• West Coast Music

    As the name indicates West Coast Music has its origin on the American West Coast. The music emphasizes melody, harmonies and arrangements, and the vocal and instrumental performances are always with great skill and of high quality. The music is often performed by pop/rock artists from the American West Coast, but is in no way limited to any geografical area.

loggins

Excellent songwriter with a beautiful voice…

Kenny Loggins has been many things to many people over the past three decades — “a moving target” as he’s put it. In his time, Loggins has been a guitar-slinger with a psychedelic rock band, a hot young songwriter with a publishing deal, half of a legendary country-rock duo, a massively successful and accomplished solo artist, a sonic pioneer in the smooth jazz genre, a reigning soundtrack superstar, a rocker, a seeker, as well as an enduring recording artist and live performer whose most recent works have spoken deeply to both young audiences and decidedly adult and worldly concerns.  At the heart of it all, there remains a brilliant singer-songwriter and guitarist with a lifelong passion for exploring the endless power of the song to communicate.

By any standard, Loggins’ commercial impact has been extraordinary; twelve of his albums have gone platinum and beyond. In a world of one hit wonders and fifteen minute sensations, Loggins has enjoyed hit songs in four straight decades — a remarkable testament to his exceptional craftsmanship and stamina. Yet the true measure of this man cannot be weighed in platinum and gold. Through it all, Kenny Loggins has earned the faith of those who’ve followed him along the way. To this day, Loggins continues to write and record at the height of his powers as a singer and a songwriter. This is something that Loggins proves every time he takes the stage to sing his soulful songs straight from the heart.

Kenny Loggins was born in Everett, Washington, and moved to the Los Angeles area as a young boy. After a short and, in retrospect, rather surprising stint as a guitarist for The Electric Prunes, Loggins scored a job as a $100-a-week staff songwriter and penned four songs on the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band’s 1970 album Uncle Charlie and His Dog Teddy, among them the classic “House at Pooh Corner.” Around this same time, Loggins caught the attention of former Buffalo Springfield producer and Poco member Jim Messina, then working as staff producer at CBS. Originally, Loggins set out to record his solo debut with Messina behind the boards as his producer.  As work progressed, Messina’s involvement increased and the album subsequently emerged in 1972 as Kenny Loggins with Jim Messina Sittin’ In – a gem that featured Loggins’ future standards “Danny’s Song” and “House At Pooh Corner” and quickly established this accidental duo as one of significant recording and touring acts of the 70s.

When Loggins & Messina split up in 1976, Loggins wasted no time in achieving solo stardom with such million-selling solo albums as Celebrate Me Home, Nightwatch (which included the hit “Whenever I Call You Friend” with Stevie Nicks), Keep The Fire (“This Is It,”) and 1982’s High Adventure (“Don’t Fight It” with Steve Perry and “Heart To Heart”).  These albums saw Loggins expanding his musical range, impressively exploring new textures of jazz, rock and pop with ambitious production. Loggins’ reputation as one of music’s outstanding vocalists was becoming well established, and in 1980 he won the Best Male Pop Vocal Grammy for “This Is It.” As a songwriter too, Loggins continued to grow, a fact evidenced by his many inspired collaborations such as co-writing the 1979 Grammy-winning Song of The Year “What A Fool Believes” with his long-time friend Michael McDonald of the Doobie Brothers.

In the 80s, Loggins became more famous than ever as the king of the movie theme songs, thanks to massive smashes like “I’m Alright” (from Caddyshack), “Footloose” (from Footloose), “Danger Zone” (from Top Gun), and “Nobody’s Fool” (from Caddyshack II). Loggins also continued to record albums that were introspective and deeply personal, including 1985’s Vox Humana, 1988’s Back to Avalon, 1991’s Leap of Faith (featuring “Conviction of the Heart,” a song Al Gore called “the unofficial anthem of the environmental movement”), The Unimaginable Life (1997) and 2003’s It’s About Time. During this same period, Loggins continued to take on new challenges like recording a Christmas album (1998’s December) and two successful and acclaimed CDs for children: 1994’s radiant Return To Pooh Corner and its worthy follow-up, More Songs From Pooh Corner.

In 2005, Kenny Loggins reunited with his former partner Jim Messina to great surprise and considerable acclaim. As much personally as musically, the Sittin’ In Again tour allowed Loggins to rediscover an old friendship. That done, Loggins finds himself doing again what he has always done — writing and playing his songs, digging deep and looking toward the next step.

Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Kenny Loggins was born in Everett, WA, and moved to Los Angeles in his teens. He got a job as a staff writer and wrote four songs used on a Nitty Gritty Dirt Band album in 1970, among them the hit “House at Pooh Corner.” This brought him to the attention of former Poco member Jim Messina, now a staff producer at CBS, who intended to produce Loggins’ debut album. The two ended up in a duo, however, and Loggins & Messina made a series of successful albums during the ’70s.

