Used. Very Good+. Cover has some shelfwear, but otherwise looks unread.
Paperback. Quarry Music Books (1997).
"Stop, Hey, What's That Sound, Everybody Look What's Going Down." These lyrics from the Buffalo Springfield 1967 hit For What It's Worth have come to symbolize the turbulent decade of the 1960s, employed in virtually every television documentary and feature film chronicling that era. In 1967, the Buffalo Springfield captured the mood of a generation railing against the establishment and went on to be revered as one of the most influential groups in the history of rock music. Hailed as the quintessential late 1960s California band, the Buffalo Springfield spawned several rock music genres, including folk rock and country rock. Told from the eye-witness perspective of founding band member Richie Furay by well-known rock historian John Einarson, For What It's Worth is more than the story of an influential group--it is the story of North American pop culture and politics in the 1960s and 1970s.