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Harry Taussig - Fate Is Only Once mp3

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Interprète: Harry Taussig
Titre: Fate Is Only Once
Pays: US
Publié sur: 1965
Style: Country Blues, Folk
Catégorie: Blues / Folk
Classement: 4.6
Catalogue #: TM-1001
Label: Talisman Records


1National Ragtime Stomp1:55
2Monte's Blues1:35
3Baby Let Me Lay It On You / That'll Never Happen No More
Written-By – Gary Davis
4Blues For Zone VII3:23
5St. Louis Tickle
Written-By – Traditional
6R. R. Bill & Co.
Written-By – Traditional
7Fate Is Only Once5:55
8Rondo To Death3:18
9Rev's Rag
Written-By – Traditional
10Dorian Sonata6:00
11Dark Town Strutters Ball
Written-By – Shelton Brooks
12Sugar Babe, Your Papa Cares For You
Written-By – Elizabeth Cotton


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TSQ1523Harry Taussig Fate Is Only Once ‎(CD, Album, RE)Tompkins SquareTSQ1523US2006
900892Harry Taussig Fate Is Only Once ‎(LP, RE)Vinyl Lovers9008922010
TSQ2042Harry Taussig Fate Is Only Once ‎(LP, Album, Mono, RE)Tompkins SquareTSQ2042US2008


  • Artwork By [Cover Design] – TRC
  • EngineerBob Stone , Ken Raines
  • Guitar, Arranged By, Adapted ByHarry Taussig
  • Liner NotesDon Garwood
  • Photography [Cover] – John Upton
  • ProducerBob Stone


Subtitled: "and other blues, ragtime, and fingerpicking tunes"

Studio Re-Recording: Custom Fidelity Company, Pasadena



Fate Is Only Once - Harry Taussig. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Harry Taussig. Fate Is Only Once. Harry Taussig's sole, rare album of acoustic guitar instrumentals, issued as a privately pressed LP in 1965, cannot fail to invite comparisons to John Fahey as well as to other guitarists of the era who've been compared to Fahey, like Robbie Basho. Fate Is Only Twice - Harry Taussig. Harry Arthur Taussig alternately appearing as Harry Taussig, Arthur Taussig, or H. Arthur Taussig, born March 31, 1941 is an American physicist, biochemist, collage artist, photographer, film analyst, author, academic, and fingerstyle guitarist. In 1965 he recorded his first solo album, Fate is Only Once, under the name Harry Taussig. Played in a single 45-minute take, the record is partially improvised and, according to Taussig, full of mistakes. Issued on a private label, few copies of the original record existed, making it a collectors item for fans of American primitive guitar and fingerstyle guitar. Blues For Zone VII, 03:22. Rondo To Death, 03:20. Authorization is only required to store your personal settings. I have read and agree with the Terms & Privacy. Login with. Love this track. From The Album. Play album. Harry Arthur Taussig born March 31, 1941 is an American fingerstyle guitarist, academic, physicist, biochemist, collage artist, photographer, film analyst and author. Taussig was born and raised in Los Angeles and attended school in Eagle Rock, California. In 1963 he graduated with a BS in physics from the University of California, Berkeley, where he also studied anthropology and music history. Fate Is Only Once is ranked 63,830th in the overall chart, 3,621st in the 1960s, and 340th in the year 1965. Fate Is Only Once by Harry Taussig Year: 1965 Overall rank: 63,830th. Average Rating: 74100 from 5 votes. As far as records go, Harry Taussig's Fate Is Only Once is about as rare as they come. Recorded in 1965 as a short-run private pressing, this is Taussig's only full-length recording, which has not been previously re-released. Thus Fate Is Only Once has been a long sought after collectible for folk guitar enthusiasts, most of whom by necessity will forever remain empty handed. That is, unless they can be placated by this CD release of Fate Is Only Once by Tompkins Square. It's a terrific album of unassuming folk tunes that deserved to be resuscitated. Taussig's style is nimb. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist Sample. This album is a good representative from those early years when acoustic steel-string guitar got established as an art form in than accompanying more or less phony folk-songs. and as stated above I find it as an early missing link between Takoma and Kicking Mule. And considered 1965 and all that stuff the remastering is well done so the sound quality is surpisingly good. The only other work by Taussig was a track on Takomas influential Contemporary Guitar Spring 67 album, which also featured Fahey, Robbie Basho, Max Ochs, and bluesman Bukka White. Dorian Sonata, from Fate Is Only Once, was featured on Tompkins Squares wonderful compilation of steel-string instrumentalists old and new, Imaginational Anthem Vol. Now the label had excavated the 65 solo LP. It sounds like several different acoustics were used, including, no doubt, Harrys 1923 Martin and also a nice, floppy-sounding 12-string