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Your Past Comes Back to Haunt You, Vol. 1

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Interview With John Fahey On Fonotone Records and Joe Bussard
2:59
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Franklin Blues
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Smoketown Strut
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Steel Guitar Rag
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Takoma Park Pool Hall Blues
3:32
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Buck Dancer’s Choice
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Medley: Pretty Polly / Shortnin’ Bread
3:41
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Barbara Namkin Blues
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In Christ There Is No East Or West
3:57
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Stak 'o Lee Blues [Louis Collins]
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The Transcendental Waterfall
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John Henry
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Over The Hill Blues
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St. Louis Blues
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On Doing an Evil Deed Blues
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Reinumeration Blues
2:08
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The Transcendental Waterfall
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Mississippi Boweavil Blues
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Green River Blues
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Over the Hill Blues
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Libba’s Rag
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Chris’s Rag
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