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  • Audio CD (16 July 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 4
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Rhino UK
  • ASIN: B00005LB50
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 263,837 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. There Goes My Babe
  2. Come On
  3. Hello, I've Returned
  4. Out of My Mind
  5. Flying On the Ground Is Wrong
  6. I'm Your Kind Of Guy
  7. Baby Don't Scold Me
  8. Neighbor Don't You Worry
  9. We'll See
  10. Sad Memory
  11. Can't Keep Me Down
  12. Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
  13. Go and Say Goodbye
  14. Sit Down I Think I Love You
  15. Leave
  16. Hot Dusty Roads
  17. Everybody's Wrong
  18. Burned
  19. Do I Have To Come Right Out And Say It
  20. Out of My Mind
  21. Pay the Price
  22. Down Down Down
  23. Flying On the Ground Is Wrong
  24. Neighbor Don't You Worry

Disc: 2

  1. Down Down Down
  2. Kahuna Sunset
  3. Buffalo Stomp
  4. Baby Don't Scold Me
  5. For What It's Worth
  6. Mr. Soul
  7. We'll See
  8. My Kind of Love
  9. Pretty Girl Why
  10. Words I Must Say
  11. Nobody's Fool
  12. So You've Got A Lover
  13. My Angel
  14. No Sun Today
  15. Everydays
  16. Down to the Wire
  17. Bluebird
  18. Expecting to Fly
  19. Hung Upside Down
  20. A Child's Claim to Fame
  21. Rock & Roll Woman

Disc: 3

  1. Hung Upside Down
  2. Good Time Boy
  3. One More Sign
  4. The Rent Is Always Due
  5. Round and Round and Round
  6. Old Laughing Lady
  7. Broken Arrow
  8. Sad Memory
  9. On the Way Home
  10. Whatever Happened to Saturday Night?
  11. Special Care
  12. Falcon Lake
  13. What a Day
  14. I Am a Child
  15. Questions
  16. Merry-go-round (Live 1995)
  17. Uno Mundo
  18. Kind Woman
  19. It's So Hard To Wait
  20. Four Days Gone

Disc: 4

  1. For What It's Worth
  2. Go and Say Goodbye
  3. Sit Down I Think I Love You
  4. Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
  5. Hot Dusty Roads
  6. Everybody's Wrong
  7. Flying On the Ground Is Wrong
  8. Burned
  9. Do I Have To Come Right Out And Say It
  10. Leave
  11. Out of My Mind
  12. Pay the Price
  13. Baby Don't Scold Me
  14. Mr. Soul
  15. A Child's Claim to Fame
  16. Everydays
  17. Expecting to Fly
  18. Bluebird
  19. Hung Upside Down
  20. Sad Memory
  21. Good Time Boy
  22. Rock & Roll Woman
  23. Broken Arrow

Product Description

Product Description

FACTORY SEALED 4CD BOX (fat long box)-unreleased demos,songs,alternate versions,mixes-4th disc with their first two albums.

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Buffalo Spring is a 4-disc box set that traces the short yet influential career of Buffalo Springfield. Fronted by two of the most mercurially talented musicians and composers of their generation--Stephen Stills and Neil Young--Buffalo Springfield's career lasted just 25 months from April 1966 to May 1968. Their legend has long been sealed by two classic albums, the eponymous debut and Buffalo Springfield Again. Both are here in their entirety on the final CD of this set, but the real revelation is spread over the other 3 discs, which feature a total of 36 previously unreleased tracks. The demos for Buffalo favourites and songs that were later recorded for post-Springfield albums are an astonishing testimony to the intense creativity and sheer brilliance that powered the band. The highlights are everywhere--Stills's beautiful "So You've Got a Lover Now", Richie Furay's exuberant "What A Day", Young's "Flying on the Ground Is Wrong". Fans have long known that despite their short career, Buffalo Springfield ranked alongside the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Beach Boys as major 1960s players. Now everyone else does too. --Gavin Martin

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This is a re-release of the original box set but in a smaller, more compact box. So, you get the same music as reviewed for the previous release. The important aspect for me was that the original 68 page booklet is also included (not always the case with this type of re-issue) and so you can buy this music for a great price without any worries. I bought the Retrospective LP nearly 45 years ago (as well as subsequent cd releases) and their music still impresses.
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Like so many lavish box sets with artist involvement - they end up being a mixture of delight and frustration for fans - and "Buffalo Springfield Box Set" is no different. Stereo versions from the first two seminal albums are missing, 22 tracks are duplicated on the bonus Disc 4 with songs on Discs 1 to 3 and some songs from the later albums aren't here at all. But what you do get is a healthy wad of 36 excellent Previously Unreleased tracks and the HDCD sound quality culled from the best Analogue source tapes is exceptional.

