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Live: Something Old, New, Borrowed...and some Blues

26 July 2007 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 6 Jun 2000
  • Label: Morning Sky
  • Total Length: 1:06:48
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  • ASIN: B002EJK7F8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 168,099 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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Amazon.com: 32 reviews
32 of 33 people found the following review helpful
A Truely Intense Experience 20 Jun 2000
By C. Kuschel-Toerber - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
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.
31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
A Wonderful Keepsake! 8 Jun 2000
By Claire F. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Those fans of Dan Fogelberg who attended his concerts with his various bands in the 90's will be thrilled with this keepsake to relive that experience. As Dan says in his liner notes, this Live CD is 100% live with all the technical glitches and all. Although "critics" will probably harp on that aspect, it makes me feel like I was right there. It makes it all the more real and that's what I prefer! I personally appreciate the rawness of it. The songs are a fantastic mix and shows Dan's diverse talents in voice and guitar...from the oldies from 1972 to his unbelievable never released blues numbers. (He MUST make a blues album! ) No wonder Dan has sustained his loyal following. What a tremendous talent!
21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
DF really cuts loose on this CD 14 Jun 2000
By Kelli - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The energy level of this CD and Dan's guitar playing are both off the charts! It grabs you right from the start with the uplifting, toe tapping "Magic Every Moment" and "Songbird". Then he brings it down a bit with the "something old" still carrying that energy with sweet harmonies and his famed acoustic guitar playing. "The Innocent Age"-- precious, beautiful harmonies between Dan and Timothy B. Schmit. "As The Raven Flies" -- a bit slow, but great (electric) lead guitar. "Hard To Say" , "Make Love Stay", "Changing Horses" and "Looking For A Lady" -- love them all, great presentation vocally and rhythmically. I really loved hearing these songs of the 70's performed with more maturity both musically and vocally. I love that lower, seasoned voice. Well done!
Then somewhere between "You Better Think Twice" and "She Don't Look Back" I found myself lost in FANTASTIC guitar and GREAT vocals. I love that rassssssspy blues thing going on! Dan really cuts loose with these tunes. His lead guitar ranging from a down home country acoustic to blues to rock. Is there anything this man cannot play! "You Better Think Twice" -- this is a very high energy tune. You cannot sit still with this one (great acoustic lead). "Don't Let That Sun Go Down" -- WOW, this song (and performance) is exceptional, truly a sample of the amazing songwriting we have come to know . And then some blues, oh baby, fantastic! Great acoustic slide on "Statesboro Blues". The electric lead on "Blow Wind Blow" blows me away, so fast and fluid. And this man can sing the blues like blues should be sung! "She Don't Look Back" is really rockin, again excellent guitar. Then Dan introduces "Here Comes The Sun" saying it's "just for fun", mellowing you in a way only a Beatles tune could, helping you to regain your composure. He does the Beatles so well. This CD is a wonderful "live" experience. I loved it! Thanks Dan!
I realized I haven't said much about the other musicians featured on this CD --their excellent contributions help make it all come together, but Dan is definitely the star on this album as far as I'm concerned.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Like being there live! 16 July 2001
By lkpenn - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a wonderful compilation of live songs performed by Dan Fogelberg with various band members during the 90's. I had to the good fortune to see three of his shows during that time and always made a list of the songs played each night. Afterwards I would create a cassette of the songs available to re-live the concert. This record includes some previously unreleased material and it puts me right back into one of those seats again.
Dan's incredible versatility and power as a peformer is showcased here. In addition, his breadth as a musician is demonstrated again & again. Songs like "The Innocent Age" and "Make Love Stay" are unmatched in lyric and melodic composition. And then the power and raw emotion of "Don't Let That Sun Go Down" is indicative of a side of Dan's music of which the Top 40 listener is unaware. And then his tip of the hat to the Beatles in "Here Comes The Sun" reminds us of why we all were influenced by their sound.
For anyone who wants to experience Dan Fogelberg in Concert and glimpse the variety of his talent and his ability to reach out and hold an audience, then this album will put you right there! A definite 'Recommended Buy'
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
LOVE IT! 9 Jun 2000
By Madeline - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
What diversity! Dan turns the old songs into new classics. His covers of "Here Comes The Sun" and "You Better Think Twice" are excellent and the blues numbers are indescrible! Absolutely incredible! His voice is made for the blues! Dan's never released "Don't Let That Sun Go Down" is one of the best I have ever heard. This is the best collection of Live music from Dan's band years that I could ever hope to have. He did a great job on keeping it authentic. I would imagine he released this mainly for his true, hard core fans but I know I will be giving this to my friends proudly to let them see for themselves why Dan Fogelberg is my favorite artist. Always has been and always will be. Keep them coming, Dan. We'll always be here for you!
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