City

For her 13th album, Jane Siberry has compiled a gorgeous album that brings together numerous winning moments—collaborations and music for films—from her past.

For her 13th album, Jane Siberry has compiled a gorgeous album that brings together numerous winning moments—collaborations and music for films—from her past. Tracks like the dreamy "My Mother Is Not the White Dove" (produced by the Propellerheads' Alex Gifford) and the feisty "Harmonix/I Went Down to the River" were recorded in the mid-'90s at Peter Gabriel's Real World Studios. Other key collaborations include "The Bridge" (with Joe Jackson) and the sweet, somewhat teary-eyed, "When I Think of Laura Nyro," a collage of the late singer/songwriter's music. In the soundtrack department, "It Can't Rain All the Time" (The Crow) and "Calling All Angels" (from 1991's Until the End of the World and last year's Pay It Forward) are quietly beautiful, while "All the Pretty Ponies" (Barney's Great Adventure) is a playful lullaby. City is available exclusively at janesiberry.com and at the artist's live shows.—MP