Outside - from the Redwoods (Live) - Kenny Loggins

Outside - from the Redwoods (Live)


Kenny Loggins

  • Genre: Country
  • Release Date: 1993-07-20
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 1993 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Conviction of the Heart 5:36  
2
What a Fool Believes 4:12  
3
Your Mama Don't Dance 4:13  
4
I Would Do Anything (Duet With 7:36  
5
Now and Then 3:31  
6
Angry Eyes 4:48  
7
If You Believe 6:04  
8
Celebrate Me Home 8:02  
9
Love Will Follow (Duet With Sh 5:53  
10
Leap of Faith 6:54  
11
This Is It 4:18  
12
Footloose 4:03  
13
I'm Alright 8:50  

Reviews

  • What a fools believe live!

    5
    By Ezralibrascale
    I love the vibes... Classic
  • Wow

    5
    By Ad astra per aspera...
    What a performance. Giving the people there money's worth, with sincirity.
  • AWESOME CD!!!!!!!!!!!

    5
    By Randall43
    Played this cd to death - wonderful live!
  • Awesome Recording

    5
    By Karrrrrrrrrrra
    Just recently saw Kenny Loggins in concert. Sounds just as good in person as does on this live CD. He is a true professional musical artist!
  • Great sound!

    4
    By tadyo
    It's hard to find live recordings that instill the live sound magic, but start with this awesome arrangement on "What a Fool Believes". Kenny Loggins has an awesome voice, I like the more funky R&B things he did. Also if you like his voice check out George Michael, similar timbre. enjoy!
  • One of the best live albums of all time.

    5
    By madisonmke
    This has to be one of the best live albums I’ve ever heard. If you can play like this live, then you have real talent.
  • Awesome

    5
    By txrangr23
    There's something to be heard hear. The music in this album has a bright, new style of its own. Each song is truly enjoyable tune. Kenny sounds better than ever. "Now and Then", what a good song. Definetly a treasured album for fans.
  • Loggins At His Very Best

    5
    By Adam J. Byrne
    This album was not only in support of the Leap of Faith album, but a benefit to save the Redwoods in Northern California. The music here is all different types, and the mish-mash is a welcome addition to the catalog of Kenny L. All the tracks here represent his many sides, from the Rock workouts on Your Mama Don't Dance, and the Swamp Boogie Piano version of Footloose, to the Jazz and R&B Stylings (My Favorite!) of Love Will Follow, What A Fool Believes, Celebrate Me Home and more. The album fashioned itself on an intimate setting, beautifully played music, and superb performances from everyone, including Guests Shanice and Michael McDonald. There of course was criticism about there being too much latter day material, and too much of a soul influence on the record. The thing of it is, if you look back historically, Loggins did restyle himself, more than once, in a vain of R&B and soulful pop, that to many an ear is incredibly endearing, entertaining and preferred. I usually skip the more rock, or Loggins and Messina (blech!) moments to get to the soulful stuff. His version of Now and Then here will make you emotional, as will the rousing heart stopping 8 minute version of Celebrate Me Home, here shedding it's rootsier sound for soul shouting and a jazzy improv in the middle. What A Fool Believes and This is It become percussive broodingly beautiful numbers with all kinds of goodies to savor. And the Duets with Shanice are both highlights as well. Their voices blend so beautifully together, and they trade off riffs like they've been singing together forever. Note the excited applause when the R&B diva comes back for Love Will Follow. At first, the crowd on I Would Do Anything had a weary "huh?" asthetic to it, but as she brought the audience in, they got into it, and the reaction at the end of both songs shows that she knows what she's doing, and has an affinity for beautiful lilting love songs. For me, you can't go wrong with these songs, and It has only gotten better with age. When I saw the genre listed here as country, I was kind of dissappointed but, let this reviewer tell you...this is the furthest from country you could get. It's an amalglam of Soul/Jazz/Pop/Rock and even new age. It's something for the ages to savor...give it a try! Also Recommended - Celebrate Me Home, Leap Of Faith, The Unimaginable Life (Even after finding out the pair had divorced, this album is still soul stirring and wonderfully made!) Happy Listening!
  • Great Musicianship

    5
    By sruckel
    The production engineering of this live album is wonderful. Some of the instrumental solos are amazing. Howard Leavy (sp) is an unbelieveable harmonica player. The songs are vintage, yet freshly acoustic, the guest performers are top-flite, and if you really want a treat (and can tolerate the new age preaching) get the DVD.
  • I cant believe i missed this concert!

    5
    By FlyBoy4342
    This is a recording of a live concert that was held in the mountains near Santa Cruz california, about 45 minutes from my home town. I grew up on Loggins and Messina and i love the wonderful harmony that they created with eachother, but my favorite song as a kid was your mama dont dance. This album has a wonderful blues version of that osng as well as a zidako (?) brakedown of Footloose that leads into I'm alright like one song. There are several guest apearances that are great. I wish i had gone to this concert, i was the next person in line when they ran out of tickets, i was the first one told that they were sold out. The concert was also a benefit to make sure that the beautiful california redwoods were kept safe an preserved. This is a must have album.

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