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The Best: Loggins & Messina Sittin' In Again


Download links and information about The Best: Loggins & Messina Sittin' In Again by Loggins And Messina. This album was released in 1972 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:17:05 minutes.

Artist: Loggins And Messina
Release date: 1972
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:17:05
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No. Title Length
1. Watching the River Run 3:26
2. Travelin' Blues 3:41
3. Your Mama Don't Dance 2:47
4. Be Free 6:57
5. Till the Ends Meet 3:07
6. Nobody But You 2:58
7. House At Pooh Corner 4:22
8. A Love Song 3:10
9. Danny's Song 4:14
10. Long Tail Cat 3:47
11. Just Before The News 1:09
12. Listen to a Country Song 2:47
13. Good Friend 4:03
14. Same Old Wine 8:15
15. Changes 3:48
16. Angry Eyes 7:40
17. Sailin' the Wind 6:08
18. Vahevala 4:46



This 1972 self-titled second album by singer/songwriters Kenny Loggins and Jim Messina finds the duo coming into their own as a song-driven hit machine. Loggins (who enjoyed a big solo career in the '80s) and Messina (who was a driving force in both Poco and Buffalo Springfield) each brought specific sounds to the table. Loggins’ funky “Long Tailed Cat” (dig the countrypolitan violin solo) and “Good Friend” (with its oddly appealing minor-key brass break) nicely contrast Messina’s folk-poppy “Golden Ribbons” (with its languid flute) and “Whiskey” (a cockeyed tribute to West Hollywood’s legendary club Whiskey a Go-Go***). The album’s two best songs are the cowrites “Angry Eyes” and “Your Mama Don’t Dance.” (The latter hit the American Top 20 twice, the second time in 1988 with a cover by the pop-metal band Poison.) This is a singer/songwriter album that boasts not one but two good singers and writers. And it’s a beautiful hallmark of the early-’70s California sound.