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After the Ball
Studio album by John Fahey
Released 1973
Recorded 1971–1973 at United/Western Recorders, Hollywood, CA
Genre Folk
Length 35:21
Label Reprise
Producer John Fahey, Denny Bruce
Professional reviews
John Fahey chronology
Of Rivers and Religion
After the Ball
Fare Forward Voyagers (Soldier's Choice)

After the Ball is an album by American folk musician John Fahey, released in 1973. It was his second and last recording on the Reprise label.

After the Ball was reissued along with Of Rivers and Religion on CD in 2003 by Warner Bros. Records.[1]


Track listing

  1. "Horses" (Fahey) – 2:07
  2. "New Orleans Shuffle" (Bill Whitmore) – 3:17
  3. "Beverly" (Fahey) – 4:48
  4. "Om Shanthi Norris" (Fahey) – 5:49
  5. "I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be Free" (Billy Taylor, Dick Dallas, Fahey) – 2:35
  6. "When You Wore a Tulip (And I Wore a Big Red Rose)" (Percy Wenrich, Jack Mahoney) – 2:33
  7. "Hawaiian Two-Step" (Fahey) – 2:39
  8. "Bucktown Stomp" (Fahey) – 2:14
  9. "Candy Man" (Reverend Gary Davis) – 1:26
  10. "After the Ball" (Oscar Hammerstein II, Jerome Kern) – 3:39


  • John Fahey – guitar
  • Chris Darrow – guitar, fiddle
  • Joel Druckman – double bass
  • Dick Cary – piano, horn
  • Joe Darensbourg – clarinet
  • Jack Feierman – trumpet
  • Peter Jameson – guitar
  • John Rotella – saxophone
  • Allen Reuse – banjo, mandolin, ukulele
  • Britt Woodman – trombone

Production notes

  • John Fahey – producer
  • Denny Bruce – producer
  • Jack Feierman – arranger
  • Doug Decker – engineer
  • Richie Unterberger – reissue liner notes
  • Sherman Weisburg – photography


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