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Days Have Gone By
Studio album by John Fahey
Released 1967
Recorded 1967 at Sierra Sound Laboratories, Berkeley, CA and Los Angeles, CA
Genre Folk
Label Takoma
Producer John Fahey
Professional reviews
John Fahey chronology
The Great San Bernardino Birthday Party & Other Excursions
(1966)
Days Have Gone By
(1967)
The Voice of the Turtle
(1968)

Days Have Gone By is an album by American fingerstyle guitarist and composer John Fahey, released in 1967. The cover labels the album Volume 6 while it was preceded in 1966 by The Great San Bernardino Birthday Party which is labeled Guitar Vol. 4.

"The Portland Cement Factory at Monolith, California," was covered by Cul de Sac on their album Ecim.

Days Have Gone By was reissued on CD in 2001 by Takoma Records.

Track listing

All songs credited to John Fahey unless otherwise noted.

  1. "The Revolt of the Dyke Brigade" – 2:40
  2. "Impressions of Susan" – 5:08
  3. "Joe Kirby Blues" – 3:12
  4. "Night Train of Valhalla" – 2:17
  5. "The Portland Cement Factory at Monolith, California" – 4:26
  6. "A Raga Called Pat, Pt. 1" – 6:25
  7. "A Raga Called Pat, Pt. 2" – 8:13
  8. "My Shepherd Will Supply My Needs" – 8:52
  9. "My Grandfather's Clock" (Henry Clay Work, Traditional) – 1:31
  10. "Days Have Gone By" – 2:54
  11. "We Would Be Building" (Jean Sibelius) – 1:57

Personnel

  • John Fahey – guitar
  • R. Grubbert Gardner – guitar (on "My Grandfather's Clock")

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