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After placing first on MTV's Rock the Cradle competition, singer/songwriter Crosby Loggins steps out to release his solo debut Time to Move. The album finds him upholding the family troubadour tradition established by his hit-making dad Kenny nearly 40 years ago. Loggins avoids the more boisterous aspects of his father’s style in favor of a wistful approach reminiscent of James Taylor’s early work. An unashamed romantic, he doesn’t mind revealing his insecurities even as turns on his laid-back charm. “Seriously,” “Good Enough” and “Heaven Help Me” are slightly self-critical tunes delivered with a mellow air. Bittersweet is the prevailing mood here, as shown by the regretful “Nobody No More” and the tentatively hopeful “You Want to Be With Me.” Loggins does well with shuffling groove tunes like “Better Days” and slightly countrified numbers like “Radio Heart,” helped along by producer John Alagia’s well-buffed production. John Mayer lends vocal support to “Good Enough,” a sleek slice of modern pop.

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Great purchase

Crosby loggins debut album Time to Move is a must own for any music fan who enjoys sweet songs, well written lyrics, and a smooth soothing voice. If you like Jack johnson, Jason Mraz, or John Mayer(who appears on the track Time to Move on guitar) then this CD will be an instant favorite. All ten tracks are a joy to listen to, and at 37 minutes long, the album goes so quickly its easy to pick it right back up and listen to it again. If you're looking for mellow music that you can sing to and stays interesting after several listens, then look no further than Crosby Loggins' Time to Move.

Lyric changes? Why would you change the writing at this point??

First and foremost, this is a great album. I gave this 5 stars because I've been a longtime fan of Crosby's since I saw him open for his dad a couple years ago. However, I have one major complaint about some of the re-recorded songs that he's previously released: The lyrics, melodic content, and structure are all VERY different... Most notably in "good enough," the 1st song. From a songwriting aspect, it now has a completely different meaning than it did on "We All Go Home" (2007). It bothers me a little bit that he would agree to or allow Alagia, Brett Dennen, and some of the other collaborative writers to affect these songs SIGNIFICANTLY enough to the point where they become COMPLETELY different songs. As a writer myself, I'm all for tweaking and editing things to be as powerful and concise as possible, but at what point does it become confusing to fans? I am a big admirer of John Alagia's work... he has brought a lot of my favorite songs to life (DMB, John Mayer, Jason Mraz), but if these huge changes were his call, he overstepped his bounds as a producer. To reiterate, fantastic & very clean record. But if you're a Crosby fan expecting to sing along with the re-releases, you're gonna have to learn the lyrics. Again.

Perfect

While I loved his first indipendant release a little more (particularly the use of fiddle and violin as a lead in the songs) this album is close to perfect. The title track is one of the best songs I've heard in a long time, it really should have been the single but, hey, it's still a beautiful record. I don't think he's going to last on a major but at least he got the chance to make a record like this. I look forward to future releases from him.

Biography

Born: Santa Barbara, CA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s

Singer and songwriter Crosby Loggins is the son of singer and songwriter Kenny Loggins (of Loggins & Messina fame), and he grew up in Santa Barbara, CA, in a home frequented by his father's famous musician friends, including the likes of Jackson Browne, Michael McDonald, Graham Nash, and others. It's probably no surprise, then, that the younger Loggins turned to music as an avocation, learning piano at the age of seven and the guitar at the age of 13. By high school he was playing in local bands,...
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