Jeff Mangum Song Released

2009-12-08 by Prophet178 | 3 Comments
A new Jeff Mangum track has been released via Merge records on a compilation album for
stroke survivor Chris Knox entitled Stroke: Songs for Chris Knox. Mangum's
contribution is a cover of 'Sign on the Dotted Line,' originally performed by Knox's band
Tall Dwarfs. Samples of each of the tracks are available at the link below:
http://www.mergerecords.com/store/store_detail.php?catalog_id=673

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brainsheldis
December 8th 2009
320 Comments


Aw, title had me hoping for maybe a solo album or something. But song sounds pretty cool anyway.

Lions
December 8th 2009
1015 Comments


^yeah me too. or that maybe they dug up some old nmh stuff that no one's heard. but this is nice too. there's a bunch of other good people on this too (mountain goats, smog)

allthatfollowedfell
December 8th 2009
23 Comments


LAME, I bought this a while ago, and there is certainly no Jeff on my version.



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