Eric Andersen was part of the early ’60s Greenwich Village folk scene in New York. After two decades of flying solo and releasing 16 studio albums, Andersen decided to be part of the Danko/Fjeld/Andersen trio. They would go on to release three studio albums together, performing together for nearly nine years. In 1998, Eric Andersen would release his first solo album in a decade, Memory of the Future. The album has been described as dreamy and introspective. His career didn’t end at that. Two years later, he would follow it with another album, “You Can’t Relive the Past,” which also

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