Björk ‎– Cover Me

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Westwood One (2) ‎– WWL 037
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CD, Compilation, Unofficial Release
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Compilation of unreleased tracks and some live performances.
Track 1: Poem read by Björk on a UK TV morning show
Track 2: Finnish traditional song recorded 1975. Listed on back of cover as "Trad.Icelandic Folksong"
Track 3: Danish traditional song recorded 1975
Track 4: Cover of Tina Charles' hit
Track 5: Icelandic cover of the old Beatles hit, 1977. Listed as "Fool On The Hill (Icelandic)"
Track 6: Cover of the old Lou Reed song on sugarcubes demo for the Icelandic movie "Skytturnar" in 1986
Track 7: From the Icelandic compilation "Hvit Er I Borg & Bær", 1987
Track 8: The Sugarcubes contribution to Elektra's 40th Anniversary Compilation CD set "Rubáiyát". Cover of an old 'Sailcat' hit, misspelled on rear cover "Motocycle Mama".
Track 9: The Sugarcubes cover ABBA on an old demotape.
Track 10: Traditional Jazz standard that Björk sang live with Tríó Gudmundur Ingolfssonar at Hotel Borg in Reykjavik 30.08.1990
Track 11: Traditional Jazz standard that Björk sang live with Tríó Gudmundur Ingolfssonar at Hotel Borg in Reykjavik 30.08.1990
Track 12: The Sugarcubes covered this on the Walkabout single.
Track 13: The Sugarcubes played this Elvis cover live with El Vez 1992
Track 14: Björk & DJ Þórhallur (AKA Thor)on the comp. "Sodoma Reykjavík"
Track 15: Björk and KK Band on the compilation "Sodoma Reykjavík". Listed on back of cover as "Björk & Þórhallur"
Track 16: Live 'Stones cover with PJ Harvey at the 1994 Brit Awards
Track 17: An Icelandic traditional song featured as a b-side on one Possibly Maybe single and on Hector Zazou's album "Songs From The Cold Seas"
Track 18: Danish song for a Danish movie, only available on a small number of promo CD's
Track 19: Björk did a few remixes of this song by A Tribe Called Quest, and in this version she also added herself singing
Track 20: A collaboration with Tricky, from his album 'Nearly God'
Track 21: Live with Steve Coogan's character Tony Ferrino at the BBC Comic Relief gala at Red Nose Day 14.03.97
Track 22: Collaboration with Plaid from their album "Not For Threes"
Track 23: Traditional Danish song performed at the Danish Grammies 1997
Track 24: Traditional Icelandic christmas-song from "How The ----- Stole Christmas" tape from KROQ, 1995. Listed on cover as "Merry Christmas From Björk"

Track durations do not appear on the release itself and taken from the player.

Westwood One Radio Networks

In Concert - New Rock
SHOW 37 (or in some copies SHOW 99-35)
Westwood One Entertainment
For licenced broadcast use only

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  • Matrix / Runout: R-DUCK 9808

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