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No Borders Here
Jane Siberry
No Borders Here
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, Jazz, Pop
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All Artists: Jane Siberry
Title: No Borders Here
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Windham Hill Records
Release Date: 10/25/1990
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, Jazz, Pop
Styles: Traditional Folk, Traditional Jazz & Ragtime, Singer-Songwriters, Adult Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 019341030225

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Sonic Poetry
Pieter | Johannesburg | 12/01/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The artist's singular vision manifests here in nine varied and textured songs, of which my favorites are Dancing Class with its snatch of conversation (in German and English) in the middle, Follow Me, a fast rousing song with cinematic images, the complex little symphony called Mimi On The Beach, and the atmospheric Map Of The World (Part 1). There's a cinematic quality to the music - the songs are like crafted sonic poems but no less warm and moving for that. Siberry's talent is to communicate with the higher regions of the soul - her best songs all have a spiritual resonance. This may not be considered her best by the fans, but it deserves five stars for the above-mentioned classics. It's my favorite Siberry album, along with When I Was A Boy and The Speckless Sky. Truly timeless music and an uplifting listening experience."
An Ever Changing Artist
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Having been a Jane fan since 1985 (with the US release of "No Border Here"), this is still one of her best collections. It carries the purity of her early days along with the complexity that Jane retains today. "Map of the World (Part I)" is so ethereal, layered with such gossamer vocals. "I Muse Aloud" is about those moments when being in love expands to being in love with the whole world in an innocent way and the lover is seem through blinders... yet as often occurs when the blinders are removed the relationship ends and the two artists no longer work together. Don't expect any two Jane CD's to have a similar sound, you will be very disappointed."
Men & Women, listen to...
Noel Pratt | Washington, D.C., and better places | 10/22/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

""I Muse Aloud," its amazing lyrics, in apparent sincerity and with no irony. I absolutely so appreciate the freedom of the message and attitude here. With her sweet smile all the while, she tells of how she fills her guy up with so much love that he naturaly wants to share it with the other women he's around. Love *is* everything, isn't it, and it doesn't deplete with the sharing, but grows. The video is also very fun. This song sold me on Jane Siberry."