July 7, 2011 by Post Team
Sinead O’Connor, The shaved head, dwarf waif functions can be long gone, but the talent and the voice that will remain intact. The competence of the Manchester International Festival is to produce memorable events and a night with the often controversial, Ms. O’Connor surprise in a specially constructed tent was exactly that.
Sure she put on some weight and shock horror, she has hair, but so what? The bellicosity, vulnerability and a voice that can melt your heart remain as strong as ever.
Sunday’s show – one of the three for the festival – including a series of new songs from their upcoming album Home. Since the opening of Tubular Bells, as the chords to remove her shoes, which became an enthusiastic, harmony-filled riot of a song to court what does a real VIP, it looks like it will be an album worth gets your hands on.
A small stage presence, there was a touching insecurity about Sinead O’Connor, as he repeatedly gave her six-piece band the thumbs up in the numbers of the opening to say “this is going to be OK.”
Believe me, it was much, much better than that.
The band itself – only together last week – were gorgeous, enveloping music and vocal harmonies around the iconic presence in her head like a giant blanket comfort.
Running through its catalog, we were treated to songs from the album Theology and the Universal Mother and Sly and Robbie album produced by throwing weapons.
And, of course, he did Nothing Compares 2 U. And he still has the power to make the hairs stand up on the back of her neck.
Sinead O’Connor is a unique artist and hopefully it stays that way.
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