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The obscurity of iTunes releases

I am probably the only person that has any memory of this song or video and maybe the only person that would buy this album. I just remember something about a pig riding in a motorcycle. I have bought many obscure tracks lately on iTunes but this has the be the most obscure. Still waiting on Glen Frey's "Allnighter" and Bob Seger's "American Storm" to round out my collection of songs and tunes that I have been searching for - for years.

Brings back great memories

Always enjoyed this album as with Timothy's earlier work with Poco. The official review seems hyper critical of this album. Maybe he enjoyed the Timothy B. album better. BTW where is it?? I'd buy it if it were on Itunes.

Love this

I had this on tape and was happy to see it on Itunes. I love this album and really enjoy the songs.


Born: October 30, 1947 in Oakland, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Had he been born a half-decade earlier, Timothy B. Schmit might well have been a part of the folk-rock boom in California. As it was, he unknowingly followed a path similar to that of Gene Clark, Roger McGuinn, and Chris Hillman, from folk to rock, the main difference being that he was in his mid-teens at the time and had to wait to make it work professionally. But he made up for it by playing a key role in the histories of two country-rock bands that evolved directly out of that folk-rock boom,...
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