Next on our list of the 10 Best Sinead O'Connor Songs is one inspired by the birth of her daughter. O'Connor sings of not wanting to be locked down or hurt by love anymore, and the video features the singer in a long-haired wig at her own wedding. O'Connor winds up fleeing the event and ripping off the wig before eventually collapsing on a busy street in her wedding gown. Luckily, she's revived when a few Rastafarians give her a Les Paul guitar painted red, yellow and green - the colors of reggae. This reggae-inspired groove from Sinead’s 1994 album ‘Universal Mother’ was written about one of her most passionate beliefs – bringing an end to child abuse on a global level. The vocal is haunting, and coupled with the subject matter, it's chill inducing.
Songs for Our Times John O'Connor. Flying Fish CD FF 331 (LP, USA, 1984). Produced by John O'Connor and Paul Smith; Recorded by Paul Speer at Nova Recording Services, Seattle, Washington; Mixed by Paul Speer at Steve Lawson Productions, Seattle; Assistant mixing engineer Terry Date; Front cover painting: Real Estate by Elizabeth Johns, photographed by Tom Croy; Cover layout by Kate Thompson. John O'Conner, vocals, guitar, harmonica ; Tim Hall, banjo ; Steve Kinzie, vocals, banjo ; Eric Smith, mandolin, guitar.
John O'Connor may refer to: John O'Connor (Archdeacon of Emly) (fl. 1854–1904), Archdeacon of Emly, 1880–1904. John O'Connor (cardinal) (1920–2000), Roman Catholic Archbishop of New York. John O'Connor (priest) (1870–1952), British Roman Catholic priest, model for the fictional detective Father Brown. John J. O'Connor (bishop of Newark) (1855–1927), Roman Catholic Bishop of Newark. John O'Connor (Canadian politician) (1824–1887), Canadian politician.
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John Grant featuring O'Connor. My Songs, My Friends. Success Has Made a Failure of Our Home". Michael Coulson, Nichola Bruce. a b c "Sinéad O'Connor Album & Song Chart History". Retrieved 2011-02-02. com/artist/siné180/awards.
The BBC artist page for Sinéad O’Connor. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Sinéad O’Connor interviews. In addition to her ten solo albums, her work includes many singles, songs for films, collaborations with many other artists, and appearances at charity fundraising concerts. In 2017, O'Connor said that she had changed her legal name to Magda Davitt. On converting to Islam in 2018, she changed it again to Shuhada' Davitt.
Listen to Sinéad O’Connor and you will hear the story of Ireland. She turned as I approached her and our eyes met. Perhaps she recognised the determined look on my face because she glanced left and right nervously, looking for a getaway. If she walks away, I told myself, I’ll follow her. If she runs, I’ll leap over the tables. But I hold my hands up. I was intimidated by Sinéad O’Connor. I’d never met her before but I’d been half in love with her for a large portion of my life. If I was going to make a fool of myself in front of anyone, it might as well be her.
Biography by Jason Ankeny. Irish singer who combined her distinctive vocal range with striking post-feminist imagery to become an unlikely 1990s superstar. I Do Not Want What I H. inéad O'Connor. The Lion and the Cobra. She Who Dwells in the . Sean-Nós Nua. Sinéad O'Connor.