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  • Find and visit a Local Record Store and get phone number and directions (call first, there is no guarantee which products may be in stock locally)
  • Purchase now from a local store that sells online
  • Purchase digitally now from recordstoreday.com (which serves local record stores)

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DISCLAIMER: there are a lot of independent record stores that participate in Record Store Day. Not all of them will choose to participate in all promotions, or carry all releases. Just because a store is listed here does NOT mean it will have the goodie or record you are looking for. That said, find a store near you and check with them directly. It is always a good idea to be BFFs with your neighborhood record store.

 

Personal Record

Personal Record

Artist: Eleanor Friedberger

2. Buy Online from a Local Retailer

NOTE: This list of stores are those nearest you from whom you can order this item online without a lot of steps. We’ve listed the closest ones to you, even if they are states away. Thanks for supporting indie record stores.

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3. Buy Digitally from Recordstoreday.com

Digital Album: $9.99
Personal Record
Personal Record

Artist: Eleanor Friedberger
MP3
1. I Don't Want To Bother You
$0.99
2. When I Knew
$0.99
3. I'll Never Be Happy Again
$0.99
4. Stare At The Sun
$0.99
5. Echo Or Encore
$0.99
6. My Own World
$0.99
7. Tomorrow Tomorrow
$0.99
8. You'll Never Know Me
$0.99
9. I Am The Past
$0.99
10. She's A Mirror
$0.99
11. Other Boys
$0.99
12. Singing Time
$0.99

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: MERGE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 06/04/2013
UPC: 673855044729

More Info:

At a time when most female singer-songwriters perform as alter egos, Eleanor Friedberger is simply, refreshingly herself. And that's just the way her fans like it. Having spent a decade fronting the indie-rock institution The Fiery Furnaces with her brother Matthew, in 2011 she emerged as a formidable solo artist with Last Summer, a thoughtfully crafted tale of memory and place couched in the organic pop of her '70s idols.

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