Artist: Buffalo Springfield
Genre: Classic Rock, Rock, 60’s rock
Title: Last Time Around
Musicians:Richie Furay – guitar, vocals, Dewey Martin – drums, Jim Messina – bass, vocals, Stephen Stills – guitar, piano, B3 organ, bass, clavinet, vibes, percussion, Handclaps, background vocals, vocals, Neil Young – guitar, harmonica, piano, background vocals, vocals, Bruce Palmer – bass, Buddy Miles – drums, Jimmy Karstein – drums, Gary Marker : bass, Jeremy Stuart – harpsichord, calliope, bells, Rusty Young – pedal steel guitar, Richard Davis – bass, unidentified – horns, saxophone, clarinet, drums, bass, drums, harpsichord, orchestra, piano, drums
Producer: Jim Messina
Engineers: Adrian Barber, Phil Iehle, Jim Messina
Last Time Around is the third and final studio album by the American folk rock band Buffalo Springfield.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Last_Time_Around Last Time Around was released to fulfill contractual commitments. By the time it was completed the group had functionally disbanded, with the cover photo of the group consisting of a montage and the five original members only recording together on one track, “On the Way Home”.
Original bassist Bruce Palmer appears on one track: ‘On the Way Home’. His face is shown on the Last Time Around back cover photo montage with a humorous “mad” sign aligned, due to Bruce resembling Alfred E. Newman in the shot. (See it on top almost middle)?
The album contained songs that were very important to the authors. Neil Young has performed both “I Am a Child” and “On the Way Home” in concert throughout his career, the latter both solo and with CSNY, the Transband and the Bluenotes. “Kind Woman” became one of Richie Furay’s best known tunes; he performed it with Poco and throughout his solo career. Continue reading