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Poco – Rose Of Cimarron (1976/2018) [Official Digital Download 24bit/192kHz]

Poco – Rose Of Cimarron (1976/2018)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/192 kHz | Time – 35:47 minutes | 1,42 GB | Genre: Rock
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Front Cover | © Geffen Records

Rose of Cimarron is the ninth studio album by the American country rock band Poco, released May 1976. Former Loggins & Messina sax/fiddle player Al Garth joined the band to record this album, but left shortly after due to internal conflicts. The title track became one of the band’s signature songs, and was later recorded by Emmylou Harris on her album, Cimarron. The band’s old label, Epic Records, released Poco Live just one month before Rose of Cimarron, causing confusion among listeners and helping sales of the former at the expense of the latter.

“Lushly produced pop/rock, Rose of Cimarron hosts an array of sidemen, most notably Al Garth, formerly of Loggin & Messina, and keyboardist Steve Ferguson. The country influence is nearly abandoned except for the Rusty Young tune “Company’s Comin’/Slow Poke.” There are great tunes with great arrangements throughout.” (James Chrispell, AMG)

1. Rose Of Cimarron 06:42
2. Stealaway 03:12
3. Just Like Me 02:45
4. Company’s Comin’ 02:37
5. Slow Poke 02:05
6. Too Many Nights Too Long 05:59
7. P.N.S. (When You Come Around) 03:15
8. Starin’ At The Sky 02:58
9. All Alone Together 03:21
10. Tulsa Turnaround 02:41

Rusty Young, acoustic and 12-string electric guitars, mandolin, banjo, Dobro
Timothy B. Schmit, vocals, bass, harmonica
Paul Cotton, vocals, electric and acoustic guitars
George Grantham, vocals, drums, tympani
Mark Henry Harman, celeste
Milt Holland, percussion
Tom Sellers, piano, string arrangements
Sid Sharp, concert master
Additional musicians:
Al Garth, fiddle, flute, violin, sax, vocals
Mark Henry Harman, keyboards, celeste, cello
Milt Holland, percussion, marimba, washboard
Johnny Logan, banjo
Paul Weller, guitar, vocals
Tom Sellers, piano
Steve Ferguson, piano

Engineered by Mark Henry Harman, Doug Rider Produced by Poco, Mark Henry Harman

Digitally remastered


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