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Burton Cummings Woman Love

CD (April 11, 2000)
Original Release Date: 1980
EPIC/LEGACY

EXTREMELY RARE CD

Digitally remastered reissue of the Guess Who vocalist's 1980 & fourth solo album with two bonus tracks added, 'Daddy's On The Road' & 'Vocals On The Boat'. 12 tracks total, also featuring the huge Canadian hit single 'Fine State Of Affairs'. The album was never released in the U.S. 1999 release.

Burton Cummings Up Close & Alone

CD (August 26, 1997)
Original Release Date: August 26, 1997
Label: Hip-O Records
Cummings unplugged, in a fashion, performing 18 songs from throughout his career on solo piano. Recorded in December 1995 in front of a small but very vocal and appreciative audience. The repertoire includes reprises of old Guess Who hits (including "Undun," awhere Cummings sounds, probably unintentionally, like a lounge singer deliberately taking the piss out of the tune) and a cover of "Ferry Cross the Mersey," as well as the brief and weird "Gordon Lightfoot Does Maggie May." Mostly it's his own compositions, though; not a recipe that's bound for success in the U.S., but one that worked quite well in Canada, where Cummings retains a devoted audience, and where this album went gold. ~ Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

Burton Cummings My Own Way to Rock

CD (April 11, 2000)
Original Release Date 1977
Sony
Burton Cummings is perhaps best known from his days as the lead singer/songwriter for the legendary Guess Who. From his days with The Guess Who to his successful solo career, Winnipeg native Burton Cummings has managed to make himself something of a Canadian icon. Now, for the first time, his second solo recording, 'My Own Way To Rock', is available in newly remastered version. This second solo album, originally released on the Portrait label in 1977, followed in a more rock and roll direction than his debut album the year before. Although this album was the commercial success of the debut, it did produced the hit, "My Own Way To Rock," as well as fan favorites, " Charlemagne" and "Never Had A Lady Before." This album was remastered by legendary engineer, Bill Inglot and contains two new bonus tracks, from Cummings extensive library, which were not included on the original release. All original artwork has been fully restored, and new liner notes, written by Burton himself, and all of the songs lyrics accompany this re-mastered version of the album. ~ Keith Pettipas, All Music Guide

Burton Cummings

CD (April 11, 2000)
Original Release Date: 1986
Label: Portrait Records 

Reviewer: Marty From SF from San Francisco, Ca.

Cummings first solo album since departure from The Guess Who is remarkable. Here he lets his unique piano-singing style shine through, unhindered by his former band. "Stand Tall" was a huge surprise hit for him, showing his blue-eyed soul, and "I'm Scared" is as heartfelt as yearnful tunes can get.

The rest of the album is filled with fast-paced rock 'n roll originals with some fancy keyboards and great guitar work. "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet" is a slow version of the Bachman tune with the clever stutter turned into a hungry ballad.

The two demo's of "Blossom" and "I'm Scared" are excellent examples of Cummings raw talent and enough reason alone to purchase this set.

A great number of talented Canadians are out there, but Cummings was one of the first.

Burton Cummings Plus Signs

Released in 1990
label:Capitol Records
C2-93938
This is probably the rarest of all Burton Cummings' cds to find. ONLY ONE CD AVAILABLE in excellent, almost new condition. A true classic from the former GUESS WHO LEAD SINGER. BURTON CUMMINGS Plus Signs CD has been long out of print for years. Tracks include: THE WORKADAY, PERMISSABLE CRY, FRIEND OF INERTIA, TAKE ONE AWAY, CEREBRAL WORLD, I'D LOVE TO TALK, THE ROCK'S STEADY, ONE DAY SOON, BRIDGE IN TIME, BORING DREAMS, FREE.

Burton Cummings Heart

vinyl LP
label:Epic