John Fahey :: The Zabriskie Point Tapes

For his 1970 counterculture headtrip epic, Zabriskie Point, Italian auteur Michelangelo Antonioni had an inspired idea. He'd hire American Primitive pioneer John Fahey to supply (at least part of) the soundtrack. Things didn't quite work out according to plan, however.

Here's the scoop from Fahey himself, from an interview with Byron Coley at Perfect Sound Forever.

“Antonioni says, ‘What I want . . .

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