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Sarah McLachlan - Discography 1988 - 2008

Автор : YULYS
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Cd recorder: Plextor PX-716SA
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EAC Cue Sheet: Yes
Torrent Hash: 2B358C56415CAE223152443180946E237FF5073F
File Size: 4.60 Gb
Label: Arista (Outside Canada) Nettwerk

Albums, Years & Catalog # in this torrent:

Studio albums:

Touch ( 1988 ) W2 30024;
Solace (1991) W2-30055;
Fumbling Towards Ecstasy (1993) W2-30081;
Surfacing (1997) 0 6700 30116 2 4;
Afterglow (2003) 0 6700 30332 2 0;
Wintersong (2006) 0 6700 30621 2 1

Compilation Albums:

The Freedom Sessions (1995) W2-36321;
Rarities B-Sides and other Stuff (1996) 06700-30105-28;
Remixed (2001) 0 6700 30200 2 2;
Bloom: Remix Albums (2005) 0 6700 30440 2 8;
Rarities B-Sides and other Stuff 2 ( 2008 ) 6700 30796 2 4;
Closer (Best of Sarah McLachlan) 2008 [no catalog number as I didn’t do the rip]

Live Albums:

Mirrorball (1999) 0 6700 30140 2 1;
Afterglow (2004) 0 6700 30404 2 6

I just completed my Sarah McLachlan collection, the only rip that isn’t mine is her Greatest Hits (Closer). Enjoy this fine Canadian diva!

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From Wiki:

Sarah Ann McLachlan, OC, OBC ( born January 28, 1968 ) is a Canadian musician, singer and songwriter.[3]

She is known for the emotional sound of her ballads and mezzo-soprano vocal range.[4] As of 2006, she has sold over 40 million albums worldwide. Her best-selling album to date is Surfacing, for which she won two Grammy Awards (out of three nominations) and eight Juno Awards. In addition to her personal artistic efforts, she founded the Lilith Fair tour, which showcased female musicians in the late 1990s.

Sarah McLachlan was born on January 28, 1968, and adopted in Halifax, Nova Scotia. 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 persuaded her to finish her studies at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design before 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 1997, Sarah McLachlan married her drummer, Ashwin Sood, in Jamaica. McLachlan lost her mother to cancer in December 2001, while McLachlan herself was pregnant. McLachlan gave birth to a daughter, whom she named India Ann Sushil Sood, on April 6, 2002, in Vancouver. By this time, McLachlan had already completed three-quarters of the production on her next record, Afterglow. On June 24, 2007, she gave birth to her second daughter, Taja Summer Sood, in Vancouver. McLachlan announced her separation from Ashwin Sood in September 2008.



Touch is the debut album by Sarah McLachlan which was released in 1988 and then re-released in 1989.

The album was originally released in 1988 by Nettwerk. McLachlan later signed to Arista Records internationally (although remaining on Nettwerk in Canada), and a revamped version of Touch, with several remixed songs and a new track, was released in 1989 on both labels. The original 1988 release was discontinued by Nettwerk, and is now considered a collector's item. It is distinguished by its black and sepia cover. The first released single from the album was "Vox" in 1988, followed by "Steaming" in 1989.

The album was popular in alternative rock circles, but McLachlan would not achieve commercial stardom until 1991 in Canada, with Solace, and 1994 (1995 in some countries) internationally, with her 1993 album Fumbling Towards Ecstasy.

In 1993, McLachlan and Nettwerk were sued by Darryl Neudorf, a Vancouver musician and former member of 54-40, who alleged that he had made a significant and uncredited contribution to the songwriting on Touch. Although both McLachlan and Nettwerk acknowledged that Neudorf was involved in the album's production, both took the position that his contribution had not been primarily in songwriting. The judge in that suit ultimately ruled in McLachlan's favour.


