John Fahey - Let Go AlbumPerformer: John Fahey
Title: Let Go
Label: Varrick Records
Size MP3 version: 2725 mb
Size FLAC version: 1083 mb
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John Fahey - Let Go Album
|1||Old Country Rock|
Arranged By – John Fahey, Terry Robb
Written-By – Baden Powell
Written-By – Eric Clapton, Jim Gordon
Arranged By – John Fahey
|6||The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise|
Written-By – Ernest Seitz, Eugene Lockhart
|7||Sunset On Prince George's County|
Written-By – John Fahey
Written-By – Bola Sete
|9||River Medley: Deep River / Old Man River|
Arranged By – John FaheyBass – Ron "Dr" ManfredoPercussion – Johnny RigginsWritten-By – Oscar Hammerstein, Jerome Kern
Percussion – Johnny RigginsWritten-By – John Fahey, Terry Robb
|008||John Fahey||Let Go (Cass, Album)||Varrick Records||008||US||1984|
|CD VR 008||John Fahey||Let Go (CD, Album, RE)||Varrick Records||CD VR 008||US||1997|
- Design – Susan Marsh
- Engineer – Jack Barr
- Engineer [Assisted By] – Jeff Rawson
- Guitar – John Fahey, Terry Robb (tracks: A1 to A3, B1 to B3, B5, B6)
- Lacquer Cut By – BK
- Mastered By – Glenn Berger
- Photography By – Melody Fahey
- Photography By [Collage] – Stanley Rowin
- Producer – Terry Robb
Back cover, bottom edge: ℗© 1984 Rounder Records Corporation • Jacket Made in Canada
Center labels, bottom edge: ℗ 1984 Rounder Records Corp.
Producer Robb spoke, 'No folk music on this record-not even anything that sounds or suggests folk music'.
'People think you play folk music'.
'I know', I said.
'Bunch of Airheads.'
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): VR·008·A MASTERDISK BK #5 WM 43134-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): VR·008·B MASTERDISK BK mo #2 #5 WM 43134-B
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rounder Records Corp.
- Copyright (c) – Rounder Records Corp.
- Recorded At – High Tech Recorders
- Mastered At – Masterdisk
- Mastered At – Wakefield Manufacturing – 43134
- Pressed By – Wakefield Manufacturing
- Lacquer Cut At – Masterdisk
Let Go - John Fahey. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Let Go. Исполнитель: John Fahey. 1997 world music. Let Go is an album by American fingerstyle guitarist and composer John Fahey, released in 1984. It was his first release on the Varrick label after over 25 years on his own label Takoma, as well as a few releases on other labels. Since his move to Salem, Oregon in 1981, Fahey met guitarist and producer Terry Robb, who accompanies him on all but three of the songs on Let Go. He would work with Robb on three subsequent releases. Since his final album on Takoma Railroad Fahey had signed with Varrick. Let Go John Fahey. Alternative Folk. The New Possibility: John Fahey's Guitar Soli Christmas Album, Christmas With John Fahey, Vol. Christmas Guitar, Vol. The Legend of Blind Joe Death Remastered. The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death Remastered. Let Go written by Baden Powell From John Fahey's 1984 album LET GO. Anyone who has read liner notes on John Fahey albums knows they are not necessarily to be taken as strict truth, but in the case of Let Go, it seems likely that the man was talking straight. Most of the back cover of the LP is a caustic, satirical diatribe against Volkmusik fans who try to pigeonhole Fahey as a folk artist. Almost the first words are No folk music on this record, not even anything that sounds like or suggests folk music. Listen free to John Fahey Let Go Let Go, Black Mommy and more. 10 tracks 42:57. John Fahey. Lights Out, 02:44. Old Country Rock, 01:20. Now playing: Survivor - Eye Of The Tiger. Perhaps, this is a temporary station problem. You can leave your e-mail and we will let you know when the broadcast of the station will be online again: Or listen to the other country dec name stations. John Fahey: Death Chants, Breakdowns and Military Waltzes. Mega Tree. The Best Of John Fahey: Vol. Guitar Town Music. The Transfiguration Of Blind Joe Death. The New Possibility: John Fahey's Guitar Soli Christmas AlbumChristmas With John Fahey, Vol. Let Go 1984. Album by John Fahey. is a cover Go. My favorite John Fahey after The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death, which took nearly a year to sink in this one has been with me about two months and is already proving its worth, although this time I didn't have to learn to appreciate the style first. There are only three tracks that I consider lazy or ill-advised, and he mocks all three a little in the liner notes as commercial concessions. Aside from those, the longer tracks on side one which feature Fahey's improvisations digressi, he says are weaker than the more composed, sub-five-minute tracks,