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Your Past Comes Back to Haunt You

The Fonotone Years, 1958-1965 [Box]

Artist: John Fahey

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Label: Dust-to-Digital
Album: Your Past Comes Back to Haunt You: The Fonotone Years, 1958-1965 [Box]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Interview: John Fahey on Fonotone Records and Joe Bussard
2)    Franklin Blues
3)    Smoketown Strut
4)    Steel Guitar Rag
5)    Takoma Park Pool Hall Blues
6)    Buck Dancer's Choice (1)
7)    Medley: Pretty Polly/Shortnin' Bread
8)    Barbara Namkin Blues
9)    In Christ There Is No East or West
10)    Stak 'O Lee Blues (Louis Collins)
11)    Transcendental Waterfall, The (1)
12)    John Henry (1)
13)    Over the Hill Blues (1)
14)    St. Louis Blues
15)    On Doing an Evil Deed Blues
16)    Reinumeration Blues (Brenda's Blues) (1)
17)    Transcendental Waterfall, The (2)
18)    Mississippi Boweavil Blues
19)    Green River Blues
20)    Over the Hill Blues (2)
21)    Libba's Rag
22)    Chris's Rag
1)    St. Louis Tickle
2)    Pat Sullivan's Blues
3)    Blind Blues (aka Martin's Esso Blues)
4)    Poor Boy Blues
5)    Long Time Town Blues
6)    Gulf Port Island Blues
7)    Blind Thomas Blues, Pt. 1
8)    Blind Thomas Blues, Pt. 2
9)    New Newport News Blues #2
10)    Wanda Russell's Blues
11)    Going Away to Leave You Blues
12)    Lay My Burden Down
13)    Hill High Blues
14)    John Henry (2)
15)    Paint Brush Blues
16)    Blind Thomas Blues, Pt. 3
17)    Blind Thomas Blues, Pt. 4
18)    You Gonna Need Somebody on Your Bond
19)    Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dyin' Bed
20)    Banty Rooster Blues
21)    Tom Rushen Blues
1)    Yallaboosha River Blues
2)    You Gonna Miss Me
3)    Wissenschaftlich River Blues, Pt. 1
4)    Wissenschaftlich River Blues, Pt. 2
5)    Zekiah Swamp Blues
6)    Nobody's Business
7)    Going Crabbing Talking Blues, Pt. 1
8)    Going Crabbing Talking Blues, Pt. 2
9)    You Better Get Right So God Can Use You
10)    Weissman Blues
11)    Dasein River Blues
12)    Racemic Tartrate River Blues, Pt. 1
13)    Racemic Tartrate River Blues, Pt. 2
14)    Smoky Ordinary Blues (1) (Dance of the Inhabitants (1))
15)    I Shall Not Be Moved
16)    Old Country Rock
17)    Little Hat Blues
18)    Guitar Solo Title Unknown (1) (Revelation on the Banks of the Pawtuxent (1))
19)    Guitar Solo Title Unknown (2) (Night Train to Valhalla (1))
20)    Some Summer Day (2)
21)    Langley Two-Step, The
22)    Dream of the Origin of the French Broad River
1)    Saint John's Hornpipe
2)    Sail Away Ladies
3)    Dreaming Under the B & O Trestle
4)    900 Miles
5)    Prince George's Dance
6)    Improvisation for Flute and Guitar
7)    Dorothy/Calvert Street Blues (1) (Brenda's Blues (2))
8)    Brenda's Blues (3)
9)    Buck Dancer's Choice (2)
10)    Night Train to Valhalla (2)
11)    In the Pines
12)    Pretty Polly
13)    Take This Hammer
14)    Yazoo Basin Blues
15)    Stomping Tonight On the (Old) Pennsylvania/Alabama Border
16)    Smoky Ordinary Blues (2) (Dance of the Inhabitants (2))
17)    Revelation on the Banks of the Pawtuxent (2)
18)    Bean Vine Blues (Pea Vine Blues)
19)    Green Blues
20)    Stone Pony
1)    Dorothy/Calvert Street Blues (2) (Brenda's Blues (4))
2)    Days Have Gone By
3)    Some Summer Day (2)
4)    Texas & Pacific Blues (My Bucket's Got a Hole in It)
5)    John Henry Blues
6)    Brenda's Blues (5)
7)    St. Patrick's Hymn
8)    Bicycle Built for Two
9)    Blues You Saved for Me, The
10)    House Carpenter
11)    How Long (1)
12)    Portland Cement Factory at Monolith, California, The
13)    You Take the E Train (The Last Steam Engine Train)
14)    I Sing a Song of the Saints of God
15)    How Long (2)
16)    O Jesus I Have Promised (1)
17)    [Untitled] (1)
18)    Medley: [Untitled] (2)/O Jesus I Have Promised (2)
19)    I Am a Rake and Rambling Boy
20)    Medley: Goodbye Old Paint (1)/Whoopee Ti-Yi-Yo, Git Along Little Doggies
21)    Goodbye Old Paint (2)
22)    Simple Gifts
23)    [Untitled] (3)
24)    Bury Me Not on the Lone Prairie
25)    Goodbye Old Paint (3)
26)    Western Medley
27)    Durgan Park
28)    Bitter Lemon, The
29)    Old Southern Medley [Fragment]
30)    Bottleneck Blues
 



Performer Notes
  • Liner Note Authors: Eddie Dean; R. Anthony Lee; Douglas Blazek; Malcolm Kirton; Claudio Guerrieri; Glenn Jones ; Byron Coley.
  • Your Past Comes Back to Haunt You: The Fonotone Years, 1958-1965 is a massive John Fahey document that was a full decade in the making by Dean Blackwood of Revenant, guitarist Glenn Jones, and Lance Ledbetter of Dust-to-Digital. Released a full decade after Fahey's death, it contains 115 tracks compiling the guitarist's complete 78-rpm recordings for Joe Bussard's Fonotone label -- solo, as Blind Thomas, the Mississippi Swampers, etc. -- remastered from the original reel-to-reel tapes. These are Fahey's earliest recordings, the vast majority of which are previously unreleased on CD. The 12"-by-12" collection also contains an 88-page hardback book with essays and track annotations by Jones and contributions from Eddie Dean, Claudio Guerrieri, Malcolm Kirton, Mike Stewart, and R. Anthony Lee, as well as a previously unpublished 1967 interview by Douglas Blazek.

Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (p.83) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "The facility increases as time passes. The zeal never waivers."

Spin (p.81) - "In hour one, he bangs his guitar with a paintbrush; by hour six, he's making ragas backwards before the Beatles set foot in India."

Entertainment Weekly (p.71) - "A rich exploration of Appalachian roots, Delta blues, and country..." -- Grade: A

The Wire (p.60) - "[T]here is much here that is essential: you can literally hear the shape of future musics being hesitantly assembled."

Down Beat (p.93) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "Some of the performances on YOUR PAST COMES BACK TO HAUNT YOU are revelatory....[The project] is all about him figuring out what kind of composer he would be."

Record Collector (magazine) (p.83) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[A] lavish and lovingly compiled set....YOUR PAST COMES BACK TO HAUNT YOU exudes all the love and consideration which doubtlessly went into its creation."

Format:CD (0 Disc); Stereo
Country:USA
Studio/Live: Studio
Release Date:3 October, 2011

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