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Poco - From The Inside (Bonus Track Version) (1971/2014)

28-09-2014, 10:49
Music | Country | Rock | Oldies

Poco - From The Inside (Bonus Track Version) (1971/2014)

Artist: Poco
Title Of Album: From The Inside (Bonus Track Version)
Year Of Release: 1971/2014
Genre: Country/Rock
Label: Star Recordings
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 44:13
Total Size: 104 Mb

1. Hoe Down (2:03)
2. Bad Weather (5:02)
3. What Am I Gonna Do (3:46)
4. You Are The One (3:49)
5. Railroad Days (3:34)
6. From The Inside (3:08)
7. Do You Feel It Too (5:31)
8. Ol' Forgiver (3:38)
9. What If I Should Say I Love You (3:36)
10. Just For Me And You (3:35)
11. C'mon (Bonus Track) (2:51)
12. A Man Like Me (Bonus Track) (3:35)

From the Inside is Poco's most unusual record, and one the band -- especially founder Richie Furay, whose songs were sort of pushed into the background -- finally didn't like all that much. But it was a very good one anyway, produced in Memphis by guitar legend Steve Cropper and featuring the group generating a leaner, more stripped-down, somewhat bluesier sound. The harmonies are less radiant and the guitars more subdued, and the spirits also a little more low-key than usual. But the sound they get is still appealing, the singing more reflective and a little bit closer to R&B than to the post-Byrds country-rock for which they were known -- the songs are pretty, and in listening terms George Grantham's drums and Timothy B. Schmit's bass are nice and upfront in the mix, and the guitars have a really close presence, even if they are turned down. Paul Cotton's "Bad Weather" was the best reviewed song, but other highlights were "You Are the One," "Hoe Down," "Railroad Days" (maybe their hardest rocker), and "Ol' Forgiver."

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