1. "Out of the Shadows" – 4:57 (McLachlan)
2. "Vox" – 4:48 (McLachlan)
3. "Strange World" – 4:05 (McLachlan)
4. "Trust" – 4:45 (McLachlan/Phillips/Nikleva/Sawatzky/Iwaschuk)
5. "Touch" – 3:11 (McLachlan)
6. "Steaming" – 4:46 (McLachlan/Phillips)
7. "Sad Clown" – 4:28 (McLachlan)
8. "Uphill Battle" – 4:37 (McLachlan/Phillips)
9. "Ben's Song" – 4:55 (McLachlan)
10. "Vox (Extended Version)" – 6:49 (McLachlan)


Solace is a 1991 album by Sarah McLachlan. It was the album that first made her a star in Canada, spawning the hit singles "The Path of Thorns (Terms)" and "Into the Fire" and being certified double platinum for sales of 200,000 copies in Canada.

Although the album received favourable reviews internationally, her commercial breakthrough outside of Canada would not come until her next full album, Fumbling Towards Ecstasy.


1. "Drawn to the Rhythm" – 4:08
2. "Into the Fire" (Sarah McLachlan and Pierre Marchand) – 3:34
3. "The Path of Thorns (Terms)" – 5:51
4. "I Will Not Forget You" (McLachlan, Darren Phillips) – 5:20
5. "Lost" – 4:03
6. "Back Door Man" – 4:00
7. "Shelter" – 3:23
8. "Black" – 5:04
9. "Home" – 4:45
10. "Mercy" – 4:23

Fumbling Towards Ecstasy

Fumbling Towards Ecstasy is an album by Sarah McLachlan. It was produced by Pierre Marchand in Montreal, and released in 1993.
The album was an immediate hit in Canada, where McLachlan was already an established star. Over the next two years, it became her breakthrough album internationally as well. However, in some countries, most notably the United States, the album was a steady seller that stayed in the middle ranges of the pop charts for almost two years, rather than the #1 smash that McLachlan would achieve with 1997's Surfacing.
"Possession", the album's first single, is written from the point of view of an obsessed fan. Following the album's release, a fan named Uwe Vandrei sued McLachlan for songwriting credit, claiming that his letters were used as the basis of the song. The case never made it to trial as Vandrei was found dead of apparent suicide in November 1994.
Some editions contain an album version of McLachlan's 1995 single used for The Brothers McMullen soundtrack, "I Will Remember You". The track's lyrics do not appear in the booklet, nor strangely does the track's crediting information.

August 5, 2008 saw the release of the 15th anniversary 3-disc edition the album. The set includes the original remastered album, The Freedom Sessions and a DVD that includes live performances, music videos and more. The album was released by Legacy Recordings.


1. "Possession" – 4:39
2. "Wait" – 4:09
3. "Plenty" – 4:05
4. "Good Enough" – 5:03
5. "Mary" – 3:55
6. "Elsewhere" – 4:44
7. "Circle" – 3:43
8. "Ice" – 3:54
9. "Hold On" – 4:09
10. "Ice Cream" – 2:44
11. "Fear" – 3:59
12. "Fumbling Towards Ecstasy" – 9:49 ( including several minutes of silence followed by a hidden track, a solo piano version of "Possession" )


Surfacing is a 1997 album by Canadian musician Sarah McLachlan. It was produced by Pierre Marchand.
It was McLachlan's bestselling album, debuting at number one or number two on the Top 40 charts in many countries, and officially confirming her star status in many countries (most notably the United States) where her 1993 album Fumbling Towards Ecstasy had been a steady seller but didn't fully establish McLachlan as a mainstream pop star.
It was released as McLachlan embarked on the Lilith Fair concert tour.

"Full of Grace" was not a new song, having previously appeared on the collection Rarities, B-Sides and Other Stuff. The track "Do What You Have to Do" entered the news in 1998, when it was cited in Kenneth Starr's report as the subject of a letter from Monica Lewinsky to Bill Clinton. The song "Angel", a single in 1999, enjoyed renewed visibility in 2001, when it became popular as a song of comfort and healing following the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center.

This album received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album, which was awarded to James Taylor's Hourglass, however the singer won the Best Pop Instrumental Performance award for the track "Last Dance" at the Grammy Awards of 1998 [1].

