The Very Best of Poco (1975 album)

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The Very Best Of
Greatest hits album by Poco
Released May 1975
Genre Country rock
Producer Steve Cropper, Jim Messina, Jack Richardson
Poco chronology
Head over Heels
(1975)
The Very Best of Poco
(1975)
Live
(1976)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

The first in a long line of compilation albums, The Very Best of Poco features highlights from the band's career from 1969-1974. When released on CD in the late 80s, the album omits two tracks originally on the album, "Railroad Days" and "Skatin" for space reasons.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "You Better Think Twice" (Jim Messina) – 3:21 (Taken From "Poco")
  2. "Just For Me And You" (Richie Furay) – 3:37 (Taken From "From The Inside")
  3. "Bad Weather" (Paul Cotton) – 5:02 (Taken From "From The Inside)
  4. "Fools Gold" (Rusty Young) – 2:23 (Taken From "Crazy Eyes")
  5. "A Good Feelin' To Know" (Richie Furay) – 3:56 (Taken From "A Good Feelin' To Know")
  6. "Another Time Around" (Paul Cotton) – 5:01 (Taken From "Cantamos")
  7. "Faith In The Families" (Paul Cotton) – 3:43 (Taken From "Seven")
  8. "Just In Case It Happens, Yes Indeed / Grand Junction / Consequently So Long [Live]" (Richie Furay/Rusty Young/Skip Goodwin) – 10:10 (Taken From "Deliverin'")
  9. "Railroad Days" (Paul Cotton) - 3:37 (Taken From "From The Inside") - Omitted From CD Version
  10. "Sweet Lovin'" (Richie Furay) – 6:23 (Taken From "A Good Feelin' To Know")
  11. "Rocky Mountain Breakdown" (Rusty Young) – 2:16 (Taken From "Seven")
  12. "Here We Go Again" (Timothy B. Schmit) – 3:28 (Taken From "Crazy Eyes")
  13. "C'mon [Live]" (Richie Furay) – 3:17 (Taken From "Deliverin'")
  14. "A Right Along" (Paul Cotton) – 4:43 (Taken From "Crazy Eyes")
  15. "A Man Like Me [Live]" (Richie Furay) – 4:04 (Taken From "Deliverin'")
  16. "And Settlin' Down" (Richie Furay) – 3:41 (Taken From "A Good Feelin' To Know")
  17. "Skatin" (Timothy B. Schmit) - 4:44 (Taken From "Seven") - Omitted From CD Version
  18. "Pickin' Up the Pieces" (Richie Furay) – 3:20 (Taken From Poco's Debut "Pickin' Up The Pieces")

Personnel[edit]

Chart positions[edit]

Year Chart Position
1975 The Billboard 200 90

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