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John Fahey - Blind Joe Death album mp3
Title:
Blind Joe Death
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Style:
Folk, Country Blues
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FLAC album size:
1860 mb
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Rating:
4.4 ✪

The first album of John Fahey, released in 1959. A truly unique artist.

Blind Joe Death: Sowing Wild Oats-Blind Joe Death, Bricks In My Pillow-Blind Joe Death, John Henry. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.

John Aloysius Fahey (/ˈfæhi/; February 28, 1939 – February 22, 2001) was an American fingerstyle guitarist and composer who played the steel-string acoustic guitar as a solo instrument.

The mythical bluesman named Blind Joe Death, first introduced by Fahey on his debut album Blind Joe Death, appears again in the liner notes of The Voice of the Turtle.

Blind Joe Death John Fahey. This album has an average beat per minute of 102 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 75/185 BPM).

Blind Joe Death is definitive John Fahey. Pure and true interpretations of deep river blues.

John Fahey - John Henry 02:05. John Fahey - I'm Gonna Do All I Can For My Lord 01:24. John Fahey - Sligo River Blues 03:05.

Revenge of Blind Joe Death: The John Fahey Tribute Album - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. Вышел 22 августа 2006г. В альбом вошло 20 треков.

Tracklist

Selections By Blind Joe Death
On Doing An Evil Deed Blues
St. Louis Blues
I'm A Poor Boy A Long Ways From Home
Uncloudy Day
John Henry
In Christ There Is No East Or West
Selections By John Fahey
The Transcendental Waterfall
Desperate Man Blues
Sun Gonna Shine In My Back Door Someday Blues
Sligo River Blues

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
C 1002, C1002, C-1002 John Fahey Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Takoma, Takoma, Takoma, Piedmont C 1002, C1002, C-1002 US 1964
C-1002 John Fahey Volume 1 / Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album) Takoma C-1002 US 1967
C-1002 John Fahey Volume 1 / Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Takoma C-1002 US 1967
C-1002 John Fahey Volume 1 / Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Takoma C-1002 US 1968
SNTF 607 John Fahey Volume 1 / Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Sonet SNTF 607 UK 1969
SNTF 607 John Fahey Volume 1 / Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Sonet SNTF 607 UK 1969
SNTF 607 John Fahey Volume 1 Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Sonet SNTF 607 UK 1969
C-1002 John Fahey Volume 1 / Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Takoma C-1002 US 1970
C-1002 John Fahey Volume 1 / Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Takoma C-1002 US 1973
4XT 72702 John Fahey Blind Joe Death ‎(Cass) Takoma 4XT 72702 US 1987
CDTAK 1002 John Fahey The Legend Of Blind Joe Death ‎(CD, Album, Comp, RE, RM) Takoma CDTAK 1002 UK 1996
TAKCD-8901-2 John Fahey The Legend Of Blind Joe Death ‎(CD, Comp, RM) Takoma TAKCD-8901-2 US 1996
K80P-4447, K80P-4448 John Fahey Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Takoma, Takoma K80P-4447, K80P-4448 US 2007
C 1002, C1002, TAK 1002 John Fahey Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Takoma, Takoma, Takoma C 1002, C1002, TAK 1002 2010
4m201, C 1002 John Fahey Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180) 4 Men With Beards, Piedmont 4m201, C 1002 US 2012
TAK1002-1NC John Fahey Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Bla) Takoma TAK1002-1NC US 2015
4m201 John Fahey Volume 1 / Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180) 4 Men With Beards 4m201 US 2015
4m201 John Fahey Volume 1 / Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE, Cle) 4 Men With Beards 4m201 US 2016
C 1002 John Fahey Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Takoma C 1002 US Unknown
C 1002, TAK 1002 John Fahey Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Takoma C 1002, TAK 1002 US Unknown
ST 72702, TAK 7002 John Fahey Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Takoma, Takoma ST 72702, TAK 7002 US Unknown
TAK 7002, ST-72702 John Fahey Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Takoma TAK 7002, ST-72702 US Unknown
4447/8 John Fahey Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE, 180) Takoma 4447/8 US Unknown
C-1002, TAK-7002 John Fahey Volume 1 / Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Takoma, Takoma C-1002, TAK-7002 US Unknown
C-1002 John Fahey Volume 1 / Blind Joe Death ‎(LP, Album, RE) Takoma C-1002 US Unknown


