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The Return Of Folk Musician Bill Fay

English folk musician Bill Fay put out only two LPs back in the early 1970s and then seemed to disappear from the music scene altogether. But his music created a cult-like following among artists like Jeff Tweedy, Jim O'Rourke and Will Sheff. Fay is now in his 60s, and back with a new record Weekend Edition Sunday guest host Linda Wertheimer sat down to talk with the singer-songwriter.
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