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Legend Of Blind Joe Death

John Fahey (ジョンフェイヒー)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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8901
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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1996
フォーマット
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CD
その他
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輸入盤
クレジット
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John Fahey(Guitar),  ED Denson(Producer),  John Fahey(Arranger),  John Fahey(Producer),  Bill Belmont(Compilation Producer),  Chester Petranick(Liner Notes),  Desmond Dunkerly(Composer),  ED Denson(Liner Notes),  Glenn Jones(Liner Notes),  Harry (Henry) Thacker Burleigh(Composer),  Joe Tarantino(Remastering),  John Oxenham(Composer),  Public Domain(Composer),  Tom Weller(Art Direction),  Traditional(Composer),  Bill Belmont(Compilation),  Bill Belmont(Reissue Producer),  John Fahey(Adaptation),  Tom Weller(Cover Art)

商品説明

The saga of Blind Joe Death is an extremely confusing one, for those listeners who haven't been following Fahey's career from the beginning. In short: Fahey originally recorded Blind Joe Death in 1959, in an extremely rare, self-released edition of less than 100 copies. Though few heard it, his debut album was a groundbreaker on the acoustic folk scene in its unusually experimental approach to blues and folk styles, though its innovations sound relatively tame when compared to the best of Fahey's subsequent work. Fahey reissued the album in 1964 on Takoma, re-recording some of the cuts, and dropping one selection (West Coast Blues). In 1967, when the album was issued for the stereo market, Fahey re-recorded the entire album from scratch, resulting in performances of the exact same new material, but with improved fidelity and technique. This reissue does us all a mammoth favor by combining the 1964 and 1967 editions of the album (which, to make matters more confusing, bore the exact same catalog number, Takoma 1002) onto one 75-minute disc. A previously unreleased 1964 version of West Coast Blues, a song which had been on the 1959 edition of Blind Joe Death but was left off subsequent configurations, is added as a bonus cut. Completists should note that this is not the final word in the Blind Joe Death saga. Several of the versions originally presented on the 1959 album that were re-recorded for both the 1964 and 1967 remakes are still absent, for space reasons and because the compilers themselves feel that the later renditions are notably superior. Still, it's a near-definitive package of the important Blind Joe Death material, with extensive historical liner notes explaining the circumstances that gave rise to its various incarnations. ~ Richie Unterberger, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. On Doing an Evil Deed Blues (05:07)
  • 02. St. Louis Blues (04:53)
  • 03. Poor Boy, Long Ways from Home (03:12)
  • 04. Uncloudy Day (03:23)
  • 05. John Henry (03:20)
  • 06. In Christ There Is No East or West (02:21)
  • 07. Desperate Man Blues (04:05)
  • 08. Sun Gonna Shine in My Back Door Someday Blues (03:32)
  • 09. Sligo River Blues (03:05)
  • 10. On Doing an Evil Deed Blues (03:56)
  • 11. St. Louis Blues (03:15)
  • 12. Poor Boy, Long Ways from Home (02:23)
  • 13. Uncloudy Day (02:22)
  • 14. John Henry (02:05)
  • 15. In Christ There Is No East or West (02:43)
  • 16. Desperate Man Blues (03:58)
  • 17. Sun Gonna Shine in My Back Door Someday Blues (04:39)
  • 18. Sligo River Blues (02:33)
  • 19. I'm Gonna Do All I Can for My Lord (01:24)
  • 20. Transcendental Waterfall, The
  • 21. West Coast Blues - (previously unreleased) (01:25)

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John Fahey

ジム・オルークが在籍していたガスター・デル・ソルのアルバム Upgrade And Afterlife にフェイヒイの曲が収録されていたことがきっかけとなり、音響派サウンドのルーツとして騒がれたジョン・フェイヒイの半生。

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