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Sinead O'ConnorAudio CD
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)

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The truly great songwriters realize that what has already been said is not enough. They create unique emotional snapshots - musical testaments to the indomitability of the human spirit - and challenge the status quo. Most importantly, through their work they
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 26, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Koch Records
  • ASIN: B000P6R8KE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,215 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The uncompromising Irish artist, spiritualist, and provocateur gives a twist to the critical truism that double albums would generally be stronger if edited into a single disc. With what she terms her "attempt to create a place of peace in a time of war," Sinéad O'Connor consciously risks charges of not merely padding but redundancy, as the two discs feature practically the same set of material recorded in different settings. The "Dublin Sessions" are more minimal and acoustic, and the "London Sessions" incorporate full-band arrangements including harp, strings, horns, and percussion. Finding dual inspiration in Jerusalem and Jamaica, the material proves all the more revelatory in the contrasting settings, as the minimalist approach underscores vocal intimacy while the band arrangements build to majestic intensity. The opening "Jeremiah (Something Beautiful)" ranks with O'Connor's loveliest music to date, with "Job (Watcher of Men)" among her most tormented. The cover(s) of Curtis Mayfield's "We Are People Who Are Darker than Blue" fits perfectly, though a misguided attempt at "I Don't Know How to Love Him" (from Jesus Christ Superstar, mercifully featured only on the second disc) proves that some musical miracles are beyond even Sinéad's power. The second disc sounds more like pop; the first disc sounds more like prayer. --Don McLeese

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Sinead O'Connor sings from the heart and inspires the soul. Theology marks the first new material from Sinead since 2000's Faith And Courage - nine songs supplemented by three stunning reinterpretations: Curtis Mayfield's 'We The People Who Are Darker Than Blue', the reggae standard 'Rivers of Babylon' and Andrew Lloyd Webber's and Tim Rice's classic 'I Don't Know How To Love Him' from Jesus Christ Superstar. This unique two CD collection offers very different versions of these songs, recorded in separate locations. The Dublin Sessions CD features haunting, intimate, acoustically-based versions. The London Sessions CD is composed of more contemporary pop-rock arrangements.

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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
Sinead's new cd,"Theology" is a real treat for her loving fans who have been watching a countdown to the day of this release.The first thing a person needs to know about Sinead is that she does what she considers valuable.Since she often invests her own money into her projects,she is able to choose the material that is meaningful to her,and to sing other arist's songs as she wishes.Sinead is known world-wide for her disdain for the music industry,and she works hard to keep their commercially-minded tentacles off her.
I personally love this new direction,which is,after all,not new.Sinead is also known for her spirituality and interest in world religions.Not being a religious person,I take what I need and leave the rest,but others may find all of it personally useful and moving.The music can reach anyone who can listen.There are people in little villages in Peru who will tell you stories of how Sinead's music has helped them through hard times,and given much joy.Don't be afraid of the title of this cd.
"Vineyard" is yet another of Sinead's songs that makes your hair stand up-it reaches deep inside the careful and respectful listener."Something Beautiful" is something indeed very beautiful.
I don't see a negative difference between the Sinead of today and the young Sinead with the voice of an angel.She's 40 now,with 4 children,and the self-assurance that age hopefully brings us all.Of course she's different.Viva la difference!
Potential buyers should be aware that some reviewers are suspected of not even listening to the cd before writing.Savvy readers can tell.
Sinead O'Connor still has the power,she still has the genius,she still has the guts.Her core group of fans will never leave her,but this new cd is not inaccessible to anyone.Only buy this if you love the best in music.But be aware-this is not background music.It insists that you listen and be quiet while you do,and it's worth it.She still shines on so brightly.5 stars,without a doubt.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
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In 2005 Sinead O'Connor came roaring back (as if she really ever was gone!) with the outstanding all-out reggae album "Throw Down Your Arms", which was one of the best albums of the year for me. As it turns out, it was regretfully only a one-time diversion, as Sinead went on her merry way after that to the next project.

"Theology" (2 CDs, 22 tracks, 91 min.) essentially brings a two-fer album. On CD1 "Dublin Sessions" (11 tracks, 41 min.) Sinead O'Connor brings all of the songs in an intimate setting, just acoustic guitar and vocals. One might almost be tempted to say those are the demos from which CD2 would come, but that's doing injustice to the intimate songs of CD1. The best song for me on CD1 is "Rivers of Babylon", one of the few traditional songs (arranged by Sinead), and almost unrecognisably so, but very beautifully. I rate the first CD 4 stars. On CD2 "London Sessions" (11 tracks, 50 min.). the same songs (but in a slightly different running order) are brought with a full band, and some songs are better than others. I liked the very different sounding "We People Who Are Darker Than Blue" (with drum machine, no less), as well as "Whomsoever Dwells" with the long intsrumental intro. CD2 has an extra song, a truly dreadful cover of "I Don't Know How to Love Him", what was Sinead thinking on this one? I rate the second CD 3 stars.

