Anything Anytime Anywhere

Bruce Cockburn - Anything Anytime Anywhere - 2002
Anything Anytime Anywhere – 2002

RELEASE DATE: January 15, 2002
PURCHASE: iTunes | True North

The Singles 1979-2002
Songs are linked to original album for lyrics

Past the derelict mattress
and the overgrown pavement
over the tracks
and through the hole in the fence
Past graffiti-bright buildings
and the junkyard alarm bell
and the screaming police cars
and it’s all present tense

It’s my beat
In my new town

Past the drunk woman reeling
with her bag of provisions
Down through the tunnel
with the stink-fuming bus
On to the bike path
where it’s something like freedom
and the wind in my earring whispers
Trust what you must

It’s my beat
In my new town

Ancient and always
The wheel’s ever whirling
Today I’m riding
Tomorrow I walk
Step through forever
into this very moment
The heart is pumping
and the heart rocks

It’s my beat
In my new town

July 18, 2001 – Montreal, Canada

Musicians:
Background vocals: Patty Griffin

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2. Wondering Where The Lions Are (3:42)
3. Tokyo (3:28)
4. The Coldest Night Of The Year (remix) (4:24)
5. The Trouble With Normal (3:35)
6. Lovers In A Dangerous Time (4:06)
7. If I Had A Rocket Launcher (4:57)
8. Call It Democracy (3:51)
9. Waiting For A Miracle (remix)(4:50)
10. If a Tree Falls (5:42)
11. A Dream Like Mine (4:55)
12. Listen for the Laugh (4:05)
13. Night Train (6:11)
14. Pacing The Cage (4:37)
15. Last Night of the World (4:50)

Tomorrow may come, it usually does
Don’t know what it will bring to the two of us
I just want you to know
What I’m ready to do

Anything, anytime, anywhere
For you

When I’m holding you tight, you give me the power
To burn like a torch in the darkest hour
Tell me what you need
I will surely come through

Anything, anytime, anywhere
For you

Passion runs deep, it’s scary sometimes
When it’s larger than life or your peace of mind
It’s got me all the same
And I’m not sorry that’s true

Anything, anytime, anywhere
For you

Anything, anytime, anywhere
For you

Anything, anytime, anywhere
For you

January 3, 1992 – Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada
(released 15 January 2002)

Musicians:
guitar: Bruce Cockburn
bass: Steve Lucas
drums: Ben Riley
violin: Hugh Marsh
electric mandolin: Colin Linden
background vocals: The Fairfield Four, Isaac Freeman, Wilson Waters, Joe Rice, Robert Hamblett
Arranger: Mark Prentice



Includes two new tracks ‘My Beat’ & ‘Anything Anytime Anywhere’ – 74 minutes of Bruce’s most popular radio hits, all 24 bit remastered and with 2 new remixes.

Album Info:

Production notes:
Released worldwide on 15 January 2002
Compilation produced by Bruce Cockburn and Colin Linden
Remix producers: Bruce Cockburn and Colin Linden
Remix engineer: John Whynot
Assitant engineer: King Williams
Waiting For A Miracle remixed at Universal Studios, Nashville, August 2001
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound, New York City
Art direction, design and layout by A Man Called Wrycraft, Toronto, Canada.
Photography by Kevin Kelly

Direction:
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Suite 501
Toronto, Ontaria, Canada, m5v 1w5
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Song credits:
All songs written by Bruce Cockburn ©Golden Mountain Music Corp. (SOCAN)
My Beat –
Produced by Bruce Cockburn and Colin Linden.
Recorded by Hohn Whynot.
Mixed by Colin Linden at Universal Studios, Nashville, September 2001.
Assisted by Chuck Linder.
Recorded at Reaction Studios, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, August 2001.
Background vocals: Patty Griffin.

Anything Anytime Anywhere –
Produced by Bruce Cockburn and Colin Linden.
Recorded and mixed by: John Whynot at Universal Studios, Nashville, September, 2001.
Assisted by: King Williams and Jeff Elliot.
Recorded at Reaction Studios, Toronto August, 2001.
Written: Halton Hills, 1/3/92.
guitar: Bruce Cockburn
bass: Steve Lucas
drums: Ben Riley
violin: Hugh Marsh
electric mandolin: Colin Linden
background vocals: The Fairfield Four, Isaac Freeman, Wilson Waters, Joe Rice, Robert Hamblett.
Arranger: Mark Prentice.