Paul Cotton (from POCO)

PAUL COTTON from POCO
Paul Cotton replaced Jim Messina (Loggins & Messina) in Poco and they released From The Inside (1971), featuring Cotton's "Bad Weather," which became a signature song for the band. Poco was originally formed by Richie Furay and Jim Messina following the demise of Buffalo Springfield in 1968. The Poco album is considered to be the best and most important album of a new musical genre that united country with rock music. 1978's Legend became the group's most commercially successful album, containing two Top Twenty hits, one of which was Paul Cotton's "Heart of the Night." The album was certified gold, Poco's first album to achieve this distinction. With 24 original albums and 27 "Best of" and anthology collections, the band boasts a total catalog of 51 releases.

 

 

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