Monday, 31 October 2016

hallóbjörkwe'en , ! 2016



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Sunday, 23 October 2016

Björk - Triple_J: Angela Catterns Australia Interview: (1996) - [AAC-M4A]

AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/?88vlhz4n8zgkvqf - Björk:
Triple_J
Angela Catterns,
Australia Interview (1996)

Tracklist:

01. Björk, Triple_J Angela Catterns, Australia Interview (1996)

info: björk, talks to angela catterns in 1996 after her very first 'post' concert shows in australia. a wide ranging interview with the songstress covers her music, fashion, life in iceland and begins by clarifying how to say her name.

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Björk - BBC Radio 5Live: Up All Night (Sam Huxley) Interview (2011) - [AAC-M4A]

AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/?5hbcy9m9z3m9l6m - Björk:
BBC Radio 5Live:
Up All Night:
Sam Huxley, 'Biophillia' Interview (07-10-2011)

Tracklist:

01. 2011.07.10 - BBC Radio 5Live Up All Night (Sam Huxley)

info: icelandic superstar björk, talks to BBC radio 5 live's sam huxley about her new album and project, 'biophillia' - an ambitious concept involving music, nature and technology.

photo by
haren mehta.

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Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Björk - Live @ Eventim Apollo Hammersmith, With The Aurora Stringed Orchestra, London, England, UK, 24th September, (24-09-2016) [Partial] - [AAC-M4A]






















AAC-M4A download link: - http://www.mediafire.com/file/d9c0wnd3gryq301 - Björk:
Live @ Eventim Apollo Hammersmith,
London, England, UK, 
24th September, (24-09-2016) [Partial] [Aurora Stringed Orchestra] 

Setlist:

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

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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Björk - Live @ Royal Albert Hall, With The Aurora Stringed Orchestra, London, England, UK, 21st September, (21-09-2016) [Partial] - [AAC-M4A]














AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/?bnu5usbnk9xx22b - Björk:
Live @ Royal Albert Hall,
London, England, UK, 
21st September, (21-09-2016) [Partial] [Aurora Stringed Orchestra] 

Setlist:

01. Stonemilker (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
02. Lionsong (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
03. History Of Touches (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
04. Black Lake (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
05. Family * (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
06. Notget (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
07. Aurora (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
08. I've Seen It All * (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
09. Jóga * (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
10. Pagan Poetry * (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
11. Quicksand (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
12. Mouth Mantra * (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
13. Anchor Song * (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
14. Pluto (21-09-2016) [Aurora Orchestra]
15. Björk Introduces The Aurora Orchestra * (21-09-2016)
16. Björk Addresses The Crowd * (21-09-2016)

show review: 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. Guardian After an interval, dressed in a fibre-optic lampshade and mask that showed more of her face, she dipped back into her back catalogue, getting wilder and wilder reactions each time a song intro sparked recognition in the audience. In particular two tracks from 1997’s Homogenic – “Joga” and, in an encore, “Pluto” – worked brilliantly shorn of the heavy dance music production, while “Pagan Poetry” from Vespertine sparked an impromptu and extraordinarily well in-tune backing vocal singalong from the crowd, once more reminding how many hooklines are hidden beneath the lead vocal lines in Björk’s songs. From the unflinching examinations of pain and resentment in the first half, the show had transformed into a glorious celebration, and the palpable love for the performer was infectious. Consider me a convert. The Arts Desk

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Friday, 7 October 2016

Björk - Photoshoots - High Resolution

1.09GB download link: -  - 'the reason i do photographs is to help people understand my music, so it's very important that i am the same, emotionally, in the photographs as in the music.

most people's eyes are much better developed than their ears. if they see a certain emotion in the photograph, then they'll understand the music. so instead of having to listen to my album ten times, they'll get it the first time."

index magazine, june/july (2001)
  
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meny of these pictures have been bought from ebay + re-found and painstakingly re-named and put in the right year picture achive folders by gudmundsdottirbjork.blogspot.

