Poco – Albums Collection

Poco - Albums Collection

Poco – Albums Collection
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One of the first and longest-lasting country-rock groups, Poco had their roots in the dying embers of Buffalo Springfield. After Neil Young and Stephen Stills, the co-founders of that group, exited in the spring of 1968, only guitarist/singer Richie Furay and bassist Jim Messina remained to complete the group’s swan song, Last Time Around. The final Springfield track, “Kind Woman,” included only Furay and Messina, with a guest appearance on steel guitar by Rusty Young — at the time, he was something of a rarity as a talented lap steel guitarist who was comfortable working in a rock idiom, and had previously belonged to a folk-rock-turned-psychedelic band called Boenzee Cryque. Young stuck with Furay and Messina, in the process skipping a scheduled audition for a new group that ex-Byrds member Gram Parsons was putting together. Auditions followed before the fledgling group reached out, at Young’s urging, to ex-Boenzee Cryque drummer/vocalist George Grantham, and also to bassist/singer Randy Meisner, who had previously played with a band called the Poor. This lineup rehearsed for four months before making its debut at The Troubadour in Los Angeles in November of 1968. A month later, they made their first appearance at the Fillmore West on a bill with the Steve Miller Band and Sly & the Family Stone. ― by Allmusic


1971. Deliverin’ (1993, Epic, EK 30209, US)

1971. From The Inside (2013, Iconoclassic, ICON 1035, MX)

1974. Cantamos (2003, Wounded Bird, WOU 3192, US)

1975. Head Over Heels (1992, MCA, MCAD-31327, US) No Covers

1976. Rose Of Cimarron (1989, MCA, MCD 10395, EU)

1977. Indian Summer (2004, Lemon, CD LEM 32, UK)

1978. Legend (1995, MCA, MCAD-31019, US)

1995. Ghost Town & Inamorata (1995, Rhino, R2 72217, US)

2004. Pickin’ Up The Pieces + Poco (2004, BGO, BGOCD612, UK, 2CD)

2006. Deliverin’ + Crazy Eyes (2006, BGO, BGOCD720, UK)

2006. Seven + Cantamos (2006, BGO, BGOCD721, UK)

2008. Original Album Classics (2008, Epic, 88697302752, EU, 5CD)

2010. Live At Columbia Studios, Hollywood, 9.30.71 (2010, Collectors’ Choice Music Live, 6001, US)

2011. Head Over Heels + Rose Of Cimarron (2011, BGO, BGOCD 1003, US)

2011. Under The Gun + Blue And Gray (2011, BGO, BGOCD1010, UK)


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