Bruce Cockburn - Bruce Cockburn [Indie Exclusive] [Colored Vinyl] [180 Gram] [Indie Exclusive] | RECORD STORE DAY

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DISC: 1

1. Going to the Country
2. Thoughts on a Rainy Afternoon
3. Together Alone
4. The Bicycle Trip
5. The Thirteenth Mountain
6. Musical Friends
7. Change Your Mind
8. Man of a Thousand Faces
9. Spring Song
10. Keep It Open

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Bruce Cockburn's self-titled debut recording never been remastered for vinyl before 2020's 50th Anniversary box set. As soon as those limited-edition copies sold-out, fans began clamouring for this: Cockburn's debut album. For fans this is the perfect genesis of a globally acclaimed guitarist and songwriter. A blend of youthful enthusiasm and innocence that never quite resurfaced again in his work, especially as he developed his jazz-folk fusion and became known for both immense skill on the guitar and his activism in support of social causes. Fans know this album as Bruce Cockburn's happy-go-lucky years, before the weight of his success encouraged him to use his songwriting for a purpose, never again having this much whimsy in the studio. The opening number, "Going to the Country," evokes the era's hippie back-to-the-earth movement, and as all good things come back around again, is just as fresh in today's enviro-movements. His hit song "Musical Friends" remains a fan favorite to this day.