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An explosive album from the mighty John Fahey – and maybe the record in which he starts to really break from tradition – and strongly foreground all the new changes he wanted to bring to acoustic music! There's still a strong Americanist vibe going on here, but Fahey's also stretching ... LP, Vinyl record album
One of the first full albums recorded by the legendary John Fahey – originally issued on the tiny Riverboat label, then circulated more widely on his own Takoma imprint! The set offers a second chapter of the sort of work on Fahey's Blind Joe Death debut – but the sound is already ... LP, Vinyl record album
Features John Hartford's original recording of the title track, which many others would make a hit – plus other gems that include "The Six O'Clock Train & A Girl With Green Eyes", "California Earthquake", "Mouth To Mouth Resuscitation", "Untangle Your ... LP, Vinyl record album
A near-perfect album from 1971 – one that finds Hag moving out of the prison/drinking songs themes of his late 60s masterpieces for Capitol and bringing in more of the rich, eclectically folksy touches of his live shows. Tracks are weighted heavily in Hag originals like "Someday We'll ... LP, Vinyl record album