Richie Furay - Inner View Part 1 FLAC album
Richie Furay: Lead vocals & guitar Tom Stipe: Keyboards & background vocals Jay Truax: Bass & background vocals John Mehler: Drums. Additional Musicians: Michael Omartian: Keyboards,percussion & background vocals Al Perkins: Guitar Steve Cropper: Guitar Al MacDougall: Percussion Don Gerber: Banjo Bill Schnee: Handclaps.
Richie Furay is an American music luminary, a Colorado Music Hall of Fame and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee. He is celebrated for pioneering Country-Rock as founding member of the legendary and quintessential groups Buffalo Springfield, Poco, and the y band.
Richie Furay started his musical career playing folk clubs as a solo artist in the 1960s, as well as with bands like the Monks and the Au Go Go Singers (which included Stephen Stills in the lineup). After meeting Neil Young they formed Buffalo Springfield with Bruce Palmer and Dewey Martin.
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Perfil: Guitarist and singer songwriter Richie Furay was born May 9, 1944 in Yellow Springs, Ohio.
1 Background and content. Young sings lead on only two of his five compositions, Furay singing lead on the other three. The album was produced by the group's managers, Charles Greene and Brian Stone, both of whom had minimal experience as record producers. The inner sleeve contained band profiles of each member in the mode of those for Tiger Beat. Recorded the day the LP was released and issued soon after, the band's new single by Stills "For What It's Worth" became a national hit, making the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in March 1967.
Paul Richard "Richie" Furay (born May 9, 1944) is an American singer, songwriter, and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member who is best known for forming the bands Buffalo Springfield with Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Bruce Palmer, and Dewey Martin, and Poco with Jim Messina, Rusty Young, George Grantham and Randy Meisner. His best known song (originally written during his tenure in Buffalo Springfield, but eventually performed by Poco, as well) was Kind Woman, which he wrote for his wife, Nancy.
For musician Richie Furay the road over the last 39 years has been filled with highs and lows, not to mention some bumps, both big and small. If there is one part of his life that has remained steady, it has been his marriage to his wife Nancy for those 39 years, though after the first seven years together they ran into rough waters, they separated for a few months, and then came back together and have been together ever since. RICHIE FURAY started his musical career playing folk clubs as a solo artist in the 1960s, as well as with bands like the Monks and the AU GO GO SINGERS (which included STEPHEN STILLS in the lineup). The band cut its first album, Buffalo Springfield, in 1967; it included the single For What It's Worth. BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD recorded two more albums - Buffalo Springfield Again and Last Time Around - before disbanding in 1968.
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