Furay

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The Souther–Hillman–Furay Band (album)
... The Souther-Hillman-Furay Band is the debut album by The Souther-Hillman-Furay Band, released in 1974 ...
Souther–Hillman–Furay Band
... The Souther Hillman Furay Band (SHF) was a country rock supergroup led by singer-songwriters Richie Furay (Buffalo Springfield, Poco), Chris Hillman (The Byrds ...
From The Inside (Poco Album) - Track Listing
... Hoe Down" (Richie Furay, Rusty Young) – 204 "Bad Weather" (Paul Cotton) – 502 "What Am I Gonna Do" (Richie Furay) – 346 "You Are The One" (Richie Furay) – 348 "Railroad Days" (Paul ... Schmit) – 310 "Do You Feel It Too" (Richie Furay) – 532 "Ol’ Forgiver" (Paul Cotton) – 338 "What If I Should Say I Love You" (Richie Furay) – 337 "Just For Me And ...
The Souther–Hillman–Furay Band (album) - Track Listing
... "Fallin' in Love" (Richie Furay) – 331 "Heavenly Fire" (Len Fagan, Chris Hillman) – 346 "The Heartbreaker" (J ... Souther) – 257 "Believe Me" (Furay) – 503 "Border Town" (Souther) – 354 "Safe at Home" (Hillman) – 254 "Pretty Goodbyes" (Souther) – 343 "Rise and Fall" (Fagan, Hillman) – 308 "The Flight of the Dove" (Fur ...
Crazy Loving: The Best Of Poco 1975–1982 - History - 1980 To 1999
... Furay, Schmit and Grantham had, since their departures, each guested with Poco at various times ... (1989), reuniting original members Young, Furay, Messina, Grantham, and Meisner 20 years after Poco's debut ... Furay bowed out early on and Poco toured as a headliner in the summer of 1990 with Sundrud returning to take over rhythm guitar from Furay ...