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Buffalo Springfield, “Mr. Soul” from Buffalo Springfield Again (1967): One Track Mind

Buffalo Springfield, “Mr. Soul” from Buffalo Springfield Again (1967): One Track Mind

Buffalo Springfield’s “Mr. Soul,” released Oct. 30, 1967 on ‘Again,’ hints at the complex, sometimes confusing solo career to come for Neil Young.

Neil Young – Live at the Cellar Door (2013)

Neil Young – Live at the Cellar Door (2013)

This denuded 1970 solo live date, situated subsequent to the newly released After the Gold Rush and before his equally well-received Harvest, finds Neil Young at the peak of his ruminative powers.

‘It can be construed as him being an a**hole’: Graham Nash sticks up for the mercurial Neil Young

‘It can be construed as him being an a**hole’: Graham Nash sticks up for the mercurial Neil Young

The famously mercurial Neil Young has left more than one project seemingly at the drop of the hat — most recently walking out on a planned Buffalo Springfield reunion in order to work with Crazy Horse again.

On Second Thought: Buffalo Springfield – Buffalo Springfield (1966)

Slotted high on lists as one of the greatest debut albums of all time, Buffalo Springfield introduced the public to a revolutionary new sound.

Stephen Stills – Carry On (2013)

Stephen Stills – Carry On (2013)

Though his bandmate Neil Young is more often fetishized for his contributions to Buffalo Springfield and CSNY, this set makes clear Stephen Stills’ creative depth — as a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and as a singer.

‘Never reached its potential’: Neil Young talks about the brief, but influential legacy of Buffalo Springfield

‘Never reached its potential’: Neil Young talks about the brief, but influential legacy of Buffalo Springfield

Neil Young still seems pained over the difficult times endured by the legendary 1960s band Buffalo Springfield, returning to the theme again and again in his new autobiography Waging Heavy Peace

Shows I'll Never Forget: The Richie Furay Band, August 30, 2009

At the Sellersville Theater, Sellersville, Pennsylvania: Richie Furay took the stage with his current band who, not coincidentally, are all parishioners of the church he leads in Broomfield, Colorado.

Desert Island Discs: One Hit Wonder Edition

By this estimation, the decade of the One Hit Wonder was the 1970s, as our panel of potentially stranded passengers voted for 18 tracks from that era to take along on their doomed trip.

Neil Young's reunion with Crazy Horse has nixed the Buffalo Springfield tour

Neil Young’s reunion with Crazy Horse has nixed previously announced plans for a long-awaited tour with Buffalo Springfield.

Martin Sexton – Fall Like Rain (2012): Something Else! sneak peek

Not so much so-called “new folk” as an interesting distillation of country, blues, gospel and soul, Martin Sexton since his out-of-nowhere self-produced 1991 cassette debut has become the very definition of modern-day troubadour.

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