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Colin Linden

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Canadian singer/songwriter Colin Linden continues to be delivering his personal blues-oriented rock because the early ’70s. He takes on into weighty gospel and folk aswell, making Linden’s function most recognizable across Canada. He offers released a slew of information through the entire ’80s and ’90s, especially earning a Juno Honor for South at Eight-North at Nine (1993) in 1994. He produced quite the feeling for the American homefront along with his 1997 launch With the Storm, During the night, but Linden continuing making music in to the fresh millennium and released Raised From the Wolves in Feb 2000. His collaborations likewise incorporate use Kim Wilson, Bruce Cockburn, the Band, and Mavis Staples.

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Full Name Colin Linden
Profession Music Producer, Guitarist, Singer-songwriter
Nationality Canadian
Spouse Janice Powers
Awards Juno Award for Blues Album of the Year, Juno Award for Best Blues/Gospel Album
Music Groups Blackie and the Rodeo Kings
Music Songs From The Water, No More Cheap Wine, Big Mouth, Southern Jumbo, Between The Darkness And The Light Of Day, Sugar Mine, Rich In Love, Smoke 'Em All, Everybody Ought to Be Loved, Sinking Down Slow, Luck Of A Fool, Knob & Tube, Hard Time Killing Floor Blues, Easin' Back To Tennessee, Too Late To Holler, And Then You Begin, Delia Come For Me, Date With The Stars, I Give Up, Miles Away From You, The Hurt, John Lennon In New Orleans, I Need Water, Love's Like Rain, Wasn't That Enough, The Way Heaven Feels, No Rest For The Wicked, Paybacks Are Hell, Go Back Old Devil, Who's Been Talking?, Without The One You Love, I Have Seen A Miracle
Albums South At Eight/North At Nine, Rich In Love, From the Water, Raised By Wolves, Through The Storm Through The Night, Still Live, Southern Jumbo, Kings And Kings, Kings of Love, Big Mouth, When The Spirit Comes, Easin' Back To Tennessee, Colin Linden Live!, Sad & Beautiful World (1975-1999)
Nominations Juno Award for Recording Engineer of the Year, Independent Music Award for Best Album - Live Performance
Movies Please Kill Mr. Know It All, Intolerable Cruelty


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Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Please Kill Mr. Know It All 2012 "Running Back To Saskatoon", "Easy To Tame", "I'd Have To Be A Stone" / performer: "No More Cheap Wine", "Leave It All Behind" / writer: "No More Cheap Wine", "Leave It All Behind", "Love Lay Me Down"
Everything's Gone Green 2006 lyrics: "Dog Catcher" / music: "Big Not Small", "Dog Catcher" / performer: "Big Not Small" / writer: "Big Not Small", "Dog Catcher"
Intolerable Cruelty 2003 performer: "The Boxer" 1968, "April Come She Will" 1966, "Punky's Dilemma" 1967
Down from the Mountain 2000 Documentary performer: "John Law Burned Down the Liquor Store"
O Brother, Where Art Thou? 2000 performer: "Hard Time Killing Floor Blues" ca 1931, "Hard Time Killing Floor Blues" uncredited

Actor

Actor

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Nashville 2016 TV Series Musician
Intolerable Cruelty 2003 Father Scott

Music Department

Music Department

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Nashville: On the Record 3 2015 TV Movie documentary musical director
A Place at the Table 2012 Documentary musician: guitar

Composer

Composer

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Please Kill Mr. Know It All 2012

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Nashville: On the Record 3 2015 TV Movie documentary Himself
Katie Chats 2015 TV Series Himself
Bruce Cockburn Pacing the Cage 2012 Documentary Himself
Paul Quarrington: Life in Music 2010 Documentary voice
This Beat Goes On: Canadian Pop Music in the 1970s 2009 TV Movie documentary Himself
Shakin' All Over! 2006 TV Movie documentary
The Life and Hard Times of Guy Terrifico 2005 Himself
The Last Round: Chuvalo vs Ali 2003 Documentary Narrator (voice)
Life and Times 2001 TV Series documentary Himself
Down from the Mountain 2000 Documentary Himself

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