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Jane Siberry

Jane Siberry (born October 12, 1955) is a Canadian singer. Born in Toronto, Siberry was attending college and studying microbiology when she released her debut, Jane Siberry[?] in 1981 (see 1981 in music). The album was moderately successful, but the follow-up, No Borders Here[?] was critically acclaimed and included the underground hit "Mimi on the Beach". The Speckless Sky[?] (1985, 1985 in music) was a commercial and critical success, and Siberry moved to a major label[?] in time for The Walking[?] (1988, 1988 in music), which was a critical success but popular failure. In 1993 (see 1993 in music), Siberyr worked with Michael Brook[?] and Brian Eno on When I Was a Boy[?].

Her duet "Calling All Angels" with K.D. Lang first appeared in Wim Wenders' Until the End of the World and was later re-recorded for the Pay It Forward soundtrack.

Soon, Siberry left her label and founded her own, Sheeba Records[?], and released Teenager[?] and a trio of live albums. Her latest album is City[?] (2001, 2001 in music), which includes collaborations with Ghostland[?], Nigel Kennedy and Joe Jackson.



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