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Download links and information about Reckon by Jason Collett. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:23:32 minutes.

Artist: Jason Collett
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:23:32
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No. Title Length
1. Pacific Blue 2:51
2. Jasper Johns' Flag 2:19
3. King James Rag 2:12
4. Sailor Boy 1:51
5. Ask No Questions 2:02
6. You're Not the One and Only Lonely One 2:41
7. Miss Canada 2:33
8. Talk Radio 2:08
9. I Wanna Rob a Bank 3:19
10. Where Things Go Wrong 3:50
11. Song of the Silver Haired Hippie 3:13
12. Black Diamond Girl 1:55
13. My Daddy Was a RocknRoller 3:28
14. Don't Let the Truth Get to You 3:00
15. When the War Came Home 4:47
16. Bitter Beauty 3:41
17. Blue Sky 3:29
18. We All Lose One Another 4:22
19. Hangover Days 4:37
20. I'll Bring the Sun 3:35
21. No Redemption Song 2:54
22. Charlyn, Angel of Kensington 4:37
23. Brother 4:05
24. Long May You Love 4:07
25. Love Is a Dirty Word 2:45
26. Every Night 3:11



A woodworker from Toronto, Jason Collett remains uniquely grounded in a world that can be quite surreal. As a member of Broken Social Scene, a sideman to Feist, Metric, and Stars, and now a mentor of sorts to Zeus and Bahamas, he's plenty engaged in the craft of songwriting. But it's Canada's changing political face that lights a fire under him as a citizen. With The Clash's London Calling as an inspiration, Collett, with a Dylanesque delivery, sings songs that reflect on the political and the personal without forgetting that it's music first and foremost. So, while "Ask No Questions" is a muted, orchestrated piece you'd expect from a 45-year-old singer/songwriter, "You're Not the One and Only Lonely One" adds a dance groove that's somewhere between The Rolling Stones and The Clash circa 1980-81. "Talk Radio," "I Wanna Rob a Bank," and "When the War Came Home" lash at the outside world, while "Where Things Go Wrong" takes a look at life itself. Also included is the 11-track compilation Essential Cuts, a career-spanning retrospective that includes two previously unreleased b-sides.