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HEART TO HEART

from KENNY LOGGINS AND FRIENDS
Written by Kenny Loggins, David Foster & Michael McDonald

Kenny Loggins is a true legend of American pop music. His countless hits helped shape the soundtrack of our lives in the seventies and the eighties.

LORAINE

From VOX HUMANA
Written by David Foster, Kenny Loggins & Eva Ein Loggins

 

David Foster’s long collaboration with singer/songwriter Kenny Loggins resulted in a string of solid pop/adult contemporary hits including “Heart To Heart,” “Forever,” “I’m Free (Heaven Helps The Man)” and “The Real Thing.” All were co-written and/or produced by the Canadian Hitman. “Loraine” was also co-written by the two legendary music-makers and included on Loggins’ Vox Humana album. Although it was overlooked as a single, it had the potential and catchiness to become another hit single like those aforementioned. “Loraine,” the Song of the Week, was a pop/funk, mid-tempo jam that sported an irresistible groove, infectious melody and memorable refrain.

IF IT’S NOT WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR

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.

AT LAST

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

ON CHRISTMAS MORNING

from DECEMBER

written by Kenny Loggins & David Foster

In 1998, soft-rock king, Kenny Loggins, released a Christmas album entitled “December.” This collection included both classics and newly written songs performed by Loggins with his typical acoustic and jazzy approach.