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BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD
SITE MAP
PAGE INDEX
[What's New]
MUSIC
[Intro]
[Personnel] [1966 - First Album - Buffalo Springfield] [1967 - Second Album - Again] [1968 - Third Album - Last Time Around]
THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD DIARIES BY NICK WARBURTON
[1966] [1967] [1968] [1969] [1970]
REFERENCE
[Print Media/Books] [Audio Media/Discography] [Video Media/Filmography] [Other Buffalo Springfield Links]
MISC
[Classifieds]
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BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD
WHAT's NEW
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What's new on this web page?

If you see the date changing on this page, without an announcement in this section, it is probably something like fixing minor coding problems, spelling errors, minor layout changes, new page on this site (so I changed bottom index), ... Any major changes to this page, will be announced here.

June 9, 2011. Rolling Stone interview with Richie Furay about upcoming 30 city tour.

June 9-12, 2011. Buffalo Springfield (featuring Richie Furay, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Rick Rosas, Joe Vitale) is scheduled to play at the Bonnaroo Festival in Manchester, TN.

June 4-5, 2011. Buffalo Springfield (featuring Richie Furay, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Rick Rosas, Joe Vitale) is scheduled to play at the Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA.

June 1-2, 2011. Buffalo Springfield (featuring Richie Furay, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Rick Rosas, Joe Vitale) is scheduled to play at the Fox Theater, Oakland, CA.

November 20, 2010. Nick Warburton, journalist and author has been working on a daily calendar of events for the Buffalo Springfield, as well as for the individual members both before and after Buffalo Springfield. In an effort to present this information to the fans who would enjoy it, the information will be posted on the ChromeOxide.com website. For the years 1966 through 1970 there is a seperate page for each year. [1966] [1967] [1968] [1969] [1970] Both Nick and myself would appreciate any additions or corrections.

October 23 and 24, 2010. The Bridge School Benefit that will take place in Mountain View, California will include a band called Buffalo Springfield whose members will be original members Neil Young, Stephen Stills, and Richie Furay. Rick Rosas will replace the late Bruce Palmer and Joe Vitale will replace the late Dewey Martin.

July 18, 2005. I just noticed that the ezBoard message board that I had set up for this web site had been deleted. Since restoration of the deleted conference is only available to subscribers to their service, and since the activity was relatively light, I not planning on looking for another message board. If you do think a message board is worth while, or you have a message board that you like, let me know and I may promote it here. As always you can contact me here.

May 6, 2003. Poco has reformed, and has a new CD out. Chrome Oxide, in association with Poco (and Klew Media), will be giving away 2 autographed copies of their new CD. This promotion ends June 6, 2003. All you need to do is to sign up for your chance to win. Visit the official Poco website at PocoNut.com.

August 8, 2001. I picked up my copy of the Buffalo Springfield box set. I will be correcting and updating my site to agree with the information in the box set (which includes recording details, live show listing, newspaper clippings, photos, ...).

June 12, 2001. The very long awaited Buffalo Springfield box set is scheduled to be released July 3, 2001. Read the press release about it at Rhino Records

March 10, 2001. It looks like I may have been premature in moving to a new web hosting site. I just found out that whenever Tripod.com is having hardware or software problems with their servers, they put up a message for the webmaster that their site is in violation of terms, and the web site has been deleted (instead of a message about system problems and try again later). Anyway, I believed Tripod.com when they said they deleted my account, so I will be moving, and making chromeoxide.com my new home on the web.

March 10, 2001. As long as I am moving my entire site, I decided to make a few changes to the layout of the individual pages, and the web site in general, including (but not limited to) I removed the counter, and moved the listings of mirror sites to the bottom of the page, ...

March 6, 2001. Sometime between March 1 to March 5, 2001 Tripod deleted my account/web site. The last stats Tripod gave me were 9,000+ visitors per month. Since my site is so popular, I have decided to keep it going, in spite of this major setback. But rather than trying to build up another free web site, and possibly deal with this problem again, I decided go with CommandLine.net to host the new chromeoxide.com.

February 11, 2001. Woodhaven Entertainment just released Buffalo Springfield (Revisited) In Concert (Summerfest 1986) on VHS and DVD. For ordering information, e-mail Woodhaven Entertainment. Also, be sure to check out their ad in the Classifieds section on this page.

October 31, 2000. The new Chrome Oxide Music Collectors Pages Message Board is provided by EZBoard.

October 31, 1999. There used to be a complete listing of all the bands featured on this site at the bottom of each page on this site. The complete band list has now been moved to the Site Map.

Back in June 1997 when I started this site, the index at the bottom of the page seemed like a good idea. Due to the amazing growth of this site, I now think that the Site Map is a better way to do it.

I will continue to list the featured band of the month at the bottom of each page on this site.

December 3, 2002 CD Now is undergoing changes, and asked that ALL links be removed.
October 28, 1999 I signed up with CD Now.

October 22, 1999. The Chrome Oxide Music Collector Pages web site hit the big time! And I didn't even know it.

Tripod stats showed that this web site had more than 4,000 unique visitors last month (September 1999). Because of that, Tripod has increased my web space from 11mb to 50mb.

October 6, 1999. I just read in a recent copy of Record Collector magazine, that the 4CD set is completely assembled, ready to go, EXCEPT for some releases (legal mumbo jumbo). Rumor has it this will be released in mid 2000.

September 24, 1999. I just purchased For What It's Worth - The Story Of Buffalo Springfield. As I read the book, I will try to make corrections and additions to this web page as needed.

May 21, 1999. On the advice of legal counsel, we have now added a copyright notice, and legal disclaimer to the bottom of each page on this web site.

March 31, 1999. I started a new section on this page, Classifieds. Now, if someone is interesed in putting an ad here, or I find something I think is worthwhile, there is a place for it.

March 16, 1999. Thanks to a recent visitor to this page, we now have a logo for the Chrome Oxide Music Collectors Pages, as well as a new background and seperator bars. There may be additional changes to look forward to as well.

January 9, 1999. No major changes or new information, but I did manage to scan in another album cover from my collection.

It also looks like there will be a box set released this year. It looks like they are planning on including at least some rare tracks in this set. I will post more details as I receive them.

October 08, 1998. The original three Buffalo Springfield LPs have been re-issued recently with the mono version, and stereo version on a single CD. I will be picking them up as time and budget permit.

August 19, 1998. I started creating this page. :-)

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BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD
INTRO:
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Buffalo Springfield - band photo'

Buffalo Springfield, was a mid 1960s folk/country/pop/rock/... band from Los Angeles, California, that was led by Stephen Stills and Neil Young. Both strong personalities, with strong songwriting skills. And with them in charge (fighting for control), they didn't leave much space for any of the other members to influence the band. Both Stephen Stills and Neil Young soon had difficulties dealing with each other. So while the band didn't last very long, and the personnel continously changed, they did manage to release three albums before they split up. All three of the albums are still in print and worth buying.

