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John Fahey

One of acoustic music's true innovators and eccentrics, John Fahey was a crucial figure in expanding the boundaries of the acoustic guitar over the last few decades. His music was so eclectic that it's arguable whether he should be defined as a "folk" artist. In a career that saw him issue several dozen albums, he drew from blues, Native American music, Indian ragas, experimental dissonance, and pop. His good friend Dr. Demento has noted that Fahey "was the first to demonstrate that the finger-picking techniques of traditional country and blues steel-string guitar could be used to express a world of non-traditional musical ideas -- harmonies and melodies you'd associate with Bartok, Charles Ives, or maybe the music of India." The more meditative aspects of his work foreshadowed new age music, yet Fahey played with a fierce imagination and versatility that outshone any of the guitarists in that category. His idiosyncrasy may have limited him to a cult following, but it also ensured that his work continues to sound fresh.

Fahey was a colorful figure from the time he became an accomplished guitarist in his teens. Already a collector of rare early blues and country music, he made his first album in 1959, ascribing part of it to the pseudonymous "Blind Joe Death." Only 95 copies of the LP were pressed, making it a coveted collector's item today. (In the 1960s, Fahey would re-record the material for wider circulation.) In college, he wrote a thesis on Charley Patton (an exotic subject at the time). Yet Fahey did not perform publicly for money until the mid-'60s, after his third album.

Fahey's early albums for Takoma in the mid-'60s laid out much of the territory he would explore. His instrumentals, filtering numerous genres of music into his own style, evoked haunting and open spaces. At times they could be soothing and plaintive; at other times they were disquieting, even dissonant. The more experimental aspects of his material even foreshadowed psychedelia in their lengthy improvisations (some cuts lasted as long as 20 minutes), use of Indian modes, unpredictable stylistic shifts, and overall eerie strangeness. His persona as a weirdo of sorts was amplified by his bizarre and lengthy song titles and liner notes. He also employed odd guitar tunings that continue to exert an overlooked influence on contemporary musicians to this day.

Fahey remained consistently popular on a cult level through the mid-'80s. His most commercially successful efforts, oddly, were probably his Christmas albums, which are among the more interesting holiday records of any genre. For a time he ran the Takoma label, where he was instrumental in starting the career of Leo Kottke (who owes much of his stylistic inspiration to Fahey), as well as promoting lesser-known talents like Robbie Basho. He was a catalyst in other subtle ways, helping to form Canned Heat by introducing Al Wilson (who played on a Fahey album in 1965) to Bob Hite, and rediscovering Delta bluesman Bukka White with his friend Ed Denson.

Fahey sold Takoma to Chrysalis in the mid-'70s, but continued to record regularly, and also tour (though his live performances were erratic). In 1986, he contracted Epstein-Barr syndrome, a long-lasting viral infection that, combined with diabetes and other health problems, sapped his energy and resources. Although the Epstein-Barr virus was finally overcome, the mid-'90s found him living in poverty in Oregon, where he paid his rent by pawning his guitar and reselling rare classical records. The appearance of a major career retrospective on Rhino, Return of the Repressed, in 1994 boosted his profile to its highest level in years. In 1997, he returned to active recording with City of Refuge and was planning a Revenant definitive package of Charley Patton's work when he died following sextuple-bypass surgery at the age of 61. The Fahey discography is dauntingly large and diverse; the neophyte is advised to start with the two-disc Return of the Repressed, but those who wish to dig deeper will be very pleased with Takoma's extensive reissues, which started to appear in the late nineties. ~ Richie Unterberger
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: On Air

1. On The Sunny Side Of The Ocean (Live)

2. Spanish Two-Step (Live)

3. Lion (Live)

4. Poor Boy, Long Ways From Home (Live)

5. Wine & Roses (Live)

6. Steamboat Gwine 'Round De Bend (Live)

7. Worried Blues (Live)

8. Some Summer Day (Live)

9. Candy Man (Live)

10. Stomping Tonight On The Pennsylvania / Alabama Border (Live)

11. In Christ There Is No East Or West (Live)

12. Beverly (Live)

13. Requiem For John Hurt (Live)

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Track List: The Best Of John Fahey Vol.2, 1964-1983

