"Mr. Soul" is a song written by Canadian rock musician Neil Young, and first recorded by Buffalo Springfield and released on their second album, Buffalo Springfield Again. It was originally recorded on January 9, 1967 at Atlantic Studios, New York with an additional recording on April 4, 1967. Awesome! To see a young Neil Young, jamming with a smile..
Released: 30 October 1967
Recorded: January–September 1967, Los Angeles, California
Genre: Folk rock, rock, psychedelic rock
Producer: Richie Furay, Jack Nitzsche, Stephen Stills, Neil Young
Paul2 said... I think Steve's best post Springfield pre CSN is Supersession on Columbia (LP is now on Sundazed) with Al Kooper and Mike Bloomfield. Does a killer version of Dylan's" It Takes A lot to Laugh But It Takes A Train To Cry".