Album Preview: “I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss” by Sinéad O’Connor

I'm Not Bossy, I'm the BossAlbum
I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss

Sinéad O’Connor

Release Date
August 12, 2014

Nettwerk Records

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We will soon see the release of Irish singer-songwriter Sinéad O’Connor‘s tenth studio album. I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss will be released on August 12th and has been produced by O’Connor’s longtime producer and once-husband John Reynolds. I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss promises to deliver on the artist’s characteristic style and lyricism on the topic of all things love, sex, and pop music.

I Do Not Want What I Haven't GotSinéad O’Connor was launched into worldwide fame in the early 1990s after her release of I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got. The album contained a cover of Prince‘s 1985 “Nothing Compares 2 U.” The song existed in obscurity before Sinéad O’Connor’s cover, and it soon The Lion and the Cobrabecame a worldwide hit. In the following decade, O’Connor would release several more albums and become an icon of critical acclaim and cultural controversy.

I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss appears to be an example of Sinéad O’Connor doing what she does best. In a first listen review,So Far ... The Best Of NPR spoke on the album: “O’Connor works in mostly familiar musical territory on I’m Not Bossy: multi-tracked vocals, folk flourishes, danceable beats amped up with rock attitude. Newly prominent in her mix is a strong blues element.” Watch the official music video for “Take Me To Church,” the first single from I’m Not Bossy, I’m the Boss below and discover the hype for yourself.

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This Week in Music History (July 31 – August 6)

What’s music history got for us this week? Learn up and boogie down!

AaliyahJuly 31: On this day in 1994, Aaliyah and R. Kelly secretly eloped in Rosemont, IL. Aaliyah just 15 at the time, so the marriage was later annulled.

Brothers in ArmsAugust 1: On this day in 1987, MTV launched MTV Europe. The first video they broadcast was Dire Straits‘ classic “Money For Nothing,” taken from their 1985 record Brothers in Arms.

August Are You Experienced2: On this day in 1967, The Jimi Hendrix Experience played their first of five nights at New York’s Salvation Club. The setlist included hits like “Foxey Lady” and Purple Haze” from their debut, Are You Experienced?.

The Smile SessionsAugust 3: On this day in 1963, The Beach Boys released “Surfer Girl,” the first single that gave production credit to Brian Wilson. He would remain as the band’s producer until he gave up on the Smile sessions in 1967.

Purple RainAugust 4: On this day in 1984, Prince began his 24 week stint of topping the US album charts with Purple Rain. The album has since gone on to sell over 20 million records worldwide, and is currently the sixth best-selling soundtrack of all time.

NirvanaAugust 5: On this day in 1959, guitarist Pat Smear was born. Smear would grow up to play in the bands Nirvana and Foo Fighters.

Whitney HoustonAugust 6: On this day in 2001, Whitney Houston signed a new deal with Arista that made her, at the time, one of the highest paid musicians in the entire world. The contract was said to be worth more than $100 million.

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This Week in Music History (June 5th-11th)

What’s music history got for us this week? Learn up and boogie down!

83805-large6/5- A modest wedding? I think not. On this day in 1974, Sly Stone married model/actress Kathy Silva during his concert at Madison Square Garden in front of thousands of people.62052-large

6/6- The last Ed Sullivan show aired on this day in 1971, concluding the show’s 23-year run, packed with unforgettable performances by the biggest names in music history. The last musical guest? Gladys Knight & the Pips.

9898-large6/7On this day in 1993, Prince changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol in an act of defiance against his contract with Warner Brothers. Seven years later, in 2000, Prince held a party to celebrate the re-claiming of his former name. The event was called “Prince: A Celebration”.6800-large

6/8- Brian Jones officially announced that he was leaving The Rolling Stones on this day in 1969, saying, “I want to play my kind of music, which is no longer the Stones music.” Jones died less than one month later, and the cause of his death is still under much debate.

5840-large6/9- The Doobie Brothers kicked off their tour at Red Rocks Ampitheater in Colorado on this day in 1989. It was their first national tour in about 8 years, and it included their most famous lineup.39287-large

6/10- While we’re on topic, Red Rocks erupted with violence during a Jethro Tull concert on this day in 1971. Reportedly, “hill people” were climbing over fences to get closer to the stage, and police reacted by dropping tear gas on the crowd. Then, Jethro Tull fans reacted by throwing rocks and bottles back at the police, starting a dangerous riot with numerous injuries. Some speculated, “there will never be another rock concert at Red Rocks Park.”

26275-large6/11- Hank Williams, a country legend, made his unforgettable debut at the Grand Ole Opry on this day in 1949. The crowd loved him so much that they called him back for six encores. Now that’s how it’s done!

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