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By Myself

Inger Marie Gundersen

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1.1
I Don't Want to Talk About It
Inger Marie Gundersen
4:22
1.2
By Myself
Inger Marie Gundersen
3:20
1.3
A Taste of Honey
Inger Marie Gundersen
4:01
1.4
Sad Song
Inger Marie Gundersen
4:19
1.5
One
Inger Marie Gundersen
5:41
1.6
Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
Inger Marie Gundersen
3:20
1.7
I'm so Lonesome I Could Cry
Inger Marie Gundersen
2:34
1.8
Where Were You
Inger Marie Gundersen
4:24
1.9
If You Go Away
Inger Marie Gundersen
3:44
1.10
Don't Explain
Inger Marie Gundersen
5:07
1.11
You Don't Know What Love Is
Inger Marie Gundersen
4:09
Total Playing Time    45:01
On her second album By Myself, jazz vocalist Inger Marie Gunderson covers a wide range of artists, from James Taylor to U2 and Hank Williams to Jacques Brel. She chose to work with renowned Danish producer Søren Sigumfeldt and recorded in Gothenburg, Sweden with handpicked Arendal musicans. Also appearing is Swedish guitar virtuoso Ulf Wakenius, trumpet player Gunnar Halle and electric guitarist Niclas Knudsen.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Stunt Records Studio Masters

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