"When I'm Free (Deluxe)" by Ane Brun on iTunes

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Customer Reviews

Another A+


Absolutely outstanding as usual. I don’t normally go into any album expecting anything, but it’s a pretty safe bet that you’ll get quality from Ane Brun, and this album even goes a step beyond what I’ve come to expect from her. The lyrics are deep and emotive, perfectly complemented by her lush and full vocals. The mixing is gorgeous and complex, and the album overall creates an introspective atmosphere that makes it something I can listen to endlessly without ever getting bored. Very glad I finally pulled the trigger and added this album to my collection.

About Ane Brun

With her lilting vocals, theatrical arrangements, and delicate indie folk craft, Norwegian singer/songwriter Ane Brun (pronounced Ah-na Broon) remained a regional secret until 2003, when she made her European debut with the release of Spending Time with Morgan. Released on the DetErMine label, a company that Brun co-founded the previous year with the Tiny's Ellekari Larsson, Spending Time with Morgan won local praise for its cinematic sound and was later championed at the Swedish Independent Music Awards. One year later, Brun released the My Lover Will Go EP, as well as the romantic songbook A Temporary Dive. The latter album featured collaborations with Canadian artist Ron Sexsmith, Teitur, and Syd Matters, while its sound drew comparisons to early Neko Case, Feist, and Nick Drake. Three weeks after its release, A Temporary Dive went platinum in Brun's native country. A slew of awards followed, including the country's Grammy equivalent -- the Norwegian Spellemannsprisen -- for Best Female Artist and Hit of the Year in 2005. Brun closed out the year with yet another release, Duets, which found her collaborating with ten different songwriters. A remixed/remastered version of A Temporary Dive arrived in America via the V2 label in May 2006. Brun followed its release with Live in Scandinavia, her first live album, before setting to work on a new studio effort. Released in 2008, Changing of the Seasons dealt with shifting climates and evolving relationships, while Sketches (also released in 2008) compiled Brun's home recordings into an attractive package of demos. She appeared on Peter Gabriel's 2011 album New Blood, and later that year released her sixth album, It All Starts with One, produced by Tobias Fröberg. ~ MacKenzie Wilson & Andrew Leahey

    Molde, Norway
  • BORN
    Mar 10, 1976

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