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Jane Siberry
Jane Siberry (/ˈsɪbri/ SIB-ree, born Jane Stewart, October 12, 1955, Toronto) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, known for such hits as "Mimi on the Beach"
May 10th 2017



Love Is Everything: The Jane Siberry Anthology
Love Is Everything: The Jane Siberry Anthology is a two-disc compilation of songs by the Canadian singer-songwriter Jane Siberry. It was released in 2002
Feb 1st 2016



Jane Siberry (album)
Jane Siberry is the self-titled 1981 debut album by Jane Siberry. The original vinyl album is out of print and consequently has become something of a collector's
Sep 11th 2015



Calling All Angels (Jane Siberry song)
Angels" is a song by the Canadian singer/songwriter Jane Siberry. All songs written by Jane Siberry. US 1991 single (PRO-CD-5398) "Calling All Angels"
Feb 1st 2016



Hush (Jane Siberry album)
Hush is a 2000 album by Jane Siberry. The album is a collection of traditional folk and gospel songs. The album was a nominee for Roots & Traditional Album
May 12th 2014



City (Jane Siberry album)
City is a 2001 album by Siberry Jane Siberry. It is a collection of songs which mostly had not previously appeared on a regular Siberry album, comprising tracks
Jul 6th 2014



Maria (album)
a 1995 critically acclaimed album by Canadian singer and songwriter Jane Siberry. It was her first album not to include any musical contributions from
Nov 11th 2016



Teenager (Jane Siberry album)
Teenager is a 1996 album by Jane Siberry. It was her first release for Sheeba Records, the independent label she established for herself after the end
May 12th 2014



A Day in the Life (Jane Siberry album)
A Day in the Life is an album by Jane Siberry, released in 1997. It was the second release on her own Sheeba Records label after leaving Reprise. It is
May 12th 2014



No Borders Here
Here is the second album (and first to be available outside Canada) by Jane Siberry. The album's single "Mimi on the Beach" was Siberry's breakthrough hit
Mar 31st 2016



Mimi on the Beach
singer/songwriter Jane Siberry. It is the only single released in support of her second album No Borders Here, first issued in 1984. All songs written by Jane Siberry
Feb 1st 2016



Sail Across the Water
singer/songwriter Jane Siberry. It is the only single released in support of her sixth album When I Was a Boy, issued in 1993. All songs written by Jane Siberry. US
Feb 1st 2016



One More Colour
"One More Colour" is a song by the Canadian singer/songwriter Jane Siberry. It is the first single released in support of her third album The Speckless
Aug 2nd 2016



Summer in the Yukon
Summer in the Yukon is a 1992 compilation album by Jane Siberry. It was released only in the United Kingdom. In Canada, the compilation A Collection 1984-1989
Mar 18th 2014



When I Was a Boy
When I Was a Boy is a 1993 album by Jane Siberry. Internationally, it is her most famous album. In Siberry's native Canada, however, the album was commercially
May 10th 2017



Bound by the Beauty
Bound By the Beauty is a 1989 album by Jane Siberry. It received better reviews than her previous album, The Walking,[citation needed] and the title track
May 16th 2016



The Walking
Walking is an avant-garde music/experimental film score studio album by Jane Siberry. The album was released on Reprise Records internationally, but remained
Jan 11th 2017



The Speckless Sky
The Speckless Sky is an album by Jane Siberry. It was Siberry's highest-charting album on the Canadian charts and contains her biggest Top 40 hit, "One
Feb 1st 2016



Map of the World (Part II)
Jane Siberry. It is the second single released in support of her second album The Speckless Sky, issued in 1985. All songs written by Jane Siberry.
Feb 1st 2016



With What Shall I Keep Warm?
singer-songwriter Jane Siberry. The album artwork features both the names Issa and Jane Siberry (she changed her name back to Jane Siberry around the time
Nov 21st 2016



A Collection 1984–1989
A Collection 1984–1989 is a 1995 greatest hits compilation of her by Jane Siberry. It was released in Canada and the United States. Later that year, the
Feb 26th 2014



Lips: Music for Saying It
Lips: Music for Jane Siberry. It presents material she recorded at a 1996 concert at the famed New York City jazz club
Jun 26th 2012



Dragon Dreams
Dreams is a studio album released in 2008 by Canadian singer-songwriter Jane Siberry under the name Issa. According to the album artwork, it is "the first
May 12th 2014



Tree: Music for Films and Forests
Tree: Music for Films and Forests is a 1999 live album by Jane Siberry. It presents a concert she recorded at New York City's famed Bottom Line jazz club
Jul 6th 2014



Love Is Everything
(Johnny Mathis album), 1965 Love-Is-EverythingLove Is Everything: The Jane Siberry Anthology, 2002, by Jane Siberry Love-Is-EverythingLove Is Everything (George Strait album), 2013 Love
Dec 27th 2015



Shushan the Palace: Hymns of Earth
Shushan the Palace: Hymns of Earth is a 2003 album by Jane Siberry. It is her third Christmas-themed album, following 1994's Count Your Blessings, a live
May 12th 2014



