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Bjork - Joga mp3 track

MP3 1980 mb. | FLAC 1792 mb. | WMA 1128 mb.

Performer: Bjork
Title: Joga
Country: UK
Released: 1997
Style: Modern Classical, Downtempo
Category: Electronic
Rating: 4.4 ✦
Other format: MP4 DXD MP2 APE VQF AU AUD

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Joga
Film Director [Uncredited] – Michel Gondry


Video cassette in plain white cardboard wallet with window. Two Elektra stickers without logo on cassette front and on wallet spine.



Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TPLP81CD Björk Jóga ‎(CD, Single) One Little Indian TPLP81CD UK 1997
571 645-2 Björk Jóga ‎(CD, Single, Red) Mother Records 571 645-2 Europe 1997
TPLP 81 Björk Jóga ‎(CD, Single, RE) One Little Indian TPLP 81 UK 1998
TPLP81 Björk Jóga ‎(3x12") One Little Indian TPLP81 UK 1997
571 645-2 Björk Jóga ‎(CD, Single, Car) Mother Records, Polydor 571 645-2 Australia 1997

Jóga" is a song by Björk, released as the first single from her album of 1997, Homogenic. An electronic song, "Jóga" fuses these elements with baroque and classical styles. The track's sound was partially inspired by Icelandic music, containing what have been described as "volcanic beats". Lyrically, the piece is an ode to Björk's native land and her best friend, while containing subtexts relating to emergency.

All these accidents that happen Follow the dots Coincidence makes sense only with you You don't have to speak I feel. Thanks to Matt, mexico, Dawn Breaker, mirinda, yann for correcting these lyrics. Writer(s): BJORK GUDMUNDSDOTTIR, SJON. album: "Homogenic" (1997). Hunter Joga Unravel Bachelorette All Neon Like 5 Years Immature Alarm Call Pluto All Is Full Of Love.

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Björk à propos du titre. I think that songs is several things. At the time, I was going to move to London for a couple of months to record an album. I ended up doing two records and touring the world. I’d never been so long away from Iceland, so when I started preparing for Homogenic, it was very obviously supposed to be a love album to Iceland nature. I’d learned enough about studios and beats to make modern Icelandic pop music. It’s isn’t Icelandic music trying to be English or American.

Joga is obviously excellent. Sod Off gets kind of repetitive, but is a nice track. Bjork's version of Immature is a nice acoustic touch to the album version. So Broken is Bjork doing a lo-fi song with purely vocals and guitar, and is probably the strongest song next to Joga on here.