From 1966, and the first pressing of Buffalo Springfield's epochal debut album, please enjoy the ultra-rare stereo version of the song that was cut from later pressings after "For What It's Worth" became a hit -- Stephen Stills' quite remarkable "Baby Don't Scold Me."
This is the Springfield in rare full-bore powerpop mod, I think (the concluding rave-up and the quote from "Day Tripper" are particularly telling) and it's one of my all-time faves of theirs. The stereo version has never appeared on CD, incidentally (this is the best vinyl rip I've ever been able to find) and believe it or not, the sloppy production sounds even worse in mono.
In any case, I think a smart contemporary group should cover this immediately. I all but begged the guys in my 80s skinny-tie band to have a go at it back in the day, but they seemed to feel the song was a little goofy, so it was not to be, alas.