Sinéad O'Connor - Feel so different

Like me, Sinéad O'Conner was born in 1966 and accompanied me with her music for many years. Now the singer has died ...
Sinead o Conner - I do not want what i haven't got - Feel so different

Great creativity often springs from great feelings. This sentence is certainly true for Sinéad O'Conner, who has done many things in her life based on strong feelings, for which she drew the strength precisely from these feelings. A difficult parental home, divorce, the early death of her mother, a few months in a Catholic home for girls with difficult upbringing, abuse and bipolar disorder were probably the primordial soup of strength that was not only reflected in great creativity, but also in a working off of the Catholic Church and religion in general. She was a priestess, a Muslim, changed her name several times (from Sinéad Marie Bernadette O'Connor to Magda Davitt, Shuhada' Davitt and Shuhada' Sadaqat), was a mother of three and was always socially engaged. From 2010 onwards, the pace of self-renewal increased more and more.

And she was also a gifted musician with an outstanding voice. The first track on her second album "I do not want what I haven't got" is "Feel so different", which was always one of my favorite songs by her. 

First a live performance by her and then an interview to get closer to her, if you want. Then finally "The foggy dew"

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