Disclaimer: You May Find a Broken Link

So, there USED to be freenapster.com, and it USED to provide access to almost any artist's music. It was pretty awesome, and I linked ~90% of this blog's recommendations to that site. Now, apparently, Free Napster is no more. Booooooo.

It will be a long, on-going task of mine to redirect the links to somewhere you can hear the music, but in the meantime, if you click on a link that brings you to Napster where it asks you to sign in:
1) Be angry at them, for disrupting your chance to enjoy a good song
2) Google the song and still check it out, because it's awesome

If you have another source I should be using, please don't hesitate to send it my way. Email me for that, and any music recommendations, at tracy@groundwm.com. Thanks!

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Cool Stuff

Once upon a time, a little boy named Esau Mwamwaya was born in Malawi, East Africa.

He learned to play the drums and even played in several bands while in Africa.

He later moved to London and ran a second-hand furniture store.

Recently, he paired up with Radioclit and together they created the album, The Very Best.

I can't say I'm fanatic about it, BUT I do love what they've done and wanted to post their version of Vampire Weekend's Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa for you.

Alas, I can only link to the web page with the song on it.

Check it out!

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