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For Your Consuderation

Probably Dave's most creative piece of works examples Ship In A Bottle also the title track a good listen but i am a fan see what you think

one good song, and one really good song

Track 4 (Ship in a Bottle) is really good (better than his one big hit, Please Come to Boston). The music fits the lyrics, which are a wistful poem, full of longing. Track 5 (One way ticket to Paradise) is good. Rest of the album is just Ok.

Before it’s time

Not real sure why this album didn’t get much exposure in its day. The lyrics, the music, the harmonies are all great. All the songs on this are good so it’s hard to say which one I like best but if I had to choose it’d be Goodbye Eyes. His other works, not so much, although there are a few. Even his biggest hit Please Come To Boston pales in comparison to most of these songs.

Biography

Born: November 10, 1947 in Mountain City, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s

Loggins wrote for MCA Music in New York before recording on the Vanguard label in 1972. His fifteen minutes of fame came in 1974 with "Please Come to Boston."...
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