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Sarah McLachlan — Shine On (2014)

 Sarah McLachlan — Shine On (May 6th, 2014)

CAN Flag              Sarah McLachlan — Shine On
°   Canadian writer of deeply emotional songs and founder of Lilith Fair, who first gained a cult following then became a hitmaker in the 1990s.
Birth name: Sarah Ann McLachlan
Born: January 28, 1968, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Location: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Instruments: Vocals, piano, keyboard, guitar, banjo, harp
Album release: May 6, 2014
Record Label: Verve Records
Duration:     47:04
Tracks:
01 In Your Shoes     3:54
02 Flesh and Blood     4:19
03 Monsters     3:13
04 Broken Heart     3:19
05 Surrender and Certainty     4:48
06 Song for My Father     3:18
07 Turn the Lights Down Low     3:57
08 Love Beside Me     4:37
09 Brink of Destruction     3:59
10 Beautiful Girl     3:35
11 The Sound That Love Makes     2:18
12 What's It Gonna Take     3:02
13 Little B     2:45

Written by:
°   Luke Doucet / Pierre Marchand / Sarah McLachlan 1
°   Blair Daly / Hillary Lindsey / Sarah McLachlan 2
°   Pierre Marchand / Sarah McLachlan 3, 4, 9
°   Sarah McLachlan 5
°   Tom Douglas / Sarah McLachlan / Matt Morris 6, 8
°   Don Felder / Sarah McLachlan 7
°   Luke Doucet / Sarah McLachlan 10
°   Luke Doucet 11
CREDITS:
Jamie Anderson  Design
Brian Blade  Drums
Fred Bouchard  Engineer
Paul Bushnell  Bass, Vocals
Matt Chamberlain  Percussion
Blair Daly  Composer
Kevin Dean  Trumpet
Luke Doucet  Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Tom Douglas  Composer
Jamie Edwards  Keyboards
Emmanuel Ethier  Guitar
Don Felder  Composer
Bill Gossage  Bass
David Grott  Trombone
Bernie Grundman  Mastering
Crystal Heald  Art Direction
Eric Helmkamp  Engineer
Kharen Hill  Photography
Christine Jensen  Horn Arrangements, Sax (Alto)
Ingrid Jensen  Trumpet
Vincent Jones  Bass, Drum Programming, Engineer, Guitar, Hammond B3, Keyboards, Mixing, Producer
Abe Laboriel, Jr.  Drums
Hillary Lindsey  Composer
Pierre Marchand  Bass, Composer, Drum Programming, Drums, Keyboards, Mixing, Piano, Producer
Melissa McClelland  Vocals
Sarah McLachlan  Composer, Guitar, Keyboards, Piano, Producer, Pump Organ, Ukulele, Vocals
Philippe Melanson  Drums, Percussion
Joel Miller  Sax (Tenor)
Moon:and:6  Engineer
Evelyn Morgan  A&R
Matt Morris  Composer
Jamie Muhoberac  Keyboards, Vocals
Chris Potter  Bass, Engineer, Mixing
Bob Rock  Producer
Joel Shearer  Guitar, Vocals
Pascal Shefteshy  Engineer, Mixing
Ashwin Sood  Drums
Christine Telleck  Production Manager
Lyle Workman  Guitar, Vocals
Similar albums: 10,000 Maniacs — Blind Man's Zoo; Natalie Merchant — Ophelia; Beth Orton — Trailer Park
REVIEW
By Chris Payne, New York | January 30, 2014 3:15 PM EST
°   Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan has signed with Verve Records and release her eighth studio album Shine On.
°   The new album is recorded in Vancouver with longtime collaborator/producer Pierre Marchand (the co-writer of hits like “Adia” and “Building a Mystery”), along with contributions from producer/songwriter Bob Rock and keyboardist Vincent Jones.
°   In a press release, McLachlan revealed that the album was inspired by her father’s passing and her own appreciation of life: ”This album is about moving through the second half of my life in a more mindful and meaningful way, recognizing that every day, every moment is precious and though we all have our issues and problems, our damages, we all have the ability to continue to learn, grow from our experiences, thrive and shine on. Many of the songs are inspired at least partially or wholly by my father’s passing three years ago and the profound effect losing him had on me. I had to find my footing again without the anchor of his unconditional love.”
