Category Archives: Leif Vollebekk

‘At the End of the Line (Version La Frette)’- Leif Vollebekk

A raw, rainy late October night seems like a good time to cue up this warm, alternate version of ‘At the End of the Line’ that Leif Vollebekk recorded and just let it play on repeat for a good long … Continue reading

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‘Spanish Harlem Incident’ (Bob Dylan cover)- Leif Vollebekk

Not content with releasing one of the finest records so far this year, North Americana, Leif Vollebekk went ahead and released a 5-song EP of covers yesterday called Borrowed Time. It’s the cover of Bob Dylan’s ‘Spanish Harlem Incident’ that … Continue reading

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‘Artists as Fans’- Leif Vollebekk

Song: ‘Idiot Wind’- Bob Dylan     ‘Idiot Wind’ is a song that often plays in the juke joint of my soul. I figure either the Wurlitzer is busted or my subconscious is feeding it quarters in my sleep. It may disappear … Continue reading

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‘When The Subway Comes Above The Ground’- Leif Vollebekk

As the winter has begun to relent I’ve taken to putting on Leif Vollebekk’s magnificent new album, North Americana, each day and letting it play through a few times as I go about my business. It’s a wordy, literate record … Continue reading

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‘Don’t Go To Klaksvik’- Leif Vollebekk

We are going to try something different today. Before you listen to the song below I want you to imagine one of the following things: playing outside in the rain, dancing in the kitchen with a significant other or driving … Continue reading

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