Bill Fay
Genres:
Folk, Pop/Rock
Meta styles:
Contemporary Folk, Folk/Country Rock, Psychedelic/Garage, Singer/Songwriter
Styles:
British Folk-Rock, Folk-Rock, Progressive Folk, Psychedelic/Garage

Bill Fay is a singer-songwriter and pianist from London. Fay began writing songs in the early 1960s while attending university and in 1966 cut a demo using a mobile studio belonging to a man named John Boden. Impressed by the demo, ex-Them drummer Terry Noon helped Bill to sign a recording contract with Decca. In 1967 the label released the single "Some Good Advice"/"Screams In The Ears", produced by early Donovan co-manager Peter Eden. The single "introduced [Fay's] characteristic downbeat melodies and scrambled impressionistic lyrics", according to allmusic reviewer Richie Unterberger.

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Who Is The Sender?

Who Is The Sender?

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Year:
2015
Tracks:
13
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Life Is People

Life Is People

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Year:
2012
Tracks:
12
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252 kbps
Still Some Light CD2

Still Some Light CD2

Year:
2010
Tracks:
26
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221 kbps
Still Some Light CD1

Still Some Light CD1

Year:
2010
Tracks:
17
Bitrate:
219 kbps
From The Bottom Of An Old Grandfather Clock

From The Bottom Of An Old Grandfather Clock

Year:
2004
Tracks:
25
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320 kbps
Time Of The Last Persecution (Remastered 2005)

Time Of The Last Persecution (Remastered 2005)

Year:
1971
Tracks:
14
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320 kbps
Bill Fay (Remastered 2005)

Bill Fay (Remastered 2005)

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Year:
1970
Tracks:
15
Bitrate:
286 kbps
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