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Twin Sons Of Different Mothers

Twin Sons Of Different Mothers

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Dan Fogelberg was an American musician, songwriter, composer, and multi-instrumentalist. He is best known for his 1980s hits, including "Longer" (1980), "Leader of the Band" (1981), and "Same Old Lang Syne" (1981).

Fogelberg started out working as a session musician in Nashville.  He released a solo album in 1972,  Home Free which received a lukewarm response, although it eventually reached platinum status.  His  second effort was more successful – the 1974 Joe Walsh-produced album Souvenirs – and the song "Part of the Plan" became Fogelberg's first hit.  He went on to release a string of gold and platinum albums, including Captured Angel (1975) and Nether Lands (1977).  

Twin Sons of Different Mothers released in 1978 was the first of two collaborations with jazz flautist Tim Weisberg, which found commercial success with songs such as "The Power of Gold".

Fogelberg died in December 2007.


1. Twins Theme
2. Intimidation
3. Lazy Susan
4. Guitar Étude No. 3
5. Tell Me To My Face
6. Hurtwood Alley
7. Lahaina Luna
8. Paris Nocturne
9. Since You've Asked
10. The Power Of Gold


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