On his own, JÃƒÂ³nsi, the singer-guitarist in the Icelandic band Sigur RÃƒÂ³s, travels lightly, and with a surprisingly quick step. The first music he made on May 8th at New York's Terminal 5 Ã¢â‚¬â€ the last stop on JÃƒÂ³nsi's tour supporting his new solo album, Go Ã¢â‚¬â€ was a folk-Bach motif plucked on acoustic guitar, over which he sang in a startling voice: a natural tenor, much deeper than his Sigur RÃƒÂ³s falsetto, and minus that band's trademark ghost-ship echo. JÃƒÂ³nsi also started the unreleased "Icicle Sleeves" with dark slow vocals and strumming, like Neil Young walking in from the ...
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