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Monday, January 10, 2011

The Mud Flappers have a new album for you

Posted By on Mon, Jan 10, 2011 at 1:00 PM

click to enlarge The Mud Flappers
  • The Mud Flappers

The wild-eyed, retro-folk-swing that the Mud Flappers indulge in is, typically, a treat best enjoyed live. The band's energy is infectious, and even if you're not the type who typically listens to 90-year-old acoustic music on your iDevice, seeing the band in concert makes you wonder why you don't. The group is currently working on a "proper" album, but they just put together a compilation of live and rehearsal tracks called Live at Hoops Tavern and you can download it for free right here (that's a direct Dropbox download link, so don't click it if you're not ready for a 40MB file).

Here are the Flappers doing "The Shot Song" at Hoops ... this one didn't make the album:

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