Loggins, Kenny

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Loggins, Kenny - Alive Alive
Pop New - LP C2X 36738 Columbia
Sealed 1980 2LP Gatefold. Crisp Corners, No COH.... more details
 
Loggins, Kenny - Nightwatch Nightwatch
Pop Audiophile - LP HC 45387 CBS Mastersound
Factory Sealed 1981 Half-Speed Master. First Copy We Have Had In Stock In Eight Years.... more details
 
Loggins, Kenny - Nightwatch Nightwatch
Pop New - LP PC 35387 Columbia
Sealed 1978 Original. Crisp Corners.... more details
 
Loggins, Kenny - Nightwatch Nightwatch
Pop Audiophile - LP HC 45387 CBS Mastersound
Difficult To Find 1981 Half-Speed Master. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Loggins, Kenny - Live Live
Pop Used - LP AS 569 Columbia
1979 White Label Promo Only One-Sided LP. This Rare Title Features: "What A Fool Believes" Recorded Live At The Senator Theatre, Chico, California Plus "Wait A Little While" And "Angelique" Both Recorded Live At The Community Theatre, Sacramento During December 1978. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Loggins, Kenny - Celebrate Me Home Celebrate Me Home
Pop New - LP PC 34655 Columbia
Sealed 1977 Original. “Freed From Loggins & Messina, Kenny Loggins Retreats From That Duo's Folky Conceits, Turning To Smooth, Smooth Soft Rock, Filled With Leisurely Paces, Lush Strings And Electric Pianos And Easy Attitude — So It's No Surprise When You Discover This Is A Co-Production By Billy Joel's Chief Collaborator Phil Ramone And Bob James. There Is A Bit Of Surprise That This Album Doesn't Really Have Any Big Hits To Its Credit, Especially Since Loggins Would Later Have Several Top Ten Records, But This Is A Consistent Record, Maintaining Its Mellow Mood Even When The Tempo Picks Up For The Relatively Insistent "I Believe In Love." Loggins Is In Good Form Throughout The Record, And If Even Only The Title Track Entered His Readily-Acknowledged Canon, This Has A Fine, Sustained Mood: A Soft Late '70s Vibe That Makes It A Nice Artifact Of Its Time, As Well As One Of His Stronger Records, As Illustrated By Its Platinum Status — Something It Achieved Without Any Blockbuster Singles.” - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide... more details
 
Loggins, Kenny - Alive Alive
Pop New - LP C2X 36738 Columbia
Sealed 1980 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Inner Sleeves.... more details
 
Loggins, Kenny - Celebrate Me Home Celebrate Me Home
Pop New - LP PC 34655 Columbia
Sealed 1977 Original With Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. “Freed From Loggins & Messina, Kenny Loggins Retreats From That Duo's Folky Conceits, Turning To Smooth, Smooth Soft Rock, Filled With Leisurely Paces, Lush Strings And Electric Pianos And Easy Attitude — So It's No Surprise When You Discover This Is A Co-Production By Billy Joel's Chief Collaborator Phil Ramone And Bob James. There Is A Bit Of Surprise That This Album Doesn't Really Have Any Big Hits To Its Credit, Especially Since Loggins Would Later Have Several Top Ten Records, But This Is A Consistent Record, Maintaining Its Mellow Mood Even When The Tempo Picks Up For The Relatively Insistent "I Believe In Love." Loggins Is In Good Form Throughout The Record, And If Even Only The Title Track Entered His Readily-Acknowledged Canon, This Has A Fine, Sustained Mood: A Soft Late '70s Vibe That Makes It A Nice Artifact Of Its Time, As Well As One Of His Stronger Records, As Illustrated By Its Platinum Status — Something It Achieved Without Any Blockbuster Singles.” - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide... more details
 
Loggins, Kenny - Nightwatch Nightwatch
Pop New - LP JC 35387 Columbia
Sealed 1978 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker on Shrink.... more details
 
