Loggins and Messina
Neil Young's Ol' Black 1953 Les Paul (Originally a 1953 Les Paul Goldtop). There she stands...the greatest weapon of mass destruction in the western hemisphere!
Loggins and Messina - Your Mama Don't Dance (1972)
Buffalo Springfield, 1967 - L-R : Jim Messina, Stephen Stills, Neil Young, Dewey Martin and Ritchie Furay. The group took their name from the side of a steamroller, made by the Buffalo-Springfield Roller Company.
Buffalo Springfield was an American-Canadian band,a springboard for the careers…
Stephen Stills and Jim Messina... Buffalo Springfield
Poco, Poco. 1970. Jim Messina. Photographer, Henry Diltz. Jim Messina, Richie Furay, Timothy B. Schmidt. Epic Records.
Jim Messina, 1947 musician, record producer.
Poco..."Pickin up the Pieces" from the fallout of Buffalo Springfield, w/ Richie Furay, and Jimmy Messina.
Neil obtained this ’53 Les Paul in 1969 a guitar trade with Jim Messina – probably the best trade since the Yankees got Babe Ruth from the Red Sox…