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When Buffalo Springfield split up, Furay, Messina and Rusty Young decided to start their own group oriented toward such songs. Its original lineup was Furay (vocals and rhythm guitar ), Messina ( lead guitar , vocals, producer), Rusty Young ( pedal steel guitar , banjo , dobro , guitar, mandolin and vocals), George Grantham ( drums and vocals) and Randy Meisner ( bass and vocals). The group was signed to a recording contract with Epic Records , which acquired the rights to Furay from the Springfield's Atlantic Records label in return for those to Graham Nash of The Hollies (who was moving to Atlantic as part of forming Crosby, Stills & Nash ). [2] Originally, the new group was named "Pogo", after the Pogo comic strip character, but was changed when its creator, Walt Kelly , objected and threatened to sue.

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