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Songs 2003-2013


Download links and information about Songs 2003-2013 by Ane Brun. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 02:07:31 minutes.

Artist: Ane Brun
Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 32
Duration: 02:07:31
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No. Title Length
1. Humming One of Your Songs 4:55
2. Are They Saying Goodbye? 3:57
3. My Lover Will Go 4:40
4. To Let Myself Go 3:19
5. Temporary Dive 4:25
6. Song No.6 (feat. Ron Sexsmith) 3:59
7. Rubber & Soul (feat. Teitur) 3:11
8. The Dancer (Live) 5:08
9. The Puzzle 2:53
10. The Treehouse Song 3:21
11. Changing of the Seasons 4:47
12. Gillian 3:29
13. Don't Leave 4:02
14. True Colors 2:22
15. Big In Japan 3:09
16. Ten Seconds (Sketches Version) 3:15
17. Lullaby For Grown-Ups (Sketches Version) 2:18
18. My Star (Live) 3:06
19. Lift Me (feat. Sivert Høyem) [Live] 4:35
20. The Fall (Live) 3:40
21. Don't Give Up (featuring Peter Gabriel) 6:36
22. Do You Remember 3:11
23. These Days 4:38
24. Worship (feat. José González) 6:00
25. One 3:18
26. Oh Love 4:18
27. Undertow 6:30
28. Du Gråter Så Store Tåra (Norwegian Version) 3:18
29. Alfonsina y el Mar 4:22
30. Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels) 3:41
31. This Voice 2013 4:03
32. Feeling Good 3:05



Norwegian singer Ane Brun has been steadily amassing a catalog of beautifully articulated songs. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of her debut album, Spending Time with Morgan, she’s thrown together this magical retrospective that includes a handful of rare tracks to supplement the familiar songs. Among the rarities are a stunning take of Arcade Fire’s “Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels),” a re-recording of “This Voice” that’s in line with its live arrangement, a cover of Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good,” and an orchestral duet with Peter Gabriel on “Don’t Give Up,” where Brun did the unthinkable and matched (some would say, improved on) Kate Bush’s iconic contribution. Other great tracks—“Humming One of Your Songs,” “Song No. 6” (with Canadian songwriting powerhouse Ron Sexsmith), and live versions of “The Dancer,” “My Star,” “Lift Me” (with Sivert Høyem), and “The Fall”—create an overview that’s complex and satisfying. Brun may not be a household name in the U.S., but that’s largely our fault and not hers.