That's The Bag I'm In (3:35)

Cover of The Many Sides of Fred Neil (disc 1)

From The Many Sides of Fred Neil (disc 1) and 9 other releases

Know something about this track?
Help build Last.fm by adding it to the wiki for this track.

Tags

Everyone’s tags

More tags

Play with Spotify

Albums featuring this track (10)

Similar Tracks

  Track   Duration Listeners
Fred Neil - Everything Happens 2:19 7,951
Fred Neil - Green Rocky Road 3:40 7,726
Tim Hardin - The Lady Came From Baltimore 2:41 5,223
Tim Hardin - Don't Make Promises 4:10 11,237
Gene Clark - With Tomorrow 2:25 20,265
Bert Jansch - Veronica 2:35 20,455

Listening Trend

9,362listeners all time
22,151scrobbles all time
Recent listeners trend:

Explore more

Shoutbox

Leave a comment. Log in to Last.fm or sign up.
  • Tag1955

    You know they'll probably drop the A Bomb the Day My Ship comes in

    1 Jan 2013 Reply
  • venicechance

    Love this guy's songs...

    22 Jul 2012 Reply
  • theredtelephone

    I'll never get out of these blues alive.

    15 Feb 2011 Reply
  • harryno

    HARP!!!

    19 Aug 2010 Reply
  • BigChoupique

    I burned my fingers on the coffee pot.... Toast was cold and the orange juice was hot... I should start over but you know I'd rather not..... Same thing gonna happen again..... Cause that's the bag I'm in.

    11 Apr 2010 Reply
  • hanginchili

    Just come in from an evenin of drink and **** love this guy!

    27 Mar 2010 Reply
  • ChrisJHutchins

    great tone. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrfiYAvdUuQ&feature=channel

    24 Nov 2009 Reply
  • gzairborne

    Awesome! Love the harp.

    16 Aug 2009 Reply
  • SwampFox-82nd

    Freddie and I have been friends since we first met, winter in Greewich Village, Lower West Side, NYC. I was with him in LA in '65 when he cut his last album. JOhn Sebastian, Jr (Lov' n Spoonful), Peter Childs, Felix Pappalardi, and my cool pal, James (Chops) Bonds. That was his fare-thee-well to the music scene, headed a bee-line for his hometown (Coconut Grove, FL). I'm from the next door swamp Opa Locka(FL). Those were truly the days. In the Village, I played right across the street (Four Winds). ciao

    7 Jun 2009 Reply
  • loudyloudy

    I like the snarly lazy style

    28 Apr 2009 Reply

Top Listeners