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Cockburn, Bruce - Sunwheel Dance

Format: LP
Label: True North TN 0007, Epic 31768
Year: 1972
Origin: Ottawa, Ontario
Genre: folk, rock
Value of Original Title: $25.00
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Release Type: Album
Playlist: 1970's, Canadian Folk, Ontario


Side 1

Track Name
My Lady and My Lord
Feet Fall on the Road
Sunwheel Dance
Up On the Hillside

Side 2

Track Name
Life Will Open
It's Going Down Slow
When the Sun Falls
He Came from the Mountain
Dialogue With the Devil (or "Why Don't We Celebrate")


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Cockburn, Bruce - Sunwheel Dance

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Sunwheel Dance


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Bruce Cockburn’s third album is an undeniably joyous affair. “It was a period when I was searching but very unaware of my own inner workings,” Cockburn later explained. “There was all this optimism, even though the songs themselves may have been in different directions. But the imagery of light was there _ a lot.”

Album Info:

The musicians are:
Trisha Cullen, accordian
Ian Guenther, violin
Carol Marshall, cello
Eugene Martynec, electric guitar (on “Feet Fall on the Road”), piano and electronics (on “Fall”)
Eric Nagler, jaw harp
Dennis Pendrith, bass
John Savage, drums
the chorus on “For the Birds” consisted of Michael Ferry, Anne and Mose Scarlett, Eric and Marty Nagler
Bruce Cockburn, acoustic guitar, dulcimer, mandolin, harmonica, bottleneck guitar, piano and electric guitar (on “It’s Going Down Slow”)

The album was recorded and mixed between mid-September and mid-December, 1971 at Thunder Sound in Toronto. The engineer was Bill Seddon.

The cover design and photography was done by Bart Schoales.
All songs written by B. Cockburn
© 1971 Golden Mountain Music Corp. (SOCAN) (BMI)
All Rights Reserved. Used by Permission.

Produced by Eugene Martynec for True North Productions.
Digitally Mastered by Vic Anesini, Sony Studios, NY


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