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Finding Aid for the Lou Curtiss San Diego Folk Festival Collection 1962-1987
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Item 2007.04sdff034

4th San Diego Folk Festival

Performer: Thomas Shaw, Jack Tempchin

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Tom Shaw: Dr. King / I Just Can't Keep From Crying / Motherless Children / Amazing Grace / Blues Instrumental / I Believe My Time Is Long / Guitar Boogie / Going To The River, Gonna Walk Down By The Sea / Howlin' Wolf Song / I Don't Want No Woman If Her Hair Ain't No Longer Than Mine / Rock My Baby Back Home /Side 2: Jack Tempchin: Still Waters Run Deep / Harmonica Tune "Hole In The Donut" / Eat Some Food, Watch TV / Hello /
Item 2007.04sdff062

Fresno Folk Festival: Pierce's Park, Sanger, California c. 1970

Performer: Merritt & Suzanne Herring, Will Spires, Holly Tannen, Kenny Hall, Andy & Martin , Debby McClatchy, Janet Smith

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Ballad - As The Tailor Rowed O'er The Lee / Treat My Daughter Kindly / Dough-Re-Mi / Columbus Stockade Blues / In The Dreary Black Hills / Eighth of January (Kenny Hall) / Irish Fiddle Tune / Irish Fiddle Tune / Peeler Creek Waltz / Dance All Night With A Bottle In Your Hand / Hob Dye / Several Fiddle Tunes, with 2 or 3 fiddles / Dixie / Side 1, Track B: Scottish Pipe Tunes on Mandolin - Kenny Hall / Fiddle Tune medley / Cherokee Shuffle - mandolin / Fisher's Hornpipe / Billy In The Lowground / Cotton Eyed Joe / Fiddle Tune - dulcimer and mandolin / Old Molly Hare - dulcimer and mandolin / We Are Stardust / Follow Me / If You Could Read My Mind / Help Me Make It Through The Night / Cripple Creek / Foggy Mountain Breakdown / Side 2, Track A: Monogahela Sal / Apples In Winter / The Unfortunate Rake and The Ship In Full Sail (2 jigs on penny whistle) / If I Died An Old Maid In The Garrett / I Wish I Was In Sweet Alow / Generation Gap Blues / The Mississippi Moon / The Wind Has Changed Its Way / I Want To Go To The County / His Old Gray Beard Kept Waggin' / The Bold Tailor Rode Prancing Away / Side 2, Track B: Janet Smith: Sweet Pappa / Lord Bateman / I'm A One Man Woman / Hymn - a capella / Katy Nora and another dulcimer tune / Fiddle Tune / Burnam Town / Morning Dew / Bonnie Black Hair / Irish Fiddling / Bonnie Boys / Kenny Hall: Bagpipe tunes on mandolin /
 

Series 1. San Diego Folk Festivals 1967-1975

 

Subseries 1. 1st San Diego Folk Festival April 19-21, 1967

Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff020

1st San Diego Folk Festival - Concert Recording at San Diego State College May 13, 1967

Performer: Gil Turner, Stu Jamieson, The Possum Hunters, Sam Hinton, Kathy Larisch & Carol McComb, Sandy & Jeanie Darlington
Physical Description: sound tape reels : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in.

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Gil Turner: If I Had It All To Do Over (I'd Do It All Over You) / Talkin' Newspaper Strike Blues / The Devil's Baptizing / Ballad Of Benny Perez / Woody Guthrie song - Lover's Lament, War Took My Love Away / I Rode A White Rainbow To The City Of Love / Carry It On / This World / Stu Jamieson: Trouble On My Mind / Little Birdie / Sam Hinton: Fi Diddle-I Diddle-I Fi (The Farmer's Wife) / Billy Grimes The Drover / For His Name Was Johnathan Smith / Old Brian O'Lynn / The Old Woman and The Bull Tinker / The Harvest Home (penny whistle) / The Liverpool Hornpipe (harmonica) / Haste To The Wedding / Muleskinner Blues / It's A Long Way From Amphioxis / Arkansas Traveler (playing guitar with harmonica in his mouth) / Was You Ever In Rio Grande (capstan sea shanty, with concertina) / Kathy and Carol: The Swallow Song / George Riley / Kathy and Carol: Sad And Lonesome Day / Crazy Arms / Composition by Kathy Larisch, with Curt Bouterse on recorder / Side 2: Stu Jamieson: Little Birdie / Georgie Buck / Roll On John, Roll On Buddy / The Blue Goose / The Possum Hunters: Soldier's Hornpipe / Walkin' Boss / Otto Wood, The Bandit / Wild Bill Jones / Peter And I Went Fishing / Lazy Farmer Boy / Death On The Highway / Kathy and Carol: John Of Hazel Green / Sandy and Jeanie Darlington: Lay Down Your Weary Tune / I Ain't Gonna Work Tomorrow / The Lion and the Bird / Warm Cafe / Green Sky / Story About The Drug Scare / Who Doped My Dairy Queen? / Closing Time (Little Jimmy Dickens)
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff021

1st San Diego Folk Festival - Workshops: Old Time Banjo, String Bands, Fiddle / Bagpipes / Dulcimer / Vocal Styles May 13, 1967

Performer: Stu Jamieson, Curt Bouterse, Sandy and Jeannie Darlington, Sam Hinton, Pam Ostergram, Dave Polechek, Paul Wickum, John Rosenberger,
Physical Description: sound tape reels : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in.

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Banjo Workshop: Stu Jamieson, Pam Ostergram, Dave Polechek, Paul Wickum, etc. Origins of the Banjo / Darlin' Corey / Boston Burgler - quarter tones / alternate tunings, Sawmill Tuning / Frailing example / hammer-on and pull-off example, 8th of January / Paddy On The Turnpike / Staying To The Tune - banjo is a rhythm instrument / Reverse frailing or chopping or still hand picking / Modern styles / Snow Drop - double thumbing / Soldier's Joy / The Danville Girl / Rambling Hobo / Fiddle & String Band Workshop: Tim Smith, Jamie Wick, Pam Ostergram, Doug McGee: Soldier's Joy / Poor Ellen Smith / Fiddle and Banjo Tune / Old Molly Hare / Turkey In The Straw / Bull At The Wagon (Texas style) / Charles Guitaw / Ragtime Guitar example / Deep Ellen Blues / Bury Me Beneath The Willow / Bluegrass Tune / Lover Please Come Home / Guitar Picking Piece / Another Instrumental / John Henry (Back Picking) / Side 2: Fiddle, Bagpipes, & Dulcimer Workshop: John Rosenberger, piper. Bonaparte's Retreat (2 fiddles) / Southern Hoedown (cross tuning) / Appalachian Dulcimer - Bonaparte's Retreat / Mississippi Sawyers / Haste To The Wedding / Vocal Styles Workshop: Curt Bouterse, Sam Hinton, Stu Jamieson, Sandy and Jeannie Darlington. Lengthy discussion about "singing styles" by Sam Hinton / Discussion by Stu Jamieson about dance styles and instrumental styles influencing vocal styles / Curt Bouterse following up with a Roscoe Holcomb song "I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow" / The Darlingtons and "Lonesome Pine Special" / Darlingtons and "Sweetheart of Mine" (Bill Monroe song) / More extended discussions about vocal styles including some profound observations by Sam Hinton /
 

