Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Souvenirs/Captured Angel/Nether Lands
Genres: Folk, Pop, Rock
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America's Unassuming MusicalTreasure
temporalscorpion | Portland, usa | 11/14/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I began to follow Dan's carrer in a junior college town back in the seventies. I thougt that he was just the coolest musician around becaus he was so enormoulsy talented; playing many of the instruments on the album I was looking at buying (Home Free). I bought the tape of it back then and was really surprised that he owned such wonderful dual abilities in both the areas of music and lyrics. Today he remains my favourite musician to listen too and also see live. When someday up the road there is an honest discussion of Royalty among the American musical class it will be far and away Dan Fogelberg at the top of the class. From the genres of country, blues, pop, and jazz, I cannot help but congratulate mysef on the honor of listening to his music by way of concerts and purchasing his musical artistry."
Three in one, what fun!
Tracy Anderson | UT USA | 07/21/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you are a Dan Fogelberg fan and have worn out any of the three CD's included in this set, you couldn't ask for a better collection. These CD's are classic Dan Folgelberg, the stuff that make people keep coming back for more. I've hunted through music stores looking for Dan's older recording and could rarely find a good selection - now, here you have it. Three great CD's set together!"
Rollie Anderson | Forney, Texas United States | 12/02/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I'll admit it. I'm a sucker for heartbreak songs and Dan's one of the best ever at creating them. Especially when it comes to singing about the one who "got away." These three cds are also excellent examples of his excellent musicianship, production and songwriting, as well. So if you are suffering from the heartache of a lost relationship and you've tired of Joni Mitchell's "Blue" and Jackson Browne's "Late for the Sky" cds here is superb solace and shared misery on the same level. Dan was in his prime during this era of his career and sadly, after the "Innocent Age" lp, he never regained this level of quality again."