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Apprentice (In a Musical Workshop)

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Dave Loggins 8/15/2006

Review

Kenny Loggins' second cousin hit the big time for a couple of months in 1975 with "Please Come to Boston," a serviceable and sentimental soft rock gem from his second album, Apprentice (In a Musical Workshop). Part of the lexicon of harmless '70s singer/songwriters like Dan Fogelberg and James Taylor, Dave Loggins never again regained the momentum spawned by that track, but its appearance on nearly every AM pop compilation illuminates the tune's timelessness. While the rest of Apprentice doesn't deviate from the warm, dull tones of the single -- even the full-on "My Father's Fiddle" and "Girl from Knoxville" sound like the Band-lite -- it's an expertly crafted slice of commercially made diner pie that resonates squarely in the moment and vanishes two steps out of the door. ~ James Christopher Monger
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Someday Dave Loggins 3:23
  3. 2 My Lover's Keeper Dave Loggins 3:17
  4. 3 Second Hand Lady Dave Loggins 3:2
  5. 4 Let Me Go Now Dave Loggins 2:59
  6. 5 So You Couldn't Get to Me Dave Loggins 2:52
  7. 6 Please Come to Boston Dave Loggins 4:6
  8. 7 Girl from Knoxville Dave Loggins 2:54
  9. 8 Sunset Woman Dave Loggins 5:4
  10. 9 My Father's Fiddle Dave Loggins 4:49
  11. 10 Wonder'n as the Days Go By Dave Loggins 3:8

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