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Your past comes back to haunt you [sound recording] / John Fahey.

Available copies

  • 6 of 6 copies available at Berklee College of Music.

Current holds

0 current holds with 6 total copies.

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Stan Getz Library CD 37182-37186 Disc 1 37684001085586 Off-Site Storage Copy hold / Volume hold Available -
Stan Getz Library CD 37182-37186 Disc 2 37684001085587 Off-Site Storage Copy hold Available -
Stan Getz Library CD 37182-37186 Disc 3 37684001085588 Off-Site Storage Copy hold Available -
Stan Getz Library CD 37182-37186 Disc 4 37684001085589 Off-Site Storage Copy hold Available -
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Stan Getz Library CD 37182-37186 Suppl. 37684001085591 Annex - Supplement Oversize Copy hold Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 5 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + book (86 p. : ill. ; 31 cm.)
  • Publisher: Atlanta, Ga. : Dust-to-Digital ; p2011.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Blues, folk, and country music.
"Of this set's 115 tracks, approximately one third is [sic] previously unissued"--Program notes, p. 14.
Compact discs.
Program notes by Malcolm Kirton, Glenn Jones, Claudio Guerrieri, R. Anthony Lee, Douglas Blazek and Eddie Dean in accompanying book.
Formatted Contents Note:
no. 1, 1958. Interview: John Fahey on Fonotone Records and Joe Bussard ; Franklin blues ; Smoketown strut ; Steel guitar rag ; Takoma Park pool hall blues ; Buck dancer's choice (1) ; Pretty Polly ; Shortnin' bread ; Barbara Namkin blues ; In Christ there is no east or west ; Stak 'o lee blues ; The transcendental waterfall (1) ; John Henry (1) ; Over the hill blues (1) ; St. Louis blues ; On doing an evil deed blues ; Reinumeration blues ; The transcendental waterfall (2) ; Mississippi boweavil blues ; Green River blues ; Over the hill blues (2) ; Libba's rag ; Chris's rag -- no. 2, 1958-1960. St. Louis tickle ; Pat Sullivan's blues ; Blind blues ; Poor boy blues ; Long time town blues ; Gulf Port Island blues ; Blind Thomas blues ; New Newport news blues ; Wanda Russell's blues ; Going away to leave you blues ; Lay my burden down ; Hill high blues ; You gonna need somebody on your bond ; Jesus gonna make up my dyin' bed ; Banty rooster blues ; Tom Rushen blues -- no. 3, 1960-1961. Yallaboosha River blues ; You gonna miss me ; Wissenschaftlich River blues ; Zekiah Swamp blues ; Nobody's business ; Going crabbing talking blues ; You better get right so God can use you ; Weissman blues ; Dasein River blues ; Racemic Tartrate River blues ; Smoky ordinary blues ; I shall not be moved ; Little hat blues ; Guitar solo title unknown ; Some summer day ; The Langley two-step ; Dream of the origin of the French Broad River -- no. 4, 1962. Saint John's hornpipe ; Sail away ladies ; Dreaming under the B & O trestle ; 900 miles ; Prince George's dance ; Improvisation for flute and guitar ; Dorothy ; Calvert Street blues ; Brenda's blues (3) ; Buck dancer's choice (2) ; Night train to Valhalla (2) ; In the pines ; Pretty Polly ; Take this hammer ; Yazoo basin blues ; Stomping tonight on the (old) Pennsylvania ; Alabama border ; Smokey ordinary blues (2) ; Revelation on the banks of the Pawtuxent (2) ; Bean vine blues ; Green blues ; Stone pony -- no. 5, 1962-1965. Dorothy ; Calvert Street blues (2) ; Days have gone by ; Some summer day (2) ; Texas & Pacific blues ; John Henry blues ; Brenda's blues (5) ; St. Patrick's hymn ; Bicycle built for two ; The blues you saved for me ; House carpenter ; How long (1) ; The Portland cement factory at Monolith, California ; You take the E train ; I sing a song of the saints of God ; How long (2) ; O Jesus I have promised (1) ; Untitled (1) ; Untitled (2) ; O Jesus I have promised (2) ; I am a rake and rambling boy ; Goodbye old paint (1) ; Whoopee ti y yo git along little doggies ; Goodbye old paint (2) ; Simple gifts ; Untitled (3) ; Bury me not on the lone prairie ; Goodbye old paint (3) ; Western medley ; Durgan Park ; The bitter lemon ; Old Southern medley ; Bottleneck blues.
Participant or Performer Note:
John Fahey, in part performing as Blind Thomas, guitar, vocals ; with various assisting musicians and groups.
Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:
Recorded 1958-1965.
Subject: Guitar music (Blues)
Blues (Music) > 1951-1960.
Blues (Music) > 1961-1970.
Folk music > United States.
Country music > 1951-1960.
Country music > 1961-1970.

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