Their musical legacy includes:
Crosby, Stills and Nash
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
Stephen Stills
Neil Young
Stills Young Band
Poco
Loggins and Messina
Souther Hillman and Furay

Bruce Palmer died October 1, 2004. He was 58 years old.
top40-charts.com Guitarist Bruce Palmer for 1960's band Buffalo Springfield dies
Rolling Stone Springfield's Palmer Dies

Dewey Martin died January 31, 2009. He was 68 years old.
Yahoo! News Buffalo Springfield drummer Dewey Martin dies
Rolling Stone Buffalo Springfield Drummer Dewey Martin Passes Away at 68

Comments and corrections would be appreciated.

And of course, any audio-video-print additions to my collection would be appreciated.

I am also interested in getting wider exposure for this site. So links from your site to mine would be appreciated. And if you know of any sites that allow/encourage submission, I would also appreciate knowing about them as well.

Do you have any articles, books, albums, tapes, CDs, ... on this band that you would like reviewed and / or integrated into this page?

Do you have any other band that you would like to see a page for on this site?

Please send to:

Chrome Oxide
P.O.Box 8106
Mission Hills, CA 91346-8106

Chrome Oxide
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BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD
Personnel
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PERSONNEL: April 6, 1966 - April 9, 1968
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Billy Mundi - drums, vocals (joined 3 days later)

PERSONNEL: April 9, 1966 - January 9, 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

PERSONNEL: January 1967 - January 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

PERSONNEL: January 20-22, 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Ken Forssi - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

PERSONNEL: January 25, 1967 - February 10, 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Ken Koblun - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

PERSONNEL: February 17, 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Miles Thomas - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

PERSONNEL: February 22, 1967 - June 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Jim Fielder - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

PERSONNEL: June 1967 - June 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Jim Fielder - guitar
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

PERSONNEL: June 1967 - August 12, 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Doug Hastings - guitar
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

PERSONNEL: August 12, 1967 - January 1968
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

PERSONNEL: January 1968 - February 1968
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Jim Messina - bass, vocals
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

PERSONNEL: March 1968 - March 1968
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Jim Messina - bass, vocals
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

PERSONNEL: March 1968 - May 5, 1968 (Neil Young quit, but stayed until tour finished)
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Jim Messina - bass, vocals
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals
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BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD
Buffalo Springfield (first album)
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PERSONNEL: April 6, 1966 - April 9, 1968
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Billy Mundi - drums, vocals (joined 3 days later)

PERSONNEL: April 9, 1966 - January 9, 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

LIVE SHOW: April 11, 1966 Troubador, West Hollywood, CA (a7)

LIVE SHOW: April 15, 1966 Swing Auditorium, Orange Showgrounds, San Bernardino, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 16, 1966 Gym, College of San Mateo, San Mateo, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 22, 1966 Los Angeles Harbor College, Wilmington, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 23, 1966 Colt Gym, Covina High School, Covina, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 30, 1966 Bakersfield Colege, Bakersfield, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: 1966 Auditorium, Hollywood High School, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: 1966 Palisades High School, Los Angeles, CA (a7)

LIVE SHOW: May 2, 1966 Valley Music Theater, Woodland Hills, CA
LIVE SHOW: May 2, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 3, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 4, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 5, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 6, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 7, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 7, 1966 Gym, Adolfo Camarillo High School, Camarillo, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 7, 1966 Hillside Theater, Occidental College, Eagle Rock, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 8, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 9, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 10, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 11, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 12, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 13, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 14, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 15, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 16, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 17, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 18, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 19, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 20, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 21, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 22, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 11, 1966 - June 20 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (p3)

LIVE SHOW: June 2, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 3, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 3, 1966 Gym, Baldwin Park High School, Baldwin Park, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 4, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 5, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 6, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 7, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 8, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 9, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 10, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 11, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 12, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 13, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 14, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 15, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 16, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 17, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 18, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 26, 1966 Cinnamon Cinder, San Diego, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 27, 1966 Cinnamon Cinder, San Diego, CA (a7)

STUDIO SESSION: June 1966 Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    There Goes My Babe (demo)
(a6)    There Goes My Baby (? September 1966 ?)
(a7)    Hello, I've Returned (demo)
(a7)    Come On (demo)
(a1)(a4)Come On (English White Elpee)
        Come On Lover (February 1967 - May 1967)

STUDIO SESSION: July 1966 Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Out Of My Mind (demo)
(a7)    Flying On The Ground Is Wrong (demo)
(a7)    I'm Your Kind Of Guy (demo)
(a7)    Baby Don't Scold Me (demo)
(a7)    Neighbor, Don't You Worry (demo)
(a7)    We'll See (demo)
(a7)    Sad Memory (demo)
(a7)    Can't Keep Me Down (demo)

STUDIO SESSION: date/location unknown
(a8)    Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing (demo)

STUDIO SESSION: July 18, 1966 Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing (album version)
(a7)    Go And Say Goodbye (album version)

VIDEO SESSION: July 22, 1966 Dance Time TV, San Diego, CA (a7)

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'ticket stub - hollywood bowl show

LIVE SHOW: July 25, 1966 Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA
        Go And Say Goodbye
        Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
        Sit Down I Think I Love You
        My Kind Of Love

STUDIO SESSION: August 1966 Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Sit Down, I Think I Love You (album version)
(a7)    Leave (album version)
(a7)    Hot Dusty Roads (album version)
(a7)    Everybody's Wrong (album version)
(a7)    Burned (album version)
(a7)    Do I have To come Right Out And Say It (album version)
(a1)    Do I Have To Come Right Out And Say It (September 1966) (Gold Star acetate-first album)
(a7)    Out Of My Mind (album version)
(a7)    Pay The Price (album version)

STUDIO SESSION: September 1966 Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Down, Down, Down (demo)
(a7)    Kahuna Sunset (recorded for a radio promotion)
(a7)    Buffalo Stomp (Raga) (unused/unfinished)
(a1)    Raga One (instrumental #1) (New York) (Gold Star acetate)
(a1)    Raga Two (instrumental #2) (New York) (Gold Star acetate)
(a7)    Baby Don't Scold Me (unused/unfinished)
(a1)    Baby Don't Scold Me #1 (September 1966) (Gold Star acetate-first album)
(a1)(a3)Baby Don't Scold Me #2 (September 1966)
(a8)    The Greatest Song On Earth (aka Sell Out) (September 1967, February 1967 - May 1967, late 1967 - February 1968)
(a8)    Buffalo Stomp (Raga) (alternate version)

PERSONNEL:
        Jim Fielder - bass (temporary substitute for Bruce Palmer)

LIVE SHOW: September 2, 1966 Melodyland Theatre, Anaheim, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: September 3, 1966 Melodyland Theatre, Anaheim, CA (a7)

STUDIO SESSION: September 10, 1966 Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, CA
STUDIO SESSION: September 11, 1966 Columbia Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Flying On The Ground Is Wrong (album version)
(a7)    Down, Down, Down (unused/unfinished) (? June 30, 1967 ?)
(a7)    Neighbor, Don't You Worry (unused/unfinished)
(a1)    Neighbor, Don't You Worry #1 (September 1966) (Columbia Reference Recording acetate)
(a6)    Neighbor, Don't You Worry #2 (September 1966)

STUDIO SESSION: late 1966 / early 1967
(a6)    Ringing Bells (? ???? ?)