In all, "Theology" is ambitious and sprawling (not unlike Sinead's earlier "She Who Dwells" double album), but there is no denying the beautiful voice that Sinead continues to showcase. From that angle, CD1 works better for me than CD2. I had the good fortune of catching Sinead on tour last Fall in Chicago in support of this album, and it being my first time seeing her live, I enjoyed it from start to finish. She played a number of songs from "Theology", but also a number of her classics including of course "Nothing Compares to U". An unforgettable evening of music!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars what i know July 12, 2007
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Sinead's new album meets her gives me such a feeling of peace in this troubled world. I'm not the keenest on religiously-toned music even though i'm religious. Much of what is out there does not touch my heart. This album both touches my heart AND my soul. I feel so relaxed when I pop either disc into the player. I almost want to cry...out of sheer joy.

The spirituality is not in your face...and that's much of why it appeals to me so much. Her songs are gorgeous and so tender. Give it...and peace a chance.
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5.0 out of 5 stars To every season June 27, 2007
Format:Audio CD
I have been a fan forever and have taken a lot of inspiration from Sinead. Here in a time of world craziness she brings us a release of prayers. Beautiful, soft, pleading and very much needed. I enjoyed listening to the London sessions first, then revisiting the Dublin sessions to strip the songs back down. To me, it is truly two different CDs.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Best Effort in Years July 4, 2007
By K.H.
Format:Audio CD
Sinead O'Connor is one of those love to hate and hate to love artist. Really - some of her albums (oops, showing my age, I mean CDs) are horrible, and others great. This is her best CD in a long while surpassing "Faith and Courage." First, unlike many of her CDs, there are 3 to 4 songs worth praising; but, here in "Theology" O'Connor sings heartfelt lyrics, most of which are penned by her. Her theological confusion (really, she is no philosopher or theologian) actually, is probably a benefit here as she produces one psalm after another. There is her confusion of Rastafarian, Judaism and Christianity present to the trained observer (for example, Jah are references all three religions can accept as a name for God), but her soulful cry, hope, angst, and love are present in one song after the next. In spiritual music that speaks to many people on a multiple level of layers, her songs are just what may be needed (King David anyone).

I found the London sessions more enjoyable than the Dublin Sessions. Dublin is stripped down, but I think that is why she produced two sessions, knowing the audience will be affected at multiple layers and will find one version more spiritually fulfilling than the other.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars sinead o'connor your honor
when she sings, i travel to a place of peace. i have heard many say she has a voice of an angel. i doubt that, but i would bet she'd be awfully close. this record is spiritual. Read more
Published 12 months ago by Pop corn
5.0 out of 5 stars Pure Sinead
In this CD all the songs really suit her rich voice. Absolutely a pleasure to listen to. Highly recommended for chilling
Published 14 months ago by Denzil
3.0 out of 5 stars My hopes were too high
I need to give it some more listens, but after listening twice, it just seems pleasant; there's some "nice" songs. There's just nothing that blew me away. Read more
Published 14 months ago by AGoldin
5.0 out of 5 stars So good it hurts....
I bought this album because I was having a wave of nostalgia for Sinead. Little did I realize I was buying a masterpiece. Read more
Published on April 2, 2012 by Storylover
3.0 out of 5 stars Theology
I purchased this album through Amazon having been blown away by watching "Something Beautiful" on youtube.

The album comes as both an acoustic and electric version. Read more
Published on May 12, 2011 by ardent fan
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant!
I love this 2 cd set! The Dublin Session is a calm, melodic acoustic set of spiritual songs sung in Sinead's rich voice with simplicity and integrity. Read more
Published on February 11, 2011 by Sinead de Burca
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Tunes for our Times
I have heard of her and heard a song or two but it is nothing like having a CD of Sinead O'Connor. The use of Psalms with modern day music makes for a thoughtful time of listening. Read more
Published on October 15, 2010 by Randall C. Mcgrady-beach
5.0 out of 5 stars True Spirituality for a Change--Wow!
I was blown away to discover this album. Most of the "religious" music on the market is just trite and terrible. O'Connor's work is miles above the ordinary. Read more
Published on June 29, 2010 by Cheap Dutchman
4.0 out of 5 stars Sinéad's Journey Continues
"Theology" is truly an enigmatic collection of songs. Based on old scriptures and psalms, "Theology" is truly another step in O'Connor musical pilgrimage, which in my opinion... Read more
Published on February 21, 2010 by Reno Baldomero
5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible, Don't Miss This Album!
A friend called me with tickets to see Sinead live in 2007. I thought, don't know, haven't heard anything since "Nothing Compares to You". Went to see her and was BLOWN away! Read more
Published on February 3, 2010 by James H. Mcdonald
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