May 122013
 

from HIGH ADVENTURE

written by David Foster, Kenny Loggins & Eva Ein

High Adventure, released in September 1982, was Kenny Loggins’ fifth solo album.
This well balanced pop/rock endeavour spawned three hits on the charts and was eventually certified gold. Among the hits is the now-classic pop mid-tempo, “Heart To Heart,” co-written by the singer with Michael McDonald and David Foster and the rocking number, “Don’t Fight It” that matches Loggins’ voice with another legendary tenor singer, Steve Perry of Journey.

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Jul 292012
 

from VOX HUMANA

written by Kenny Loggins, David Foster, Nathan East & Eva Ein Loggins

Kenny Loggins often referred to his 1985 release, “Vox Humana” as his r&b album. Though that statement might be not completely true, it is pretty evident that black music influenced a good portion of it and also the stylistic approach of many of Loggins’ vocal performances

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Mar 072010
 

from I’LL BE THERE/NO LOOKIN’ BACK (single)

written by David Foster, Kenny Loggins & Eva Ein Loggins

Kenny Loggins was one of the most successful pop male singers/songwriters of the Eighties in North America. After the triumphant success of “Footloose,” Loggins released the 1985 album “Vox Humana.” It was a well-dosed collection of high-tech pop with Rock and R&B overtones. The compositions are mostly synthesizers-driven with programmed drums, slick vocals and superior craft in the arrangements.
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Apr 052009
 

From THE UNIMAGINABLE LIFE
Written by David Foster & Kenny Loggins

The summer of 1997 saw the release of Kenny Loggins’ new album entitled “The Unimaginable Life.” This album is a delightful musical journey into the most elegant acoustic pop/soul sound with jazzy echoes while lyrically it’s a (sappy) celebration of Loggins’ newly found love. Continue reading »

May 042008
 

From YESTERDAY, TODAY, TOMORROW – THE GREATEST HITS
Written by David Foster & Kenny Loggins

Kenny Loggins is undeniably one of the best singers/songwriters in the history of modern pop music. His distinctive tenor voice, superior musical skills and amazing songwriting abilities have brought him international success and several big hits over the years. During his long and productive career, the singer has worked with excellent co-writers like Michael McDonald and often crossed paths with David Foster who helped him create some of his most-loved compositions. Continue reading »

Apr 082007
 

From FOOTLOOSE
Written by Kenny Loggins & Dean Pitchford

The original soundtrack of the 1984 blockbuster movie, “Footloose” is remembered as a true musical phenomenon. This highly enjoyable, mainstream compilation kept the #1 spot for ten weeks on Billboard’s album chart and became one of the all-time best sellers with certified sales of nine million copies in the USA alone. “Footloose” was also a hit singles’ machine with six of the nine tracks reaching the top 40. Continue reading »