Sinéad O'Connor

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Sinéad O'Connor

"Theology is an attempt to create a place of peace in a time of war and to provoke thought," says Sinead O'Connor about her new studio album, the artist's first since her 2005 reggae collection, "Throw Down Your Arms." "The events of September 11, 2001 contributed to the writing of the songs very very much so, as did events subsequently as they have panned out all over the world. The whole world became a very dangerous place on that day. I simply wanted to make a beautiful thing, out of something beautiful, which inspires me. Theology, the record, apart from being a place of peace and meditation, is a very personal emotional response." The album is recorded with the London and Dublin Symphony and is truly a spiritual passage we all need. This master piece, as well as Sinead's talent for original scores is available here at WACBIZ.

Theology Dublin Sessions
Song
33 Favorite License Buy
The Glory of Jah Favorite License Buy
Out of the Depths Favorite License Buy
Something Beautiful Favorite License Buy
We People Who Are Darker Than Blue Favorite License Buy
I Don't Know How To Love Him Favorite License Buy
Rivers of Babylon Favorite License Buy
Whomsoever Dwells Favorite License Buy
Dark I Am Yet Lovely Favorite License Buy
If You Had A Vineyard Favorite License Buy
Watcher of Men Favorite License Buy


Theology-London
Song
I Don't Know How To Love Him Favorite License Buy
Dark I Am Yet Lovely Favorite License Buy
Something Beautiful Favorite License Buy
33 Favorite License Buy
We People Who Are Darker Than Blue Favorite License Buy
Rivers Of Babylon Favorite License Buy
The Glory of Jah Favorite License Buy
Out Of Depths Favorite License Buy
Whomsoever Dwells Favorite License Buy
Watcher Of Men Favorite License Buy