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Seven

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Drivin' Wheel
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Rocky Mountain Breakdown
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Just Call My Name
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Skatin'
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Faith In The Families
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Krikkit's Song (Passing Through)
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Angel
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You've Got Your Reasons
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 35:45

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Rusty Young/Timothy Schmidt's Poco

beaglesayarf

Post Richie Poco had some provin' to do:what would they be after Furay's departure? Good Old Poco! Rusty and Timothy take charge and there are some great cuts on this album; Faith in the Families, You've got your reasons, Drivin' Wheel & RM Breakdown are the standouts. Timmy caught the attention of the Eagles when Poco moved to ABC/MCA, but it took Paul Cotton and Rusty Young to (finally) get them on the charts. Long Live Poco!

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Side 1....

martuccij

If you download the 1st 4 songs you'll have a really nice 20 minutes or so....it goes downhill from there. When I had this on a "record" I about never played side 2, but side one got worn the hell out.....

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They Say All Music Guide

With strong, soaring harmonies, a healthy balance between acoustic country-rock and heavy rock & roll, and some fairly strong songs, Seven is a major surprise, given that this is the group’s first post-Richie Furay album. George Grantham’s drumming is a special highlight (check out his solo on “Drivin’ Wheel”), but all of the playing is superb, and with one or two additional strong songs, this would be a highly recommended album, and as it is, it’s quite good. Unfortunately, not everything here is as strong as “Drivin’ Wheel” or “Rocky Mountain Breakdown.” – Bruce Eder