Land & Sea (album)

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Land & Sea
Landandsea cover.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedSeptember 27, 2011 (Canada)
LabelPheromone Recordings
ProducerJoel Plaskett (Land)
Jonathan Goldsmith and Sarah Slean (Sea)
Sarah Slean chronology
The Baroness Redecorates
Land & Sea
Singles from Land & Sea
  1. "Set It Free"
    Released: May 2, 2011
  2. "The Devil & The Dove"
    Released: June 24, 2012
  3. "Society Song"
    Released: August 16, 2012

Land & Sea is the fifth studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter and pianist Sarah Slean, released on September 27, 2011. It is a double album consisting of the more pop-oriented tunes of Land, and the mellow and orchestral songs of Sea.

The album debuted at #48 in Canada.[1]

Track listing[edit]


All tracks are written by Sarah Slean.

2."The Day We Saved The World"3:48
3."Set It Free"2:45
4."Everybody's On TV"2:58
6."I Am A Light"3:20
7."New Pair of Eyes"3:55
8."Girls Hating Girls"4:10
9."Society Song"3:13
Total length:32:17
  • All songs produced by Joel Plaskett, except "Everybody's On TV" by Royal Wood and Sarah Slean, and "Set It Free" by Greg Johnston.[2]


All tracks are written by Sarah Slean.

1."Cosmic Ballet"6:02
2."Everything by the Gallon"4:20
3."The Devil & The Dove"4:06
5."Attention Archers"3:21
6."You're Not Alone"5:00
7."The One True Love"4:53
8."The Right Words"3:33
9."My Eyes & Your Eyes"3:38
Total length:39:15
  • All songs produced by Jonathan Goldsmith and Sarah Slean, except "Attention Archers" and "My Eyes & Your Eyes" by Sarah Slean.[2]
  • Strings arrangements on "Napoleon", "The Right Words", "The One True Love" and "Cosmic Ballet" by Sarah Slean; on "You're Not Alone", "Everything by the Gallon" and "The Devil & The Dove" by Jonathan Goldsmith.[2]



  1. ^ "CANOE -- JAM! Music - SoundScan Charts". Retrieved 13 January 2016.
  2. ^ a b c Taken from the liner notes of Land & Sea.
  3. ^ "Sarah Slean Joins The Pheromone Recordings Roster!". Pheromone Recordings. March 30, 2011. Retrieved October 2, 2011.

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