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My Skin - Natalie Merchant - Ophelia (CD, Album)


Download My Skin - Natalie Merchant - Ophelia (CD, Album)
1998
Label: Elektra - 62270-2 • Format: CD HDCD, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Soft Rock


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8 thoughts on “ My Skin - Natalie Merchant - Ophelia (CD, Album)

  1. "Ophelia" is probably her richest sounding solo CD. Where "Tigerlily" was poppy, and "Motherland" was willfully folky, "Ophelia" uses classical instruments to expand the sound. The CD contains three songs that were singles: "Life is Sweet", "Kind and Generous", and "Break Your Heart", so it has more than its share of good hummable singles/5().
  2. All songs written by Natalie Merchant except When They Ring The Golden Bells by Dion de Marbelle Track 11 contains a hidden song (track ). Track lasts for before a period of silence/5(13).
  3. Feb 06,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Ophelia on Discogs. Label: Elektra - • Format: CD HDCD, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Soft Rock/5(40).
  4. Track Ophelia (Reprise) is unlisted and plays as part of track Ophelia (Reprise) is referred separately in the credits. Package includes a double-sided 4-panel insert including front cover, credits, publishing credits and photographs All songs written by Natalie Merchant except When They Ring The Golden Bells by Dion de Marbelle /5(2).
  5. Tigerlily established that Natalie Merchant could survive outside of 10, Maniacs, both commercially and artistically. Its follow-up album, Ophelia, is a bit more problematic. Initially, the album appears to be conceptual, tracing the Ophelia character through modern times.
  6. My Skin. From the album Ophelia. Take a look at my body, look at my hands. There’s so much here that I don’t understand. Your face-saving promises whispered like prayers, I don’t need them. I’ve been treated so wrong; I’ve been treated so long as if I’m becoming untouchable.
  7. Over the years, Merchant has moved from the coffee shop to the Body Shop. As befits a socially committed superstar, on Ophelia she and guest guitarist Daniel Lanois get windy about the shortcomings of our ironic age ("Thick as Thieves"), and she climaxes with a stout hymn ("When They Ring Them Golden Bells"). But a four-song stretch in the middle of her album soars.

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