Reviews:
  • Doukree
My copy of this has a booklet. Did all of them?
  • Insanity
How come there's no listing for the original 1959 release? This second release states that it has a different track listing, but yet we don't seem to have any info on the original track listing to compare it to. I'm asking because I seem to have a copy that isn't represented in discogs and I'm wondering if I may have a 1959 original sitting in my lap. My gut tells me it's the 1964 second release but the label is slightly different with no horizontal "white lines", otherwise the same. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  • Welen
Submit your copy. There isn’t a ‘59 copy on here because no one who has it has submitted it. On that Fahey catalogue site there could be pics/info on the ‘59 version that could help you, or a least address an era of your copy.
  • Nalme
I wish that there was more information in general about the different releases of this album, but here's some info taken from Wiki which I know I've seen elsewhere:This second pressing claims that "On Doing an Evil Deed Blues", "In Christ There Is No East or West", "The Transcendental Waterfall", and "Uncloudy Day" are 1964 rerecordings and the rest ("St. Louis Blues", "Poor Boy Long Ways from Home", "John Henry", "Desperate Man Blues", "Sun Gonna Shine in My Back Door Someday Blues", and "Sligo River Blues") are the original 1959 versions. "Uncloudy Day" was actually the same recording, as was "St. Louis Blues" in an edited version. The 1959 album contained a version of Blind Blake's "West Coast Blues", which (despite being rerecorded in 1964) was not included on the album. To fill the gap, the new version of "Transcendental Waterfall" was extended to over 10 minutes long, a glimpse of things to come.So, if your edition's version of The Transcendental Waterfall is only 6:36 instead of 10:36, contains "West Coast Blues" as the opening track and has a version of "St. Louis Blues" running to 5:28 instead of 4:53, you should have an original pressing (also, I know that there at least was a digital transfer of an original pressing floating around on the 'net at one point).
  • Flamekiller
any body know which vinyl versions have the 1963 recordings
  • Ice_One_Guys
Don't be confused by the sleeve: this is the 1967 stereo re-recording of the album, released in the 1959 and 1964 sleeve. It would have been nice if there had been at least a sticker to that effect.
  • WOGY
are you sure it's not the 1964 re-recording? the discogs page lists Waterfall as being the 10 minute version, which is only on the 1964 album, and is shorter on the 1967 one.
  • Pumpit
How does something get to be 530 dollars after having a median price of 59.95? Holy smokes. Anyone curating a folk museum?
  • Mr.jeka
This is the original Piedmont/Takoma press. Which means it has a slightly different track listing. More importantly, a few of the tracks are completely different takes than the ones on all subsequent vinyl presses (excluding some recent boots of questionable audio quality).
  • Cyregaehus
The inner labels have 3 song title errors as well."On Doing ALL Evil Deed Blues" instead of "An"missing the THE on "The Transcendental Waterfall", and the BLUES on "Sun Gonna Shine On My Back Door Someday Blues"
  • Whilingudw
John Fahey´s guitar speaks the language of children - simple, direct, honest. No messages because there IS only one message. He speaks with the urgency of now, because that´s all there is - the now of infinitely repeated sadness and joy. Emotions of the head. Fahey - American traveller through music, the gentle music of man. Fahey gives strength to face the end. Or the beginning... He doesn´t scream. It´s all there anyway, but he knows it, and says it. See, in America you can sit and listen to music for 99 years saying, "What´s it mean?". And never know. But Fahey tells it... What´s nice to hear, though, is the way he does it. It´s beautiful but it´s so much fun too. Peaceful fun, though; not the same fun as cracking kids over the head with nightsticks. That´s America - but it isn´t John Fahey. He´s the plains and the rivers and the mountains and the buffalo, the America of peace and beauty that´s always been there. He´s not Johnny Pissoff. He´s popcorn and Popeye, Kerouac and Corso, righteous policeman of the American dream - the down-there-at-the-bottom dream of simplicity, peace and every man his own music. Fahey; the American revolution of love. Love and pies.
  • Hbr
You should mention, that this text is from SUPERSCRIBE and can be found on the european Sonet relaese backsleeve