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John Fahey - Volume 6 / Days Have Gone By - Folk LP
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John Fahey - Volume 6 / Days Have Gone By




Label: Takoma

C-1014

Circa 1968 Black/Silver label. Paste on art on black card LP sleeve.


Format: Vinyl, LP, Stereo

Record is VG++
Cover is VG+ handwriting 3 inches top centreringwear and slight cornerwear

Country: US

Released:

1967

Genre:

Blues, Folk, World, & Country

Style:





Tracklist▼.




A1 The Revolt Of The Dyke Brigade


A2 Impressions Of Susan


A3 Joe Kirby Blues


A4 Night Train To Valhalla



A5 The Portland Cement Factory At Monolith California


A6 A Raga Called Pat - Part One







B1 A Raga Called Pat - Part Two


B2 My Shepherd Will Supply My Needs


B3 My Grandfather's Clock



B4 Days Have Gone By



B5 We Would Be Building







Credits

Guitar– John Fahey


After having heard most every other Fahey recording out there, including the epic "America", "Volume IV", "The Voice of the Turtle", and his first record, I thought I had heard the very best of John Fahey's output. "Days Have Gone By", in my view, surpasses all of those, and it's Fahey's most personal and most beautiful work. This record, first issued on Takoma in 1967, is unique in Fahey's repetoire for its gorgeous use of reverb, as well as for the subtle harmonic details evoked from Fahey's guitar.

On "Days Have Gone By", Fahey created a landscape of sounds simultaneously intimate and vast, incorporating at points train calls and various abstract sampled sounds (sort of akin to what he did on "Requia", but more understated), and at others dipping into the eastern-tinged playing more familiar to "Fare Forward Voyagers". At the bottom of all of this is, of course, Fahey's fantastic blend of classical technique and love of blues/folk/mountain music, played not so much with the pyrotechnical fervor that can be found on some of Fahey's recordings as with the subdued charm of a guitarist quietly possessed.

This may be thought of as "otherworldly" music to some, but I think of "Days Have Gone By" as a kind of testament to the beauty and mystery of this life, and


John Fahey - Days Have Gone By


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