Loggins & Messina broke up in 1976, and Loggins went on to solo stardom with such million-selling albums as Celebrate Me Home, Nightwatch (which included the hit “Whenever I Call You Friend”), and Keep the Fire, all in the cheerful, sensitive style he had displayed in Loggins & Messina.

Loggins also became known as the king of the movie soundtrack song, scoring Top Ten hits with “I’m Alright” (from Caddyshack), “Footloose” (from Footloose), “Danger Zone” (from Top Gun), and “Nobody’s Fool” (from Caddyshack II). His own albums sold less well (and came less frequently) throughout the ’80s, with later efforts like 1991’s Leap of Faith, 1997’s The Unimaginable Life and 1998’s December finding favor primarily in adult contemporary circles.

Words and pictures from the official Kenny Loggins site.

Discography

Live At Rock´n Rockets 1998

Mountain Main Music 2018

Tracks: Heart to Heart, This Is It, For the First Time, No Doubt About Love, Return to Pooh Corner, Your Mama Don’t Dance, Whenever I Call You “Friend”, Celebrate Me Home, Conviction of the Heart, Danger Zone, I’m Alright (Theme from “Caddyshack”) & Footloose.

Musicians on the Live At Rock´n Rockets 1998 album: Kenny Loggins and others.

Live On Soundstage

BMG Records 2017

Tracks: Forever, The Real Thing, Heart To Heart, This Is It, What A Fool Believes, Show You The Way, Whenever I Call You ‘Friend’, Return To Pooh Corner, Thinking Of You, Angry Eyes, Vahevalah, Your Mama Don’t Dance, I’m Alright, Danger Zone & Footloose.

Musicians on the Live On Soundstage album: Kenny Loggins, David Foster, Michael McDonald, Jim Messina, Georgia Middleman, Gary Burr, Thundercat, Shem von Schroeck, George Hawkins Jr., Chris Rodriguez, Scott James Bernard, Georgia L. Middleman, David M. Beyer, Thomas Brechtlein, Dennis Hamm, Michael Rojas, Steve Nieves, Gary Oleyer, Gary Burr, James Wheeler, Gabriel Dixon, Simbryth Dortch, Yvonne Gage, Nicole Garza, Typhanie Coller, Leslie Beukelman, Michael Harvey, John Rutledge, Adrian Dortch, David Wilner, Devin Thompson, Erika Solomon, Hana Loggins, Cameron Goode, Daniel Pass, Zachary Johnson, Emma Samuelson, Chezney Rowlett & Maya Lou Hlava

Celebrate Me Home/Leap Of Faith/Outside: From The Redwoods

Sony Music 2009

Tracks: Disc 1: Lady Luck, If You Be Wise, I Believe In Love, Set It Free, Why Do People Lie, Enter My Dream, I’ve Got The Melody (Deep In My Heart), Celebrate Me Home, Daddy’s Back & You Don’t Know Me. Disc 2: Will Of The Wind, Leap Of Faith, The Real Thing, Conviction Of The Heart, If You Believe, I Would Do Anything, Sweet Reunion, Now Or Never, My Father’s House, Cody’s Song, Will Of The Wind (Reprise) & Too Early For The Sun. Disc 3: Conviction Of The Heart, What A Fool Believes, Your Mama Don’t Dance, I Would Do Anything, Now And Then, Angry Eyes, If You Believe, Celebrate Me Home, Love Will Follow, Leap Of Faith, This Is It, Footloose & I’m Alright.

Musicians on the Celebrate Me Home/Leap Of Faith/Outside: From The Redwoods album: Kenny Loggins and others.

All Join In

Walt Disney Records 2009

Tracks: Underneath The Same Sky, All Together Now, You’ve Got A Friend In Me, Two Of Us, Come Go With Me, There Is A Mountain, Puppy Song, You Can All Join In, Ghandi/Buddha, Long Tailed Cat, Your Lollipop, Moose N’ Me, 1234 & Go Fish.

Musicians on the All Join In album: Kenny Loggins and others.

The Essential Kenny Loggins Limited Edition 3.0

Sony Music 2008

Tracks: DISC 1: Your Mama Don’t Dance – (with Jim Messina), Vahevala – (with Jim Messina), Danny’s Song – (with Jim Messina), House At Pooh Corner – (with Jim Messina), A Love Song – (with Jim Messina, Watching The River Run – (with Jim Messina), Angry Eyes [Single Version] – (with Jim Messina), Celebrate Me Home, I Believe In Love, Wait A Little While, Whenever I Call You “Friend”, This Is It, Keep The Fire, Now And Then, I’m Alright (Theme From Caddyshack), Heartlight, Heart To Heart, I’m Free (Heaven Helps The Man) & Don’t Fight It. DISC 2: Footloose, No Lookin’ Back, Forever, Danger Zone, Vox Humana, Meet Me Half Way, Nobody’s Fool, All The Pretty Little Ponies, Leap Of Faith, The Real Thing, For The First Time, Conviction Of The Heart, Your Heart Will Lead You Home, Return To Pooh Corner, The Unimaginable Life & What A Fool Believes – (live). DISC 3: 1. Till The Ends Meet – (with Jim Messina),The More We Try, Easy Driver, Love Will Follow, Sweet Reunion, Always In All Ways & Junkanoo Holiday (Fallin’-Flyin’).

