More Songs from Pooh Corner

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Barnes & Noble - Moira McCormick
Most grown-up music celebs who dabble in children's music make lullaby records. Kenny Loggins, whose 1998 lullaby album Return to Pooh Corner was a palpable hit, falls squarely in that camp, returning with More Songs from Pooh Corner. It's a veritable fiesta of ballads, many of them from children's movies Disney's in particular. The Winnie the Pooh connection comes from anthemic album opener "Your Heart Will Lead You Home," the centerpiece of new theatrical release The Tigger Movie. Also representing Disney are Tarzan love theme "You'll Be in My Heart," the main theme from Beauty and the Beast, the heart-tugging "Baby Mine" from Dumbo, and a duet with Olivia ...
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Barnes & Noble - Moira McCormick
Most grown-up music celebs who dabble in children's music make lullaby records. Kenny Loggins, whose 1998 lullaby album Return to Pooh Corner was a palpable hit, falls squarely in that camp, returning with More Songs from Pooh Corner. It's a veritable fiesta of ballads, many of them from children's movies Disney's in particular. The Winnie the Pooh connection comes from anthemic album opener "Your Heart Will Lead You Home," the centerpiece of new theatrical release The Tigger Movie. Also representing Disney are Tarzan love theme "You'll Be in My Heart," the main theme from Beauty and the Beast, the heart-tugging "Baby Mine" from Dumbo, and a duet with Olivia Newton-John from The Secret Of Nimh, "Flying Dreams." A welcome addition is Randy Newman's warm, unhurried "That'll Do" from Babe, Pig in the Big City the film version was sung by Peter Gabriel. Loggins also assays the sweetly contemplative "The Inch Worm," from Danny Kaye's classic Hans Christian Andersen. Loggins performs this lush, glossy collection of well-known tunes like the consummate pro he is. Ballad-mad parents who appreciate highly commercial pop will love this; kids will certainly find it aids their bedtime wind-down process.
All Music Guide - Heather Phares
Kenny Loggins' More Songs From Pooh Corner builds on his success with Return to Pooh Corner, collecting a new batch of classic and contemporary children's songs. Loggins duets with Olivia Newton-John on "Flying Dreams" from The Secret of NIMH and performs Disney classics like "Beauty and the Beast," Dumbo's "Baby Mine," and "You'll Be in My Heart" from Tarzan. Babe: Pig in the City's "That'll Do," Hans Christian Andersen's "Inchworm," and "Hana Aluna," "Goodnight," and "Always, In All Ways" are among the other highlights of this charming collection of children's music, which will delight fans of Loggins' previous kids' albums and videos.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/8/2000
  • Label: Sony Wonder (Audio)
  • UPC: 074646351420
  • Catalog Number: 63514

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Kenny Loggins Primary Artist, Guitar
Alison Krauss Vocals
Olivia Newton-John Track Performer
Frank Marocco Accordion
Norton Buffalo Harmonica
Karen Briggs Violin
Kate McGarry Vocals
Peter Asher Percussion
Rosemary Butler Choir, Chorus
David Campbell Conductor
Jon Clarke Contrabass Clarinet, English Horn, Oboe, Recorder, E-flat Clarinet
Joel Derouin Violin
Nathan East Bass
Stephen Erdody Cello
Gary Falcone Choir, Chorus
Stefanie Fife Cello
Barry Flanagan Guitar, Ukulele, Choir, Chorus, Vocals (Rhythm)
Wendy Fraser Choir, Chorus
Richard Hardy Woodwind
Don Harper Conductor
Dorian Holley Choir, Chorus
Raven Kane Choir, Chorus
Larry Klein Bass
Steve Lively Choir, Chorus
Mark Mancina Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Bass Guitar, Hammond Organ, Guitar (12 String Acoustic)
Louis Molino III Drums
Bobbi Page Choir, Chorus
Dean Parks Guitar
Andrea Robinson Choir, Chorus
Stephanie Spruill Choir, Chorus
Larry Tuttle Upright Bass
Carmen Twillie Choir, Chorus
Terry Wood Choir, Chorus
Gayle Levant Harp
Arnold McCuller Choir, Chorus
Eric Rigler uillean pipes
Suzie Katayama Cello
Keli'i Kaneali'i Background Vocals, Choir, Chorus, 12-string Guitar
Ilene Novog Viola
Beth Wood Vocals
Jai Winding Conductor, Keyboards
Marc Mann Synthesizer, Conductor
Rock Deadrick Percussion
Ayanna Williams Choir, Chorus, Children's Chorus
Carolyn Miller Vocals
Donn Wyatt Synthesizer
Beth Fitchet Wood Vocals
Sue Bredice Vocals
Jonnie Hall Choir, Chorus, Children's Chorus
Mark Mann MIDI Design
Technical Credits
Jerry Goldsmith Composer
Kenny Loggins Producer
Peter Asher Producer, Executive Producer, drum programming, Percussion Programming
Mark Binder Programming
David Campbell String Arrangements, String Conductor
Barry Flanagan Producer
Don Harper String Arrangements, String Conductor
Luana Jackman Director
Nathaniel Kunkel Engineer
Mark Mancina Producer
David Pack Producer
Doug Sax Mastering
Tony Shepperd Engineer
Steve Tose Engineer
Paul Williams Composer
Jai Winding String Arrangements, String Conductor
Mark Cross Engineer
Marc Mann String Arrangements, MIDI Programming, String Conductor
Thomas Wolfe Cover Art
Kenneth Makuakane Producer, Engineer
Steve Wood Arranger, Engineer
Jason Ruder MIDI Programming
Mark Mann Programming, String Arrangements, String Conductor
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A terrific follow-up to "Songs from Pooh Corner"

    Kenny Loggins has done it again! I thought that "Songs from Pooh Corner" was wonderful, but this new CD is just as good. My 2-month-old falls into sweet dreams every night to these two CD's. My personal favorite from this album is Kenny's rendition of "Baby Mine" from the Disney movie "Dumbo". I defy anyone to listen to this song without shedding a tear! This is a must-have for any new mother!

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