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03 February 2013 - 21:32
Kanskje du behøver noen
Sadly, we are not far from the end of Hver gang vi møtes. Yesterday it was Magnus Grønneberg's turn to be honored by his colleagues. We can say that, linguistically, it was the hardest Saturday so far.
Many albums with CC Cowboys and two as a solo artist, though the songs - all in norwegian - were picked among the first ones. Our Lene in particular, after the somehow How would it be-like atmospheres of Rise to The Occasion, got back to tunes she feels most comfortable with, performing a more intimate and melodical version of Kanskje du behøver noen (from the 2009 album Morgen & Kveld) than the original.
This shift though seemed not to have impressed VG's reviewers, who this time gave the highest dice roll to Ole Paus, together with Morten Abel and Marion Ravn (almost heavenly while performing Når du sover). Marion is very active on her personal blog, posting news, pictures and comments on the show frequently. Recently she also wrote that she has worked with Lene for her [Marion's] upcoming album. Listening to the result is going to be interesting for sure, hopefully soon. Meanwhile, Marion will be the protagonist of next saturday's episode.

The success of Hver gang vi møtes goes on: the songs (including Lene's one) are at the top of the iTunes charts (please note that they can be bought also in other digital stores like Google Play or Amazon). But also, the success of the participants goes on. Surprisingly we find Here We Are - Historier så langt at #15 in the VG-lista (the 40 best-selling albums in Norway). Lene's new release is the album that has climbed more rapidly this week, up 21 positions compared to last week. On the other hand, Twist The Truth has now left the chart after reaching #35 (thanks gio for the info).

 
 


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