LIVE SHOW: October 7, 1966 Third i, Redondo Beach, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: October 8, 1966 Third i, Redondo Beach, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: October 14, 1966 Third i, Redondo Beach, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: October 15, 1966 Third i, Redondo Beach, CA (a7)

PERSONNEL:
        Jim Fielder - bass (temporary substitute for Bruce Palmer)

LIVE SHOW: October 22, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7) (p1)

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Buffalo Springfield - album cover'


STUDIO SESSION: Buffalo Springfield (album)
(released October 1966 - re-released March 25, 1967 )
(mono version on box set - disc 4)
(a7)    For What It's Worth (December 5, 1966)
        Baby Don't Scold Me
("Baby Don't Scold Me" on initial album, replaced by "For What It's Worth")
(a7)    Burned (August 1966)
(a7)    Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing (July 18, 1966)
(a7)    Flying On The Ground Is Wrong (September 10, 1966)
(a7)    Hot Dusty Roads (August 1966)
(a7)    Go And Say Goodbye (July 18, 1966)
(a7)    Sit Down, I Think I Love You (August 1966)
(a7)    Everybody's Wrong (August 1966)
(a7)    Do I have To come Right Out And Say It (August 1966)
(a7)    Leave (August 1966)
(a7)    Out Of My Mind (August 1966)
(a7)    Pay The Price (August 1966)

LIVE SHOW: November 11, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 12, 1966 Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 12, 1966 Gay 90's, San Francisco, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 12, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 13, 1966 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)
LIVE SHOWs: November ??, 1966 The Ark, Sausalito, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 21, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 22, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 23, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 24, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 25, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 26, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 27, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)

LIVE SHOW: December 2, 1966 Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (p1) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December 3, 1966 Avalon Ballroom, San Francisco, CA (p1)

STUDIO SESSION: December 5, 1966 Columbia Studios, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    For What It's Worth (album version)

LIVE SHOW: December 10, 1966 Steve McQueen's House, Brentwood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December ??, 1966 Dean Martin's House, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December ??, 1966 Whisky-A-Go Go, Hollywood, CA (a7)

VIDEO SESSION: December 27, 1966 Where the Action Is (TV), ? Hullaballo, Hollywood, CA (a7)
(broadcast January 9, 1967)
        For What Its Worth (lip sync-not live)

VIDEO SESSION: December 28, 1966 American Bandstand (TV), ABC Television Center, Hollywood, CA (a7)
(broadcast January 21, 1967)
        For What Its Worth (lip sync-not live)

LIVE SHOW: December 30, 1966 Night Owl Cafe, New York City, NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December 31, 1966 Ondine's, New York City, NY (a7)
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BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD
Buffalo Springfield Again (second LP)
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PERSONNEL: April 9, 1966 - January 9, 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

LIVE SHOW: January 1, 1967 Ondine's, New York City, NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 2, 1967 Ondine's, New York City, NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 3, 1967 Ondine's, New York City, NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 4, 1967 Ondine's, New York City, NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 5, 1967 Ondine's, New York City, NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 6, 1967 Ondine's, New York City, NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 7, 1967 Ondine's, New York City, NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 8, 1967 Ondine's, New York City, NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 9, 1967 Ondine's, New York City, NY (a7)

PERSONNEL: January 1967 - January 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

STUDIO SESSION: January 9, 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York
(a7)    Mr. Soul (unused/unfinished)
(a7)    We'll See (unused/unfinished)
(a1)(a4)We'll See (English White Elpee)
(a7)    My Kind Of Love (unused/unfinished)
(a1)    My Kind Of Love (September 1966) (Gold Star acetate-first album)

PERSONNEL: January 20, 1967
        Dickie Davis - bass (pretended to play bass-one time only)

VIDEO SESSION: January 20, 1967 Hollywood Palace (TV), Palace, Hollywood, CA (a7)
(broadcast April 8, 1967)
(also on "Journey Through The Past")
(6 appearances on the T.V. show, Hollywood Palace.)
(a5)    For What Its Worth
(a5)(a9)Mr. Soul

PERSONNEL: January 20-22, 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Ken Forssi - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

LIVE SHOW: January 20, 1967 Gazzarri's (Hollywood-A-Go-Go), West Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 21, 1967 Gazzarri's (Hollywood-A-Go-Go), West Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 22, 1967 Gazzarri's (Hollywood-A-Go-Go), West Hollywood, CA (a7)

PERSONNEL: January 25, 1967 - February 10, 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Ken Koblun - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

LIVE SHOW: January 25, 1967 Tempo, San Francisco, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 27, 1967 Hullabaloo, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 28, 1967 Hullabaloo, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 28, 1967 Rolling Hills High School, Rolling Hills, CA (a7)

PERSONNEL:
        Neil Young (missing due to ill health-on this session)

VIDEO SESSION: February 1, 1967 Where The Action Is (TV), Los Angeles, CA (a7)
(broadcast February 22, 1967)
        Sit Down I Think I Love You

LIVE SHOW: February 2, 1967 Hullabaloo, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 3, 1967 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 4, 1967 Swing Auditorium, National Orange Showgrounds, San Bernadino, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 5, 1967 Hollywood Palladium, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 6, 1967 Cinnamon Cinder, Long Beach, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 8, 1967 Albuquerque, NM (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 9, 1967 Santa Fe, NM (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 10, 1967 Lubbock, TX (a7)

PERSONNEL: February 17, 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Miles Thomas - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

VIDEO SESSION: February 17, 1967 Smothers Brothers Show (TV), CBS TV Center, Hollywood, CA (a7)
(broadcast February 26, 1967)
        For What Its Worth (lip sync)
        Go And Say Goodbye

PERSONNEL: February 22, 1967 - June 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Jim Fielder - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

LIVE SHOW: February 22, 1967 Valley Music Theater, Woodland Hills, CA (a7)

STUDIO SESSION: February 26, 1967 Atlantic Studios, New York
(a7)    Pretty Girl Why (unused/unfinished)

VIDEO SESSION: February/March 1967 Shebang (TV), KTLA-TV Studios, Los Angeles, CA (a7)
(broadcast March 11, 1967)
        For What Its Worth

STUDIO SESSION: March 1967 Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Words I Must Say (demo)
(a7)    Nobody's Fool (demo)
(a7)    So You've Got A Lover (demo)
(a7)    My Angel (demo)

VIDEO SESSION: March 5, 1967 Go!!! (TV) Studio 4, NBC Color City, Burbank, CA (a7)
(broadcast April 23, 1967)
        Go And Say Goodbye
        Mr. Soul ?

