Rose of Cimarron

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All Music Guide - James Chrispell
Lushly produced pop
ock, Rose of Cimarron hosts an array of sidemen, most notably Al Garth, formerly of Loggin & Messina, and keyboardist Steve Ferguson. The country influence is nearly abandoned except for the Rusty Young tune "Company's Comin'/Slow Poke." There are great tunes with great arrangements throughout.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - James Chrispell
Lushly produced pop
ock, Rose of Cimarron hosts an array of sidemen, most notably Al Garth, formerly of Loggin & Messina, and keyboardist Steve Ferguson. The country influence is nearly abandoned except for the Rusty Young tune "Company's Comin'/Slow Poke." There are great tunes with great arrangements throughout.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/21/1995
  • Label: Mca Japan
  • EAN: 4988067017758
  • Catalog Number: 18009
  • Sales rank: 250,547

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Poco Primary Artist, Hand Clapping, Hand Clapping
Paul Cotton Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals, 12-string Guitar, spanish guitar
George Drums, Vocals, Timpani
Al Garth Fiddle, Flute, Violin, Alto Saxophone, Vocals
George Grantham Drums
Mark Henry Harman Keyboards
Milt Holland Percussion, Marimbas, Washboard
Johnny Logan Banjo
Mark Celeste, Cello
Paul Weller Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals
Doug Rider Hand Clapping, Hand Clapping
Timothy B. Schmit Bass, Harmonica, Vocals
Jeddrah Schmit Hand Clapping, Hand Clapping
Tom Sellers Piano, Piano (Grand)
Sid Sharp Strings, Concert Master
Rusty Young Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Dobro, Guitar, Mandolin, Pedal Steel Guitar, Electric Guitar, Steel Guitar, Vocals, 12-string Guitar
John "Juke" Logan Banjo
Timothy Bass, Harmonica, Vocals
Holland Mit Percussion
Noreen Schmit Hand Clapping, Hand Clapping
Steve Ferguson Piano, Electric Piano
Technical Credits
Poco Producer
George Contributor
Mark Henry Harman Producer, Engineer
Mark Herman Producer, Engineer
Doug Rider Engineer
Timothy B. Schmit Composer
Tom Sellers Arranger, String Arrangements
Wally Traugott Mastering
John "Juke" Logan Composer
Mark Harman Producer, Engineer
Tom Wilkes Art Direction
Phil Hartman Art Direction
Philip Hartmann Art Direction
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Surprisingly Good Record

    I remember when I first bought this album. I did not know what to expect because the best years of the band were supposedly behind them. What a great surprise to find the album so enjoyable. Contrary to the other review here this album is still very much great country rock. This album has a broader reach as several of the tunes have a somewhat south of the border feel. The good thing is that it works very well. The harmonies are great and the songs are very strong. If you are a fan of Poco I can recommend this album very highly. I would also say its not a bad selection for a newcomer although one of the compilations such as ''Very Best of'' might be a better choice.

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