Favorite Country-Rock albums

smartsoul72

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My musical taste really jumps around a lot. But some years ago I really got into country rock. I listened to as much as I could from the late 60s to the early 70s. Then I kinda moved on to something else...
Anyway, I've been in the mood again. At least for the records I personally consider classics.
Here are my top 5. And a special mention to Dylan's "Nashville Skyline", but I wanted to limit myself to 5.
What are your favorites?
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Polo’s Pickin’ Up The Pieces, and eponymous follow-up leap to mind.
(Ducking), the first, eponymous Eagles album.
The first two New Riders Of The Purple Sage albums.
Good picks, Bill! There is a lot I like on that 1st Poco record, for sure. And the New Riders are great too. My older brother was a big "early" Eagles fan, and some of their stuff really stuck with me.
 

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I can't say I had a favorite album, but in 1973 I was drawn to Poco, Pure Prairie League, and the Eagles. There was an acoustic trio playing many of their songs at a bar complex named "Seville Quarter" in Pensacola. I had a real DL that said I was 21 (the drinking age). I was 17, and couldn't smile at the waitress when I got carded because I had braces. If I hadn't been asked to join a rock band, I'm sure I would have spent time playing in an acoustic group.

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