Bill Fay

By Marcus Kagler

Bill Fay’s peculiar brand of folk rock was largely ignored during the English singer/songwriter’s late ’60s heyday. Fay released two albums in the early 1970s, both of which were labeled Dylan knock-offs due to their meandering poetic verses and arrangements. Yet underneath the surface of Fay’s acoustic folk was an artist who wasn’t attempting to emulate Bob Dylan, but instead build upon the frame work of Dylan’s folk songs. Fay added screwy jazz structures, rock discord and obtuse poetics that were a smidge “freak folk” for late ’60s... Read More

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