- Summary: The first solo album in seven years for the Fleetwood Mac vocalist was partially produced by Sheryl Crow. Sarah McLachlan lends her voice to one track. Other guests include Macy Gray and Natalie Maines from the Dixie Chicks.
- Record Label: Reprise
- Genre(s): Rock
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Positive: 13 out of 13
Mixed: 0 out of 13
Negative: 0 out of 13
[Anonymous]Jun 17, 2001This is just a great album. Stevie Nicks has a beautiful voice.
MoniqueG.May 18, 2001My Bella Donna is back and sounding better then she has in years.
Feb 5, 2013My favorite Stevie album next to "Bella Donna" and "Rock a Little." Absolutely beautiful. This album shows off Stevie's beautiful poetryMy favorite Stevie album next to "Bella Donna" and "Rock a Little." Absolutely beautiful. This album shows off Stevie's beautiful poetry better than any album of FM's or Stevie's since "Bella Donna" and "Rumours." Absolutely amazing!… Expand
KathrynS.Jun 19, 2002I think it's a great album... It's art, Stevie's the artist, and I think she's amazing.
joshlNov 15, 2006stevie nicks is always great!!!!!!! loving her...........
May 6, 2011Trouble In Shangri-La is one of Stevie Nicks' best solo albums, probably her best since 1980's Bella Donna. Whereas Nicks had great momentsTrouble In Shangri-La is one of Stevie Nicks' best solo albums, probably her best since 1980's Bella Donna. Whereas Nicks had great moments on her albums The Wild Heart, Rock A Little and The Other Side Of The Mirror, Trouble In Shangri-La is a very consistently good album. "Planets of the Universe" is a great Nicks-written track (and was a #1 Dance hit on Billboard's charts). "Trouble In Shangri-La" offers a killer chorus, "Sorcerer" is a Sheryl Crow-produced 1970s era song, "Every Day" hit #17 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary charts, "Bombay Sapphires" offers a moody meditation on relationships and the ocean, and "Fall From Grace" is a sizzling rocker. This album hit #5 and went Gold in the U.S.… Expand
JyotirmayaDJul 22, 2006Stevie Nicks' voice sounds a little better than it has lately on this CD. I think there are one too many stinkers on this album -- some Stevie Nicks' voice sounds a little better than it has lately on this CD. I think there are one too many stinkers on this album -- some songs are too polished to hide their bad quality; some songs are just plain horrible - why did she decide to put the Tom Petty inspired "That Made Me Stronger?" yech! But being a Stevie fan, I enjoy listening to the one's I like and skip over the one's I don't.… Expand
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