Music video by Cowboy Junkies performing Miles From Our Home. C) 1998 Geffen Records. Miles From Our Home (Album Version). UMG (от лица компании "Geffen"); BMI - Broadcast Music In. CMRRA, UMPG Publishing, ARESA, ASCAP" и другие авторские общества (7). Ещё. Свернуть.
Subtitled, "Live Performances 1985-1994" (though the earliest track comes from Halloween 1986), 200 More Miles, which concluded the Cowboy Junkies' contract with RCA, was a 17-track compilation of concert recordings.
Chemical Sound, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Maiden's Mill, Warkworth, Ontario, Canada. McClear-Pathe Studios, Toronto, Canada.
From booklet:"Recorded between January 1997 & January 1998 at McClear/Pathé Studios, Toronto; Maiden's Mill, Warkworth, Ontario; Chemical Sound, Toronto; Studio 306, Toronto & Abbey Road Studios, London. Mixed at Image Recording Studios, Los Angeles & Abbey Road Studios, London". Sequenced at The E Room, Toronto.
Open is an album by the Canadian band Cowboy Junkies, released in 2001. It was the band's third independent release after the end of their contract with Geffen Records, and the first of those to feature new material. The album was released on Latent Recordings in Canada, and on Zoë Records internationally. While the Cowboy Junkies were touring to support their live album Waltz Across America, they began working on new material for what would become Open.
Tracklist: 1. Blue Moon Revisited (A Song For Elvis), 2. 200 More Miles, 3. Me And The Devil, 4. State Trooper, 5. Sun Comes Up, It’s Tuesday Morning, 6. Oregon Hill, 7. Where Are You Tonight, 8. Spoken Intro, 9. ‘Cause Cheap Is How I Feel, 10. Floorboard Blues, 11. Murder, Tonight, In The Trailer Park, 12. Sweet Jane, 13. If You Were The Woman And I Was The Man, 14. Pale Sun, 15. Hunted, 16. Lost My Driving Wheel, 17. Forgive Me, 18. Misguided Angel, 19. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry, 20. Walking After Midnight, 21. Bad Bo. .
In late October we will be releasing a four cd box set called Notes Falling Slow.
Cowboy Junkies' breakthrough album, The Trinity Session, was recorded 27 years ago today. It was on Nov. 27, 1987, that the band walked into Church of the Holy Trinity in Toronto and, as Margo Timmins put it, "my entire life changed. The album opens with a decisive, assertive chord signifying that the songs on Pale Sun, Crescent Moon are going to bite and kick just a little bit harder than one might be used to. Also, some of Michael's moodiest writing is on display in this collection, best illustrated by his defiant questioning on "Hunted," a song that has only become more menacing with each live performance over the years.
Band Name Cowboy Junkies. Album Name Miles from Our Home. Data de lançamento 30 Junho 1998. Other productions from Cowboy Junkies. Early 21st Century Blues.
Working with producer John Leckie on Miles from Our Home has enlivened the Cowboy Junkies' trademark lackadaisical style somewhat. Replacing the group's calm, minimalist sound with a polished production, Leckie manages to make the record sound unlike anything else in the band's catalog. That's not to say that there's no trace of the old style - he has simply updated their sound, bringing it in line with adult alternative pop that they played a part in establishing in the late '80s
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Performer: Cowboy Junkies
Title: Songs From Maiden's Mill
Date of release: 1998
Size MP3: 1529 mb
Size FLAC: 1325 mb
Rating: 4.4 / 5
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