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Buffalo Springfield singles discographyBuffalo Springfield, formed in Los Angeles in 1966, was one of the pioneers in the folk rock scene.  Despite releasing only three albums of original material and having only one hit (“For What It’s Worth”), the band was highly influential in rock music, and have become legends over time.  Here is the Buffalo Springfield singles discography.

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Buffalo Springfield Singles Discography

Songwriting

Furay – Richie Furay
Stills – Stephen Stills
Young – Neil Young

Atco 45-6428
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 20 Aug. 1966, peak – 110, stay – 4 weeks
Produced by Charles Greene and Brian Stone
A.  Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing – 3:20 – Young
B.  Go And Say Goodbye – 2:17 – Stills

Atco 45-6452
Nov. 1966
Produced by Charles Greene and Brian Stone
A.  Burned – 2:14 – Young
B.  Everybody’s Wrong – 2:22 – Stills

Atco 45-6459
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 28 Jan. 1967, peak – 7, stay – 15 weeks
Produced by Charles Greene and Brian Stone
A.  For What It’s Worth – 2:37 – Stills
B.  Do I Have To Come Right Out And Say It – 3:00 – Young
Note:  A-side is also shown on some pressings as For What It’s Worth (Stop, Hey What’s That Sound)

Atco 45-6499
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 15 Jul. 1967, peak – 58, stay – 7 weeks
Produced by not listed (A-side), Charles Greene and Brian Stone (B-side)
A.  Bluebird – 1:59 – Stills
B.  Mr. Soul – 2:35 – Young

Atco 45-6519
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 30 Sep. 1967, peak – 44, stay – 7 weeks
Produced by Stills and Young (A-side), and Furay (B-side)
A.  Rock ‘N’ Roll Woman – 2:44 – Stills
B.  A Child’s Claim To Fame – 2:10 – Furay

Atco 45-6545
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 13 Jan. 1968, peak – 98, stay – 2 weeks
Producer not listed
A.  Expecting To Fly – 2:36 – Young
B.  Everydays – 2:38 – Stills

Atco 45-6572
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 18 May 1968, peak – 105, stay – 2 weeks
Produced by Stills and Jim Messina (A-side), Jim Messina and Furay (B-side)
A.  Un-Mundo – 2:03 – Stills
B.  Merry-Go-Round – 2:05 – Furay

Atco 45-6602
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 7 Sep. 1968, peak – 107, stay – 1 week
Produced by Jim Messina
A.  Special Care – 2:55 – Stills
B.  Kind Woman – 2:36 – Furay

Atco 45-6615
Billboard Hot 100:  entry – 12 Oct. 1968, peak – 82, stay – 3 weeks
Produced by Jim Messina
A.  On The Way Home – 2:25 – Young
B.  Four Days Gone – 2:53 – Stills

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Buffalo Springfield Singles Discography

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