For longtime Dan Fogelberg fans, those years between 1974 and 1981, when the enduringsinger-songwriter defined what for them became "his sound" -- acoustic-based, romantic themed, "Southern California" style folk-rock emphasizing three-part, "stacked" harmony, was a magical period.
Anchoring that era were a trio of albums in particular: Souvenirs, released in 1974; Captured Angel, which followed in 1975; and Fogelberg's 1981 coming of age landmark double record, The Innocent Age. Not coincidentally, it also represented the material that radio seemed to embrace most enthusiastically.
Now, for those fans, and the new ones surely to be won this year, there is very good news to report: Dan Fogelberg has come Full Circle with his new studio album in 10 years.
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