Please describe the problem.

> git annex get Narnia/
get Narnia/Course of a Generation/01 Sail Around the World.mp3 (from Seagate...) 
      8,395,599 100%   29.65MB/s    0:00:00 (xfr#1, to-chk=0/1)
(checksum...) ^C⏎                                   
> mpv ~/Music/sorted/Narnia/Course\ of\ a\ Generation/
Playing: /home/philip/Music/sorted/Narnia/Course of a Generation/
[file] This is a directory - adding to playlist.

Playing: /home/philip/Music/sorted/Narnia/Course of a Generation/01 Sail Around the World.mp3
Failed to recognize file format.

Playing: /home/philip/Music/sorted/Narnia/Course of a Generation/02 When the Stars Are Falling.mp3
> git annex version
git-annex version: 6.20161012
build flags: Assistant Webapp Pairing Testsuite S3(multipartupload)(storageclasses) WebDAV Inotify DBus DesktopNotify XMPP ConcurrentOutput TorrentParser MagicMime Feeds Quvi
key/value backends: SHA256E SHA256 SHA512E SHA512 SHA224E SHA224 SHA384E SHA384 SHA3_256E SHA3_256 SHA3_512E SHA3_512 SHA3_224E SHA3_224 SHA3_384E SHA3_384 SKEIN256E SKEIN256 SKEIN512E SKEIN512 SHA1E SHA1 MD5E MD5 WORM URL
remote types: git gcrypt S3 bup directory rsync web bittorrent webdav tahoe glacier ddar hook external
local repository version: 6
supported repository versions: 3 5 6
upgrade supported from repository versions: 0 1 2 3 4 5
operating system: linux x86_64

Any consecutive git annex get commands don’t notice that the file is not completely transferred and leave it in a broken state. git annex get --failed does not correct the problem.

Have you had any luck using git-annex before? (Sometimes we get tired of reading bug reports all day and a lil' positive end note does wonders)

Yes, it (kind of) works for keeping my music library in sync.