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Sarah McLachlan

Afterglow

  • 1. Fallen
  • 2. World On Fire
  • 3. Stupid
  • 4. Drifting
  • 5. Train Wreck
  • 6. Push
  • 7. Answer
  • 8. Time
  • 9. Perfect Girl
  • 10. Dirty Little Secret
  • Sarah McLachlan - vocal
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Nr kat.: RTH2013
Label  : Acoustic Sounds
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Nr kat.: CAPP054SA
Label  : Acoustic Sounds

During the mid-'90s, Sarah McLachlan was a near-ubiquitous presence in pop music, establishing adult alternative pop radio with 1994's Fumbling Toward Ecstasy and 1997's Surfacing and spearheading the popular Lilith Fair touring festival, but once the last Lilith wound up in 1999, she retreated from the spotlight, had a baby, and seemingly retired from music. Four years later, she has made a return with Afterglow, her first album in six years. Not much has changed in the time she was away. Afterglow is firmly within the McLachlan signature sound a softly tuneful, mildly atmospheric blend of classic singer/songwriterism and a touch of vaguely dreamy alternative pop, all shined and immaculately produced by Pierre Marchand. The album is the first collection of songs she wrote entirely on piano, not guitar, which ultimately doesn't make much of a difference to the overall feel and effect of the album, which perfectly dovetails with Surfacing. In other words, after a prolonged absence, Sarah McLachlan re-emerges with a record that could have followed Surfacing by six months, not years. Some may call that predictable, some may call it reliable, but there's little arguing that Afterglow is a solid effort it may not win new fans, but who cares - it will certainly satisfy the old ones. The Analogue Productions reissue treatment delivers sonics and luxury packaging second to none for discerning collectors. Now three titles by Canadian songstress Sarah McLachlan have been given this premier makeover and you reap the benefits: Solace, Mirrorball and Afterglow. Afterglow is firmly within the McLachlan signature sound a softly tuneful, mildly atmospheric blend of classic singer/songwriter style and a touch of vaguely dreamy alternative pop, all shined and immaculately produced by Pierre Marchand. The album is the first collection of songs she wrote entirely on piano, not guitar, which ultimately doesn't make much of a difference to the overall feel and effect of the album, which perfectly dovetails with Surfacing. In other words, after a prolonged absence, Sarah McLachlan re-emerges with a record that could have followed Surfacing by six months, not years. Sarah McLachlan - w naszej ofercie

 

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