Retrospective: The Best of Buffalo Springfield

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Retrospective:
The Best of Buffalo Springfield
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Greatest hits album by Buffalo Springfield
Released 10 February 1969
Recorded July 1966 - April 1968
Genre Folk rock, rock
Length 39:21
Label Atco
Producer Charles Greene, Brian Stone, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Jack Nitzsche, Jim Messina
Buffalo Springfield chronology
Last Time Around
(1968)Last Time Around1968
Retrospective: The Best of Buffalo Springfield
(1969)
Buffalo Springfield
(1973)Buffalo Springfield1973

Retrospective: The Best of Buffalo Springfield is a compilation album released in February 1969 after the band disbanded in mid-1968.

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Track listing[edit]

Side one

  1. "For What It's Worth" (Stephen Stills) – 2:37
    • Recorded December 5, 1966, Columbia Studios, Los Angeles, California. Lead vocal: Stephen Stills. Bass: Bruce Palmer. Producers: Charles Green and Brian Stone. Running time incorrectly listed on the album's cover as 3:00.
  2. "Mr. Soul" (Neil Young) – 2:35
    • Recorded January 9 & April 4, 1967. Lead vocal: Neil Young. Bass: Palmer.
  3. "Sit Down, I Think I Love You" (Stills) – 2:30
    • Recorded August 1966, Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, California. Lead vocal: Stills, Furay. Bass: Palmer. Producers: Green and Stone.
  4. "Kind Woman" (Richie Furay) – 4:10
    • Recorded February–March 6, 1968, Atlantic Studios, New York City & Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, California. Lead vocal: Richie Furay. Bass: Jim Messina. Producer: Messina.
  5. "Bluebird" (Stills) – 4:28
    • Recorded April 8, 1967, Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, California. Lead vocal: Stills. Bass: Bobby West.
  6. "On the Way Home" (Young) – 2:25
    • Recorded November 15-December 13, 1967, Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, California. Lead vocal: Furay. Bass: Palmer.

Side two

  1. "Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing" (Young) – 3:26
    • Recorded July 18, 1966, Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, California. Lead vocal: Furay. Bass: Palmer. Producers: Green and Stone.
  2. "Broken Arrow" (Young) – 6:13
    • Recorded August 25 & September 5–18, 1967, Columbia Recording Studios & Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, California. Lead vocal: Young. Bass: Palmer.
  3. "Rock & Roll Woman" (Stills) – 2:44
    • Recorded June 22, August 8, 1967, Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, California. Lead vocal: Stills. Rhythm guitar: Jim Fielder. Bass: Palmer.
  4. "I Am a Child" (Young) – 2:15
    • Recorded February 5, 1968, Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, California. Lead vocal: Young. Bass: Gary Marker. Producer: Messina.
  5. "Go and Say Goodbye" (Stills) – 2:19
    • Recorded July 18, 1966, Gold Star Studios, Los Angeles, California. Lead vocal: Stills. Bass: Palmer. Producers: Green and Stone.
  6. "Expecting to Fly" (Young)– 3:39
    • Recorded May 6, 1967, Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, California. Lead vocal: Young. Arrangement: Jack Nitzsche.
      • Young is the only member of the group who appears on this recording.