An excellent candidate for deep storage.|
Fans of Sarah McLachlan and string quartets will both wonder what the point of this album was. Without the words or the expressive vocals that earned McLachlan her following, the melodies and harmonies seem rather barren. The close-miked, gritty sound probably won't appeal to folks who love the silken finesse and precision of a well-drilled classical quartet, either. Note also that the quartets are often nonstandard combinations, like violin/viola/cello/bass.