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In 1982, Loggins recorded "You Are So Beautiful", a Joe Cocker's cover on his 1974 album I Can Stand a Little Rain, on his album High Adventure, and is released as a single on June 1983. Since in 1984, Kenny Loggins recorded "Almost Over You" (#2 in the US), a cover by Sheena Easton, who is released on her 1983 album Best Kept Secret, on the motion picture soundtrack to the film, Ghostbusters. Loggins covered the song called Elton John and Kiki Dee's Don't Go Breaking My Heart (#1 hit in the US), a duet with pop singer Irene Cara, on the single which was released on November 13, 1984. It appears on 1985 soundtrack and the film Fletch. In 1985, Loggins recorded and covered a ballad song called Bob Seger's "We've Got Tonight" (#1 in the US and UK), a duet with Scottish singer Sheena Easton, on his fifth album Vox Humana. Since in 1986, Loggins recorded and covered "Wind Beneath My Wings" (#1 in the US and UK), a duet with Colm Wilkinson, on the soundtrack album The Karate Kid II. It earned the Grammy and Tony Awards in 1986. Loggins sings "Happy Days Are Here Again / Get Happy” a duet with Orbison released on November 1986. In 1987, Loggins covered Atlantic Starr's "Secret Lovers", a duet with Irene Cara on her album Carasmatic. It reached the #43 chart on the Hot 100 and peeked the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop number #23 chart. Loggins himself recorded "After All", a duet with Orbison on the soundtrack to the film Someone to Watch Over Me in October 18, 1987. Loggins recorded "Somewhere Out There", from the 1986 film An American Tail, a duet with Sheena Easton on her album No Sound But a Heart. It reached and peeked the number #23 chart on Billboard Hot 100 and peeked the number #36 on Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary number one singles. In late 1987, Loggins covered "Always" (#1 in the US), a duet with Deniece Williams, and appeared on soundtrack to the film Dirty Dancing. It was released on Loggins' 1988 album Back to Avalon. It reached and peeked the number one chart on the Billboard Hot 100,  Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart and Billboard Adult Contemporary chart in 1988. It earned the Grammy Awards for R&B song of the Year in 1989. Loggins meets Orbison, while they reunited, with band toto in Los Angeles called Kenny Loggins and Roy Orbison with Toto: Live at Los Angeles. In 1989, Loggins, who provided by Nicholas Nickleby, covered Helen Reddy's "Candle on the Water", which is from the 1977 film, Pete's Dragon, from the Charles Dickens' film of the same name, the single was released in April 5, 1989. It peeked the two number one charts in the Billboard Hot 100 and Adult Contemporary songs. Loggins recorded "Remember Me This Way" from the soundtrack to the film The Phantom of the Opera. It was released as a single in July 13, 1989 reached and peeked the two number one charts on the Billboard Hot 100 and the Adult Contemporary, and recorded "All I Ask of You" , a duet with Sheena Easton. It was released as a single in August 13, 1989, and peeked the number one chart on the Billboard Adult Contemporary songs in 1990. In 1990, It earned the Grammy Awards Song of the Year. It earned Academy Awards for Film of the Year and Tony Awards song of the Year. Since in 2015, as Loggins joined the group, Various artists sings "The Gift" and appeal for the 2015 April and May Nepal Earthquakes.

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