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In The Falling Dark

Bruce Cockburn (ブルースコバーン)

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Bill Usher(Percussion),  Bob Disalle(Drums),  Bruce Cockburn(Guitar),  Bruce Cockburn(Vocals),  Dennis Pendrith(Bass),  Fred Stone(Trumpet),  Jorn Anderson(Drums),  Jorn Anderson(Percussion),  Kathryn Moses(Flute),  Michel Donato(Bass),  Ronney Abramson(Vocals),  Bruce Cockburn(Dulcimer),  Fred Stone(Flugelhorn),  Luke Gibson(Vocals (Background)),  Kathryn Moses(Piccolo),  Gene Martynec(Producer),  Ken Friesen(Engineer),  Bart Schoales(Art Direction),  Nicholas Jennings(Liner Notes),  Marcel Moussette(Translation),  Peter J. Moore(Digital Remastering)

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With every album he released during the first half of the '70s, Bruce Cockburn continued to evolve and show signs of greatness, and with his seventh, In the Falling Dark, he makes good on these promises. As a whole, this record trumps anything that its predecessors had to offer, almost to the point where it's difficult to imagine that it followed the release of Joy Will Find a Way by only a year. The sound that was merely suggested on his previous recordings is fully realized here: check out the flute and trumpet interplay on the jazz-inflected instrumental Giftbearer, the hypnotic I'm Gonna Fly Someday with its irresistible flute, horn, and voice line, and Fred Stone's flugelhorn on Silver Wheels. Furthermore, the songwriting is without a doubt his most consistent; Lord of the Starfields and the evocative title track are the pinnacle of his Christian mysticism, whereas the aforementioned Silver Wheels is one of his keenest social observations to date. There's still the occasional slide into the sort of hippie-ish sentiments that have plagued his recordings from time to time, but even at its most mawkish, there's a sweetness and warmth to the material. His first U.S. release since 1972, In the Falling Dark may not have made Bruce Cockburn a household name, but it did mark his emergence as an important artist. ~ Brett Hartenbach, Rovi

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  • 01. Lord of the Starfields (03:29)
  • 02. Vagabondage (04:19)
  • 03. In the Falling Dark (04:54)
  • 04. Little Seahorse (04:32)
  • 05. Water into Wine (05:33)
  • 06. Silver Wheels (04:45)
  • 07. Giftbearer (04:41)
  • 08. Gavin's Woodpile (08:08)
  • 09. I'm Gonna Fly Some Day (04:04)
  • 10. Festival of Friends (04:43)
  • 11. Red Brother Red Sister (04:16)
  • 12. Untitled Guitar (08:46)
  • 13. Shepherds (07:15)
  • 14. Dweller by a Dark Stream (04:18)

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Bruce Cockburn

Immensely popular in his native Canada, singer/songwriter Bruce Cockburn has found only cult success south of the border, in spite of a rich, varied body of work and considerable critical nods. He has won numerous Juno Awards and has kept the quality control on most of his albums at a high level. Cockburn's first decade of work (1970-1979) is largely literate, singer/songwriter folk-rock, often wi

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