Poco is an American country rock band originally formed by Richie Furay and Jim Messina following the demise of Buffalo Springfield in 1968. The title of their first album, Pickin' Up The Pieces, is a reference to the break-up of the Springfield. Throughout the years Poco has performed in various groupings, with the latest version still active today. The Forgotten Trail (1969–74) is a 2-CD collection of the greatest hits of Poco recorded during the group's work for Epic Records, which included their first eight albums (through Cantamos). Although this collection does not include most of Poco's biggest hits, which came after the group's move to ABC Records, it also contains both sides of a non-LP single, three remixes, three alternate takes and six unreleased tracks, all of which came from Richie Furay's original time in the band. In particular, the album includes an alternate acoustic version of Poco's first hit, Jim Messina's "You Better Think Twice", and four previously-unreleased songs from the Crazy Eyes sessions, including Furay's "Believe Me", which later became a hit for the Souther-Hillman-Furay Band.
01 - Pickin' Up The Pieces 02 - Grand Junction 03 - Consequently, So Long 04 - First Love 05 - Calico Lady 06 - My Kind Of Love 07 - Hard Luck 08 - Last Call (Cold Enchilada #3) 09 - Honky Tonk Downstairs 10 - Hurry Up 11 - You Better Think Twice 12 - Anyway Bye Bye 13 - I Guess You Made It 14 - C'mon 15 - Hear That Music 16 - Kind Woman 17 - Just For Me And You 18 - Bad Weather 19 - You Better Think Twice 20 - Lullaby In September
01 - You Are The One 02 - From The Inside 03 - A Good Feelin' To Know 04 - I Can See Everything 05 - And Settlin' Down 06 - Blue Water 07 - Fool's Gold 08 - Nothin's Still The Same 09 - Skunk Creek 10 - Here We Go Again 11 - Crazy Eyes 12 - Get In The Wind 13 - Believe Me 14 - Rocky Mountain Breakdown 15 - Faith In The Families 16 - Western Waterloo 17 - Whatever Happened To Your Smile 18 - Sagebrush Serenade