Back in the early 90’s, Compact Discs (CD) were the thing! A literal upgrade in quality from the bulky Vinyl, 8-track, and cassette tapes. It was the only way to get music back then as digital downloads were still in its infancy. CD’s also had a long lifespan–unless you left them under direct sunlight–and were reported to be good for a couple of thousand plays before encountering any problems.
Here is the latest batch of discs that I picked up:
Outside: From the Redwoods (1993)
The second live album by Kenny Loggins. Originally recorded in a 1992 concert held “outside” a venue located within a stand of giant redwood trees. Loggins released it the following year.
I actually had this in cassette! Favorites include Conviction of the Heart and the Kenny Loggins and Michael McDonald duet What a Fool Believes.
- Conviction of the Heart – 5:36
- What a Fool Believes (Duet with Michael McDonald) – 4:12
- Your Mama Don’t Dance – 4:13
- I Would Do Anything (Duet with Shanice) – 7:36
- Now and Then – 3:31
- Angry Eyes – 4:48
- If You Believe – 6:04
- Celebrate Me Home – 8:02
- Love Will Follow (Duet with Shanice) – 5:53
- Leap of Faith – 6:54
- This Is It – 4:18
- Footlose – 4:03
- I’m Alright – 8:48