Musicians on the Essential Kenny Loggins Limited Edition 3.0 album: Kenny Loggins, Jim Messina, Mike Hamilton, Hiram Bullock, Jon Clarke, Brian Mann, Vince Denham, Greg Phillinganes, George Hawkins, Larry Sims, Merel Bregante, Herman Matthews, Tris Imboden, K.C. Logs, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Steve Perry, Smokey Robinson, David Williams, Dann Huff, Dean Parks, Michael Landau, Neil Geraldo, Richie Zito, Steve Lukather, Tim Pierce, Buzz Feiten, Guy Thomas, Hugh McCracken, Robben Ford, Mark Mancina, Jackson Jr, Eric Gale, James Harrah, Lee Ritenour, David Lindley, Munyungo Jackson, Bill Summers, Al Garth, Leste A. Garth, Stephen Erdody, John Barnes, Ed Rockett, Michael Omartian, Lorin Grean, David Sanborn, Everette Harp, Marc Russo, Steve Wood, Robbie Buchanan, Richard Tee, David Paich, James Newton Howard, Claude Gaudette, Jai Winding, Neil Larsen, Bob James, Walter Afanasieff, David Foster, Giorgio Moroder, Anthony Marinelli, Terry Wilson, Brian Banks, Michael Boddicker, Jason Ruder, Ed Mann, Freddie Washington, Larry Klein, Nathan East, Randy Jackson, Dennis Conway, Michael Baird, Harvey Mason, Alvino Bennett, Carlos Vega, Vince Charles, Ralph MacDonald, Peter Asher, Milt Holland, Paulinho Da Costa, Steve Forman, Zakir Hussain, Kevin Ricard, Jeff Pescetto, The Screamers, Rickey Washington, Marilyn Dorman, Donna McDaniels, Kate Price, Marilyn Martin, Terry Nelson, Sheryl Crow & Derek Makamoto.

Vox Humana

Wounded Bird Records 2008

Tracks: Vox Humana, No Lookin’ Back, Let There Be love, I’ll Be There, I’m Going Do It Right, Forever, At Last, Loraine, Love Will Follow, Lead The Way & Make The Move.

Musicians on the Vox Humana album: Kenny Loggins, Carl Anderson, Philip Bailey, John Barnes, Michael Boddicker, Erich Bulling, Carl Caldwell, Paulinho Da Costa, Bunny DeBarge, Eldra DeBarge, Buzzy Feiten, David Foster, Steve George, Tris Imboden, Paul Jackson Jr, Randy Kerber, Abraham Laboriel, Michael Landau, Neil Larsen, Steve Lukather, Marilyn Martin, Donna McDaniels, Derek Nakamoto, Michael Omartian, Richard Page, Greg Phillinganes, Tim Pierce, Anita Pointer, June Pointer, Ruth Pointer, Steve Porcaro, John “J.R.” Robinson, David Sanborn, Sheila E., Hamish Stuart, Guy Thomas, Bo Tomlyn, Randy Waldman, David Williams & Steve Wood.

Keep The Fire

Wounded Bird Records 2008

Tracks: Love Has Come Of Age, Mr. Night, This Is It, Junkanoo Holiday (Fallin’ – Flyin’), Now And Then, Who’s Right, Who’s Wrong, Keep The Fire, Give It Half A Chance, Will It Last, This Is It (Live) & Keep The Fire (Live).

Musicians on the Keep The Fire album: Kenny Loggins, Jeff Bouchard, Michael Brecker, Jon Clarke, Paulinho Da Costa, Vince Denham, Michael Hamilton, George Hawkins, Milt Holland, Tris Imboden, Michael Jackson, Brian Mann, Michael McDonald, Richard Page, Richard Stekol & Fred Tackett.

Super Hits

Sony Music 2008

Tracks: Whenever I Call You “Friend”, This is It, I’m Alright (Theme From Caddyshack), Footloose, Danger Zone, Conviction of the Heart, Celebrate Me Home The Real Thing, I’m Gonna Miss You & Meet Me Half Way.

Musicians on the Super Hits album: Kenny Loggins and others.

