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VA – The Best Beatles Tribute (2007)

VA – The Best Beatles Tribute (2007)
177 MB | VA | MP3 @ 256 Kbps VBR | Stereo | 44.1 Hz

We know nothing about the origins of this rather strange collection. But we are big Beatles fans!

We’re not sure what eclectic means – cos we never been having no schooling or word learning neither, back there in our cabin!! – but this selection is truly fucking eclectic!

Ranging a vast spectrum from the sublime (The Smiths, Michael Penn, Aimee Mann, David Bowie, Frank Sinatra, Joe Cocker, Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Healey, et al) to the ridiculous (Phil Fucking Collins, Elton Fucking John, Bee Gees, Ben Folds,Styx et al), this is the proverbial “mixed bag”!!

Some interesting versions here, however. Thank Satan though for the ability to delete tracks!

What the hell is The Doors’ Light My Fire going in here?

Did Ringo really write Light My Fire? Yap, he probably did!

liar, fire, mire, pyre, fire, higher, fire, mire …. pure genius!!

Tracklisting

01. Aerosmith – Come Together
02. Aerosmith – Helter Skelter
03. Aimee Mann – Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
04. Aimee Mann and Michael Penn – Two of Us
05. Badfinger – Come And Get It
06. Bee Gees – A Day In The Life
07. Ben Folds – Golden Slumbers
08. Ben Harper – I Am Sam Soundtrack-Strawberry Fields Forever
09. David Bowie – Penny Lane
10. Earth Wind And Fire – Got to get you into my life
11. Elton John – Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
12. Eyes – Good Day Sunshine
13. Frank Sinatra – Something
14. Grateful Dead – Jerry Garcia Band – Dear Prudence
15. Jeff Beck & George Martin – A day in the life
16. Jeff Healey Band – Yer Blues
17. Jimi Hendrix – Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
18. Joe Cocker – Let it Be
19. Joe Cocker – She Came In Through The Bathroom Window
20. Joe Cocker – With a little help from my friend
21. Joe Cocker – Something
22. Michael Hedges – Mother Nature’s Son
23. Michael Hedges – Tomorrow Never Knows
24. Michael Hedges – While my Guitar Gently Weeps
25. Phil Collins – Tomorrow Never Knows
26. Spooky Tooth – I Am The Walrus
27. Steve Wariner – Get Back
28. Stevie Ray Vaughn – Taxman
29. Styx – I Am The Walrus
30. The Family Cat – Across the Universe
31. The Smiths – Across The Universe
32. The Tingling Mother’s Circus – Yellow Submarine
33. The Doors – Light My Fire
34. Todd Rundgren & BourgeoisTagg – Tomorrow Never Knows live
35. Toto – While My Guitar Gently Weep
36. Tuck & Patti – Honey Pie

Here not be the beats;

PART 1

PART 2

Big thanks to the original poster

August 31, 2008 Posted by | Aimee Mann, David Bowie, Frank Sinatra, Jimi Hendrix, Joe Cocker, Michael Penn, The Beatles, The Smiths | 1 Comment

Aimee Mann – Smilers (2008)

Aimee Mann – Smilers (June 2008)

170 kbps avg / /45:47 MINS / 59.0MB

“When I write about them — the narcissists, performers, eccentrics, know-it-alls — it helps me recognize some truths about the world and about myself.”

One of the greatest female songwriters out there? Yap, for sure. And she’s back with another excellent album. Yes, it’s Mrs Michael Penn!

She still looks great for 48 too!

https://i2.wp.com/www.ewiseradiotools.com/station_files/jockitems___145_1161631059.jpgThis one is scheduled to be released by SuperEgo Records on June 3, 2008.

The album was produced by Mann’s bassist, Paul Bryan, and features guest appearances by singer-songwriter Sean Hayes, who duets with Mann on the track “Ballantines,” and author Dave Eggers, who whistles on “Little Tornado” !!

In addition to the standard CD package, Smilers will be available in a limited-edition package with a book-bound cover, a die-cut 32-page book with illustrations by renowned artist Gary Taxali, and held together with metal screw binding.

