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Renmin Park


Download links and information about Renmin Park by Cowboy Junkies. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 50:24 minutes.

Artist: Cowboy Junkies
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 50:24
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No. Title Length
1. Intro 1:09
2. Remnin Park 3:59
3. Sir Francis Bacon At the Net 4:00
4. Stranger Here 3:17
5. A Few Bags of Grain 3:40
6. I Cannot Sit Sadly By Your Side 4:59
7. (You've Got to Get) a Good Heart 4:27
8. Cicadas 5:17
9. Interlude 0:47
10. My Fall 4:37
11. Little Dark Heart 4:08
12. A Walk In the Park 5:51
13. Remnin Park (Revisited) 3:15
14. Coda 0:58



One can always identity the Cowboy Junkies by the unmistakable vocals of Margo Timmins. She sings with a sweet grace that has always given great heft to the musings of her brother, the Junkies’ guitarist and songwriter, Michael Timmins. This 2010 release was named after the park where Michael spent part of his three months in China while waiting to adopt two children. This cultural shift to the East affected both Michael’s own personal space and his band’s approach, as the tunes ride by with an extra spike in their delivery. The guitars purr with greater intensity, keyboards play towards genuine depth and a series of found sounds add to the atmospheric whirlwind. Michael’s experiences are given a brilliant treatment by Margo, who turns bright and pop for the original Chinese-music tune “My Fall” by Xu Wei and dark and foreboding for “A Few Bags of Grain” and the appropriately-titled “Little Dark Heart.” Chinese songwriter and performing artist Zuoxiao Zuzhou (ZXZZ) adds lyrics and his own vocals to “A Walk In the Park.”