February 19, 2016

John Fahey - University Of Washington, 1973


John Fahey
Date: 1973, Jan. or Feb. (or April 20th, see note below)
Location: Seattle, WA
Venue: University Of Washington
Source: FM radio broadcast

Setlist:
01. Dj Intro
02. thus Krishna on the battlefield -> fare forward voyagers
03. dance of the inhabitants of the palace of king Phillip XIV of Spain
04. sunflower river blues -> revolt of the dyke brigade -> requiem for Mississippi John Hurt
05. stomping tonight on the Pennsylvania / alabama border -> in christ there is no east or west -> beverly 06. DJ Outro

Length: 70:18

Recorded off of KOL FM, as noted by the DJ in the outro. The excellent John Fahey Handbook, Vol.2, appendix C "Concerts - Gigs" lists a show on April 20th at the U of Wash and says it was broadcast on KOL. However, in appendix B, list of bootlegs makes no mention of an April 20th show, but does list a Jan or Feb show. Me suspects they may be one in the same.



Art is included in download, flac files at the link.

Get it here.

16 comments:

  1. Wow - so beautiful. It's Fahey best period IMHO. Thanks so much for posting it.

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  2. yes! more mouthwatering Fahey! you, sir, are a prince among pickers.

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  3. Thanks for posting this!
    And thanks to JEMS!!

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  4. Thanks very much!

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  5. Facinating that little E minor into to Stomping... Wonderful stuff!

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  6. is that e-minor intro just an intro or is it a song? Fantastic.

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  7. Thank you so much for these!

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  8. thank you for sharing this

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  9. I get "404 We can’t find what you’re looking for." message.

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  10. Can you reupload it? It's 404'd

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  11. I don't know if this site is still maintained, but the link to this one 404'd and can't be downloaded anymore. If anyone has more info or another download contact me at : arcalamus@gmail.com

    If you have it and don't know how to upload, I'll walk you through it so don't worry about that.

    I'll update this comment for the future.

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