Trinity Revisited

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Trinity Revisited
Studio album by Cowboy Junkies
Released October 8, 2007
Genre Country rock, Alternative country
Label Cooking Vinyl
Producer François Lamoureux
Cowboy Junkies chronology
At the End of Paths Taken
Trinity Revisited
Acoustic Junk
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Trinity Revisited is an album and a film by Cowboy Junkies, released on October 16, 2007. It is a remake of the Junkies' most famous album, The Trinity Session. The new album was recorded in the fall of 2006 at Toronto's Church of the Holy Trinity, the same venue where the original album was recorded.

Guest musicians on the 2007 album include Natalie Merchant, Ryan Adams and Vic Chesnutt. Each takes the lead vocal on one of the album's songs (Adams on "200 More Miles", Merchant on "To Love Is to Bury" and Chesnutt on "Postcard Blues"), and shares vocal and musical duties on other tracks. Jeff Bird, a session musician who has appeared on virtually every Cowboy Junkies album but has never been credited as an official band member, also appears.

The album was also packaged with a performance film, Trinity Revisited, and a documentary film, Trinity Session Revisited, both by directors Pierre and François Lamoureux.

In concerts to support the album, singer Thea Gilmore substituted for Merchant in some shows.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Margo Timmins and Michael Timmins unless otherwise indicated.

  1. "Mining for Gold" (traditional)
  2. "Misguided Angel"
  3. "Blue Moon Revisited (Song for Elvis)" (Margo and Michael Timmins; "Blue Moon" by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart)
  4. "I Don't Get It"
  5. "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" (Hank Williams)
  6. "To Love is to Bury"
  7. "200 More Miles" (Michael Timmins)
  8. "Dreaming My Dreams with You" (Allen Reynolds)
  9. "Working on a Building" (traditional)
  10. "Sweet Jane" (Lou Reed)
  11. "Postcard Blues" (Michael Timmins)
  12. "Walkin' After Midnight" (Don Hecht, Alan Block)



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