1. Twilight On Prince George's Avenue

2. Frisco Leaving Birmingham

3. Sligo Mud

4. Orinda-Moraga

5. On The Beach At Waikiki

6. Oneonta

7. Dance Of Death

8. The Assasination Of Stephan Grossman

9. Tuff

10. Ann Arbor / Death By Reputation

11. Medley: Hark The Herald Angles Sing / O Come All Ye Faithful

12. The Approaching Of The Disco Void

13. Steamboat Gwine 'round De Bend

14. The Fahey Sampler

15. Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silent

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Track List: Best Of The Vanguard Years

1. The Yellow Princess

2. View (East From The Top Of The Riggs Road/B & O Trestle)

3. Lion

4. March! For Martin Luther King

5. The Singing Bridge Of Memphis, Tennessee

6. Dance Of The Inhabitants Of The Invisible City Of Bladensburg

7. Charles A. Lee: In Memoriam

8. Irish Setter

9. Commemorative Transfiguration And Communion At Magruder Park

10. Requiem For John Hurt

11. Requiem For Russell Blaine Cooper

12. When The Catfish Is In Bloom

13. Fight On Christians, Fight On

14. Requiem For Molly (Part 3)

15. Requiem For Molly (Part 4)

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Track List: Death Chants, Breakdowns And Military Waltzes

1. Sunflower River Blues

2. When The Springtime Comes Again

3. Stomping Tonight On The Pennsylvania/Alabama Border

4. Some Summer Day

5. On The Beach Waikiki

6. Spanish Dance

7. John Henry Variations

8. The Downfall Of The Adelphi Rolling Grist Mill

9. Take A Look At That Baby

10. Dance Of The Inhabitants Of The Palace Of King Philip XIV

11. America

12. Episcopal Hymn

13. Sunflower River Blues

14. When The Springtime Comes Again

15. Stomping Tonight On The Pennsylvania/Alabama Border

16. Some Summer Day

17. On The Beach Waikiki

18. Spanish Dance

19. John Henry Variations

20. Take A Look At That Baby

21. America

22. Episcopal Hymn

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Track List: The Legend Of Blind Joe Death

1. On Doing An Evil Deed Blues

2. St. Louis Blues

3. Poor Boy Long Ways From Home

4. Uncloudy Day

5. John Henry

6. In Christ There Is No East Or West

7. Desperate Man Blues

8. Sun Gonna Shine In My Back Door Someday Blues

9. Sligo River Blues

10. On Doing An Evil Deed Blues

11. St. Louis Blues

12. Poor Boy Long Ways From Home

13. Uncloudy Day

14. John Henry

15. In Christ There Is No East Or West

16. Desperate Man Blues

17. Sun Gonna Shine In My Back Door Someday Blues

18. Sligo River Blues

19. I'm Gonna Do All I Can For My Lord

20. The Transcendental Waterfall

21. West Coast Blues

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Track List: Return Of The Repressed: The John Fahey Anthology

Disc 1

1. Desperate Man Blues

3. Sligo River Blues

4. Sun Gonna Shine In My Back Door Someday Blues

5. On Doing An Evil Deed Blues

6. I'm Gonna Do All I Can For My Lord

7. Some Summer Day

8. Worried Blues

9. Tell Her To Come Back Home

10. Poor Boy

11. Orinda-Moraga

12. The Death Of The Clayton Peacock

13. Brenda's Blues

14. On The Sunny Side Of The Ocean

15. Revelation On The Banks Of The Pawtuxent

17. Knott's Berry Farm Molly

18. Bill Cheatum

19. Knoxville Blues

20. Sunflower River Blues

22. In Christ There Is No East Or West

Disc 2

1. The Yellow Princess

2. Lion

3. The Revolt Of The Dyke Brigade

4. The Portland Cement Factory At Monolith, California

5. Steamboat Gwine 'round De Bend

7. Beverly

9. Candy Man

10. Jaya Shiva Shankarah

12. The Approaching Of The Disco Void

14. Theme And Variations

15. Lava On Waikiki

16. Samba De Orfeo

17. Rain Forest

18. Twilight Time

19. The Sea Of Love

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Track List: Old Girlfriends And Other Horrible Memories

1. Twilight Time

2. The Sea Of Love

3. In Darkest Night

4. Blueberry Hill

5. A Rose And A Baby Ruth

6. Claire

7. The Thing At The End Of New Hampshire Avenue

8. Don't

9. View

10. Dianne Kelly

11. Fear & Loathing At 4th And Butternut

12. Twilight On Prince George's Avenue

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Track List: God, Time And Causality

