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Live

Bruce Cockburn (ブルースコバーン)

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Bruce Cockburn(Guitar (Acoustic)),  Bruce Cockburn(Guitar (Electric)),  Bruce Cockburn(Vocals),  Michael Sloski(Drums),  Michael Sloski(Percussion),  Russ Ryan(Guitar),  Bruce Cockburn(Harmonica),  John Lacina(Sound Effects),  Michael Sloski(Vocals (Background)),  Bruce Cockburn(Bodhran),  Bob McFee(Engineer),  Doug McClement(Engineer),  John Lacina(Engineer),  John Naslen(Engineer),  Jon Goldsmith(Producer),  Bart Schoales(Art Direction),  Brad Haehnel(Editing),  Fergus Marsh(Composer),  John Naslen(Mixing),  Jon Erickson(Assistant Engineer),  Nicholas Jennings(Liner Notes),  Patrick Harbron(Photography),  Peter J. Moore(Digital Remastering),  Bruce Cockburn(Wind Chimes),  David Hart(Road Manager),  Russ Ryan(Monitors),  Russ Wilson(Monitors)

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Recorded in Toronto in the summer of 1989, Live is a good collection of Bruce Cockburn's music, presented in a stripped-down setting. Fronting a tight three-piece unit, which sounds bigger thanks to Fergus Marsh's stick, Michael Sloski's eloquent drumming, and his own fingerstyle guitar work, Cockburn delivers a nice overview of his career, dating back as far as the record's opener, Silver Wheels, from 1976. Amid his usual elements of spirituality and state-of-the-world messages, there's also a lightness and even a sense of humor that is rarely, if ever, seen in his studio work. His choice to close with Always Look on the Bright Side of Life from the crucifixion scene in Monty Python's Life of Brian is both funny and inspired, while Rumours of Glory, with its playful harmonica, gains a joyful bounce, and his lone Top 40 U.S. hit, Wondering Where the Lions Are, becomes a crowd-pleasing singalong. Elsewhere Cockburn gives a new look to old tunes, whether it's solo performances of After the Rain and Call It Democracy, the stark power of the bodhran, vocal rendition of Stolen Land, or the more palatable, jumping blues treatment of Maybe the Poet. Even though there are no songs, with the exception of Always Look on the Bright Side of Life, that are not available elsewhere, there's enough personality in these live versions to recommend the record on its own merit, and not just as a souvenir of a successful tour. [The reissued edition includes the previously excluded If I Had a Rocket Launcher.] ~ Brett Hartenbach, Rovi

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  • 01. Silver Wheels
  • 02. World of Wonders
  • 03. Rumours of Glory
  • 04. See How I Miss You
  • 05. After the Rain
  • 06. Call It Democracy
  • 07. Tibetan Side of Town
  • 08. Wondering Where the Lions Are
  • 09. Nicaragua
  • 10. If I Had a Rocket Launcher
  • 11. Broken Wheel
  • 12. Stolen Land
  • 13. To Raise the Morning Star
  • 14. Maybe the Poet
  • 15. Always Look on the Bright Side of Life

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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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