Song of the day: Buffalo Springfield- For What It’s Worth
In 1967, Stephen Stills wrote For What It’s Worth. It was inspired by the time Buffalo Springfield played in Whiskey A Go Go. Situated at the Sunset Strip, the public caused congestions, and therefore people living there wanted a strict time (10 p.m.) as time to close. A lot of people went on the streets, and caused riots there. The song was written about this. It was number 7 in the US. Enjoy
Buffalo Springfield- For What It’s Worth
Posted on July 9, 2015, in 1960-1969, FlinterFiles Song Archive and tagged 1967, buffalo springfield, FlinterFiles Song Archive, for what it's worth, hit, Music, sixties, stephen stills, sunset strip. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.