Remaster - Before and After

It’s taken a 50 Year kindling to remaster the Fire of God’s Love

 

The long awaited remastered version of singing nun sensation, Sister Irene O’Connor’s chart topping album Fire of God’s Love, has finally been released 50 years after it was first recorded. 

 

Global success

The album Fire of God’s Love which was pressed and released in limited numbers in 1973, has become a highly sought after collector’s item fetching extremely high prices at private sales and live auctions alike. 

 

Popularised for it’s hauntingly melodic message and synthesised beat, Sister Irene’s work Fire of God’s Love has been sampled in; Where’s the Catch by James Blake, featuring grammy recipient Andre 3000; pre-show opener for Swedish heavy metal band In Solitude; and the music underscore in award winning BBC of Killing Eve.  "Just dunk me" series 4, episode 1

 

Collaboration to share the music

Long time friend, artist, musician and sound engineer Craig Calhoun collaborated with Sister Irene to record her new music, remaster Fire of God’s Love and her back catalog for release to her expanding fan base around the world.

 

During the remastering process Craig discovered a technical error in the original master that became the inferior thin sounding vinyl pressing in circulation today.

 

The cutting edge advancements in audio restoration has uncovered a fuller, richer and higher definition sound, far superior to the original record pressing.

You can now hear Fire of God’s Love as it would’ve sounded in the recording studio. 

Listen to the difference: