Björk Guðmundsdóttir & tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar - Gling-Gló
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October 1, 1990 / Release Date
LP / Format
Smekkleysa / Label
Vocal Jazz, Jazz / Genres
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The punks discover jazz and croon in icelandic, as long as it needs to finish their joke.
In addition to being a perfectly serviceable soft vocal jazz record, "Gling-Gló" doubles as a fascinating document of the young, late-Sugarcubes Björk, beginning to dabble in a genre that will form part of the eclectic tapestry of her first two solo LPs.

Featuring all-Icelandic vocals (save for two bonus tracks - live radio recordings for Ríkisútvarpið), "Gling-Gló" is a charming mixture of Western jazz standards ("Í Dansi ... read more
Bjork was cute in her younger days, but I boycott her because she advocates bestiality, the cruel rape and abuse of animals.
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