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Outside from the Redwoods

Kenny Loggins

Year: 1992

Runtime: 01:20:20

The Emmy-nominated Outside: From The Redwoods features an intimate set by Kenny Loggins packed with new arrangements of his greatest hits. Includes new versions of "Footloose," "Celebrate Me Home" and "This is It" with special guest Michael McDonald.

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