by Bruce Cockburn
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Product Details

Release Date: 07/12/2011
Label: True North
UPC: 0620638039021
catalogNumber: 390
Rank: 27494

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
Ken Friesen   Engineer
Colin Linden   Producer,Engineer
Joe Schiff   Engineer
Bill Seddon   Engineer
John Whynot   Engineer
Bruce Anthony   Producer
Euguene Martynec   Producer
Man Called Wrycraft   Art Direction,Layout
Pat McCarthy   Engineer

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Speechless 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
glauver More than 1 year ago
THis is a fine instrumental set that shows off Cockburn's guitar skills. His acoustic playing is as good as Leo Kottke and certainly better than Clapton unplugged. I think it works best as background music while I work on the computer. I miss Bruce's electric guitat and his vocals. For those who want more acoustic Cockburn, check out his 2009 Slice o' Life 2 CD live release.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As other reviewers on this site have noted, Cockburn falls victim to the limits of exposure he receives by region. Sadly, many markets miss out on the comprehensive portfolio of quality compositions that Bruce has recorded over a long career. Without question, this first compilation of instrumentals is both creative and, simply, beautiful. By having this CD and the excellent (if you can now find it) 2-CD anthology package that was launched some time ago, you would discover a repertoire that most radio stations will never offer you.