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Buffalo Springfield (album) by Buffalo Springfield

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Buffalo Springfield
Buffalo Springfield by Buffalo Springfield (1966)
Overall rank: 1,812th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
76/100 (from 166 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top 20 albums of 1966 (19th)
Award Top albums of the 1960s (164th)
Award Best albums of all time (1,812th)

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Retrospective: The Best Of Buffalo Springfield ATCO Reissued 1977 VG/VG+
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THE BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD: A Child's Claim to Fame / Rock N Roll Woman - 45 - NM
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Buffalo Springfield bestography

Buffalo Springfield is ranked 2nd best out of 6 albums by Buffalo Springfield on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Buffalo Springfield is Buffalo Springfield Again which is ranked number 1287 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 1,838.

Buffalo Springfield album bestography « Higher ranked (1,287th) This album (1,812th) Lower ranked (5,470th) »
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80/100
05/31/2019 16:51
91/100
 
75/100
05/04/2019 14:17
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04/10/2019 13:22
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75/100
04/01/2019 21:58
77/100

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65/100
From nitomano
Favoritas: Go And Say Goodbye, Burned
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Not sure if I like this original release rule... For What It's Worth is easily the best song, yet I can't rate it. The only other songs I liked on this was Leave and that was mostly because of the guitar (started out well and kinda fizzled for me). The other was pay the price.
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From junodog4
Despite For What Its Worth, this isn't as strong as Again.
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75/100
From gtroda
For What It's Worth is so associated with this album it's hard to think there was an original version of the album without it.
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From Rovers
Neil Young's songs saves the album. His songs are all standouts on this Buffalo Springfield debut album, where Steve Stills' "For What It's Worth" is the only other track of any real substance. But it's a great exception; one of the great 1960's West Coast Classics - like Jefferson Airplanes' "White Rabbit" or "Somebody to Love"
After this great opener follow 2 more Stills songs; "Go and Say Goodbye" is country-styled pop-song and "Sit Down I Think I Love You" which is Stills' best contribution, besides "For What It's Worth"

Excitement rises again with Neil Young's "Nowadays Can't Even Sing" with lead vocals by Ritchie Furay. 2 more Stills songs "Hot Dusty Roads" and another of his better efforts "Everybody's Wrong" Next track is one of the highlights for me, Neil Young's beautiful "Flying on the Ground is Wrong", again sung by Ritchie Furay'.

Young takes over the lead vocals on his own "Burned", one of the most rocking tracks on the album. This song features some odd off-key instrumentations ( piano and the guitar-solo) . It's a good song, but the vocals sound a little strained. "Do I Have to Come Right out and Say it" is another strong Young composition.

Steve Stills contributes 2 more songs, none of them particularly memorable.

Again it's a Neil Young song that keep interest going with "Out of my Mind" this time sung by himself.
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90/100
"For What It's Worth" may be the song that stands out for most but I'd argue that it's Neil Young's contributions "Flying On The Ground Is Wrong" and "Out Of My Mind" that make this album great.
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For what its worth, makes it a 90
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Best track: For What It's Worth
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