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Name:Bjørn Berge Live in Europe 2008 *FLAC*

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00. Björn Berge - Live in Europe.nfo (Size: 451.23 MB) (Files: 30)

 00. Björn Berge - Live in Europe.nfo

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 00. Björn Berge - Live in Europe.m3u

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 Live In Europe (Deluxe Edition).cue

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 Björn Berge - Trains.flac

27.56 MB

 Björn Berge - Thursdays.flac

27.00 MB

 Björn Berge - The story behind stringmachine.flac

5.14 MB

 Björn Berge - The new guita.flac

5.06 MB

 Björn Berge - Testify Give it away.flac

41.42 MB

 Björn Berge - Stringmachine.flac

37.58 MB

 Björn Berge - Someday.flac

23.13 MB

 Björn Berge - Sissy boys and girlie men.flac

3.63 MB

 Björn Berge - See that my grave is kept clean.flac

35.30 MB

 Björn Berge - N.V..flac

32.91 MB

 Björn Berge - Louise.flac

19.87 MB

 Björn Berge - Minutes.flac

18.07 MB

 Björn Berge - Introducing Louise.flac

2.61 MB

 Björn Berge - Buena.flac

27.57 MB

 Björn Berge - Bring it on home.flac

33.11 MB

 Björn Berge - Black Jesus.flac

27.43 MB

 Björn Berge - Angel band.flac

16.66 MB

 Björn Berge - Ace of spades.flac

40.52 MB

 Björn Berge - 13 question method.flac

26.55 MB

 Bjorn Berge - Live In Europe (Deluxe Edition).m3u

1.20 KB

 Bjorn Berge - Live In Europe (Deluxe Edition).log

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Björn Berge - Live in Europe

Artist...............: Björn Berge
Album................: Live in Europe
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2008
Ripper...............: EAC (Secure mode) / LAME 3.92 & Asus CD-S520
Codec................: Free Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: reference libFLAC 1.2.1 20070917
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 55 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment
Information..........: Ripped by me

Ripped by............: Me on 28.02.2009
Posted by............: Me on 28.02.2009
News Server..........:
News Group(s)........: alt.binaries.sounds.mp3.metal.full.albums

Included.............: NFO, M3U, LOG, CUE
Covers...............: Front


1. (00:05:01) Björn Berge - 13 question method
2. (00:05:44) Björn Berge - Ace of spades
3. (00:03:20) Björn Berge - Angel band
4. (00:04:12) Björn Berge - Black Jesus
5. (00:04:55) Björn Berge - Bring it on home
6. (00:04:18) Björn Berge - Buena
7. (00:00:47) Björn Berge - Introducing Louise
8. (00:03:45) Björn Berge - Louise
9. (00:03:29) Björn Berge - Minutes
10. (00:05:08) Björn Berge - N.V.
11. (00:05:42) Björn Berge - See that my grave is kept clean
12. (00:00:59) Björn Berge - Sissy boys and girlie men
13. (00:03:48) Björn Berge - Someday
14. (00:05:29) Björn Berge - Stringmachine
15. (00:06:02) Björn Berge - Testify / Give it away
16. (00:01:32) Björn Berge - The new guita
17. (00:01:25) Björn Berge - The story behind stringmachine
18. (00:05:32) Björn Berge - Thursdays
19. (00:04:15) Björn Berge - Trains

Playing Time.........: 01:15:23
Total Size...........: 451,11 MB

NFO generated on.....: 28.02.2009 10:47:02
:: Generated by Music NFO Builder v1.19 - ::


Well, uhm, … JESUS, THAT'S ALREADY A WELL-SPENT 15 EUROS!!!!" was the first thing my company and me uttered after Bjorn Berge's set. I guess we expected some laidback dude playing some laidback and well-mannered acoustic country-blues, but what we got instead was an imposing tattooed giant who played with the attitude and energy of the best rock bands out there, and boasted very impressive skills. From the first song to the last, you had people concentrating on his insanely fast finger-picking, raising their eyebrows in disbelief. Bjorn BergeThe guy's playing is speedy and amazingly powerful, the best thing about it all being that he doesn't sacrifice all his class for brute power (which was another matter with the blues-punk of Dutch one man band Ottoboy, for instance) - it's not some bully banging on a guitar. Using a thumb-pick and pink slide, Berge tore through "Ramblin' on My Mind" and Skip James' "Cypress Grove" as if he was the bastard offspring of Tony Joe White (the voice, the funk) and Leo Kottke (speed) with hell hounds on his trail. In between songs, Berge also proved to be a charming performer with a self-deprecating sense of humour (accompanied by an appropriate smirk) and an eagerness to interact with the (rather quiet) audience. With a handful of albums to his credit, he had enough material to pick from, but the focus was mainly on more recent material and covers of rock songs. Even though it appears on his latest album - St. Slide - he didn't play Motörhead's "Ace of Spades," but what you got instead was easily as good, as he transformed Robert Johnson's "Traveling Riverside Blues" (yeah, that's the one with the "squeeze my lemon"-line) into a ridiculously funky beast that almost resembled Nomeansno's "Big Dick" (no kidding!) and even managed to get away with covering Morphine's tale of adultery, "Thursday." Other highlights were a song called "13 Question Method" (?), which he stretched out and used to show off his talents ("Play guitar, light a cigarette and still look cool in the meantime"), the original "Trains" and a funk-blues cover of Everlast's "Black Jesus." If Berge had been born an American, he would be much bigger by now. Granted, he won a Grammy in Norway and is a best-selling (blues) artist over there, but anyone who can deliver blues on steroids this convincingly deserves the biggest audience he can get. Whatever your plans are… if this guy gets in your neighbourhood, you know what to do. It's dynamite.


This guy is considered the hottest ticket on the european blues circuit.
He sings in english and his voice is a mixture of James Hetfield,Tom Waits and Eddie Vedder.
His guitar playing is second to none,,reminds me of Ry Cooder-Paris,Texas at times and he is funny as fcuk.
Do yourself a favour and grab this now,you will not be dissappointed

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