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Sarah McLachlan - Adia flac album

Sarah McLachlan - Adia flac album Performer: Sarah McLachlan
Title: Adia
Style: Folk Rock, Soft Rock
Released: 1998
Country: Canada
MP3 album: 1435 mb
FLAC album: 1900 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: APE MOD VQF AA DXD WAV AUD
Genre: Rock

This is the discography of Canadian musician, singer, songwriter and pianist, Sarah McLachlan. Her debut album, Touch was released in 1988 and included first singles: "Vox", "Steaming" and "Ben's Song". The album charted in Canada and the United States and was certified platinum in Canada and gold in the US. The next album, Solace was issued in 1991. It peaked at number twenty in Canada and was certified double platinum there. Solace also charted in the US, where it was certified gold.

The Essential is a compilation album by Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan, released on 20 August 2013 by Legacy Recordings. It includes thirty-six songs, covering McLachlan's career from her debut album Touch (1988) through to 2010's Laws of Illusion. The Essential features the global hits like "Adia" and "Angel", and also tracks recorded especially for soundtracks, as well as covers.

Album: Surfacing (1997). Charted: 18 3. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Adia is a female name meaning "God's Gift. Sarah chose it simply because she liked the sound of it. This was nominated for the 1999 Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. Celine Dion won it for "My Heart Will Go O. In a 1999 interview on The Rosie O'Donnell Show, McLachlan explained that this song was originally called "Emily," but she picked another name because of the Simon & Garfunkel song "For Emily, Whenever I May Find He. McLachlan added that the Kenny Rogers song "You Picked A Fine Time To Leave Me Lucille" was.

Adia is a song from Sarah McLachlan’s album Surfacing, and it talks about her problems dealing with feeling responsible for everyone else, as she mentions on her 1998 performance in VH1 Storytellers. The song peaked at in the United States and Canada. Written By Sarah McLachlan & Pierre Marchand. Background Vocals Ash Sood. Release Date May 4, 1998.

Sarah McLachlan U Want Me 2 (In Studio Performance w/ Interview Introduction). Listen online and stay in a good mood.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Adia (Album Version)
Bass – Brian MinatoDrums, Percussion, Backing Vocals – Ash Sood*Remix – Tom Lord-AlgeWritten-By, Bass, Keyboards, Producer, Mixed By, Recorded By – Pierre MarchandWritten-By, Vocals, Piano, Acoustic Guitar – Sarah McLachlan
4:03
2 Adia (Remix)
Remix – Tom Lord-Alge
4:04

Credits

  • Design – John Rummen
  • Photography By – Kharen Hill

Notes

Issued in a cardboard sleeve. "made in the eu."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 743216070428
  • Label Code: LC 34844
  • Price Code: f:bm 690
  • Rights Society: biem/gema

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
0 6700 33095 2 3 Sarah McLachlan Adia ‎(CD, Single) Nettwerk 0 6700 33095 2 3 Canada 1998
07822-13497-2 Sarah McLachlan Adia ‎(CD, Single, Car) Arista 07822-13497-2 US 1998
7 43216 13904 0 Sarah McLachlan Adia ‎(Cass, Single) Arista 7 43216 13904 0 UK 1998
74321 60703 2, 74321-60703-2 Sarah McLachlan Adia ‎(CD, Single) Arista, Arista 74321 60703 2, 74321-60703-2 Germany 1998
ASCD-3475 Sarah McLachlan Adia ‎(CD, Single, Promo) Arista ASCD-3475 US 1998