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A Temporary Dive

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Recorded  Autumn 2004
A Temporary Dive (2005)  Duets (2005)
Release date  7 February 2005
Genre  Pop music
Length  38:01
Artist  Ane Brun
Label  V2 Records
A Temporary Dive httpsuploadwikimediaorgwikipediaen008Ane
Released  7 February 2005 April 2006 (UK & US) 28 March 2007 (Japan)
Studio  Bonsai Studios, Stockholm
Producer  Katharina Nuttall and Ane Brun
Nominations  Grammis Award for Pop of the Year - Female
Similar  Ane Brun albums, Other albums

Ane brun to let myself go

A Temporary Dive is the second studio album by the Norwegian singer-songwriter Ane Brun, initially released in Norway and Sweden on 7 February 2005. The album debuted at #1 in her native Norway.


The track "Song No. 6" features the Canadian singer-songwriter Ron Sexsmith and also appears on her Duets album. It was recorded at an after-show party following their performances at the Storsj√∂yran festival in √Ėstersund, Sweden. The track "Balloon Ranger" was said by Ane to be analogous to her troubles learning the English language, or rather how she sometimes comes up with nonsense words that have no inherent meaning. She later used the song's title for the name of her record label.

Versions of the album were released in the UK and US in 2006, and in Japan in 2007, each with different track listings and different artwork. The original album was re-released on CD for the European market in spring 2010, featuring new artwork (the same as that used for the 2006 US release) and a bonus track, "Half Open Door".

To let myself go

Track listing

All tracks written by Ane Brun, except where noted.


1To Let Myself Go3:19
2Rubber & Soul3:13
3Balloon Ranger3:17


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