Loggins And Messina - Native Sons album flac
Title: Native Sons
Style: Folk Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1506 mb
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Loggins and Messina is an American rock-pop duo consisting of Kenny Loggins and Jim Messina, who achieved their success in the early to mid-1970s. Among their well-known songs are "Danny's Song", "House at Pooh Corner", and "Your Mama Don't Dance". After selling more than 16 million records and becoming one of the leading musical duos of the 1970s, Loggins and Messina broke up in 1976. Although Messina would find only limited popularity following the breakup, Loggins went on to be a 1980s hitmaker
Released: 1 Jan 1976. 1976 sony bmg music entertainment. More By Loggins & Messina. See All. The Best: Loggins & Messina Sittin' In Again.
Native Sons by Loggins & Messina. com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. com's standard return policy will apply. Sample this album Artist (Sample). Just when you think you own everything from Loggins and Messina, you see the one CD missing from your collection. You may have owned the albums back in the day, but how about the CDs? Just hearing each and every song again took me back to the '70s and college days.
Loggins And Messina's fifth and last album of new studio material was also their least. No hit singles issued from a collection that featured a new backup band, and extensive use of strings on a set of mediocre material. L&M's breakup at the end of the tour promoting this record seemed confirmation that they had exhausted the possibilities of their partnership.
Native Sons is the sixth and final studio album (and seventh overall release) by singer/songwriter duo Loggins and Messina, released in January 1976. It was a departure from previous recordings owing to the presence of string sections, stronger emphasis on flute, minimized use of saxophone, downplayed country influences and Jim Messina's signature guitar work was barely in evidence. After a final concert in Hawaii, the duo quietly went their separate ways. The Messina-penned rock and roll song "Boogie Man" was later covered by Australian rock band The Blue Echoes.
Loggins and Messina is the second album by singer/songwriters Loggins and Messina, released in 1972. Following on the success of their first album, this album built on the strengths of their debut outing. It also became the true introduction of the team, Loggins and Messina, not as singles playing together, but rather as a team that played as one. It featured two songs that charted, with "Your Mama Don't Dance" reaching its peak at their highest charting single
Loggins And Messina - So Fine, Native Sons. Loggins And Messina Sittin In. Condition is Like New. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Authentic Loggins and Messina vinyl record. Overall condition of the album is GOOD.
|A3||My Lady, My Love|
|A4||When I Was A Child|
|A5||Wasting Our Time|
- Manufactured By – Columbia House
- Manufactured By – CBS Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
- Recorded At – Haji Sound
- Artwork [Copper Frame] – Nick Faciano*
- Design – Ron Coro
- Engineer – Alex Kazanegras
- Engineer [Recordist] – Cory Bailey
- Engineer [Second] – Jim Messina
- Photography By – Ed Caraeff
- Producer – Jim Messina
- Technician [Recording] – Lew Schatzer
NotesRecorded on location with Haji Sound
|PC 33578||Loggins & Messina*||Native Sons (LP, Album, Pit)||Columbia||PC 33578||US||1976|
|SOPO 121||Loggins And Messina||Native Sons (LP, Album)||CBS/Sony||SOPO 121||Japan||1976|
|69227, CBS 69227||Loggins & Messina*||Native Sons (LP, Album)||CBS, CBS||69227, CBS 69227||Europe||1976|
|1605||Loggins & Messina*||Native Sun (8-Trk, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label||1605||US||Unknown|
|PC 33578||Loggins And Messina||Native Sons (LP, Album, San)||Columbia||PC 33578||US||1976|