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Tag Archives: American Primitive

John Fahey – A Raga Called Pat Part One

Some low tech field recordings give way to some haunting bluegrass that quickly evolves into a kind of Hillbilly raga dervish. Amazing stuff from his brilliant 1967 album ‘Days Have Gone By’.

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John Fahey – Wine & Roses (Live)

The man himself playing live in Hamburg, 1978. Truly magical.

John Fahey – When The Fire & Roses Are One

Pure magic from Fahey here, as ever. Incredible stuff from one man and his guitar; from his 1973 album ‘Fare Forward Voyagers’.

John Fahey – Fare Forward Voyagers

Bluegrass, Appalachian folk, Indian raga’s; all blended into the Fahey magick. Fahey’s term for this was ‘American Primitive’; an incredible display of what one man can conjure from an acoustic guitar. This is from the album ‘Fare Forward Voyagers (Soldier’s Choice)’ (1973).

John Fahey – The Great San Bernadino Birthday Party

Epic Fahey opening track from 1966’s Volume 4. Various snippets of Fahey’s beuatiful guitar style pieced together and ending up sounding like the soundtrack to walking through a forest. You have the shaded areas, and parts where you are walking out into a clearing with the sun beating down on you.

Incredible.

John Fahey – Wine and Roses

American Primitive guitar from the master.

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