July 06, 2017
Just a few minutes ago, I posed a very important question to five millennials sitting here at PhillyVoice world headquarters.
“Who was the king of movie soundtracks in the 1980s?” I asked, presuming everybody would instantly answer correctly.
You see, I already knew it was Kenny Loggins because of course it’s Kenny Loggins. None of them did, though. (Side note: If you want to engage in a Loggins vs. Survivor brawl, step to me.)
Because – in addition to destroying department stores, homeownership, diamonds, and a wide array of things – millennials threaten to destroy Mr. Loggins’ legacy.
They should know their history. As such, this post will serve as an Intergenerational Public Service Announcement regarding Loggins’ Top 8 soundtrack songs.
There is no time or news hook for this post. Its importance transcends any of that. I stand with Kenny Loggins' impact on movies of the Eighties. It is my hope that you will, too.