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Rachael Sage - Chandelier Album
Rock
Performer: Rachael Sage
Title: Chandelier
Style: Pop Rock
Year 2004
Country US
Label Mpress Records
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 094
MP3 size: 1700 mb
FLAC size: 2129 mb
WMA size: 2683 mb
Record From: CD, Album, Promo, Cardboard Sleeve

Rachael Sage - Chandelier Album

Tracklist

1Beloved
2Blue Light
3Mexico
4Invicible
5Moonlight & Fireflies
6Corinne
7My Word
8Vertigo
9Chandelier
10Hunger In John
11Wishbone
12Site-Seeing
13Angel In My View

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MP4545-2Rachael Sage Chandelier ‎(CD, Album)MPress RecordsMP4545-2US2008

Credits

  • Mixed ByKevin Killen
  • ProducerRachael Sage
  • Recorded ByJohn Shyloski

Notes

Not For Sale. Promo Only;
Unmastered Advanced CD.

Album

Chandelier is Rachael Sage's eighth album, released in 2008. All songs written by Rachael Sage unless otherwise indicated. Vertigo 3:04. Invincible 4:22. Angel In My View 3:46. Blue Light 4:28. My Word 3:06. Corinne 3:32. Mexico 4:21 by Jay Clifford, 2004. Wishbone 4:07. Moonlight & Fireflies 5:26. Site-Seeing 4:19. Hunger In John 3:28. Beloved 4:10. Chandelier 5:03. Rachael Sage vocals, piano, Wurlitz. US folk singer Rachel Sage's new album is due to be released in the UK. Speaking to us she told us what inspired her to write 'Chandelier'. Chandelier is Rachael Sage's eighth self-released album in the last 12 years, and in describing her, it seems necessary to fall back on comparisons with some of her contemporaries. With her piano-based poprock arrangements. This sort of veering from the ridiculous to the sublime tends to make the quality of Sage's songs uneven and to rob her of the ability to rise above her better-known peers. If Chandelier were her debut album, it could be said to demonstrate promise as an eighth album, it suggests that a longstanding potential has not yet been fulfilled. Rachael Sage. Rachael Sage - Chandelier 2004. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Songs in album Rachael Sage - Chandelier 2004. Rachael Sage - Vertigo. Rachael Sage - Invincible. Rachael Sage - Angel In My View. Rachael Sage - Blue Light. Rachael Sage - My Word. Rachael Sage - Corinne. Rachael Sage - Mexico. Rachael Sage - Wishbone. Rachael Sage -. Chandelier, 2008. Vertigo, 03:04. Angel In My View, 03:46. Watch the video for Chandelier from Rachael Sage's Chandelier for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Rachael Sages tenth album, HAUNTED BY YOU, is a song cycle about passion. As the NYC-based artist explains, I fell recklessly in and out of love multiple times while writing this record. I broke a couple heartsand I also had my hear read more. Chandelier Rachael Sage album. Track listing. Chandelier is the eighth album by New York songstress and MPress Records founder Rachael Sage. Self-produced by Sage, recorded by John Shyloski and mixed by Grammy Winner Kevin Killen Elvis Costello, U2, the album is filled with what MOJO Magazine describes as 'warm, New York charm' and centers around the theme of fragility. I love Rachael Sage's new CD, Chandelier The songs are an eclectic mix of strength, tenacity, and fragility as expressed in love, unrequited love, manipulated love, adultery, and the fantasies and disappointment inherent in so many love relationships. Sage's lyrics are pure poetry - intense, stunning, emotive. Song Youtube link Chandelier is a song by Rachael Sage. It was used for Brynn 's solo Coronation in New Season, New Rules. Youtube link Brynn's solo. What if I woke up tomorrow and I couldn't sing The truth is I don't really know just what that'd mean But maybe I'd be relieved to find out That silence is sweeter than doubt. What if I woke up tomorrow and I couldn't laugh The truth is I don't really know just what I'd lack But maybe I'd be relieved not miss What everyone else brags is bliss. Chandelier, the eighth release by prolific New York singer-songwriter Rachael Sage, raises an interesting question: How is it that an album can be so thoroughly well-crafted - that is, so adroitly performed, pleasantly sung, clearly produced and lyrically solid - and still not be all that good The issue here seems to be less one of talent, which Sage has proven herself to possess over the course of her many recordings I remain a big fan of her lovely 2003 outing Public Record, than of fire. These songs appear to have all the right ingredients for a captivating folk-pop record but lack the