Aimee speaks in the press release about how she hates those smiley smiley mofos you see everywhere! Man, I hate those fucking smiley smiley mofos too!

The press release for the album goes something like this;

//www.michaelhausman.com/images/aimee3.jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.“I’ve always been fascinated with eccentric personalities,” says Los Angeles singer songwriter Aimee Mann.

On Smilers, her seventh solo CD, Mann presents thirteen exquisitely-crafted new songs about the inner life of people living far from the bright lights of success or fame. Some of them are wanderers searching for meaning on the road, others look for it in a shot glass or by losing themselves in the blue trance of a tv set, and still others believe their deliverance will come through money.

From the punch drunk characters haunting the twilight world of a dusty downtown boxing gym, to a onetime financial big shot who’s returned home after taking a tumble, Mann paints spare, vivid portraits of people who seem to always wind up with the smallest slice of American pie. The songs are soulful, empathetic and somehow ultimately hopeful and optimistic. Says Mann; “When I write about them — the narcissists, performers, eccentrics, know-it-alls – it helps me recognize some truths about the world and about myself.”

The title Smilers gets its name from a phrase Mann has long used to humorously lampoon the unrelentingly happy, shiny, smiley-faced pop culture that surrounds us all today. “I read an article that said that across all cultures, the single thing that people respond to most is a smiling cartoon face,” says Mann. “A friend of mine and I used to laugh at how there’s always somebody in an office or on the street who smiles all the time and is the first one to say, ‘hey, smile!’ I get that all the time from people who say ‘why can’t you be more smiley? So we jokingly nicknamed them @#%&! Smilers. You can provide your own curse word there. I think everybody knows someone like that.” The record goes behind the smiles to get at something a little deeper and a little more revealing. Smilers reaffirms Mann’s place as one of pop music’s most distinctive songwriters, with an exceptional talent for beautiful melodies and insightful lyrics that go beyond platitudes.

Smilers took shape during the last two years as Mann was releasing her concept album, The Forgotten Arm (2005) and then her seasonal CD Another Drifter in the Snow (2006). “After doing a concept album I wanted to go back and just do a set of songs that were not linked quite so tightly,” she says. “I didn’t have a specific vision I was after so I kept writing and after a while the album began to take on its own sound.” She approached the making of the record almost like a novelist or journalist approaches a story, finding characters, learning what makes them tick, and writing and rewriting until something clear begins to emerge. Many of the songs underwent further evolution in rehearsals in 2007 as she and producer Paul Bryan settled on a sound that they liked.

Where previous Mann albums have frequently tended toward a lonesome, spacious sound, Smilers sounds fuller and larger, with uncommon touches. “We tried not to echo any previous albums…for this one we wanted to use a different palate, thus replacing electric guitars with distorted Wurlitzers, Clavinets, and analog synthesizers. We wanted the rhythm section to sound full and organic with detailed, interwoven keyboards on top. We also knew we wanted to have real string sections and horn arrangements for select songs.” The rich arrangements provide a wonderfully captivating counterpoint to the haunting, plainspoken poetry of Mann’s lyrics. For Smilers, she and Bryan preferred to refine their ideas in rehearsals and then keep the studio work brief to unleash a certain spontaneity, keeping takes of each song to one or two apiece. “It keeps the music fresh. It makes it much more of a real musical experience,” says Mann. “It makes it a little closer to something live and real.”

Smilers also reflects a unique creative phase in Mann’s career. After the runaway success of The Magnolia Soundtrack, which received nominations for an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a Grammy, Mann’s music and career took a new direction. “Magnolia got me focused on the idea of music and movies in a different way,” she explains. “I started looking at songwriting from a different angle. Forgotten Arm I wrote as a sort of soundtrack to an imaginary movie. It’s a great way of looking at songwriting. It gets me out of my own head and into the head of another character. I don’t have to write about myself all the time.” That feeling was liberating, and endows much of Manns’ new work with a vivid, almost visual story-telling sense that makes her music jump off the CD.

