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Waiting for a Miracle

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Download links and information about Waiting for a Miracle by Bruce Cockburn. This album was released in 1987 and it belongs to Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 33 tracks with total duration of 02:08:52 minutes.

Artist: Bruce Cockburn
Release date: 1987
Genre: Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 33
Duration: 02:08:52
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Going to the Country 3:13
2. Musical Friends 2:57
3. One Day I Walk 3:08
4. It's Going Down Slow 3:32
5. Up On the Hillside 2:48
6. Feet Fall On the Road 2:40
7. Mama Just Wants to Barrelhouse All Night Long 6:27
8. All the Diamonds 2:41
9. Burn 4:09
10. Silver Wheels 4:41
11. I'm Gonna Fly Someday 4:02
12. Vagabondage 4:18
13. Free to Be 2:40
14. Laughter 3:40
15. Wondering Where the Lions Are 3:43
16. Tokyo 3:30
17. Fascist Architecture 4:05
18. The Trouble With Normal 3:18
19. Rumours of Glory 5:03
20. The Coldest Night of the Year 4:00
21. Wanna Go Walking 2:55
22. You Pay Your Money and You Take Your Chance 4:18
23. Tropic Moon 4:36
24. Candy Man's Gone 4:00
25. Lover's In a Dangerous Time 4:07
26. If I Had a Rocket Launcher 4:59
27. Making Contact 3:48
28. Peggy's Kitchen Wall 3:42
29. People See Through You 3:46
30. Call It Democracy 3:52
31. See How I Miss You 4:02
32. Stolen Land 5:24
33. Waiting for a Miracle 4:48

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Waiting for a Miracle, with two discs spanning 33 songs, is the third and by far most comprehensive of three Bruce Cockburn retrospectives released in a six-year period. Still, because it's centered around his Canadian singles, it lacks the sort of impact a best-of collection should have from someone such as Cockburn, who could never be mistaken for a "singles" artist. On the other hand, if you're looking for an overview of his career, Waiting for a Miracle, which also has a sprinkling of new songs and alternate takes to lure fans, isn't a bad place to start. The chronological order of the tracks makes it easy to see the progression of his career, from mystic folky, to outspoken, left-wing, worldbeat rocker. It also shows Cockburn's growth as both a writer and performer, although the choices included here from his early records are good ones. Waiting for a Miracle may not be a perfect representation of Cockburn's work, but until something better comes along, it will have to do.