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|Sarah McLachlan||Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Piano, Vocals|
|Deni Bonet||Violin, Viola|
|Bill Dillon||Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Mandolin, Pedal Steel Guitar, Electric Guitar, Steel Guitar, 12-string Guitar, Billatron|
|Daryl Exnicious||Bass, Background Vocals|
|Pierre Marchand||Organ, Bass, Mandolin, Percussion, Electric Guitar, Keyboards|
|Ronald Jones||Drums, Tambourine|
|Deni Bonet||Arranger, String Arrangements|
|Pierre Marchand||Producer, Engineer|
Posted October 1, 2010
Be it the fact that the cover is simple black and white, or the fact that it's one of her older recordings, Solace seems to be overlooked by many Sarah McLachlan fans, and I'll admit that while I owned it, it was a while before I started really LISTENING to it. "Drawn to the Rhythm" has a certain versatility to the style, typical of Sarah stuff like "Possession" from FTE. "Into the Fire" has a lot of percussion sounds, a really fun song, and "The Path of Thorns" is a beautifully poignant track. One of my personal favorites, however, is "Black", a track of gloomier lyrics than the norm. The most interesting part of "Black", however, is that the background music is a collection of musical instruments being played, essentially, the wrong way, lending an even more haunting tone to the vocals. For true Sarah fans, this album is definitely a worthy addition to the collection.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 26, 2008
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