Smilers opens with “Freeway,” an almost Cars-esque synth-pop song that was inspired by a drug-addicted friend who had came to LA in hopes of getting clean and making a break with the past. The track “Stranger into Starman” was spurred by an afternoon crossword puzzle and the memory of an Anne Sexton poem that made an anagram out of the word “rats” — morphing it into “stars.” As Mann describes it, “it’s about glorifying people who don’t deserve the glory.” The song “Looking for Nothing,” as Mann explains, was inspired by a couple of ex-boxers at her gym. The song is about “that moment in life where you get older and stop chasing after that thing you always thought would make you happy. It’s when you let go of the trapeze bar and nobody’s caught you yet and you don’t know if you’re going to hit the ground.”

“Phoenix” delves into love’s impotence in the face of the world, and the aftermath of a relationship gone sour: “Its hard to know when to cut and run,” the character sings; “You balance heartache with your fun.” The song “Borrowing Time” plays out like a vaguely menacing Snow White-style fairy tale; “The needle has pricked her little finger/She wants the beautiful child the blood will bring her,” but it has echoes of a cautionary tale that could apply to a modern innocent’s path in Hollywood. “31 Today” says Mann, is slightly autobiographical, recalling the feeling of insecurity she had as a young artist living in Boston. “The song captures the anxiety of getting older and feeling that you really should have it together more than you do.” As her character sings: “Drinking Guinness in the afternoon/taking shelter in the black cocoon/I thought my life would be different somehow/I thought my life would be better by now.”

“The Great Beyond” looks at the outdoors and the wilderness not as an adventure but as a dark refuge from society. The track “Columbus Avenue,” a reference to the San Francisco street, plumbs the tale of the sad ambition of an addict, asking “What is Columbus Avenue to you now?/A place where you failed to make your story go over?/A place where you bailed and let the bottom drag you under?” And “Little Tornado” and Ballantines” (named after the classic American beer) are portraits of troubled personalities and the chaos and healing they can provoke. “Medicine Wheel” is based on a poem written by Mann’s sister, the painter and artist Gretchen Seichrist.

Another song on Smilers, “True Believer,” was written with Grant Lee Phillips, a Cafe Largo pal and maverick singer songwriter who toured with Mann for Another Drifter in the Snow. Says Mann, “I had some music and a sketch idea for a chorus for this song and Grant came in with this wonderful idea of how to turn the song into a ghost story.”

Longtime Mann fans will find that Smilers has plenty of the tunefulness they have come to expect from her albums. New fans will be struck by the power of her spare language. Smilers is a welcome return of unparalleled songcraft.

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Tracklisting

1. Freeway 3:50
2. Stranger Into Starman 1:31
3. Looking For Nothing 3:46
4. Phoenix 3:56
5. Borrowing Time 3:12
6. Its Over 3:58
7. 31 Today 4:52
8. The Great Beyond 3:12
9. Medicine Wheel 4:08
10. Columbus Avenue 4:06
11. Little Tornado 3:23
12. True Believer 3:32
13. Ballantines 2:21

Here she be:

http://rapidshare.com/files/112124073/mom.zip.html
http://www.sendspace.com/file/122cix
http://www.badongo.com/file/9167263

Thanks to the original poster

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May 27, 2008 Posted by | Aimee Mann, Music_Alternative, _BABE, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Aimee Mann – A Complete Discography

In the realm of female songwriters, in my view Aimee is the most consistent babe out there. She’s written some classic songs and has a real interesting idiosyncratic style.

She still looks pretty hot too!

Here’s her complete Discography.

All thanks to Fratan for this great collection!


With The Young Snakes:

2004 – Aimee Mann & the Young Snakes
(Compilation Album of their early 80s stuff)

1. Brains And Eggs
2. Oh Nina
3. Everything Goes Out Of Control
4. Stop It
5. Rewind
6. Politics Are
7. In This World
8. Having Fun
9. Gang X
10. Use Me
11. Karl K9
12. Young Snakes
13. Brains And Eggs
14. Autistic

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80701440/2004SNAKE.rar

https://i2.wp.com/www.puremusic.com/assets20/47aimee-mann.jpg

With ‘Til Tuesday:

1985 – Voices Carry

1. Love in a Vacuum
2. Looking Over My Shoulder
3. I Could Get Used to This
4. No More Crying
5. Voices Carry
6. Winning the War
7. You Know the Rest
8. Maybe Monday
9. Are You Serious
10. Don’t Watch Me Bleed
11. Sleep

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80706515/TilCarry.rar

1986 – Welcome Home

1. What About Love
2. Coming up Close
3. On Sunday
4. Will She Just Fall Down
5. David Denies
6. Lovers’ Day
7. Have Mercy
8. Sleeping and Waking
9. Angels Never Call
10. No One Is Watching You Now

Link:
later!