Celebrate Me Home/Nightwatch

Beat Goes On Records 2007

Tracks: Lady Luck, If You Be Wise, I Believe In Love, Set It Free, Why Do People Lie, Enter My Dream, I’ve Got The Melody (Deep In My Heart), Celebrate Me Home, Daddy’s Back & You Don’t Know Me Nightwatch, Easy Driver, Down ‘N Dirty, Down In The Boondocks, Whenever I Call You ‘Friend’, Wait A Little While, What A Fool Believes, Somebody Knows & Angelique.

Musicians on the Celebrate Me Home/Nightwatch album: Kenny Loggins, Patti Austin, Hiram Bullock, Jon Clarke, Vince Denham, Laudir Soares de Oliveria, Robben Ford, Steve Forman, Steve Gadd, Eric Gale, Lani Groves, George Hawkins, Bob James, Steve Khan, Ralph MacDonald, Harvey Mason, Hugh McCracken, Dean Parks, Lee Ritenour, Tommy Tedesco, Richard Tee and others.

How About Now

180 Music 2007

Tracks: A Years Worth Of Distance, A Love Song, I´ll Remember Your Name, How About Now, I Don´t Want To Hade You Anymore, That´s When I Find You, If You Never Been There, Truth Is, To Much (Never Enough), This Too Will Pass, I´m A Free Man Now & One Last Goodbye Song.

Musicians on the How About Now album: Kenny Loggins, Mike Reid, Jesse Siebenberg, Paul Cartwright, Richard Marx, Tom Bukavoc, Steve Brewster, Mark Hill, Lenny Castro, Crosby Loggins, Jimmy Nichols, Richard Brannan, Jeff King, B. James Lowery, Randy Kohrs, Vanessa Freebairn, Joel Pargman, Neel Hammond, Tom Lea, Miles Mosley, Chip Davis, Jeff Pevar, Steve Distanislao, Gabe Dixon, Lois Mahaloa, Nashville Gospel Choir, Charlie Judge, Dan Needham, Will Owsley, Craig Young, Todd Hannigan, Marc Mann, Dave Marotta, Rachel Proctor, Tom Ball & Jonathan Yudkin.

How About Now

180 Music 2007

Tracks: A Years Worth Of Distance, A Love Song, I´ll Remember Your Name, How About Now, I Don´t Want To Hade You Anymore, That´s When I Find You, If You Never Been There, Truth Is, To Much (Never Enough), This Too Will Pass, I´m A Free Man Now & One Last Goodbye Song.

Musicians on the How About Now album: Kenny Loggins, Mike Reid, Jesse Siebenberg, Paul Cartwright, Richard Marx, Tom Bukavoc, Steve Brewster, Mark Hill, Lenny Castro, Crosby Loggins, Jimmy Nichols, Richard Brannan, Jeff King, B. James Lowery, Randy Kohrs, Vanessa Freebairn, Joel Pargman, Neel Hammond, Tom Lea, Miles Mosley, Chip Davis, Jeff Pevar, Steve Distanislao, Gabe Dixon, Lois Mahaloa, Nashville Gospel Choir, Charlie Judge, Dan Needham, Will Owsley, Craig Young, Todd Hannigan, Marc Mann, Dave Marotta, Rachel Proctor, Tom Ball & Jonathan Yudkin.

Collections

Sony BMG Records 2006

Tracks: I´m Alright (Theme From Caddyshack), No Lookin´Back, Footloose, Vox Humana, Heartlight, Keep The Fire, Celebrate Me Home, This Is It, Now And Then & All The Pretty Little Ponies.

Musicians on the Collections album: Kenny Loggins and others.

Christmas Collections

Sony BMG Records 2005

Tracks: Walking In The Air, Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire), The Bells Of Christmas, Coventry Carol, Christmas Time Is Here, Angels In The Snow, White Christmas, Some Children See Him, On Christmas Morning, Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas & December.

Musicians on the Christmas Collections album: Kenny Loggins, David Darling, Geoffrey Gordon, Peter Kater & R. Carlos Nakai.

Whenever I Call You Friend

Sony BMG Music 2005

Tracks: Whenever I Call You Friend, What A Fool Believes, Angelique, Give It Half A Chance, Celebrate Me Home, True Confessions, Blue On Blue, Sweet Reunion, The Real Thing & Footloose.

Musicians on the Whenever I Call You Friend album: Kenny Loggins and others.

Live

Disc Live 2004

Tracks: Keep The Fire, Heart To Heart, This Is It, It´s About Time, Leap Of Faith, Alive ´N´Kickin´, Your Mama Don´t Dance, Return To Pooh Corner, Danny´s Song, The One That Got Away, Celebrate Me Home, Angry Eyes, Conviction Of The Heart, I´m Alright, Danger Zone, Footloose & Forever.

Musicians on the Live album: Kenny Loggins and others.

It´s About Time

All The Best Records 2003

Tracks: It´s About Time, With This Ring, Alive´N´Kickin´, I Miss Us, The One That Got Away, Brothers, This Is How My Song Goes, Doin´It Right, The Undeniable Groove & No Other Voice.

