Richie Furay ’50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour’: Watch

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Richie Furay at the Troubadour concert

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Richie Furay, one of the architects of the country rock genre as a member of Buffalo Springfield, Poco, and later with the Southern Hillman Furay Band, has announced the April 2, 2021, release of the live concert album 50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour. It will be released as a double CD as well as a single DVD concert film via DSDK Productions, distributed by MRI Entertainment. Watch several of the performances below.

Recorded at the iconic Los Angeles venue in November 2018, the album is comprised of two sets: “Still DeLIVErin’,” which encompasses Buffalo Springfield songs, favored Poco tunes and some of his finest solo work, and “DeLIVErin’ Again,” a front-to-back performance of Poco’s classic 1971 live album DeLIVErin’ plus their 1972 signature song “A Good Feelin’ to Know.” Furay’s Poco bandmate Timothy B. Schmit joined for two of the songs.

Poco’s classic live album, DeLIVErin’, was released 50 years ago on Jan. 13, 1971.

Watch the band perform three Poco favorites

Related: Our Album Rewind of the Souther, Hillman Furay Band

Richie Furay and Timothy B. Schmit, The Troubadour, November 16, 2018

The sold-out concert marked Furay‘s 50th anniversary return to the venue where Poco (originally as Pogo) performed their very first shows in 1968. The evening was marked by Schmit joining Furay on the Schmit-penned “Hear That Music” from DeLIVErin’ and “A Good Feelin’ to Know.” (Poco’s first bass player, Randy Meisner, was at the show backstage but did not perform.)

The Richie Furay Band also includes Jesse Furay Lynch (tambourine and vocals), Scott Sellen (guitars, banjo and vocals), Jack Jeckot (keyboards, harmonica, guitar and vocals), Aaron Sellen (bass guitar and vocals),
Alan Lemke (drums), plus Dave Pearlman (pedal steel guitar and dobro).

Watch the performance of one of Furay’s great Buffalo Springfield songs, “Kind Woman”

The performance of “C’mon” was shared in advance of the album’s release. “[It] was a song that certainly captured the heart of Poco’s audiences,” says Fray. “It was a concert closer for our set for quite a few years having that upbeat tempo that just drew our audiences in.”

Watch them perform it at the anniversary show

The complete track listing appears below the links.

50th Anniversary Return to the Troubadour Tracklisting

CD1: “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

CD2: “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
Encore: A Good Feelin’ To Know (with Timothy B. Schmit)

Watch a fan video of Furay and Schmit on the evening’s finale, “A Good Feelin’ To Know”

Related: Our Album Rewind of Poco’s DeLIVErin’

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