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Brilliantly captured performance at Hobart University, Tasmania, without a note being lost! This CD reissue contains a new note by Sonic Youths Jim ORourke.
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Sounds like his earlier recordings...
on 25 November 2012 - Published on Amazon.com
I first heard John Fahey's music on his albums, "Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death", and his record "John Fahey, Vol. 4", and Tasmania sounds more like Vol. 4 than it does any of his other work. I really enjoy it, and if you liked Transfiguration or Vol. 4, I think you will enjoy this one also.
Rendition of Waltzing Matilda is worth the price alone.
on 3 October 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
John Fahey as John Fahey. Amazing guitar, humor from one of the best acoustic guitar players around.
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You don't have to be Ginger Meggs to like this
on 10 September 2009 - Published on Amazon.com
I have the vinyl version of this, purchased a long time ago. It is one of my favourite Fahey recordings. There is palpable rapport between the shy, amused, eccentric Fahey and the hearty young male Tasmanian audience; they are bemused to learn that Fahey expected them to be madmen hanging from the trees. They are charmed by his simple performance of that ultimate Australian losers' anthem, Waltzing Matilda. The tunes are all great, particularly Indian Pacific Railroad Blues. The guitar tones are clear and warm, and Fahey plays with typical strength and supple dynamism. It is great to hear them live, with a pulse and 'carpe diem' that you don't get in a studio album.
A good introduction
on 17 August 2009 - Published on Amazon.com
I've heard a fair bit of Fahey on internet radio stations, but this is the only album of his I was able to get my thrifty fingers on for cheap. It's an honest live album, with a very airy reverberation present in all the tracks (must have been played in a large hall) that adds a bit of charm that you don't get in studio efforts. It's a bit short but seems to be very quality Fahey.
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fantastic live album
on 12 July 2004 - Published on Amazon.com
mid-career album from John Fahey that shows what an amazing talent he was. Some slight editing artifacts don't take away from what this man could do on a guitar given a good audience and acoustics. I'm biased as a longtime Fahey fanatic but a close listen to "the return of the Tasmanian Tiger/Funeral Song for Mississippi John Hurt" makes it evident why Fahey was such an influence on so many guitarists. Beautiful stuff here and more accessible than most of his later work.