Format: CD – double
Label: True North
Rel. Date: 12/03/2021
The consummate collection curated by Bruce Cockburn himself, presents 30 songs over a double album that defines the acclaimed singer-songwriters’ 50 year career. These songs are both the ones that shot to the top of the charts when they were released, and also are the fan favourites most often requested at Bruce’s concerts. With over 125 minutes of music, and notes on each song by the artist.
1. Going to the Country (3:12)
2. Musical Friends* (2:57)
3. One Day I Walk (3:08)
4. Mama Just Wants to Barrelhouse All Night Long (6:26)
5. All the Diamonds (2:41)
6. Silver Wheels (4:42)
7. Wondering Where the Lions Are (3:44)
8. Tokyo (3:29)
9. Rumours of Glory 95:03)
10. The Coldest Night of the Year (4:26)
11. Wanna Go Walking (2:54)
12. The Trouble With Normal (3:37)
13. Lovers in a Dangerous Time (4:06)
14. If I Had a Rocket Launcher (4:59)
15. Call it Democracy (3:52)
16. People See Through You (3:46)
1. Waiting For A Miracle (4:50)
2. Stolen Land (5:42)
3. If A Tree Falls (5:42)
4. A Dream Like Mine (4:55)
5. Listen For The Laugh (4:06)
6. Night Train (6:14)
7. Pacing The Cage (4:38)
8. Last Night of the World (4:52)
9. Anything, Anytime, Anywhere (3:35)
10. Open (4:03)
11. Put It In Your Heart (4:03)
12. Different When It Comes To You (2:57)
13. Call Me Rose (3:16)
14. States I’m In (5:41)
Compilation produced by: Bernie Finkelstein, Bruce Cockburn and Colin Linden
Song Notes by Bruce Cockburn
Mastered by Greg Calbi and Steve Fallone at Sterling Sound, New Jersey.
All songs written by Bruce Cockburn except “Stolen Land” which is written by Bruce Cockburn and Hugh Marsh.
All songs published by Rotten Kiddies Music LLC (BMI). All Rights Administered by Round Hill Carlin LLC.
Except “Stolen Land” which is published by Rotten Kiddies Music LLC (BMI) All Rights Administered by Round Hill Carlin LLC and Hugh William Marsh
And “Going To The Country”, “Musical Friends” and “States I’m In” which are published by Holy Drone Corp. (SOCAN)
Art Direction, design and layout by A Man Called Wrycraft, Toronto
Cover Photograph by Resa Blobaum
Inner Sleeve Photograph by Graham Nash (shot at Mariposa Folk Festival 1970)
Inside Photography by Daniel Keebler, Kevin Kelly, Bart Schoales & George Pastic
Thanks go out to : Bernie Finkelstein, Geoff Kulawick, Eugene Martynec, Jonathan Goldsmith and Kerry Crawford, Colin Linden and all the humans whose presence fed these songs through inspiration, playing on the recordings and live, and just paying attention to them.
We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Dept of Canadian Heritage (Canada Music Fund) and Canada’s Private Radio Broadcasters.
Direction: The Finkelstein Management Company Ltd.