Love Is Everything: The Jane Siberry Anthology

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All Music Guide - MacKenzie Wilson
Mystic singer/songwriter Jane Siberry never belonged in the mainstream, yet her luminous work gained respect while frequently drawing comparisons to Joni Mitchell, Laurie Anderson, and Kate Bush. She touches the earth with her music, exploring elements of folk, jazz, and spoken word. Love Is Everything: The Jane Siberry Anthology celebrates Siberry's adventurous career, reflecting upon the best of the best since her 1981 self-titled debut album. Siberry is a visionary with both intelligence and humor. The cow tales of "The Mystery at Ogwen's Farm" and the sweetness of "Bessie" are wistful, artistic gems. "Mimi on the Beach" recounts personal growth, maturing in "Mimi ...
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All Music Guide - MacKenzie Wilson
Mystic singer/songwriter Jane Siberry never belonged in the mainstream, yet her luminous work gained respect while frequently drawing comparisons to Joni Mitchell, Laurie Anderson, and Kate Bush. She touches the earth with her music, exploring elements of folk, jazz, and spoken word. Love Is Everything: The Jane Siberry Anthology celebrates Siberry's adventurous career, reflecting upon the best of the best since her 1981 self-titled debut album. Siberry is a visionary with both intelligence and humor. The cow tales of "The Mystery at Ogwen's Farm" and the sweetness of "Bessie" are wistful, artistic gems. "Mimi on the Beach" recounts personal growth, maturing in "Mimi Speaks." "Sail Across the Water" and the violent beauty of "Temple" earned Siberry her biggest success with 1993's Brian Eno-produced When I Was a Boy, defining Siberry's passion for honesty. The three-piece epic of "Map of the World" is her storybook swan song, and the newly recorded fourth part entitled "Pilgrim" reminds listeners of Siberry's wild imagination. The treasured Canadian songstress has evolved in her craft. Love Is Everything: The Jane Siberry Anthology is fond of what she's become as well as the world around her. Loyalists who've watched her change will be thoroughly impressed with the collection.
Billboard
Then and now, Siberry remains one of the world's most refreshing artists -- one who surprises as much as she delights.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/16/2002
  • Label: Rhino
  • UPC: 081227827724
  • Catalog Number: 78277

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Jane Siberry Primary Artist, Organ, Synthesizer, Guitar, Harmonica, Piano, Accordion, Harp, Keyboards, Hammond Organ, Vocals, Bells, Loops
Christopher Rouse Vocals
Gail Ann Dorsey Bass, Vocals
Brian Blade Drums
Teddy Borowiecki Percussion, Piano, Accordion
Anne Bourne Keyboards, Vocals
Michael Brook Guitar
Cherie Camp Vocals
Rebecca Campbell Vocals
Al Cross Percussion, Drums, Linn Drum
Bryant Didier Bass
Brian Eno Oboe, Hammond Organ, Shaker, Tambo Drums, Guitar Effects
Jon Goldsmith Keyboards
Dave Houghton Drums
Rebecca Jenkins Vocals
k.d. lang Vocals
Glenn Milchem Drums
Ben Mink Viola
Ken Myhr Dulcimer, Guitar, Percussion, Vocals, Synthesizer Guitar
James Pinker Drums
David Ramsden Vocals
Tim Ray Organ, Piano
Catherine Russell Vocals
John Switzer Bass, Percussion, Vocals
Jamie West-Oram Guitar
Doug Wilde Keyboards
Rob Yale Keyboards, fairlight
Sarah McElcheran Trumpet
Christopher Thomas Bass
Sandy Baron Violin
Dean Sharp Drums
Ian McLauchlan Percussion
Gina Stepaniuk Vocals
David Travers-Smith Trumpet, Sampling
Stich Wynston Drums
Larry Baeder Guitar
Jennifer Weeks Oboe
Steven Donald Trombone
Lisa Lindo Vocals
Debbie Knapper Guitar
Quisha Wint Vocals
Alex McMaster Strings
Don Freed Vocals
Technical Credits
Jane Siberry Producer, Creation, Percussion Sampling
David Bradstreet Producer, Engineer
Michael Brook Producer
Kerry Crawford Producer
Brian Eno Producer, Contributor
Jon Goldsmith Producer
Dan Hersch Remastering
Bill Inglot Remastering
Carl Keesee Producer, Engineer
John Naslen Producer, Engineer
Gary Peterson Discographical Annotation
Michael Phillip Wojewoda Engineer
Rick Starks Engineer
John Switzer Producer
Jeff Wolpert Engineer
Jim Zolis Engineer
Gary Furniss Engineer
David Ferri Engineer
Ron Searles Engineer
Maria Villar Art Direction
Andrew MacNaughtan Artwork
Floria Sigismondi Cover Photo
David Travers-Smith Engineer, Live Recording, Live Mixing
Malia Doss Licensing
Traditional Composer
Gladys Sanchez Licensing
George Rondina Engineer
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