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This demo of “Casimir Pulaski” (the original found on 2005’s Illinoise’s) hit the Internets a little over a month ago, but it wasn’t until last week that I finally gave it a listen. And then I listened five times in a row.

The below cover of “A Free Man In Paris” can be found on the new A Tribute To Joni Mitchell compilation. Not bad, but I much prefer the original.

Download:
MP3:
Sufjan Stevens :: Casimir Pulaski (Demo)
MP3: Sufjan Stevens :: Free Man In Paris (sendspace link)
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6 Responses to “Sufjan Stevens :: Tracks”

  1. The “Casimir Pulaski” track is cool, but I couldn’t get through the Joni Mitchell cover – just didn’t get his interpretation

  2. Do you suppose that MySpace site is for real?

  3. Hi, I check out your blog several times a week. Nice job! Today I did a double-take when I saw you used my photo of Sufjan Stevens from his show last September at the Pabst Theatre in Milwaukee. I’m glad it came in handy. Maybe my blog, Timedoor, could be added to your “Townies” list. Thanks for considering it.

    Enik @ timedoor.textdriven.com

  4. […] D.  Aquarium Drunkard has a demo from Sufjan Stevens for Casimir Pulaski HERE. […]

  5. This one makes sence “One’s first step in wisdom is to kuesstion everything – and one’s last is to come to terms with everything.”

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