Subseries 2. 2nd San Diego Folk Festival April, 1968

Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff022

2nd San Diego Folk Festival -Friday Night Concert April 19, 1968

Performer: Sam Hinton, Curt Bouterse, Carol McComb, Hank Bradley, Larry Hanks
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sam Hinton: You Wonder Why I'm A Hobo / A-Beggin' I Will Go / A "Child" Ballad, The Bonnie Clerk / Come To The Bower / The Rivers of Texas / The Boll Weevil / No More (Spiritual) / Old Bill / Hang Me, Oh Hang Me / The Klune Hornpipe / The Downfall of Paris / Till I Hit Old Arkansas / Talking Atoming Blues / Curt Bouterse and Carol McComb (end): Lady of Carlisle / I Only Want A Buddy For A Sweetheart / Bound For Canaan (Shape Note Song) / announcements for next 2 days' concerts / Larry Hanks: Railroading On The Great Divide / The Cowboy Camp Cook / Iron Pants Pete / Boston Burgler / Jew's Harp - Sally Gooden & The Devil and the Farmer's Wife / Side 2: Hank Bradley: The Duke / Baseball / Tilden Park / Fiddle Tune / Rickett's Hornpipe / Yellow Gal / Chinese New Year / Jose, Appliance Healer / Getting Out Of Fresno / How I Got Started - A Buzzard Named Paul / Hank Bradley: Farmland Blues / Curt Bouterse and Carol McComb: Mississippi Sawyer / 2 Hammer Dulcimer Tunes / Christ Was Born In Bethlehem & Water Bound And I Can't Come Home / My Love Said To Me / Fiddle & Banjo tune / Got Sweet Heaven In My View / Suzanne /

Note

Tapes 22 - 26 are the orginal acetate recordings which were dubbed shortly after being made onto mylar reels when Lou Curtiss noticed the tape was not very good. These tapes played OK, but are souring with a vinegary smell. The dubs are also included in the collection, but only segments were digitized.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff023

2nd San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night and Saturday Night Concerts April 19 & 20, 1968

Performer: Jean Redpath, Cathy Larisch, Carol McComb, Hank Bradley, Larry Hanks, Guy Carawan, Mitch Greenhill
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Larry Hanks: The Rambler / The Girl I Once Did Own / A Picture From Life's Other Side / Apple Picker's Reel / Guy Carawan: Don't You Push Me Down / Tickle, Tickle, Tickle / Why, Tell Me Why / I Am A Big Boy Now / Old Joe Clark - Eyes Are Blue, Cheeks Are Red - Old Joe Clark / All Here? (Bessie Jones song) / Another Version / Green Rocky Road / Merritt Herring: When My Savior Reached Down For Me / Bottle of Wine, Fruit of the Vice / All For Me Grog / No, Nay, Never / Jean Redpath: / When Like The Dawning Day / Off I Went With Me Body In The Bag / Tinker Song & Story "Goodbye To The 30 Foot Trailer" by Ewan McColl / Wee Wee / The Wee Crooden Doo / Side 2: Guy Carawan (with Candie): St. John Island Story / Barney McCay, Doodlie-Doo and Soo Boy (Chip On The Old Block) / Oh You Are A Mucky Kid / I've Been On This Road So Long / Ain't You Got A Right To The Tree Of Life? / Merritt Herring: Satisfied Mind / Hobo Bill's Last Ride / Don't Slip Some Lillies In My Hand / Johnson and Dixon / Down Derry, Down / Write Me A Picture / Jean Redpath: Oh They're Tearing' Down The Building Next To Yours / The Song of the Seals / Mitch Greenhill: I Love To see You Stand That Way / Guitar Waltz / There Ain't No Instant Replay In The Football Game Of Life / The Kind of Jazz (story with ragtime guitar) / Hesitating Blues / What Do You Expect To Learn From My Mouth?

Note

Tapes 22 - 26 are the orginal acetate recordings which were dubbed shortly after being made onto mylar reels when Lou Curtiss noticed the tape was not very good. These tapes played OK, but are souring with a vinagary smell. The dubs are also included in the collection, but only segments were digitized.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff024

2nd San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night and Sunday Concert April 20-21, 1968

Performer: Jean Redpath, Sam Hinton, Mitch Greenhill, Ray Bierl & Mayne Smith, The Possum Hunters
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Ray Bierl, Mayne Smith: They May Not Like My Style, Boys, But They'll Know Who I Am / Possum Hunters: Bill Cheatum / The Devil and the Farmer's Wife / Chickens Are Crowing On Sourwood Mountain / Down In Arkansas / In The Pines / Tough Luck / The Lowlands of Holland / Sam Hinton: Bonaparte's Retreat / Cajun Two Step / The Harvest Home (Cincinnati Hornpipe) / Sourwood Mountain / Starving To Death On A Government Claim / It's A Garbage Dump / Jean Redpath: My Sweet Willy / Kit Dol Rimple / The Feif Overgate / Love Is Teasin' / The Pretty Little Rat Catcher's Daughter / Side 2: Mitch Greenhill: Everything Will Be Alright My Friend / Ray Bierl & Mayne Smith: I Like It / Blue Mountain / There's A Dark Journey Ahead / Your Cheatin' Heart / If You Lose Your Nerve / Talkin' Folksinger Blues / Let The Good Love Flow / / Let The Good Love Flow - take 2 / Possum Hunters (closing number): Old Joe Clark / Goodnight speech – end of Saturday Concert / Start of Sunday Concert: Sam Hinton: As Drunk As I Could Be / Brian O'Lynn / Saint James Infirmary / As I Walked Down By Saint James Hospital / Streets of Laredo / Nora McShane / Capture of Major Andrey - Song of traitor Benedict Arnold / Nobody Knows I'm A Damn Yankee Lad / The Eagle's Whistle / Lullabye /

Note

Tapes 22 - 26 are the orginal acetate recordings which were dubbed shortly after being made onto mylar reels when Lou Curtiss noticed the tape was not very good. These tapes played OK, but are souring with a vinegary smell. The dubs are also included in the collection, but only segments were digitized.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff025

2nd San Diego Folk Festival - Sunday Concert, Part 2 April 21, 1968

Performer: Jean Redpath, Sam Hinton, Mitch Greenhill, Ray Bierl & Mayne Smith, The Possum Hunters
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sunday Concert, Pt. 2. Jean Ritchie: Tinker Song "The Beggin' Tongue" / The Iona Boat Song / Lilting Songs (Nonsense Syllables) / Straspthey, Reel, & Schottische "The Brown Cow Has Gotten Out" (Mouth Music) / The Song of the Seals / Kathy & Carol: Where Gentle Tides Go Rolling By (Richard Farina) / George Riley / Sunday Concert: Stu Jamieson, Bill Cunningham, and Tom Luke: Civil War Fiddle Tune (All Around The Mountain) / Katie Dear / Afro-American String Band Tune (Song of the Pateroler) / Rake And Rambling Boy / The Little Devil or The Devil and The Farmer's Wife / Side 2: Kathy and Carol: The Unquiet Grave / Kissin' Is A Crime / Claude Allen (with Hank Bradley, fiddle) / Lady Jane (instrumental) / Let It Be (with Curt Bouterse) / Gold Watch And Chain / Stu Jamieson, Tom and Bill (banjo, fiddle and guitar): Breakdown Instrumental / Stu, Tom and Bill: Big John Henry / Old Hen Cackle / The Storms Are On The Oceans / Goodbye Speech and Thank You
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff025a

