Songs of Sarah McLachlan: Easy Guitar With Notes & Tab
|Easy arrangements of 18 of
this superstarÕs best: Adia ¥ Angel ¥ Building a Mystery
¥ Circle ¥ Do What You Have to Do ¥ Drawn to the Rhythm ¥
Elsewhere ¥ Good Enough ¥ Hold On ¥ I Love You ¥ Ice ¥
Ice Cream ¥ Mary ¥ Plenty ¥ Possession ¥ Sweet Surrender
¥ Wait ¥ Witness. Includes tab.
|Grafted from McLachlan's supremely
satisfying 1998 performances, Mirrorball is drawn almost equally from the
and its superior predecessor, Fumbling
(Included also is the lovely,
hard-to -come-by "I Will Remember You.") Live, a haunting ballad such as
"Possession" becomes a fevered, aggressive bit of psychedelia. "Hold On"
reveals new depths when performed behind the beat with morphing time signatures
and driving piano. McLachlan's warmly expressive voice is still at the
epicenter of her performances. She roams through these 14 songs with agile
ease, riding the rails between singing for dramatic arena effect huskily
growling, airily trilling--and knowing what to play down with her sensually
controlled crooning (witness such gems as Fumbling's title song and "Good
Enough"). Overall, McLachlan's vocals match the heavily percussive intensity
of her band and the build of her backing vocalists, producing a more spacious
sound than the precise pitch rendered on her studio recordings. Paige
|Features authentic chords,
strum patterns, melody and lyrics for 20 top songs in their original keys
from this superstar singer-songwriter: Adia ¥ Angel ¥ Building
a Mystery ¥ Circle ¥ Do What You Have to Do ¥ Drawn to the
Rhythm ¥ Elsewhere ¥ Good Enough ¥ Hold On ¥ I Love You
¥ I Will Remember You ¥ Ice Cream ¥ Into the Fire ¥ Mary
¥ The Path of Thorns (Terms) ¥ Plenty ¥ Possession ¥ Shelter
¥ Sweet urrender ¥ Vox.
Women Singer- Songwriters in Their Own Words by Marc Woodworth (Editor),
Emma Dodge Hanson (Photo.)
|Reading Solo is like sitting
down with Sarah McLachlan, Jewel, Sheryl Crow or Ani DiFranco at a cafe
and listening to her tell you who she really is over a cup of coffee.
|Sarah McLachlan: "When I sang
and played I'd get completely lost in what I was doing. During that time,
I was no longer this stupid, useless little ten-year-old who didn't have
any friends. I was someplace else, where none of that could touch me."
A Collection of Sarah McLachlan's Favourite Recipes
Jaime Laurita, Kharen Hill (Photo), SarahMcLachlan
|Ravenous Sarah McLachlan fans
will be happily sated by this sophisticated cookbook-cum-fan
letter. With Plenty: A Collection
of Sarah McLachlan's Favourite Recipes, the Canadian musician reveals the
inventive ways she copes with touring hardships: by taking refuge in Full
of Grace Soufflé, Sweet Surrender Lobster and Grandma's Upside-Down
Apple Tart, to name just a few.
Lilith to Lilith Fair:
|"The book champions the tour
without being cloying, allowing McLachlan to respond to some of
the harsh criticism Lilith
received from some members of the media."
|"I'm all alone,I'm all alone,"
lamented Sarah McLachlan on "Sad Clown," a poor pitiful-me tune from 1988.
That was 11 years, five albums, and a lifetime ago. Today McLachlan hardly
seems sad, and certainly, in light of the incredible success of Lilith
Fair, she's far from lonely. In the three years since Lilith began, McLachlan
has witnessed her festival play to more than a million people, donated
nearly $2 million to charity, and watched herself rise from a nationally
loved Canadian hero to an international superstar. In defiance of all naysayers,
Lilith Fair has continued to sell out stadiums all over North America,
while McLachlan maintains a perpetual hold on the pop music charts.
|If you love Sarah, and then
you'll love this songbook!
The songbook includes a short
bio at the front, with several Sarah quotes, and descriptions of some
of the songs on Fumbling Towards
You'll also find Sarah's artwork,
handwritten lyrics to each song,
and a special full color, six
photo section of Sarah in concert.
McLachlan: Surfacing by Hal Leonard (Editor)
|The 10-song matching folio
to this popular album by multi-Grammy winner Sarah McLachlan