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Surfacing album for sale by Sarah McLachlan was released Jul 15, 1997 on the Arista label. SURFACING is an Enhanced CD containing both a full audio program as well as multimedia computer files. 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 Surfacing CD music. "Last Dance" won the 1998 Grammy for Best Pop Instrumental Performance Surfacing buy CD music. "Adia" was nominated for the 1999 Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. ...See Full Description
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My goodness. McLachlan's voice captures and plays with each note and makes you hear the value of them. Her soulful voice is genuine, tender, fragile, and strong--all at the same time. You will play this album over and over again, finding new elements of yourself each time you listen to a song.
By brianfos (Castro Valley, CA)
having been a huge Sarah fan since "Solace", this album was a bit of a letdown compared to her previous works, and it's a huge letdown compared to the brilliance of her "Fumbling Towards Ecstacy" album. That album was, to me, the masterpiece she was set on earth to make. so textures and beautiful. "Surfacing" has a great batch of top 40 radio hits on it, but the heart of Sarah's talent is missing, it's a mystery as to why she took such a huge step back. her voice is as good as ever, and some songs shine through as being worth the wait ("black and blue", "building a mystery"), but the rest sort of fall left of center. Sadly, after a 7 year wait, her new album "Afterglow" follows much of the same top 40 pattern, one can only hope the follow up to that will be quick in it's coming, and brilliant in it's sound.
By a reviewer (Virginia)
By Far Sarah McLachlan has the power to yet sooth a raging anger, to a silent whim. This Album for me, I can never get tired of, and yet is part of my teenage years. Each, and everytime I hear a song from this cd is pure time travel, back to those days. That is Sarah McLachlan, an unbelievably powerful, but yet soft voice.
By Azrael43 (Edmonton, Ab, Canada)
||One of my top ten|
I have a variety of listening interests, but Sarah McLachlan's "Surfacing" is among my all time favorite albums. This is one of those rare CDs where I don't skip over songs and it such easy music to listen to that I never get tired of it.
By FOX76493 (Knoxville, TN)
||Sarah smoulders with this star of an album|
I am in love with this album. Ever since I first heard Full of Grace I have cried when I heard it.
The songs are all individual and seem to tell a little story.
I think Sarah has a gorgeous voice, with an element of Celine Dion coming through.
I say again, I Love this CD
By Faith_Slayer1999 (Charleston, South Carolina)
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Surfacing songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1110420|
|Release Date||Jul 15, 1997|
|Recording Time||41 minutes|
|Personnel||Sarah McLachlan - vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, piano|
Jim Creeggan - acoustic bass
Michel Pepin - electric guitar
Ashwin Sood - drums, percussion, background vocals
Brian Minato - electric guitar, bass
Pierre Marchand - keyboards, bass, percussion, drum programming, background vocals
Ash Sood - piano, drums, percussion
Yves Desrosiers - guitar, lap steel, bass