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Dan Fogelberg CD, The Wild Places

$4.00 USD

Cd, case and inserts are in mint / near mint condition.  Original 1990 Epic / Full Moon release.  This is not a promotional version, no holes, slices, or marks.

1. Aurora Nova
2. The Wild Places
3. Forefathers
4. Song of the Sea
5. Anastasia's Eyes
6. Blind to the Truth
7. Lovers in a Dangerous Time
8. Rhythm of the Rain
9. Bones in the Sky
10. The Spirit Trail
11. Ever On

Playing Time:    52 min.
Producer:    Dan Fogelberg, Joe Reagoso

Album Notes
Personnel: Dan Fogelberg (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, slide guitar, classical guitar, woodwinds, piano, electric piano, keyboards, synthesizer, drums, percussion, drum programming); Timothy B. Schmit (vocals, background vocals); The Heart Attack Horns, David Crosby, The Waters, Julia Waters, Maxine Willard Waters, Oren Waters (vocals); Michael Landau (electric guitar); Al Garth (soprano saxophone, tenor saxophone); Jerry Hey (trumpet); Mike Finnigan (organ); Bob Glaub (fretless bass); Russ Kunkel (drums, percussion); Lenny Castro (congas, timbales, percussion); Sara K. (background vocals).Audio Mixers: Marty Lewis; Dan Fogelberg.Recording information: Lahaina Sound, Lahaina, Maui, HI; Lahaina Sound, Maui, HI; Mountain Bird Studio, CO; Sahaina Sound, Maui, HI; Sunset Sound Studios, Los Angeles, CA; Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA.Author: Chief Seattle.Illustrator: Amy Dakos.Photographers: Anastasia Savage; Anatasia Savage; Andy Katz.Unknown Contributor Role: The Heart Attack Horns.Dan Fogelberg managed to retain listeners' attention even after nearly 20 years of music-making. The Wild Places is a calm collection of originals and wisely chosen covers. Bruce Cockburn's "Lovers in a Dangerous Time" is done Fogelberg style, with Dan playing all the instruments himself. The old Cascades hit "Rhythm of the Rain" has a dreamy style applied to it, and Fogelberg adds a portion of the Beatles' "Rain" as well. Originals "The Spirit Trail" and the title cut are more solid efforts from Fogelberg's pen. Pastoral, if a bit laid-back, The Wild Places showed that Dan Fogelberg could still shine in a mellow style that suited his material well. ~ James Chrispell

Guaranteed to play perfectly.