There's a lot on here as you can imagine - so let's get to some kind of track-by-track breakdown first... A reissue of the July 2001 12" x 7" 'long box' version - this October 2013 4-CD jewel case on Atco/Rhino 8122797321 gives us the full 88-song HDCD compliment of the 2001 original, the fantastic info-packed 68-page booklet and all of it wrapped up in a handy card slipcase on the outside. For What It's Worth...

Disc 1 (61:06 minutes):
1. There Goes My Babe [Neil Young song] - Previously Unreleased Demo for Sonny & Cher
2. Come On [Stephen Stills song] -Previously Unreleased Demo
3. Hello, I've Returned [Stephen Stills/Van Dyke Parks song] Previously Unreleased Demo]
4. Out Of My Mind [Neil Young song] - Previously Unreleased Demo
5. Flying On The Ground Is Wrong [Neil Young song] - Previously Unreleased Demo
6. I'm Your Kind Of Guy [Neil Young song] - Previously Unreleased Demo
7. Baby Don't Scold Me [Stephen Stills song] - Previously Unreleased Demo
8. Neighbor Don't You Worry [Stephen Stills song] - Previously Unreleased Demo
9. We'll See [Stephen Stills song] - Previously Unreleased Demo
10. Sad Memory [Richie Furay song] - Previously Unreleased Demo
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If you do not own any of the Buffalo Springfield records already, this would be a good buy. For Neil Young fans it's great because there's a few tracks on here which you cannot find elsewhere. It is dissapointing not to find there alternative version of 'Bluebird' on here. Richie Furay's 'In the Hour of Not Quite Rain' is not on here either, but it's probably one of the Springfield's worst songs anyway. The box-set is compiled by Neil Young himself, therefore it includes alot of the same songs, but different versions- Neil Young is a firm believer in documenting everything even if it is repetitious or poor. There isn't much from the 'Last Time Around' LP, probably because Young wasn't recording with the band by this point and the songs weren't of the band's previous quality anyway. However, the alternative versions of Young's 'Clancy' and 'Round & Round' are fantastic.
I think the box-set artwork is nice. It has the famous Buffalo Springfiled steam-roller sign on the front and the booklet is quite thick, offering a quality that suits the era in which the music was made.
All in all a good buy if your a Neil Young or Buffalo Springfield fan, but it is a bit of a let down at times. A luxury not a necessity.
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If you want to screw up a golden opportunity to compile the work of a seminal American band of the 1960s, then this is a prime example of how to do just that! Despite containing some fine fine music and a generous offering of out-takes, demos & alternate versions, this 4-disc box set is so messily programmed that it's difficult to ascertain any sort of logic to the planning behind it. You'd think that perhaps it was worth re-issuing this band's 3 officially released albums as originally issued & then bundle the 'extras' together but it seems that this was a proposition too far. Okay, so there's an attempt to do something like that on Disc 4, which presents the mono version of the debut album (which was issued twice with 'For What It's Worth' replacing 'Baby Don't Scold Me'- the latter tacked on as the closer here) & the classic Buffalo Springfield Again presented in their entirety & in correct running orders. BUT, the same service is not awarded to Last Time Around. Indeed, this album does not appear in its entirety. There are 4 tracks missing: 'Pretty Girl Why', 'Four Days Gone', 'Carefree Country Day' & 'The Hour Of Not Quite Rain'. What we get instead is an earlier version of 'Pretty Girl Why' & the demo of 'Four Days Gone' but no mention whatsoever of the other two titles. A 5th victim is 'On The Way Home', which appears as a pretty pointless remix which offers nothing more than an obtrusively boosted bass part. Interestingly enough, 'Carefree Country Day' featured Jim Messina while both 'Hour Of Not Quite Rain' & the original 'On the Way Home' carried Ritchie Furay lead vocals. I wonder what they felt about this? Were either of them consulted?Read more ›
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