Category: Psychedelic Rock

Making Contact - Bruce Cockburn - Stealing Fire (CD, Album)

02.10.2012 / / Psychedelic Rock

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  1. Making contact So many ways to understand One for every woman and man Been that way since the world began I hear the drumming of the surf and I have to dance Stepping to the rhythm of circumstance Making contact I feel so huge, I feel so small I feel so good I want to swallow it all Making contact Making contact Swimming in an ocean of.
  2. Nov 10,  · "Lovers In A Dangerous Time" was the opening track from Bruce Cockburn's 14th studio album, Stealing Fire, which was released in the fall of Making Contact - Bruce Cockburn () FLAC.
  3. I purchased "Stealing Fire" about 33 years ago when it first came out and I loved it! Bruce Cockburn is a gifted guitarist and a talented poet with a prophetic twist. In "Stealing Fire," he speaks to the frustrations, suffering and triumphs of the people of Nicaragua as well as celebrating the joy of just being human/5(64).
  4. Stealing Fire is full of many of Cockburn’s most powerful political songs, yet it boasts some of his most romantic numbers as well. From “Lovers in a Dangerous Time” to “Making Contact” whether issuing calls to action or cries for help. Bruce Cockburn’s poetry demands affection.
  5. Stealing Fire Album by Bruce Cockburn. Lovers in a Dangerous Time Maybe the Poet Sahara Gold Making Contact Peggy's Kitchen Wall To Raise the Morning Star Nicaragua If I Had a Rocket Launcher Dust and Diesel Yanqui Go Home Call It the Sundance Personnel Bruce Cockburn - Guitars, Vocals Fergus Marsh - Bass, Stick Miche Pouliot - Drums Jon Goldsmith .
  6. Stealing Fire is an album by Bruce Cockburn released in It featured the hit singles "If I Had a Rocket Launcher", an angry political commentary on refugees under fire, and "Lovers in a Dangerous Time".
  7. After visiting Central America, Bruce Cockburn recorded Stealing Fire, part of which passionately and eloquently details what he'd seen while in Nicaragua and cardenistingloustaseresfitojocu.coinfo the opening track, the terse rocker "Lovers in a Dangerous Time," Cockburn conveys both a sense of urgency and uncertainty. There's a brief calm as the second half begins, before a triad of 9/
  8. Making Contact is a celebration of simple human interaction. This record is the intersection of creative music and powerful emotions. By Riff (St. Louis, MO, USA).

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