1. "Building a Mystery" – 4:07 (McLachlan/Marchand)
2. "I Love You" – 4:44 (McLachlan)
3. "Sweet Surrender" – 4:00 (McLachlan)
4. "Adia" – 4:05 (McLachlan/Marchand)
5. "Do What You Have to Do" – 3:47 (McLachlan/Wolstenholme)
6. "Witness" – 4:45 (McLachlan/Marchand)
7. "Angel" – 4:30 (McLachlan)
8. "Black & White" – 5:02 (McLachlan)
9. "Full of Grace" – 3:41 (McLachlan)
10. "Last Dance" – 2:33 (McLachlan)


Afterglow is a 2003 album by Sarah McLachlan.

It was her first album of new material in six years, after the success of Surfacing and the Lilith Fair festival. Following those successes, McLachlan took a few years furlough to start a family with her husband and drummer, Ashwin Sood. Their daughter, India Ann Sushill Sood, was born in 2002.

She also did a lot of work with the Sarah McLachlan Music Outreach program, funding music lessons for disadvantaged children.
Unlike past albums where she went to an isolated cottage to write the songs, she wrote the songs for Afterglow in her family home mainly before the birth of her child. She wrote the songs entirely on piano, which is also a departure from her previous albums which she wrote on guitar. Longtime collaborator Pierre Marchand produced the album. McLachlan wrote all of the songs on the album, including two she wrote with Marchand.

The song "Answer" was featured in the 2008 movie The Brave One, starring Jodie Foster


1. "Fallen" – 3:47 (McLachlan)
2. "World on Fire" – 4:22 (McLachlan, Marchand)
3. "Stupid" – 3:24 (McLachlan)
4. "Drifting" – 3:23 (McLachlan)
5. "Train Wreck" – 4:36 (McLachlan)
6. "Push" – 3:56 (McLachlan)
7. "Answer" – 3:58 (McLachlan)
8. "Time" – 4:07 (McLachlan)
9. "Perfect Girl" – 4:43 (McLachlan, Marchand)
10. "Dirty Little Secret" – 3:56 (McLachlan)


Wintersong is a Grammy-nominated, holiday album by Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan, released in October 2006. It was produced by longtime collaborator Pierre Marchand and includes contributions from Jim Creeggan of Barenaked Ladies.[1] The album also includes a duet with Jazz musician Diana Krall.[2]


1. "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" (John Lennon, Yoko Ono) – 3:28
2. "What Child Is This? (Greensleeves)" (William Chatterton Dix) – 3:31
3. "River" (Joni Mitchell) – 4:02
4. "Wintersong" (Sarah McLachlan) – 3:31
5. "I'll Be Home for Christmas" (Walter Kent, Kim Gannon) – 3:15
6. "O Little Town of Bethlehem" (Phillips Brooks, Lewis Redner) – 3:51
7. "The First Noel / Mary Mary" (Traditional) – 5:00
8. "Silent Night" (Josef Mohr, Franz X. Gruber) – 3:48
9. "Song for a Winter's Night" (Gordon Lightfoot) – 3:48
10. "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" (Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane) – 3:44
11. "In the Bleak Mid Winter" (Traditional) – 3:46
12. "Christmas Time Is Here" (featuring Diana Krall) (Vince Guaraldi) – 3:59


The Freedom Sessions

The Freedom Sessions is an album by Sarah McLachlan which was released in 1994 by Nettwerk Records. The album consisted primarily of previously unreleased alternative versions and remixes of McLachlan recordings, plus a cover version of "Ol' 55" by Tom Waits. Many of the tracks were recorded during the same sessions as McLachlan's 1993 album Fumbling Towards Ecstasy.
The album was released in two versions: a standard CD, and an enhanced CD containing CD-ROM bonus material including interviews and music videos. The album was one of the first major enhanced CD releases.

1. "Elsewhere" – 4:33
2. "Plenty" – 3:20
3. "Mary" – 3:55
4. "Good Enough" – 3:20
5. "Hold On" – 6:43
6. "Ice Cream" – 2:30
7. "Ice" – 3:58
8. "Ol' 55" (Tom Waits) – 9:33

Rarities, B-Sides and Other Stuff

Rarities, B-Sides and Other Stuff is a 1996 album by Sarah McLachlan.
It is a compilation of tracks that McLachlan recorded for film soundtracks, remixes of McLachlan's songs, and material that she recorded in collaboration with other artists.

