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Sarah McLachlan - Shine On (2014)

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Sarah McLachlan - Shine On (2014)

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01. In Your Shoes
02. Flesh And Blood
03. Monsters
04. Broken Heart
05. Surrender And Certainty
06. Song For My Father
07. Turn The Lights Down Low
08. Love Beside Me
09. Brink Of Destruction
10. Beautiful Girl
11. The Sound That Love Makes
12. What’s It Gonna Take
13. Little B

Paul Bushnell - Bass, Vocals
Matt Chamberlain - Percussion
Kevin Dean - Trumpet
Luke Doucet - Guitar, Vocals
Jamie Edwards - Keyboards
Emmanuel Ethier - Guitar
Bill Gossage - Bass
David Grott - Trombone
Christine Jensen - Horn Arrangements, Sax (Alto)
Ingrid Jensen - 	Trumpet
Vincent Jones - 	Bass, Drum Programming, Guitar, Hammond B3, Keyboards
Abe Laboriel, Jr. - Drums
Pierre Marchand - Bass, Drums, Keyboards, Piano
Melissa McClelland - Vocals
Philippe Melanson - Drums, Percussion
Joel Miller - Sax (Tenor)
Jamie Muhoberac - Keyboards, Vocals
Chris Potter - Bass
Joel Shearer - Guitar, Vocals
Ashwin Sood - Drums
Lyle Workman - Guitar, Vocals


Plagued by increasingly middling album sales, Sarah McLachlan is in a position to take the kind of risks she was probably wise to eschew in the wake of her blockbuster 1997 album Surfacing. Though longtime collaborator Pierre Marchand is on board for most of the songs, Shine On marks the first time since her 1988 debut that the singer-songwriter has worked on an album with producers other than him. It's also her first effort since her departure from Arista Records. Unfortunately, aside from the use of horns here and there (an apt choice for her debut on venerable jazz label Verve Records), neither of these moves appear to have moved McLachlan to make any substantive changes to her sound, which, since her commercial peak in the late '90s, has inched decidedly away from the alt-rock of her early work in favor of middle-of-the-road adult contemporary.

Best known for his work with such disparate acts as Metallica and Michael Buble, Bob Rock's production on the standout "Flesh and Blood" and the comparatively hard-edged "Love Beside Me" plugs a bit of figurative and literal electricity into the proceedings. The former showcases the exquisite breaks in McLachlan's voice and a percussive undercurrent reminiscent of tracks from the singer's 1993 album Fumbling Toward Ecstasy. The rest, however, is largely forgettable, with songs like "Brink of Destruction" that rarely live up to their typically melodramatic titles. The album's lead single, the string-laden "In Your Shoes," is a so-called empowerment anthem inspired by 16-year-old Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai filled with platitudes like "live your truth."

When McLachlan fully embraces the smooth-jazz path she's been threatening to go down for over a decade, as she does on "Surrender and Certainty" and "Song for My Father," which is surprisingly less saccharine than you might expect, it at least starts to feel like she's evolving as an artist. But those moments are few and far between on an album that feels longer than it is, which, I guess, is a desirable quality for what is basically glorified background music. ---Sal Cinquemani, slantmagazine.com

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