Andy Katz/Nether Lands RecordsAn archival live album documenting an April 1979 concert that late singer/songwriter Dan Fogelberg played at New York City’s Carnegie Hall hit was released Friday as a two-CD set and digital download.

Live at Carnegie Hall features Fogelberg playing a 26-song solo set featuring selections from throughout the early part of his career, including his hits “Same Old Lang Syne” and “Part of the Plan.”

The album was produced by Fogelberg’s widow, Jean, and his longtime manager and friend Irving Azoff. Jean Fogelberg decided to release the recording after discovering a tape of the concert and being impressed by the quality of Dan’s performance. She eventually enlisted Grammy-winning engineer Bob Ludwig to help restore the recording and recapture the ambience of the famous concert hall.

Jean has written a full account of how the release of the live album came to fruition that you can read at

Fogelberg died in 2007 at age 56 after a battle with prostate cancer.

Here’s the full track list of Live at Carnegie Hall:

CD 1
“Nether Lands”
“Once upon a Time”
“Old Tennessee”
“Song from Half Mountain”
“(Someone’s Been) Telling You Stories”
“To the Morning”
“Paris Nocturne”
“Sketches Summer”
“Sketches Winter”

CD 2
“Next Time”
“Manha de Carnival”
“Guitar Etude No. 3”
“Plastered in Paris”
“The Chauvinist Song”
“Full Moon Mansion”
“Beggars Game”
“Same Old Lang Syne”
“All Night Long”
“Morning Sky”
“Part of the Plan”
“There’s a Place in the World for a Gambler”
“Along the Road”

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