2nd San Diego Folk Festival - Partial dub of original reels 22-25 April 19 and 20, 1968

Performer: Hank Bradley, Sam Hinton, etc. Curt and Carol, Larry Hanks, Guy Caravan
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Part 1 of 2 dubbed reels of original tapes 22-25; incomplete dubbed coverage of original recorded material
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff025b

2nd San Diego Folk Festival - Partial dub of original reels 22-25 April 19 and 20, 1968

Performer: Stu, Bill and Tom, Kathy and Carol
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Part 2 of 2 dubbed reels of original tapes 22-25; incomplete dubbed coverage of original recorded material
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff026

2nd San Diego Folk Festival -Harmony Workshop and Guitar Workshop April 21, 1968

Performer: Merle Travis, Carol McComb, Curt Bouterse, Larry Hanks, Mitch Greenhill, Doug McGee, Ray Bierl
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Harmony Workshop: Carol McComb, Curt Bouterse, Larry Hanks: Intervals, Overtones and Such / 3 Blind Mice (parallel voices, etc.) / Gold Watch And Chain / Got Sweet Heaven In My View / Country Guitar Workshop: Merle Travis, Mitch Greenhill, Doug McKee, Ray Bierl: G-Modal Banjo tuning on guitar - The Coo Coo / Strumming, Rhythm Guitar - Barbry Allen / Poor Wayfaring Stranger / Mitch Greenhill: Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia / Merle Travis: Cannonball Rag / Guitar Blues / Wildwood Flower / Dill Pickle Rag / Saturday Night Shuffle / Nine Pound Hammer / Bury Me Beneath The Willow / Tennessee Waltz / Soldier's Joy / Rag Time Tune / Cannonball Blues / Stories from Merle Travis about Chet Atkins, Riley Puckett, Gene Autry, etc. / Demonstration of Travis Picking Style / Billy In The Low Ground / Bicycle Built For Two - Waltz Time Picking / A 5-4 Guitar Tune by Mitch Greenhill

Note

Tapes 22 - 26 are the orginal acetate recordings which were dubbed shortly after being made onto mylar reels when Lou Curtiss noticed the tape was not very good. These tapes played OK, but are souring with a vinegary smell. The dubs are also included in the collection, but only segments were digitized.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff027

2nd San Diego Folk Festival - Collecting Workshop April 20, 1968

Performer: Sam Hinton (Moderator), Jeanne Redpath, Guy Carawan.
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Collecting Workshop: Discussion about portable tape recorders, tape, current technology, etc. / Barely audible discussion by Jean Redpath / Guy Carawan's discussion about recognizing the value of ordinary people (very audible) / Further discussion, including from the audience, about exploitation, scholarship, indigenous cultures, etc. / Discussion moves to topics of profit, ownership, and copyright.

Note

A very interesting discussion about collecting folk music, about equipment and technology, anecdotes, and the philosophy of valuing ordinary people. Final discussion about profit, ownership and copyright is thought-provoking.
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff028

2nd San Diego Folk Festival - Dub of Tapes #23 & 24 April 20, 1968

Performer: Jean Redpath, The Possum Hunters, Ray Bierle and Mayne Smith.
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Ray Bierl & Mayne Smith: Talkin' Folksinger Blues / Let The Good Love Flow / They May Not Like My Style, Boys, But They'll Know Who I Am / Possum Hunters: Bill Cheatum / The Devil and the Farmer's Wife / Chickens Are Crowing On Sourwood Mountain / Down In Arkansas / In The Pines / Tough Luck / The Lowlands of Holland/ Old Joe Clark / Jean Redpath: When Like The Dawning Day / Off I Went With Me Body In The Bad / Tinker Song & Story "Goodbye To The 30 Foot Trailer" by Ewan McColl / Wee Wee / The Wee Crooden Doo / Oh, They're Tearin' Down The Building Next Yours / Song of the Seals

Note

Parts of Tapes 22-26 exhibit squeal and wow, especially #24. This tape is a contemporary dub made by Lou Curtiss shortly after original tape was made.
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff029

2nd San Diego Folk Festival - Ballad Workshop April 19-21, 1968

Performer: Sam Hinton, Jean Ritchie, Ray Bierle, Larry Hanks, Merritt Herring, Carol McComb, Kathy Larisch
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Intro by Sam Hinton / Jean Ritchie on Scottish Ballads - "The Bonnie Boy" / Transmission from British Isles to America / Kathy and Carol - Pretty Polly and William / Another version of Pretty Polly by Merritt Herring / On The Banks of Red Roses - Jean Ritchie / Another brief snippet from Sam / Lady Isabel - thematic source / Lady Margaret / Ballad, "Merry Green Land", antecedent to 'Storms Are On The Ocean' / Rattlesnake Mountain by Sam / Way Out In New Mexico (Larry Hanks) / The Gypsy Davy, etc. - Jean / The Gypsy Rover - Merritt / Another variant - Jean / Woody Guthrie's version of Gypsy Davy / Winsome Johnny / Red Petticoats - Jean / unaccompanied ballads / There Was A Wealthy Old Farmer / Claude Allen - Kathy & Carol / Branded The Devil / The Devil's Nine Questions / There Was An Old Rich Farmer /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff030

2nd San Diego Folk Festival - Old Time Music Workshop April 19-21, 1968

Performer: Stu Jamieson, Hank Bradley, Carol McComb, Possum Hunters, Tom Luke, Doug McKee
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Old Time Music Workshop: Bill Cheatum - Hank Bradley / Long Bow fiddling - Bonaparte's Retreat / Voice with Fiddle - Poor Ellen Smith / The banjo is added - Three Things I Wish For / Lady Day / Parallel playing - Great Big Taters In Sandy Land / The coming together of the old-time band / Possum Hunters - Charles Gitau / Dance Music - Arkansas Traveler / Bluegrass style - Tom Luke, fiddle - Ellen Smith / Devil's Dream / Footprints In The Snow / Beaumont Rag / Gospel - Are You Washed In The Blood Of The Lamb? / Will The Circle Be Unbroken? /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff031

2nd San Diego Folk Festival - Blues & Ragtime Guitar Workshop April 20 or 21, 1968

Performer: Mitch Greenhill, Bruce Frye, Dave Campbell, Jack Tempchin
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Mitch Greenhill: Big City Woman / discussion of city blues vs. country blues / discussion turns to blues on the radio / Blind Boy Fuller Song: Ain't Got No Honey Baby, Now / Going Down Slow / Blues Jam w/ harp player / Harmonica Blues / Blues Harp and hollerin' tune / Talk about classic blues recordings, availability / Talk About "Folk Arts Rare Records" / Bottle-neck guitar - "Fixin' To Die Blues" / Good Morning Little School Girl / 'Cross-harp' harmonica / Rag-time, Mark Spoelstra song, 12-string guitar & kazoo / Maggie Rag / Hello Central, Give Me Dr. Jazz / Chesterfields Are Hard To Find (Buddy Moss song) / Spanish Fandango Style / Creole Belle / Jelly Roll Morton song, 'Hesitation Blues' / Gary Davis style / Spiritual harp - Who Is This Man They Call John The Conqueroo / Cluckin' and Squawkin'
 

