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Bjorklund's "Summer Romance" video exclusive available

Thursday, April 28, 2011 – Danish singer/pedal steel guitarist Maggie Bjorklund's debut solo album "Coming Home" resulted in five videos being released by Bloodshot Records for the disc.

Country Standard Time is hosting the exclusive premiere of Bjorklund's Summer Romance.

Maggie Bjorklund with Rachel Flotard - Summer Romance.

In 2009, Bjorklund recorded her solo debut, Coming Home (Bloodshot), with the likes of Mark Lanegan, Calexico's Joey Burns and John Convertino, Jon Auer (Posies), Rachel Flotard (Visqueen) and Barrett Martin (Screaming Trees).

To view the videos and have a chance to win Bjorklund's CD, go to Bloodshot as part of Bloodshot's "Maggie Bjorklund Video-Roll Contest Week." Any reader who "likes," comments on or re-posts the video is eligible to win a copy of the CD.

Already featured were the songs Anchor Song, Vildsport and Insekt.

On Friday is Coming Home, hosted by Blurt Magazine. My Old Kentucky Blog is hosting Intertwined today.


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CD review - Shaken As soon as the first track of pedal steel guitarist Maggie Bjorkland's "Shaken" begins, listeners are invited to a spectral ballet that does little to prepare them for the eclectic and emotional sounds ahead. Alternating between instrumentals and lyrical songs, Bjorkland's album plays like the eerie soundtrack to an indie film - plot-driven, but with a keen investment in the humanity behind it. Elements of horror, redemption and sadness carry through the melodies and poetry of the album. ...
CD review - Coming Home When a session player steps out front for their solo debut, you expect to discover who they really are as an artist. With steel guitarist Maggie Bjorklund, that sense of "this is who I am, and here's how I write, play and sing" never quite comes through. As a collection, the album is fine, but no song among the 11 quite defines her artistic individuality. Perhaps it's the dreamy, ethereal nature of the songs. Since the album never really kicks into a higher gear, one song blends into the next. ...


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