You've Never Seen Everything

You've Never Seen Everything

by Bruce Cockburn
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You've Never Seen Everything 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
“You’ve Never Seen Everything” is Bruce Cockburn’s first new studio collection since 1999 and the good news is that Canada’s most celebrated singer-songwriter’s new CD was worth the wait. The world has changed a good deal since the release of “Breakfast In New Orleans Dinner In Timbuktu,” and the darkness of the post 9/11-era serves as a musical and lyrical undercurrent across the disc. Whether showcasing his anger over injustice or sadness over well-chronicled world events, Cockburn surrounds himself with the right mix of musical players and arrangements to bring infinite richness to the songs. Cockburn’s 12-song collection richly fuses folk, rock, jazz, spoken word and world music with timely political-themed tales (“Trickle Down”) and introspective tales of survival (“Tried and Tested,” “Put It In Your Heart,” “All Our Dark Tomorrows.”). While guests such as Sam Phillips, Emmylou Harris and Jackson Browne add artful vocal textures, it is Cockburn’s distinctive and emotive vocals, virtuoso skills on guitar and stunning song craft that ultimately guide the way.
Guest More than 1 year ago
“You’ve Never Seen Everything” is Bruce Cockburn’s first new studio collection since 1999 and the good news is that Canada’s most celebrated singer-songwriter’s new CD was worth the wait. The world has changed a good deal since the release of “Breakfast In New Orleans Dinner In Timbuktu,” and the darkness of the post 9/11-era serves as a musical and lyrical undercurrent across the disc. Whether showcasing his anger over injustice or sadness over well-chronicled world events, Cockburn surrounds himself with the right mix of musical players and arrangements to bring infinite richness to the songs. Cockburn’s 12-song collection richly fuses folk, rock, jazz, spoken word and world music with timely political-themed tales (“Trickle Down”) and introspective tales of survival (“Tried and Tested,” “Put It In Your Heart,” “All Our Dark Tomorrows.”). While guests such as Sam Phillips, Emmylou Harris and Jackson Browne add artful vocal textures, it is Cockburn’s distinctive and emotive vocals, virtuoso skills on guitar and stunning song craft that ultimately guide the way.
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