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POCO Makes the Archive of "The Great Lost Songs"

PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 10:29 am
by kweevak
next stop - the RRHOF?

but, seriously, for the past few years I've been maintaining a "Hall of Records" that houses some of the great lost, under-rated and overlooked songs of all time at ...

http://www.richlynchband.com/xtras/lost-songs/

Please suggest new songs for nomination!

#LostSongsARMY
#NewNashvilleRockSound

Re: POCO Makes the Archive of "The Great Lost Songs"

PostPosted: Sat Nov 18, 2017 4:37 pm
by Tabasco
Interesting you have a cut off Uriah Heep's Abominog album (Peter Goalby era). I'm a big Uriah Heep fan. I have almost all of their releases. The current lineup (RIP Trevor Bolder) is awesome. Their last three studio albums smoke.

Re: POCO Makes the Archive of "The Great Lost Songs"

PostPosted: Fri Nov 24, 2017 12:52 pm
by kweevak
LOST SONGS: December 2017 Inductees Announced:
http://www.richlynchband.com/xtras/lost-songs/

Re: POCO Makes the Archive of "The Great Lost Songs"

PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 2:24 pm
by Patm
100 years from now music historians will ponder two great mysteries.
a] How was the "Pet Sounds" album not a hit when it was released?
b] How was the song "Good Feelin to Know" not a massive #1 hit when it was released. Years later I listen and still can't figure it out.

The third question pondered by historians might also have been why Poco was not an early inductee into the R&R HOF. However by that time Jann Wenner and the entire nominating board will have been totally discredited and looked up on as the smug condescending idiots they were.

Re: POCO Makes the Archive of "The Great Lost Songs"

PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2017 4:23 pm
by larrypocofan
When I first heard Let's Dance Tonight. I immediately thought Richie and Poco finally got a hit. Well I was wrong. Also, Save A Corner of Your Heart by Rusty Young on Inamorata sounded to me like a big hit.