Guest musicians appearing on the album include Deni Bonet, Jocelyne Lanois, Bill Dillon, Luke Doucet, Manufacture and Camille Henderson; remixers include Anthony Valcic, Gary Stokes and Rabbit in the Moon.

The song "Full of Grace" later reappeared as the ninth track on McLachlan's next album, Surfacing.


1. "Dear God" – 3:53 (Gregory, Moulding, Partridge)
2. "I Will Remember You" – 4:53 (McLachlan, Egan, Merenda)
3. "Fear" (LunaSol Remix) – 6:39 (McLachlan)
4. "Gloomy Sunday" (live) – 4:45 (Carter, Lewis, Seress)
5. "Full of Grace" – 3:38 (McLachlan)
6. "Song for a Winter's Night" – 3:46 (Lightfoot)
7. "Blue" – 2:47 (Mitchell)
8. "Drawn to the Rhythm" (live) – 5:14 (McLachlan)
9. "Shelter" (Violin Mix) – 3:28 (McLachlan)
10. "As the End Draws Near" (Extended Remix) – 4:44 (featuring Manufacture) (Bothwell, Geyer, McLachlan)
11. "Vox" (Extended Remix) – 6:49 (McLachlan)
12. "Into the Fire" (Extended Remix) – 5:34 (McLachlan, Marchand)
13. "Possession" (Rabbit in the Moon Remix) – 5:51 (McLachlan)


Remixed is a 2001 album by Sarah McLachlan.
It collects various dance club versions of McLachlan's songs, remixed by DJs such as William Orbit, DJ Tiësto, BT, and Rabbit in the Moon.
The remix for "Plenty" appeared in slightly edited format (perhaps to allow for easier crossfading with the tracks before and after it) on the second Queer as Folk soundtrack


1. "Fear" (Hybrid's Super Collider Mix) – 9:00
2. "Sweet Surrender" (DJ Tiësto Mix) – 7:02
3. "Angel" (Dusted Remix) – 5:28
4. "I Love You (BT Mix) – 9:01
5. "Silence" (DJ Tiësto's in Search of Sunrise Remix) – 11:32
6. "Black" (William Orbit Mix) – 7:01
7. "Possession" (Rabbit in the Moon Mix) – 5:51
8. "Hold On" (BT Mix) – 7:44
9. "Plenty" (Fade Mix) – 10:19

Bloom: Remix Album

Bloom: Remix Album is a Sarah McLachlan album that features ten remixed McLachlan songs. The album was released on 6 September 2005 in North America.

1. "World on Fire" (Junkie XL Club Mix / GM Edit)
2. "Ice" (Dusted Mix)
3. "Vox" (Tom Middleton Mix)
4. "Dirty Little Secret" (Thievery Corporation Mix)
5. "Stupid" (DJ Hyper Remix)
6. "Train Wreck" (Sly & Robbie Mix)
7. "Just Like Me" featuring DMC (will.i.am Mix)
8. "Answer" (Talvin Singh Remix)
9. "Fallen" (Gabriel & Dresden Anti-Gravity Mix)
10. "Fumbling Towards Ecstasy" (Junior Boys Mix)

Rarities, B-Sides and Other Stuff Volume 2

Rarities, B-Sides and Other Stuff Volume 2 is the second compilation album of rarities by Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan, released in April 2008, twelve years after its predecessor. It was produced by longtime collaborator Pierre Marchand.

