Souvenirs

Souvenirs

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by Dan Fogelberg
     
 

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On his second album, Dan Fogelberg expanded slightly on his sparse, countrified folk sound, adding a distinctively more pop feel, thanks to help from producer Joe Walsh. Songs like "Illinois" and "Long Way" wouldn't have been out of place on his debut, while "There's a Place in the World for a Gambler" highlighted Fogelberg's growth as a…  See more details below

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On his second album, Dan Fogelberg expanded slightly on his sparse, countrified folk sound, adding a distinctively more pop feel, thanks to help from producer Joe Walsh. Songs like "Illinois" and "Long Way" wouldn't have been out of place on his debut, while "There's a Place in the World for a Gambler" highlighted Fogelberg's growth as a songwriter. Such growth was most evident on the rollicking, anthemic "Part of the Plan," a buoyant, radio-friendly pop hit that brought Fogelberg to a larger audience and, at the time, easily placed him alongside such California hitmakers as Joni Mitchell, the Eagles, and Jackson Browne. "As the Raven Flies" revealed Fogelberg to be capable of making edgy, guitar-driven rock and exhibited his range as a vocalist.

Product Details

Release Date:
10/25/1990
Label:
Sony
UPC:
0074643313728
catalogNumber:
33137

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dan Fogelberg   Primary Artist,Organ,Synthesizer,Guitar,Piano,Electric Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals,Vibes
Don Henley   Vocals,Background Vocals
Randy Meisner   Vocals
Graham Nash   Vocals,Vocal Harmony
Joe Walsh   Guitar,Electric Guitar,12-string Guitar
Kenny Passarelli   Bass,Sousaphone
Gerry Beckley   Acoustic Guitar
Jody Boyer   Vocals
Glenn Frey   Vocals,Background Vocals
Bryan Garofalo   Guitar
Paul Harris   Piano
Jimmie Haskell   Accordion
Russ Kunkel   Drums
Joe Lala   Conga,Timbales
Marie Ouhrabka   Vocals
Perkins   Pedal Steel Guitar
Norbert Putnam   Bass
Brian Garafalo   Bass

Technical Credits

Joe Walsh   Producer
Rick Collins   Mastering

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Souvenirs 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Every song becomes a part of you. Each song sequenced perfectly like pieces of a puzzle coming togther to form a perfect symphony. A work of art. The beginning of Dan Fogelberg as we know him today. This album takes on even more meaning as the world learns of his passing. A remarkable artist. His musical vision lives on through works of this sort.