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Album: Return to Pooh Corner

Artist: Kenny Loggins

  • Genre: Children's Music
  • Release Date: 1994
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • Copyright: ℗ 1994 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracklist For Return to Pooh Corner By Artist Kenny Loggins

Title Artist Time
1
All the Pretty Little Ponies Kenny Loggins 3:59 USD 1.29
2
Neverland Medley: Pure Imagina Kenny Loggins 7:08 USD Album Only
3
Return to Pooh Corner Kenny Loggins 4:14 USD 1.29
4
Rainbow Connection Kenny Loggins 3:46 USD 1.29
5
St. Judy's Comet Kenny Loggins 5:08 USD 1.29
6
The Last Unicorn Kenny Loggins 3:27 USD 1.29
7
Cody's Song Kenny Loggins 4:36 USD 1.29
8
The Horses Kenny Loggins 5:19 USD 1.29
9
Love Kenny Loggins 5:05 USD 1.29
10
To-Ra-Loo-Ra Kenny Loggins 4:44 USD 1.29

Reviews For Return to Pooh Corner By Artist Kenny Loggins

  • Love

    5
    By 21334657748839
    I adjust love all the songs but my favorite is rainbow connection always makes me cry more than the others.
  • Beautiful and timeless.

    5
    By garchompteeth
    Fell asleep every time without fail to these songs as a 90’s baby. And either it’s the nostalgia, the beauty of these sounds, a Pavlovian response or a mix of all three, but I still fall asleep to them as I’m nearing 30 years old. Kenny Loggins has given me a gift in this album that I’ll treasure forever.
  • Every single song!

    5
    By AwesomeMarketing
    There are only a handful of albums that every single song is memorable, you sing along to every song and the entire album is timeless!
  • Great memories

    5
    By Hanger59
    I used to play this for my son when he was a baby. I don't know who loved it more me or my son. Now I share it with friends when they have babies. Thank you Kenny
  • Return to Pooh Corner

    3
    By Bill's Board Quest
    Kind of sad to listen to this and know it is NOT the original "Return to Pooh Corner." I know every bar of that song, and every voice and nuance. Though nicely done, this is not the one I have on my original album, and iTunes doesn't seem to have that one.
  • Childhood In An Album

    5
    By LukeLeiaSkywalker
    Thank you iTunes for putting this album out! I am so blessed to have come across this! I remember my mother rocking me to sleep with Return To Pooh Corner or The Last Unicorn in the background. Finding this brought tears to my eyes. My future children will grow up with Kenny Loggins. Thank you so much!
  • Grew up to this

    5
    By Byeshelbyyyy
    Mother and I reminiscing on this album and how she would play it when I was a little kid. I loved it then and love it more. Can't wait to play it some day for my kids.
  • Great memories

    5
    By iCrush-1
    I first brought this cd for my son Jeremy in 1994 when he was just one year old. Jeremy and I would listen to this at bedtime I would try to sing along and he fell asleep in my arms. Today Jeremy is 21 years old and has no memory of this incredible time we shared. I love you Jeremy, Dad.
  • Wonderful!!

    5
    By Sgk96
    I used to listen to this as a child growing up when I would go to sleep. My parents just recently brought this CD up on Pandora and I fell in love all over again, and I'm 18 years old !! Wonderful music - completely ageless.
  • Takes me back....

    5
    By AshDigzsy
    What an awesome album. It always takes me back to my childhood. I'm a preschool teacher and my little ones love to listen to this album before a nice afternoon nap! Thanks Kenny

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