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Womblife Studio album by John Fahey Released August 12, 1997 Recorded 1996 Genre Experimental, Avante-garde Length 45:29 Label Table of the Elements Producer Jim O'Rourke, John Fahey John Fahey chronology The Mill Pond (1997) Womblife (1997) The Epiphany of Glenn Jones (1997) Womblife is an album by American fingerstyle guitarist and composer John Fahey, released in 1997. It was one of three releases by Fahey that year. Contents 1 History 2 Reception 3 Reissues 4 Track listing 5 Personnel 6 References 7 External links // History Womblife continues John Fahey's career resurgence, again bearing minimal resemblance to his earliest work. It incorporates sound collages and experimental music. Working with Jim O’Rourke, Fahey taped Womblife in the younger musician’s bedroom. O'Rourke has been long associated with the experimental and improv scene, frequently citing Fahey as an influence on his work. Echo, loops and samples along with guitar are used in musique concrète, a style Fahey used as far back as 1968's Requia.[1] Reception  Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [2] Hollow Ear (not rated) [3] Womblife was one of three releases by John Fahey in 1997. All three (including the album City of Refuge and the EP The Mill Pond) were experimental and avante-garde and were unexpected by his long-time fan base. Music critic Brian Olewnick of Allmusic highly recommended the release, started his review with "This is not your father's John Fahey.", calling it "...one of the more overtly experimental albums in the Fahey catalog and also one of the most fascinatingly beautiful."[2] Steve Taylor of Hollow Ear said of it, "This is one of the most dangerous sounding acoustic guitar recordings you are likely to encounter" and "the sound of it is cold, dark and hellish.", "raw and unpleasantly intoxicating".[3] Both critics cite "Juana" as a more conventional track. Richard Gehr referred to it as "echoing", an ".. innovative electric album...".[4] Stewart Voegtlin of Stylus Magazine called it "... a complex record that marries musique concrete to bottleneck blues. It doesn’t always work: one often strains to hear the guitar over the invasive din."[5] Reissues All of Womblife was reissued on the Table of the Elements 2006 compilation release Sea Changes & Coelacanths: A Young Person's Guide to John Fahey. Track listing All songs by John Fahey. "Sharks" – 9:20 "Planaria" – 9:54 "Eels" – 6:13 "Coelacanths" – 7:28 "Juana" – 12:34 Personnel John Fahey – guitar, tapes Production notes: Jim O'Rourke – producer Jeff Hunt – artwork, design Susan Archie – artwork Bettina Herzner – photography References ^ Taylor, Derek (December 2006). "Review: Sea Changes & Coelacanths: A Young Person’s Guide to John Fahey". Dusted Magazine. http://www.dustedmagazine.com/reviews/3292. Retrieved April 5, 2010.  ^ a b Olewnick, Brian. "Review: Womblife". Allmusic. http://www.allmusic.com/album/r312322. Retrieved April 6, 2010.  ^ a b Taylor, Steve. "Review: Womblife". Hollow Ear. http://www.hear.com/hollowear/feature/reviews.html#fahey. Retrieved April 6, 2010.  ^ Gehr, Richard. "Tormented Genius John Fahey had Rekindled Creative Fire". VH1. http://www.vh1.com/artists/news/1440912/20010223/fahey_john.jhtml. Retrieved March 29, 2009.  ^ Voegtlin, Stewart (February 2002). "Review: Sea Changes & Coelacanths: A Young Person’s Guide to John Fahey". Stylus Magazine. http://www.stylusmagazine.com/reviews/john-fahey/sea-changes-coelacanths-a-young-persons-guide-to-john-fahey.htm.  External links Of Rivers and Revision: John Fahey and Cul de Sac v • d • e John Fahey Studio albums Blind Joe Death  · Death Chants, Breakdowns & Military Waltzes  · The Dance of Death & Other Plantation Favorites  · The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death  · The Great San Bernardino Birthday Party & Other Excursions  · Days Have Gone By  · The Voice of the Turtle  · Requia  · The Yellow Princess  · The New Possibility  · America  · Of Rivers and Religion  · After the Ball  · Fare Forward Voyagers (Soldier's Choice)  · Old Fashioned Love  · Christmas with John Fahey Vol. II  · John Fahey Visits Washington D.C.  · Yes! Jesus Loves Me  · Railroad  · Let Go  · Popular Songs For Christmas and the New Year  · Rain Forests, Oceans and Other Themes  · I Remember Blind Joe Death  · God, Time and Causality  · Old Girlfriends and Other Horrible Memories  · City of Refuge  · Womblife  · Hitomi  · Red Cross 78s and EPs The Fonotone Sessions  · Double 78  · The Mill Pond Live albums Live in Tasmania  · Georgia Stomps, Atlanta Struts and Other Contemporary Dance Favorites  · The Great Santa Barbara Oil Slick  · On Air Collaborations The Epiphany of Glenn Jones  · John Fahey Trio KBOO  · John Fahey Trio, Vol. One Compilations The Early Sessions  · The Essential John Fahey  · Leo Kottke, John Fahey & Peter Lang  · The Best of John Fahey 1959–1977  · The Return of the Repressed: The John Fahey Anthology  · The Legend of Blind Joe Death  · The Best of the Vanguard Years  · The Best of John Fahey, Vol. 2: 1964–1983  · Sea Changes & Coelacanths: A Young Person's Guide to John Fahey  · Vanguard Visionaries  · Twilight on Prince Georges Avenue: Essential Recordings Tribute albums A Tribute to John Fahey  · I Am the Resurrection: A Tribute to John Fahey  · Friends of Fahey Tribute  · The Revenge of Blind Joe Death: The John Fahey Tribute Album  · The Great Koonaklaster Speaks: A John Fahey Celebration Related articles Discography  · American Primitivism  · Takoma Records  · Revenant Records  · Anthology of American Folk Music, Vol. 4  · Screamin' and Hollerin' the Blues: The Worlds of Charley Patton