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First Sarah’s album I purchased after earing ”angel”.. never regreted my choice ever since. The unique voice I never get tired listening to. ”Building a mystery” and ”sweet surrender” (especially the live version) are still among my favorites.
Afterglow, Wintersongs, Afterglow live, and shine on followed up. Sorry if I don’t have the full collection yet, but I’m working on it
Hardly a day goes by without listening a few songs, and i keep watching ”afterglow live” dvd still on regular basis. Now I just can’t wait to come and see (and hear) by myself this incredible voice live in Montreal
Again an extraordinary album, nevertheless ‘Building the mistery’ doesn’t reach the level of the rest of songs
This was my first Sarah McLachlan album and my all time favorite. Bought it when I was in college and every song on this album has so much meaning. Each song brings back so many memories. LOve thsi album. I cried and laughed and this album had the lyrics that spoke to me during that time. Even now when I hear the songs I get nostalgic.
Was reading Darryl ‘DMC’ McDaniels’ story from The Moth performance piece where he speaks of Angel and Surfacing as having given him reason to go on living during a very dark period for him. I just wanted to hear for myself what he was referring to.
Such a great album it was my first album I bought and I enjoyed it so much even got the piano book. This album will always be a great 90′s album and it has one of my all time favorite songs on it building a mystery no matter how many times its played I will always love it. So many good songs on here and it takes me back to 8th and 9th grade
This is the best album for me…soothing at times. A real pleasure to listen to…top in my list