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On Stage


Download links and information about On Stage by Loggins And Messina. This album was released in 1974 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:23:36 minutes.

Artist: Loggins And Messina
Release date: 1974
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:23:36
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No. Title Length
1. House At Pooh Corner 2:41
2. Danny's Song 3:57
3. You Could Break My Heart 3:07
4. Lady of My Heart 1:51
5. Long Tail Cat 3:22
6. Listen to a Country Song 2:42
7. Holiday Hotel 2:00
8. Just Before the News 1:03
9. Angry Eyes 10:23
10. Golden Ribbons 6:05
11. Another Road 2:25
12. Vahevala 21:08
13. Back to Georgia 3:00
14. Trilogy: Lovin' Me / To Make a Woman Feel Wanted / Peace of Mind 12:10
15. Your Mama Don't Dance 3:11
16. Nobody But You 4:31



Kenny Loggins and Jim Messina's combined talents reached a kind of apotheosis in concert, all based on the same relationship they'd had in the studio — Loggins' songwriting and singing, supported by Messina's performing and his long experience with Poco, came to a head on the tour leading up to this concert album, recorded at two East Coast venues in March of 1973 and at Winterland in San Francisco the following month. After a gorgeous yet subdued introduction by Loggins as a solo performer on a handful of numbers, Messina and the band take the stage and loft the proceedings into a bracing mix of folk- and country-rock. And they break those boundaries, soaring into psychedelic territory on the 21-minute "Vahevala," which took up all of side three on the original LP. One would think that everything after that would be anti-climactic, but all involved are just as sharp on the fourth side of more modestly proportioned gems. As praiseworthy as the duo's playing and singing is, one must also credit the rhythm section of Larry Simms (bass) and Merle Brigante (drums), and Al Garth (violin, horns) and Jon Clarke (flute, horns) for their performances. This is a live album that hits on all cylinders, and its only flaw, if there is one, is actually a byproduct of one of its virtues: On Stage was recorded so early in their history that it only really represents the songs off the duo's first two albums (Full Sail wouldn't be out until six months after these shows). Otherwise, it could easily have copped the "best-of" designation in substance, if not actual name.