Never Get Old - Sinéad OConnor - The Lion And The Cobra (CD, Album)

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  1. May 18,  · 'Never Get Old' is the most powerful and at the same time a very frightening piece indeed - it opens with Enya's guesting vocals, an Irish spoken word intro resurfaced in English on the back of the album's sleeve; beautiful, angelic vocals slide in with Sinead singing her sadness against a threatning, deep sounding background - that, in the /5(1K).
  2. Sinéad O'Connor's debut, The Lion and the Cobra, was a sensation upon its release, and it remains a distinctive record, finding a major talent striving to achieve her own many debuts, it's entirely possible to hear her influences, from Peter Gabriel to Prince and contemporary rap, but what's striking about the record is how she synthesizes these into her own sound -- an eerie 9/
  3. Sinéad O'Connor’s debut album The Lion and the Cobra delivered a powerful punch upon its release. In it Sinéad introduced herself as a talented one-of-a-kind artist, through a unique.
  4. O'Connor recorded the album while heavily pregnant with her first child. The title of the album is from Psalm "you will tread upon the lion and cobra", and the track "Never Get Old" opens with an Irish language recital of Psalm 91 by singer Enya. The photograph of O'Connor on the album cover was taken by Haysi Fantayzee member Kate Garner.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Lion And The Cobra on Discogs. Label: Chrysalis - F2 ,Ensign - F2 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock Sinéad O'Connor: The Lion And The Cobra /5(4).
  6. Product description. NEW Combo BLUWAVS CD and FLAC FILE To quote her fellow Irishman, poet William Butler Yeats, when Sinead O'Connor's debut, The Lion and the Cobra, was released, a terrible beauty was born.O'Connor has a haunting voice as dark as the Irish bogs, and her unwavering delivery simultaneously inflames and chills/5().
  7. About “Never Get Old” (Unreviewed) This song features a verse from Psalm , “You will tread upon the lion and the cobra,” from which the album title is also taken.
  8. rows · Sinéad Marie Bernadette O'Connor (/ʃɪˈneɪd oʊˈkɒnər/; born 8 December ) is an Irish .
  9. On her second album, O'Connor sounded more "worldly," in the sense of belonging in the 20th century, but on The Lion And The Cobra, the characters in the songs would feel right at home in medieval legends, Byronic poetry, or Greek tragedy. That's actually why I always thought she sounded better with more classical instrumentation, instead of /5().