A note on the quality of the recording. Realize that this is a recording made by an audience member most likely on the sly and the year is 1968. I don't know who did this but bless him!!
A note on the quality of the performance. Fahey is in fine form and complete control of his guitar, his fingers and his musical pieces. In short, playing like a stud.
Fair warning, when track three is over, it'll break your heart.
1. Some Summer Day/Joe Kirby Blues
2. The Death Of The Clayton Peacock/Worried Blues
3. Requiem For Russell Blaine Cooper/Variations On The Coocoo
Since this is such a short show I can offer both the lossless format and the mp3.
If you are not sure which to download, go with the MP3.
Stupid piano!!!! Just imagine Fahey sitting out there on that vast stage. Just him and his guitar, sitting on a chair...playing...
This is a quite good recording, again for the time, 1973, but quite good even so. I hope you enjoy this one, I love FFV. Just one of my all time favorites and then he wraps it with Beverly. Can't get much better for me!
Only MP3 for this one.
Download it here.
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