Subseries 3. 3rd San Diego Folk Festival April, 1969

Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff032

3rd San Diego Folk Festival

Performer: Dr. Humbead's New Tranquility String Band:Will Spires, Sue Drahiem, Mac Benford, Jim Bamford, with Kenny Hall on mandolin; Ray Bierl & Clark Powell; Hank Bradley

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: / Breakdown Tune / Introductions / My Baby She Needs Money All The Time / Flying Clouds / Goodbye Miss Liza Jane / Old And Grey / Sally In The Garden / Medley of Pipe Tunes (Kenny Hall - solo mandolin) / Greenbelly Waltz / (Hank Bradley with fiddle joins group onstage) The Richmond Blues / Bully In The Town / Cajun Song In French / Arkansas Traveler / Get Along Home, Cindy / Side 2: Ray Bierl on vocal and guitar with Dexter Fisher on bass and Clark Powell on dobro: Sadie My Little Lady / In The Early Morning Rain / What's Made Milwaukee Famous, Has Made A Loser Out Of Me / Saturday, 6 am / Folsom Prison Blues (Clark Powell) / Let's Stop Kickin' Our Hearts Around (w. Carol McComb) / Hank Bradley: I Don't Want To Be Married, I Just Want To Be Free / My Sweet Farm Girl (Farm Girl Blues) / Tilden Park / Swanno Mountain / [break in program] / Dear Oakie / Hurry Down Sweet Daddy

Note

All tapes of the 3rd S.D.F.F. but these two were stolen from Lou Curtiss.
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff033

3rd San Diego Folk Festival

Performer: Robert Pete Williams, Bob Labeau

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Robert Pete Williams: Matchbox Hold My Clothes / Mistreated / Give Me Three-Quarters Hour / Here Comes That Greyhound Bus / Please Don't Take Me Too Fast / That's All Right / I Won't Do It No More / Louise / Side 2: Bob Labeau: My Grandfather's Clock / The Cloudkeeper's Daughter / Mister Bo Jangles / Ants On My Toes / Here Comes Harold / Stagolee and Billy / (joined by Rick Walton on bass) Hey, Sorrow / My Oh My What A Day /

Note

All tapes of the 3rd S.D.F.F. but these two were stolen from Lou Curtiss.
 

Subseries 4. 4th San Diego Folk Festival April, 1970

Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff034

4th San Diego Folk Festival April, 1970

Performer: Thomas Shaw, Jack Tempchin
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Thomas Shaw: Dr. King / I Just Can't Keep From Crying / Motherless Children / Amazing Grace / Blues Instrumental / I Believe My Time Is Long / Guitar Boogie / Going To The River, Gonna Walk Down By The Sea / Howlin' Wolf Song / I Don't Want No Woman If Her Hair Ain't No Longer Than Mine / Rock My Baby Back Home / Side 2: Jack Temchin: Still Waters Run Deep / Harmonica Tune "Hole In The Donut" / Eat Some Food, Watch TV / Hello /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff035

4th San Diego Folk Festival April, 1970

Performer: Ray and Ina Patterson, Larry Hanks with Faith Petric and Genny Haley
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sunny Side Of Life / The Old True Lover / Maple On The Hill / Little Darlin' Pal Of Mine / I Have Found The Way / Sweet Fern / I'll Come Back To You / In The Pines / Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar / Side 2: The Rambler / Rustic Flute Song / Scottish Ballad - Below The Gallows Tree / Woody Guthrie song - Why oh Why? / Clayton Boone - a version of The Gipsy Davey / Jews Harp playing / Sewing On The Mountain / When I Was A Lad - from: HMS Pinafor / Malvina Reynolds song: The Little Red Hen / joined by Faith Petric to sing "The Bottom Of The Air" by Malvina Reynolds / Garbage / with Genny Haley - "I'm On My Way To Cuba" from the musical Blue Skies /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff036

4th San Diego Folk Festival April, 1970

Performer: Sam Hinton, Juke Boy Bonner, Bessie Jones and The Georgia Sea Island Singers
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sam Hinton: Goodbye Old Paint, I'm Leavin' Cheyenne / Father Oh Dear Father / Guitar Picking - The Eagle's Whistle / Lullabye / Bonaparte's Retreat (harmonica) / 'Prepared Harmonica' / Hog On The Mountain (harmonica in mouth - and guitar) / Roll Her On The Rye Grass - Irish reel on accordian / Harvest Home - penny whistle / Jews Harp - I got A Gal On Sourwood Mountain / MacLaren Park - by Malvina Reynolds / The Barnyard Song / Juke Boy Bonner: Guitar & Harp Boogie "Rockin' With Juke Boy" / Standin' Like I'm Happy / Talking Blues / Don't Tell Nobody (Runnin' Shoes) / There's Trouble Down Here In Houston / Mercy Be / Guitar Boogie / Side 2: Bessie Jones and the Georgia Sea Island Singers: Introductions / So Glad I'm Here / What You Gonna Do? / God Is Not Dead / Oh Moses, Don't Let King Pharoah Overtake You / The World Can't Do Me No Harm / Humble Yourself, The Bell Done Rung / Tell Me What More Can Jesus Do? / I've Got A Home In Beulah Land / Oh Lord, How Long? / It May Be The Last Time, I Don't Know /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff037

4th San Diego Folk Festival - Sunday Concert April, 1970

Performer: The Frontier Constabulary: Mark Spoelstra, Mayne Smith, Mitch Greenhill; The Greater Berkeley Strict Temperance Choir
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: I Didn't Know God Made Honky Tonk Angels / Walkin' Downtown, Tryin' To Find Somebody I Know / Especially Mine / Tonight's The Night For Love / If I Lose, Let Me Lose / Doughboy Blues - You Only Whimper While You're Lonely / Open The Door, Richard / Can You Take It, Don't You Try To Fake It / I Like It, I Like It Fine / I'm Crazy About Your Mercury / Side 2: The Greater Berkeley Strict Temperance Choir: Lary Hanks, Faith Petric, Genny Haley, Sunny Goodier, Katy Jacko, Jim Ringer, Ron Tinkler - You're Gonna Reap Just What You Sew / Amazing Grace / Lou Curtiss thank you and announcements /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff038

