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Let the good times roll
Pablito | Cholula, Puebla. Mexico | 12/27/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Excellent album. If you like Footloose or Danger zone only, don't buy it. For Loggins & Messina fans, also The Doobies. Warm, well balanced and good recording"
Still Living Off ALIVE
The JuRK | Our Vast, Cultural Desert | 05/07/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I had this double album back in high school when it came out in 1980--and I'm still listening to it.
I fell in love with the songs "Whenever I Call You 'Friend'" and "What A Fool Believes" (although Michael McDonald's version with the Doobies is still my favorite). "I'm Alright" was like a teen anthem then. "Love Has Come of Age" and "Keep the Fire" were songs of hope, and the live version of "Angelique" maintains a haunted sound that cuts even deeper all these years later.
"Celebrate Me Home" made me appreciate family and friends back then. And brings tears to my eyes now all these years later.
An Ear-opening Example of a Master Entertainer
E. Voorhies | United States | 08/13/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I saw Kenny Loggins live during this tour back in the 70's. I was a full-time guitarist and my roommate (a drummer) basically went along for the ride, because I talked him into it. I think he was expecting a lively little country-pop band, similar to Loggins and Messina. His mouth stayed open the whole concert and he has never stopped thanking me for talking him into it. I have seem many, many bands live over the last 30 years, but this was the most professionally done concert I have ever seen. Kenny Loggins is much more than just a musician. He is a very impressive stage presence and incredible vocalist. I have never seen anyone who has more natural talent than this man, and his band was just as impressive. Pop, jazz, blues, rock, country, folk.....you name it and they played it. The bass player George Hawkins, who played a fretless bass and sang background vocals and some lead, had a fantastic voice and sound. One guy played various wind instruments including flute, clarinet, saxaphone, and also accordion. It was just all around a great night of great music... a night I will never forget. If you've never heard Kenny Loggins live, then you've never heard kenny Loggins. I love this band and this choice of songs much better than his more recent live albums. I just wish this tour had been captured on VHS."