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Kenny Loggins, "Celebrate Me Home" - Vintage Vinyl LP from 1976 featuring "I Believe in Love" - Record album is in Excellent Plus Condition

Kenny Loggins, "Celebrate Me Home" - Vintage Vinyl LP from 1976 featuring "I Believe in Love" - Record album is in Excellent Plus Condition

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Description

Release Date - 1976
Label - Columbia PC 34655

Condition -

LP: 4+
Cover: 4+
Sleeve: 3+

Includes -

Side One

"Lady Luck"
"If You Be Wise"
"I Believe in Love"
"Set It Free"
"Why Do People Lie"


Side Two

"Enter My Dream"
"I've Got the Melody (Deep in My Heart)"
"Celebrate Me Home"
"Daddy's Back"
"You Don't Know Me"

When Kenny Loggins was first starting out, he was introduced to record producer Jim Messina - who is best known for being a member of Buffalo Springfield and Poco. Messina helped Loggins record his first record ("Sittin' In") - but contributed so much that Columbia Records decided that they should be a duo. After releasing six albums together, Loggins went on as a solo. This, his first album, was certified Platinum, and produced the singles "I Believe in Love" and "Celebrate Me Home" (which has become a holiday favorite). It features collaborations with vocalist Patti Austin and keyboardist Bob James - which helps to give the album a neo-soul vibe.

The album is in great shape. The vinyl is nearly pristine. I can't quite give it a "5", or like new rating - but it's darn close. The cover is very good, with just a little ring wear. The sleeve is fine, though a seam has let go.

This is the album that launched Kenny Loggins' solo career. And now you can hear it on the original -- and excellent -- vinyl

Condition code -

5: Like new
4: Excellent
3: Very Good
2: Good
1. Fair

I rate each recording's quality only after carefully listening to the entire album.

All pictures of album covers in my listing are of the actual albums themselves.
Release Date - 1976
Label - Columbia PC 34655

Condition -

LP: 4+
Cover: 4+
Sleeve: 3+

Includes -

Side One

"Lady Luck"
"If You Be Wise"
"I Believe in Love"
"Set It Free"
"Why Do People Lie"


Side Two

"Enter My Dream"
"I've Got the Melody (Deep in My Heart)"
"Celebrate Me Home"
"Daddy's Back"
"You Don't Know Me"

When Kenny Loggins was first starting out, he was introduced to record producer Jim Messina - who is best known for being a member of Buffalo Springfield and Poco. Messina helped Loggins record his first record ("Sittin' In") - but contributed so much that Columbia Records decided that they should be a duo. After releasing six albums together, Loggins went on as a solo. This, his first album, was certified Platinum, and produced the singles "I Believe in Love" and "Celebrate Me Home" (which has become a holiday favorite). It features collaborations with vocalist Patti Austin and keyboardist Bob James - which helps to give the album a neo-soul vibe.

The album is in great shape. The vinyl is nearly pristine. I can't quite give it a "5", or like new rating - but it's darn close. The cover is very good, with just a little ring wear. The sleeve is fine, though a seam has let go.

This is the album that launched Kenny Loggins' solo career. And now you can hear it on the original -- and excellent -- vinyl

Condition code -

5: Like new
4: Excellent
3: Very Good
2: Good
1. Fair

I rate each recording's quality only after carefully listening to the entire album.

All pictures of album covers in my listing are of the actual albums themselves.

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