Rebekka Bakken - Most Personal (2016)

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Rebekka Bakken - Most Personal (2016)

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CD 1

1. A Whole Lot of Angels (03:31)
2. No Easy Way (04:44)
3. Cover Me With Snow (03:42)
4. Welcome Home (04:34)
5. As Tears Clear Our Eyes (04:16)
6. Powder Room Collapse (05:02)
7. To Be Your Lover (03:39)
8. Korset vil Jeg Aldri Svike (04:40)
9. September (04:3
10. Not a Woman (03:12)
11. Is That You? (03:31)
12. Daylight Is Short In Fall (03:50)
13. You Bring New Stars (03:59)
14. Forever Young (05:40)
15. Der Schnee Draussen Schmilzt (03:24)

CD 2

1. Waiter and Cake (03:42)
2. Virgin’s Lullaby (03:22)
3. Any Pretty Girl (03:31)
4. Going Home (Is a Lonely Travel) (04:00)
5. Same Kind (04:00)
6. If You Don’t Ask For More (02:46)
7. The Art of How To Fall (03:42)
8. Didn’t I (04:14)
9. Ghost In This House (04:30)
10. Never Been To Paris (03:40)
11. Everything Can Change (Orchestra Version) (03:41)
12. Starlight of Your Heart (03:00)
13. Say Goodbye To What Is Gone (05:32)
14. As I Lay Myself Bare (02:57)
15. Used To Be My Movie (04:00)


MOST PERSONAL is a kind of best of by singer Rebekka Bakken taking the material from her Emarcy recordings .. and a few new tracks, ranging from a touching Norwegian folk song to one in German by the late singer/songwriter Ludwig Hirsch and three new songs in English – all worth listening to beside all the great songs from her 5 albums so far. A showcase for her great song writing and singing skills. Essential listening. ---


Nordic folk-jazz chanteuse Rebekka Bakken was the most successful exponent of a new generation of Scandinavian jazz singers that also included Silje Nergaard, Sidsel Endresen, and Solveig Slettahjell. Born in Oslo in 1970, Bakken studied violin and piano as a child, and in 1995 relocated to New York City to pursue a professional music career. There she paired with Austrian-born guitarist Wolfgang Muthspiel, and together they toured the local nightclub circuit as a duo. In time Bakken also befriended German pianist Julia Hülsmann, with whom she recorded the 2003 album Scattering Poems, a collection of jazz performances inspired by the poems of e.e. cummings. Upon completing the project Bakken returned to Europe, settling in Vienna and signing a solo deal with the Universum label. Her debut LP, The Art of How to Fall, followed by year's end, and in 2005 she resurfaced with her commercial breakthrough, Is That You? I Keep My Cool followed a year later. --- Jason Ankeny, Rovi

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