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High Winds White Sky [Bonus Tracks]
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Album: High Winds White Sky [Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Happy Good Morning Blues More Info... 0:02
2)    Let Us Go Laughing More Info... 0:05
3)    Love Song More Info... 0:02
4)    One Day I Walk More Info... 0:03
5)    Golden Serpent Blues More Info... 0:03
6)    High Winds White Sky More Info... 0:03
7)    You Point to the Sky More Info... 0:03
8)    Life's Mistress More Info... 0:03
9)    Ting, the Cauldron More Info... 0:06
10)    Shining Mountain More Info... 0:05
11)    Totem Pole More Info... 0:03
12)    It's an Elephant World More Info... 0:02
 

Album: High Winds White Sky [Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Happy Good Morning Blues More Info... 0:02
2)    Let Us Go Laughing More Info... 0:05
3)    Love Song More Info... 0:02
4)    One Day I Walk More Info... 0:03
5)    Golden Serpent Blues More Info... 0:03
6)    High Winds White Sky More Info... 0:03
7)    You Point to the Sky More Info... 0:03
8)    Life's Mistress More Info... 0:03
9)    Ting, the Cauldron More Info... 0:06
10)    Shining Mountain More Info... 0:05
11)    Totem Pole More Info... 0:03
12)    It's an Elephant World More Info... 0:02
 
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  • Personnel: Bruce Cockburn (vocals, guitar, dulcimer); Eugene Martynec (guitar); Eric Nagler (banjo, mandolin); Michael Craydon, John Wyre (percussion).
  • Recorded at Thunder Sound Studios and Eastern Sound, Toronto, Canada.
  • Personnel: Bruce Cockburn (vocals, guitar, dulcimer); Gene Martynec (guitar); Eric Nagler (mandolin); Michael Craydon (marimba, tabla); John Wyre (cymbals, gong).
  • A remarkably fresh and timeless recording, Bruce Cockburn's second album concentrates far more on roots music than its predecessor. There's the ragtime blues of "Happy Good Morning Blues," the ambitious minor-key troubadour folk of "Love Song," and the slide guitar country of "One Day I Walk" to kick things off. And over the album's original ten songs it just becomes more ambitious. "Golden Serpent Blues," with its poignant and percussive piano lines, is something out of a Western Canadian barrelhouse where the piano player has heard and loved "Lady Madonna." Overall, however, this album -- like Sunwheel Dance that follows it -- presents a far more mystical Cockburn. His tenderness and poetic vision are almost pastoral on these early recordings, something that would get burned off and become hard-bitten (if no less romantic and more dramatic) as his music and social vision grew. ~ Thom Jurek
Professional Reviews
Dirty Linen (4/04, p.47) - "It's mostly one man, one guitar, but his picking is intricate and detailed."
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