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Björk - Appearences + Attends Dinners - High Resolution

819MB download link: -  'the reason i do photographs is to help people understand my music, so it's very important that i am the same, emotionally, in the photographs as in the music.

most people's eyes are much better developed than their ears. if they see a certain emotion in the photograph, then they'll understand the music. so instead of having to listen to my album ten times, they'll get it the first time."

index magazine, june/july (2001)
  
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http://www.bjork.com/ 
http://flickr.com/
https://www.google.co.uk/
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http://www.imagebam.com/

note: this is the last updated upload of this picture arcive. if you what to add photos/pictures to these folders then please vist the websites stated. some of these björk, high resolution photographs in this epic achive gallery have been found/bought/scanned/edited by members of the björk.fr team. and members of the gudmundsdottirbjork.blogspot team.

meny of these pictures have been bought from ebay + re-found and painstakingly re-named and put in the right year picture achive folders by gudmundsdottirbjork.blogspot.

we work very tirelessly buying/finding/hunting down colletable scans/magazines/postcards/posters,
to bring you folk's the highest-resolution photoshoot's of the icelandic/nordic pop warrior in all her beauty! 

please respect all the hard work that has been put in to this by all the team at the repected sites.

as well as the 'björk, photographers' who have so graciously contribute/helped to build this high resolution photo archive.

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Tuesday, 4 October 2016

The Sugarcubes - Leigh Lust Interview On NAS, USA, (1988) [Pt1&2] - [AAC-M4A]

AAC-M4A download link: - http://www.mediafire.com/file/zg95jrjr0xryjg6 - The Sugarcubes:
Leigh Lust Interview:
NAS, USA, (1988)

Tracklist:
01. The Sugarcubes - Leigh Lust Interview On NAS, USA, (1988) [Pt#1]
02. The Sugarcubes - Leigh Lust Interview On NAS, USA, (1988) [Pt#2]
Runtime:
[65:03mins]

info: this is the 'sugarcubes' first debut USA tour interview live on the NAS USA radio show in 1988.

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The Sugarcubes - Simon Mayo Session Recorded @ Gramm Studios, Iceland, 12th March, (12-03-1988) - [AAC-M4A]


AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/?ms0epvx08tl8oc7 - The Sugarcubes:
Simon Mayo Session,
Recorded @ Gramm Studios,
Iceland, 12th March, (12-03-1988)

Setlist:
01. Polo
02. Cat * (Unique Version)
03. Sick For Toys
04. Traitor
05. Blue Eyed Pop

info: recorded at gramm studios, iceland. broadcast wednesday. 6th April, 1988.
although introduced as a peel session, it was actually recorded for simon mayo, 
includes 2 tracks ("traitor" & "blue eyed pop") which were apparently not broadcast back in 1988.
as welll as a super cute unique version of "cat"

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Tappi Tíkarrass - Slor og Skítur (Dúri Dara) (Studio) Nýtt Líf - Vestmannaeyjar Islands, (1983) - [AAC-M4A]

AAC-M4A download link: - https://www.mediafire.com/?i1vdcw29ao42zu3 - Tappi Tíkarrass - Slor og Skítur (Dúri Dara) (Studio) Nýtt Líf - Vestmannaeyjar Islands, (1983) - Tracklist: 

01. Slor og Skítur * (Dúri Dara) [Studio] (Ending Credits)

Tappi Tíkarrass - Nýtt Líf Song's - Vestmannaeyjar Islands, Iceland, September, 4th (04-09-1983)

