Mummy Dust

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All Music Guide - Rob Caldwell
Originally released only in Canada, this compilation was also an attractive buy for those who had all Cockburn's releases, as four previously unavailable songs were also included. The previously released older tracks mostly hail from the early- to mid-'70s era of his career and are a good representation of his talents. Two of the previously unreleased songs were also recorded then in 1976 and deal, respectively, with the Native American in today's society "Red Brother Red Sister" and Cockburn's conversion to Christianity "Dweller by a Dark Stream". The other two new songs are the searing "Loner" a different version than the one released on Inner City Front and "The Coldest...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Rob Caldwell
Originally released only in Canada, this compilation was also an attractive buy for those who had all Cockburn's releases, as four previously unavailable songs were also included. The previously released older tracks mostly hail from the early- to mid-'70s era of his career and are a good representation of his talents. Two of the previously unreleased songs were also recorded then in 1976 and deal, respectively, with the Native American in today's society "Red Brother Red Sister" and Cockburn's conversion to Christianity "Dweller by a Dark Stream". The other two new songs are the searing "Loner" a different version than the one released on Inner City Front and "The Coldest Night of the Year," a relatively bouncy song about loneliness.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/7/2009
  • Label: True North
  • UPC: 620638004524
  • Catalog Number: 45
  • Sales rank: 157,060

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bruce Cockburn Primary Artist, Banjo, Guitar, Piano, Vocals, Background Vocals, Bells
Tommy Graham Background Vocals, Tamboura, Tambura
Patrick Godfrey Keyboards
Hugh Marsh Violin
Ronney Abramson Background Vocals
Jorn Andersen Drums
Bob Boucher Bass
Dido Percussion
Bob Disalle Drums
Michel Donato Bass
Jon Goldsmith Keyboards
Gene Martynec Synthesizer, Guitar
Kathryn Moses Flute, Saxophone, Background Vocals
Marty Nagler Background Vocals
Dennis Pendrith Bass
John Savage Percussion, Drums
Bill Seddon Percussion
Brently Titcomb Background Vocals
Bill Usher Percussion
John T. Davis Organ
Fred Stone Flugelhorn
Beverley Glenn-Copeland Background Vocals
Jorn Anderson Drums
Patricia Cullen Synthesizer
John T. Davis Organ
Shingoose Background Vocals
Technical Credits
Bruce Cockburn Composer
Ken Friesen Engineer
Gary Gray Engineer
Gene Martynec Producer, Audio Production
Bill Seddon Engineer
George Graves Mastering
Bart Schoales Artwork, Concept
Peter J. Moore Remastering
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