Musicians on the It´s About Time album: Kenny Loggins, Dan Needham, Tommy Sims, Michael McDonald, Dom Camardella, Javier Solis, Chris Ralles, Rock Dedrick, Jerad Woods, Jovaun Wood, Amy Holland, Herman Matthews, Tim Johnson, Paul Garcia, Tom Hemby, Richard Marx, Gordon Kennedy, Clint Black, Phil Madeira, Terry McMillan, Bruce Atkinson, Danny Donnelly, Danick Dupelle, Daryl Tibbs, Don Harper, The Nashville String Machine, Randy Tico, Doug Ingoldsby, Brian Man, Dan Dugmore, Craig Young, Jerry McPherson, Chris Ralles, Glen Philips, Chris Rodriguez, Carl Herrgesell, Jim Horn, Barry Green, Mike Haynes, Josie Aiello & Tim Akers.

The Essential Kenny Loggins

Sony Music 2002

Tracks: Disc One: Your Mama Don’t Dance, Vahevela, Danny’s Song, House At Pooh Corner, A Love Song, Watching the River Run, Angry Eyes, Celebrate Me Home, I Believe In Love, Wait a Little While, Whenever I Call You “Friend”, This Is It, Keep The Fire, Now And Then, I’m Alright (theme from Caddyshack), Welcome To Heartlight, To Heart, I’m Free (Heaven Helps the Man & Don’t Fight It. Disc Two: Footloose, No Lookin’ Back, Forever, Danger Zone, Vox Humana, Meet Me Half Way, Nobody’s Fool (Theme from Caddyshack II), All the Pretty Little Ponies, Leap Of Faith, The Real Thing, For the First Time, Conviction Of the Heart, Your Heart Will Lead You Home (from The Tigger Movie), Return To Pooh Corner, The Unimaginable Life & What a Fool Believes (duet with Michael McDonald) (live, N).

Musicians on the The Essential Kenny Loggins album: Kenny Loggins, Jim Messina, Al Garth, Jon Clarke, Larry Sims, Merle Brigante, Milt Holland, Michael Omartin, Vince Charles, Robben Ford, Steve Gadd, Eric Gale, Richard Tee, Ralph McDonald, Lee Ritenor, Bob James, Hugh McCracken, Vince Denham, George Hawkins, Mike Hamilton, Tris Imboden, Brian Mann, Stevie Nicks, Paulhino Da Costa, Michael McDonald, Eddie Money, Vernon Porter, Steve Forman, Heartlight School Singers & Dancers Choir, David Foster, Derek Jackson, Lenny Castro, Richard Page, Steve George, David Sandborn, Buzz Feiten, Steve Lukather, Steve Wood, Neil Larsen, Michael Boddicker, Steve Perry, Neil Geraldo, Dennis Conway, Nathan East, Rickey Washington, Marilyn Dorman, Michael Landau, Mike Baird, Tim Pierce, Dann Huff, Richie Zito, Claude Gaudette, Jeff Pescetto, David Crosby Graham Nash, Dean Parks, Ed Rockett, Kate Price, Guy Thomas, James Harrah, Hiram Bullock, Randy Jackson, Sheryl Crow, Smokey Robinson, Paul Jackson Jr., Terry Nelson, Robbie Buchanan, Peter Asher, Carlos Vega, Bob Mann, Jimmy Johnson, Marc Russo, Colors of Love Children’s Choir, Chris Rodriguez, David Pack, Amy Grant, Mike Chapman and others.

Christmas Time Is Here

Sony Music 2001

Tracks: Christmas Time Is Here, Walking In The Air, Isabella´s Eyes, Some Children See Him, Only A Miracle, The Bells Of Christmas, Cody´s Song & White Christmas.

Musicians on the Christmas Time Is Here album: Kenny Loggins and others.

More Songs From Pooh Corner

Sony Music 2000

Tracks: Your Heart Will Lead You Home, You’ll Be In My Heart, Always, In All Ways, Flying Dreams (duet with Olivia Newton-John), That’ll Do, Turn Around, Beauty and the Beast, Baby Mine, The Inchworm, Hana Aluna Lullabye & Goodnight.

Musicians on the More Songs From Pooh Corner album: Kenny Loggins, Olivia Newton-John, Alison Krauss, Dean Parks, Jai Winding, Larry Klein, Peter Asher, Jimmy Johnson, Raven Kane, Rosemary Butler, Wendy Fraser, Stephanie Spruilli, Carmen Twille, Andrea Robinson, Bobbi Page, Arnold McCuller, Stephen Lively, Dorian Holley, Terry Wood, Mark Mancina, Lou Molino, Nathan East, Jason Ruder, Stephen Erody, Jon Clarke, Novi Novog, Stephanie Fife, Joel Derouin, Marc Mann, Eric Rigler, Frank Maracco, Gayle Levant, Don Wyatt, Rock Deadrick, Suzie Katayama, Karen Briggs, Larry Tuttle, Isabella Loggins, Hapa, Barry Flannigan, Norton Buffalo and others.

