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Détails sur le produit

  • CD (2 juillet 2011)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Bgo Records
  • ASIN : B004YD7VTC
  • Autres versions : CD
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Liste des titres

Disque : 1

  1. Keep On Tryin'
  2. Lovin' Arms
  3. Let Me Turn Back To You
  4. Makin' Love
  5. Down In The Quarter
  6. Sittin' On A Fence
  7. Georgia Bind My Tries
  8. Us
  9. Flyin' Solo
  10. Dallas
  11. I'll Be Back Again
  12. Rose Of Cimarron
  13. Stealaway
  14. Just Like Me
  15. Company's Comin'
  16. Slow Poke
  17. Too Many Nights Too Long
  18. P.N.S. (When You Come Around)
  19. Starin' At The Sky
  20. All Alone Together
  21. Tulsa Turnaround

Description du produit

Die ersten beiden Alben für ABC Records der Country Rocker Poco aus den Jahren 1975 und 1976. Beide Alben schafften es in die US Top 100 und der Song Keep On Tryin wurde sogar ein Top 50 Single Hit. Digital remastered und mit neuer Verpackung, Neue Linernotes. Ebenfalls auf BGO Records erhältlich: BGOCD359 From The Inside/A Good Feelin To Know; BGOCD370 The Very Best Of; BGOCD612 Pickin Up The Pieces/Poco; BGOCD720 Deliverin'/Crazy Eyes; BGOCD721 Seven/Cantamos

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Couldn't be any better 15 octobre 2011
Par Senor Hotcell - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This compilation of Poco's "Head Over Heels" and "Rose of Cimarron" from 1975 and 1976 couldn't be any better. These are two of the very best country rock albums from the mid-1970's, and to have them both on the same CD is simply excellent. In my opinion, "Rose of Cimarron" is Poco's second best album (only Cantamos is slightly better) and "Head Over Heels" is right behind. The remastering on this BGO two-fer is superb and makes both recordings sound better than ever. I hesitated to buy this because I already owned the 1993 One Way Records re-issue of "Rose of Cimarron" and an earlier MCA version of "Head Over Heels," however I don't regret the purchase. Both of the older versions sound anemic compared to this remaster. The volume is pumped up and the bass is boosted without any loss of clarity. I just can't imagine it sounding any better.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Thanks BGO For Keeping Poco's Spirit Alive. 25 septembre 2014
Par ScottE - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Poco's 2-fer "Head Over Heels", (1975), and "Rose Of Cimarron", (1976), are totally different, one is kind of mediocre and the other is a stone cold classic. "HOH", (***), just doesn't take off, kind of a sluggish fill over all, as with "Rose", (*****), every song has a flow to it, as Rusty Young, Paul Cotton and Timothy Schmit write 10 wide ranging country-rock tracks.

On "HOH", "Keep On Tryin'", gave them a top 50 hit, a very tame number, "Us", would be Rusty Young's lead vocal debut with Poco, nice organ work by Mark Harman. "Dallas", is a tune written by Donald Fagan and Walter Becker of Steely Dan fame, a solid string arrangement by Jimmie Haskell and Garth Hudson of The Band plays piano on "Makin' Love". Just not one of my favorite albums by Poco.

Then a year later and out comes "Rose Of Cimarron", the title track is drop dead gorgeous, it will leave you singing the song for days after hearing it. Young's "Stealaway", is a 70's sounding popper, and would of fit perfectly on "Legend". "Just Like Me", this is as close as it got to sounding like The Eagles. The classic hoedown of "Company's Comin'/ Slow Poke", great harmonies, great fiddle by Al Garth and washboard by Milt Holland, just a fantastic fun number. The jangle of "Too Many Nights Too Long", Rusty's mandolin and the electric guitar of Paul Cotton make this one, another song that would fit on "Blue And Gray". "P.N.S. (When You Come Around)", the fiddle of Al Garth and Young's pedal Steel give this track a kick in the pants, great country tune. "Starin' At The Sky", Schmit's vocals keep this a light hearted affair, very upbeat and bouncy. "All Alone Together", could of been a country hit in 1976, but country didn't like rock back then, oh how time has changed. "Tulsa Turnaround", this toe tapper ends this truly great disc. "Indian Summer", would be next and Timothy Schmit would leave and go to The Eagles, but their sound would keep improving.
Why this album "ROC", went nowhere is a crying shame, it should of been a top 10 album with 3 big hits! But that would come in 1978.
These albums sound great compared to the ABC/MCA releases.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Rose of Cimarron is excellent, I would give it 5 stars by itself 25 avril 2017
Par John W. Frey - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
This item is 2 Poco albums recorded on one CD. It's a mixed bag, which is puzzling since I think the band had the same members on both records (somewhat unusual for Poco). Rose of Cimarron is excellent, I would give it 5 stars by itself. However, Head Over Heels is only so-so. I would probably only give it 3 stars, based on my 1st listen. Maybe it will grow on me with repetition.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 "Head Over Heels" - worth it for the first 5 songs 13 février 2017
Par WonderDog - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Bought this to get first 5 songs on the "Head Over Heels" album, of which I have 2 on vinyl. Nice harmonies and song construction, harkening toward Eagles-style music. Was not familiar with the "Rose of Cimarron" music, and that was a mixed bag. Liked the title cut.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Poco should of been Big.. 15 avril 2015
Par papajoe - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I love Rose of Cimarron. This song or Richie's A Good Feeling to Know should have been their Hotel California…Oh well..Poco is one of 3 bands that can always make me smile. The other 2 are the Lovin' Spoonful and the Youngbloods. Man I love the music of the 60's and early 70's..Like they say Poco was too rock for country and too country for rock.
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