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.
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.
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