Sarah Slean





Sarah Slean


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in Pickering, Ontario, Canada
June 21, 1977

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Sarah Hope Slean, b. 21 June 1977

Although perhaps best known as a recording artist, in addition to releasing nine solo albums and contributing to a variety of other artists’ projects as a vocalist, pianist and arranger, the two time Gemini and three time JUNO Award nominee has consistently refined her singular voice as an artist by expressing herself in a variety of contexts; as an actress, appearing in films such as David Morton’s Black Widow (2005) and CJ Wallis’s Last Flowers, as a poet, publishing two volumes of poetry, Ravens (2004) and The Baroness (2008) and as a talented visual artist.

Slean attended Dunbarton High School in Pickering. She initially studied music at York University. She then completed a degree in music and philosophy
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Wow. I'm experiencing a tingling mixture of shock and glee right now. I just read a Forbes article about American musician Beck whose latest idea will undoubtedly be seen as a major moment in music for years to come. This is exactly what philosopher of science David Deutsch would call "The Beginning of Infinity" - 
that moment in the Jackson Pollock movie when Marcia Gay Harden's character says,... Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 3.88 · 25 ratings · 5 reviews · 2 distinct works
Ravens

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The Baroness

3.75 avg rating — 12 ratings — published 2008
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“Because life is short. I feel we’re made of a hunger, a desire for life – if that can be described as a material. As I get older, I’m trying to open that channel more. If you don’t, if you close off desire and get complacent, life loses its freshness and sweetness, and that’s what I crave. That’s my bliss.”
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“Love me for stupid reasons,
I like those most.”
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“The truth will form and fall apart again.”
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tags: truth



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