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Salt Sun And Time


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  • Audio CD (March 1 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: True North
  • ASIN: B000026I4O
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,494 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lake Simcoe on Aug. 28 2008
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You will not regret getting this. It is one of the best albums put out by a Canadian artist ever in my opinion. Although the sound is good on this version, it would be nice to see a deluxe one some day with with some unreleased material from this period.
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By Viner TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 30 2014
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Love to hear this great album again after many years. One of Bruce's earlier releases that still stands the test of time .
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By Moethius on Nov. 16 2014
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Another wonderful recording
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Bruce's Lost Masterpiece Oct. 17 2005
By Bornintime - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Salt, Sun and Time is a wonderful cd that the average Bruce Cockburn fan may be tempted to overlook. It is a soft and beautiful acoustic offering - mostly Bruce and his guitar. There are 3 instrumental songs and 6 other tracks with gentle music and exquisite lyrics. This is the flip side of the "If I Had A Rocket Launcher" and "Call It Democracy" Bruce. Most Bruce fans wouldn't think of this as one of their favorites, but I think it would manage to make its way into my favorite half dozen Bruce cd's.
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Salt, Sun and Time April 8 2000
By Bill Stewart - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you're into commercial or main stream music, this is probably not the album for you. Cockburn's genious at guitar and musical expression comes through clear and powerful. The pieces also express his love of nature and selfless, uncomplicated living. There is no business or ratings agenda here, just pure creativity. A timeless album that will remain one of my favourites.
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The earlier the better May 24 2008
By Dudley-Brian Smith - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Bruce Cockburn is an enigmatic artist with a lot to say and a unique perspective on the world around us. In his later releases, there is a tendency to experiment with styles that may leave some listeners behind and may even alienate long-time fans. But, here in his earlier releases are complete albums of melodious and thought-provoking songs delivered in simple, straightforward manners. Truly acoustic and with Cockburn's reassuring vocals, the early albums are testaments to the utterly absorbing quality of his music. These early releases are also filled with a peaceful approach and perspective that make a sit-down listen take on a re-energizing aspect, or can underscore a day's activities with calm. Cockburn's guitar work is tremendously exciting and this album includes one of his all-time best songs - All the Diamonds in the World.
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Salt, Sun and Time April 8 2000
By Bill Stewart - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If you're into commercial or main stream music, this is probably not the album for you. Cockburn's genious at guitar and musical expression comes through clear and powerful here. The pieces express his love of nature and selfless, uncomplicated living. There is no business or ratings agenda here, just pure creativity. A timeless album that will remain one of my favourites.
Introspective Acoustic Cockburn Dec 4 2013
By Arlee Bird - Published on Amazon.com
This Cockburn album from 1974 is of that period when he was at his most idyllic, innocent, and laid back. An unpretentious album, these nine lovely songs are mostly just Bruce and Eugene Martynec on guitars. The playing is masterful. The presentation is almost as though they were sitting in your living room playing for you.

The songs are quiet acoustic folk tunes with occasional jazzy touches. This is a gentle album great for early morning or late at night listening. Not a party album, but an introspective one with little in the way of political overtones, but primarily reflection on the individual and inner spirituality. If you're looking for some gentle peaceful listening with nice poetic lyrics, then this is a good album to turn to.


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