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Kenny Loggins:I'm Alright Lyrics
Add Moods. Add Themes. Shortly afterward, it appeared on the American version of the Out of Our Heads album they never did release a studio version of the song. That's the bedrock for Mick Jagger to sing improvised-sounding basic party-type lyrics over -- it's kind of like a chorus extended and strung out to a whole song. The Stones did a bunch of songs like these in their early days that were more vamped riffs than structured tunes, but as such tracks go, "I'm Alright" is good, and one of the better ones the group attempted in this style.
The guitars are solidly raunchy -- the one doing the main riffs is joined by a slashing rhythm guitar that throws in some almost violent skittering downward patterns. Keith Richards contributes to the good-time atmosphere with some energetic backup vocals, and there's some push-pull tension in the middle where things get a little quieter. That allows Jagger to camp it up and sing "Do you feel it?
Kenny Loggins - I'm Alright (Theme From "Caddyshack") (Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single) | Discogs
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