The film is the first of three about the misadventures of two friends, Þór and Danni. Two friends working at a restaurant get fired from their jobs and after seeing an advertisement for the fishing industry of the Westman Islands, decide to go there and make some money. The islands become a perfect setting for many funny and strange situations, especially after word gets around that the two are spies from the Ministry of Fisheries.
Nýtt Líf  - songs perfromed in movie are 'Sperglar'
'Ég Veit Þú Kemur' ("I Know You Will Come")
'Ég Veit Þú Kemur' (Again, Slower)
Unknown?
'Slor og Skítur' (Dúri Dara) ("Slor & Shit?")
Unknown?
'Þórður Sjóari' ("Þór The Sailor")
'Sjómannavalsinn' (Seamen's Waltz)
'Slor og Skítur' * (Dúri Dara) (Ending Credits) [Studio]

Directed by Þráinn Bertelsson 
Produced by Jón Hermannsson 
Written by Þráinn Bertelsson 
Starring Eggert Þorleifsson
Karl Ágúst Úlfsson 
Music by Various 
Distributed by Nýtt Líf ehf. 
Release date(s) 4 September 1983 
Running time 87 min 
Language Icelandic 
Budget ?

Full cast Karl Ágúst Úlfsson: Daníel Ólafsson.
Eggert Þorleifsson: Þór Magnússon.
Runólfur Dagbjartsson: Víglundur, work manager.
Eiríkur Sigurgeirsson: Axel, best employee.
Sveinn Tómasson: Ási, the shipper.
Guðrún Kolbeinsdóttir: María Víglundsdóttir.
Elva Ósk Ólafsdóttir: Miss Snæfells and Hnappadalssýsla.
Ingveldur Gyða Kristinsdóttir: Silja, Axels’ girlfriend.
Magnús S. Magnússon: Sigurður mayonese.
Frímann Lúðvíksson: Júlli, the house keeper.
Hlynur Ólafsson: Alli, guest at the ball at Alþýðuhúsið.
Guðlaug Bjarnadóttir: Magga, Þór’s ex-wife.
Sigurður Hallmarsson: middle-aged shop manager.
Sólrún Yngvadóttir: Woman on balcony.
Unnur Guðjónsdóttir
Sigurgeir Scheving
Einar Hallgrímsson
Kolbrún Halfdánardóttir
Hörður Haraldsson
Sveinbjörn Friðjónsson
Baldur Sæmundsson
Aðalheiður Sveinsdóttir
Elva Kolbeinsdóttir
Auður Björgvinsdóttir
María G. Hallgrímsdóttir
Elín Magnúsdóttir
Harpa Kolbeinsdóttir
Jóhannes Ágúst Stefánsson
Elías Bjarnhéðinsson
Páll Scheving
Graham Smith
Jónas Þórir Jónasson
Tappi Tíkarrass (Björk Guðmundsdóttir - vocals. Jakob Smári Magnússon - bass. Eyjólfur Jóhannsson - guitar. Guðmundur Þór Gunnarsson).

Credits[edit]Direction: Þráinn Bertelsson.
Production: Jón Hermannsson.
Writer: Þráinn Bertelsson.
Cinematography: Ari Kristinsson.
Film edition: Ari Kristinsson. Set decoration: Magnús S. Magnússon.
Costume: Marta Bjarnadóttir and Jón Karl Helgason.
Make-up department: Jón Karl Helgason.
Assistant director: Sigurgeir Scheving.
Graphic artist: Brian Pilkington.
Sound: Jón Hermannsson.
Sound recording assistant: Jóhannes Jónsson.
Sound re-recording mixer: Aad Wirtz.
Assistant camera: Jón Karl Helgason and Þorsteinn Þorsteinsson.
Music: Ágúst Pétursson, Ási í Bæ, Guðmundur Rúnar Lúðvíksson, Oddgeir Kristjánsson, Sigfús Halldórsson, Svavar Benediktsson, Tappi Tíkarrass (Björk Guðmundsdóttir - vocals. Jakob Smári Magnússon - bass. Eyjólfur Jóhannsson - guitar. Guðmundur Þór Gunnarsson).
Music advisor: Megas.


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