1988 – Everything’s Different Now

1. Everything’s Different Now
2. Rip in Heaven
3. Why Must I
4. J for Jules
5. (Believed You Were) Lucky
6. Limits to Love
7. Long Gone Buddy
8. Other End (Of the Telescope)
9. Crash and Burn
10. How Can You Give Up?

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80707343/TilNow.rar

http://stephenconnolly.files.wordpress.com/2007/07/aimee_mann_-_aimee-mann-tfa-04-screen.jpg

Solo:

1993 – Whatever

1. I Should’ve Known
2. Fifty Years After the Fair
3. 4th of July
4. Could’ve Been Anyone
5. Put Me on Top
6. Stupid Thing
7. Say Anything
8. Jacob Marley’s Chain
9. Mr. Harris
10. I Could Hurt You Now
11. I Know There’s a Word
12. I’ve Had It
13. Way Back When

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80696660/1993WHAT.rar

1995 – I’m with Stupid

1. Long Shot
2. Choice In The Matter
3. Sugarcoated
4. You Could Make A Killing
5. Superball
6. Amateur
7. All Over Now
8. Par For The Course
9. You’re With Stupid Now
10. That’s Just What You Are
11. Frankenstein
12. Ray
13. It’s Not Safe

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80698708/1995STUP.rar

1999 – Magnolia: Music from the Motion Picture (Soundtrack)

1. One
2. Momentum
3. Build That Wall
4. Deathly
5. Driving Sideways
6. You Do
7. Nothing Is Good Enough
8. Wise Up
9. Save Me
10. Goodbye Stranger – Supertramp
11. Logical Song – Supertramp
12. Magnolia – Jon Brion

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80698299/1999Magno.rar

2000 – Bachelor No. 2 or, the Last Remains of the Dodo

1. How Am I Different
2. Nothing Is Good Enough
3. Red Vines
4. The Fall of the World’s Own Optimist
5. Satellite
6. Deathly
7. Ghost World
8. Calling It Quits
9. Susan
10. Backfire
11. It takes all Kinds
12. Love Me
13. Just Like Anyone
14. You Do
15. Save Me

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80699674/2000BACHE.rar

2000 – Ultimate Collection

1. That’s Just What You Are
2. You Could Make a Killing
3. You’re with Stupid Now
4. Wise Up
5. Driving with One Hand on the Wheel
6. Long Shot
7. Choice in the Matter
8. Voices Carry [Single Mix]
9. Take It Back
10. Say Anything
11. Jacob Marley’s Chain
12. Amateur
13. All over Now
14. Baby Blue
15. Everything’s Different Now
16. Sign of Love
17. Other End (Of the Telescope) [Live]
18. Jimmy Hoffa Jokes
19. Stupid Thing
20. I Should’ve Known

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80707827/2000ULTI.rar

2002 – Lost in Space [Special Edition]

Disc 1:

1. Humpty Dumpty
2. High on Sunday 51
3. Lost in Space
4. This Is How It Goes
5. Guys like Me
6. Pavlov’s Bell
7. Real Bad News
8. Invisible Ink
9. Today’s the Day
10. The Moth
11. It’s Not

Disc 2:

1. Real Bad News (Live)
2. The Moth (Live) –
3. This Is How It Goes (Live)
4. The Scientist (Live)
5. Invisible Ink (Live)
6. Nightmare Girl (B-side)
7. Backfire (B-side)
8. Fighting the Stall
9. Observatory
10. It’s Not (Live on BBC)

