Richie Furay first came to prominence as the crystal clear vocalist acting as a foil between the voices of Stephen Stills’ soulful blues and Neil Young’s Canadian folk-rock in the seminal Buffalo Springfield. Furay subsequently founded Poco, one of the leaders of the country-rock movement, but left after making impressive contributions to A GOOD FEELIN' TO KNOW and CRAZY EYES. He then joined the Souther Hillman Furay Band in 1974, alongside J.D. Souther and Chris Hillman, before making his solo debut with 1976’s I'VE GOT A REASON. After 1979s I STILL HAVE DREAMS, Furay retired from music for many years, becoming a pastor in Colorado; however, he reunited with Poco for a surprisingly solid 1989 reunion album, LEGACY. In 2006, Furay recorded his first secular album in over 25 years, HEARTBEAT OF LOVE.
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