For What It's Worth is a revealing insiders look at an influential and groundbreaking rock group whose remendous talents have gone on to achieve legendary status in the annals of rock music history. Besides chronicling Buffalo Springfield's roots and career, the book offers rare and personal glimpses into several seminal music scenes, notably the Greenwich Village folk movement, the embryonic San Francisco scene, and LA's Sunset Strip, along with a lesson in the pitfalls of the music industry. Written with founding member Richie Furay and including the insights, recollections, and reflections of band members, managers, close friends, associates, and contemporaries, the book paints a unique portrait of one of rock music's most beloved groups. Updated edition includes new epilogue.
John Einarson is a respected music history writer with several titles published worldwide including the best-selling biography Neil Young: Don't Be Denied (1550820443), Randy Bachman (1552781607), Desperados (0815410654). John has written for both radio and television and hosted his own series on Canadian rock music history for CBC. He lives in Winnipeg, Canada.
Richie Furay was a founding member of Buffalo Springfield and still a pivotal member of the california rock music scene. He lives in Dana Point, California.