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  1. Rusty Young, one of Poco's frontmen, was inspired by the legend of Old West outlaw Rose Dunn, also known as Rose of the Cimarron. "'Rose of Cimarron' is a song I wrote after I picked up a brochure while Poco were on tour in Oklahoma in ," Young explained. "It told a story of a woman who took in outlaws in the s.
  2. Dec 05,  · Rose of Cimarron, one of their many excellent albums with the Schmit/Young/Grantham/Cotton line up, is a perfect example of the Jekyll – Hyde formula that seemed to plague this excellent, underrated band. All wrote and sang, but fans of Young/Schmit may not be fans of Paul Cotton. The Eagles, on that count, did blend better/5(22).
  3. Rose Of Cimarron Lyrics: Roll along, roll on / Rose of Cimarron / Dusty days are gone / Rose of Cimarron / Shadows touch the sand and / Look to see who's standin' / Waitin' at your window.
  4. "Rose of Cimarron" is a song recorded by American country rock band Poco, being the title cut of their album release of the same name. Written by Poco founding member Rusty Young, the song featured lead vocals by Paul Cotton and Timothy B. Schmit. Rose of the Cimarron was the sobriquet given in American frontier lore to Rose Dunn, who, at age 15, was romantically .
  5. Jun 07,  · referencing Rose Of Cimarron, LP, Album, ABCL I have the vinyl version of this and had convinced myself that there was a jump on "Stealaway" at ; I cleaned and cleaned the vinyl again and again with no improvement and so resigned myself to having bought a defective copy/5().

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