Saturday, May 15, 2010

Surfacing - 'We Write Lists' Part Four

It's time for the fourth part in the series of Allison Crowe's guest blogs on We Write Lists:

"Over the last few weeks we've had the pleasure of bringing you the first three entries in a series of musician and singer-songwriter Allison Crowe's guest-posts for We Write Lists. We'd asked her to write about her six favourite albums, which was admittedly a cruel challenge to set. Instead, Allison chose six albums that held her heart, and influenced her significantly, during the formative years of her musical life. And, kindly, she sent us so much on each album that they warranted serialisation - the fourth excerpt of which you may enjoy now..."

Click on the "Surfacing" album cover above to see the newest essay in the series.

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Blogger Bradley said...

My family and I have been interested in Sarah McLachlan's music since our trip to the US in 1998 "Surfacing" was the first album that Mum got of hers! I went to that blog and read the review and thought it was great! "Angel" is definitely my favourite Sarah McLachlan song from that album!

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Blogger Adrian said...

Here, across Canada, it's a long holiday weekend! You're giving me a fine idea... I'm going to play Surfacing AND Fumbling Towards Ecstasy. One is the polished production and the other the rawer sound. Together, they make for a quintessential Sarah session ( :

8:41 PM  

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