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Boodle Am Shake - John Fahey & His Orchestra - Old Fashioned Love (CD, Album)

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  1. 'Old Fashioned Love' is kick-back and easy when suddenly the Dixieland band steps in. Still pleasant enough, if not a bit humorous in it's tone. Feel like I'm watching some old movie from the 30s or 40s. Interesting, interesting. 'Boodle Am Shake' has got lyrics, that sound like a fixed scat almost. And is that a kazoo I hear in there? Humor /5(6).
  2. item 3 John Fahey "Old Fashioned Love" CD Takoma Records Free Shipping without question, the best collaborator I have heard Fahey play with to date. OFL is the third, and final, album Fahey recorded with his “orchestra”—which incl uded trumpet, jug, banjo, clarinet, tuba, alto sax, trombone, piano, drums, violin, vocals and guitar. In.
  3. A great couple of harder-to-find Ornette Coleman records – nicely paired up in a 2CD set! First up is The Music Of Ornette Coleman, from – which is beautiful record that serves as both a showcase for Ornette's "serious" writing efforts – and his ability to play with a larger ensemble! It kicks off with Ornette playing trumpet solos with The Philadelphia Woodwind Quintet as they.
  4. Old Fashioned Love is a wonderful release, a celebration of early 20th century musical styles. Every track is played with charm and wit, from the solo guitar pieces to the full orchestral works. Indeed, on the first half of the LP we hear not just Fahey the guitarist, but also Fahey the arranger and orchestra Price: $
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Old Fashioned Love on Discogs/5(2).
  6. Old Fashioned Love [as John Fahey & His Orchestra]--/ Christmas With John Fahey Vol II--/ Yes! Jesus Loves Me Takoma CD. John Fahey Nancy McLean Producer: Guitar Old Fashioned Love Boodle-Am-Shake Keep Your Lamp Trimmed And Burning Dry Bones In The Valley. .
  7. May 23,  · John Fahey has long been heralded as a genius. He’s a master of the steel-string guitar and a pioneer of what’s called American Primitive. He started putting out his own records in - just him playing acoustic guitar - and by the s he had a cult following.
  8. ‎One of acoustic music's true innovators and eccentrics, John Fahey was a crucial figure in expanding the boundaries of the acoustic guitar over the last few decades. His music was so eclectic that it's arguable whether he should be defined as a "folk" artist. In a career that saw him issue several d. Available with an Apple Music subscription.

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