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Lovers in a Dangerous Time

Program #COCB001. Recorded in Aspen, CO on December 30, 2004.

Audio sample:
A dangerous time indeed. We are plagued by a surge of government and corporate corruption, human rights abuses, massive natural disasters, environmental destruction and seemingly endless war. In these dangerous times, how can we channel our anger, pain and confusion into something productive? How will we remain strong? Music and art have always fueled the fires of resistance and change. Great art can unite us with a common vision. It can also allow us to escape for a moment, take a break and just enjoy the world we live in, however harsh it may be.
Interviewed by David Barsamian. 

 

Speaker(s):

Bruce Cockburn

With over 25 albums to his credit, Bruce Cockburn is one of Canada's greatest singer/songwriters. His music and words have had a profound influence on generations. His political and environmental consciousness and his respect for human rights and world cultures make his music unique and inspiring. His latest CD is: Circles in the Stream

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