It was recorded live in July 1977 at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in California during the Indian Summer tour.
Plans to release it were suspended when Tim Schmit announced that he was leaving to join The Eagles to replace former Poco member Randy Meisner. It was finally issued in November 2004.
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Songs On Poco The Last Roundup
- Living in the Band – 3:16 (originally on the studio album Indian Summer)
- Dallas – 3:34 (Head Over Heels)
- Magnolia – 6:45 (cover of the JJ Cale song originally on Crazy Eyes)
- Honky Tonk Downstairs – 2:44 (Poco)
- P.N.S. (When You Come Around) – 3:16 (Rose of Cimaron)
- Sagebrush Serendae – 3:12 (Cantamos)
- Indian Summer – 4:22 (Indian Summer)
- Too Many Nights Too Long – 5:20 (Rose of Cimaron)
- Starin’ at the Sky – 2:55 (Rose of Cimaron)
- Twenty Years – 4:54 (Indian Summer)
- The Dance – 9:59 (Indian Summer)
- Keep on Tryin’ – 2:43 (Head Over Heels)
- Hoe Down/Slow Poke – 4:15 (From The Inside/Rose of Cimaron)
- Rose of Cimaron – 5:34 (Rose of Cimaron)
Playing on the album are:
Paul Cotton – guitar, vocals
Rusty Young – steel guitar, guitar, vocals
Timothy B. Schmit – bass, vocals
George Grantham – drums, vocals
Original member Richie Furay joined the band for Magnolia and Hoe Down / Slow Poke.
It’s such a shame that this was held back because it’s a terrific album and I think it would have helped fans of The Eagles investigate their new member’s back catalogue.
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