STUDIO SESSION: March 7-13, 1967 Sound Recorders
(a7)    No Sun Today (unused/unfinished)

LIVE SHOW: March 10, 1967 Rollareana, San Leandro, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: March 11, 1967 Longshoremen's Hall, San Francisco, CA (p1) (a7)

STUDIO SESSION: March 15, 1967 Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, CA
STUDIO SESSION: September 14, 1967 United Recording, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Everydays (album version)

LIVE TOUR: March 18-26, 1967 (incomplete-other shows in Seattle area)
LIVE SHOW: March 17, 1967 Civic Auditorium, San Jose, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: March 18, 1967 Happening, Seattle, WA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: March 21, 1967 Seattle Center Coliseum, Seattle, WA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: March 22, 1967 Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR (a7)
LIVE SHOW: March 23, 1967 Second City, Corvalalis, OR (a7)
LIVE SHOW: March 24, 1967 Red Carpet, South Tacoma, WA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: March 27, 1967 Carousel Theatre, West Covina, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: March 30, 1967 Berkeley Community Theater, Berkeley, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: March 31, 1967 Campus Hall, University of California, Irvine, CA (a7)

STUDIO SESSION: March 28, 1967 Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, CA
STUDIO SESSION: March 30-April 18, 1967 Columbia Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Down To The Wire (demo) (Stephen Stills - vocals) (unused/unfinished)
        Down To The Wire (demo) (Neil Young - vocals) (on Decade CD) (unused/unfinished)
(a1)(a4)Down To The Wire #1 (English White Elpee)
(a1)    Down To The Wire #2 (Gold Star acetate)
        Down To The Wire (February 1967 - May 1967)

LIVE SHOW: April 1, 1967 Robertson Gym, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA (p1)

STUDIO SESSION: April 4, 1967 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Bluebird (short version) (album version)

STUDIO SESSION: buffalo springfield - bluebird roots (studio) (TMOQ 71035)
(a3)(a0)Bluebird (long version)
        Bluebird (alternate long version)

LIVE SHOW: April 6, 1967 Memorial Gymnasium, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA (p1)
(April 7 per e-mail-I am waiting for scan of poster) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 8, 1967 Gym, Cabrillo College, Aptos, CA (a7)

STUDIO SESSIONs: April 8, 1967
        Mr. Soul
(a8)    Mr. Soul (alternate mix - 45)

LIVE SHOW: April 11, 1967 Rock Garden, San Francisco, CA (p1) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 12, 1967 Rock Garden, San Francisco, CA (p1) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 13, 1967 Rock Garden, San Francisco, CA (p1) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 14, 1967 Rock Garden, San Francisco, CA (p1) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 15, 1967 Rock Garden, San Francisco, CA (p1) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 16, 1967 Rock Garden, San Francisco, CA (p1) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 22, 1967 Freeborn Hall, University of California, Davis, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 27, 1967 Pavilion, Cubberly High School, Palo Alto, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 28, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 29, 1967 Hollywood Bowl, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 29, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 30, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)

STUDIO SESSIONs: February 1967 - May 1967
(Gold Star, Columbia and Sunset Sound)
        Who's The Next Fool (February 1967 - May 1967) (late 1967 - February 1968)
        I Guess You Made It (February 1967 - May 1967) (late 1967 - February 1968)

LIVE TOUR: May 1967 short tour of MidWest - Iowa, Indiana, Illinois
LIVE SHOW: May 5, 1967 Morgan Gym, Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 5, 1967 Swinging Gate, Fort Wayne, IN (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 6, 1967 KRNT Theater, Des Moines, IA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 7, 1967 Masonic Temple, Davenport, IA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May ??, 1967 New Place, Algonquin, IL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May ??, 1967 Crimson Cougar, Aurora, IL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 13, 1967 Cellar, Arlington, IL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 16, 1967 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA (p3) (?)
LIVE SHOW: May 17, 1967 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA (p3) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 18, 1967 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA (p3) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 19, 1967 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA (p3) (?)
LIVE SHOW: May 20, 1967 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA (p3) (?)
LIVE SHOW: May 21, 1967 Whisky-A-Go-Go, Los Angeles, CA (p3) (?)
LIVE SHOW: May ??, 1967 DuPage County Fairgrounds Arena Headquarters, Wheaton, IL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 20, 1967 Roberts Stadium, University Of Evansville, Evansville, IN (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 21, 1967 Gary, IN (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 21, 1967 Cheetah, Chicago, IL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May ??, 1967 Decatur, IL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May ??, 1967 Moline, IL (a7)

STUDIO SESSIONs: May 6, 1967 - summer 1967
        Whiskey Boot Hill
        Slowly Buring

STUDIO SESSION: May 6, 1967 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Expecting To Fly (album version) (? August 24, 1967 ?)

PERSONNEL: June 1967 - June 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Jim Fielder - guitar
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

LIVE SHOW: June 2, 1967 Canobie Lake Park Ballroom, Salem, New Hampshire (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 3, 1967 Where It's At, Boston, MA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 4, 1967 Where It's At, Boston, MA

PERSONNEL: June 1967 - August 12, 1967
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Doug Hastings - guitar
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

STUDIO SESSION: June 1967
(a7)    Hung Upside Down (demo)

LIVE SHOW: June 8, 1967 Hal Baby's Teen Club, Aurora, Denver, CO (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 9, 1967 City Auditorium, Colorado Springs, CO (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 10, 1967 Portland, OR (a7)

PERSONNEL: June 18, 1967
        David Crosby - guitar, vocals (one night ony)

LIVE SHOW: June 18, 1967 Monterey Pop Festival, Monterey County Fairgrounds, Monterey, CA (a7)
        For What It's Worth
        Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
        Child's Claim To Fame
        Pretty Girl Why
        Rock and Roll Woman
        Bluebird

LIVE SHOW: June 23, 1967 Tri State Coliseum, Amarillo, TX (a7)
LIVE SHOW: June 24, 1967 Memorial Auditorium, Dallas, TX (a7)

STUDIO SESSION: June 21, 1967 Columbia Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    A Child's Claim To Fame (album version) (? August 30, 1967 ?)

STUDIO SESSION: June 22-August 8, 1967 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
STUDIO SESSION: October 3, 1967 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Rock'n'Roll Woman (album version)

STUDIO SESSION: June 30, 1967 Columbia Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
STUDIO SESSION: September 1-5, 1967 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Hung Upside Down (album version)

STUDIO SESSIONs: June 30, 1967
        Nobody's Fool (June 30, 1967) (late 1967 - February 1968)

PERSONNEL: June 30, 1967
        Neil Young - guitar, vocals (rejoined for one evening)

LIVE SHOW: June 30, 1967 Hullabaloo, Hollywood, CA (a7)

LIVE SHOW: July 1, 1967 Hullabaloo, Hollywood, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: July 14, 1967 Malibu Shore and Beach Club, Lido Beach, Long Island, New York (a7)
VIDEO SESSION: July 1967 Malibu U, ABC (TV), Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA (a7)
(broadcast July 28, 1967)
        Bluebird

LIVE TOUR: July ??, 1967 Texas, Illinois, Minnesota

LIVE SHOW: July 19, 1967 Convention Hall, Minneapolis, MN (a7)
LIVE SHOW: July 20, 1967 Convention Hall, Minneapolis, MN (a7)
LIVE SHOW: July 21, 1967 Convention Hall, Minneapolis, MN (a7)
LIVE SHOW: 1967 Majestic Hills Convention Center, Lake Geneva, WI (a7)
LIVE SHOW: July 25, 1967 New Sound Dance Club YMCA, Racine, WI (a7)
LIVE SHOW: 1967 Morgue, Deccatur, IL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: 1967 Dark Spot, Roselle, IL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: 1967 Indian Crossing Casino, Waupaca, WI (a7)
LIVE SHOW: July 29, 1967 Big Top Historyland, Old Hayward, WI (a7)

