Complete your Nora O'Connor collection. Nora O'Connor – Til The Dawn. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Til The Dawn (CD, Album). BS 116. Nora O'Connor.
Irish singer Sinéad O'Connor has released ten studio albums: The Lion and the Cobra (1987), I Do Not Want What I Haven't Got (1990), Am I Not Your Girl? (1992), Universal Mother (1994), Faith and Courage (2000), Sean-Nós Nua (2002), Throw Down Your Arms (2005), Theology (2007), How About I Be Me (and You Be You)? (2012), and I'm Not Bossy, I'm the Boss (2014). The extended play Gospel Oak (1997) and live album Live at the Sugar Club (2008) were issued as well.
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Til the Dawn has style and grit-and finally spotlights Nora's amazingly sweet, yet deliciously salty, beautiful soaring blackbird of a voice. For years around Chicago, Nora has been an in-demand hired assassin of singing to the hit-making hoi polloi, but here she scootches over just a little bit to center stage where she belongs. This absolutely enchanting disc, her solo debut, features O'Connor-penned urban honky-tonk originals like the MUST HAVE Chicago classic "My Backyard," Blue Ridge mountain-style harmonizing on Johnny Mathis' "Nightingale," SoCal-country flavor on the Fleetwood Mac cover "That's Alright," and truly uptown citified-soul on Ketty Lester's "Love Letters. Helping her out in this endeavor (finding people willing to do favors for Nora is pretty easy) are some of Chicago's finest.
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Nora O'Connor, Category: Artist, Albums: Til the Dawn, Biography: You might remember Nora O'Connor as a member of the Blacks (she sometimes went by the name Nora Black) or her appearances on-stage and on record with Andrew Bird, the New Pornographers, the Aluminum Group, Chris Mills, Otis Clay, or Mavis Staples. Monthly Listeners: 627, Where People Listen: Chicago, Paris, Seattle, Los Angeles, London. Folks in her native Chicago also know the talented singer/songwriter as a bartender, a midwife's assistant, and an ordained reverend. O'Connor's incredibly diverse life began in Chicago as a first-generation Irish-American with a father who would teach her all the Irish classics. She first came to the alternative country crowd's attention in 1994 when she joined the Blacks. She took a break from the band in 1996 and released her first solo album, Cerulean Blue, by herself in the spring.