Song of the Week: “Good Side of Tomorrow” – Dave Loggins

10 Jul

During my youth, my dad was always listening to Dave Loggins’ 1974 album, Apprentice (in a Musical Workshop), which featured the hit “Please Come to Boston.” In later years, when I was looking up the album to see if I still liked it, I discovered Dave Loggins was a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame! To my surprise, he had several albums, and had written songs—especially country songs—for many big acts, including Kenny Rogers’ number-one hit “Morning Desire” and “Pieces of April” for Three Dog Night. Funny how one’s childhood perspective can be so difficult to break out of. Anyway, in my searches, I also found this gem from his debut album, Personal Belongings.

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