1. "Ordinary Miracle" (from the soundtrack to Charlotte's Web) - 3:06 (David A. Stewart/Glen Ballard)
2. "Blackbird" (from the soundtrack to I Am Sam) - 2:21 (John Lennon/Paul McCartney)
3. "Time After Time" (with Cyndi Lauper, from the album The Body Acoustic) - 4:19 (Cyndi Lauper/Rob Hyman)
4. "River" - 4:02 (Joni Mitchell)
5. "When She Loved Me" (from the soundtrack to Toy Story 2) - 3:04 (Randy Newman)
6. "Don't Let Go" (with Bryan Adams, from the soundtrack to Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron) - 4:04 (Bryan Adams/Gavin Greenaway/R.J. Lange/Gretchen Peters)
7. "Just Like Me" (with D.M.C., from the album Checks Thugs and Rock N Roll) - 5:12 (Harry Chapin/Sandy Chapin)
8. "Angel (Live)" (with Emmylou Harris, from Lilith Fair: A Celebration Of Women In Music, Volume 2) - 5:57 (Sarah McLachlan)
9. "Pills (Live)" (with The Perishers, from The Perishers Live) - 3:56 (Ola Kluft/Mans Lundberg)
10. "Homeless" (with Ladysmith Black Mambazo) - 4:15 (Joseph Shabalala/Paul Simon)
11. "The Rainbow Connection" - 3:32 (Paul Williams/Kenneth Ascher)
12. "Prayer of St. Francis" (from the Surfacing bonus disc) - 2:02
13. "Unchained Melody" - 4:50 (Alex North/Hy Zaret)
14. "Silence (DJ Tiësto's in Search of Sunrise Remix)" (with Delerium, also featured on Remixed) - 11:37 (Bill Leeb/Rhys Fulber/Sarah McLachlan)

Closer: The Best of Sarah McLachlan

Closer: The Best of Sarah McLachlan is a greatest hits album by Sarah McLachlan. It was released on 7 October 2008 [1].
According to a number of online retailers, the European release date for Closer has been pushed back to 9 February 2009.[2] No official announcement has been made to explain this change.
The album was released in Germany on October 17th.

1. "Vox" - 4:53
2. "The Path of Thorns (Terms)" - 5:51
3. "Into the Fire" - 3:31
4. "Possession" - 4:38
5. "Hold On" - 4:10
6. "Good Enough" - 5:03
7. "Building a Mystery" - 4:08
8. "Sweet Surrender" - 4:02
9. "Adia" - 4:05
10. "Angel" - 4:30
11. "I Will Remember You" (Live) - 3:34
12. "Fallen" - 3:48
13. "World on Fire" - 4:23
14. "Stupid" - 3:23
15. "Don't Give Up on Us" - 3:37
16. "U Want Me 2" - 4:07



Mirrorball is a 1999 live album by Sarah McLachlan.

1. "Building a Mystery" – 4:06 (McLachlan/Marchand)
2. "Hold On" – 5:18 (McLachlan)
3. "Good Enough" – 5:10 (McLachlan)
4. "I Will Remember You" – 3:41 (McLachlan/Egan/Merenda)
5. "Adia" – 3:57 (McLachlan/Marchand)
6. "I Love You" – 4:28 (McLachlan)
7. "Do What You Have to Do" – 4:09 (McLachlan/Wolstenholme)
8. "The Path of Thorns (Terms)" – 6:03 (McLachlan)
9. "Fear" – 5:00 (McLachlan)
10. "Possession" – 5:12 (McLachlan)
11. "Sweet Surrender" – 3:57 (McLachlan)
12. "Ice Cream" – 3:02 (McLachlan)
13. "Fumbling Towards Ecstasy" – 5:46 (McLachlan/Marchand)
14. "Angel" – 5:49 (McLachlan)

Afterglow Live

Afterglow Live is a 2004 live CD and DVD package by Sarah McLachlan.
All songs written by Sarah McLachlan, except "World on Fire", "Perfect Girl", "Witness", "Building a Mystery" and "Fumbling Towards Ecstasy" written by Sarah McLachlan/Pierre Marchand; "I Will Remember You" written by Sarah McLachlan/Seamus Egan/Dave Merenda and "Blackbird" written by John Lennon/Paul McCartney.


1. "Fallen" – 3:51
2. "World on Fire" – 4:13
3. "Adia" – 4:03
4. "Hold On" – 5:53
5. "Perfect Girl" – 4:36
6. "Push" – 4:04
7. "I Will Remember You" – 3:37
8. "Witness" – 6:02
9. "Answer" – 3:46
10. "Angel" – 5:30
11. "Train Wreck" – 3:54
12. "Building a Mystery" – 4:06
13. "Sweet Surrender" – 3:59
14. "Stupid" – 3:35
15. "Dirty Little Secret" – 6:32
[center]Sarah McLachlan  - Discography 1988 - 2008

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