (1966) ATCO Records - 2nd US Mono Pressing - LP In 24bit/96kHz - ONLY RE-POST

Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz | 900mb
Label: ATCO Records/33-200-A | Release: 1966 | Genre: Classic-Rock

The band themselves were displeased with this record, feeling that the production did not capture their on-stage energy and excitement. Yet to most ears, this debut sounds pretty great, featuring some of their most melodic and accomplished songwriting and harmonies, delivered with a hard-rocking punch.
Buffalo Springfield - Retrospective: The Best Of Buffalo Springfield (1969)

Buffalo Springfield - Retrospective: The Best Of Buffalo Springfield (1969)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 236 Mb (incl 5%) | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 110 Mb (incl 5%) | Scans included
Genre: Folk Rock, Country Rock, Psychedelic | Label: ATCO | # 38-105-2 | Time: 00:40:17

Retrospective: The Best of Buffalo Springfield may not be definitive, but it's a good, basic overview of the group's career, containing most of the group's biggest hits and signature songs. Yes, several worthy album cuts are missing, but as a sampler, this works quite well, offering a nice introduction to the group.
Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield Again (1967) ATCO Records/SD 33-226 - US Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield Again
Label: ATCO Records/SD 33-226 | Release: 1967 | Genre: Classic-Rock
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

Due in part to personnel problems which saw Bruce Palmer and Neil Young in and out of the group, Buffalo Springfield's second album did not have as unified an approach as their debut. Yet it doesn't suffer for that in the least – indeed, the group continued to make major strides in both their songwriting and arranging, and this record stands as their greatest triumph.
Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield (1966) ATCO Records/33-200-A - Second US Mono Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield
Label: ATCO Records/33-200-A | Release: 1966 | Genre: Classic-Rock
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz

The band themselves were displeased with this record, feeling that the production did not capture their on-stage energy and excitement. Yet to most ears, this debut sounds pretty great, featuring some of their most melodic and accomplished songwriting and harmonies, delivered with a hard-rocking punch.
Buffalo Springfield ‎– Last Time Around (1968) ATCO Records ‎/ SD 33-256 - US Gatefold - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Buffalo Springfield ‎– Last Time Around (Featuring "I Am A Child")
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz
Label: ATCO Records ‎/ SD 33-256 | Release: 1968 | Genre: Country-Rock

The internal dissension that was already eating away at Buffalo Springfield's dynamic on their second album came home to roost on their third and final effort, Last Time Around.

Buffalo Springfield - Last Time Around (1968)  

Posted by Thranduil at Dec. 28, 2009
Buffalo Springfield - Last Time Around (1968)

Buffalo Springfield - Last Time Around (1968)
FLAC Lossless, Cue, EAC Log File | Playtime: 00:34:17 | 204 MB
Genre: Folk Rock | Label: East/West Records | Release Date: 1968

One of America's seminal 1960s rock bands, Buffalo Springfield's brief career yielded just three studio albums before its various members splintered into a variety of successful solo career and new group endeavors (including Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Poco, and Loggins & Messina). In fact, one of its chief architects bolted before this, their last album, was even completed. Fortunately for both the band and their fans, Neil Young left behind a pair of pop gems–the band showcase "On the Way Home" and the country-tinged "I Am a Child." Stephen Stills largely picked up the slack in Young's absence, penning a slate of tunes as ambitious as they were eclectic (his "Questions" here eventually evolving into CSNY's "Carry On"), while Richie Furay weighs in with three tunes, including the clear Poco precursor "Kind Woman." A bit more pop-oriented than its predecessor, the often haunting Buffalo Springfield Again, but nearly as memorable. –Jerry McCulley

Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield (1966)  

Posted by Thranduil at Dec. 27, 2009
Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield (1966)

Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield (1966)
FLAC Lossless, Cue, EAC Log File | Playtime: 00:33:02 | 191 MB
Genre: Folk Rock | Label: Atco | Release Date: 1966

Although the Byrds receive more credit (and perhaps rightfully so), Buffalo Springfield, in some respects, were just as responsible for the country-rock and singer/songwriter explosion that continued through the full flight of the Eagles and later mutated into '90s neo-country. This 1966 debut reveals the precocious songwriting talents of both Neil Young and Stephen Stills; check out Stills's Beatlesque "Sit Down, I Think I Love You" and Young's weird (for '66!) but classic "Burned." Their next album, Again, is widely considered their best effort, but this is an excellent debut, made even stronger with the addition of their hit, the single-only "For What It's Worth." The CD offers both stereo and mono versions of each track. –Bill Holdship

Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield Again (1967)  

Posted by Thranduil at Dec. 27, 2009
Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield Again (1967)

Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield Again (1967)
FLAC Lossless, Cue, EAC Log File | Playtime: 00:34:06 | 204 MB
Genre: Folk Rock | Label: Atco | Release Date: 1967

Here's where Stephen Stills and Neil Young's on-and-off partnership fell apart for the first time. The liner notes to BS's debut album had announced, "Steve is the leader, but we all are" and described Neil Young as "hot and cold," which in retrospect seems like a warning. Young appears to have at least one foot out the door already, the ambitious "Broken Arrow" and "Expecting to Fly" clearly pointing toward a solo career. And for all the timeless excellence of Young's "Mr. Soul," it's Stills's "Bluebird" that defines Buffalo Springfield Again, much as his "For What It's Worth" defined its predecessor. In one song, the group demonstrates astonishing versatility (from rock to folk to bluegrass), without the saccharine touches that mar Stills's post-Springfield work. But for all their considerable recorded achievements, Buffalo Springfield always felt like a band that never reached its potential. –David Wolf

Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield Again (1967)  

Posted by Lastnightmare at May 17, 2008
Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield Again (1967)

Buffalo Springfield - Buffalo Springfield Again (1967)
76,86 MB | Hard Rock | 192 kbps | MP3