The Last Roundup (album)

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The Last Roundup
Live album by Poco
Released 09 November 2004
Recorded July 1977
Genre Country rock
Length 62:48
Label Future Edge
Producer Poco, Mark Henry Harman
Poco chronology
Running Horse
(2002)
'''The Last Roundup'''
(2004)
Keeping The Legend Alive
(2004)

The Last Roundup is the 21st album, and 3rd live album, by the Country rock band Poco.

Recorded live in July 1977 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium during the Indian Summer tour, it was intended to be the band's 13th album. However, its release was cancelled by ABC Records after Timothy B. Schmit left the band to join The Eagles. Poco had intended this album to counteract the damage done to the band's career by the release of Poco Live by their former label, and Richie Furay made a special guest appearance on the album in an effort to boost the album's appeal. It contains mainly music from the post-Furay era. This was Furay's first appearance with the group since his departure after Crazy Eyes.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Living In The Band" (Paul Cotton) – 3:15
  2. "Dallas" (Donald Fagen, Walter Becker) – 3:34
  3. "Magnolia" (J.J. Cale) – 6:45
  4. "Honky Tonk Downstairs" (Dallas Frazier) – 2:44
  5. "P.N.S. (When You Come Around)" (Paul Cotton) – 3:16
  6. "Sagebrush Serenade" (Rusty Young) – 3:12
  7. "Indian Summer" (Paul Cotton) – 4:22
  8. "Too Many Nights Too Long" (Paul Cotton) – 5:20
  9. "Starin’ At The Sky" (Timothy B. Schmit, John "Juke" Logan) – 2:55
  10. "Twenty Years" (Paul Cotton) – 4:54
  11. "The Dance: When the Dance Is Over / Go On And Dance / Never Gonna Stop / When The Dance Is Over (Reprise)" (Rusty Young) – 9:59
  12. "Keep On Tryin’" (Timothy B. Schmit) – 2:43
  13. "Hoe Down / Slow Poke" (Richie Furay & Rusty Young / Rusty Young) – 4:15
  14. "Rose Of Cimarron" (Rusty Young) – 5:34

Personnel[edit]

  • Richie Furay – vocals on “Magnolia,” vocals and guitar on "Hoe Down / Slow Poke"

Production[edit]

  • Producer: Poco, Mark Henry Harman; The album was engineered for release by Mark Omann at Universal Mastering and supervised by John Thaler for Futuredge Music.