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Performer:
Poco
Album:
Poco
Style:
Contemporary Pop/Rock,Country-Rock,Soft Rock
Date of release:
May 6, 1970
Duration:
41:00
FLAC vers. size:
1340 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1752 mb
WMA vers. size:
1161 mb
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Rating:
4.2 ★
Votes:
643

Poco is the second album by American country rock band Poco. This is the band's first album to feature Timothy B. Schmit who replaced Randy Meisner. The Messina-penned "You Better Think Twice" became a signature song for the band. A copy of this album hangs in the Poco exhibit in the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville along with the jacket Rusty Young wears on the back cover. Jim Messina - guitar, vocals. Richie Furay - guitar, vocals. Rusty Young - steel guitar, guitar, vocals.

Poco is the second album by American country rock band Poco.

Timothy B. Schmit and Paul Cotton were not involved in the making of this album, notwithstanding that they had become more associated with the band than the original members they replaced; Randy Meisner (who only appeared on the first album) and Jim Messina. Legacy was the second Poco album to be certified gold. A copy of this album hangs in the Poco exhibit in the Country Music.

Listen free to Poco – Poco (Hurry Up, You Better Think Twice and more). This is the "electric" extension of "Pickin' Up The Pieces" and Jim Messina's studio swan song with Poco. Poco" was fuel for the fire of the band's live shows. Hurry Up" and "You Better Think Twice" are the most recognizable tracks on the album.

Poco "Poco" (1970) album. You Better Think Twice Lyrics.

The first two-thirds of Poco's second album is 25 minutes of some of their best music. These songs represent the group's blend of country and rock at its finest and brightest, with the happy harmonies of "Hurry Up" and "Keep on Believin'" totally irresistible. Jim Messina's "You Better Think Twice" is a perfectly constructed and arranged song, one that should have been a huge hit but mysteriously never found its place in the Top 40 pantheon.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Hurry Up Richie Furay Poco 4:06
2 You Better Think Twice Jim Messina Poco 3:21
3 Honky Tonk Downstairs Dallas Frazier Poco 2:43
4 Keep on Believin' Richie Furay / Timothy B. Schmit Poco 2:51
5 Anyway Bye Bye Richie Furay Poco 7:01
6 Don't Let It Pass By Richie Furay Poco 2:33
7 Nobody's Fool/El Tonto de Nadie, Regresa Richie Furay / George Grantham / Jim Messina / Timothy B. Schmit / Rusty Young Poco 18:25

Credits

Gary Burden - Art Direction, Design
Henry Diltz - Photography
Bobby Doyle - Piano
Terry Dunavan - Engineer
Dallas Frazier - Composer
Richie Furay - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
George Grantham - Composer, Drums
Milt Holland - Percussion
Alex Kazanegras - Engineer
Larry Knechtel - Piano
Jim Messina - Composer, Guitar, Producer, Vocals
Poco - Primary Artist
Timothy B. Schmit - Bass, Composer, Vocals
Rusty Young - Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Steel), Vocals
  • Unereel
Important to note that this is Timothy B. Schmit's major label debut.
  • Tat
I think this is a stunningly beautiful LP, and El Tonto is a killer instrumental.
  • Cordann
Poco's second album has some great songs on it and I think it is much better produced than the debut. "Hurry Up'' and "You Better Think Twice" are fantastic. Both those songs hold up very well. Also, " Don't Let It Pass By'' is also very good. For me, the negative is the length of "El Tonto" on side 2. I like how "Nobody's Fool" transitions into it, but they could have cut a good 8 to 10 minutes off of it. While I like "Keep On Believin'", it's the one song I think could have produced better. The vocals seem to be diminshed by the music on this track. Maybe it's just me, but I would have liked the vocals to have been more prominent. Finally, I think "Honky Tonk Downstairs" and "Anyway Bye Bye" are good, but not great.
  • Haracetys
While I agree that most of the jam on side 2 is a bit tedious, all the songs on side 1 are great examples of Poco's talents. A review below mentioned the first 2 Eagles albums. Their 10 song debut album had 5 throw aways. Desperado was perfect, On The Border vs Poco's Deliverin? Sure. But after Hotel California's greatness, the Long Run also had 5 garbage songs including an AWFUL version of In The City. By then, Poco's Tim Schmidt, the best country rock bassist/singer ever, was already an Eagle. Then they too fell to pieces. Poco may be far, far less known than Eagles, but they're every bit as good. Don Henley, a great writer and singer, couldn't hold a stick to George Granthams drumming.
  • Shalizel
Poco' second album featured stellar songwriting with Furay once again dominating the songwriting and exceptional support from songs by Timothy B. Schmdit. "poco" (aka the "Orange" album) features sympathetic mastering.It's a pity that Sony hasn't chosen to expand this album with bonus tracks or a vintage live show.Recommended.
  • Tiv
I wanted to like this record but i don't. Except for "You Better Think Twice", the rest of the songs are forgettable & the 18 minute jam on side 2 is simply boring. When i compare this to the Eagles first 2 albums, i can see why the Eagles are superstars & Poco is just a footnote in the country pop/rock genre.