It contained nine traditional songs Dillon had known since her schooldays and also had two original songs, "Blue Mountain River" which was released to radio in Ireland and "I Wish I Was".
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By jolts and false starts it alludes to brokenness without drowning in it. It's full of a realism that sees the ugliness of the real world and yet chooses joy, and this to me is what it truly means to be free. Another bewitching and poignant offering from Emily; wonderful album and wonderful launch on YouTube.
Another Place to Need by A. Moody, atmospheric songs where heavy atmosphere gathers around feathery vocals and shoegaze-ballad guitars. Virtual Heaven by Infinity Crush. Despite its themes of isolation and loneliness, Caroline White's latest batch of folk-pop confessionals is an LP brimming with confidence.
The Dark Night in D. Explore music. Live at Cooper Hall by Cara Dillon. Dave Searby Mason. Dave Searby Mason Saw this live and was so pleased to see it available here. Nigel Shipley. Wolfram Rockstroh. Promo 1-track singles of "High Tide", " There Were Roses " and "Everywhere" were sent to radio to encourage airplay of the album.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Cara Dillon. Archived from the original on The Redcastle Sessions. She dwells on the daisies spreading before her, or gazes out of frame toward an unseen vanishing point. The art direction suggests Dillon might be a bit uncomfortable with the hubbub her debut brought, and her sudden role as the beguiling young savior of contemporary Irish folk music.
Sweet Liberty retains the structure of that album, mixing traditional with original material. But as effortlessly beautiful as Dillon 's voice is throughout, the album's emotional center is brittle.
The same holds true for the longing soldier's lament "Bonny Bonny," reborn here in a lush arrangement of Uillean pipes and martial drums. Those comfortable environs appear in the shadows of "Erin the Green," dedicated to "Mammy and Daddy" and warmed by piano and melodica; the original "High Tide" -- while it somehow recalls Seal 's "Kiss From a Rose" -- is also glanced with the bright song of a flute, even if it ultimately seems forlorn.
And yet, Sweet Liberty has also received notice for Dillon 's affecting version of "There Were Roses," Tommy Sands ' powerful tale of the Troubles, religion, and bitter resignation. This is the emotional seesaw of Sweet Liberty. Its arrangements are so graceful, and Dillon 's voice is like woven silk.Das CD-Album "Sweet Liberty" von Cara Dillon () - Alle Infos, Songs und mehr.