She Who Dwells
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"Ain't it a shame", by B'52; the classic Abba's song, "Chiquitita" or "Do Right Woman" by Aretha Franklin are some of the covers that the buyer of this album will appreciate. Sinéad O'Connor offers a new vision of these songs with her special and sweet voice, but also with the work of producers like Brian Eno or Adrian Sherwood.
The second disc is a review of Sinéad's career, and there are hits like Nothing compares 2 U, Thank You For Hearing Me, and also songs from her last CD, "Sean-Nos Nua". The setlist of this live CD is the same than her DVD "Goodnight, Thank You, You've Been a Lovely Audience," which was recorded in October 2002, in Dublin.
"She Who Dwells" is a gift that will show in the near future what a lot of people know now: Sinéad is a talented singer that has clearly said a lot of things.
she lives in . To follow with an immediate new album similarly
is no shock , perhaps what is, is the depth and range of her out-take catalogue , you kind of knew she liked many of the covers and they would have graced her "Am I not your girl" , Album . I
never thought I would own an ABBA track , I now do , dam it , I
think I even hummed along. For good measure you get a live CD
of the last tour with many of the songs being stripped down to the bone and as you would expect , her voice, floats in and out
of the notes as if a free spirit . If its the end of her carear
its a nice fullstop , if not its an even better comma.
As mentioned, disc one gathers demos, b-sides and other obscure tracks, and most of them are among her best recordings, period. It is beyond me why none of these appeared on any of her studio albums, as they are every bit as stunning as anything that appears on those. She tackles everything from straight pop "Chiquitita", to pure soul "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man", to country "Dense Water, Deeper Down", to rock "Ain't It a Shame", and there is not a bad apple in the lot. Her ability to completely emerge herself in whatever genre she is singing is uncanny. She is as much at home singing reggae (A Hundred Thousand Angels) as she is singing Traditional tunes (Song of Jerusalem), it is almost scary how flexible she is.
The second disc is the CD version of the DVD-released show "Goodnight, thank you. You've Been a Lovely Audience", and it displays her amazing ability as a live performer. She picked out a few Traditional tracks from her then newest release "Sean Nos-Nua" and a couple of her oldies. All of the tracks blend perfectly together, and the entire set is very cohesive. But, the best thing about this show is of course that voice of hers. She's lost NONE of her power, but she does sing the songs differently.Read more ›
This is a cd not very known but absolutely unique for this singer.
Sinead O'connor discography should b e reconsidered and this one is one of her best