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Customer Reviews

Another gem from Sarah McLachlan

Another gem from one of Canada's jewels. The first "Rarities" album was a great mix of hard to find re-mixes and true B sides. Volume two stays away for the most part from the re-mixes, but offers up some amazing hard to find soundtrack songs, cover tunes, and live performances. What you're going to find here, is a more striped down version of Sarah McLachlan. Very basic producing, no synthesizers, not even much for percussion. What were left with is Sarah at her best....her amazing vocals. Personal faves on the album include Ordinary Miracle, Time After Time, and The Rainbow Connection.

Sarah Only

I bought three other Sarah albums and I loved all of them but once I hit this one, I was rather disappointed. I listened to the first couple of tracks and was really enjoying the album. I was thinking that the whole album would be enjoyable but I was wrong. All the collaborations of her and other artists were in my opinion, annoying. Sarah has such a beautiful voice and she has to sing alone because her voice out does so many artists. There was one duet which I though was gorgeous which was her and Bryan Adams. It worked because they both have amazing voices, but one blended with the other. For the rest of the tracks in which she mixed with other artists, her voice was the one I listened for and no other artist (other than Adams) was worth listening to. I often found myself skipping over songs because they were not working. Sarah's voice is so pure and unique that it is a wonder why she decided to go with other artists at all, most of all DMC and Ladysmith. Don't buy the whole album. Listen to each song and decide if you want it or not. With Sarah's other albums however, they are worth the buy when other singers aren't involved. For Sarah I rate this five stars. But for the others I give zero (other than Bryan Adams).

Sarah Only Please

Sarah has a fantastic voice. Unique and so beautiful she's unmistakable. If only she would sing alone this would be a great album. Brian Adams just wrecks the song Don't Let Go and Time After Time would be perfect less C. Lauper. Oh well, luv you Sarah!


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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