David Allen “Dave” Loggins (born November 10, 1947) is an American singer, songwriter, and musician.
He is remembered best for his 1974 song composition “Please Come to Boston”, which was a number 5 popular music success (number 1 Easy Listening) in the U.S. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame during 1995. He is the second cousin of singer/songwriter Kenny Loggins.
Dave Loggins also wrote the song “Pieces of April” for the band Three Dog Night, which was a top-20 success during 1973. He has written material for Tanya Tucker, Restless Heart, Wynonna Judd, Reba McEntire, Gary Morris, Alabama, Toby Keith, Don Williams, and the number one hits “Morning Desire” by Kenny Rogers and “You Make Me Want To Make You Mine” by Juice Newton. During 1984, he recorded “Nobody Loves Me Like You Do,” a duet with Anne Murray, which scored number one on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. Loggins and Murray were named Vocal Duo of the Year at the CMA Awards during 1985.
1 Someday (Dave Loggins) 3:22
2 My Lover’s Keeper (Dave Loggins) 3:17
3 Second Hand Lady (Dave Loggins) 3:02
4 Let Me Go Now (Dave Loggins) 2:59
5 So You Couldn’t Get to Me (Dave Loggins) 2:51
6 Please Come to Boston (Dave Loggins) 4:07
7 Girl from Knoxville (Dave Loggins) 2:54
8 Sunset Woman (Dave Loggins) 5:04
9 My Father’s Fiddle (Dave Loggins) 4:50
10 Wonder’n as the Days Go By (Dave Loggins) 3:07
|Steel Guitar||Weldon Myrick|
|Acoustic Guitar||Steve Gibson|
|Acoustic Guitar||Mike Noble|
|Background Vocals||Brenda Gordon|
|Background Vocals||Pat Coulter|
|Background Vocals||Brooks Hunnicut|
2 My Lover’s Keeper
Producer – Dave Loggins, Glen Spreen
Producer – Jerry Crutchfield (Track 6)
Producer (Executive) – Don Ellis
Arranged By – Dave Loggins, Glen Spreen
Engineer – Keith Olsen, Lou Bradley, Richard Moore, Rick Heenan, Ron Reynolds, Ronnie Dean, Stan Hutto
Recorded By – Charlie Bradley, Ed Hudson, Freeman Ramsey, Jerry Watson, M.C. Rather, Selby Coffeen
Artwork – Teresa Alfieri
Design – John Berg
Photography – Slick Lawson
Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
Recorded At – Columbia Recording Studios, Nashville
Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
Recorded At – Sound City Studios
Recorded At – The Village Recorder
Manufactured By – Epic Records
Manufactured By – CBS Inc.
Pressed By – Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute