Jeff Mangum :: San Francisco July 4, 1996 (live at aquarius records)

MP3: Jeff Mangum :: Oh Comely
MP3: Jeff Mangum :: Engine
MP3: Jeff Mangum :: Oh Sister
MP3: Jeff Mangum :: My Dream Girl
MP3: Jeff Mangum :: Sailing Through
MP3: Jeff Mangum :: She Did A Lot of Acid/Beautiful Baby
Neutral Milk Hotel :: Glue (Gerbils cover from the compilation Basement Tapes vol. 2))
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2 Responses to “Jeff Mangum :: San Francisco July 4, 1996”

  1. I love this set of recordings. Actually, I was just looking in vain last week for My Dreamgirl Don’t Exist, so I’m excited about this. Thanks!

  2. […] MP3 Friday: Eleventh Edition What’s that? You want some *more* free MP3s to sync on your Zune? Well, dear blog reader, welcome to the 11th installment of MP3 Friday. First up this week, my favorite band, My Old Kentucky blog has a new track from my favorite band, Tokyo Police Club In other MP3 hotness, IRockCleveland has Ratatat remixing Professor Murder – from Ratatat’s upcoming remix album. Curious about a song wherein “Brooklyn Hipsters Meet Dirty South?” Well, Rockinsider has you covered, with an MP3 from Earl Greyhound. Sweet. An Aquarium Drunkard brings you music from Neutral Milk Hotel frontman Jeff Magnum. 3Hive (sharing the sharing!) has the new Andrew Bird single, Brooklyn Vegan posts a new single (as well as tour dates) for those who like The Bird and The Bee. Check it out. Declaring “Now is the Winter of our Discoteque,” Fluxblog posts mp3s from Coin-op and a Rex the Dog remix of The Knife. Different Kitchen (Zuneinsider favorite) brings you hip hop from The Pack And last but certainly not not-awesome, Chromewaves has music from The Acorn, which caught my attention because they share a record label with Tokyo Police Club. Ok, enjoy the free music and have a great weekend everybody! Que viva Zune!  |  Saturday, February 17, 2007 1:07 AM  |  0 Comments Tags: MP3, Friday  […]

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