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Kenny Loggins- The Greatest Hits Of Kenny Loggins (1997)

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Kenny Loggins- The Greatest Hits Of Kenny Loggins (1997)

Kenny Loggins The Greatest Hits Of Kenny Loggins (1997)
Rock/Pop | 67:12 | MP3 CBR 320 kbps | 152 MB | EAC Exact Audio Copy Wave + CUE | 683 MB

Kenny Loggins on the cover of his collection ''Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow: The Greatest Hits of Kenny Loggins'' Kenny Loggins (born January 7, 1948) is an American singer and songwriter. He was born in Everett, Washington.Loggins began his career in the 1970s, and after catching the attention of fellow singer-songwriter Jim Messina, the two began a duo career that would last until 1976.Loggins went on to produce his first solo album, ''Celebrate Me Home, which included the hit "I Believe In Love". ''Night Watch, a popular album released in1978, included the hit "Whenever I Call You Friend", a duet with Fleetwood Macs Stevie Nicks. He followed this in 1980 with ''Keep The Fire, which included hits "This Is It" and the title track.Kenny also wrote the song "What a Fool Believes" with Michael Mcdonald of the Doobie Brothers.Over the next decade, Loggins produced many hit songs for movie soundtracks. This began with "I'm Alright" from CaddyShack.Hits followed with "Footloose" from the film of the same name, "Meet Me Halfway" from ''Over The Top, and "Danger Zone", from ''Top Gun.In the 1990s, Loggins continued his album career, Hits followed with "Footloose" from the film of the same name, "Meet Me Halfway" from ''Over The Top, and "Danger Zone", from ''Top Gun.In the 1990s, Loggins continued his album career, including the popular 1994children's album, ''Return To Pooh Corner, which included the emotionally touching single "House at Pooh Corner", actually a remake of his top 40 hit from 1969. Loggins also produced a song called "Forever", which would become an internationally recognized piece, translated into several languages.In 1991, Loggins recorded and produced ''Leap Of Faith, an important album in his career featuring the hit "Conviction of the Heart." Former Vice-President Al Gore billed this song as "the unofficial anthem of the envrionmental movement." On Earth Day in 1995, Loggins performed at The National Mall in Washington D.C.for a live audience of 500,000. In recent years, Loggins has continued to produce within the Adult Contemperary genre.In 2005, Loggins reconnected with Jim Messina. The two decided to hit the road again; the result was a successful nationwide tour that resulted in the CD and DVD, "Loggins and Messina Sittin' In Again."


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01.This Is It 3:56
02.Whenever I Call You 'Friend' 4:01
03.Footloose 3:41
04.Heart To Heart 5:20
05.Danger Zone 3:35
06.Meet Me Half Way 3:39
07.I'm Alright 3:46
08.Return To Pooh Corner
09.Don't Fight It 4:14
10.Forever 4:23
11.Conviction Of The Heart 6:51
12.The Real Thing 5:38
13.For The First Time 4:26
14.Celebrate Me Home 4:44
15.The Rest Of Your Life 5:21