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#1: Album Review - Bruce Cockburn - Life Short Call Now

Posted on 2006-07-10 14:10:38 by John Metzger

Album Review - Bruce Cockburn - Life Short Call Now

Bruce Cockburn's Breakfast in New Orleans, Dinner in Timbuktu and You've
Never Seen Everything weren't concept albums, per se, but each contained
its own distinctive musical and lyrical flavors that effectively bound
together its contents. Unfortunately, this sort of cohesiveness is
precisely what is missing from his latest studio effort Life Short Call
Now. Of the 12 compositions that are featured on the affair, three are
instrumentals, and their placement essentially separates the outing into
a series of mini-suites. Its opening and closing segments, for example,
ruminate upon love both personal (the title track, Different When It
Comes to You) and celestial (Mystery, To Fit in My Heart), while the
middle portion takes direct aim at the neo-con war machine.

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