4th San Diego Folk Festival - Song Writing Workshop, Jam Session April, 1970

Performer: Song Writing Workshop - Many Performers, including Rosalie Sorrels. Jam Session with Kenny Hall, Sam Chatmon and Mayne Smith
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bob La Beau - Mary Go Whimsy / Larry Hanks - Bad Breath Bart / Jeremy Cohen - Come And Get It / Jack Tempchin - Trying To Be Near You / Mayne Smith - When Your Lover Leaves You / Rosalie Sorrells w/ Mitch Greenhill - Some Other Place, Some Other Time / Mitch Greenhill - Goodbye Whiskey Lover, Goodbye / Jim Ringer - Waiting for The Hard Times To Go / Mark Spoelstra - The Amazon Song / James Jordan - Down In White America / Margaret Pankey - Blessed Saviour, Hold My Hand / Margaret Pankey - Yodeling Song / Jim Ringer - Waiting For The Hard Times To Go, 2nd try / Carol McComb - If I Were The Hunter's Wife / Janet Smith - Once Outside My Cradle / Ginny Haley - The Cow Puncher Song / Brad Cahill - guitar instrumental / Sam Chatmon and Kenny Hall - Sugar Blues / I'm Following You / The Sheik Of Araby / Ball The Jack / You're Gonna Look Like A Monkey When You Get Old / We're Going Round The Mountain When She Comes / I Get The Blues When It Rains / That's My Gal / Little Liza Jane / Side 2: Sam Chatmon and Kenny Hall: 2nd half of Little Liza Jane / Turkey In The Straw, with dance calls / Sitting On Top Of The World / - joined by Mayne Smith on dobro - "Please" / Gonna Ride That Train They Call The Cannonball / Am I Blue? /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff039

4th San Diego Folk Festival - Blues Workshop April, 1970

Performer: Juke Boy Bonner, Robert Pete Williams, Thomas Shaw, Robert Jeffery
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Texas Blues Boogie, with harmonica - Bonner / Baby That's Alright / Some discussion about Texas blues / It's A Sad Sad Sound - Bonner / Walked Out On The Mountain - Williams / How I Started - story by Williams / I'm Gettin' Worried - Williams / You're Gonna Reap Just What You Sew / Discussion about young people and the blues - Williams / A Blues Example - Williams / Lonesome Old Railroad Track - Williams / Improvising Blues - Williams / Blues Harp & Guitar / Introduction of Thomas Shaw & Bob Jeffries / I Had A Dream Last Night - Shaw & Jeffries, false start - out of tune / Tuning down to the piano / Side 2: Rock My Baby Back - Shaw & Jeffery / It'll Be All Right For You / Blues Harp - Train Imitation Song / Piano Blues / What Have I Done? / I Believe My Time Ain't Long / Sam Chatmon: St. Louis Blues / Black Night / Oh That's My Gal / I'm Going To Move To Kansas City / My Baby's Gone / Brown Skinned Woman / I Want To See My Woman / Prison Blues /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff040

4th San Diego Folk Festival April, 1970

Performer: Janet Smith; The Sweets Mill String Band - Kenny Hall, Jim Ringer, Ron Tinkler
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Janet Smith: Maybe I Could Tell You Now / A Blacksmith Courted Me / As I Was Going Over Killkerry Mountain / Go To Sleep Sweet Charlie My Baby / The New Hard Times / The Unicorn / By The Lonesome Willow Tree / Sweet Marie (autoharp instrumental) / Side 2: Sweets Mill String Band: Frankie and Johnny / Sweet Sunny South / The Rovin' Gambler / Bagpipe Tune, The Highland Schottisch, Kenny Hall on mandolin / Knoxville Girl / Scottish Novelty Song by Kenny Hall - Out On The Boundin' Ocean / Little Sadie / The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee / There's Somebody Waiting For Me / (joined by Larry Hanks and Janet Smith) Old And Grey And Only In The Way / Angeline The Baker / To Canaan's Land I'm On My Way (Where The Soul Never Dies) /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff041

4th San Diego Folk Festival April, 1970

Performer: Rosalie Sorrels, with Mitch Greenhill. Bluegrass California - Byron Berline, fiddle; Scott Hambly, mandolin; Skip Conover, dobro; Steve Stevenson, guitar; Don Parmley, banjo; Mel Durham, string bass
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Rosalie Sorrels: Starlight On The Rails / Just One More Cowboy / Just A Country Girl / The Golden Breeze / He Never Sees Me / I Should Go To Bed (written by Mitch Greenhill) / Side 2: Bluegrass California: I'm Not To Blame / Flower Bloomin' In The Wildwood / Dim Lights, Thick Smoke / Listen To The Mockingbird / Fair And Tender Ladies / Letters Have No Arms / Over In The Glory Land / Orange Blossom Special /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff042

4th San Diego Folk Festival - Workshops Songs of Utah and Idaho, Old Time Music, Ballad Accompaniment, Mandolin April, 1970

Performer: Rosalie Sorrells, Ray & Ina Patterson, Larry Hanks, Janet Smith, Jim Ringer, Kenny Hall, Ron Tinkler, Scott Hambly. Byron Berline
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Songs of Utah and Idaho: Rosalie Sorrells: Discussion of song types and styles / Mormon Ballad about Crossing The Plains, "Lonesome Roving Wolves" / Talk About Mormon History / Another Plains Crossing Song - In Handcarts / The Crickets and The Seagulls / More Mormon History / The Dixie-ite from Cottonwood / Southern Utah folklore and history, sweet Dixie wine / Wee Little Mormon Child / I Want To Be A Mormon / Polygamist Song - Brigham Young and His Five and Forty Wives / Talk about Idaho Music , fiddle music, Weiser Festival / There Was A Lady Fair And Gay / Basque Christan Song / Cowboy, Sheep-herder Song - "Juanita""/ A New Song - "Just A Country Girl" / Old Time Country Workshop: Ray & Ina Patterson, Kenny Hall, Sweets Mill Band: Discussion of "what is Country Music"? / Soldier's Joy / She's My Curly-Headed Baby / A Sad Lonesome Day / Old Time Singing Styles / Weeping Willow Tree / Daddy And Home / Gold Watch And Chain / Down In The Valley To Pray / Don't Cause Mother's Hair To Turn Grey / Hesitating Blues / Poor Boy Gene / More discussion of "true" Country Music / Eighth of January / Harmony Workshop: Larry Hanks, Janet Smith, Kenny Hall, Ray & Ina Patterson, Ron Tinkler and Jim Ringer: My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains / Discussion about harmony styles / Little Darlin' Pal of Mine / Switching harmony parts - Little Darlin' We Have Parted / Crying Holy Unto The Lord / Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies / Grandfather's Clock / Precious Jewel / The Weary Lonesome Blues / Sunny Side of Life / Side 2: Ballad Accompaniment Workshop: Ray & Ina Patterson, Larry Hanks, Janet Smith, Kenny Hall: Some chatter then announcements / Ina Patterson talks about constructing traditional music / Are You Tired of Me, My Darling? / Origins of ballads / Benorie / There Was An Old Lord By The Northern Sea / I'll Give My Love An Apple / I Gave My Love A Cherry That Had No Stone / A Cowboy Ballad - Range of the Buffalo / Talk about guitar fingerpcicking styles / There Is Somebody Waiting For Me - Kenny Hall / Maggie Walker Blues / My Little Home In Tennessee / The Devil and The Farmer / By The Lonesome Willow Tree / My Home Is In East Virginia, North Carolina I Did Go / Watch The Little Dogies All Day / House Carpenter / Conclusions? / Oh Had I A Golden Thread / Creole Bell Two-Step - mandolin song / Mandolin Workshop: Ray Patterson, Kenny Hall, Scott Hambly, Byron Berline: Weeping Willow Tree / Bile Them Cabbage Down / Kenny Hall explaining mandolin playing styles / Three O'Clock In The Morning / Kenny - How I learned / Tommy Don't Go (The Marble Falls Waltz) / Imitation Frailing - Eighth of January / Little Rabbit Where's Your Mammy? / Bagpipe Tunes / Scotland - Bill Monroe Tune / Little Maggie / Bury Me Beneath the Willow / Alternate Mandolin Tunings / Ruben's Train / Mandolin Clubs and Orchestras / Byron Berline - Fisher's Hornpipe / Billy In The Low Ground / Hamilton County / The Martin's Waltz / Fisher's Hornpipe /
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff054