Conviction Of The Heart And Other Hits

Sony Music 1998

Tracks: Conviction Of The Heart, This Is It, If You Believe, Just Breathe, What A Fool Believes, Return To Pooh Corner, Forever, Angry Eyes, Celebrate Me Home & This Island Earth.

Musicians on the Conviction Of The Heart And Other Hits album: Kenny Loggins, Jim Messina, Michael McDonald and others.

December

Columbia Records 1998

Tracks: Walking In The Air, Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire), The Bells Of Christmas, Coventry Carol, Christmas Time Is Here, Angels In The Snow, White Christmas, Some Children See Him, On Christmas Morning, Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas & December.

Musicians on the December album: Kenny Loggins, David Darling, R. Carlos Nakai, Peter Kater, Jai Winding, Dean Parks, Peter Asher, Jon Clarke, Jimmy Johnson, Novi Novog, Kate Price, Joseph Meyer, Norton Buffalo, David Crosby, Graham Nash, Jamie Bower, Larry Tuttle, Everette Harp, Kazu Matsui and others.

Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow

Columbia Records 1997

Tracks: This Is It, Whenever I Call You ‘Friend’, Footloose, Heart To Heart, Danger Zone, Meet Me Half Way, I’m Alright (Theme From ‘Caddyshack’), Return To Pooh Corner, Don’t Fight It, Forever, Conviction Of The Heart, The Real Thing, For The First Time, Celebrate Me Home & The Rest Of Your Life.

Musicians on the Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow album: Kenny Loggins, Michael Baird, Brian Banks, John Barnes, Michael Boddicker, Robbie Buchanan, Lenny Castro, Gary Chapman, Colors of Love Choir, Dennis Conway, Paulinho Da Costa, Dave Darling, Joey Diggs, Marilyn Dorman, Bobbie Eakes, Gary Falcone, Buzzy Feiten, David Foster, Steve George, Neil Geraldo, Stu Goldberg, Amy Grant, Mike Hamilton, Everette Harp, Dann Huff, Tris Imboden, Derek Jackson, Munyungo Jackson, Paul Jackson Jr., Neil Larsen, David Lindley, Steve Lukather, Brian Mann, Anthony Marinelli, Michael McDonald, Giorgio Moroder, Terry Nelson, Stevie Nicks, David Pack, Richard Page, Dean Parks, Greg Phillinganes, Tim Pierce, Joe Pizzulo, Kate Price, Chris Rodriguez, Peter Schless, Bill Summers, Guy Thomas, Lamont VanHook, Freddie Washington, Richey Washington, Terry Wilson, Steve Wood, David Woodford & Richie Zito.

The Unimaginable Life

Columbia Records 1997

Tracks: Let The Pendulem Swing, Just Breathe, I Am Not Hiding, All I Ask, Now That I Know Love, The Art Of Letting Go, One Chance At A Time, Love’s Got Nothin’ To Prove, This Island Earth, No Doubt About Love, Rest Of Your Life, Birth Energy, Unimaginable Life & You Spirit And My Spirit.

Musicians on the The Unimaginable Life album: Kenny Loggins, Walter Afanasieff, John Barnes, Vernon “Ice” Black, Joey Blake, Karla Bonoff, Karen Briggs, Joey Diggs, Steve George, Jim Gilstrap, Sandy Griffith, Omar Hakim, Everette Harp, Zakir Hussain, Tris Imboden, Phillip Ingram, Munyungo Jackson, Randy Jackson, Skyler Jett, Earl Klugh, Michael Landau, Tony Levin, Konesha Owens, Bobbi Page, Dean Parks, Greg Phillinganes, Tim Pierce, Kevin Ricard, Claytoven Richardson, Chris Rodriguez, Michael Ruff, Don Shea, Howard Smith, Bill Sommers, Fred Tackett, Michael Thompson, Jeanie Tracy, Lamont VanHook, Freddie Washington, Julia Loggins, The Agape Choir of Santa Monica, Carvin Winans & John Zeretzke.

Return To Pooh Corner

Columbia Records 1994

Tracks: All The Pretty Little Ponies, Neverland Medley: Somewhere Out There/Never Never Land/Pure Imagination, Return To Pooh Corner, Rainbow Connection, St. Judy’s Comet, The Last Unicorn, Cody’s Song, The Horses, Love & To-Ra-Loo-Ra.

Musicians on the Return To Pooh Corner album: Kenny Loggins, Chet Atkins, Patti Austin, David Benoit, Gary Chapman, David Crosby, Steve George, Amy Grant, Lorin Grean, Howard Levy, Brian Mann, Terry McMillan, Graham Nash, David Pack, Dean Parks, Greg Phillinganes, Kate Price, Kevin Ricard, Edward Rockett, Chris Rodriguez, Guy Thomas & Steve Wood.

