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  • Dirn says:
    John Fahey's final album of the s was also his first studio album in nearly five years, his prolific pace in the first dozen years or so of his recording career slowing notably by the middle of the maccpepcongviticatocontkingsulbiohar.co pretty much just picked up where he left off on Visits Washington DC, however, offering another set of acoustic guitar instrumentals with stellar picking and an eclectic range of 7/
  • Masida says:
    release, the first time ever release on CD for this album from the guitar great. All tracks are solo performances apart from 'Medley: Silver Bells/Cheyenne', where Fahey is accompanies by fellow-Takoma artist Richard Ruskin. This was Fahey's first album in five years, during which time he had sold Takoma to Chrysalis/5(2).
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  • Mujora says:
    · First time ever release on CD for this album.'' ' · All are solo performances apart from the medley on track one, where Fahey is accompanies by fellow-Takoma artist Richard Ruskin. This was Fahey’s first album in five years, during which time he had sold Takoma to Chrysalis.'' ' · Fahey’s lengthy and rambling original notes are included, along with a more concise and.
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