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Celebrate Me Home

Kenny Loggins

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Album Review

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.

Customer Reviews


Kenny Loggins loves to sing. It's as if the gods of soul music forced Daryl Hall and Jeff Lynn into a cage-match to the death. Kenny doesn't just sing you a song, he cooks you dinner and then gives you a bath. Just listen to the way he delivers "Lady Luck" as if it was a caution sign to a dead end street. "I believe In Love" actually made me believe in love, something that every single Stevie Wonder song failed at-take note. "Celebrate Me Home" sounds like Kenny's drunk and alone in a karaoke bar, ten minutes to last call, december; on a stool in the corner with his emotions. Try running away from how his words make you feel. You'll fail.

Celebrate Me Home - New Idol Goodbye Song '08

This will be Idol's new goodbye song (like "Bad Day", "Home", "Hollywood's Not America"/"Best Days") but it will be sung by Season 2's winner, Ruben Studdard.

Come On Home

Yet another album that opened my musical range. How could a brother from Chicago find this music so rich and touching. I did. There is not a bad song on the album. After this one, I bought everything he had made before it and after it. Kenny put his life all up in these songs, just so we could feel him...


Born: January 7, 1948 in Everett, WA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Kenny Loggins has enjoyed more than three decades of success in the music business, as a songwriter and performer, mostly in a soft rock vein. He was born Kenneth Clarke Loggins in Everett, WA in early 1948, and the family later moved to Detroit, and finally to Alhambra, CA when he was in his teens. He initially turned to music as a way of compensating for his extreme shyness, and found that he was, indeed, a talented guitarist and had a voice. For a time in the...
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