That Cowboy Junkies are still making music this far down the line is to be applauded. That it ranks with the very best of their material deserves nothing less than an ovation. Classic Rock Magazine. With the release of their 16th album, All That Reckoning, the Toronto group craft something simple, passionate and visceral. 70. All That Reckoning is a smart, compelling set of songs from a group that hasn't run out of things to say or the ability to say them with eloquence.
Complete your Cowboy Junkies collection. All That Reckoning is an album of riveting beauty and shivery elegance with marked moments of muscular fury. This one is a keeper! Recommended. Reply Notify me Helpful. referencing All That Reckoning, LP, Album, LATEXLP55. Up to their usual high standards of performance and creativity.
It’s 30 years since Canada’s Cowboy Junkies created the template for alt-country on their second album, The Trinity Session, a hushed reimagining of rock and bluegrass standards and their own funereal songs. Much has changed in the intervening decades – they were dropped by Geffen in 1998 and haven’t recorded for a major label since – but the band’s faith in rootsy sounds is unwavering, as their first LP in six years illustrates.
All That Reckoning is an album by the Canadian alt-country band Cowboy Junkies, released in 2018. The album features eleven new songs to focus on "empty hearts, empty nests, lost paths, lost lives, and all the reckoning that brings about the end of things, and the beginnings of something else. songs are about reckoning on a personal level and reckoning on a social level," as stated by Michael Timmins.
Cowboy Junkies will end the six-year wait for a new album with the July 13 release of All That Reckoning - whose track "All That Reckoning Pt. 1" is premiering exclusively below. It's been the Toronto group's longest gap between albums so far, which guitarist and chief songwriter Michael Timmins says was not by design. We were just working on different projects and different things," Timmins tells Billboard
Renews automatically. Their music is always evolving it seems. It is amazing how their sound has changed so much in the 33 years they have been together.
It’s all here as relationships within the context of love are juxtaposed against the result of hate and anger aimed at those we’ve never met, while nation states go through a form of deep, existential analysis and examination. And through it all is Cowboy Junkies’ trademark sound of stark and often fragile roots music that’s frequently bolstered through a prism of discordant.
The Cowboy Junkies are an alternative country and folk rock band formed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in 1985. The group was formed in 1985 by Alan Anton (bassist), Michael Timmins (songwriter, guitarist), Peter Timmins (drummer) and Margo Timmins (vocalist). The three Timminses are siblings, and Anton worked with Michael Timmins during their first couple of bands. John Timmins was initially a member of the band but left the group before the recording of their first album.
|1||All That Reckoning (Part 1)|
|2||When We Arrive|
|3||The Things We Do To Each Other|
|5||Sing Me A Song|
|9||Nose Before Ear|
|10||All That Reckoning (Part 2)|
- Recorded At – The Hangar, Toronto, ON
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- Copyright (c) – Latent Recordings
- Licensed To – Proper Music Publishing Limited
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- Label Code: LC 23498
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