MARIA DOYLE KENNEDY

Skull Cover

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take on and a beau­ti­fully pas­toral of Queen Jane (bor­rowed from The Bothy Band), Doyle Kennedy rein­vents each and ev­ery song with an en­vi­ably jaded brio. Me­teor awards may come and go, but MDK is still one hell of a mu­si­cal force to be reck­oned with. www.maria doylekennedy.com Down­load tracks: Still in Love With You, SOS

Mer­maid Records If the re­sult of road weari­ness is a thing of beauty such as Skull­cover, then maybe we should all hit the road. Maria Doyle Kennedy’s creative en­er­gies have de­liv­ered a trio of out­stand­ing al­bums, and with each re­lease her dis­tinc­tive voice has evolved fur­ther into its own de­li­cious space. This cov­ers CD, recorded in 2004 for a lim­ited edi­tion web­site re­lease, justly makes its de­but on the back of her 2007 col­lec­tion, Mütter. Swing­ing from a gor­geously creaky ver­sion of The Bug­gles’ Video Killed the Ra­dio Star to a truly apoca­lyp­tic Red Sails in the Sun­set

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