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Sinead O'Connor new album -'Theology'

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16.04.2007, 08:51
Sinead O'Connor has revealed the details of her forthcoming album.

The double-disc 'Theology' is due out June 26 in the US, and features
original songs as well as several covers.
The album includes eight original songs written by O'Connor, as well
as covers including Curtis Mayfield's 'We People Who Are Darker Than
Blue', Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's 'I Don't Know How To Love'
from the musical 'Jesus Christ Superstar', and the reggae
spiritual 'Rivers of Babylon' with new lyrics penned by O'Connor.
"'Theology' is an attempt to create a place of peace in a time of
war," said O'Connor.
"It is my own personal response to what has taken place and is
affecting everyone around the world since and including September 11,
2001. I simply wanted to make a beautiful thing which inspires me,"
she added.
The album was recorded in two separate sessions in Dublin and London.
The first disc features the 'Dublin Sessions' - a minimalist acoustic
affair produced by Irish musician Steve Cooney, known for his work
with The Chieftains.
The second disc features the 'London Sessions', produced by Ron Tom
and featuring a full band including drums, bass, guitar, piano, harp,
violins, celli, French horn, flute, backing vocals and percussion.
Reggae bass legend Robbie Shakespeare makes an appearance.

The 'Theology' tracklisting is:

Disc 1 - Dublin Sessions

'Something Beautiful'
'We People Who Are Darker Than Blue'
'Out Of The Depths'
'Dark I Am Yet Lovely'
'If You Had A Vineyard'
'Watcher Of Men'
'33'
'The Glory Of Jah'
'Whomsoever Dwells'
'Rivers Of Babylon'
'Hosanna Filio David'

Disc 2 - London Sessions

'Something Beautiful'
'We People Who Are Darker Than Blue'
'Out Of The Depths'
'33'
'Dark I Am Yet Lovely'
'I Don't Know How To Love Him'
'If You Had A Vineyard'
'The Glory Of Jah'
'Watcher Of Men'
'Whomsoever Dwells'
'Rivers Of Babylon'

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