STUDIO SESSION: August 1967 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Good Time Boy (album version)

STUDIO SESSION: August 1967 Gold Star Studios, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    One More Sign (demo)
(a6)    One More Sign (? September 1966? )
(a7)    The Rent Is Always Due (demo)
(a7)    Round And Round And Round (demo)
(a7)    Old Lady Laughing (demo)

LIVE SHOW: August 1, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: August 2, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: August 3, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: August 4, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: August 5, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: August 6, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)

LIVE SHOW: August 11, 1967 Teen and Twenty Club, Huntington Beach, CA (a7)
(a8)(a9)Go and Say Goodbye
(a8)(a9)Mr. Soul
(a8)(a9)Bluebird
    (a9)Rock And Roll Woman (vocals missing)
    (a9)???????? (vocals missing)

PERSONNEL: August 12, 1967 - January 1968
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

LIVE SHOW: August 12, 1967 Teen and Twenty Club, Huntington Beach, CA (a7)

VIDEO SESSION: August 14, 1967 Mannix (TV)
(broadcast October 28, 1967)
        For What Its Worth (live vocals only)
        Bluebird ?

LIVE SHOW: August 18, 1967 Kings Beach Bowl, Kings Beach, Lake Tahoe, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: August 19, 1967 Kings Beach Bowl, Kings Beach, Lake Tahoe, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: August 20, 1967 Hi Corbett Field, Tuscon, AZ (a7)
LIVE SHOW: August 25, 1967 Swing Auditorium, National Orange Showgrounds, San Bernadino, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: August 26, 1967 Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, CA (a7)

STUDIO SESSION: August 25, 1967 Columbia Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
STUDIO SESSION: September 5-18, 1967 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Broken Arrow (album version)

LIVE SHOW: September 1, 1967 Cheetah, Venice/Santa Monica, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: September 2, 1967 Cheetah, Venice/Santa Monica, CA (a7)

STUDIO SESSION: September 5, 1967 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Sad Memory (album version)

VIDEO SESSION: September 28, 1967 Popendipity (TV), Warwick Theater, Providence, RI (a7)

LIVE SHOW: September 29, 1967 Campus Center Ballroom, State University of New York, Albany NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: September 30, 1967 Gym, Jamestown Community College, Jamestown, NY (a7)

VIDEO SESSION: October 1, 1967 Sights and Sounds of San Francisco, KGO (TV) Studio, San Francisco, CA (a7)
VIDEO SESSION: October 2, 1967 Sights and Sounds of San Francisco, KGO (TV) Studio, San Francisco, CA (a7)
VIDEO SESSION: October 3, 1967 Sights and Sounds of San Francisco, KGO (TV) Studio, San Francisco, CA (a7)
VIDEO SESSION: October 4, 1967 Sights and Sounds of San Francisco, KGO (TV) Studio, San Francisco, CA (a7)
VIDEO SESSION: October 5, 1967 Sights and Sounds of San Francisco, KGO (TV) Studio, San Francisco, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: October 6, 1967 Family Dog, 1601 West Evans Street, Denver, CO (p1) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: October 7, 1967 Family Dog, 1601 West Evans Street, Denver, CO (p1) (a7)
VIDEO SESSION: October 1967 (TV) (a7)
(broadcast November 6, 1967)
LIVE SHOW: October 21, 1967 Pavilion, Santa Rosa Fairgrounds, Santa Rosa, CA (a7)
        Pay the Price
        My Kind of Love
        Nobody's Fool
        Nowadays Clancy
        Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
        Mr. Soul
        Rock and Roll Woman
        Baby Please Come Home
        Hung Upside Down
        For What It's Worth
        Bluebird

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Again - album cover'

STUDIO SESSION: Buffalo Springfield Again (album)
(released November 1967)
        Mr. Soul (April 8, 1967)
(a7)    Rock'n'Roll Woman (June 22, 1967)
(a7)    A Child's Claim To Fame (June 21, 1967)
(a7)    Everydays (March 15, 1967)
(a7)    Expecting To Fly (May 6, 1967)
(a7)    Hung Upside Down (June 30, 1967)
(a7)    Sad Memory (September 5, 1967)
(a7)    Good Time Boy (August 1967)
(a7)    Broken Arrow (August 25, 1967)
(a7)    Bluebird (short version) (April 4, 1967)

VIDEO SESSION: November 2, 1967 Woody Woodbury Show (TV), Los Angeles, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 3, 1967 Swing Auditorium, National Orange Showgrounds, San Bernadino, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 4, 1967 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 10, 1967 Alexander Hamilton Senior High School, Los Angeles, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 10, 1967 Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA (p1) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 11, 1967 Shrine Exposition Hall, Los Angeles, CA (p1) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 12, 1967 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA ?
LIVE SHOW: 1967 Lowry Air Force Base, Denver, CO (a7)

STUDIO SESSION: November 15-December 13, 1967 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    On The Way Home (aka Telephone Pole) (unused/unfinished)

LIVE TOUR: 10 day East Coast tour
LIVE SHOW: November 17, 1967 Masonic Auditorium, Detroit, MI (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 18, 1967 Athletic Center, Le Moyne College, Syracuse, NY (a7)
        For What It's Worth
        Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
        Rock and Roll Woman
        Bluebird
        (?)
LIVE SHOW: November 18, 1967 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 19, 1967 Richmond Arena, Richmond, VA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 19, 1967 DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, DC (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 20, 1967 Bushnell Memorial Hall, Hartford, CT (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 20, 1967 Gym, Fairfield University, Fairfield, CT (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 21, 1967 Westchester County Center, White Plains, NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 22, 1967 Penn Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA (a7)
VIDEO SESSION: November 22, 1967 Clark Race...With It (TV), KDKA-TV Studios, Pittsburgh, PA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 23, 1967 Back Bay Theater, Boston, MA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 24, 1967 Rhode Island Auditorium, Providence, RI (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 24, 1967 Back Bay Theater, Boston, MA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 25, 1967 Fieldhouse West Point, West Point Military Academy, West Point, NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 25, 1967 Alumni Hall, St. John's University, Jamaica, NY (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 26, 1967 Walsh Auditorium, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ (a7)
LIVE SHOW: November 26, 1967 Civic Center, Baltimore, MD (a7)

LIVE SHOW: December 1, 1967 Eupphoria, Brockton, MA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December 2, 1967 Eupphoria, Brockton, MA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December 7, 1967 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December 8, 1967 Governor's Hall, California State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December 9, 1967 Civic Auditorium, Santa Monica, CA (a7)

STUDIO SESSION: December 9, 1967 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Whatever Happened To Saturday Night (unused/unfinished)