The Top of His Head (soundtrack)
with the exception of "This Old Earth", which was written and sung by Jane Siberry, and a cover of "The-Way-You-Look-TonightThe Way You Look Tonight". The music was recorded at
Oct 26th 2016



Sheeba Records
Records is a Canadian independent record label, owned and operated by Siberry Jane Siberry. Siberry established Sheeba to release her albums following the end of
Oct 22nd 2011



Count Your Blessings (compilation album)
name (included as its first track), presenting a concert recorded by Jane Siberry, Holly Cole, Rebecca Jenkins, Mary Margaret O'Hara and Victoria Williams
May 13th 2014



Child: Music for the Christmas Season
Child: Music for the Christmas Season is a 1997 live double album by Jane Siberry. It presents material she recorded at two 1996 concerts at the famed
Mar 10th 2017



Time and Love: The Music of Laura Nyro
Almost all of the artists recorded Nyro'sNyro's songs. The exception was Jane Siberry, who contributed an original song which combined her own tribute to Nyro
Dec 25th 2016



Jane (given name)
American actress and sex symbol Jane Seymour (born 1951), English actress Jane Siberry (born 1955), Canadian singer/songwriter, has changed her name to "Issa"
Mar 17th 2017



Map of the World
"Map of the World (Part II)", song by the Canadian singer/songwriter Jane Siberry from her 1985 album The Speckless Sky A General Map of the World, or
Oct 23rd 2016



Calling All Angels (disambiguation)
2003 song by Train. Calling All Angels may also refer to: "Calling All Angels" (Jane Siberry song), 1991 "Calling All Angels" (Lenny Kravitz song), 2004
Mar 12th 2017



Rebecca Jenkins
recreations. As a singer, Jenkins has primarily been a backing vocalist for Jane Siberry and Parachute Club. She has also recorded tracks for a number of Canadian
Jan 15th 2017



A Day in the Life (disambiguation)
Hawthorne Heights A Day in the Life (Eric Benet album) A Day in the Life (Jane Siberry album) A Day in the Life (Wes Montgomery album) Help!: A Day in the Life
May 15th 2016



A Collection
1989 album by Barbra Streisand A Collection 1984–1989, a 1995 album by Jane Siberry A Collection (DVD), a 2005 DVD by New Order All pages beginning with
Jun 23rd 2014



Oh My My
"Oh My My", a song by Ani DiFranco from Evolve "Oh My My", a song by Jane Siberry from Maria "Oh My My", a song by Jill Barber from Chances "Oh My My"
Sep 29th 2016



2 Nice Girls
Joan Armatrading's "Love and Affection". The Sweet Postcard Follow Me (Jane Siberry) Goons Money I Spent My Last $10 On Birth Control & Beer Sweet Jane (With
Aug 21st 2013



Suffragette Sessions
participants included Gail Ann Dorsey, Lisa Germano, Lourdes Perez, Kate Schellenbach, Jane Siberry, Jean Smith, Josephine Wiggs and Thalia Zedek. [1]
Sep 4th 2016



Duke Street Records
wide variety of genres, by artists such as Art Bergmann, The Front, Jane Siberry, FM, Rik Emmett, Willie P. Bennett, Rob McConnell, Scott Merritt, Chalk
Apr 6th 2015



Heaven & Hell (Joe Jackson album)
from the Crash Test Dummies ("Passacaglia/A Bud and a Slice (Sloth)"), Jane Siberry ("The Bridge (Envy)"); and violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg ("Prelude"
Jan 2nd 2017



The Top of His Head
soundtrack, The Top of His Head was written and composed by Fred Frith. Jane Siberry also contributed a song, "This Old Earth", which was nominated for Best
Mar 9th 2017



Juno Awards of 1994
and "Alien Shore" from Counterparts by Rush Jane Siberry, "Temple" from When I Was a Boy by Jane Siberry Winner: Kevin Doyle, "Old Cape Cod" and "Cry
Jan 2nd 2017



Dave Clark (Canadian musician)
collaborated with such artists as Charles Spearin, Gord Downie, The Inbreds, Jane Siberry, Julie Doiron, and the Sun Ra Arkestra. He is perhaps best known for
Jul 9th 2016



Peter Kiesewalter
Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization. Kiesewalter is music director for Jane Siberry. Since August 2014, Kiesewalter has also been the music director and
Sep 8th 2016



Kick at the Darkness
Land" - Chris Bottomley "A Long Time Love Song" - Martin Tielli and Jane Siberry "One Day I Walk" - Skydiggers "Feet Fall on the Road" - Five Guys Named
Sep 27th 2016



Teenager (disambiguation)
ages of 13 and 19. Teenager or teenagers may also refer to: Teenager (Jane Siberry album) Teenager (The Thrills album) Teenager (Fujifabric album), 2008
Nov 7th 2016



Scott Merritt
"Transistor" as a single, and sent him out on tour as an opening act for Jane Siberry. He followed up later the same year with his third album Gravity Is Mutual
Sep 11th 2015



Gavin Bradley
Toronto who has worked with artists like Nelly Furtado, Tori Amos and Jane Siberry. Fusing acoustic and electronic elements, his work is identifiable for
Dec 18th 2016





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