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Dan.Fogelberg.-.Discography.[FLAC]




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If you're a fan of the music of Dan Fogelberg, you've probably been aware of his prolific output for quite some time. In the 1960s and 1970s alone, he was responsible for dozens of albums and even more songs. Nowadays, however, Fogelberg is mostly remembered by only a few people who have been following his career from its beginning in the late 1960s. They know that he had a massive hit with "Leader of the Band" from his first album, but few people realize that the album was not the best selling of his entire career as a result. In fact, as you'll see below, it never made it to #1 on the Billboard charts.In addition to that classic track, many people have heard "Powderfinger" from his 1967 album New Frontier. The song was also a minor hit for Linda Ronstadt and James Taylor in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Still fewer remember Fogelberg's work during this time period, however. Perhaps the first album to be released and rereleased on a single album. "Home Free" is a live double album that features the soulful and energetic, groove-oriented vocals of Dan Fogelberg. The song "Same Old Lang Syne" made it to #8 on the US Pop chart as well as #19 on the US Adult Contemporary Charts.The follow-up to "Home Free", this live album also features the soulful and energetic, groove-oriented vocals of Dan Fogelberg. The song "Part of the Plan" made it to #15 on the US Adult Contemporary Charts and #77 on the US Pop charts and also into Billboards top 100 songs of 1979. This album features Dan Fogelberg's take on the folk-rock sound. The songs "Leader of the Band" and "Same Old Lang Syne" made it to #1 and #2 on the US Pop chart, respectively.Fogelberg's fourth release is a bit different from his earlier albums. The song "Part of the Plan" from this album also made it into Billboards top 100 songs of 1979 at #82.Dan Fogelberg turned a lot of heads when he followed his concept LP with a double-live album, but what many people don't realize is that there were several albums in between these two releases that were also worthy of being called classics. In fact, many fans consider this album to be Dan's best release of the early 1980s. The song "Same Old Lang Syne" from this album was a moderate success on the US Pop chart at #79.A lot of Dan Fogelberg fans consider his self-titled LP to be a classic of the late 1970s. There's a reason for that: It features a collection of strong, emotional songs that sound just as good today as they did when they were originally released. The song "Missing You" from this album made it into Billboards top 100 songs of 1980 at #91. An album with a strong country influence, "Phoenix" is an OK product from Dan Fogelberg. eccc085e13

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