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The title track is a failed attempt at a hit single, but the record as a whole is a much more pure rock album than they were known for.

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A Good Feeling... indeed

Well... I wrote a review here that was up for months and then disappeared. Oh well. When I first heard "A Good Feeling to Know" it knocked me off my feet. literally. As a long-time Poco fan I still think it's one of their best. Louder and bigger and more electric than most Poco records, it really shows the effect of Paul Cotton on their sound much more than "From the Inside" did. The sound is gritty and "live" sounding without losing the tight, crisp attack that Poco was known for. And the vocals are amazing -- strong, soaring, and in places heavenly. Those who would want to stick Poco in the "soft rock" category would be jangled out of their sleep by this big, tough, lovely record.

A Good Feelin' To Know

Poco was the greatest country rock band of their era. The Eagles may have been more popular but in no way superior. A Good Feelin' to Know ranks as one of their greatest songs although it is difficult to choose as there are so many great songs by this group. Their music has aged well and a person would be well served to give it a listen.

Good Feeling indeed.

Undoubtedly the first and best country rock band.


Se formó en: 1968 en Los Angeles, CA

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the first and longest-lasting country-rock groups, Poco had their roots in the dying embers of Buffalo Springfield. After Neil Young and Stephen Stills, the co-founders of that group, exited in the spring of 1968, only guitarist/singer Richie Furay and bassist Jim Messina remained to complete the group's swan song, Last Time Around. The final Springfield track, "Kind Woman," included only Furay and Messina, with a guest appearance on steel guitar by Rusty Young — at the time, he was...
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