Fahey's nearly impossible-to-pigeonhole legacy is claimed by folkies, hippies, experimental noisemakers and even the New Age movement. This last association can be heard on the guitarist's '80s releases such as Live in Tasmania. During this essentially impromptu concert, Fahey weaves folk, blues, jazz and classical into brilliant patterns. Yet they're cleaner and more refined than his works from a decade earlier. Their gentle vibes would sound right at home in a shop hawking healing crystals.