Links:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80702046/2002SPACESPEC.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/80694322/2002SPACESPEC.part2.rar


2004 – Live at St. Ann’s Warehouse


1. The moth
2. Calling it quits
3. Sugarcoated
4. Going through the motions
5. Humpty dumpty
6. Amateur
7. Wise up
8. Save me
9. Stupid thing
10. Pavlov’s bell
11. Long shot
12. 4th of july
13. Red vines
14. Invisible ink
15. King of the jailhouse
16. Deathly

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80700448/2004ANNSWAREH.rar

2005 – ITunes Originals

01 – Nothing Is Good Enough
02 – Interview How ’til Tuesday Came To Be
03 – Voices Carry [Itunes Original]
04 – Interview The Break Up Happened Slowly
05 – I’ve Had It [Itunes Original]
06 – Interview Putting The Squeeze On Whatever
07 – Thats Just What You Are [Itunes Original]
08 – Interview How ‘magnolia’ & The Move To Independence Happened
09 – One
10 – Interview On The Academy Awards Nomination
11 – Save Me [Itunes Original]
12 – Interview I Hate To Hear People Cover Beatles’ Songs
13 – Two Of Us [Wmichael Penn]
14 – Interview Isolated & Alone
15 – Humpty Dumpty
16 – Interview ‘the Forgotten Arm’ Is A Concept Album
17 – Going Through The Motions
18 – Interview The End Of The Rope Feeling
19 – Little Bombs [Itunes Original]
20 – That’s How I Knew This Story Would Break My Heart [Itunes Original]
21 – Interview The Happy Ending
22 – Beautiful

Links:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80708768/2005ITUNS.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/80705085/2005ITUNS.part2.rar

2005 – The Forgotten Arm

1. Dear John
2. King Of The Jailhouse
3. Goodbye Caroline
4. Going Through The Motions
5. I Can’t Get My Head Around It
6. She Really Wants You
7. Video
8. Little Bombs
9. That’s How I Knew This Story Would Break My Heart
10. I Can’t Help You Anymore
11. Clean Up For Christmas
12. Beautiful

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80703537/2005FORGO.rar


2006 – One More Drifter in the Snow

1. Whatever Happened to Christmas
2. Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)
3. Christmastime
4. I’ll Be Home for Christmas
5. You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch – Aimee Mann, Grant Lee Phillips
6. Winter Wonderland
7. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
8. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
9. White Christmas
10. Calling on Mary

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80704235/2006SNOW.rar

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Bootleg:

2000 – Attack of the Killer B-sides (2000)
(Variety of Live, Demo, Acoustic & Rare tracks)

01 – Choice In The Matter (Live Conan O’brien)
02 – I Should’ve Known (Acoustic Live)
03 – Baby Blue
04 – Fifty Years After The Fair (Demo)
05 – I’ve Had It (Acoustic Live)
06 – 4Th Of July (Acoustic Live)
07 – Say Anything (Acoustic Live)
08 – (Believed You Were) Lucky
09 – Stupid Thing (Acoustic Live)
10 – Momentum
11 – Put Me On Top (Acoustic Live)
12 – Take It Back
13 – Say Anything (Acoustic Live)
14 – Truth On My Side (Demo)
15 – Put On Some Speed (Demo)
16 – Just Like Me (Til Tuesday Live)
17 – Stupid Thing (Alternate)
18 – The Other End (Of The Telescope) (Acoustic Live)
19 – Ghost World (Acoustic)

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80699031/2000ATTABSIDES.rar

January 3, 2008 Posted by | Aimee Mann, Music_Alternative, Music_Bootleg, Music_DISCOGRAPHY, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Aimee Mann – A Complete Discography

In the realm of female songwriters, in my view Aimee is the most consistent babe out there. She’s written some classic songs and has a real interesting idiosyncratic style.

She still looks pretty hot too!

Here’s her complete Discography.

All thanks to Fratan for this great collection!


