Breaking Silence is an album by the singer-songwriter Janis Ian, released in 1993, on Morgan Creek Records in the US and Europe and on Columbia in Canada and the Netherlands. Although Ian was outed as a lesbian in 1976, by the Village Voice, her sexuality was largely ignored until the release of Breaking Silence, when Ian herself brought it to the forefront because of her concern with suicide rates among gay and lesbian teenagers.
BPM Profile Breaking Silence. Album starts at 88BPM, ends at 96BPM (+8), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Janis Ian. The Secret Life of J. Eddy Fink (1968), Who Really Cares (1969).
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Janis Ian is songwriter, performer, and author with 9 Grammy Nominations. Her songs "At 17" and "Society's Child" are in the Grammy Hall Of Fame. The Basics: Produced by Janis Ian & Jeff Balding; recorded in Nashville during 1992; released worldwide in 1993. Some People's Lives" became the title song of a double-platinum album for Bette Midler; "What About the Love" was featured on a platinum album by Amy Grant.
Janis ian: "Breaking silence". Some People's Lives" (arguably her greatest song) and "What About the Love?," the two best selections on Ms. Ian's first album in many years, are collaborations with Kye Fleming and have already been recorded by Bette Midler and Marti Jones. But Ms. Ian's own versions strike truer to their essences. Stephen Holden -New York Times. Moving to Nashville definitely did Ian good: the songwriting and arrangments here are crisp and to the point, with no wasted motion or rambling. Plus, she rocks out on the title track and.
Janis Ian. Breaking Silence. CD - APO (Analogue Production Originals). Breaking Silence finds Ian ditching her past waifishness for a confident, mature, contemporary acoustic approach relying mostly on spare guitar and piano textures. Opening with "All Roads to the River" (also recorded by John Mellencamp), Breaking Silence includes among its highlights the Holocaust-survivor tale "Tattoo" and the dramatic half-a cappella, er title track. Album Breaking Silence. Breaking Silence Lyrics. Come into my solitude Though I weary be Come into my tenderness Dream along with me Listen to the whispers sing Listen to the singers shout Come into my solitude Me and my big mouth. We were speaking Of values and violence Breaking silence. Fathers who are lovers to the daughters that they own Mothers who don't leave a child in a single safety zone People so unhinged, that death is much too kind Come into my solitude, step over that line. Thought i was the only one Thought i was the only one Thought i was the only Thought i was the only Only one Breaking silence. Come into my solitude Welcome to the wheel Come into this wonderland Of wounds that will not heal Walls that do not speak Steps that do not sound Come into my solitude Burn this building down. Janis Ian (b. 1951) produced a constant stream of albums throughout the 1960's and 1970's, culminating with "Between the Lines" (1975) and "Night Rains" (1979). The former album included "At Seventeen", which has become Ian's signature tune. Breaking Silence In 1993, Ian broke the silence. The album immediately became a hit CD among HiFi enthusiasts, because of the minimalistic production employed in the mastering and mixing of the album. No vocal limiters were used, no artificial instruments or digital reverberates were used during recording and mixing. The entire album was recorded, mixed, and mastered on state-of-the-art analogue tape, with no noise reduction.