Damien Rice & Lisa Hannigan - Rootless Tree - video dailymotion
[Refrain: Damien Rice & Lisa Hannigan] And is that all right, yeah? Written By Damien Rice. Release Date November 3, 4. Rootless Tree. 5. Dogs. 6. Check out Rootless Tree (Live At Fingerprints) [Explicit] by Damien Rice on Amazon Music. If you didn't know, Lisa Hannigan is the female vocals on this. Damien Rice: “Once I got to that place and I started fixing the things inside, everything changed” . spelled the end of his musical and romantic relationship with Lisa Hannigan, a woman whose The rootless tree has sprung anew. New comments are only accepted for 3 days from the date of publication.
I love her voice, but I still wish she did stuff with Damien.
Damien Rice & Lisa Hannigan - Rootless Tree
That scene in 'Closer' is awesome! And Delicate, lyrically, is prob one of my favorite songs. She enhances his sound, I will agree with that. Anybody know the details of the split? Was it a professional decision or personal? But his live show is just another dimension. The unplugged version of 'Cannonball' Would love to see The Frames tour with him again.
My favorite version of any holiday song. I hope they can reconcile their differences and come back and do an album together, unplugged and just the two of them. Oh, that would be awesome. There are definitely more individual songs on O that I like. I bought tickets to see his Spring 07 show and she was still slated to be there. I mean, she recorded the album with him, promoted it - radio shows, etc. I wonder how the Barcelona album turned out. Now that you mention it, she has the other musicians that play with Damien make appearances in her new album, but not Damien.
I don't think they'll ever peform together again. I think that bridge is burned. It's got her take on what happened with her and Damien. I figured I'd post this, so it's on the first page and any curious Rice fans can check it out.
But a nudge out of the nest gave her the impetus she needed to record her own debut album. She talks thrills and trepidation with Jim Carroll on the eve of her appearance at this weekend's Electric Picnic It's a sticky night in Dundalk. All the windows in the Spirit Store are open in an attempt to get some air circulating, but the only thing going round the packed tiny room and down the stairs to the front bar is a buzz of expectation.
People are curious about the singer, the one who has yet to release a note of music and who hasn't yet even played two dozen shows under her own name. Tonight, Lisa Hannigan is selling her wares. She's been doing this all summer long, taking a bunch of freshly baked songs and a band of sharply suited players around the country to small, squishy rooms like this.
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She has dealt with wardrobe malfunctions in Tullamore and banjos going on fire in Headford. People have paid good money to see her, and she has sent them home smiling. And sweating, but that's the Irish summer for you. It doesn't take long for the good burghers of Dundalk to be entranced. Hannigan's magic lies in her slender, subtle songs. The arrangements and stylings that anchor them are adventurous, aided by an array of eye- and ear-catching idiosyncratic instruments - harmonium, xylophone, banjo, finger-bells, recorder.
Then there's Hannigan herself, the star of the fair. She is to the limelight born, with stage presence galore. She banters with the crowd like a pro and without a trace of shyness or gaucheness.Damien Rice - Rootless Tree (Live from the Basement)
At times, she just can't hide the glee at what's going around her as audiences are drawn into those songs. It's the kind of show you don't see every day. But I'm very heartened and chuffed by the last few weeks. With her debut album, Sea Sewdue out in a few weeks, she now has to start talking about herself.
She may have spent the last seven or eight years recording and touring with Rice, but she's never had to open up about herself when there's a tape recorder on the table.
My phone is always on. The merchandise is getting made, the artwork is going to print and it's me who has to be in control of all these little elements, whereas before, I could just have sat back and let someone else worry about it. I'm not daunted by it. And, yes, there are things I'm going to have to get used to, like talking about myself, which will be a bit hard to do, but so was everything else when I started out. She danced to Michael Jackson in her living room and learned songs she'd taped from the radio in her bedroom.
She remembers working out the likes of Kristin Hersh's Your Ghost on her guitar. Then, one day her mother arrived home with a compilation of opera singers.
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A new obsession was born. It was all pyrotechnics and madness. I found it really emotional and arresting and very exciting and ridiculously difficult. Remember that black-and-white picture of her with the red lips? For years, I was obsessed. She was just so strident and brassy.
Hannigan went to a few opera shows in the Gaiety "peering over the front of the gods". When she performed at Feis Ceoil competitions, she wanted to be Callas. I had really built it up in my head to being something bigger than it really was. I didn't come anywhereand I remember crying all the way home.
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She was all over O and so good at it one would wish to hear more of her. But Damien kept it purely him in this album. Lisa merely had a share of vocals in 9 Crimes while she occasionally shows up for backing vocals in other tracks. With that, the first track was rightfully blessed and they opened into 9 perfectly. The Animals Were Gone became a quick favourite for me with its lovely, lovely lyrics. The chorus just literally blossomed with backing violins that took you by the hand and brought you back to the older years of romantic black-and-white movies.
Or ones alike Sound of Music and Julie Andrews would break into a spontaneous dance in the middle of the dewy garden with her love interest while singing a love song. This was a sad love song. Damien had, indeed, written a pleasant song.
Songs that surprisingly contained elements of glee include Dogs and Coconut Skins. Dogs was about a girl that does yoga under an orange tree: It was a feel good song. Nothing sad about that. A song one learns to adore. Coconut Skins was just downright giddy.
I could see a picture of a cowboy dancing around the barnyard tipping his hat and checking his boots. It was a bad picture. There were also angry songs in 9. Rootless Tree was a good song title. The song possessed a larger than life orchestra of strings, percussion and frustration.
The cello, the drums and the keys thrown at the wall so simply it worked and stuck anyway. Me, My Yoke and I finished the anger in Damien. The lyrics did not really hold any meaning of a full photograph.
It did, however, possessed the ability to lash out a frustrated being. Then, right in the middle of the air, the entire band fell down like a heavy storm. The suspense building for the end was strong. Rock folk at its best. It was said to be a favourite in concerts. I could see why. I am at first disappointed with Accidental Babies. Mainly because I have heard of the live version before the album version, and the former had done all that it could to steal my heart away. Damien performed well that day and despite the person recording the song breathing and sniffing in the background, it was enough to make me cry in the middle of the day like a child without a soul.
Damien changed the lyrics for the verses in the album version. And it felt weird for me because I was so used to the live version.