Robert Henning - Poco Moco FLAC album
Columbia Recorded at A&M Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA in 1979 Tracklist: A1 The Sailor's Song (Manfredi, Lang, Page, George) A2 Silver Hollow (Jack.
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Pickin' Up the Pieces is the debut album by country rock band Poco, released in 1969. It was one of the earliest examples of the emerging genre of country rock. Several of the songs here date back to Richie Furay's days in Buffalo Springfield. An early version of "What a Day" was included on the Springfield's eponymous box set in 2001. Bassist Randy Meisner appears on the album but quit the band shortly before the record was released
Poco and Moco are twin lambs. They look almost exactly alike, and they get along so well that they spend every minute of their day together. But they’re also different in a lot of ways. For one thing, Poco is a boy and Moco is a girl. They both like donuts, so if they only have one, they split it in half. Poco Poco and Moco are twin lambs. For one thing, Poco is a boy and Moco.
Album, Май 1970, Epic Records. 1. Hurry Up. 2. You Better Think Twice. 3. Honky Tonk Downstaris. 4. Keep on Believin'.
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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. Listening to this recording, though, it's easy to see why unimaginative radio programmers and much.
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- Made By – Deutsche Grammophon GmbH
- Lacquer Cut At – Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft Pressing Plant
- Pressed By – Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft Pressing Plant
- Published By – Capriccio
- Published By – Polyphon
- Accompanied By – Orchester Hans Last
- Written-By – Last*, Loose*
NotesMade in Germany Deutsche Grammophon Ges. mbH
Cutting date: March 1966 ("C6" in runouts)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 52 650 L
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 52 650 S
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A, stamped): 52650 L Made in Germany 1 ℗ 1966 C6 ◇V B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B, stamped): 52650 S Made in Germany 1 ℗ 1966 C6 ◇V B