This reminds me why I hate Don Henley so much, taking Timmy from the best country rock band in history, where he wrote so many amazing songs on every album, and turned him into a sideman who was lucky to get one song per album. As much as I love Richie and Jim, my favorite version of Poco was after they left, when it was Rusty, Paul, Timmy, and George, because then Paul, Timmy, and Rusty flourished even more as songwriters. I really loved the few post Timmy/George albums too, where they took a harder rock stance, starting with Legend, but increasing that style with Under the Gun and Blue and Grey. In the early days, some of the hardest rocking songs were Timmy's like these two. And, of course the Eagles took my other favorite singer/songwriter/guitar player, Joe Walsh, and made him just a sideman too.