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  • Performer: Fresh Air
  • Album: For What It's Worth
  • FLAC: 1615 mb | MP3: 1610 mb
  • Country: Germany
  • Style: Psychedelic, Blues Rock
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Fresh Air  - For What It's Worth album flac

Tracklist

A For What It's Worth
B Faces In The Fire

Notes

"Sample Record" sticker on label. Reissue distributed by Festival Records.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DL 20 913 Fresh Air For What It's Worth ‎(7", Single, Promo) Decca DL 20 913 Germany 1970
DL 20 913 Fresh Air For What It's Worth ‎(7", Single) Decca DL 20 913 Germany 1970
10121/10122 Fresh Air For What It's Worth ‎(7", TP) Amaret 10121/10122 US 1970
2582-B Fresh Air For What It's Worth = Por Lo Que Vale / Baby Lady ‎(7", Single) Exit Records , Amaret 2582-B Spain 1970
45-121 Fresh Air For What It's Worth ‎(7", Single) Amaret 45-121 Australia 1970


From '' A Breath Of Fresh Air '' Label: Amaret - ST5005, ST 5005 Format: Vinyl, LP, Album Country: US Released: 1969 Tracklist A1 For What It's Worth.

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For What It's Worth (Stop, Hey What's That Sound)" (often referred to as simply "For What It's Worth") is a song written by Stephen Stills. Performed by Buffalo Springfield, it was recorded on December 5, 1966; released as a single on Atco Records on December 23, 1966; and peaked at No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. It was later added to the March 1967 second pressing of their first album, Buffalo Springfield. The title was added after the song was written, and does not appear in the lyrics.

A1. For What It's Worth. Written-By – S. Stills. A2. Faces In The Fire. Written-By – L. Caridi.

Copies of Fresh Air's only album, 1970's A Breath of Fresh Air - one of the very first albums released on the Amaret label, who issued recordings by the Minneapolis blues-rock quintet Crow - are highly sought-after and treasured by collectors. Featuring dramatic organ flourishes and flamboyant guitar leads throughout, A Breath of Fresh Air is similar to other organ-driven hard pop groups of the era, including Sugarloaf, Blues Image, and Three Dog Night

Fresh Air's A Breath Of Fresh Air, recorded in 1969 at Sunwest Studios in Hollywood, is the rarest album to appear on the Amaret label. A highly-sought after album by collectors, A Breath Of Fresh Air is a fine mix of pop and hard psych, featuring some driving, heavy guitar and lots of swirling organ. Includes a fast paced cover of "For What It's Worth". Copies of Fresh Air's only album, 1970's A Breath of Fresh Air - one of the very first albums released on the Amaret label, who issued recordings by the Minneapolis blues-rock quintet Crow - are highly sought-after and treasured by collectors. Featuring dramatic organ flourishes and flamboyant guitar leads throughout, A Breath of Fresh Air is similar to other organ-driven hard pop groups of the era, including Sugarloaf, Blues Image, and Three Dog Night.

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Produced by David Bottrill. Album Battle For The Sun. For What It’s Worth Lyrics. The end of the century I said my goodbyes for what it's worth I always aimed to please but I nearly died. For what it's worth come on lay with me Cause I'm on fire for what it's worth I'd tear the sun in three to light up your eyes. For what it's worth For what it's worth For what it's worth For what it's worth.

After "For What It's Worth" became a hit single, it replaced "Baby Don't Scold Me" on re-issues of the album. Notable when you consider this song's success, the group quietly recorded this without involving their producers Charles Greene and Brian Stone, with whom they had had immense dissatisfaction about the recording of their album up until then. Greene and Stone had insisted on recording each musician separately and then combining them later into mono to stereo tracks, which produced a tinny sound.