1. Revelation

2. The Red Pony

3. Lion

4. Medley: Interlude / The Portland Cement Factory / Requiem For Mississippi John Hurt

5. Medley: Snowflakes / Steamboat 'gwine Around The Bend / Death Of The Clayton Peacock / How Green Was My Valley

6. Medley: Sandy On The Earth / I'll See You In My Dreams

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Track List: I Remember Blind Joe Death

1. The Evening Mysteries Of Ferry Street

2. You'll Find Her Name Written There

3. The Minutes Seem Like Hours, The Hours Seem Like Days

4. Are You From Dixie

5. A Minor Blues

6. Steel Guitar Rag

7. Nightmare / Summertime

8. Let Me Call You Sweetheart

9. Unknown Tango

10. Improv In E Minor

11. Lava On Waikiki

12. Gaucho

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Track List: Rain Forest, Oceans, And Other Themes

1. Melody McOcean

2. Layla

3. Rain Forest

4. The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise

5. Lullaby And Finale From The Firebird

6. Atlantic High

7. Samba De Orfeo

8. Theme And Variations

9. May This Be Love/Casey Jones

10. Intro To Ocean Waves/Ocean Waves

11. Juroscho Ascopi

12. St. Patick's Hymn

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Track List: Let Go

1. Let Go

2. Black Mommy

3. Dvorak

4. The

5. World Is Waiting For The Sunrise

6. Lights Out

7. Pretty Afternoon

8. Sunset On Prince George's County

9. Layla

10. Old Country Rock

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Track List: Live In Tasmania

1. Introduction By Stefan Markovich / On The Sunny Side Of The Ocean / Tasmania Two-Step / Tiger (Live)

2. The Approaching Of The Disco Void (Live)

3. Waltzing Matilda (Live)

4. Fahey Established Rapport With The Tasmanians / A Dissertation On Obscurity / The Return Of The Tasmanian Tiger / Funeral Song For Mississippi John Hurt (Live)

5. Steamboat Gwine 'Round The Bend (Live)

6. Indian-Pacific R.R. Blues (Live)

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Track List: The Essential John Fahey

1. The Yellow Princess

2. View (East From The Top Of The Riggs Road / B & O Trestle)

3. Lion

4. March! For Martin Luther King

5. The Singing Bridge Of Memphis, Tennessee

6. Dance Of The Inhabitants Of The Invisible City Of Bladensburg

7. Charles A. Lee: In Memoriam

8. Irish Setter

9. Commemorative Transfiguration And Communion At Magruder Park

10. Requiem For John Hurt

12. When The Catfish Is In Bloom

13. Fight On Christians, Fight On

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Track List: The Best Of John Fahey 1959-1977

1. Sunflower River Blues

2. St. Louis Blues

3. Poor Boy, Long Ways From Home

4. When The Springtime Comes Again

5. Some Summer Day

6. Spanish Dance

7. Take A Look At That Baby

8. I'm Going To Do All I Can For My Lord

9. The Last Steam Engine Train

10. In Christ There Is No East Or West

11. Give Me Cornbread When I'm Hungry

12. Dance Of The Inhabitants Of The Palace Of King Philip Xiv Of Spain

13. Revolt Of The Dyke Brigade

14. On The Sunny Side Of The Ocean

15. Spanish Two Step

16. America

17. Fare Forward Voyagers

18. Desperate Man Blues

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Track List: Fare Forward Voyagers (Soldier's Choice)

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Track List: America

1. Jesus Is A Dying Bed Maker

2. Amazing Grace

3. Song #3

4. Special Rider Blues

5. Dvorak

6. Jesus Is A Dying Bedmaker 2

7. Finale

8. America

9. Dalhart, Texas, 1967

10. Knoxville Blues

11. Mark 1:15

12. Voice Of The Turtle

13. The Waltz That Carried Us Away And Then A Mosquito Came And Ate Up Mysweetheart

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Track List: Yellow Princess

1. The Yellow Princess

2. View (East From The Top Of The Riggs Road / B & O Trestle)

3. Lion

4. March! For Martin Luther King

5. The Singing Bridge Of Memphis, Tennesse

6. Dance Of The Inhabitants Of The Invisible City Of Blandensburg

7. Charles A. Lee: In Memoriam

8. Irish Setter

9. Commemorative Transfiguration And Communion At Magruder Park

10. The John Fahey Sampler, Themes And Variations

11. Fare Forward Voyagers

12. Steel Guitar Medley

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Track List: The Voice Of The Turtle

