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Buffalo Springfield releases the ‘Complete Albums Collection’


On June 29th a brand new, remastered, box set of Buffalo Springfield’s three studio albums will be available to commemorate the bands 50th anniversary of the folk-rockers final concert.

The new set called ‘What’s That Sound? The Complete Albums Collection’ will be available as a five-CD set and will contain brand new stereo mixes of Buffalo Springfield’s 1966 self-titled debut, 1967’s Buffalo Springfield Again and 1968’s Last Time Around. Add to that mono mixes of the first two records, you’ve got a really comprehensive collection.

Buffalo Springfield

Founder member of the band Neil Young oversaw the mix process, which was created using the bands original analog master tapes.

For all of you audiophiles out there, you can also get your hands on a limited-edition, five-LP 180-gram vinyl package. What makes this even cooler is the fact that it will be the first time any Buffalo Springfield album will be available on heavyweight vinyl, and to make it even more tempting to buy, only 5,000 copies of the set will be available.

If you want the ease of downloading the collection digitally you’ll be covered there through regular streaming services. Plus, you can download High-resolution versions via Neil’s Young’s dedicated site @  NeilYoungArchives.com website.

Prior to the release of What’s That Sound?, you will be able to download a remastered version of “For What It’s Worth.” The classic song written by Stephen Stills is available right now via streaming services.

Here is the full track listing of Buffalo Springfield’s albums included in the collection:

Buffalo Springfield

“Go and Say Goodbye”
“Sit Down I Think I Love You”
“Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing”
“Hot Dusty Roads”
“Everybody’s Wrong”
“Flying on the Ground Is Wrong”
“Do I Have to Come Right Out and Say It”
“Baby Don’t Scold Me”
“Out of My Mind”
“Pay the Price”
“For What It’s Worth”

Buffalo Springfield Again

“Mr. Soul”
“A Child’s Claim to Fame”
“Expecting to Fly”
“Hung Upside Down”
“Sad Memory”
“Good Time Boy”
“Rock and Roll Woman”
“Broken Arrow”

Last Time Around

“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”
“I Am a Child”


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