LIVE SHOW: December 15, 1967 Beau Brummmels, Phoeix, AZ (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December 19, 1967 Exhibit Hall Community Concourse, San Diego State College, San Diego, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December 21, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December 22, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December 23, 1967 Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, CA (p2) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December 29, 1967 Civic Auditorium, San Jose, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: December 31, 1967 Cheetah, Venice/Santa Monica, CA (p1) (a7)

LIVE SHOW: December 1967 Fillmore West Auditorium, San Francisco, CA
(a2)    Pay The Price
(a2)    Nobody's Fool
(a2)    Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
(a2)    Rock and Roll Woman
(a2)    My Kind Of Love
(a2)    On The Way Home
(a2)    ?
(a2)    Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
(a2)    Mr Soul
(a2)    Lies
(a2)    For What It's Worth
(a2)    Bluebird

VIDEO SESSION: 1967 Boss City (TV), KHJ-TV Studios, Los Angeles, CA (a7)

VIDEO SESSION: late 1967 Joey Bishop (TV), ABC Television Center, Hollywood, CA (a7)

VIDEO SESSION: 1967 Sunday, Canadian (TV), CBS TV Special (a7)

VIDEO SESSION: late 1967 Andy Williams Show

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BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD
Last Time Around (third/final LP)
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GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Last Time Around - album cover'

PERSONNEL: August 12, 1967 - January 1968
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Bruce Palmer - bass
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

STUDIO SESSION: January 2, 1968 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
STUDIO SESSIONs: late 1967 - February 1968
        Just Can't Seem To Get Movin'
        Not Quite Rain
        Fa-Fa-Fa
        Can't Keep Me Down (February 26, 1968)

STUDIO SESSION: January 3-20, 1968 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Special Care (demo)

STUDIO SESSION: January 10, 1968 Columbia Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
STUDIO SESSION: June 4, 1968 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Falcon Lake (Ash On The Floor) (demo)
        Falcon Lake (Ashes On The Floor) (summer 1967) (late 1967-February 1968)

STUDIO SESSION: January 22, 1968 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    What A Day (demo)

LIVE SHOW: January 6, 1968 Earl Warren Showgrounds, Santa Barbara, CA (p1) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 12, 1968 Purple Haze, Riverside, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 13, 1968 San Diego International Sports Arena, San Diego, CA (a7)
(Jim Messina's first live performance with Buffalo Springfield)
LIVE SHOW: January 20, 1968 Auditorium, Whittier High School, Whittier, CA (a7)
(set list from LP)
(a1)    Pay The Price
(a1)    Nobody's Fool/Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
(a1)    Rock And Roll Woman
(a6)    My Kind Of Love
(corrected set list-from someone who was there)
http://www.radiofreeolga.com/RadioFreeOlga/Springfield.html
        Rock And Roll Woman (not recorded)
        On The Way Home
        Good Time Boy
        Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
        Mr. Soul
        Child's Claim To Fame
        For What It's Worth
        Bluebird
LIVE SHOW: January 21, 1968 Cheetah, Venice/Santa Monica, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: January 26, 1968 Campus Hall, University of California, Irvine, CA (a7)

PERSONNEL: January 1968 - February 1968
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Jim Messina - bass, vocals
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

STUDIO SESSION: February 5, 1968 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    I Am A Child (album version)

STUDIO SESSION: February 16, 1968 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Questions (album version)

STUDIO SESSION: February 16, 1968 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
STUDIO SESSION: February 1968 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
STUDIO SESSION: March 1968 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Merry-Go-Round (album version)

STUDIO SESSION: February - March 1968 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Uno Mundo (album version)

LIVE SHOW: 1968 Capital High School gymnasium, Boise, Idaho

LIVE SHOW: February 1, 1968 College Gym, Rainer Hall, Everett Coimmunity College, Everett, WA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 2, 1968 Seattle Sports Arena, Seattle, WA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 3, 1968 Agridome, Vancouver, Canada (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 4, 1968 Portland Memorial Coliseum, Portland, OR (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 4, 1968 Capital Pavilion, St. Martin's College, Lacey, WA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 9, 1968 Gym, California State University, Los Angeles, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 10, 1968 Rainbow Ballroom, Fresno, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: February 11, 1968 Ice Palace, Las Vegas, NV (a7)

STUDIO SESSION: February 1968 Atlantic Studios, New York
STUDIO SESSION: March 6, 1968 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Kind Woman (album version)

STUDIO SESSION: March 9, 1968 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Its So Hard To Wait (album version)

PERSONNEL: March 1968 - March 1968
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Jim Messina - bass, vocals
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

PERSONNEL: March 1968 - May 5, 1968 (Neil Young quit, but stayed until tour finished)
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals
        Jim Messina - bass, vocals
        Dewey Martin - drums, vocals

IVE SHOW: March 15, 1968 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA
LIVE SHOW: March 16, 1968 Shrine Auditorium, Los Angeles, CA
LIVE SHOW: March 22, 1968 Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles, CA (p1) (? didn't show up ?)
LIVE SHOW: March 23, 1968 Kaleidoscope, Los Angeles, CA (p1) (? didn't show up ?)
LIVE SHOW: March 24, 1968 Kaleidoscope, Hollywood/Los Angeles, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: March 29, 1968 Gym, Cal Poly College, Pomona, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: March 30, 1968 Utah State Fairgrounds Coliseum, Salt Lake City, UT (a7)

LIVE SHOW: 1968 San Jose, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: 1968 Warners Theater, Fresno, CA (a7)
(This show may not have happened.)

STUDIO SESSION: April 1968 Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
(a7)    Four Days Gone (demo)

LIVE SHOW: April 6, 1968 Minges Coliseum, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 7, 1968 Field House, Clemson University, Clemson, SC (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 8, 1968 Charleston County Hall, Charleston, SC (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 9, 1968 George Jenkins Field House, Florida Southern College, Lakeland, FL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 9, 1968 Sports Stadium, Orlando, FL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 9, 1968 Memorial Stadium, Daytona College, Daytona Beach, FL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 10, 1968 Veterans Coliseum, Jacksonville, FL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 10, 1968 Florida Field, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 12, 1968 Statesborough, GA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 13, 1968 Roberts Sports Arena, Sarasota, FL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 13, 1968 Curtis Hixon Hall, Tampa, FL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 14, 1968 Outdoor Stadium, Florida Atlantic College, Fort Lauderdale, FL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 14, 1968 Miami Beach Convention Hall, Miami Beach, FL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 15, 1968 Municipal Auditorium, San Antonio, TX (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 15, 1968 Austin, San Antonio, TX (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 16, 1968 Norman, OK (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 18, 1968 John M. Parker Agricultural Center, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 18, 1968 Loyola Fieldhouse, Loyola University, New Orleans, LA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 19, 1968 Municipal Auditorium, Montgomery AL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 19, 1968 Montgomery AL (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 20, 1968 Will Rodgers Memorial Coliseum, Forth Worth, TX (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 20, 1968 Market Hall, Dallas, TX (a7)
(a8)(a9)Rock and Roll Woman
(a8)(a9)Childs Claim To Fame
(a8)(a9)Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
(a8)(a9)Uno Mundo
(a8)(a9)For What It's Worth
(a8)(a9)Bluebird
LIVE SHOW: April 21, 1968 Moody Civic Center, Galveston, TX (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 21, 1968 McDonald Gym, Lamar College, Beaumont, TX (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 21, 1968 Sam Houston Coliseum, Houston, TX (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 22, 1968 Municipal Coliseum, Lubbock, TX (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 22, 1968 Civic Auditorium, Little Rock, AK (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 23, 1968 Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro, NC (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 23, 1968 Dorton Arena, North Carolina State Fairgrounds, Raleigh, NC (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 24, 1968 Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 26, 1968 Exhibition Hall, Arizona State Fairgrounds, Phoenix, AZ (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 27, 1968 Hi Corbett Field, Tuscon, AZ (a7)
LIVE SHOW: April 28, 1968 Valley Music Theater, Woodland Hills, CA (a7)

