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Her father passed. She divorced her husband, split with her longtime manager and her longtime record label, and while she addresses things on “Song For My Father,” “Surrender and Certainty” and “Broken Heart,” Sarah McLachlan also offers up her most directly upbeat album to date. Producer Pierre Marchand is her one constant and he teams yet again to create the gentle shimmer that’s been a trademark of McLachlan’s sound since the beginning. Yet, McLachlan found time to work with hard rock producer Bob Rock (Metallica, Motley Crue) on two tracks, “Flesh and Blood” and “Love Beside Me” and the result isn’t heavy metal but a definite grandiosity that climaxes with a vocal choir and a melodramatic dynamic. A gentle piano moment such as “Beautiful Girl” reminds everyone of the young kid they first discovered. The Deluxe Version adds the piano tracks “What’s It Gonna Take” and “Little B” that continue this simple, straightforward vibe.

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Sarah sang Beautiful Girl tonight at the Junos and the crowd loved it! She was poised at the piano, pitch perfect in voice and clearly having a wonderful time performing to a Canadian crowd of artists that holds her high in the Pantheon of music greats. There is something very natural in the way in which she strikes a cord that resonates deep within many, many people. She is this generations Jane Austin, who's legacy of lyrical work will endure for a very long time to come. Patrick Malone, West Vancouver BC.

Surfacing 2.0. An instant classic.

Congratulations, Sarah on such a stellar project as Shine On. The 4 years waiting since Laws Of Illusion came out were worth it. Not one song is weak, and like the new Jann Arden album, each song encompasses true, vivid emotion without fault. Some definite stand-out tracks include Monsters and What’s It Gonna Take, among countless others on the album. Although I miss the moody, mournful soundscapes of such classics as “Do What You Have To Do” and “Bring On The Wonder”, I can forgive. You’re happy now Sarah, and I can feel it through this beautiful new album as if I was hit by rays of warm sunlight every time I hear a track from it. So thank you. Very much. Looking forward to the next one, as always.

A voice that makes me miss home

Can't wait to hear the rest of the album.


Born: January 28, 1968 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Since her debut in 1988, Sarah McLachlan's atmospheric folk-pop has gained a devoted following not only in her native Canada, where she established star status with her first album, but also in the U.S. and U.K. The following two decades saw her grow both as a musician and songwriter, continually redefining herself and emerging as a major voice in the growing adult alternative pop format. She also founded Lilith Fair, a concert tour that helped usher other female songwriters into the mainstream during...
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