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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/12/2011
  • Label: True North
  • UPC: 620638039021
  • Catalog Number: 390
  • Sales rank: 87,598

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bruce Cockburn Primary Artist, Guitar, Bells, Navajo Flutes, Tibetan Bowls, Guitar (Baritone)
Edgar Meyer Bass
Gary Burton Vibes
Ben Riley Drums
Michael Blair Percussion
Ralph Forbes Percussion
Booker T. Jones Organ
George Koller Bass, Dilruba
Rick Lazar Percussion
Mark O'Connor Mandolin
Jack Zaza Clarinet
Technical Credits
Bruce Cockburn Composer, Producer
T Bone Burnett Producer
Greg Calbi Mastering
Ken Friesen Engineer
Colin Linden Producer, Engineer
Joe Schiff Engineer
Bill Seddon Engineer
John Whynot Engineer
Bruce Anthony Producer
Euguene Martynec Producer
A Man Called Wrycraft Art Direction, Layout
Pat McCarthy Engineer
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  • Posted March 22, 2012

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    Another Side of Cockburn

    If you liked Bruce Cockburn's recent Slice O' Life solo live CD, you will probably like this mostly acoustic instrumental collection. The next to last track, The End Of All Rivers, is stunning. Cockburn is one of the most underrated guitarists in the folk rock genre. If you prefer your Cockburn on the mellow side, I recommend the live set entitled Circles in The Stream.

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