Love Songs of Kenny Loggins

Sony Music 1993

Tracks: Whenever I Call You A Friend, Celebrate Me Home, Love Will Follow, This Is It, Back To Avalon, Conviction Of The Heart, Let There Be Love, Too Early For The Sun, Keep The Fire, Heart To Heart, Meet Me Half Way, Sweet Reunion, Forever & Now And Then.

Musicians on the Love Songs of Kenny Loggins album: Kenny Loggins and others.

Outside From The Redwoods

Columbia Records 1993

Tracks: Conviction Of The Heart, What A Fool Believes, Your Mama Don’t Dance, I Would Do Anything, Now And Then, Angry Eyes, If You Believe, Celebrate Me Home, Love Will Follow, Leap Of Faith, This Is It, Footloose & I’m Alright.

Musicians on the Outside From The Redwoods album: Kenny Loggins, Alvino Bennett, Steve Conn, Steve Croes, Lynn Fiddmont, Steve George, Michael McDonald, Shanice, Munyungo Jackson, Sonny Landreth, Howard Levy, Ed Mann, Herman Matthews, Kevin Ricard, Barbara Riley, Chris Rodriguez, Marc Russo, Freddie Washington, Julia Waters, Luther Waters, Maxine Waters, Oren Waters, Don Williams & Nancy Williams.

Leap Of Faith

Columbia Records 1991

Tracks: Will Of The Wind, Leap Of Faith, The Real Thing, Conviction Of The Heart, If You Believe, I Would Do Anything, Sweet Reunion, Now Or Never, My Father’s House, Cody’s Song, Will Of The Wind (Reprise) & Too Early For The Sun.

Musicians on the Leap Of Faith album: Kenny Loggins, William Ackerman, Katrina Adams, Morgan Ames, Michael Baird, John Barnes, Paul Buckmaster, Hiram Bullock, Luis Conte, Sheryl Crow, Enrique Cruz, Paulinho Da Costa, Brian Dembow, Steve Dubin, Stephen Erdody, Maureen Ferguson, David Foster, Siedah Garrett, Everette Harp, James Harrah, Tris Imboden, Munyungo Jackson, Paul Jackson Jr., Randy Jackson, Keith Jones, Darlene Koldenhoven, Ricky Lawson, Kathleen Lenski, Ottmar Liebert, David Lindley, Kazu Matsui, Herman Matthews, Myrna Matthews, Amy McDonald, Michael McDonald, Terry Nelson, Dean Parks, Thomas Patterson, Greg Phillinganes, Tim Pierce, Ruth Pointer, Kate Price, John “J.R.” Robinson, Smokey Robinson, Laurie Rubins, Marc Russo, Mavis Staples, Bill Summers, Richard Tee, Guy Thomas, Carmen Twillie, Freddie Washington, Roger Wilkie & Steve Wood.

Star Box

CBS Sony Records 1989

Tracks: I Believe In Love, Whenever I Call You A Friend, What A Fool Believes, Footloose, This Is It, Keep The Fire, Danger Zone, Give It Half A Chance, Heart To Heart, Don´t Fight It, Heartlight, Only A Miracle, Vox Humana, Forever, Love Will Follow, Nobody’s Fool (Theme From ‘Caddyshack ll’), Meet Me Half Way & Be-Bop-A-Lula.

Musicians on the Starbox album: Kenny Loggins and others.

Back To Avalon

CBS Records 1988

Tracks: Nobody’s Fool (Theme From ‘Caddyshack ll’), I’m Gonna Miss You, Tell Her, One Woman, Back To Avalon, She’s Dangerous, True Confessions, Hope For The Runaway, Isabella’s Eyes, Blue On Blue & Meet Me Half Way.

Musicians on the Back To Avalon album: Kenny Loggins, Maxi Anderson, Mike Baird, Donny Baldwin, Brian Banks, Arthur Barrow, Kim Bullard, Gary Chang, Merry Clayton, Luis Conte, Mickey Curry, Carolyn Dennis, Steve Ferris, Siedah Garrett, Claude Gaudette, Steve George, Jim Gilstrap, Gary Grant, Jerry Hey, Dan Higgins, Dann Huff, Tampa Lann, Patrick Leonard, Anthony Marinelli, Pat Mastelotto, Michael McDonald, Robert F. McRae, Jonathan Moffett, Giorgio Moroder, Richard Page, Jeff Pescetto, John Pierce, Tim Pierce, John “J.R.” Robinson, Grace Slick, Mickey Thomas, Tata Vega, Oren Waters, David Williams, Larry Williams, Terry Wilson, Jai Winding, Ina Wolf, Peter Wolf & Richie Zito.

