Eleanor McEvoy (born 22 January 1967) is an Irish singer/songwriter. McEvoy composed the song "Only A Woman's Heart", title track of A Woman's Heart, the best-selling Irish album in Irish history. McEvoy's life as a musician began at the age of four when she began playing piano. At the age of eight she took up violin. Upon finishing school she attended Trinity College, Dublin where she studied music by day and worked in pit orchestras and music clubs by night
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Eleanor McEvoy is the 1993 studio album debut of Eleanor McEvoy, released on Geffen Records. International radio hits followed with the release of the two main singles "A Woman's Heart" and "Apologize. The former track had originally gained fame (in a different recording with Mary Black) as the title track for A Woman's Heart, the biggest-selling Irish album in Irish history.
Naked Music (Eleanor McEvoy album). Naked Music is Eleanor McEvoy's twelfth studio album. Naked Music was recorded at the Grange Studio in Norfolk. McEvoy recorded the tracks by studio-performing, in other words, playing the songs as she would in a live performance. The album features exclusive artwork by famed painter Chris Gollon
Eleanor McEvoy is an impressive debut album from McEvoy, proving that she is not only capable of fusing contemporary folk and celtic music, but that she's a singer-songwriter with a graceful, individual voice. Both the music and the songs have a quietly powerful beauty, which makes it no wonder that the album helped McEvoy win the Irish Record Industry Award for Best New Artist.
Eleanor McEvoy – Eleanor McEvoy. Label: Geffen Records – GEFC-24606. Guitar, Vocals, Piano, Organ, Harmonium, Violin – Eleanor McEvoy. Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Pat Moran.
Eleanor McEvoy Tracklist. 1. Finding Myself Lost Again Lyrics. 2. Only A Woman's Heart Lyrics.
BPM Profile Eleanor McEvoy. Album starts at BPM, ends at 83BPM (+83), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Eleanor McEvoy. I'd Rather Go Blonde.