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Full Sail is the third album by singer/songwriter duo Loggins and Messina, released in 1973. It showed the versatility of the duo, with everything from 1950s retro to island-style to soft ballads. The single "My Music" charted at and the follow-up, "Watching the River Run", made it to The album as a whole did better, reaching on the Pop Charts. Lahaina" (Jim Messina) – 2:32 (lead singer: Jim Messina). Travelin' Blues" (Messina) – 3:44 (lead singer: Jim Messina).

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

Sittin' In (Loggins and Messina album). Sittin' In is the first album by singer-songwriters Loggins and Messina, released in 1971. It began as a solo album by Kenny Loggins; Jim Messina was with Columbia Records, serving as an independent producer when he met Loggins. In the course of producing Loggins' work, Messina provided backing vocals and guitar, leading to the album's full title, Kenny Loggins with Jim Messina Sittin' In.

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Album Name Loggins and Messina. Data de lançamento Outubro 1972. Labels Columbia Records. Estilo de MúsicaFolk Rock. Membros têm este álbum0.

Their backup band was anchored by t Al Garth, and also featured keyboardist Michael Omartian and Poco steel guitarist Rusty Young.

Jim Messina was asked to work with Kenny Loggins on the first album. However so much of the first record was split down the middle between the two, that it was thought that they should form a union as an act and take it out on the road. The pairing of Kenny Loggins and Jim Messina was a brilliant move. Kenny Loggins had an exceptional voice and raw talent. The talented Jim Messina had tremendous experience in the rock and roll business being a former member of bands like Poco and Buffalo Springfield. Loggins and Messina released six albums together from 1971 to 1976. The duo also released three live albums. Kenny Loggins went on to have a very successful solo career after the duo broke up in 1976. It featured two songs that charted, with "Your Mama Don't Dance" reaching its peak at their highest charting single