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Come Back Baby - John Fahey - The Transfiguration Of Blind Joe Death (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. g High Quality Vinyl! The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death is John Fahey's classic fifth album from the mids and is one of his most influential. This album has an amazing variety of styles, moods, and influences, and John has a compositional and playing style that is totally unique. Features: g Vinyl Selections: Side A: 1.
  2. I've played guitar for 30+ years, and I was exposed to John Fahey very early on. His "Blind Joe Death" album (along with Ry Cooder's early albums) changed the way I looked at technique and tone. They made we want to find similarly obscure (if not weird) tunes and bring a personal touch to them/5(21).
  3. John Fahey had a mass of diverse influences on his music and playing style. Most obvious were the early blues guitarists like Charlie Patton (whose work formed the basis for his college thesis), Bukka White, Skip James and Mississippi John Hurt, but aside from these there was a wealth of old time music, South American and European influences.
  4. gram vinyl reissue of John Fahey's seventh album, originally released on the Riverboat label in This reissue includes a reproduction of the page booklet "Notes to: John Fahey's The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death" by Charles Holloway, Esq/5(30).
  5. In addition to his status as a collector, Joe is single-handedly responsible for the creation and operation of Fonotone Records, an independent record label responsible for documenting and preserving bluegrass, folk and blues music of the s,s and s (including the first recordings of guitarist John Fahey). A musician himself, Joe.
  6. Blind Joe Death is the first album by American fingerstyle guitarist and composer John Fahey. There are three different versions of the album, and the original self-released edition of fewer than copies is extremely rare. The recording of steel-string acoustic guitar solos was "incredibly avant-garde" in
  7. I've played guitar for 30+ years, and I was exposed to John Fahey very early on. His "Blind Joe Death" album (along with Ry Cooder's early albums) changed the way I looked at technique and tone. They made we want to find similarly obscure (if not weird) tunes and bring a personal touch to them/5(32).
  8. Label: 4 Men With Beards - 4m • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue Purple • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Acoustic John Fahey - Volume 5 - The Transfiguration Of Blind Joe Death (, Purple, Vinyl) | Discogs.
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