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Fumbling Towards Ecstasy
Fumbling Towards Ecstasy

Fumbling Towards Ecstasy

Product ID : 4124261
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Galleon Product ID 4124261
UPC / ISBN 521258063994
Shipping Weight 0.02 lbs
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Shipping Dimension 5.59 x 4.88 x 0.51 inches
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Number Of Discs 1
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 1993
Release Date 1994-02-15
Running Time 53
UPC 521258063994
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Product description Sarah McLachlan: Fumbling Towards Ecstasy! 1993 Arista / BMG Direct Issue! Personnel: Sarah McLachlan (vocals, acoustic & electric guitar, piano); Bill Dillon (guitar, Guitorgan, piano, bass); Jane Scarpantoni (cello); Michel Dubeau (saxophone); Pierre Marchand (piano, keyboards, bass, percussion, programming); David Kershaw (Hammond B-3 organ); Brian Minato (bass); Jerry Marotta (drums, percussion); Guy Nadon, Ashwin Sood, Lou Shefano (drums). TRACKS: 1. Possession; 2. Wait; 3. Plenty; 4. Good Enough; 5. Mary; 6. Elsewhere; 7. Circle; 8. Ice; 9. Hold On; 10. Ice Cream; 11. Fear; & 12. Fumbling Towards Ecstasy. Amazon.com Pre-, McLachlan had critical acclaim and a cult following but was otherwise just another hard-working female singer/songwriter--one who wasn't blasting down doors with overt sexuality or popping along in front of a male Svengali. Similar in their emotional urgency to her more recent work but delightfully less polished, these folk-rock songs are surprising gems. If not for McLachlan's poignant vocals, lyrics like "Your love is better than ice cream" (on "Ice Cream") would sound childishly absurd (especially alongside deeper material like "Hold On"), but here they're given just as much respect as the weightier issues she explores. A great album to accompany your moments of introspection. --Rebecca Wallwork