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* "[[Dayvan Cowboy]]" is considered by many to be [[Boards of Canada]]'s first mainstream single.
 
* "[[Dayvan Cowboy]]" is considered by many to be [[Boards of Canada]]'s first mainstream single.
 
* This song was remixed by [[Wikipedia:Odd Nosdam|Odd Nosdam]] on the [[Trans Canada Highway]] EP.  It was the first remix of [[Boards of Canada]] to appear on any of their releases.
 
* This song was remixed by [[Wikipedia:Odd Nosdam|Odd Nosdam]] on the [[Trans Canada Highway]] EP.  It was the first remix of [[Boards of Canada]] to appear on any of their releases.
* One of the tracks on the bootleg "[[Random 35 Tracks Tape]]" seems to be an early version of this song.
 
  
 
== Video ==
 
== Video ==

Revision as of 21:41, 20 March 2011

Dayvan Cowboy
Running time 5:00
Appears on The Campfire Headphase
Trans Canada Highway
still from the Dayvan Cowboy video


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Video

  • A video for "Dayvan Cowboy" was released as a promo DVD, included with Warpmart pre-orders of the Trans Canada Highway EP. For more information, see Videos.
  • The first half of the video shows footage of Captain Joseph Kittinger's skydiving from the Excelsior III, a gondola raised by balloons to 102,800 feet as part of Project Excelsior (a series of record-breaking dives from high-altitude). Captain Kittinger fell for 14 minutes and 36 seconds, reaching a maximum speed of 614 mph before opening his parachute at 18,000 feet.
  • The second half of the video shows footage of big-wave surfer Laird Hamilton.
  • The final scene of the sun setting was taken from the surfing documentary Crystal Voyager.

Cultural References

A Day Van is a discontinued make of Chevrolet Astro van

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