Friday, 17 March 2017

Björk - Entrevista En México [Radio Interview] (2017) - [AAC-M4A]

AAC-M4A download link: - http://www.mediafire.com/file/1p7vtpb94q5ftab/ - Björk:
Entrevista En México [Radio Interview]
(2017)

Tracklist:
01. Björk Entrevista En México [Radio Interview] (2017) 

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Tuesday, 28 February 2017

Björk - Hyperballard Interview (Blue Vinyl) Recorded In Manchester, England, UK, (1995-1996) - [AAC-M4A]




AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/?cd9dk7lvgbyl2s8 - Blue vinyl. 
Made in EC 

This bootleg contains a poorly recorded interview. 

She speaks about how Hyperballad is about how love lasts for about 3 years and then you know if it's real love or not, and how you keep your bad behaviour inside yourself and have to run away do something really horribly destructive to come back and be sweet. 
Then she speaks about Iceland and her friends there. 

Side A and B are the same recording. 
It was recorded in Manchester 1995 or 1996. 

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Monday, 30 January 2017

Björk - Live @ Tonight Show With Jay Leno, NBC, USA, November, 2nd (11-02-1995) - [AAC-M4A]




AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/?ok9w2wgqnc8k4wd - Björk:
Live TV Show Performace @
Tonight Show With Jay Leno,
NBC, USA, November, 2nd
(11-02-1995)

Setlist:

01. It's Oh So Quiet - Live On Tonight Show With Jay Leno, USA, November, 2nd (11-02-1995) 

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Björk - Live @ Tonight Show With Jay Leno, NBC, USA, April, 15th (05-15-1994) - [AAC-M4A]






AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/?xej6jd8sdiqnkbu - Björk:
Live TV Show Performace @
Tonight Show With Jay Leno,
NBC, USA, April, 15th
(05-15-1994)

Setlist:

01. Big Time Sensuality - Live @ Tonight Show With Jay Leno, NBC, USA, (05-15-1994)

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Sunday, 22 January 2017

Björk - Live @ Eventim Apollo Hammersmith, 24th September, (24-09-2016) - [AAC-M4A]




















AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/?g8s1zxnv0pmgb60 - Björk: Live @ Eventim Apollo Hammersmith,
London, England, UK, 
24th September, (24-09-2016) [Aurora Stringed Orchestra] 

Setlist:

01. Stonemilker 
02. Lionsong
03. History Of Touches
04. Black Lake
05. Family
06. Notget
07. Aurora
08. I’ve Seen It All
09. Jóga
10. Pagan Poetry @ Royal Albert Hall, (21-09-2016)
11. Quicksand
12. Mouth Mantra
Encore:
13. Bachelorette
14. Anchor Song
15. Pluto

show review: On one side of London this week, you can venture gobbily, fleshily, into Björk’s mouth. Her virtual reality exhibition in Somerset House (a smaller version of the career retrospective shown at New York’s MoMA in 2015) immerses you vividly, and visually, in her bruisingly personal recent music, letting you spin 360 degrees, in 3D, through the place from which that famous voice comes, as well as barren seaside landscapes, and neon-lit cyborg panoramas. It’s the dictionary definition of not for everyone, but you can’t fault its ambition and invention, as you never can with Björk.

It’s therefore hard to imagine her in a conventional concert space, as she was in South Kensington on Wednesday night. The stage was set as for a Prom: a microphone alone to the front, the Aurora Orchestra black-shirted or frocked behind music stands, and conductor, Andrew Gourlay.


Our soloist emerges in white: a T-shirt, miniskirt and platform shoes recalling her 1990s clubby imperial phase, a UV-activated cloak and mask adding a theatrical dimension over them, as well as an extra layer of protection. This matters when the first half of the gig showcases Vulnicura Strings, Björk’s late 2015 reworking of its mother album, Vulnicura, released 10 months ago. The original detailed the breakdown of Björk’s marriage to film director Matthew Barney in real-time, with added anxious, electronics. Without them, Björk feels more exposed, the emotions more sentimental, the reach of them more universal.

Watching Björk sing these beautiful orchestral pieces feels startlingly, punishingly, direct. The fact that her voice seemingly hasn’t changed since the 1980s as she delivers her lyrics is striking – it gets more supercharged by the song, crackling with electricity. She tells the audience about how her “shield is gone” (Black Lake), and hymns “every single fuck” (History of Touches), as well as the death of her family in Family; the last feels especially stark when she asks “how to sing us out of this sorrow?”. In this grand, open space, Björk’s songs recall, rather strangely, the toughest emotional moments of opera, and powerfully re-render them.


The second half of the concert – her first performance in the venue in her long career – is a short spin through other parts of Björk’s career. The same strings providing a lush, whirling backdrop. They could smother the songs in this set, but Björk’s unique way with a melody – full of strange, wayward intervals and leaps – means the results are often lively and lovely.

There’s not much allowance for the hits, though: Vespertine’s Pagan Poetry (no 38 in 2001) and Homogenic’s Joga (no 191 in 1997) are probably the best-known songs. The beats that formed the backbone of her 2008 Volta and 2012 Biophilia tours are also much missed. Björk is at her best when she’s got all of her modern world with her.