4th San Diego Folk Festival - Sunday Religious Music Concert April, 1970

Performer: Ray & Ina Patterson, Thomas Shaw, Georgia Sea Island Singers with Bessie Jones, Margaret Panky and Her Halleluah String Band, Sweets Mill Gospel Choir - Kenny Hall, Jim Ringer, Ron Tinkler, Faith Petric, Larry Hanks, Genny Haley
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Ray & Ina Patterson: Walking In The Gospel Way / You'll Be Rewarded Over There / I Feel Like Traveling On / He Will Set Your Fields On Fire / Thomas Shaw: Just Can't Keep From Crying Sometimes / Song About Dr. King / When Mother Is Dead / Joined by Bessie Jones and the Georgia Sea Island Singers in "If I Had My Way" / Adam and Eve, Trouble So Hard / Sea Island Singers: Yonder Come David / Let My Children Go / He Didn't Have To Do It, But He Did / I've Got A Home In Beula Land / Georgia Sea Island Singers: Get In Union (Jesus Is Listening) / It May Be The Last Time / Margaret Panky: Blessed Savior Hold My Hand / Tramp On The Street / Jesus Broke The Chains That Bound Me / A Million Years In Glory / The Old Camp Meeting Days / I'll Fly Away / Sweets Mill Gospel: Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies / As I Went Down In The Valley To Pray / Crying Holy Unto The Lord / Who Will Sing For Me? / Bright Morning Stars Are Rising /
 

Subseries 5. 5th San Diego Folk Festival April, 1971

Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff045

5th San Diego Folk Festival - Blues Concert April, 1971

Performer: Thomas Shaw, Bob Jeffery, Sam Chatmon
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Thomas Shaw, Bob Jeffery: I Feel Like My Time Has Come / Jeffery Stomp / I Believe My Time Ain't Long / Howlin' Wolf Blues / Some Men Like Doggin' / 24 Hours A Day / I've Been A Travelin' Man / I Don't Want No Woman If Her Hair Ain't No Longer Than Mine / Rock My Baby Back Home / I'm Worried About My Baby / San Diego Blues / Side 2: Sam Chatmon: Saint Louis Blues / Cross-Cut Saw / What's The Name Of That Thing? / P Stands For Push / I'm A Fool About Her Lovin' / Prowlin' Groundhog / Makes My Love Come Fallin' Down / Jokes / Sitting On Top Of The World / Sailing Down The Chesapeake Bay / My Dinah / You're Gonna Look Just Like A Monkey When You Get Old / That's Alright / Joined by Bob Jeffery - Trouble Every Where I Go / Bob's Bounce /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff046

5th San Diego Folk Festival - Blues Concert April, 1971

Performer: John Jackson, Model T Slim (Elmon Mickle), Phillip Walker Blues Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: John Jackson: Nobody's Business But Mine / Backwater Blues / Bearcat Blues / John Jackson's Stomp / Hunting Story / Red River Blues / Guitar Rag / Truckin' Little Baby / Rattle-Snakin' Daddy / Police Dog Blues / Side 2: Model-T Slim: Early In The Morning / I Ain't Never Seen / Lookin' Through This Keyhole / I Do Know Right From Wrong / Let Me Ride Around In Your Automobile / Don't Want To Treat Me Right / joined by Phillip Walker - Blues Number / Another Blues Number / Blues Instrumental / Fine, Fine Woman / Every Day I Have The Blues / Who's Loving You Now? / Blues / Slow Blues /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff047

5th San Diego Folk Festival - Workshops: Blues - Cowboy Songs - Labor Songs April, 1971

Performer: John Jackson, Model T Slim (Elmon Mickle), Phillip Walker Blues Band, Sam Chatmon, Bob Jeffery, Larry Hanks, Rosalie Sorrels, Kenny Hall, George Tucker, coal miner union organizer.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Tom Shaw: I Believe I'll Go Down / Blind Lemmon Jefferson style on Matchbox Blues / Texas Alexander song - I Can See My Darlin' But She Can't See Me / Howlin' Wolf Blues / Lightnin' Hopkins song - Katie May / Model-T Slim: Old Slim Ain't Feelin' Too Good / What Mule Is That In My Stable? / Why They Call Me "Model-T" / Hey Boy! / I Do Know Right From Wrong / Rachel, Open The Door / Phillip Walker: Oh, Baby You Don't Have To Go / Hello Central, Please Give Me 209 / Honest I Do / Sam Chatmon: He Done Jumped Out / I Ain't Goin' To Take Nobody's Word / My Woman's Got Somethin' Crazy / P Stands For Push / Somebody Stole My Gal / John Jackson: Kansas City Blues / John Jackson Breakdown / Brown Skinned Woman / John Henry - "knife" slide style / John Jackson Spanish Fandango / Side 2: Final part of Blues Workshop - Bob Jeffery, piano: How Long Will You Be Gone? / Rock Me All Night Long / Joined by Tom Shaw on a final number - I Heard You Want To Marry, Baby / U.Utah Phillips: Halleluah I'm A Bum / The Goodnight Loving Trail / Rosalie Sorrels: The Tellin' Takes Me Home (U.U. Phillips) / The Last Wagon / Labor Songs - Joe Hill to Now: There's A Power In A Band Of Working Men / Lots of stories and monologue about the bad old days and the bad new days in Kentucky and West Virginia coal mining country / Dump The Bosses Off Your Back / Black Lung Blues / Little Ernesto Just Turned Two / A Worker's Debt
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff048

5th San Diego Folk Festival - Workshops: Union Songs and Story Telling April, 1971

Performer: George Tucker, U. Utah Phillips, Rosalie Sorrels, Ray Patterson, Sam Chatmon
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Continuation of Union Workshop, "From Joe Hill to Now". Union Poem / You're Gonna Reap Just What You Sew / Pie In The Sky When You Die, That's A Lie / Storytellers arive, first story: A West Texas railroad story / Story of Alfred Packer the Mountain Man / Tale of When I Was First Married / Song - Runnin' Bare / Joke About The Cellophane Suit / The Texan Who Wanted To Become An Alaskan / One Of My Favorite Drunks / Texan In South America / Chapped Lips / Here's To The Father Aligator / Mule's Butt Plastic Surgery / Johnson Is A Horse's Ass / Kissing A Mule's Butt / The Duck Ranch / My Sixth Grade Teacher and the Minah Birds / Some Animal Jokes / 2 Sam Chatmon stories / Jay Golden Kimball story - "I Repent Too Damn Fast" / Story About Car Repair / Is There Someone Under This Bed? / 250 Pounds of Dynamite / Ray Patterson story about early radio / A Wild
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff049

5th San Diego Folk Festival - Workshops: Bluegrass and Country Music and the Contemporary Scene April, 1971

