Spark (Marit Larsen album)

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Spark
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Studio album by Marit Larsen
Released 18 November 2011
Recorded August/September 2011
Genre Pop/Folk
Length 43:53
Label EMI
Producer Kåre Christoffer Vestrheim
Marit Larsen chronology
If a Song Could Get Me You
(2009)If a Song Could Get Me You2009
Spark
(2011)
When The Morning Comes
(2014)When The Morning Comes2014
Singles from Spark
  1. "Coming Home"
    Released: October 14, 2011
  2. "Don't Move"
    Released: January 30, 2012
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Bergens Tidende 4/6 stars[1]
Dagbladet 5/6 stars[2]
GAFFA.dk 4/6 stars[3]
NRK Lydverket 4/6 stars[4]
Verdens Gang 4/6 stars[5]

Spark is the third album from Norwegian singer-songwriter Marit Larsen, and was released on November 18, 2011. The information was made available via Marit Larsen's Tumblr page. On 31 July 2011 Marit Larsen began to post information about her third album on her Tumblr. On 7 October 2011 she announced the name of the album and track list. The first single, "Coming Home" had premiered on NRK P3 and on her Facebook page on 15 October.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Keeper of the Keys" Marit Larsen 04:01
2. "Don't Move" Larsen, Peter Zizzo 03:45
3. "What If" Larsen 04:57
4. "I Can't Love You Anymore" Larsen, Teitur Lassen 04:21
5. "Coming Home" Larsen 03:59
6. "Me and the Highway" Larsen 05:01
7. "Last Night" Larsen 04:20
8. "Have You Ever" Larsen, Zizzo 04:04
9. "Fine Line" Larsen 04:25
10. "That Day" Larsen 04:45
Total length: 43:53

Chart[edit]

Chart (2011–2012) Peak
position
Norwegian Albums Chart 2
Swiss Albums Chart 36
German Albums Chart 57

Singles[edit]

Year Single Norwegian Singles Chart Norwegian Radio Chart German Singles Chart
2011 "Vår Beste Dag" 1 1 -
2011 "Coming Home" 18 5 75
2012 "Don't Move" - - -

Technical Credits[edit]

  • Marit Larsen - Vocals, Arranger, Piano, Mandolin, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Glockenspiel, Zither, Harmonica, Celeste, Hand Claps, Church Organ.
  • Kåre Christoffer Vestrheim - Producer, Arranger, Piano, Harpsichord, Celeste, Cowbell, Hand Claps, Accordion, Electric Guitar.
  • Geir Sundstøl - Acoustic Guitar, Lap Steel Guitar, Mandolin, Harmonica, Harp.
  • Tor Egil Kreken - Bass, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar
  • Torstein Lofthus - Drums
  • Michael Scott Hartung - Recording engineers, Acoustic Guitar, Mixed.
  • Tommy Kristiansen - Acoustic Guitar
  • Hans Andreas Horntveth Jansen - Assistant recording engineers
  • Kristoffer Bonsaksen - Assistant recording engineers
  • Artwork - Erland G. Banggren
  • Photography - Jørgen Gomnæs

Certifications[edit]

Country Certifications Sales/Shipments
Norway Gold 25,000+

Trivia[edit]

In her Tumblr page, Marit Larsen talked about a track entitled "Blue Print", but it didn't make the final track list.

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