Bone On Bone (Import)
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First Studio Album In Seven Years, his 33rd album, arrives with 11 new songs and there's a prevalent urgency and anxious tone to much of the album, which Cockburn attributes to living in America during the Trump era.
But, more than anything, Bone on Bone amounts to the deepest expression of Cockburn's spiritual concerns to date.
"Forty Years in the Wilderness" is one of several songs that feature a number of singers from the church Cockburn frequents. Other guests on the album include singer-songwriters Ruby Amanfu, Mary Gauthier, and Brandon Robert Young, along with bassist Roberto Occhipinti.
Produced by Colin Linden, Cockburn's longtime collaborator, the album is built around the musicianship of Cockburn on guitar and the core accompaniment of bassist John Dymond and drummer Gary Craig.
Also very much part of the sound is the accordion playing of Cockburn's nephew John Aaron Cockburn and the solos of noted fluegelhorn player Ron Miles. More than forty years after embarking on his singer-songwriting career, Cockburn keeps kicking at the darkness so that it might bleed daylight
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Music Genre Primary||Pop & Rock|
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