Performer: Don Parmaly, banjo; Byron Berline, fiddle; Steve Stevenson, guitar; Mel Durham, bass; Scott Hambly, mandolin. Frontier Constabulary, Mark Spoelstra, Mayne Smith, Mitch Greenhill with Rosalie Sorrells.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: History of Bluegrass, beginning with Bill Monroe / New Muleskinner Blues / My Little Georgia Rose / Salty Dog Blues / Hit Parade of Life / Fair And Tender Ladies / Wheel Hoss, Rail House? - Bill Monroe instrumental / Are You Missing Me? / Foggy Mountain Breakdown / Dim Lights, Thick Smoke / Pain In My Heart / John Hardy / You Will Never Know The Pain / Over In The Glory Land / Bill Monroe Instrumental / Side 2: Country Music Workshop: Wild Side of Life - It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels / Dim Lights and Bar Fights / If I Could Be The Rain / I Should Go To Bed / Peyote Cowboy / Let The Good Love Flow / Empty Hangers / I Can't Get Started 'Cause I Can't Get Over You / Find Me Some Place Where I Can Sing / Come Back / On The Banks of the River / Please Don't Introduce Me / Walkin' Round Town
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff050

5th San Diego Folk Festival - Workshops: Fiddle Music - Old Time Country Radio - George Tucker, Coal Mining Union Organizer - The Nashville Sound - Battle of the String Bands - Around The World With Kenny Hall April, 1971

Performer: Kenny Hall, Walt Koken, Harry Liedstrand, Mac Benford, Bob Potts, Ray & Ina Patterson, Wilbur Ball, Cliff Carlisle, Fat City String Band (w/ Larry Hanks), Sweets Mill String Band (w/ Kenny Hall), George Tucker, coal miner union organizer from the 1930s.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Beginning of Fiddle Workshop: Kenny Hall on bowing styles / Talbot Polka / Swamp Waltz / Shuffle Bowing / Cajun Tune / Soldier's Joy / Orange Blossom Special / Listen To The Mockingbird / Bows, bridges & sound posts / Flop-Eared Mule / The Old Blacksmith / Bull At The Wagon / Chicken Reel / Bob Wills tune / Introduction of George Tucker. 30 years in the coal mines of Eastern Kentucky. George narrates his own story as a miner and union organizer during the Great Depression. George also discusses the modern problem of strip mining, telling vivid stories to exemplify. / Song: The Black Lung Blues / Stories about Governer Edward T. Breathed / Remarks Tucker made to the newspaper / Song: Come All You Moonshiners / Song: The Intoxicated Rat / Song: Old Bill Mozer / Song: Get Away Old Man, Get Away / Song: Way Back In The Cumberland Mountains / Amazing Grace / We're Up Against It Now / The Nashville Sound: Ray & Ina Patterson: My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains / Commercial Country Music trends / Changes driven by recording business / Discussions about how Counry music is evolving, or devolving as some would have it / Carlisle and Ball: That Silver-Haired Daddy of Mine / Do Lord, Oh Do Lord / Golden Slippers / Shine On Me / Story about Cliff Carlisle's son / Discussion about what is 'genuine' in Country music / What the Grand Old Opry has become / Side 2: Fiddle Workshop continued: Sally Gooden / Bill Cheatem / Mississippi Sawyer / Leather Britches / Beginning of Old Time Country & Radio workshop: Talk about Old Time Country music / The Sunny Side of Life / Anecdotes about working in early Country radio / Early copyright issues / The Old True Lover / Ball & Carlisle: Birmingham Jail / Wilbur Ball stories of early radio work - WRLP / Cliff Carlisle on copyright law / When The Cactus Is In Bloom / Tomcat Blues / I Like Gooseberry Pie / The Maple On The Hill / Radio Ad for Royal Optometrist / Side 2: Continuation of Country Music - The Nashville Sound: continued discussion of the value of the modern 'Country' sound / Cliff Carlisle, 'my guitar and I are one' / Where The Soul of Man Never Dies / Battle of the Bands: Fat City String Band vs. Sweets Mill String Band: The Last of Callahan / Hopalong Peter, Where're You Goin'? / The Brilliancy Medley / Hello Friends and Neighbors - Ragtime Annie / Polly Put The Kettle On / Sail Away Ladies / Pretty Little Black Eyed Susie / The Devil and the Farmer's Wife (Larry Hanks) / Katie Did, And I Did Too / Old Molly Hare / Cherokee Shuffle / Dinah / - both bands combine on a Debuque, with Kenny Hall doing dance calls - / Soldier's Joy / Around The World With Kenny Hall, international tunes: Schottisch / Portuguese Tune / Clog Tune / Another Clog Tune / Pipe Tune Medley, The Battle of Hilly Cracky & Will Ye No Come Back Again? / Slow version of Will Ye No Come Back Again? / Hawaiian Blues / 2 Swedish Hambos / Norwegian Song / The Rights of Man Hornpipe / Italian Swiss Song / Italian Jig / Santa Lucia / Irish Washerwoman / The Wee Dog Waltz - German and American versions /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff051

5th San Diego Folk Festival - Phillip Walker Blues Band; Old Time Traditional Music April, 1971

Performer: Phillip Walker, at City String Band: Mac Benford, banjo, Walk Koken, fiddle, Bob Potts, fiddle, w/ Larry Hanks; Ray & Ina Patterson.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Phillip Walker Blues Band: Blues Instrumental / Shake My Head And Walk Away / Blues Song / Fat City String Band: Fortune / Grey Cat On A Tennessee Farm / Blackberry Blossom / Coot From Tennessee / My Money's All Gone / Railroading On The Great Divide / Don't Drink Nothin' But Corn / Katie Hill / Old Dan Tucker / Cape Breton Dance Tunes, with piano / Side 2: Ray & Ina Patterson: My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains / Greenback Dollar / There Was A Time / Bring Back My Wandering Boy / It's Sinful To Flirt / Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies / Gold Watch And Chain / Golden Slippers /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff052

5th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concerts April, 1971

Performer: Wilbur Ball and Cliff Carlisle, Sara Grey and friends: Fat City String Band, Larry Hanks, Pam Ostergren, Grady Tuck, Carol McComb, Jody on electric bass
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Wilbur Ball & Cliff Carlisle: Way Down In Columbus Georgia / The Miner's Child's Dream / Birmingham Jail / Waiting For A Train / Have You Seen Marie? / Father Was Right / Silver Haired Daddy of Mine / The Devil's Train / Blue Velvet Band / When It Comes To Lovin' The Girls / Do Lord, Oh Do Lord, Oh Do Remember Me / Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea / Side 2: Wilbur Ball & Cliff Carlisle: Story by Cliff about the old days, playing Hawaiian music / Sara Grey, Pam Osterenen, Grady Tuck, Carol McComb, Fat City String Band, Jody: Can't Get Drunk No More / Water Bound / Don't Let Your Deal Go Down / Lorry Harbor / Waitin' For The Day That We Get Our Pay / I Am A Miller Tae Me Trade / The Fair Flower of Northumberland / Two Wreaths Awry / Bogie's Bonnie Belle / Fiddler's Green /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff053

