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Your Past Comes Back To Haunt You – The Fonotone Years 1958 to 1965 (5CD set & book)

CD (Item 584279) Dust To Digital, Late 50s/Early 60s — Condition: New Copy
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A completely beautiful, heavy duty box of vintage John Fahey – his late 50s to mid 60s Fonotone recordings in 5CD set – 115 rare recordings from the formative years of the folk guitar genius, plus an 88 page hardbound book! Most of the music on this incredible Dust To Digital/Revenant set is appearing on CD for the first time ever – remastered from Joe Bussard's reel-to-reel tapes to the best sound quality obtainable. Essayists and other contributors to the book include Eddie Dean, Claudio Guerrierri, Glenn Jones, Malcolm Kirton and Mike Stewart, a poem by Byron Coley. It also includes Douglas Blazek's 1967 interview with Fahey, published for the first time. Songs include "Frankin Blues", "The Transcendental Waterfall", "Over The Hill Blues", "Green River Blues", "Libba's Rag", "Poor Boy Blues", "You Gonna Need Somebody On Your Bond", "Smoky Ordinary Blues (Dance Of The Inhabitants)", "Night Train To Valhalla", "House Carpenter", "Medley: Goodbye Old Paint/Whoopee Ti-Yi-Yo, Git Along Little Doggies", "Bottleneck Blues" and many, many more.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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