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Bruce Cockburn — Bright Sky
Album: Further Adventures Of Planet Earth
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Released: 1978
Length: 3:57
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Geese come rushing on a river of wind
In the bright sky, bright sky

Wild music ripples like a wake behind
In the bright sky, bright sky

Go higher, go higher where the wind is all
In the bright sky, bright sky

Where the bullets get tired and fall
In the bright sky, bright sky

They fly out of vision taking part of my soul
In the bright sky, bright sky

Well, maybe together we can touch down whole
In the bright sky, bright sky

I never saw the colours in the northern dark
In the bright sky, bright sky

But there were all those people floating like Noah's Ark
In the bright sky, bright sky

And we all rush away on a river of wind
In the bright sky, bright sky

But if i live i'll be coming back again
In the bright sky, bright sky
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 (anonymous) wrote:


I like it...  that is some great guitar work...


 
Un-huh. Learn more here:  Oops, sorry!  Link implant didn't work. But you can look it up on YouTube for yourself.  Search for  'Guitar Lesson:  Bruce Coburn'.
 exjunkie wrote:
meydele wrote:
Best Bruce Cockburn cd? Any suggestions?
"Stealing Fire"

 


woah, that  intro cleaned out a whole load of crap. 
 Pyro wrote:

His newest release "Speechless" is all instrumentals.  He is an awesome picker!
 
In. Deed.
I like the guitar part best. 
 huebdoo wrote:
He has a "best of" which has alot of stealing fire plus his earlier stuff ... He is probably one of the best finger pickers around... I remember seeing him at the Stein River Frestival years ago ... I remember being in absolute awe Him and a 12 string... simply amazing
 
His newest release "Speechless" is all instrumentals.  He is an awesome picker!

...great visual in instrumentation and word of the 2nd coming!...
exjunkie wrote:
"Stealing Fire"
Yeah, if you can only get one. That one is filled with great songs.
meydele wrote:
Best Bruce Cockburn cd? Any suggestions?
He has a "best of" which has alot of stealing fire plus his earlier stuff ... He is probably one of the best finger pickers around... I remember seeing him at the Stein River Frestival years ago ... I remember being in absolute awe Him and a 12 string... simply amazing
remove the chorus.let him sing alone.
exjunkie wrote:
"Stealing Fire"
Agreed. A great CD, though in some ways a bit dated. I also really like "Breakfast in New Orleans Dinner in Timbuktu."
Bleyfusz wrote:
Jeeze, I'm groing old: just heard Bruce Coburn and thought it was Joan Armatrading.
....and my subconscious, knowing the correct pronounciation of the surname, changed Cockburn into Coburn.
meydele wrote:
Best Bruce Cockburn cd? Any suggestions?
"Stealing Fire"
Nice. Saw Cockburn solo (for the second time) in a small theater in Wyoming a couple of months ago. I'll say it again--the guy's an awesome picker and puts on a great show. Don't miss a chance to see him.
Jeeze, I'm growing old: just heard Bruce Coburn and thought it was Joan Armatrading.

Perfect beautiful segue....
Great guitar picking here
Best Bruce Cockburn cd? Any suggestions?