What does "Inamorata" mean
Mitchell Howard | Havelock North, NZ | 04/20/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"An interesting album from Poco, more diverse than Ghost Town which it was paired with in the original CD release, more modern (80's)productions and some damn good songs. But really I think the fire was pretty much starting to flicker at this point. Richie Furay and Timothy B Schmit are both listed in the credits and you can certainly hear them on track 1 "Days Gone By" which is good Poco in the Ghost Town, Legend era. An excellent and emotive version of Rick Nelson's "This Old Flame" and a couple of other good things like Paul Cotton's "Odd Man Out", but some of the albums songs start to drag, like "Brenda X". Apart from the re-union album of the original Poco "Legacy", this was it until "Running Horse", which I listened to again the other day and it grows on you. A better album than Inamorata. Buy it if you are a Poco nut and I believe there are plenty of us out there. If you a casual Country Rock fan, The Essential Collection or Cantamos, Indian Summer are the place to start."
POCO IN THE EIGHTIES
Mark H. Bramble | eastern shore of maryland | 01/02/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A GOOD RECORD THAT GETS BETTER WITH MORE LISTENS.SUPPORTED BY ORIGINAL DRUMMER GEORGE GRANTHAM,FOUNDER RICHIE FURAY AND LONG TIME BASSIST TIM SCHMIT WHO ALL CONTRIBUTE BACKING VOCALS THIS EFFORT SHINES IN SPOTS.DAYS GONE BYE,SAVE A CORNER OF YOUR HEART AND THE STORM ARE CLASSIC POCO SONGS.WHILE,STANDING IN THE FIRE,ODD MAN OUT AND DAYLIGHT PROVED THEY WERE ABLE TO CHANGE WITH THE TIMES.
A REAL KEEPER THIS ONE!"