Dan Fogelberg ‎– The Innocent Age (1981)

The Innocent Age is the sixth solo album by American singer/songwriter Dan Fogelberg, released in 1981 as a double-LP on Full Moon.

A1. “Nexus” (6:04)
A2. “The Innocent Age” (4:15)
A3. “The Sand and the Foam” (4:19)
A4. “In the Passage” (6:28)
B1. “Lost in the Sun” (3:53)
B2. “Run for the Roses” (4:18)
B3. “Leader of the Band / Washington Post March” (4:48)
B4. “Same Old Lang Syne” (5:21)
C1. “Stolen Moments” (3:12)
C2. “The Lion’s Share” (5:10)
C3. “Only the Heart May Know” (4:09)
C4. “The Reach” (6:30)
D1. “Aireshire Lament” (0:52)
D2. “Times Like These” (3:02)
D3. “Hard to Say” (4:00)
D4. “Empty Cages” (6:24)
D5. “Ghosts” (7:16)

Dan Fogelberg — acoustic guitar, electric guitar, lead guitar, rhythm guitar, bass, piano, electric piano, lap steel guitar, tack piano, Prophet 5, string ensemble, mini moog, tambourine, electric sitar, bell, hammer dulcimer, percussion, cowbell, vocals, lead vocals, backing vocals, producer, writer, orchestral arrangements, engineer, photography
Marty Lewis — co-producer, engineer, mixer, percussion, tambourine
Sid Sharp — violin, concertmaster
Glen Spreen — orchestral arrangements, brass arrangements
John Kosh — design
Andy Katz — photography
Emmylou Harris — vocals, guest (C3)
Joni Mitchell — vocals (A1)
Russ Kunkel — drums, percussion, music, congas, timbales, cymbals
Don Alias — congas, shakers, percussion, cowbell
Al Perkins — pedal steel guitar
Jimmie Fadden — harmonica
Mike Utley — piano, electric piano, music
Mike Finnigan — organ
Kenny Passarelli — bass
Norbert Putnam — bass, music
Joe Lala — congas, timbales
Gayle Levant — Celtic harp, pedal harp
Jesse Ehrlich — cello
David Duke — French horn
Michael Brecker — tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone (C2)
Tom Scott — tenor saxophone
Jerry Hey — trumpet, piccolo
Sid’s Raiders — strings
UCLA Choir — choir
Heart of Darkness Chorale — choir
Richie Furay — harmony vocals
Don Henley — harmony vocals (C2)
Glenn Frey — harmony vocals (D3)
Mike Brewer — harmony vocals
Chris Hillman — harmony vocals (D4)
UCLA Band — orchestra
Lawrence Fogelberg — arrangements
John Philip Sousa — writer

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