Buffalo Springfield

Buffalo Springfield

I began working with Buffalo Springfield around 1966 as a recording engineer on the second album entitled "Buffalo Springfield Again." In 1967, I started on the third album entitled "Last Time Around" as an engineer. During the course of the production, I was asked by Ahmet Ertegun (Atlantic Records) and the group to produce the band. Shortly thereafter, I replaced Bruce Palmer, the bass player. I toured and recorded with the band up until completion and release of the record.

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Dewey Martin, Jim Messina, Neil Young, Richie Furay, Steven Stills
 
   
ALBUMS

Buffalo Springfield
Mr. Soul
A Child's Claim To Fame
Everydays
Expecting To Fly
Bluebird
Hung Upside Down
Sad Memory
Good Time Boy
Rock & Roll Woman
Broken Arrow
"Again"
Atlantic
(1967)

 

Buffalo Springfield
On the Way Home
It's So Hard To Wait
Pretty Girl Why
Four Days Gone
Carefree Country Day
Special Care
The Hour Of Not Quite Rain
Questions
I Am A Child
Merry-go-Round
Uno Mundo
Kind Woman
"Last Time Around"
Atlantic
(1968)

 

Buffalo Springfield
For What it's Worth
Mr. Soul
Sit Down - I Think I Love You
Kind Woman
Bluebird
On The Way Home
Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
Broken Arrow
Rock And Roll Woman
I Am A Child
Go And Say Goodbye
Expecting To Fly
"The Best of Buffalo Springfield"
(1969)

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