1. Bottleneck Blues

2. Bill Cheatum

3. Lewisdale Blues

4. Bean Vine Blues

5. Bean Vine Blues #2

6. A Raga Called Pat, Part Iii

7. A Raga Called Pat, Part Iv

8. Train

9. Je Ne Me Suis Reveillais Matin Pas En May

10. The Story Of Dorothy Gooch, Part I

11. Nine Pound Hammer

12. Lonesome Valley

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Track List: Days Have Gone By (Volume 6)

1. Revolt Of The Dyke Brigade

2. Impressions Of Susan

3. Joe Kirby Blues

4. Night Train Of Valhalla

5. Portland Cement Factory At Monolith, Ca

6. A Raga Called Pat - Part 1

7. A Raga Called Pat - Part 2

8. My Shepherd Will Supply My Needs

9. My Grandfather's Clock

10. Days Have Gone By

11. We Would Be Building

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Track List: Requia

1. Requiem For John Hurt

2. Requiem For Russell Blaine Cooper

3. When The Catfish Is In Bloom

4. Requiem For Molly (Part 1)

5. Requiem For Molly (Part 2)

6. Requiem For Molly (Part 3)

7. Requiem For Molly (Part 4)

8. Fight On Christians, Fight On

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Track List: The Great San Bernardino Birthday Party And Other Excursions

1. The Great San Bernardino Birthday Party

2. Knott's Berry Farm Molly

3. Will The Circle Be Unbroken

4. Guitar Excursions Into The Unknown

5. 900 Miles

6. Sail Away Ladies

7. Oh Come, Oh Come Emanuel

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Track List: The Dance Of Death & Other Plantation Favorites

1. Wine & Roses

2. How Long

3. On The Banks Of The Owchita

4. Worried Blues

5. What The Sun Said

6. Revelation On The Banks Of The Pawtuxent

7. Poor Boy

8. Variations On The Coocoo

9. The Last Steam Engine Train

10. Give Me Cornbread When I'm Hungry

11. Dance Of Death

12. Tulip (Aka When You Wore A Tulip And I Wore A Big Red Rose)

13. Daisy (Aka A Bicycle Built For Two)

14. The Siege Of Sevastopol

15. Steel Guitar Rag

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Track List: Transfiguration Of Blind Joe Death

