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Pop - Erschienen am 30. Oktober 2020 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Pop - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2013 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Pop - Erschienen am 27. November 2020 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Pop - Erschienen am 15. März 2010 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

The purpose of Live at Stockholm Concert Hall may be questioned -- Brun's music is too sparse and balanced for her to offer something dramatically different from her regular records during a show (read: no ten-minute jams here), but the live setting also strips away much of the studio polish, making the album not exactly representative of her work. But it's still close, and besides, the release does a good job of showcasing the emotions Brun builds her music on, and if those emotions are rawer here than elsewhere, so much the better. Live at Stockholm Concert Hall is low-key affair centered around Brun's voice, which is an acquired taste: she may seem grating in her angrier moments, but she has a presence and can actually sing sweet melodies when she feels like it. The songs lead off with an acoustic guitar or, in some cases, piano, but violin, accordion, and percussion also make appearances, though they stay firmly in the background; it's possible not to realize that there's something else going on besides Brun's vocals and melodies, and in fact, there are plenty of arrangements to flesh out the music. The tunes themselves are similarly deceptive, being quiet and relaxed on the surface, sometimes folky, sometimes (less frequently) country, but either way packing plenty of tension into them, a trick best illustrated by her cover of Alphaville's "Big in Japan," which is given the same acoustic treatment here and turns into a somber and disquieting ballad. The stripped-down compositions start to blend together after a while, and at over an hour, Live at Stockholm Concert Hall is less impressive as a record than a concert experience, but it can still serve as a decent introduction to Ane Brun's in place of a best-of collection. © Alexey Eremenko /TiVo
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Pop - Erschienen am 24. Dezember 2018 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Pop - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2004 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

Norwegian singer-songwriter Ane Brun's second album features impeccably constructed folk-pop soundscapes and Brun's fragile-yet-tough vocals in a spare, fresh-sounding production. On "To Let Myself Go" her voice curls around the listener in smoky spirals, while "Song No. 6" hymns the soul-baring intensity of new love and "Laid in Earth" showcases her idiosyncratic, compelling songwriting skills. © TiVo
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Pop - Erschienen am 29. Mai 2013 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Pop - Erschienen am 30. September 2011 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

Fresh from her stint as backing vocalist on Peter Gabriel's New Blood tour, Swedish-based Norwegian singer/songwriter Ane Brun's fifth studio album, It All Starts with One, unequivocally adheres to the less-is-more approach to folk-pop music. Indeed, despite the presence of not one but two drummers, Per Eklund (Lykke Li) and Ola Hultgren (Loney Dear), Tobias Fröberg's spacious atmospheric production is so minimal that you could often hear a pin drop, particularly on the fragile acoustic ballads "Lifeline" and "Oh Love," which showcase Brun's trembling shimmering vocals at their most captivating, and the heart-wrenching finale, "Undertow." Even on the more expansive-sounding moments, Brun's distinctive vocals remain the focus, effortlessly flitting between Kate Bush-style banshee on the tribal-tinged lead single, "Do You Remember," to delicate torch singer accompanied by the faint pounding drums and hushed piano chords of "What's Happening with You and Him," to cabaret chanteuse on the dramatic cello strings and castanet rhythms of "One," a slightly theatrical number inspired by the recent revolutions in the Middle East. But it's when she combines her talents with the beautifully laid-back and understated tones of José González on "Worship," an eerie blend of cinematic sweeping strings, muted skittering percussion, and melancholic guitar strums, when the album produces something undeniably magical. The sheer sparseness of It All Starts with One would suggest that a mainstream audience might struggle to find something to latch onto, but having since become her first number one album in her adopted homeland, there's no reason why its quietly enchanting qualities can't go on to provide her with the breakthrough outside Scandinavia that she deserves. © Jon O'Brien /TiVo
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Pop - Erschienen am 6. Oktober 2017 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Pop - Erschienen am 4. September 2015 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Klassik - Erschienen am 17. August 2018 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Pop - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2011 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Alternativ und Indie - Erschienen am 26. März 2021 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Alternativ und Indie - Erschienen am 25. Mai 2003 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Pop - Erschienen am 1. Januar 2011 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Pop - Erschienen am 22. November 2005 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Pop - Erschienen am 2. April 2007 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB

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Alternativ und Indie - Erschienen am 28. Februar 2020 | Balloon Ranger Recordings AB