LIVE SHOW: May 3, 1968 Peterson Gym, San Diego State College, San Diego, CA (p1) (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 4, 1968 Merchandise Mart, Old State Fairgrounds, Sacramento, CA (a7)
LIVE SHOW: May 5, 1968 Long Beach Sports Arena, Long Beach, CA (last concert) (a7)
(60 minute tape ?)
        Rock and Roll Woman
        A Child's Claim To Fame
        Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
        Good Time Boy
        Mr. Soul
        Uno Mundo
        For What It's Worth
        Bluebird

STUDIO SESSION: Last Time Around (album)
(released July 1968-some sources say August 17, 1968)
(a7)    Uno Mundo (February - March 1968)
        On The Way Home (November 14, 1967)
(a7)    It's So Hard To Wait (March 9, 1968)
        Pretty Girl Why (February 1967 to May 1967)
        Four Days Gone (late 1967 to early 1968)
        Carefree Country Day (late 1967 to early 1968)
(a7)    Special Care (late 1967 to early 1968)
        In The Hour Of Not Quite Rain
(a7)    Questions (February 16, 1968)
(a7)    I Am A Child (February 5, 1968)
(a7)    Merry-Go-Round (February 16, 1968)
(a7)    Kind Woman (February 1968)

VIDEO SESSION: 1968 Kraft Show
        Rock and Roll Woman

Buffalo Springfield was scheduled to play the Fillmore Auditorium
and Winterland Ballroom at the end of May/beginning of June 1968,
but the band ended May 5, 1968.

PERSONNEL: October 23+24, 2010 
        Stephen Stills - lead guitar, vocals
        Neil Young - lead guitar, vocals
        Richie Furay - rhythm guitar, vocals

LIVE SHOW: October 23, 2010 Bridge School Benefit Concert
        Do I Have To Come Out And Say It
        I Am A Child
        Kind Woman
        Bluebird
        Mr. Soul
        Burned
LIVE SHOW: October 24, 2010 Bridge School Benefit Concert
        On the Way Home
        Rock 'n Roll Woman
        Child's Claim
        Do I Have to Come Right Out and Say It
        Go And Say Goodbye
        I Am a Child
        Kind Woman
        Burned
        For What It's Worth
        Clancy
        BlueBird
        Mr. Soul

LIVE SHOW: June 1, 2011 Fox Theater, Oakland, CA
LIVE SHOW: June 2, 2011 Fox Theater, Oakland, CA
LIVE SHOW: June 4, 2011 Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, CA
        On the Way Home
        Rock and Roll Woman
        Burned
        A Child's Claim to Fame
        Do I Have to Come Right Out and Say It
        Go and Say Goodbye
        I Am a Child
        Hot Dusty Roads
        Kind Woman
        Mr. Soul
        Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
        Everybody's Wrong
        My Kind of Love
        Sad Memory
        Bluebird
Encore:
        Broken Arrow
        For What It's Worth
        Rockin' In The Free World
LIVE SHOW: June 5, 2011 Wiltern Theater, Los Angeles, CA
LIVE SHOW: June 7, 2011 Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA
LIVE SHOW: June 8, 2011 Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA
LIVE SHOW: June 11, 2011 Bonnaroo Festival, Manchester, Tennessee
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PRINT MEDIA
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BOOKS AND PRINTED MATERIAL: (This is my reference library.) (I am interested in getting more.)

For What It's Worth - The Story Of Buffalo Springfield by John Einarson and Richie Furay.
Published by Quarry Press. Copyright 1997. 310 pages.

Hot Wacks Book XV - The Last by ????.
Published by The Hot Wacks Press. Copyright 1992. 802 pages.

The Complete Rock Family Trees (Book 1 & 2)
Written, Researched, Drawn by Pete Frame
Published by Omnibus Press. Copyright 1983. 60 pages.

Rock On Film by David Ehrenstein and Bill Reed
Published by Delilah Books. Copyright 1982. 275 pages. Paperback. 483 films. 75 photos.

The Great Rock Discography (third edition) by M.C.Strong
Published by Omnibus Press. Copyright 1996. 950 pages. Hardbook (oversize).

Live Show Listings
Live show listings come from various sources, including the below listed books, visitors to this web site and from other web sites. None of these listings have been verified by me. And just because there was a print advertisement for the show, is no guarantee that there weren't problems which caused the show to be cancelled.

(p1) The Art Of Rock - A Spectular Visual And Oral History
Writter: Paul D. Grushkin, Artworks Photographed by Jon Sievert
Published by Artabras. Copyright 1987. 516 pages. Hardback.

(p2) The Art Of The Fillmore - The Poster series 1966 - 1971
Writter: Gayle Lemke, Art Research Editor Jacaeber Kastor
Published by Acid Test Productions. Copyright 1997. 240 pages.

(p3) 35th Anniversary Whisky-A-Go-Go 1999 Poster Calendar, has reproductions of many of the posters used over the years as well as listings for .

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AUDIO MEDIA
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AUDIO COMPILATIONS: (This is my complete audio collection) (I am interested in getting more. Details and material.)

Commercial Releases

Buffalo Springfield (1st album)

Again (2nd album)

Last Time Around (3rd album)

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Retrospective - Best Of - album cover'

Retrospective - Best Of The Buffalo Springfield
This best of compilation only contains tracks found on the above three albums.

(a0) Buffalo Springfield (vinyl 2 LP compilation)
This best of compilation only contains tracks one rare track, the long version of "Bluebird", the rest of the tracks are found on the above three albums.

(a5) soundtrack Journey Through The Past
This is the soundtrack to a Neil Young movie (which I haven't seen). It does include the one live medly, and the one live song by Buffalo Springfield. The rest of the tracks are studio recording by other performers. And this release has absolutely NO information at all.

(a7) Buffalo Springfield - Box Set (4 CDs)

Other Material

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Stampede - album cover'

(a1) Stampede (TAKRL 1921) LP
Stampede was to be title of their second album, but for various reasons it didn't happen. However, my copy has a black and white copy of the artwork for the album. (I have seen a color copy on a CD release of this.)
This does contain various studio sessions listed as being late 1966 or early 1967. It also contains part of a live show from early 1967 at Whittier High School, Whittier CA.

