David Bromberg / The Kenny Loggins Band With Jim Messina* ‎– "Demonstration Not For Sale"

Label:
Columbia ‎– A2S 33
Format:
2 × Vinyl, LP, Promo
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A1 David Bromberg Hard Workin' John
Songwriter – D. Bromberg*
3:26
A2 David Bromberg Tennessee Waltz
Songwriter – Pee Wee King
4:30
A3 David Bromberg Mr. Bojangles
Songwriter – J.J. Walker*
7:45
A4 David Bromberg Sugar In The Gourd
Adapted By – R. "TUT" Taylor*
1:45
B1 The Kenny Loggins Band With Jim Messina* Danny's Song
Songwriter – K. Loggins*
3:49
B2 The Kenny Loggins Band With Jim Messina* Lady Of My Home
Songwriter – K. Loggins*
1:55
B3 The Kenny Loggins Band With Jim Messina* House At Pooh Corner
Songwriter – K. Loggins*
2:02
B4 The Kenny Loggins Band With Jim Messina* Long Tail Cat
Songwriter – K. Loggins*
3:10
B5 The Kenny Loggins Band With Jim Messina* Listen To A Country Song
Songwriter – A. Garth*, J. Messina*
2:32
The Kenny Loggins Band With Jim Messina* Trilogy (12:34)
C1.a Lovin' Me
Songwriter – J. Messina*, M. MacLeod*
C1.b To Make A Woman Feel Wanted
Songwriter – J. Messina*, K. Loggins*
C1.c Peace Of Mind
Songwriter – J. Messina*
C2 The Kenny Loggins Band With Jim Messina* Your Mama Can't Dance
Songwriter – J. Messina*, K. Loggins*
3:00
D1 The Kenny Loggins Band With Jim Messina* Vahevala
Songwriter – D. Loggins*, D. Lottermoser*
D2 The Kenny Loggins Band With Jim Messina* Back To Georgia
Songwriter – K. Loggins*
4:20

Notes

A promotional-only double LP released in 1972. Doesn't have a proper name, simply packaged in a generic white sleeve with an informational insert for radio DJ's. The insert states the recording was done live on March 25, 1972 at the CBS 30th Street Studio in New York City, attended by "400 college radio programmers and D.J.'s."

All of David Bromberg's songs would make their way onto his second album, "Demon In Disguise". The majority of Loggins & Messina's set are songs from their debut "Sittin' In" while three songs would make it on their official debut as "Loggins & Messina". This is the first and only place where "The Kenny Loggins Band" are given their own credit, which would become simply "Loggins & Messina" from 1972 to their split in 1976.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1 (machine stamped)): XSM156675-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2 (machine stamped)): XSM156676-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 3 (machine stamped)): XSM156677-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 4 (machine stamped)): XSM156678-1A

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