Cowboy Junkies?

Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by Stanley Edwards, Feb 20, 2013.

  1. Stanley Edwards

    Stanley Edwards 1967 Maserati Mistral. R.I.P.

  2. Belushi

    Belushi 01 811 8055 R.I.P.

    Me too, thanks stan - might listen to some now before I go to bed.
     
  3. DotCommunist

    DotCommunist slowtime

    love the version of Sweet Jane- like a proper cover it does something totally different with the source and not just do a note-for-note retread
     
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  4. ViolentPanda

    ViolentPanda Hardly getting over it.

    ^^^This. Their cover of Neil Young's "Powderfinger" is great too. Makes what's already an emotional song poignant too.
     
  5. Voley

    Voley Ramoner



    This is my favourite song of theirs.
     
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  6. editor

    editor hiraethified

  7. Dr. Furface

    Dr. Furface One small step for man

    For reasons I won't bore you with, The Trinity Session is one of my most significant, special records ever. God knows how many times I drank myself to sleep listening to it back when it came out, and later too. It still sounds amazing to me, unique even. I've liked some of their other stuff, but that record has a haunting atmosphere which they've never matched since. And neither has anyone else I've heard either.
     
  8. editor

    editor hiraethified

    This is a great review of Caution Horses.

    Popdose Flashback ’90: Cowboy Junkies, “The Caution Horses”
     
  9. Stanley Edwards

    Stanley Edwards 1967 Maserati Mistral. R.I.P.

    Nice Sunday evening with my new headphones. One of those timeless bands who always eventually surface to the top of the pile.

    I really enjoy Miles from Our Home despite the over-polish.
     
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  10. Stanley Edwards

    Stanley Edwards 1967 Maserati Mistral. R.I.P.

    A raised chocolate milk to Belushi also. Urban 75 memories last.

     
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  11. Stanley Edwards

    Stanley Edwards 1967 Maserati Mistral. R.I.P.



    Very few bands can honestly be described as unique.
     
  12. Saunders

    Saunders Member

    A thread I read reminded me to say...

    I was sorry to see that Stanley Edwards died. I’ve been looking on here for a while and really liked his posts (although probably never ‘Liked’ them... must like more and lurk less ...)

    This Townes Van Zandt song,



    which I discovered via Cowboy Junkies, crops up on my playlist from time to time.



    Stanley Edwards, whoever you were, and wherever you are, Hope the road is rising up to meet you.
     
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