Partially inspired by Joan Didion's book The Years of Magical Thinking Hope - the belief that loved ones will never die Yes Part of the lyrics Goodbye to the highway, goodbye to the sky, I'm headed out, goodbye, goodbye are from an unfinished song by Townes Van Zandt. Yes A Bob Dylan cover from the Black Eyed Man tour days. Yes Written by Vic Chestnutt No Written by Vic Chestnutt, West of Rome was worked on during the Lay It Down sessions but a final version was never released at that point. No Written during Lay It Down, re-recorded and first released on Rarities. When I sing it, it makes me feel so sad but at the end relieved - the way you feel after a good cry. Available for download starting July 8, 2009 at Latent Recordings Yes Written by Greg Clarke and Brodie Lodge of The Corndogs, available for download starting April 17, 2007 exclusively at Latent Recordings No Written and recorded during Pale Sun, Crescent Moon, lyrics from Margo and music from Michael.
If you have forgotten your registration e-mail, of if you have lost access to it please contact us by e-mail, ticket system or online chat and provide us the following information: e-mail, full name, address, last purchases information so we can restore your account information. Yes First performed live November 19, 2009 in Montreal, Quebec Yes Lo No Yes Written by David Wiffen, the Junkies version was inspired by the Tom Rush cover. No Chain of Flowers Northern Pikes Backup vocals No Coming Home of the Son and Brother, The J. Angel of Montgomery John Prine Live Only - Never Released Performed live July 30, 1993 in Toronto at a John Prine Show at Ontario Place. Yes Released as part of a Beatles 40th Anniversary Tribute to Rubber Soul No S Written by Vic Chestnutt No These are two slightly different studio versions of the song, written during Miles From Our Home, the Rarities version was recorded at Maiden's Mill. Their sound, again using the ambisonic microphone, and their mix of blues, country, folk, rock and jazz earned them both critical attention and a cult following. No Please send corrections and additions to Last update: July 23, 2018 Return to.
There are indications that this is a follow up song from Murder, Tonight, In The Trailer Park. Yes First available Feb 9, 2011 only on Latent Recordings as a stream. When you see credits as 'Margo and Michael Timmins' as in this song, it generally means Margo's lyrics and Mike's music. I can't even write about these types of things without feeling like I've sinned. This song evolved into Three Wishes Yes Many of the lyrics are the same as Three Girls A Smil to my Eyes but the song was changed a bit and became Three Wishes.
Yes Written by Townes Van Zandt during the time before Black Eyed Man when Townes' was opening for the Junkies shows. Yes Dog On a Chain Stephen Fearing Harmony vocals. Originally released as a bonus song on U. The group was formed in Toronto in 1985 by Margo Timmins vocalist , Michael Timmins songwriter, guitarist , Peter Timmins drummer and Alan Anton bassist. The Los Angeles Times named the recording as one of the ten best albums of 1988. A cover of the classic U2 song.
Yes A cover of a traditional song, performed live by the band first in 1985. They recorded a version for Whites Off Earth Now! Yes Yes This is the only song from Trinity not recorded on November 27, 1987. . No We Are The Selfish Ones is a paraphrase of a Henry Wadsworth Longfellow quote. Written by Vic Chestnutt Yes Written by Lou Reed, the Cowboy Junkies based their version on the Velvet Underground's live version which appeared on the album 1969. Yes Featuring vocals by John Prine this has rarely been performed, but the band has done the song in concert with Margo doing all the vocals herself. It explains how I feel at this point in my life.
Yes The River Song Trilogy was originally written for Lay It Down but the songs were ultimately released on 3 separate albums. Yes A Robert Johnson song Yes A Draft first available Feb 9, 2011 only on Latent Recordings as a stream. If you have forgotten your password for MelodySale then you can request a new one here. The opening lyrics are the same as You Can Be Loved Too Much. Inspired by the book Continential Drift by Russell Banks. The opening lyrics appeared in 'The Last Drop' so perhaps this song won't be heard from again.
W In Concert Only - Never Released Written by Townes Van Zandt Yes Yes The Rarities version is different than that of the soundtrack, both versions recorded in 1994. Their 1986 debut album, produced by Canadian producer Peter Moore, was the blues-inspired Whites Off Earth Now! Yes A Neil Young cover, first performed live Jun 10, 2009 at Massey Hall. The most expensive track that we never released. Written and recorded for One Soul Now, released early September 2007 on Latent. Featuring Alan Anton on keyboards. The first part of the trilogy is about the river's beauty and it goes downhill from there to part three where they're dragging the river for bodies. The group's fame spread with their second album, The Trinity Session, recorded in 1987 at Toronto's Church of the Holy Trinity.
This song was 'forgotten' and Margo Timmins returned to Trinity several days later to record it. Mike: We started working on a version of this song during the Pale Sun, Crescent Moon sessions. Jimmie Dale Gilmour did a version in the studio before John Prine, but the band decided his voice just didn't work with Margo's. Unlikely Unlikely Written, recorded and mixed at Maiden's Mill during the Miles From Our Home sessions. Country: Canada Genre:Americana, alt-country, country rock, folk rock, blues rock, psychedelic rock, Indie rock Quality: 320 kbps Album List: Compilation Albums 1999 Cowboy Junkies - Rarities, B-Sides and Slow, Sad Waltzes 2001 Cowboy Junkies - Best Of Cowboy Junkies 2003 Cowboy Junkies - Platinum Gold Collection Live Albums 1995 Cowboy Junkies - 200 More Miles, Live Performances 1985—1994 2000 Cowboy Junkies - Waltz Across America 2002 Cowboy Junkies - Open Road 2003 Cowboy Junkies - In the Time Before Llamas 2009 Cowboy Junkies - Acoustic Junk limited edition Studio Albums 1986 Cowboy Junkies - Whites Off Earth Now! Margo sang during the live performances. First played live October 29, 2011 in Toronto Yes Written by Neil Young and performed live on June 2, 2005 early show. It was played live infrequently during the early days and was performed live in St.
First performed live Nov 11, 2006 on the Junkies Train in Ontario. A confirmation message has been sent to your email address. No First performed live on Feb 1, 2006 at Carnegie Hall at a Joni Mitchell Tribute Show, this song appeared on Joni's classic 1971 album Blue. Yes Hello In There John Prine Live Only - Never Released Performed live July 30, 1993 in Toronto at a John Prine Show at Ontario Place. The Junkies first performed publicly at the Beverley Tavern and other clubs in Toronto's Queen Street West, including The Rivoli. Yes Over The Waterfall Robert Earl Keen Background Vocals, performed live Jan 16, 1997 for Austin City Limits, perhaps other times but unknown Yes Pepe Hush Leo Kottke Vocals during the chorus No Prairie Town Randy Bachman Background vocals, the song also features Neil Young. No Something Is Expected Theresa Sokyrka Michael Timmins plays electric guitar and produced several tracks.
In order to start using our services you need to refill your account balance. Released on Latent in early September 2007 with Michael's vocals, written and recorded for One Soul Now. F First played live April 25, 2008 in Sparks, Nevada Yes Yes Played live first back in 1990, recorded during Black Eyed Man. No Yes First played live October 29, 2011 in Toronto Yes Yes The original was written and recorded during Black Eyed Man, the song was re-recorded for Rarities. Yes This song was not on the original vinyl Latent version of The Trinity Session. Yes If I Needed You In Concert Only - Never Released Written by Townes Van Zandt. Yes The single remix features Bruce Hornsby on Piano.