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$35.00

Cockburn, Bruce - High Winds White Sky

Format: LP
Label: True North TN 003, Columbia 48738
Year: 1971
Origin: Ottawa, Ontario
Genre: folk, rock
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Value of Original Title: $35.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Album
Websites:  http://cockburnproject.net/albums/highwindswhitesky.html, http://truenorthrecords.com/album/250
Playlist: 1970's, Canadian Folk, Ontario

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Happy Good Morning Blues
Let Us Go Laughing
Love Song
One Day I Walk
Golden Serpent Blues

Side 2

Track Name
High Winds White Sky
You Point to the Sky
Life's Mistress
Ting the Cauldron
Shining Mountain

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Information/Write-up

“Images and references to rivers, birds, mountains, and especially, sunlight abound on 1971’s High Winds White Sky as they do on Cockburn’s previous self-titled debut album and the subsequent Sunwheel Dance. The three albums formed a powerful acoustic trilology that established Cockburn as one of Canada’s most important performers of introspective, literate songs.

High Winds White Sky remains a landmark recording as fresh and adventurous sounding as the day it was released.”

Album Info:

Production notes:
Recorded between November 1970 and April 1971 (Source: vinyl album notes)

Produced by Eugene Martynec

Musicians:
Bruce Cockburn-Lead Guitar, Dulcimer
Eugene Martynec-Second Guitar
Eric Nagler-Mandoline Banjo, Mandolin
Michael Craydon-Marimba, Tables, Tree Bell, Boobams, Pygmy Rhythm Log
John Wyre-Cymbals, Gongs, Salad Bowls

Recorded by Henry Saskowski at Thunder Sound Studios, Toronto, except “Happy Good Morning Blues” and “Shining Mountain”, Recorded and Mixed by Chris Skene at Eastern Sound, Toronto

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