December 20, 2011

John Fahey - Syracuse University, New York 1972

Something different today, solo acoustic guitar with John Fahey, American guitarist and composer performing at the Jabberwocky Nightclub in the Syracuse University, New York.
Fahey (1939–2001) is generally regarded as one of the most influential guitarists in music history.


Sound Quality: 9.5

Source: FM Broadcast

Track List:

01 - Stomping Tonight Fantasy
02 - In Christ There is No East or West
03 - Beverley
04 - The Dance of the Inhabitants of the Palace of King Philip XIV of Spain
05 - tuning
06 - Thus Krishna on the Battlefield
07 - Some Summer Day
08 - Brenda's Blues/When You Wore a Tulip

Files:

MP3 - Mirror
FLAC - Mirror

10 comments:

Complete Unknown said...

Thank you. Unexpected and very welcome.

wcpaeb said...

You sure are on a roll as far as posting stuff that interests me. I'd be really excited about this one if I hadn't already got it in trade earlier this year.
The date I have for it is July 15, 1972.

AtticRock said...

Thanks, I first listened, and stood amazed, to John Fahey on a Portuguese radio show presented by a DJ that died two years ago (at the age of 59) called António Sérgio. For me and many more the most influential person on the radio ever. Some would compare him to John Peel.

Anonymous said...

Thanks very much!

Rev. Dr. Moller. MDMA, THC and BAR. said...

I've not got this one, thanks very much.

Sir Billy Himalaya said...

Been looking for this in lossless for ages. Thanks for the early Xmas present.

Sir Billy Himalaya said...

had this for years as mumpty file, many thanks for the upgrade. All the best for Crimbo and 2012.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this! Merry christmas and a happy new year.

Anonymous said...

Hi there, could you please re-upload this one in basic mp3? Thanks!

AtticRock said...

It's ok again!