The Whittier date/location is wrong. Whittier was listed as August 1967-per book, January 20, 1968-per Box Set.

(a6) Stampede (----------) CD
The CD version of Stampede has every track that the vinyl LP has, plus a few extra tracks that weren't on the vinyl release. There is no recording information on the CD, and the tracks are in a different order. It also has a color cover, complete with label logo, and catalog number.

(a2) December 1967 Fillmore West Auditorium, San Francisco, CA
Never released as a bootleg, but a tape that has floated around in those circles. The books The Art Of The Fillmore - The Poster series 1966 - 1971 and The Art Of Rock - A Spectular Visual And Oral History both list these as the only dates that the Buffalo Springfield played the Fillmore. November 11-13, 1966 April 28-30, 1967 August 1-6, 1967 December 21-23, 1967 and May 29 - June 1, 1968. Therefore, if these shows are really 1967 (and not 1966 or 1968) and are really Fillmore (and not some other venue) then there are three different periods it could have been.

(a8) Sell Out (----------) CD
Some studio outtakes, demos and parts of live shows August 11, 1967 Teen and Twenty Club, Huntington Beach, CA and April 20, 1968 Market Hall, Dallas, TX

(a9) Live Reference Tapes 1967 - 1968 (----------) CD
One studio outtake and: August 11, 1967 Teen and Twenty Club, Huntington Beach, CA and April 20, 1968 Market Hall, Dallas, TX

GRAPHIC IMAGE 'Bluebird Roots - album cover

(a3) Bluebird Roots (TMOQ 71035)
This contains two studio recordings, "Baby Don't Scold Me" from the first album (that was later removed to make room for "For What It's Worth" their hit single), and the second track was the long version of "Bluebird" from the second album. Both of which are also on the Stampede album. All the rest of the track were from other bands that were later formed by former members of Buffalo Springfield (Poco, C.S.N, Neil Young, ...).

(a4) soundtrack The Great Rock'n'Roll Circus
Although the cover photo would lead you to believe this was the soundtrack to the Rolling Stones Rock'n'Roll Circus, it is not. This vinyl release only contained one track from the Rolling Stones Rock'n'Roll Circus, the rest of the tracks are rare recording of various bands that didn't participate in it. Well, that is standard with many bootlegs (minimal info in most cases, or no info, or wrong info). :-(

The three Buffalo Springfield tracks on this, are the same (or very similiar) as something called English White Elpee on the Stampede album. (We'll See, Down To The Wire and Come On)

The Monterey Pop Festival 1967
Parts of the Buffalo Springfield Monterey Pop Festival have been released on the following three CDs listed in the Hot Wacks Book XV - The Last.
1) Buffalo Springfield - Electric Flag - Butterfield Blues Band - Document Records 024 CD (tracks 1,3,4)
2) The Monterey Pop Festival 1967 - Vol 1 - Living Legend Records LLR CD 017/018 (tracks 1,2,3,4)
3) Monterey Pop '67 - Evil 2003 (tracks 1,2,3,4)

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VIDEO MEDIA
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VIDEO COMPILATIONS:
(I am always interested in expanding my collection.)

Journey Though The Past, a 1973 movie by Neil Young that features two live Buffalo Springfield tracks. Has anyone seen this movie? Does it have them onscreen as well?

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OTHER RESOURCES (links)
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Do you have a Buffalo Springfield related site? Do you want a link from this page? E-Mail me!

I am also interested in getting wider exposure for this site. So links from your site to mine would be appreciated. And if you know of any sites that allow/encourage submission, I would also appreciate knowing about them as well.

Rolling Stone Buffalo Springfield Reuniting at Fall Concert
Denver Post Colorado's Richie Furay will help embers of Buffalo Springfield sound come together

John Einarson, author (with Richie Furay) of For What It's Worth - The Story Of Buffalo Springfield

Links For The Country Rock Band: Poco

Crosby Stills Nash...and sometimes Young author of two books on the CSN and Y, as well as prior bands and current activities.

Richie Furay

Jim Messina Buffalo Springfield, Poco, Loggins & Messina, solo, ...

Stephen Stills Buffalo Springfield, Crosby Stills Nash, solo, ...

Neil Young Buffalo Springfield, Crosby Stills Nash Young, solo, ...

PocoNut official web site of newly reformed Poco. They have just released their first CD in 13 years.

Deliverin' the Poco live concert database

San Francisco Chronicle - SFGate interview: Jim Messina picks up where he left off with Poco.

Neil Young a Spanish language fan site.

Neil Young Appreciation Society Broken Arrow Magazine

Thrashers Wheat - A Neil Young Archives
Thrashers Wheat - A Neil Young Archives Neil Young and The Buffalo Springfield

Expecting To Fly a buffalo springfield fansite with photos, lyrics, articles, discography, television appearances, posters, links, ...

The Courier-Mail Neil Young looks back
Rolling Stone Live At The Fillmore East : Review : Neil Young
Chicago Maroon Filmore gives portrait of the artist as a Young man - November 17, 2006 - Neil Young

Buffalo Springfield

Buffalo Springfield Adventure's Blog

Nick Warburton Dewey Martin - musical career after Buffalo Springfield.

video tribute to Bruce Palmer

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CLASSIFIEDs
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This is an experiment. I am listing various classified ads that might be of interest to browsers of this page.

Let me know what you think of this idea?

And if you do order something listed here, let them know you found out about it here.

Also, let me know how this worked out for you.

June 29, 2003.
MusicStack looks like a good source of used music items (LPs, CDs, posters, ...).
As always, let me know what you think.

4 Million Hard to Find CDs & LPs at MusicStack
December 10, 2002.
Back in October 1999 I put up links to CD-Now so that visitors could easily link to the related band pages and instantly see which items were still in print/available for purchase. CD-Now no longer has that option. For the moment I am putting in Amazon.com search boxes. Amazon.com doesn't easily allow for links to individual band pages in the same way that CD-Now used to. So, instead of me being able to create direct links, I have put up the Amazon.com search box instead. So you can still go to a page with the various bands products, buy you now need to go through a search box.

As always, let me know what you think.

Eric Burdon In Concert   Buffalo Springfield (Revisited) In Concert   Spirit In Concert

February 11, 2001. Woodhaven Entertainment manufacturer of video entertainment, just released Buffalo Springfield (Revisited) In Concert (Summerfest 1986) on VHS and DVD (list price $14.99). Some of their other music related titles include Spirit In Concert, Eric Burdon In Concert, punk, heavy metal, extreme sports, ... DVDs include bonus features (menu, slide show, ...)

Their web site is still under construction, so if you are interested in ordering, send an e-mail to Woodhaven Entertainment to get additional ordering information.

April 22, 2002.
Would you like to show your appreciation for (the time, effort, money, ... that goes into creating, maintaing, updating) this web site, without getting anything in return (except a listing of your name (and url) on this web site as a friend of this web site)?
sign up for PayPal and simplify your online payments.

Send Chrome Oxide some money

December 3, 2002 CD Now is undergoing changes, and asked that ALL links be removed.
October 28, 1999 I signed up with CD Now.

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