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Sarah McLachlan: Mirrorball (1999)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Music | Video 12 October 1999
Mirrorball captures Sarah McLachlan at the height of her powers, with arresting performances from her Surfacing Tour of 1997-1998. This set includes her hit rendition of I Will Remember You... See full summary »

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Sophie Muller
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Sarah McLachlan ... Herself - Vocals, Guitar, Piano
Ashwin Sood Ashwin Sood ... Himself - Drums, Percussion
Brian Minato Brian Minato ... Himself - Bass Guitar
Camille Henderson Camille Henderson ... Herself - Backing Vocals
David Sinclair David Sinclair ... Himself - Electric, Acoustic Guitar
Sean Ashby Sean Ashby ... Himself - Electric, Acoustic, Pedal Steel Guitar
Vincent Jones Vincent Jones ... Himself - Keyboards
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Mirrorball captures Sarah McLachlan at the height of her powers, with arresting performances from her Surfacing Tour of 1997-1998. This set includes her hit rendition of I Will Remember You plus Adia, Building A Mystery, Possession and more.

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Documentary | Music

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA | Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 October 1999 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

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Color

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1.55 : 1
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Soundtracks

Into The Fire
Written by Sarah McLachlan / Pierre Marchand
Performed by Sarah McLachlan
Published by Nett Songs Publishing/Chrysalis Songs/MCA Music (SOCAN), Pierre J. Marchand (SOCAN)
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Nice Voice, Pretty Face, Bigoted Lyrics & No Class
26 May 2007 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

Sarah McLachlan has done two songs that bring tears to my eyes every time I hear them: "Angel" and the song from the film "Toy Story 2" (don't know the song's name). Hearing those helped make me buy this DVD, sight-unseen, because I wasn't familiar with her other work.

Wow, what a disappointment. Call me old-fashioned, but I don't want to hear singers, especially ones with sweet voices like McLachlan's, use profanity in their lyrics. It just seems so out of place, and so trashy.

The Canadian singer begins the concert with anti-Christian lyrics. That got things off to a bad start and there is no reason to have that kind of bigotry in your lyrics. Several songs later, I heard the f-word and a few other profanities. Wow, so much for the nice lady with the sweet voice. Is this typical of songwriters and singers of today? I hope not.


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