Recording under the moniker White Antelope, Fleet Foxes principal singer/songwriter Robin Pecknold continues to tackle folk covers on his MySpace page.  Big thanks to Kyle for both the heads up and mp3 rips.  I could listen to an entire album of these (hint, hint).  Fleet Foxes perform at the Sasquatch festival this weekend.

MP3: White Antelope :: Silver Dagger (traditional)
MP3: White Antelope :: It Ain’t Me, Babe (Bob Dylan)
MP3: White Antelope :: False Knight On The Road (traditional)
MP3: White Antelope :: Wild Mountain Thyme (traditional)

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6 Responses to “White Antelope :: The Covers”

  1. […] White Antelope/Fleet Foxes Posted on May 23, 2009 by Bill in Sandy Springs I am not exactly sure what this is but it sounds like the Fleet Foxes and it sounds great. Click for a listen. The Fleet Foxes are playing under the moniker White Antelope to record these 4 covers that can found at Aquarium Drunkard […]

  2. Wow, this is good soothing music to listen to. I think I want to listen to more of these covers. Thanks for this

  3. […] Click here to go to AD to check White Antelope (Robin Pecknold of Fleet Foxes) covering Bob Dylan’s “It Ain’t Me Babe”…nice take by Mr. Pecknold. […]

  4. […] White Antelope. Here, he throws down an excellent cover of the Bob Dylan classic. Find more at aquarium drunkard. Posted in Acoustic, Alt-Country, Folk. Tags: Fleet Foxes, It Ain’t Me Babe, White Antelope. No […]

  5. None of those links work 🙁

  6. […] Fleet Foxes fans will get a kick out of lead singer Robin Pecknold’s project White Antelope covering a few traditional songs and one Dylan classic. Aquarium Drunkard rounds ‘em up here. […]

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