2000 - Handed by Bruno] Here's
the cover for the new Sinéad album Faith and Courage, as
taken from the French mag Les Inrockuptibles.
01 The Healing Room
2000 - Handed by Fruitdog] Click
to read the sell sheet for Faith and Courage, due out on June 13.
The tracklisting and sequence is not final yet, but there are fifteen tracks
thought to take place on the album:
02 What Doesn't Belong To Me
04 Daddy I'm
06 Hold Back The Night
07 Till I Whisper
08 Emma's Song
09 If U Ever
10 No Man's Woman
11 Summer's End
12 Rainy Day
13 The State
14 Kyrie Eleison
15 Full Circle
2000 - Handed by Christian] The
Irish Times published an article yesterday on Sinéad's HQ gig. Click
to read it!
2000 - Handed by Mandy] Sinéad
played a very special gig at the HQ venue in Dublin last Sunday (April
23). During her chat with John Kelly, she talked about various things --
from her musical influences to the plans for the new album. She also performed
three new songs from the upcoming album as well as many cover numbers,
one of which is Loreena McKennitt's Full Circle. The song is planned
to surface on the John McKenzie film, When The Sky Falls. Read Mandy's
gorgeous review here.
"I have chosen St. Brigid's day in honour of God the Mother, the spirit
of Compassion. As represented by Brigid who brought
2000 - Handed by Ken] A
new publication titled The Whoseday Book - A Unique Diary Book For The
Millenium is now on sale in Ireland. The diary book includes writings,
drawings and photographs of over 300 people for a particular day. Sinéad
chose February 1 to write about, which is St. Brigid's day. Her page is
also accompanied by an illustration of Brigid drawn by her! Here's what
Music to soothe the world. I realise this doesn't look like Brigid! But
it is a representation of feminine creativity. And Peace.
In honour of the Goddess."
to see the drawing.
2000 - Handed by Eduard] Q
Online reports that Sinéad has been promoted by the Tridentine
Church, the Catholic splinter group which ordained her as a priest last
year. According to the article, the promotion has made Sinéad an
Archdeacon in recognition of her work for Dublin's homeless people. Read
the full article here.
Part One (blue sleeve): Nu
Yorican Soul Mix / Nu Yorican Instrumental / Masters At Work Dub 2
2000 - Handed by Eduard] The
12" single set of Release is also out. The tracklisting is as follows:
Part Two (red sleeve):
Rollo Remix / Masters At Work Main Mix
/ Masters At Work Dub 1
2000 - Handed by Ken] Irish
music mag Hot Press featured two articles on Sinéad in its March
issue. The first one is a great piece in which Sinéad answers questions
about her favourite things and tells her concept of things from heaven
to hell - read this interesting article here.
The second one is about the new album Faith and Courage, and
especially about her collaboration with Wyclef Jean. Read it here.
is reported that Sinéad will make her live comeback in April 23
at the HQ venue in Dublin. If the show is a success, it's highly proabable
that she will tour Ireland and the United Kingdom again. The plans for
the show include chat with Irish show presenter John Kelly about her favourite
artists and songs.
17, 2000] Afro
Celt Sound System track
Release is finally out as a single. The
single package includes remixes by Masters At Work, Rollo & Sister
Bliss of Faithless and Nu Yorican. For a sneak preview click here
and hear the radio edit of Rollo's remix! The tracklist and the cover of
the CD single is as follows;
(Album Edit) 4:15
(Rollo Remix - Radio Edit) 3:59
(Nu Yorican Soul Mix) 8:01
2000 - Handed by Christian] Sinéad's
new single No Man's Woman goes to radio stations worldwide. So call
your favourite station and request it!
2000 - Handed by Eralp] Iarla
O Lionaird of Afro Celt Sound System has a new solo album out. Entitled
I Could Read The Sky, the album includes two songs featuring Sinéad!
One is a live performance of a traditional Irish song called Singing
Bird and the second is Sinéad's version of another well known
Irish song, Roisin
Dubh, which she sings in Gaelic.
2000 - Handed by Christian] The
People, an Irish newspaper, has two articles on Sinéad. They're
both on probably one of the most interesting Sinéad stories you've
ever heard. Briefly, she comes across a homeless man on the street while
going to a charity gala and she stops by to take the stranger in her car.
Then she brings him to the party, and spends the evening with him, eventually
finding a hostile for him to say in! Read the main story here
and read the comment here.
2000 - Handed by Marcel] Lyrics
to Sinéad's upcoming single No Man's Woman are available
now! Read the lyrics here.
is the news database of Universal
updated on May 11. Modificated on April 13, 2001.