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She Who Dwells....
Sinead O'connor

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Year: 2003
Categorie: Collaboration/Rock
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Label: Vanguard Records 
 1.- Regina Caeli (traditional)         
 2.- O Filii et Filiae" (traditional)   
 3.- My Love I Bring                    
 4.- Do Right Woman                     
 5.- Love Hurts                         
 6.- Ain't It a Shame                   
 7.- Chiquitita                         
 8.- Brigidine Diana                    
 9.- It's All Good                      
10.- Love is Ours                       
11.- A Hundred Thousand Angels          
12.- You Put Your Arms Around Me        
13.- Emma's Song                         <--  ALSO 
14.- No Matter How Hard I Try           
15.- Dense Water, Deeper Down           
16.- This Is a Rebel Song               
17.- 1000 Mirrors                       
18.- A Big Bunch of Junkie Lies         
19.- Song of Jerusalem                  

 1.- Molly Malone                       
 2.- ro S do Bheatha 'Bhaile          
 3.- The Singing Bird / My              
 4.- Lagan Love                         
 5.- I Am Stretched on Your Grave       
 6.- Nothing Compares                   
 7.- 2 U                                
 8.- John I Love You                    
 9.- The Moorlough Shore                
10.- ou Made Me the                     
11.- Thief of Your Heart                
12.- Paddy's Lament                     
13.- Thank You for Hearing Me           
14.- Fire on Babylon                    
15.- The Last Day of Our Acquaintance   

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She Who Dwells in the Secret Place of the Most 
High Shall Abide Under the Shadow of the 


Billboard AUGUST 1, 2003 - by Barry A. Jeckell

In waving goodbye to a tumultuous music career, Sinad 
O'Connor will leave her mark with *She Who Dwells in the 
Secret Place of the Most High Shall Abide Under the Shadow 
of the Almighty*. Due Sept. 9 from Vanguard, the lengthily 
titled set boasts one disc made up of rare and previously 
unreleased studio material and a few new songs, and a second 
with a concert performance captured in late 2002 in Dublin.

Disc one will feature 19 tracks, including three covers 
produced by Brian Eno (U2, David Bowie). He was behind the 
boards for O'Connor's take on a version of the Chips 
Moman/Dan Penn song 'Do Right Woman, Do Right Man' (made 
popular by Aretha Franklin) and Boudleaux Bryant's 'Love 
Hurts'. Other covers include ABBA's "Chiquitita" and the 
B-52's 'Ain't It a Shame'.

Proceeds from the track 'A Hundred Thousand Angels', a cover 
of a song by the new age act Bliss, will be donated to the 
charity Barnardos in conjunction with Ireland's Department 
of Health and Children's Health Promotion Unit.

Among the previously unreleased cuts is a collaboration with 
Massive Attack on the song 'It's All Good', by Irish folk 
artist Damien Dempsey and Asian Dub Foundation on the cut 
'1000 Mirrors'. O'Connor also teams up with reggae artist 
Skip 'Little Axe' McDonald on 'My Love I Bring'. That track 
was included on the 2002 On U Sound compilation 
'Chainstore Massacre'.

The second disc was recorded at the Dublin venue Vicar Street 
on Oct. 26. The set touched on all aspects of O'Connor's 
career, from the well-known 'Nothing Compares 2 U' and 'You
Made Me the Thief of Your Heart' to 'ro S do Bheatha 
'Bhaile' from last year's Vanguard album of traditional 
Irish music, 'Sean-Ns Nua'.

'Goodnight, Thank You, You've Been a Lovely Audience', a 
concert and documentary DVD due Aug. 26 via Eagle Vision, 
will include the same track list as the live disc.

In a message posted in spring on her, O'Connor claimed she 
had set at timetable to
from her career in music and her celebrity. "I would request
that as of July, since I seek no longer to be a 'famous' 
person, and instead I wish to live a 'normal' life, could 
people please afford me my privacy," she said.

As previously reported, O'Connor's version of 'Dagger Through 
the Heart' will be featured on the Sugar Hill Records tribute
"Just Because I'm a Woman, Songs of Dolly Parton', due in