With The Young Snakes:

2004 – Aimee Mann & the Young Snakes
(Compilation Album of their early 80s stuff)

1. Brains And Eggs
2. Oh Nina
3. Everything Goes Out Of Control
4. Stop It
5. Rewind
6. Politics Are
7. In This World
8. Having Fun
9. Gang X
10. Use Me
11. Karl K9
12. Young Snakes
13. Brains And Eggs
14. Autistic

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80701440/2004SNAKE.rar

https://i2.wp.com/www.puremusic.com/assets20/47aimee-mann.jpg

With ‘Til Tuesday:

1985 – Voices Carry

1. Love in a Vacuum
2. Looking Over My Shoulder
3. I Could Get Used to This
4. No More Crying
5. Voices Carry
6. Winning the War
7. You Know the Rest
8. Maybe Monday
9. Are You Serious
10. Don’t Watch Me Bleed
11. Sleep

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80706515/TilCarry.rar

1986 – Welcome Home

1. What About Love
2. Coming up Close
3. On Sunday
4. Will She Just Fall Down
5. David Denies
6. Lovers’ Day
7. Have Mercy
8. Sleeping and Waking
9. Angels Never Call
10. No One Is Watching You Now

Link:
later!

1988 – Everything’s Different Now

1. Everything’s Different Now
2. Rip in Heaven
3. Why Must I
4. J for Jules
5. (Believed You Were) Lucky
6. Limits to Love
7. Long Gone Buddy
8. Other End (Of the Telescope)
9. Crash and Burn
10. How Can You Give Up?

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80707343/TilNow.rar

http://stephenconnolly.files.wordpress.com/2007/07/aimee_mann_-_aimee-mann-tfa-04-screen.jpg

Solo:

1993 – Whatever

1. I Should’ve Known
2. Fifty Years After the Fair
3. 4th of July
4. Could’ve Been Anyone
5. Put Me on Top
6. Stupid Thing
7. Say Anything
8. Jacob Marley’s Chain
9. Mr. Harris
10. I Could Hurt You Now
11. I Know There’s a Word
12. I’ve Had It
13. Way Back When

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80696660/1993WHAT.rar

1995 – I’m with Stupid

1. Long Shot
2. Choice In The Matter
3. Sugarcoated
4. You Could Make A Killing
5. Superball
6. Amateur
7. All Over Now
8. Par For The Course
9. You’re With Stupid Now
10. That’s Just What You Are
11. Frankenstein
12. Ray
13. It’s Not Safe

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80698708/1995STUP.rar

1999 – Magnolia: Music from the Motion Picture (Soundtrack)

1. One
2. Momentum
3. Build That Wall
4. Deathly
5. Driving Sideways
6. You Do
7. Nothing Is Good Enough
8. Wise Up
9. Save Me
10. Goodbye Stranger – Supertramp
11. Logical Song – Supertramp
12. Magnolia – Jon Brion

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80698299/1999Magno.rar

2000 – Bachelor No. 2 or, the Last Remains of the Dodo

1. How Am I Different
2. Nothing Is Good Enough
3. Red Vines
4. The Fall of the World’s Own Optimist
5. Satellite
6. Deathly
7. Ghost World
8. Calling It Quits
9. Susan
10. Backfire
11. It takes all Kinds
12. Love Me
13. Just Like Anyone
14. You Do
15. Save Me

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80699674/2000BACHE.rar

2000 – Ultimate Collection

1. That’s Just What You Are
2. You Could Make a Killing
3. You’re with Stupid Now
4. Wise Up
5. Driving with One Hand on the Wheel
6. Long Shot
7. Choice in the Matter
8. Voices Carry [Single Mix]
9. Take It Back
10. Say Anything
11. Jacob Marley’s Chain
12. Amateur
13. All over Now
14. Baby Blue
15. Everything’s Different Now
16. Sign of Love
17. Other End (Of the Telescope) [Live]
18. Jimmy Hoffa Jokes
19. Stupid Thing
20. I Should’ve Known

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80707827/2000ULTI.rar

2002 – Lost in Space [Special Edition]

Disc 1:

1. Humpty Dumpty
2. High on Sunday 51
3. Lost in Space
4. This Is How It Goes
5. Guys like Me
6. Pavlov’s Bell
7. Real Bad News
8. Invisible Ink
9. Today’s the Day
10. The Moth
11. It’s Not

