Old Tunes is the collective name given to three unreleased audio cassette recordings by the Scottish electronic music duo Boards of Canada: Old Tunes Vol. 1 (1995), Old Tunes Vol. 2 (1996), and A Few Old Tunes (1996).
Old Tunes, as with some of Boards of Canada's other early work, were privately released only to the artists' family and friends. When the albums' mp3s appeared on peer-to-peer file sharing service Soulseek in the early 2000s, there was controversy among fans as to their authenticity given past fraudulent claims of Boards of Canada "rarities" albums. Neither Boards of Canada nor their label acknowledged their validity until someone attempted to sell the tapes on EBay, when a representative for Hexagon Sun explained the private nature of the recordings and the possibility of a compilation release in the future.
- Fredd E's Boards of Canada discography; A Few Old Tunes Retrieved on 2007/05/07.
- Fredd E's Boards of Canada discography; Old Tunes Vol. 1 Retrieved on 2007/05/07.
- Fredd E's Boards of Canada discography; Old Tunes Vol. 2 Retrieved on 2007/05/07.
- boardsofcanada: Closes Volume 2??? - livejournal.com Retrieved on 2007/05/07.
- A Few Old Tunes - bocwiki Retrieved on 2007/05/07.
- Old Tunes Saga - bocwiki Retrieved on 2008/04/07.
- A Few Old Tunes at Discogs.com
- A Few Old Tunes at MusicBrainz (list of releases)
- Old Tunes Vol. 1 at MusicBrainz
- Old Tunes Vol. 2 at MusicBrainz