Reclaiming Sinéad O' Connor
A piece from last November . She was sublime. I am so sad.
When you hear her voice, it can be no other
I caught a snatch of Troy by Sinéad O’Connor the other day. “You should have left the light on,” her voice whooshes from hurt to tenderness to rage. What an incredible song it is, said to based on the Yeats poem No Second Troy.
Mandinka is probably the best-known song from The Lion and The Cobra, the 1987 album…
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