Throw Down Your Arms is Sinéad O'Connor's seventh studio album, and her first reggae album. O'Connor sings cover versions of classic roots reggae songs, with production by Sly and Robbie. The album was recorded in Kingston, Jamaica at Tuff Gong Studios and Anchor Studios in 2004 and released by Chocolate and Vanilla on 4 October 2005. 10 per cent of the profits went to support Rastafari elders in Jamaica.
That's why there's chocolate and vanilla"™ Issued under license from Ministry of Sound by Playground Music for Scandinavia and the Baltic states. Recorded at Tuff Gong Studio, Kingston, Jamaica. Vocal recording at Anchor Studios, Kingston, Jamaica. Mixed at Anchor Studios, Kingston, Jamaica. Sleeve Design - ently Design. 10% of the profits from this album will be given for the care of the old rasta elders in Jamaica.
Sinead O'Connor - Downpressor Man 10. Sinead O'Connor - Throw Down Your Arms 11. Sinead O'Connor - Untold Stories 12. Sinead O'Connor - War - Total time. Отчёт EAC об извлечении, выполненном 3. января 2006, 15:21 для диска: Sinead O'Connor, Throw Down Your Arms.
Nom du groupe Sinéad O Connor. Nom de l'album Throw Down Your Arms. Date de parution Octobre 2005. Labels Keltia III Sony BMG. Style MusicalPop Rock. Membres possèdant cet album2. 9. Downpressor Man. 10. Throw Down Your Arms. 12. War. Acheter cet album. Autres productions de Sinéad O Connor. How About I Be Me (and You Be You) ? Theology.
Sinéad O'Connor 컬렉션을 완성하세요. Throw Down Your Arms (2xCD, Album). That's Why There's Chocolate And Vanilla, Playground Music Scandinavia. 음 참조: Throw Down Your Arms, 2xLP, Album, THCVLP001. this record is brilliant! great pressing too. the dub versions are a total bonus. 글 답글 1개 보기 나에게 알림 Helpful.
Sinead O'connor - I Am Stretched On Your Grave Sinead O& - I Do Not Want What I Haven& Got (1990). Sinead O'connor - All Apologies Sinead O& - Universal Mother (1994).
What Throw Down Your Arms reveals more than anything is that the rasta spirit has never fully left O'Connor. I'm not a big fan of either genres really, but Sinead makes this album reliable. I find reggae to be a tricky genre, to me, only Bob Marley made reggae music (and I mean the music, not just the message) interesting. Although O'Connor has pulled out the stops for this album, after repeated listenings, just like "Sean-Nos Nua" and "Am I Not Your Girl?" I found myself somewhat bored.