Vox Humana

CBS Records 1985

Tracks: Vox Humana, No Lookin’ Back, Let There Be love, I’ll Be There, I’m Going Do It Right, Forever, At Last, Loraine & Love Will Follow.

Musicians on the Vox Humana album: Kenny Loggins, Carl Anderson, Philip Bailey, John Barnes, Michael Boddicker, Erich Bulling, Carl Caldwell, Paulinho Da Costa, Bunny DeBarge, Eldra DeBarge, Buzzy Feiten, David Foster, Steve George, Tris Imboden, Paul Jackson Jr, Randy Kerber, Abraham Laboriel, Michael Landau, Neil Larsen, Steve Lukather, Marilyn Martin, Donna McDaniels, Derek Nakamoto, Michael Omartian, Richard Page, Greg Phillinganes, Tim Pierce, Anita Pointer, June Pointer, Ruth Pointer, Steve Porcaro, John “J.R.” Robinson, David Sanborn, Sheila E., Hamish Stuart, Guy Thomas, Bo Tomlyn, Randy Waldman, David Williams & Steve Wood.

High Adventure

CBS Records 1982

Tracks: Don’t Fight It, Heartlight, I Gotta Try, Swear Your Love, The More We Try, Heart To Heart, If It’s Not What You’re Looking For, It Must Be Imagination & Only A Miracle.

Musicians on the High Adventure album: Kenny Loggins, Lenny Castro, Jon Clarke, Dennis Conway, Paulinho Da Costa, Steve Forman, David Foster, Albhy Galuten, Steve George, Neil Geraldo, Max Gronenthal, Michael Hamilton, Heartlight School Singers & Dancers, Tris Imboden, Derek Jackson, Abraham Laboriel, Neil Larsen, Steve Lukather, Michael McDonald, James Newton-Howard, Richard Page, David Paich, Steve Perry, Vernon Porter, David Sanborn, Tom Snow & Steve Wood.

Kenny Loggins

CBS Records 1981

Tracks: I´m Allright (Theme From “Caddyshack”), What A Fool Believes, Keep The Fire, This Is It, Angelique, Amitié Et Amour, Mr. Night, Wait A Little While, Love Has Come Of Age & Nightwatch.

Musicians on the Kenny Loggins album: Kenny Loggins and others.

Alive

CBS Records 1980

Tracks: Disc1: I Believe In Love, Whenever I Call You ‘Friend’, Wait A Little While, Why Do People Lie, What A Fool Believes, Junkanoo Holiday (Fallin’-Flyin’), I’m Alright & Celebrate Me Home. Disc2: You Don’t Know Me, Now & Then, All Alone Tonight, Here There & Everywhere, Angelique, Love Has Come Of Age, This Is It, Down ‘N Dirty, Easy Driver & Keep The Fire.

Musicians on the Alive album: Jon Clarke, Paulinho Da Costa, Vince Denham, Albhy Galuten, Michael Hamilton, George Hawkins, Tris Imboden, Brian Mann, Mark Wittenberg & Steve Wood.

Keep The Fire

CBS Records 1979

Tracks: Love Has Come Of Age, Mr. Night, This Is It, Junkanoo Holiday (Fallin’ – Flyin’), Now And Then, Who’s Right, Who’s Wrong, Keep The Fire, Give It Half A Chance & Will It Last.

Musicians on the Keep The Fire album: Kenny Loggins, Jeff Bouchard, Michael Brecker, Jon Clarke, Paulinho Da Costa, Vince Denham, Michael Hamilton, George Hawkins, Milt Holland, Tris Imboden, Michael Jackson, Brian Mann, Michael McDonald, Richard Page, Richard Stekol & Fred Tackett.

Nightwatch

CBS Records 1978

Tracks: Nightwatch, Easy Driver, Down ‘N Dirty, Down In The Boondocks, Whenever I Call You ‘Friend’, Wait A Little While, What A Fool Believes, Somebody Knows & Angelique.

Musicians on the Nightwatch album: Kenny Loggins, Jon Clarke, Vince Denham, Michael Hamilton, George Hawkins, Tris Imboden, Bob James & Stevie Nicks.

Celebrate Me Home

CBS Records 1977

Tracks: Lady Luck, If You Be Wise, I Believe In Love, Set It Free, Why Do People Lie, Enter My Dream, I’ve Got The Melody (Deep In My Heart), Celebrate Me Home, Daddy’s Back & You Don’t Know Me.

Musicians on the Celebrate Me Home album: Kenny Loggins, Patti Austin, Hiram Bullock, Jon Clarke, Vince Denham, Laudir Soares de Oliveria, Robben Ford, Steve Forman, Steve Gadd, Eric Gale, Lani Groves, George Hawkins, Bob James, Steve Khan, Ralph MacDonald, Harvey Mason, Hugh McCracken, Dean Parks, Lee Ritenour, Tommy Tedesco & Richard Tee.

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