Bruce Cockburn is singer/songwriter Bruce Cockburn's debut album. The album was originally released in 1970 and is the first album to be released by True North Records. The album received a Canadian gold record award in 1995. For his debut, the artist favors sparse arrangements, consisting primarily of Cockburn on acoustic guitar (and occasional piano and dulcimer) with some support from Dennis Pendrith on bass.
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Listen to music from Bruce Cockburn like Wondering Where The Lions Are, If I Had a Rocket Launcher & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Bruce Cockburn. Bruce Cockburn (pronounced "CO-burn") (born May 27, 1945 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) has had a long and distinguished career, with much success in his native Canada. He has written songs in styles ranging from folk to jazz-influenced rock to rock and roll. Cockburn was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 2001. In 2012 he received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal (in Canada the award was to honour "significant contributions and achievements by Canadians").
Songs in album Bruce Cockburn - Bone On Bone (2017).
This song is by Bruce Cockburn and appears on the album You've Never Seen Everything (2003). I never live with balanceI always wake up nervousLight comes at me sidewaysI hold my breath forever.
Bruce Cockburn (disambiguation). Bruce Coburn or Cockburn may refer to: Bruce Cockburn, pronounced Coburn. Bruce Cockburn (album). Bruce Coburn, character in 40 Guns to Apache Pass. com/Bruce Cockburn (disambiguation). Bruce Cockburn is singer/songwriter Bruce Cockburn's debut album
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 711297555424
|PTN 164||Bruce Cockburn||Open (CD, Single, Promo)||True North||PTN 164||Canada||2003|
|P1 Roun 1266P||Bruce Cockburn||Open (CD, Single, Promo)||Rounder Records||P1 Roun 1266P||US||2003|