Band Name Bill Fay. Album Name Time of the Last Persecution. 7. Laughing Man. 8. Inside the Keepers Pantry. 9. Tell It Like It Is. 10. Plan D. 11. Pictures of Adolf Again. 12. Time of the Last Persecution. 13. Come a Day. 14. Let All the Other Teddies Know.
Bill Fay (1970)Bill Fay1970. Time of the Last Persecution (1971). From the Bottom of an Old Grandfather Clock (2004)From the Bottom of an Old Grandfather Clock2004. Time of the Last Persecution was the second album of progressive folk singer Bill Fay. Released in 1971, the album was influenced by the Biblical books of Daniel and Revelation. The album was re-released in 2005 with bonus tracks.
Bill Fay . Album: Time of the Last Persecution. Plus Bill Fay. All about Bill Fay. More lyrics. only publishes for promotional use and/or for press use images, as delivered and/or authorized by record labels, press offices, promotional agencies; only resorts to degraded images as part of its information feed. 2. The Sun Is Bored. Bill Fay. 3. We Want You to Stay. 4. Narrow Way. 5. We Have Laid Here. 6. Sing Us One Your Songs May. Gentle Willie.
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. Neither records sold well and Decca decided to end Bill’s contract shortly after the release of Time Of The Last Persecution. Bill had returned to the studio in the late 70s, but these sessions weren't released until January 2005 through Durtro/Jnana records as Tomorrow Tomorrow and Tomorrow under the moniker of the Bill Fay Group. In 2004 Wooden Hill records released From the Bottom of an Old Grandfather Clock, a collection of demos recorded between 1966 and 1970, plus one song recorded in 2000.