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Poco is an American country rock band that was formed in 1968 by Richie Furay and Jim Messina after their previous band, Buffalo Springfield, broke up. The group is known for their blend of country, rock, and folk styles, as well as their pioneering efforts to bring the country rock sound to the mainstream.

Poco's first two albums, Pickin' Up the Pieces and Deliverin', were released in 1969 and featured songs like "Pickin' Up the Pieces" and "C'mon." These two albums set the tone for the band's sound and established them as a major force in the country-rock scene.

In 1972, Poco released their breakthrough album, A Good Feelin' to Know, which included the singles "Crazy Love" and "Keep on Believin'". This album was followed by the band's first top 10 hit, "Call It Love," which was featured on the album, Legend.

The band's next album, Head Over Heels, featured the hit single "Heart of the Night" and was the band's highest charting album. Poco continued to have success throughout the 1980s with the albums Inamorata and Ghost Town.

One interesting fact about Poco is that the band's name is an acronym for "Pickin' and Singin' Country-style." The band's name was chosen to emphasize the fact that their music was a blend of country and rock.

Throughout their career, Poco has released several standout albums, such as Pickin' Up the Pieces, Deliverin', A Good Feelin' to Know, Head Over Heels, and Ghost Town. Some of their most memorable songs include "Crazy Love," "Call It Love," "Heart of the Night," and "Good Feelin' to Know."