1. Beautiful Linda Getchell

2. Orinda - Moraga

3. I Am The Resurrection

4. On The Sunny Side Of The Ocean

5. Tell Her To Come Back Home

6. My Station WIll Be Changed After While

7. 101 Is A Hard Road To Travel

8. How Green Was My Valley

9. Bicycle Built For Two

10. The Death Of The Clayton Peacock

11. Brenda's Blues

12. Old Southern Medley

13. Come Back Baby

14. Poor Boy

15. Saint Patrick's Hymn

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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Now you started reading this don't stop, this is freaky but if you read this and ignore you will get bad luck. Put this on 15 songs in 143 minutes when you are done press the space bar and your crushes name will appear in big letters on the screen, this is so creepy because it actually works.
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One of my favorites from this collection
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Listened to Fahey since i was 10
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Brings tears to my eyes. Used to listen to ex husband play J Fahey tunes. Such great memories
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vandivier761 6
My mother, who was an excellent singer, got together with John in the late 50's-early 60's for folk jams. They made a tape together which I treasure. His accompanimen t is brilliant. They both died at age 61 and I hope they are still making music together.
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dbonura7
iphone 5x blue
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The fact that his good friend was Dr. Demento says it all; literally and symbolically . I have an old CD--Old Fashioned Love--mostly junk with some simply astonishing passages thrown in at random. The best of the Takoma guitarists, and that's saying something.
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biga282
Sweet music. One of the Best !!
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May his music live always. This world needs more John Faheys.
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johntzuber03 5
ic :) ;)
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This is one of my favorite Fahey tunes
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Got the honor of opening for him in Sacramento & Portland in '98 right before he passed...a couple nights I will never forget, a brilliant musician
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I saw John perform in 70's at Blues Alley in D.C.. As others have experienced, he came out on stage drunk. He was eating a big cookie and thru it out into audience saying what kind of cookie is this? His speech was slurred and I thought he might fall off the stage. He sat down and played flawless. I thought he was disrespectfu l to his fans/audienc e and felt sorry and embarrassed for him. Love his music and hope his soul is at peace.
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Definitely one of the greats
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Love this piece must listen to more of John Fahey's music.
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I always loved Yellow Princess! I listened to it regularly in the 70's.Such genius on the guitar.Sorry to hear of his demise,thoug h . . .
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tigtig2
Saw him play at McCabe's Guitar in Santa Monica many times. Tacoma was just a couple doors down. Another Tacoma artist from those days is Rick Ruskin - another great guitarist.
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canalady
Thanks Pandora. Just discovered Fahey thanks to you!
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extollager20 0 6
Just started listening to Fahey a couple of months ago, keep ordering just one more CD every few days. I started with The Legend of Blind Joe Death. Something special.
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I heard him play at UC Davis in 1971. He was 45 minutes late, and when he got there he opened a 32 oz 7-Up, drank a few swigs, squinted at the audience as we all watched him, and finally said, what's that smell? It did smell faintly like manure, which was about right for an ag school. Then he put on a great show. After the concert sold his record albums for $5 each (I bought 2). The guy was a genius on the guitar.
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Anyone notice how a John Fahey radio station plays a bunch of crap that isn't John Fahey or anything like it?
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Very nice
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cef1953
P.S.
Woody Guthrie is nothing like John Fahey IMHO..2 different styles... so there is no comparison.
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cef1953
To J Blanchette- What a great story!!

With genius comes madness i suppose.... His music takes me on a mental vacation.
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What is the sound of one hand pickin?
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doccnagel
Very good bio. Thanks RIchie.
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normant12
Saw him once live a long time ago, wonderful !
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I love dead quirky eccentrics
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I look forward to exploring this Artist.
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otps91
Fahey's guitar awakens areas of our brains that were in a coma for decades.
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otps91
Kottke and Fahey are the best ever. They cannot be touched unless Jesus plays guitar during the Millennial Reign.
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couplesrecov e r y 1
He was true to his muse. He's a part of my musical history. We appreciated his uniqueness.. . l i s t e n e d to him in college in a beat up old house with buddies. Used to listen to him and Andre' Segovia, Christopher Parkening, Charlie Bird, and the then new George Winston...th e y all fit well with books and beer and precocious conversation s . . . .
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I saw John in a small venue in San Francisco in the late 70's, he was drunk when he came out on stage, yelled at the waitress to get him a drink, stole a beer from the table down by the front of the stage, took some pills with his beer on stage ( downers I believe ), and generaly pissed off just about everyone in the theater, and then proceeded to play like a transcendtal saint that had touched the face of God. A shadow and a light not to be duplicated or amoungst again.
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dalejonesban j o
John Fahey and Etta Baker true pioneers of american solo guitar. Like Segovia once said , the guitar is a small symphony.
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This is a very smooth and relaxing version.
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Kyle,
They're both good. Isn't that like comparing apples and Chevrolets?
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Lovely way to start the day!
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If you can find and get your hands on a copy of "The Transfigurat i o n of Blind Joe Death", its generally recognized as the essential John Fahey album.
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jeffbrough
Thank you Mr. Fahey...
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ed438
Oh heaven
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He pulls all the stops and wow what a guy
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chambeob
Strongly recommend Fare Forward Voyagers--th e 22 minute version on the album of the same name. It's an expansion on a set of themes that show up on other albums, but it is a wonderfully constructed weaving of that material into a sort of steel string guitar raga.

PS Album title refers to TS Eliot's Four Quartets, a set of four long poems that weave aspects of eastern religion, particularly the Bhagavad-Git a , into Eliot's vision of Christianity .
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He is (was) my grandmother' s nephew, so that would make him a second cousin?
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Inspires me to pick up the guitar. And play it. Whatever "it" is. I know I heard of him in the 60's/70's but can't recall where or why.
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wow
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Never heard of him before, but I'm really enjoying Candy Man (Live)
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woody guthrie is better
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i thought therefore i was!
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What would Buddha smoke?
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i've played alot of his songs, they're really fun.
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