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Sarah McLachlan - Fumbling Towards Ecstasy Album
Sarah McLachlan - Fumbling Towards Ecstasy Album
Performer: Sarah McLachlan
Title: Fumbling Towards Ecstasy
Label: Arista
Country: Europe
Released: 1994
Style: Ethereal, Vocal
Cat: 74321 19032 2
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2465 mb | MP3 size: 1778 mb | WMA size: 2376 mb
Genre: Rock / Disco

Bass – Brian MinatoBass [Additional] – Bill Dillon, Pierre MarchandDrums – Ashwin SoodGuitar – Bill DillonGuitar, Vocals – Sarah McLachlanKeyboards – Pierre MarchandPercussion – Jerry Marotta
2Hold On
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Sarah McLachlanDrum Programming, Keyboards – Pierre MarchandDrums – Ashwin SoodGuitar, Bass – Bill DillonOrgan [Hammond B3] – David Kershaw
Cello – Jane ScarpantoniElectric Guitar, Bass – Bill DillonOrgan [Hammond B3] – David KershawPiano, Vocals – Sarah McLachlan
4Fumbling Towards Ecstasy
Drum Programming [808], Piano, Keyboards – Pierre MarchandDrums – Jerry MarottaGuitar – Bill DillonGuitar, Vocals – Sarah McLachlan
Bass – Brian MinatoDrums – Ashwin Sood, Lou ShefanoGuitar – Bill DillonGuitar, Vocals – Sarah McLachlanKeyboards, Drum Programming – Pierre MarchandOrgan [Hammond B-3] – David Kershaw
Bass – Pierre MarchandDrums, Percussion – Jerry MarottaGuitar, Piano, Vocals – Sarah McLachlanOrgan [Hammond B-3] – David Kershaw
Bass – Brian MinatoDrums – Ashwin SoodGuitar, Guitar [Guitorgan] – Bill DillonKeyboards, Sampler [Found Sound], Bass – Pierre MarchandVocals – Sarah McLachlan
Bass, Drum Programming – Pierre MarchandGuitar, Piano – Bill DillonGuitar, Piano, Vocals – Sarah McLachlan
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Sarah McLachlanDrums, Percussion – Ashwin SoodOrgan [Fake B3], Drum Programming, Bass – Pierre MarchandSaxophone – Michel Dubeau
10Good Enough
Bass – Brian MinatoDrum Programming – Pierre MarchandDrums – Ashwin SoodGuitar, Guitar [Guitorgan] – Bill DillonPiano, Vocals – Sarah McLachlan
Bass, Shaker – Pierre MarchandDrums – Ashwin SoodGuitar, Vocals – Sarah McLachlanOrgan [Hammond B-3] – David Kershaw
Cello – Jane ScarpantoniKeyboards, Bass, Drum Programming – Pierre MarchandPercussion – Jerry MarottaPiano, Vocals – Sarah McLachlan
13Ice Cream
Drums – Guy NadonPiano, Vocals – Sarah McLachlan


  • Design [Painting And Lettering On Lyric Sheet]Sarah McLachlan
  • Design [Painting Detail]Graham Gilmore
  • Design [Sleeve]John Rummen
  • Mastered ByGreg Calbi
  • Mastered By [Premastering], Edited ByNick Keca
  • Photography ByKharen Hill
  • Producer, Recorded By, Mixed ByPierre Marchand
  • Recorded By [Additional Guitars]Roman Klun (tracks: 1)
  • Written-ByJoni Mitchell (tracks: 13), Pierre Marchand (tracks: 12), Sarah McLachlan (tracks: 1 to 12)


Track 12 contains an interlude (5:25-5:45) and also a hidden version of Possession with only vocals and piano (5:48-9:47).

The cover version of Blue by Joni Mitchell is not available on the U.S. album release.

F:BM 650

Printed in England


  • Barcode: 743211903226
  • Label Code: LC3484
  • Matrix / Runout: S 74321190322 02
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI 8707
  • Rights Society: BIEM / GEMA


  • Distributed By – BMG Distribution
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arista Records, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Arista Records, Inc.


Fumbling Towards Ecstasy is the third studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan, released on 22 October 1993, in Canada, 5 February 1994, in the United States, 24 May 1994, in Japan and 14 August 1994, in Australia. It was produced by Pierre Marchand in Montreal McLachlan wrote most of the album while living in a small house near Marchand's studio. Текст песни: All the fear has left me now Im not frightened anymore Its my heart that pounds beneath my flesh its my mouth that pushes out this official website of Sarah McLachlan, featuring tour dates, presale ticketing, news, the official store and more. Fumbling Towards Ecstasy. Release Date. February 15, Towards Ecstasy. Sarah McLachlan - Fumbling Towards Ecstasy 1993. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. Sarah McLachlan. Songs in album Sarah McLachlan - Fumbling Towards Ecstasy 1993. Sarah McLachlan - Possession. Sarah McLachlan - Wait. Sarah McLachlan - Plenty. Sarah McLachlan - Good Enough. Sarah McLachlan - Mary. Sarah McLachlan - Elsewhere. sarah mclachlan. The title Fumbling Towards Ecstasy comes from a poem McLachlan first encountered in high school- Dulce et Decorum Est, written by World War I poet Wilfred Owen. The line had circulated through McLachlans head for years: Quick, boys-An ecstasy of fumblingFitting the clumsy helmets just in time. It depicts the fluttering rhythm issued by of a group of soldiers desperately trying to secure their gas masks and helmets in a fog of poisonous gas. This is the kind of imagery McLachlan was drawn to, of tragedy and horror producing, against all odds, what felt like excerpts of grace. Fumbling Towards Ecstasy is the third studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Sarah McLachlan, released on October 22, 1993 in Canada, via Nettwerk Music Group, and February 5, 1994 in the United States via Arista Records. As of 2009, the album has sold a total of million copies in the United States. Fumbling Towards Ecstasy Q&A. Fumbling Towards Ecstasy is Sarah McLachlan's critically-acclaimed third studio album. It was produced by Pierre Marchand in Montreal, and released in 1993. The album was an immediate hit in Canada, where McLachlan was already an established star. Over the next two years, it became her breakthrough album internationally as well. However, in some countries, most notably the United States, the album was a steady seller that stayed in the middle ranges of the pop charts for almost two years, rather than the 1 smash that McLachlan would achieve with 1997's Surfacing. It is o read more