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Poco - Legend MP3

Poco - Legend MP3

Performer: Poco
Title: Legend
Country: US
Catalog Number: AA-1099
Label: ABC Records
Released: 1978
Style: Country Rock, Ballad, Folk Rock
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 847


2Love Comes Love Goes3:55
5The Last Goodbye5:40
7Crazy Love2:55
8Little Darlin'3:47
9Heart Of The Night4:49


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AA-1099Poco Legend ‎(LP, Album, SP )ABC RecordsAA-1099US1978
53.0554/9Poco Leyenda ‎(Cass, Album)ABC Records, Movieplay53.0554/9Spain1980
MCAD-31019Poco Legend ‎(CD, Album, RE)MCA RecordsMCAD-31019Canada1987
MAAC-1099Poco Legend ‎(Cass, Album)MCA RecordsMAAC-1099CanadaUnknown
ABCL 5264 (AA-1099)Poco Legend ‎(LP, Tar)ABC RecordsABCL 5264 (AA-1099)UK1978


  • Bass, Vocals [Harmony]Charlie Harrison
  • DrumsSteve Chapman
  • ProducerRichard Sanford Orshoff
  • Vocals, Lead GuitarPaul Cotton
  • Vocals, Steel Guitar, GuitarRusty Young


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – ABC Records – AA-1099
  • Manufactured By – RCA Music Service – R 140080



Legend is the eleventh studio album by the American country rock band Poco, released in 1978. After ABC Records canceled the 1977 release of Poco's planned 13th album: the live set The Last Roundup, the three remaining members of the band: Rusty Young, Paul Cotton and George Grantham, agreed to the suspension of Poco as a recording or performing outfit. By 1978 Young - a founding member of Poco from 1968 - and Cotton - with Poco since 1970 - had decided to launch as essentially a duo act, ABC Records. Young's The Last Goodbye and Legend closed out the album on a more thickly textured, higher-wattage note, representing the group's newer sound, the latter with a memorably driving beat that, with Boomerang, bookended the album. Track Listing. Album 1978 9 Songs. Pedal steel player Rusty Young struck gold with his languid country-popper Crazy Love, which was followed up on the charts with Heart of the Night, guitarist Paul Cottons Eagles-ish ode to New Orleans. The album is purposely light around the edges, perfectly melodic, and exquisitely executed. Legend is Poco resurrected. The last of the original line-up broke up after 1977's poorly received Indian Summer album. Timothy B. Schmit and George Grantham exited leaving Paul Cotton and Rusty Young to carry on. They took some time off to re-group and re-tool their sound and in 1978 Legend gave them the most commercial success they would ever receive. Adding British pop musicians Charlie Harrison bass, Kim Bullard keyboards and Steve Chapman drums gave the group the rock edge it only hinted at previously since it did cling to country rock after. Poco - Legend 1978. To favorites 2 Download album. Listen album. Country Music. Songs in album Poco - Legend 1978. Poco - Boomerang. Poco - Spellbound. Poco - Barbados. Poco - Little Darlin'. Poco - Love Comes Love Goes. Poco - Heart Of The Night. Band Name Poco. Album Name Legend. Type Album. Released date 1978. Labels ABC Records. Music StyleCountry Rock. Members owning this album2. Legend Poco album. After ABC Records cancelled the release of Poco's planned 13th album The Last Roundup. the three remaining members of the band agreed to take a break. Rusty Young and Paul Cotton formed a new group called the Cotton-Young Band and prepared this album as a duo. However, ABC acquired the album and then decided to continue to use the name Poco for the band. When the album became successful, Poco drummer George Grantham found himself forced out of Poco without ever having quit the group. Legend is a music album by Poco released in 1978. Legend is ranked 19,260th in the overall chart, 2,500th in the 1970s, and 267th in the year 1978. POCO - Legend LP - Vinyl Record Album - Original Inner Sleeve Condition: Used. Time left: 4h 28m 33s Ships to: Worldwide. Legend, 1978. Boomerang, 03:52. Little Darlin', 03:46. Love Comes Love Goes, 03:59. Heart of the Night, 04:54. Crazy Love, 02:56. The Last Goodbye, 05:42. Legend, 04:18. The Legend album cover was designed by then-aspiring actor and sometimes graphic artist, the late comedian Phil Hartman of Saturday Night Live fame. Poco Legend personnel

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