John Fahey Jacki talks with composer and guitarist John Fahey (FAY-hee).
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John Fahey

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After after a ten-year absence from the music scene, Fahey is back with a new recording, titled, "City of Refuge." Much of the album is "industrial" music which uses sounds instead of instruments. In the 1960's, Fahey inspired an entire generation of accoustic guitar players and composers, Leo Kottke among them. (7:30) IN STEREO. ("City of Refuge" by John Fahey - Tim/Kerr Records, #644 830 127