Disc 2:

1. Real Bad News (Live)
2. The Moth (Live) –
3. This Is How It Goes (Live)
4. The Scientist (Live)
5. Invisible Ink (Live)
6. Nightmare Girl (B-side)
7. Backfire (B-side)
8. Fighting the Stall
9. Observatory
10. It’s Not (Live on BBC)

Links:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80702046/2002SPACESPEC.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/80694322/2002SPACESPEC.part2.rar


2004 – Live at St. Ann’s Warehouse


1. The moth
2. Calling it quits
3. Sugarcoated
4. Going through the motions
5. Humpty dumpty
6. Amateur
7. Wise up
8. Save me
9. Stupid thing
10. Pavlov’s bell
11. Long shot
12. 4th of july
13. Red vines
14. Invisible ink
15. King of the jailhouse
16. Deathly

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80700448/2004ANNSWAREH.rar

2005 – ITunes Originals

01 – Nothing Is Good Enough
02 – Interview How ’til Tuesday Came To Be
03 – Voices Carry [Itunes Original]
04 – Interview The Break Up Happened Slowly
05 – I’ve Had It [Itunes Original]
06 – Interview Putting The Squeeze On Whatever
07 – Thats Just What You Are [Itunes Original]
08 – Interview How ‘magnolia’ & The Move To Independence Happened
09 – One
10 – Interview On The Academy Awards Nomination
11 – Save Me [Itunes Original]
12 – Interview I Hate To Hear People Cover Beatles’ Songs
13 – Two Of Us [Wmichael Penn]
14 – Interview Isolated & Alone
15 – Humpty Dumpty
16 – Interview ‘the Forgotten Arm’ Is A Concept Album
17 – Going Through The Motions
18 – Interview The End Of The Rope Feeling
19 – Little Bombs [Itunes Original]
20 – That’s How I Knew This Story Would Break My Heart [Itunes Original]
21 – Interview The Happy Ending
22 – Beautiful

Links:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80708768/2005ITUNS.part1.rar
http://rapidshare.com/files/80705085/2005ITUNS.part2.rar

2005 – The Forgotten Arm

1. Dear John
2. King Of The Jailhouse
3. Goodbye Caroline
4. Going Through The Motions
5. I Can’t Get My Head Around It
6. She Really Wants You
7. Video
8. Little Bombs
9. That’s How I Knew This Story Would Break My Heart
10. I Can’t Help You Anymore
11. Clean Up For Christmas
12. Beautiful

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80703537/2005FORGO.rar


2006 – One More Drifter in the Snow

1. Whatever Happened to Christmas
2. Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)
3. Christmastime
4. I’ll Be Home for Christmas
5. You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch – Aimee Mann, Grant Lee Phillips
6. Winter Wonderland
7. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
8. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
9. White Christmas
10. Calling on Mary

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80704235/2006SNOW.rar

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Bootleg:

2000 – Attack of the Killer B-sides (2000)
(Variety of Live, Demo, Acoustic & Rare tracks)

01 – Choice In The Matter (Live Conan O’brien)
02 – I Should’ve Known (Acoustic Live)
03 – Baby Blue
04 – Fifty Years After The Fair (Demo)
05 – I’ve Had It (Acoustic Live)
06 – 4Th Of July (Acoustic Live)
07 – Say Anything (Acoustic Live)
08 – (Believed You Were) Lucky
09 – Stupid Thing (Acoustic Live)
10 – Momentum
11 – Put Me On Top (Acoustic Live)
12 – Take It Back
13 – Say Anything (Acoustic Live)
14 – Truth On My Side (Demo)
15 – Put On Some Speed (Demo)
16 – Just Like Me (Til Tuesday Live)
17 – Stupid Thing (Alternate)
18 – The Other End (Of The Telescope) (Acoustic Live)
19 – Ghost World (Acoustic)

Link:
http://rapidshare.com/files/80699031/2000ATTABSIDES.rar

January 3, 2008 Posted by | Aimee Mann, Music_Alternative, Music_Bootleg, _MUSIC | Leave a comment