Out Now: Richie Furay ’50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour’ Live CD/DVD

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50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour is a special new release from singer/songwriter Richie Furay commemorating his work with Poco, Buffalo Springfield, The Souther Hillman Furay Band — and recreating Poco’s 1971 live album.

The set is available now digitally, as a two-CD set and on DVD.

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More details:

In November 2018, the Richie Furay Band took the stage at the historic Troubadour in West Hollywood, 40 years after Poco made it’s live debut in the same concert hall. The performance included two sets from Furay and his band: Still DeLIVErin, which featured solo songs, Poco favorites and Buffalo Springfield gems, while the second set, DeLIVErin’ Again, was highlighted by a full-album performance of Poco’s 1971 live album and “A Good Feelin’ To Know,” for which Timothy B. Schmit joined Furay and the band on vocals.

Furay previewed it in recent weeks with a few live clips from the record.

Said Furay about his return to the Troubadour:

“This was actually something that I never thought could happen. My manager David Stone had been trying to persuade me for a couple of years to perform the Poco Deliverin’ album in its entirety, and I had always responded that it’ll never happen. I had been doing a few of the songs in my live performances for some time, but the thought of actually trying to capture the moment and excitement of doing all of those songs “live” was going to be a challenge. I do believe that my group, at that time, was the only “representation” of Poco that could attempt it and I believe the final product speaks for itself–it was a challenge, and we met the challenge. Having Timothy B. Schmit join us for one of his songs was an extra added bonus and having him return for the encore.”

Here’s the album’s full track listing:

SET 1: “Still DeLIVErin’”
On The Way Home
Let’s Dance Tonight
We Were The Dreamers
Don’t Let It Pass By
Go and Say Goodbye
Wake Up My Soul
Hard Country
Wind of Change
Anyway Bye Bye

SET 2 “DeLIVErin’ Again”
I Guess You Made It
Hear That Music (with Timothy B. Schmit)
Kind Woman
Hard Luck
Child’s Claim To Fame
Pickin’ Up The Pieces
You Better Think Twice
A Man Like Me
Just in Case It Happens, Yes Indeed
Grand Junction
Consequently So Long
A Good Feelin’ To Know (with Timothy B. Schmit)

Stream the live album below.


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