Yesterday the cartoonist The Hand updated on Facebook the group photo in Calendolores2019. His tribute calendar project looks almost ready! Don’t hesitate to join the group and share his post(s).
“WATCH: Féile legends reunite in stunning tribute to late Cranberries singer Dolores O’Riordan”
Article published on tipperarystar.ie, watch the video directly on their website (link above)
“I Heart the Cranberries raises fund in aid of Adapt House and Limerick Mental Health Association” article published on ilovelimerick.ie today.
The Guardian just edited their online version of their interview with the lads as there were a few mistakes. Read below the notification added in the very last lines:
This story was updated to correct two errors. The Aer Lingus incident occurred in 2014, not 2016. At the time of her death, O’Riordan was in London to mix a record with her side project D.A.R.K, not to record vocals for Bad Wolves.
Furthermore, the article now features another amendement regarding the name of the album. “THIS IS THE END” has now been replaced by “IN THE END”… Could that be another mistake that hasn’t been listed in their “update list”?
Let’s not numerous fans have already been commenting on how heartbreaking “This Is The End” sounds, so let’s hope this time The Guardian got the title right…
UPDATE – SEPTEMBER 14 – 3:30 PM (UTC)
The guardian edited their online article for the second time, again amending errors, although this time the name of the album hasn’t changed. So now looks very likely that “In The End” will be the title of the ultimate album.
We may thus wonder if this was a mistake from the journalist – as we can imagine that The Guardian would have listed this error on their “update list” while amending the article for the 2nd time – or if the band has decided to change the title between Sept 3rd and yesterday, thus requiring an amendment once the article was already printed.
Here’s also below the hard copy of the newspaper, shared by ‘The Cranberries Newspaper’ on Facebook, thanks to them. It appears that the printed paper features a different photo of the lads and the first version of the article, meaning the album title mentioned is “This Is The End”.
“Dolores was turning her life around before tragic death, she was full of hope for the future”
The article was published in print yesterday in the Irish newspaper ‘Sunday Independent’ and is now available online today on independent.ie (link above)
Photo credit: David Conachy
Yesterday, September 6th, RTÉ published an apology regarding the ‘Joe Jackson tapes revisited’ show which aired last week on Radio 1.
As pointed earlier by our team and other fans, the broadcast appeared to feature a ten minutes interview of Sinead Lohan from 1998 that was incorretly attributed to Dolores O’Riordan. Moreover, “there was a clear inference that the members of The Cranberries band had used drugs”.
A correction and apologies from RTÉ were thus in order.
Today The Cranberries published an official link to preorder the “25th Anniversary Edition”. Five different versions are available including an unexpected limited clear vinyl:
Tracklist for the Quadruple CD Album:
Original album remastered
1 I Still Do
5 Waltzing Back
6 Not Sorry
9 Still Can’t . . .
10 I Will Always
12 Put Me Down
1 A Íosa**
2 What You Were (1991 demo)*
3 Linger (Dave Bascombe mix)*
4 How (Alternate version)*
6. What You Were
8. How (Radical mix)
10. Pretty (Prêt-à-Porter movie remix)
Debut EP (Xeric Records, 1991)
12 Nothing Left At All
13 Pathetic Senses
Early cassette demos (1990-1991)
15 Dreams (Non-mixed mix)*
18 Chrome Paint**
19 Fast One**
20 Shine Down**
21 Dreams (Pop mix)*
Live at Cork Rock (June 1, 1991)
1 Put Me Down*
Live at Féile, Tipperary (July 31, 1994)
6 Daffodil Lament*
8 I Can’t Be With You*
10 Ode to My Family*
11 Not Sorry*
12 Waltzing Back*
14 Ridiculous Thoughts*
16 (They Long to Be) Close to You*
Dave Fanning, RTE radio session, 1991
4 Put Me Down*
John Peel, BBC Radio 1 session, 1992
5 Waltzing Back*
8 I Will Always*
Dave Fanning, RTE radio session 1993
9 The Icicle Melts**
11 Like You Used To**
*previously unreleased version
**previously unreleased and track never released on an official Cranberries release
The Cranberries just changed their cover on socials and website with a new artwork dedicated to the “25th Anniversary Edition” to be released on 19 October 2018.
they also published a short video teaser:
Indeed, disc 2 will be featuring:
– probably already known b-sides versions released on the Complete Sessions 1991-1993 (tracks 5-10)
– Uncertain EP (tracks 11-14)
– Dreams unmixed demo (track 15)
– Dreams pop mixed demo (track 21)
– “early demos” that seem to be those featured on the Water Circle tape (16-20) though Shine Down wasn’t on the tape, which means these could be unknown demos!
