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|1. Creation Dream|
|2. Hills of Morning|
|3. Badlands Flashback|
|4. Northern Lights|
|5. After the Rain|
|6. Wondering Where the Lions Are|
|7. Incandescent Blue|
|8. No Footprints|
|9. Dawn Music (Bonus Track)|
|10. Bye Bye Idi (Bonus Track)|
Cockburn's work from other eras is compelling and from time to time even inspired.
Bruce Cockburn has an amazing catalog of songs and albums, but I think without any doubt, most fans would call "Dancing in the Dragon's Jaw" his best work.
It is wonderful in every way; from it's joyful, poetic, never heavy-handed lyrics to superb musicianship.
Love it........all of it.........every bit of it.......always have since my first listen. He is a supernatural mystic. Take me there Bruce.Published 24 months ago by J. W. Dougherty
This is about as close as you can get to a pefect set of songs. I owned this on record and purchased the CD once available. Read morePublished on March 17, 2011 by Todd D. Alt
I ENTHUSIASTICALLY AGREE THAT THIS IS COCKBURN'S PINNACLE MOMENT, AT LEAST FOR ME.
IN MY LONG LIFE OF PLAYING MY MUSIC FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS, I HAVE ADOPTED SEVERAL... Read more
This beautiful and moving album contains evocative lyrics and an instrumental mix that includes guitar, chimes, dulcimer, synths, marimba, piano, bass and drums. Read morePublished on December 2, 2006 by Pieter Uys
I know Bruce, even in the 70's, has always tried to distance himself from the Comtemporary Christian Music scene - and I can understand why. Read morePublished on October 17, 2005 by Bornintime