Sinéad O'Connor - Mandinka
Mixed By – Chris Birkett, Lloyd Phillips, T. Roy Morris
|2||Drink Before The War||5:16|
|ENYX 611||Sinéad O'Connor||Mandinka (12")||Ensign, Chrysalis||ENYX 611||UK||1987|
|none||Sinead O'Connor||Mandinka (Dub Mix) (File, WAV)||Not On Label (Justin Strauss Self-released)||none||2013|
|VST 43207||Sinéad O'Connor||Mandinka (Cass, Single)||Chrysalis||VST 43207||US||1987|
|PR-650707, none, 05-01-8768, 05-01-8769||Sinead O'Connor||Mandinka (7", Single, Promo)||Chrysalis, CBS, Chrysalis, Chrysalis||PR-650707, none, 05-01-8768, 05-01-8769||Mexico||1987|
|ENY 611, eny 611||Sinéad O'Connor||Mandinka (7", Single)||Ensign, Chrysalis||ENY 611, eny 611||UK||1987|
- Artwork [Script] – John Maybury
- Co-producer, Engineer – Kevin Moloney
- Design – Stephen Horse
- Photography By – Mike Owen
- Written-By, Producer – Sinéad O'Connor
From the Chrysalis Album "The Lion And The Cobra".
℗ & © 1987 Ensign Records Records Limited, England.
Manufactured by Festival Records Pty. Ltd. Australia and New Zealand.
Category K 500 appears on sleeve, Category K500 on labels
- Other (Original Cat No.): ENY 611
- Matrix / Runout (Runout (hand etched) Side A): AMX-69235 3.45
- Matrix / Runout (Runout (hand etched) Side B): AMX-69236 5.16
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): MX-69235
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): MX-69236
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ensign Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Ensign Records Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Festival Records (NZ) Ltd.
Mandinka is a song by Sinéad O'Connor from her 1987 album The Lion and the Cobra. O'Connor drew inspiration from diverse sources, including her Irish heritage, Leonard Cohen, punk rock, and hip-hop. In an April 1988 interview with The Tech, O'Connor said: Mandinkas are an African tribe. They're mentioned in a book called Roots by Alex Haley, which is what the song is about. In order to understand it you must read the book. Follow Sinéad O'Connor Subscribe To Sinéad's Channel - https. The video for Mandinka was shown heavily after debuting 24 January 1988 on 120 Minutes on MTV. The single was a mainstream pop hit in the UK, peaking at 17 in the singles chart, as well as her native Ireland. The single was a big college radio hit in the US. In 1988, O'Connor sang Mandinka on Late Night with David Letterman, in what was her first US network television appearance. Sinéad also sang the song live at the 1989 Grammy Awards. In an interview in read more. Band Name Sinéad O Connor. Album Name Mandinka. Type Single. 发布日期 1987. Mandinka Instrumental Dub Mix. Drink Before the War. Buy this album. Sinéad O Connor. Other productions from Sinéad O Connor. How About I Be Me and You Be You Theology. Sinead O'Connor: все альбомы, включая How About I Be Me , Club Dance Riddim Mixtape , Tears From The Moon и другие. Mandinka Lyrics. I'm dancing the seven veils Want you to pick up my scarf See how the black moon fades Soon I can give you my heart. I don't know no shame I feel no pain I can't see the flame But I do know Man-din-ka I do know Man-din-ka I do know Man-din-ka I do. Soon I can give you my heart I swear I do Soon I can give you my heart I do Mandinka Soon I can give you my heart Soon I can give you my heart Soon I can give you my heart. More on Genius. About Mandinka. by Sinéad O'Connor. Album: The Lion and the Cobra 1987. Charted: 17. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . Mandinka is a West African tribe notorious for some of its musical traditions. Sinead O'Connor in an interview in The Tech April 12, 1988: Mandinkas are an African tribe. More songs from Sinéad O'Connor. More songs inspired by books. More songs from 1987. Lyrics to Mandinka. Sinéad O'Connor Artistfacts. Sinéad O'Connor drew inspiration from many different sources, for example, her Irish tradition as well as Leonard Cohen, punk rock, and the nascent rap scene. In an interview in The Tech, 12 April 1988, O'Connor said: Mandinkas are an African tribe. In order to understand it, you must read the book. The video for Mandinka was in heavy rotation after debuting 24 January 1988 in 120 Minutes on MTV. Sinéad Marie Bernadette O'Connor ʃɪˈneɪd shin-AYD born 8 December 1966 is an Irish singer-songwriter who rose to fame in the late 1980s with her debut album The Lion and the Cobra. O'Connor achieved worldwide success in 1990 with a new arrangement of Prince's song Nothing Compares 2 U. Since then, while maintaining her singing career, she has occasionally encountered controversy, partly due to her statements and gestures. These include her ordination as a priest. Sinéad O'Connor Mandinka. 레이블: Ensign 609 712, Chrysalis 609 712. Producer Sinéad O'Connor. Written-By Sinead O'Connor. Track A: Original Version on the Album The Lion And The Cobra 208 563 Track B2: Taken from the Album The Lion And The Cobra 208 563. Masteringprocessing method: Direct Mastering