°   Previously with Nettwerk/Arista, McLachlan's "Shine On" will be her first studio effort since 2010's "Laws of Illusion," which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200. On signing McLachlan,  Verve Music Group chairman David Foster comments, "Sarah's captivating voice and undeniable talent has established her as a celebrated global artist with an ability to reach fans on a deeply emotional level."
°   McLachlan is a three-time Grammy winner and an eight-time winner of Canada's Juno Awards. Her 1997 album "Surfacing" produced a pair of Grammy-winning tracks: "Building a Mystery" (Best Female Pop Vocal Performance) and "Last Dance" (Best Pop Instrumental Performance). Fortaken: http://www.billboard.com/
Website: http://www.sarahmclachlan.com/
Early and personal life:
°   Sarah McLachlan was born on January 28, 1968, and adopted in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. As a child, she took voice lessons, along with studies in classical piano and guitar. When she was 17 years old and still a student at Queen Elizabeth High School, she fronted a short-lived rock band called The October Game. One of the band's songs, "Grind", credited as a group composition, can be found on the independent Flamingo Records release Out of the Fog and the CD Out of the Fog Too. °   It has yet to be released elsewhere. Her high school yearbook predicted that she was "destined to become a famous rock star."
°   Following The October Game's first concert at Dalhousie University opening for Moev, McLachlan was offered a recording contract with Vancouver-based independent record label Nettwerk by Moev's Mark Jowett. McLachlan's parents insisted she finish high school and complete one year of studies at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design before moving to Vancouver and embarking on a new life as a recording artist, and McLachlan finally signed to Nettwerk two years later before having written a single song.
°   In 1994 McLachlan was sued by Uwe Vandrei, an obsessed fan from Ottawa who alleged that his letters to her had been the basis of the single "Possession." The lawsuit was also challenging for the Canadian legal system: Vandrei was a self-admitted stalker whose self-acknowledged goal in filing the lawsuit was to be near McLachlan physically. Consequently, special precautions were planned to ensure McLachlan's safety if she had to be in the same location as Vandrei at any time. But before the trial began, Vandrei was found dead in an apparent suicide. This topic was explored at length in Canadian author Judith Fitzgerald's book, Building a Mystery: The Story of Sarah McLachlan & Lilith Fair.
°   In 1997, Sarah McLachlan married her drummer, Ashwin Sood, in Jamaica. While she was pregnant, she lost her mother to cancer in December 2001. She gave birth to daughter India Ann Sushil Sood in Vancouver on April 6, 2002, by which time she had already completed three quarters of the production on her next record, Afterglow. On June 22, 2007 she gave birth to her second daughter, Taja Summer Sood, in Vancouver. McLachlan announced her separation from Ashwin Sood in September 2008.
°   Sarah McLachlan currently resides in Vancouver.
On 30 November 2012, McLachlan lent her support to Kate Winslet’s Golden Hat Foundation together with Tim Janis, Loreena McKennitt, Andrea Corr, Hayley Westenra, Sleepy Man Banjo Boys, Dawn Kenney, Jana Mashonee, Amy Petty and a choir etc performing on "The American Christmas Carol" concert in Carnegie Hall.
°   On 29 June 2013, McLachlan was awarded the Kiwanis International World Service Medal for her dedication to music education and working to improve the quality of life for young children.
Discography:
°   1988: Touch
°   1991: Solace
°   1993: Fumbling Towards Ecstasy
°   1997: Surfacing
°   2003: Afterglow
°   2006: Wintersong
°   2010: Laws of Illusion
°   2014: Shine On © °   Sarah McLachlan after her live performance at the Jet Blue terminal at JFK International Airport on July 29th, 2010. Photo credit Anthony Quintano 
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Sarah McLachlan — Shine On (2014)

 

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