CD Surfacing [Sarah McLachlan]  (CD 425045),
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Surfacing [Sarah McLachlan] 
1. Building a Mystery
2. I Love You
3. Sweet Surrender
5. Do What You Have to Do
8. Black & White
9. Full of Grace
10. Last Dance
Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 18970
SURFACING is an Enhanced CD containing both a full audio program as well as multimedia computer files.
Personnel: Sarah McLachlan (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, piano); Brian Minato (electric guitar, bass); Michel Pepin (electric guitar); Yves Desrosiers (guitar, lap steel, bass); Ash Sood (piano, drums, percussion); Pierre Marchand (keyboards, bass, percussion, drum programming, background vocals); Jim Creeggan (acoustic bass).
SURFACING was nominated for a 1998 Grammy Award for Best Pop album. "Building A Mystery" won the 1998 Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. "Last Dance" won the 1998 Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Performance.
"Adia" was nominated for the 1999 Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance.
Personnel: Sarah McLachlan (vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano); Yves Desrosiers (guitar, lap steel guitar, musical saw); Michel Pepin, Brian Minato (electric guitar); Pierre Marchand (keyboards, drum machine, background vocals); Jim Creeggan (upright bass); Ashwin Sood (drums, percussion, background vocals).
Audio Mixer: Pierre Marchand.
On her fifth album, Vancouver-based singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan returns with a simpler collection of songs which quietly explore the darker aspects of human nature. SURFACING is a group of straightforward songs which get right to the point, both musically and lyrically, dealing with such heavy topics as faith, life and death in an appealingly accessible way.
McLachlan's unmistakable soaring voice displays its usual angelic tones and amazing versatility, abetted by the familiar, assured stamp of longtime producer and collaborator Pierre Marchand, making SURFACING McLachlan's most mature album yet. Right from the start, with the anthem-like pop tune "Building a Mystery," McLachlan sets the tone, simultaneously shadowy and calm. SURFACING is an introspective musical landscape, a tight collection of thought-provoking songs from one of today's most talented artists.
Rolling Stone (12/25/97, p.164) - "...McLachlan favors maternal patience over bombshells, whipsered intimacy over a quick payoff. Her songs are cast in deep-blue tints and gray-day moods; she soaks her voice in warm echo..."
Entertainment Weekly (7/25/97, p.70) - "...Her best tunes recall the sinewy clarity of early Joni Mitchell....Never have McLachlan's recordings sounded so dense and alive. Yet the album's centerpiece remains the star's voice--an instrument rich and knowing enough to redeem even the poor souls her lyrics embrace." - Rating: B
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