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Sarah Mc Lachlan couldn’t have been in a much different place when she wrote most of the songs on her new album, “Shine On,” than where she found herself in writing her previous CD, “Laws Of Illusion.” That 2010 album came in the aftermath of her divorce from Ashwin Sood, which left Mc Lachlan moving into her 40s as a newly single mother of two daughters, ages 7 and 12. I want to do something else, but I was quite stuck.” What changed was meeting former NHL hockey player Geoff Courtnall and realizing there was a spark between them.
The guy, after all, played one of the toughest sports there is, hockey, building a solid 16-year NHL career.
But it did take me a long while to be able to write again because I was just too far down a deep dark hole to do anything.
So it was nice to be able to embrace a new story.” Courtnall, at least on paper, might not seem like the most likely person to click with Mc Lachlan, who is known for her sensitive, intelligent and emotionally rich songwriting.
Singer Sarah Mc Lachlan has opened up about her devastating divorce from her drummer ex-husband, Ashwin Sood.
They were married on January 1, 1824, at the plantation home of the bride's parents near Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Sarah Jane Smith was ABOUT to get married to a man named Peter Dawton in "The Sarah Jane Adventures" but finds out that the Trickster is using him. “When I started writing this record, over three years ago, I started writing some of the same songs over again, lyrically,” she said. Courtnall came into Mc Lachlan’s life when he attended a fundraiser she held for the Sarah Mc Lachlan School of Music in Vancouver, B. When Mc Lachlan, 46, got to work on “Shine On,” she had yet to fully move on, and it showed in her lyrics. “I was alone, obviously for over three years, and then I met my, I don’t know what the hell you call it, boyfriend, partner — this guy I’m dating — and all of a sudden, everything sort of opened up for me in a whole new way,” Mc Lachlan said.That’s part of why I respect him so much because he struggled. He had been a hugely steadying force in Mc Lachlan’s life. “And that unconditional love is something that is rarely felt anymore. Like those albums and those that have followed (2004’s “Afterglow,” 2006’s “Wintersong” and “Laws Of Illusion”) “Shine On” has its share of first-rate ballads (“Monsters,” “Broken Heart” and “Surrender And Certainty”) with pretty, well-developed melodies, but there’s also a little bit more edge to a few songs.“In Your Shoes” uses an assertive beat and full-bodied instrumentation to give it some heft.