As the gig moves to its climax, she starts beaming, even returning to the encore with a glass of champagne. By this point, she’s wearing a dress resembling a jellyfish – of course she is – and you’re reminded of the playfulness that has always been part of Björk’s art, and part of her unfazed lyrical approach to sex, life, death and everything else in between. She shrieks the conclusion to Pluto, beams, and scampers off; she returns five minutes later to say thanks after her roaring fans won’t accept that she’s gone. That famous mouth smiles. Here’s to more of it. Iconic singer-songwriter Björk made her first headline appearance at the Royal Albert Hall on 21 September 2016 in a night that will live long in the memory for those lucky enough to be there.


Her visit to the Hall came mid-way through a month to remember for the Icelander, with an immersive virtual reality exhibition installed down the road at Somerset House, and another sold-out performance in Hammersmith due later in the week.


Following on from the success of Vulnicura Strings, an acoustic companion album to 2015 release Vulnicura, this Hall concert saw Björk accompanied only by the massed strings of the Aurora Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Gourlay.


The audience looked on in silent awe throughout, as the singer opened with six delicately-crafted songs from the new album, before returning for a set of stringed adaptations of older favourites, including Pagan Poetry and 1997 single Jóga.


With fans hooked on her every word, Björk’s phenomenal voice filled the auditorium. Speaking rarely, at one point she turned to thank the Aurora Orchestra for their accompaniment – a treat for all of those amongst us who love hearing her alveolar trill on the letter ‘R’!


The dynamic of vocal and strings, as well as Björk’s inimitable stage presence and wardrobe, made for a captivating evening and a magical atmosphere, with the crowd erupting in euphoria after set closer Pluto.

As the cheers persisted, and Pluto’s refrain echoed around the Hall, the singer made a brief return to the stage to thank London, which she described as her ‘second musical home’, before disappearing backstage, unique and mesmerising as ever.

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Friday, 30 December 2016

Björk - Rock Express Interview, Broadcast On French TV (29-10-1995) - [AAC-M4A]

AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/?nfgyl5yazj0cco0 - Björk:
Rock Express Interview,
Broadcast On French TV,
(29-10-1995)

Tracklist:
01. Björk Rock Express Interview, Broadcast On French TV, (29-10-1995)

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Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Björk - Live In Concert @ Eldborg Harpa, Iceland Airwaves '16, Reykjavík, 8th November, (08-11-2016) [Partial] - [AAC-M4A]









AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/?4cbxa6qj5cprybn - Björk:
Live In Concert @ Eldborg Harpa, Iceland Airwaves '16,
Reykjavík, Iceland, [Sinfóníuhljómsveit Icelandic Symphony, Stringed Orchestra]
8th November, (08-11-2016) [Partial]

Setlist:

01. Stonemilker 
02. Lionsong
03. History Of Touches
04. Black Lake
05. Family
06. Notget
07. Aurora
08. I’ve Seen It All
09. Jóga
10. Vertebrae By Vertebrae *
11. Bachelorette
12. Quicksand
13. Mouth Mantra
Encore:
14. Um Akkeri/Anchor Song *
15. Pluto

show info: Björk actually kicked things off on Saturday, at 5pm, with her show of two halves : one set of orchestrated reworkings of her 2015 album Vulnicura, and a second set of also-symphonic “hits”. For the first she wore a red puffy dress and matching shoes and headdress, but really the mood was blue, although Vulnicura is an autopsy of her relationship with Matthew Barney, so maybe the colour did make sense. This was non-electronic Björk, singing sweetly these sometimes sour scenes from a marriage, the alternately swelling and stabbing strings and weeping violins conjuring mournfulness and melodrama. It is to her credit that she managed to make Vulnicura – her Blood on the Tracks if not her Berlin or Sister Lovers – a viable commercial attraction, giving shape and order to the emotional tumult, to these snippets of words said in anger (“You betrayed your own heart / corrupted that organ”) and anguished cries about the destruction of a family. She created intimacy in an immense space. After the interval, the mood was lightened somewhat as Björk returned for renditions of Jóga and Bachelorette, for which she wore what looked like an extraterrestrial burka. Of course she did. Guardian
The power of Björk’s Vulnicura performance lies in her ability to emote for our viewing pleasure. It sounds sickening when I phrase it that way, but stay with me here. She joined her full orchestra onstage at Harpa wearing a puffy red dress designed by David Ferreira, red stockings, and red platform shoes. On her face was a mask that looked a lot like a ruff. In that moment, she looked just like the Queen Of Hearts, and then she started to sing and I decided it wasn’t an apt comparison. Björk began with “Stonemilker,” which opens Vulnicura with an admission of distance. “Our jux-ta-po-si-tioning fate,” Björk sang, landing each syllable as if it were its own word. “Find our mutual coordinates.” I’m not really a cryer, and I cried. There is something so overwhelmingly sad about watching Björk sing these songs. She has made sad music in the past, yes, but there’s always been a playfulness to her character that transcends misery. On Vulnicura, though, she’s kind of just letting us know every single dark thought that passed through her head during a life-altering breakup. To see anyone stripped of their joy is terrible. To see Björk deprived of hers is borderline unbearable. Stereogum

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