Loggins, Kenny - Back To Avalon Back To Avalon
Pop Used - LP OC 40353 Columbia
Hard To Find 1988 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Shrink Wrap Intact With Hype Sticker And Original Rolling Stones Record Store Price Tag. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.... more details
 
Loggins, Kenny - Keep The Fire Keep The Fire
Pop Used - LP JC 36172 Columbia
1979 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve. Gold Promo Stamp On Back Cover. First Copy We Have Had In Stock. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. “With A Genuine Hit To His Credit, Kenny Loggins Decided To Stretch Himself A Bit On Keep The Fire, Hiring Tom Dowd And Toughening His Sound Slightly, Adding A More Flamboyant Production In The Process. He Also Decided To Look Like Doug Henning On The Cover, Which May Be A Surer Sign That Success Had Started To Go To His Head. All This Resulted In A Self-Consciously Tougher Record Than Either Of Its Predecessors, With A Punchy Sound, Detailed Production, And Shades Of Boogie. Relying More On Original Material, This Winds Up Being More Uneven Than Nightwatch, But It Boasts More Character, Even If That Means Something As Silly As "Mr. Night." Also, The Record, Though Clearly Presented As A Relative Band Effort, Complete With A Photo Of The Supporting Band On The Back Cover, Winds Up Not Being As Unified As Its Two Predecessors, Even If It's More "Band-Like." Still, Any Complaints Are Erased By "This Is It," One Of Two Pop Classics Loggins Recorded. Yes, The Title Track Also Became A Hit, But The Heart Of This Album Is "This Is It," A Mid-Tempo Charmer With Lush, Seductive Verses, Emphatic Choruses, And Great Supporting Vocals By Michael Mcdonald. This Summarizes Everything That's Right About Soft Rock, And Is Enough Of A Masterwork To Make The Flaws And Filler Forgivable, Since It Lends This Pleasant Soft Rock Affair A Real Spine.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Loggins, Kenny - High Adventure High Adventure
Pop New - LP TC 38127 Columbia
Sealed 1982 Original. Top Left Corner Crease. “Well, If Duran Duran Decided To Rip Off Raiders Of The Lost Ark, Why Not Kenny Loggins? After All, The Swashbuckling Cover To High Adventure Fits This Album, Since It Finds Him Relying Equally On Rockers And Melodic Pop/Rock. The Album Kicks Off With Loggins' Hardest-Rocking Single, "Don't Fight It," A Surging Arena-Rocker Duet With Steve Perry. This Signals That The Rest Of The Record Will Be Harder Than His Previous Record And That's True To A Certain Extent, Since This Doesn't Just Rock On Occasion, It Also Has His Best Ballads And Mid-Tempo Charmers. In Other Words, It's His Best Album, Showcasing All Sides Of His Personality Effectively. "Don't Fight It" Is A Great Single, But The Best Moment Here Is "Heart To Heart," The Second Of Two Pop Classics Loggins Cut As A Solo Artist. Here, He Has A Great Mid-Tempo Groove, A Good Lyric And An Indelible Melody That Is Soft Rock At Its Finest. The Rest Of The Album May Not Match This Height -- Most Of The Genre Didn't -- But It's All Strong (Though It's Awful Strange That "Heartlight," A Tribute To The Children's Foundation Heartlight, Has The Oddest Melody He's Ever Written -- An Ominous March That Just Gets Creepier When The Children's Choir Pops Up At The End). Celebrate Me Home May Be More Consistent, But This Is The Most Diverse Record He Ever Cut, Blessed By Fine Studio Craft And A Nice Reliance On Pseudo-New Wave Production Techniques.” Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG.... more details
 
Loggins, Kenny - Vox Humana Vox Humana
Pop New - LP FC 39174 Columbia
Sealed 1985 Original Mastered At Sterling Sound By George Marino Custom Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap.... more details
 

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