Pickin' Up the Pieces
Download links and information about Pickin' Up the Pieces by Poco. This album was released in 1969 and it belongs to Rock, Pop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 42:37 minutes.
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|2.||What a Day||2:27|
|6.||Make Me Smile||3:18|
|8.||Pickin' Up the Pieces||3:19|
|11.||Just In Case It Happens, Yes Indeed||2:45|
|13.||Consequently So Long||3:49|
|14.||Do You Feel It Too||3:04|
Poco’s 1969 debut finds a supergroup of ex–Buffalo Springfield members and others delivering an album that’s every bit as good as anything the Springfield did. For starters, the soul-deep organ and horns on “Nobody’s Fool” create a sparkly example of trailblazing country rock that’s never been equaled. “Calico Lady” matches folk with country swing and psych-pop, and it’s a beautiful time capsule of a band experimenting with mostly unexplored genres. The laid-back “Make Me Smile” paved roads for the cowboy boots The Eagles would wear three years later, and the title song pits city-boy innocence with hill-country picking and lyrics that sing of a new life in a new band. Country rock never sounded as risky as it does on the guitar-jabbery “Short Changed,” nor as lissome and layered as it does on “Do You Feel It Too,” which sounds like a collective of hippie-generation kids who spent their brief college days listening to Bob Wills and drinking beer. The whole album was a genuine stab at making a country-rock classic; they succeeded.