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Dan Fogelberg - Something Old, New, Borrowed...And Some Blues (Live) (2000/2007)

20-02-2015, 08:44
Music | Blues | Folk | Rock | FLAC / APE

Dan Fogelberg - Something Old, New, Borrowed...And Some Blues (Live) (2000/2007)

Artist: Dan Fogelberg
Title Of Album: Something Old, New, Borrowed...And Some Blues
Year Of Release: 2000/2007
Label: Morning Sky
Genre: Rock, Pop Rock, Blues Rock, Soft Rock, Contemporary Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 66:53 Min
Total Size: 162 Mb | 484 Mb


1. Magic Every Moment
2. Songbird
3. The Innocent Age
4. As The Raven Flies
5. Hard To Say
6. Make Love Stay
7. Changing Horses
8. Looking For A Lady
9. You Better Think Twice
10. Don't Let That Sun Go Down
11. Statesboro Blues
12. Blow Wind Blow
13. She Don't Look Back
14. Here Comes The Sun

What a shame that this truely brilliant live album has only been released on a small label and will probably not receive the attention it deserves.
Dan Fogelberg - a brilliant singer,songwriter and instrumentalist who has survived in this business for almost 30 years now - released his first live album in 1991 (Greetings From the West), also highly recommended. But this new album, which is a collection of material recorded live between 1992 and 1995, sounds much closer to real thing.
No overdubs, the occasional glitch - it's really like being there in the concert hall. Unlike other reviewers I do think that Dan's voice has matured nicely over the years, and the live versions of his early classics sound even better on this disc.
Timothy B. Schmit, veteran member of Poco and The Eagles, provides some very nice harmony vocals on this record. There are a lot of as yet unreleased songs here, including some very intense and highly emotional Blues tracks as well - which all helps to prove just what a brilliant singer and musician Dan Fogelberg is.
This is certainly gift to his devoted fans but it should also extend beyond that loyal core of people. Beautiful, handmade music is a timeless treasure, and nobody does it better than Dan Fogelberg. (By C. Kuschel-Toerber)

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