Rarities, B-Sides & Other Stuff, Vol. 2

Rarities, B-Sides & Other Stuff, Vol. 2

by Sarah McLachlan



Culled from Sarah McLachlan’s illustrious recording career, the Rarities, B-Sides and Other Stuff, Volume 2 collection contains just what the title suggests -- live performances, rare recordings, remixes, and soundtrack contributions. In addition, the album includes exceptional, one-of-a-kind duets with Bryan Adams, Cyndi Lauper, and Emmylou Harris.

Product Details

Release Date: 04/29/2008
Label: Arista
UPC: 0886972916026
catalogNumber: 729160

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Sarah McLachlan   Primary Artist,Piano,Vocals
Emmylou Harris   Vocals
Mark Egan   Electric Bass
Ladysmith Black Mambazo   Vocals
Cyndi Lauper   Vocals
Glen Ballard   Keyboards
Matt Chamberlain   Drums
Rob Hyman   Organ
Pierre Marchand   Keyboards
Sammy Merendino   Drums
Chris Potter   Bass Drums
Jamie West-Oram   Guitar
Brian Minato   Electric Bass
Ashwin Sood   Vocals,Toy Piano
Sean Ashby   Acoustic Guitar
Tiësto   DJ
Stewart Cole   Trumpet
Simon Smith   Electric Bass

Technical Credits

Harry Chapin   Composer
Cyndi Lauper   Composer,Audio Production
John Lennon   Composer
Paul McCartney   Composer
Joni Mitchell   Composer
Randy Newman   Arranger,Composer,Audio Production
Paul Simon   Composer
Sarah McLachlan   Composer
Kenny Ascher   Composer
Glen Ballard   Composer,Audio Production
Rhys Fulber   Composer
Randy Kerber   Arranger
Pierre Marchand   Audio Production
Darryl McDaniels   Composer
Alex North   Composer
Paul Williams   Composer
Hy Zaret   Composer
Gretchen Peters   Composer
Gavin Greenaway   Composer
Ned Douglas   Programming
Traditional   Composer
Paul Williams   Composer
David A. Stewart   Composer,Audio Production
Professor Funk   Audio Production
Ola Klüft   Composer

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Rarities, B-Sides & Other Stuff, Vol. 2 [2008] 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
renhazard More than 1 year ago
This is a great CD!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have heard friends criticize Sarah McClachlan as being "whiny" or "insipid". I sort of know what they were getting at. But when I played this new release, I was blown away. And when it got to her famous song "Angel" a duet with Emmylou Harris here, it tore my heart out. I realized for the first time how raw those lyrics really are. I've heard the song a thousand times, but it's as if I heard it for the first time. I find the cut "Prayer of St. Francis" to be pure genius. This is one of those rare unexpected finds.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago