Sigur Rós Featuring Steindór Andersen - Rimur EP download mp3 album
The EP contains six songs, all of which feature Steindór Andersen reciting traditional Icelandic rímur poetry. Sigur Rós accompany him on three songs. Two songs feature Steindór alone. The last song on the EP, "Lækurinn", is a duet with Sigurður Sigurðarson. Sigur Rós' 1997 debut album Von found a US and UK release in October 2004. Samskeyti) from the album is used on the video 6AM by film maker Carmen Vidal, winner of the 2006 Student Academy Award. To promote their film Heima, the band scheduled a series of premiere screenings throughout the world, featuring a short acoustic set before the film and a question-and-answer session afterwards. 2008: Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust. Main article: Með suð í eyrum við spilum endalaust.
Rimur EP: Steindor Andersen featuring Sigur Ros. Traditional Icelandic rhymes with musical backing. The CD itself features the same minimalistic artwork of the first CDr release but with a clear instead of a white background. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Rímur is a limited EP record released independently by Sigur Rós featuring Steindór Andersen performing rímur. It was sold during the band's spring 2001 tour. Only 1000 copies of the EP were printed. 1. "Kem ég enn af köldum heiðum" – 6:19 2. "Til ei lætur tíðin mér" – 1:00 3. "Fjöll í austri fagurblá" – 6:00 4. "Slær á hafið himinblæ" – 1:29 5. "Hugann seiða svalli frá" – 6:02 6. "Lækurinn" – 5:50 Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. "Lækurinn" – 5:50. Don't want to see ads?
Rímur is a limited EP record released independently by Sigur Rós featuring Steindór Andersen performing rímur. It was sold during the band's spring 2001 tour A live performance of "Á ferð til Breiðafjarðar vorið 1922" with Steindór later appeared on the band's 2007 DVD release Heima. Rímur (singular Ríma) may refer to: Rímur, Icelandic epic poetry. Rímur (album), the album by Sigur Rós and Steindór Andersen. Rima, the DC comic book hero.
Band Name Sigur Rós. Album Name Rímur. Type EP. Released date 2001. Members owning this album0. Limited to 1000 copies. Mansöngur (ft. Steindór Andersen). 2. Rímur af Göngu-Hrólfi (ft. 3. Fjöll í Austri (ft. 4. Vorvísur (ft. 5. Á Ferð til Breiðafjarðar Vorið 1922 (ft. 6. Lækurinn (ft. Steindór Andersen and Sigurður Sigurðarson).
The discography of Sigur Rós, an Icelandic post-rock group, consists of seven studio albums, three remix album, five extended plays, one soundtrack album, sixteen singles, twenty-three music videos and two video albums. Sigur Rós was formed in 1994 in Reykjavík, Iceland, by singer and guitarist Jón Þór Birgisson, bassist Georg Hólm and drummer Ágúst Ævar Gunnarsson.
) Rímur Sigur Rós & Steindór Andersen. Sigur Rós Reykjavík, Iceland.
the steindór andersen ep contains six songs, three of which sigur rós accompany him on. two songs feature steindór alone and the last song on the cd is steindór and his friend sigurður sigurðarson singing the poem lûkurinn (the stream), recorded under the bridge of the stream by sigur rós's studio. 1000 copies of the cd were printed and sold in the spring tour of 2001, where steindór joined the band to perform the songs from the ep. (here is a photo of steindór performing with the band. the cd was sold in a blank white paper case and the artwork on the cd itself was minimal
|1||–Sigur Rós & Steindór Andersen||Kem Ég Enn Af Köldum Heiðum||6:18|
|2||–Steindór Andersen||Til Ei Lætur Tíðin Mér||1:00|
|3||–Sigur Rós & Steindór Andersen||Fjöll Í Austri Fagurblá||6:00|
|4||–Steindór Andersen||Slær Á Hafið Himinnblæ||1:28|
|5||–Sigur Rós & Steindór Andersen||Hugann Seiða Svalli Frá||6:02|
|6||–Sigurður Sigurðarson & Steindór Andersen||Lækurinn||5:49|
NotesOriginally released in Iceland on Krúnk as a limited Tour Only pro-printed CDr, limited to 1000 copies, this was reprinted on a regular CD during their US Tour, as well limited to another 1000.
It comes with a blank but stickered cover:
One sticker credits "Sigur Rós", the other reads:
Sigur Ros featuring
chanting with musical
There's a variant sticker as well:
"Sigur Ros Rarity!
Rimur EP: Steindor
rhymes with musical
The CD itself features the same minimalistic artwork of the first CDr release but with a clear instead of a white background.
|Tour CD||Sigur Rós & Steindór Andersen||Sigur Rós & Steindór Andersen - Rímur EP (CDr, EP, Ltd)||Krúnk||Tour CD||Iceland||2001|
|none||Sigur Rós & Steindór Andersen||Sigur Rós & Steindór Andersen - Rímur EP (6xFile, ALAC, EP)||Krúnk||none||Iceland||2001|
|RIMUR001||Sigur Rós Featuring Steindór Andersen||Sigur Rós Featuring Steindór Andersen - Rimur EP (CD, EP, Ltd, RP)||Krúnk||RIMUR001||Europe||2001|