'Thirds' turned out to be Joe Walsh's last studio outing with the Cleveland group.
Young wrote the two songs that remain perhaps the best known in Poco's substantial canon, 'Rose of Cimarron' and 'Crazy Love.'
The 1976 album 'You Can’t Argue With A Sick Mind' was a live celebration of Walsh's career to that point.
The first studio record the band made without Moon, 'Face Dances,' entered the American album chart on April 4, 1981.
The magazine's weekly index of best-selling long players was published on a regular basis for the first time in March 1956.
The post-Walsh line-up of the Cleveland rock continued with a fifth chart album in 1972.
On his bestselling album ‘Against The Wind,' Bob Seger balanced thoughtful ballads with hellraising rock tunes to create a classic.
Frey was a six-time Grammy-winner as a member of the Eagles, and a solo artist of distinction.
After a series of albums that either didn’t chart or were at best modest sellers, early 1977 saw the band on the way to their first gold LP.
'So What' turned out to be Walsh’s last studio release before he joined the ranks of the Eagles to replace Bernie Leadon.
Late in 1974, the Ozarks were back with a swift follow-up to their self-titled debut, and back on the US chart with 'It’ll Shine When It Shines.'
Rick and his Stone Canyon Band found new success with first the 'Garden Party' single, then the album of the same name.
Fourteen years after Don Henley's famous quote, the group reunited and returned to the charts.
The Springfield, Missouri band's third LP, 'The Car Over The Lake' album, hit the US chart in November 1975.
It was the album that started Walsh's post-James Gang, pre-Eagles period.