NOW That's What I Call Yacht Rock, Vol. 2 Various Artists Pop Music 2020 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: NOW That's What I Call Yacht Rock, Vol. 2

Artist: Various Artists

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2020
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • Copyright: This Compilation ℗ 2020 UMG Recordings, Inc. and Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For NOW That's What I Call Yacht Rock, Vol. 2 By Artist Various Artists

Title Artist Time
Whenever I Call You "Friend" Kenny Loggins 3:58 USD Album Only
I Keep Forgettin' Michael McDonald 3:36 USD Album Only
Baker Street Gerry Rafferty 6:03 USD Album Only
If You Leave Me Now Chicago 3:50 USD Album Only
Keep On Loving You REO Speedwagon 3:19 USD Album Only
All Out of Love Air Supply 3:59 USD Album Only
All By Myself Eric Carmen 4:51 USD Album Only
I Go Crazy Paul Davis 3:48 USD Album Only
I'll Be Over You Toto 3:46 USD Album Only
Reminiscing Little River Band 4:10 USD Album Only
Summer Breeze Seals & Crofts 3:19 USD Album Only
Sundown Gordon Lightfoot 3:30 USD Album Only
Fooled Around and Fell In Love Elvin Bishop 4:33 USD Album Only
So Into You Atlanta Rhythm Section 4:20 USD Album Only
Magnet & Steel Walter Egan 3:19 USD Album Only
Kiss You All Over Exile 3:32 USD Album Only
Love Will Keep Us Together Captain & Tennille 3:20 USD Album Only
Hold On Santana 4:20 USD Album Only

Reviews For NOW That's What I Call Yacht Rock, Vol. 2 By Artist Various Artists

  • Memories

    By o8sis
    This is great CD, Yacht Rock. I love these songs. Bring back memories sitting in the car with my mom and dad. When times was slower and normal. Good Music. Good Arists as well.
  • Two slow!

    By Socat321
    I just listened to a little bit of this song and it’s to slow for me
  • Now that’s what I call yacht rock 2

    By hotforrick
    I love the assortment, but no Rick Springfield? Oh well!! The other choices are pretty good, though. I think I’ll buy it anyway. (It’s not like I have a yacht anyway...oh well!)hot hotforrick
  • Yuppie rock

    By K!ch!ga!
    Can't get much more corporate and limp than this.
  • ?

    By wasteoftimeforsure
    Good tracks but why no Queen?! That would definitely be played on a yacht.
  • Good, not Great

    By Mark_I
    This is the music of my adolescent years and each song brings back memories of summer, vacations, being carefree . . . Many of the songs on here are the originals, but there are some re-recordings, which surprised me as those are usually identified on the album. Still, a good compilation to go with the original Yacht Rock collection.
  • Great buy

    By DJ Derek R
    Great music.
  • Yacht Rock 2

    By bluedog123
    No Pablo Cruise? No way!

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