Unfortunately, no info yet as per this Íosa version which is featured on the “studio/demo” CD so fingers crossed this hopefully shouldn’t be one of the known live versions.
As for disc 3, it looks that it will indeed feature the live recording of the band’s July 31st 1994 performance at Féile festival.
Although disc 4 no longer appears on the page, it’s pretty clear to us it will feature the following radio shows : 1991 Dave Fanning Show (1-4), 1992 John Peel Show (5-8), 1993 Dave Fanning Show (9-12)
2 rarities posted on YouTube by Luis Hernández,
courtesy of Alex Verveboy. Dolores O’Riordan interviewed at the Irish TV show “The Late Late Show” in 1999 and 2001.
Quality is pretty good for both videos.
The Late Late Show – RTÉ – 1999
The Late Late Show – RTÉ – 2001
A nice video featuring some members of Dolores’ family was posted today on limerickleader.ie in the article called “WATCH: Emotional scenes as Liam MacCarthy cup pays visit to Dolores O’Riordan’s family home”
No way to embed the video here so you have to click the link above to watch it directly on the Limerick Leader’s website.
Out of the blue, the demo version of the still unreleased song “Croatia” recently surfaced on the internet. It was posted on YouTube on the ‘Cranberries Music Video Edits’ channel.
Please note the images in this video are nothing official, obviously, and only the audio part really counts.
As you may know, the song is actually a Dolores O’Riordan solo song (AYL era) not The Cranberries.
Thanks for this gem!
More than 7 months after the passing of Dolores, tributes all over the world continue. We can’t review them all as they are too many, however let’s note 3 interesting ones which just happened these last few days:
The first tribute is currently hanging proudly at Connolly’s Cross, Co.Limerick. It was made by the art school ‘Class Art Studio’ from Ballyadam, Pallasgreen, Co Limerick. Over 30 children worked on different parts of the mural, each painting an individual butterfly inspired by The Cranberries song “Just My Imagination”.
More photos on the Class Art Studio’s Facebook.
Second tribute to notice concerns a band called ‘whenyoung’ who covered “Dreams” to pay their respect to a band who inspired them. The band members grew up in Limerick too…
The song is now available on Spotify and you can watch below the video posted on Vevo/YouTube:
The 3rd interesting tribute just happened a few hours ago on the Irish TV channel RTÉ One where the national school choir from Moyross, The Corpus Christi School Choir, performed “Dreams” in a show called ‘Up For The Match’ ahead of this Sunday’s All Ireland Final.
The performance was just posted on YouTube:
As you may remember the album “Something Else” will be reissued on green vinyl in 2 days (August 3rd) and today the first images of the sealed front cover with its sticker appeared on the internet on Instagram here and here. No image of the green vinyl itself for now but it should appear pretty soon. You can still pre-order the album now as this limited edition colored vinyl is not yet sold out. It’s available almost everywhere, for example on Amazon.com
UPDATE – AUGUST 2
Pretty soon indeed! Here comes the first photo of the green vinyl. Thanks to Instagram user patric_sea and to Isaac for the link.
A Cranmeeting was held in São Paulo, Brazil on July 14, 2018 in a bar called Cervejaria Artesanal São Paulo. The event was a tribute to Dolores O’Riordan and was arranged by brazilian fanclub “The Cranberries Brasil”. The entry was free.
First, there was an acoustic performance by a trio of fans, “Threeberries” (Jorge Vinicius, Erik Rizzatto and Matheus). Afterwards, “Mary Jane”, a cover band, performed.
1) God Be With You
2) Pure Love (Puro Amore)
4) 7 Years
6) Raining In My Heart
9) The Journey
10) Astral Projections
11) Fee Fi Fo
12) So Cold In Ireland
13) Daffodil Lament
Mary Jane (https://www.instagram.com/alanisecranberriescover)
1) Wake Up And Smell The Coffee
3) Free To Decide
5) Animal Instinct
7) Ode To My Family
8) Loud And Clear
10) Just My Imagination
11) When You’re Gone
12) Twenty One
15) I Can’t Be With You
16) Waltzing Back
17) The Icicle Melts
19) Ridiculous Thoughts
You can watch almost the complete performances on YouTube by clicking this link.
Thanks to Eduardo for sending us the photos below: