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(C45s)Bluebird/ Mr. Soul by The Buffalo Springfield

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Label: Atco 6499 Year: 1967
Factory sleeve included
Condition: M- $35.00
Bluebird/ Mr. SoulIn the pantheon of great psychedelic rock, this has got to be one of the best two-fers around! I can't help but rejoice when I find a copy worthy of selling on Classic 45s... and this one's a real beauty. Stephen Stills' "Bluebird" was the chart side of this 45, but Neil Young's "Mr. Soul" is just as — if not more — essential. The single is also a study in how compact rock songs still were in 1967: "Mr. Soul" clocks in at only 2 minutes, 35 seconds. Even more surprising, "Bluebird" is actually just under 2 minutes, at 1:59! I checked the original album, and it turns out that the version of "Bluebird" on the single is less than half the length of the album cut, which is about 4 minutes long. Note: This copy comes in a vintage Atco Records factory sleeve. The labels are very close to Mint, and the shiny styrene looks new. But the best news is that the record delivers 100% pristine Mint audio, both sides! (Yes, even the B side is Mint... the mix has a sort of faint, high hiss that sounds a bit like wear, but apparently it's intentional (for some reason... it's common to all the pressings I've heard).)
Condition Detail:Label: M-   |   Vinyl: M-   |   Audio: MWritten by: Stephen Stills (A), Neil Young (B)Produced by: Greene-StoneChart info: #58p in July 1967Mix: Mono (Default for U.S. 45s before 1973)Other info: Contains an edited version of the LP track.



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  The People In Me/ Masculine Intuition by The Music Machine (M-), Original Sound 67, 1967: $25.00
   Who Do You Love/ Hey Girl by The Woolies (EX), Dunhill 4052, 1967: $23.00
   Wooly Bully/ Ain't Gonna Move by Sam The Sham and the Pharaohs (M-), MGM 13322, 1965: $32.00
   Your Time's Gonna Come/ Things Ain't The Same by The Innovation (M-), Amy 11032, 1968: $25.00
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