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Legend

Poco

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1.1
Boomerang
Poco
3:52
1.2
Spellbound
Poco
5:16
1.3
Barbados
Poco
3:34
1.4
Little Darlin'
Poco
3:46
1.5
Love Comes Love Goes
Poco
3:59
1.6
Heart Of The Night
Poco
4:54
1.7
Crazy Love
Poco
2:56
1.8
The Last Goodbye
Poco
5:43
1.9
Legend
Poco
4:17
Total Playing Time    38:17
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 greenlighting the recording of the intended debut album of the Cotton-Young Band. November 1978 saw the release of the Cotton-Young Band recordings as Legend the eleventh studio album by Poco, ABC having decided to continue the "brand" of Cotton and Young's supposedly defunct outfit, two sidemen from the Cotton-Young Band sessions: drummer Steve Chapman and bassist Charlie Harrison, being afforded tenure in a new Poco lineup (and veteran Poco drummer George Grantham thus being ousted from the group): shortly after the release of Legend Kim Bullard was recruited as keyboardist in Poco's new lineup (Legend had featured session keyboardist Tom Stephenson).
192 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Geffen Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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