Bill Fay (album)

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Bill Fay
Studio album by Bill Fay
Released 1970
Genre Progressive folk
Length 40:27
Label Deram Records
Producer Peter Arden & Bill Fay
Bill Fay chronology
Bill Fay
(1970)
Time of the Last Persecution
(1971)

Bill Fay was the debut album of progressive folk singer Bill Fay released in 1970, by Deram Records. The album was re-released in 2005 with the addition of the 1967 single "Some Good Advice" and its b-side "Screams in the Ears". The album cover features a photograph of Fay stood in water beside a lake in Hyde Park.[1]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Bill Fay. 

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Garden Song"     3:13
2. "The Sun is Bored"     2:32
3. "We Want You To Stay"     3:33
4. "Narrow Way"     2:48
5. "We Have Laid Here"     2:28
6. "Sing Us One Your Songs May"     2:50
7. "Gentle Willie"     3:15
8. "Methane River"     2:57
9. "The Room"     1:57
10. "Goodnight Stan"     2:05
11. "Cannons Plain"     2:26
12. "Be Not So Fearful"     2:46
13. "Down To The Bridge"     1:56
2005 Electra re-issue bonus tracks
No. Title Length
14. "Screams In The Ears"   3:23
15. "Some Good Advice"   2:21

References[edit]

  1. ^ Honeybourne, Ray (17 August 2012). "Bill Fay - Life Is People". The Line of Best Fit. Retrieved 13 March 2015.