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Night Vision

Bruce Cockburn

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Bruce Cockburn's acoustic folk stylings get a boost from an occasional backing band that stays true to the rustic charm of his early music. His fourth album sparks up his looser side with the playful "The Blues Got World . . ." and the nocturnal blues of "Mama Just Wants To Barrelhouse All Night Long," where Cockburn clinks along the bar like a clean-cut Tom Waits. "You Don't Have To Play the Horses" uses a banjo to fuel the Middle Eastern drone that lies under the blues. The seven-plus minutes of "Islands in a Black Sky" feature more of Cockburn's frighteningly good guitar picking that evokes an ominous wilderness and a blast of warmth amid the cold Canadian winter nights. "Clocks Don't Bring Tomorrow—Knives Don't Bring Good News" settles into a muscular but soft rock gait. Cockburn's versatility lets him slip between genres and would eventually lead him to radically alter his music. However, fans of his acoustic-based music should seek out any of his early- to mid-'70s albums, as they're all of consistent quality. 

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Biography

Born: May 27, 1945 in Pembroke, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Immensely popular in his native Canada, singer/songwriter Bruce Cockburn has found only cult success south of the border, in spite of a rich, varied body of work and considerable critical nods. He has won numerous Juno Awards and has kept the quality control on most of his albums at a high level. Cockburn's first decade of work (1970-1979) is largely literate, singer/songwriter folk-rock, often with a strong Christian tone and mystical, devotional lyrics. In 1979, Cockburn had his only major U.S....
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