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If you're just discovering his stuff, this is one of the best albums ever recorded in the history of music.
This is simpler music than most of his work, and mostly acoustic, but the melody and lyrics on the CD is typical Cockburn amazing, creative quality.
The highlight of the album for me is Southland of the Heart, which explores the longing for spiritual rest available in God.
While I would be in the minority, if I had to pick just one Cockburn CD this would be it. This is simpler music than most of his work, and mostly acoustic, but the melody and... Read morePublished 12 months ago by EZAS
I agree with previous reviewer "B. Kirkland" on Dart To The Heart by Cockburn. It's facile and competent. Read morePublished 14 months ago by John S. Hilliard
Great music from one of the most talented artists I have in my collection. His ability to tell stories impacting world issues are outstanding.Published 19 months ago by Kenneth J Chauvin
I do wish there was a little more nuance to this starring system.
Two of my all-time favorite songs are on this: Southland of the Heart is about one of the best aspects... Read more
I'm a big Cockburn fan. If you're just discovering his stuff, this is one of the best albums ever recorded in the history of music. Just sayin'.Published on October 6, 2012 by Amazon Customer
After way too long a time of not having listened to this recording, I did so just yesterday and I was again reminded of just how much I love this album... Read morePublished on November 21, 2010 by M. Fettig
This is another great album! All the songs are great, especially "Closer To The Light" about Bruce's (and mine) favorite songwriter, Mark Heard, who died of a heart attack in 1992.Published on April 6, 2008 by Philip D. Parshall
Where Bruce has in the past loaded his albums with incredible, nimble playing and dense lyrics, this album eases up and very pleasantly surprises. Read morePublished on March 1, 2008 by freereign