Blue Is the Colour of Hope
Download links and information about Blue Is the Colour of Hope by Maura O'Connell. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Country, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 38:29 minutes.
|Genre:||Country, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk|
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|1.||Still Hurts Sometimes||2:54|
|2.||The Blue Train||4:52|
|3.||To Be the One||3:35|
|4.||It Don't Bring You||4:35|
|5.||I Would Be Stronger Than That||3:59|
|6.||So Soft Your Goodbye||2:43|
|7.||Love to Learn||3:19|
|8.||First You Cry||4:30|
|9.||Bad News (At the Best of Times)||3:58|
This charmingly eclectic album may be O'Connell's best. Working with producer Jerry Douglas, O'Connell finds sympathetic accompaniment on all these songs, whether its the piano and arco bass on the gently painful "So Soft Your Goodbye," the small-combo swing on "Love to Learn," or the full-band acoustic pop on "Still Hurts Sometimes." Though O'Connell records songs by Nashville stalwarts like Pat McLaughlin and Tom Kimmel, her ear for a wider range of material makes Blue Is the Color of Hope such a joy. "Bad News at the Best of Times," by rockers Paul Carrack and John Wesley Harding, is a real find, and O'Connell's cover of Mary-Chapin Carpenter's "It Don't Bring You" is simply gorgeous.