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Daniel Lanois, Shine

Audio CD

Disk ID: 1205255

Disk length: 40m 26s (13 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 2003

Label: Unknown

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“Shine” Tracks & Durations

1. I love you ft Emmylou Harris 3:09
2. Falling at your feet ft Bono 1:30
3. As tears roll by 3:55
4. Sometimes 2:28
5. Shine 3:30
6. Transmitter 2:02
7. San Juan 2:33
8. Matador 5:02
9. Space kay 2:01
10. Slow giving 2:33
11. Fire 3:39
12. Power Of One 3:43
13. JJ Leaves LA 4:13

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Daniel Lanois, while a prolific producer, is is a frustratingly sporadic recording artist. He's also a surprising one, given that the albums he has produced (think of The Joshua Tree, All That You Can't Leave Behind, So, Oh Mercy) are characterized by surging, luxuriant audioscapes, his own works are resolutely modest. Shine, indeed, is almost lo-fi. The only link between Lanois's big-budget productions and this unassuming record is the personnel. Lanois possesses a star-studded Rolodex and he's not shy about using it: Emmylou Harris contributes backing vocals to the opening track, while "Falling at Your Feet," is a duet with its co-author, Bono . The remainder of Shine features thoughtful, subtle songwriting. Meanwhile, the limitations of Lanois's vocals lend an engaging frailty, leavened with bleak, lonely, instrumental interludes. --Andrew MuellerThe man responsible for some of the greatest albums of the last twenty years presents his third and finest solo release. Daniel Lanois' Shine is warm, organic and dazzling; the songs run the gamut from melodic roots/pop to distinctive, pedal steel fueled instrumentals. One listen to Shine, and you will hear how artists from U2 to Bob Dylan to Peter Gabriel have benefited from Daniel's unique talents.Daniel Lanois is one of Rock's great renaissance men. He has produced U2's biggest albums, including 'The Joshua Tree' and their latest, 'All That You Can Leave Behind'. The Canadian version features an exclusive track, 'Red' (which is not printed on the tracklisting). Highlights of this 14 track edition include, 'Falling On Your Feet' with Bono and 'I Love You' which features Emmylou Harris on backing vocals. Digipak. 2003.

Other Versions

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Daniel Lanois - Shine

Tracks: 13, Disk length: 45m 58s (+5m 32s)

Daniel Lanois - Shine

Tracks: 13, Disk length: 46m 23s (+5m 57s)

Daniel Lanois - Shine

Tracks: 14 (+1 tracks), Disk length: 49m 20s (+8m 54s)