- Five Days in July
Infobox Album | Name = Five Days in July
Released = 1993
Recorded = 1992
Length = 59:09
Warner Music Canada
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"Five Days in July" is a 1993 album by
Blue Rodeo. It was keyboardist James Gray's first album with the band. The band's most commerciallly successful album, it has been certified six times platinum as of 2008.
The album was recorded on singer/guitarist
Greg Keelor's farm in Southern Ontarioin July 1992. While the band originally intended for the recordings to serve only as demos, they found that the songs had a warmth and spontaneity that warranted releasing the collection as an album. Guest musicians on the album include Sarah McLachlan, Colin Lindenand Anne Bourne.
This album is supposed to be a tribute to the "Harvest"-era
Neil Youngsound. This is especially evident on the song "5 Days in May."
"5 Days in May", "Hasn't Hit Me Yet" and "Bad Timing" were notable hit singles for the band.
All songs by
Greg Keelorand Jim Cuddy, except where noted.
#"5 Days in May" – 7:12
#"Hasn't Hit Me Yet" – 5:14
#"Bad Timing" – 5:09
#"Cynthia" – 4:40
#"Photograph" – 4:10
#"What is This Love" – 6:16
#"English Bay" – 3:20
#"Head Over Heels" – 4:01
#"'Til I Gain Control Again" – 4:29 - "
#"Dark Angel" – 5:16
#"Know Where You Go/Tell Me Your Dream" – 9:22
*"What is This Love," "Dark Angel" and "Tell Me Your Dream" feature
Jim Cuddyhas said that "5 Days in May" was inspired by his sound engineer's practice of writing his wife's name in the sand whenever he finds himself on a beach. Cuddy noticed the engineer doing so while the band was on tour in New Zealand, and was inspired to write lyrics combining this story with the story of how Cuddy met his own wife.
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