5th San Diego Folk Festival - Sweets Mill String Band; Sunday Morning Religious Music Concert April, 1971

Performer: Wilbur Ball and Cliff Carlisle, Sara Grey and friends: Fat City String Band, Larry Hanks, Pam Ostergren, Grady Tuck, Carol McComb, Jody on electric bass
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Ray & Ina Patterson: I Found The Way / I Feel Like Traveling On / Walking In The Gospel Way / I'm S-A-V-E-D / Wilbur Ball and Cliff Carlisle: In The Garden / The Home of the Soul / The Old Rugged Cross / The Greater Berkeley Strict Temperance Choir: Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies / Mary and Martha Just Gone Along / Aint' You Got A Right To The Tree Of Life / We Are Going Down The Valley One By One / Sweets Mill: Wind That Shakes The Barley / Willow Garden / Billy In The Lowground / Kenny's Farm / Trip To The Garden with Sally With The Blue Dress On / The Campbells Are Coming - old pipe version - with a couple more pipe tunes / Didn't He Ramble / Boatman / Katie Dora? / Hungry Hash House / Angeline The Baker / Sail Away Ladies, Sail Away / segment of "Sail Away Ladies" recorded in stereo/ Side 2: Tom Shaw: Jesus Had To Pray, What About Me? / If A Man Goes To Hell, Who Cares? / No Hiding Place Down Here / Since I Laid My Burden Down / Down By The Riverside / You Can't Hurry God / How Great Thou Art / Amazing Grace / Sweets Mill: Sail Away, Ladies /
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff055

5th San Diego Folk Festival - Children's Concert; The Herod Family April, 1971

Performer: Larry Hanks, Jean Redpath, Sam Hinton, Thomas Shaw, Mr. & Mrs. Herod
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Larry Hanks: Suzanna's A Funny Old Sow / Apple Picking Song / Tis A Gift To Be Simple on the Humanatone / Bamboo Flute tune / Jew's Harp tune - Turkey In The Straw / My Grandfather's Clock / Jean Redpath: The Cuckoo Song / Up Against The Wall, The London Ball / Oh Ye Canna Shove Your Granny Off A Bus / 1, 2, 3 O'Leary - Ball Bouncing Song / Off I Went With The Body In The Bag / Sam Hinton: The Barnyard Song / The Song of the Frogs / Chicken Reel / Take This Hammer, Carry It To The Captain / Side 2: Thomas Shaw introduces Mr. & Mrs. Herod who have their own band. Piano & Electric Guitar 3 instrumentals - kinda Ramsey Lewis, very bluesy / Rock Me All Night Long /
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff056

5th San Diego Folk Festival - U. Utah Phillips; Sam Hinton April, 1971

Performer: U. Utah Phillips, Sam Hinton
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: U. Utah Phillips: Stories About Going To New York City / New York Town by Woody Guthrie / More Stories / Relocation Blues / More Stories and Jokes - The Moose Turd Pie / One More Ride / More Jokes / Queen Of The Rails / Train Jokes / Daddy, What's A Train? / Dog Joke / War Jokes / Why Won't You Send My Dog Home, Uncle Sam? / Radical Union Song and Story - Bread and Roses / I Believe If I'd Live My Life Again / Side 2: Sam Hinton: Saint James Infirmary / Train Stories and Train Whistle Sound Effect / Penny Whistle - Harvest Home / Harmonica - When I Lay My Burden Down / On the Uke-a-lin, a classical gypsy tune / Oh Won't It Be Joyful (When His Good Peanuts Are Gone) / I Want To Die Easy When I Die / Long John, He's Long Gone / The Rivers of Texas / The Arkansas Traveler / Goodbye /
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff057

5th San Diego Folk Festival - Evening Concerts April, 1971

Performer: U. Utah Phillips, Rosalie Sorrels, Jean Redpath, Martin Henry and the Hollywood Cowboys
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side1: Rosalie Sorrels: Stories / This Cannonball Ain't Never Comin' Back / Don't Explain - Billy Holiday song / My Teachers Have Taught Me The Lesson At Last / Jean Redpath: The Cuckoo's Glen Above The Bay (The Quiet Land of Erin) / Story About Donald Galgilly / I Am A Railway Porter / Tak The Buckles, Free Your Shoe / Elvis song - Like A Bird In A Tree / Stories About Scotch Dialects / Humouresque / Nymphs and Shepards, Come Away / Mary Hamilton / Side 2: Jean Redpath: Mary McMartin / Gallic Mouth Music - Strathspey, Reel, Schottisch / Song Of The Seals / Martin Henry and The Hollywood Cowboys: Six Days On The Road, And I'm A-Gonna Make It Home Tonight / Kansas City / Tennessee Waltz / Jamaica, Say You Will / The Race Is On / Crazy Arms / Jambalaya / Lovesick Blues / U. Utah Phillips: Preaching styles / Your Love Is Just A Monkey On My Back / Cannonball Blues / Rosalie Sorrels: fragment of a Train Song /
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff074

5th San Diego Folk Festival - Interview with Cliff Carlisle and Wilbur Ball April, 1971

Performer: Cliff Carlisle, Wilbur Ball, Ray & Ina Patterson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Interview with Cliff Carlisle and Wilbur Ball: When The Evening Sun Goes Down / Waiting For A Ride / Desert Blues / It's All Over Now / Stay Away And Don't Bother Me / The Box Car Yodel - Cliff & Wilbur / Lonely - Cliff & Little Tommy Side 2: Ray & Ina: My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountain / Weary Lonesome Blues / All The Good Times Are Passed And Gone / There Was A Time / Who Wouldn't Be Lonely / Worried Man Blues / There'll Come A Time / Ramshackled Shack No. 2 / Twas Midnight On The Stormy Sea

Note

Special tape made by Ray & Ina Patterson and sent to Lou & Virginia Curtiss with a handwritten note. Ray and Ina Patterson taped this interview two days after the 5th San Diego Folk Festival. They interspersed the interview with old recordings from Cliff and Wilbur's career. This had been Cliff and Wilbur's very first folk festival and it had a profound effect on them.
 

Subseries 6. 6th San Diego Folk Festival April 20-23, 1972

Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff079

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Friday Night Concert April 21, 1972

Performer: Janet Smith
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Introductions / Poppa Your Momma Cares For You / Greeniewood Sidey / Home Again / Jack-a-Role / The Lord From The Skies / Wabash Cannonball /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff080

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Thursday Night Concert April 20, 1972

Performer: Bob Webb, Holly Tannen, Kenny Hall, and Debby McClatchy
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: The Last Joint / Charlie Brennan (Bad Old Arkansas) / Yellow Rose Of Texas / The Coo Coo Bird / Dinah / Casey Jones / Roll On Columbia / Candy Man / Smoke That Cigarette / Irish Tune / Ragtime Annie / Soldier's Joy /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff081

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Thursday Night Concert April 20, 1972

Performer: Sam Hinton
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: McTavish Is Dead / The Irish Washerwoman / Starving To Death On A Government Claim / Bill Keating song "Down, Down, Down" / Father Oh Dear Father / Oh What A Beautiful City / Harmonica Tune / Harmonica Tune 2 / Richard Farina song, with flute, "When Love Was Lord Of All" / Harvest Home / Saint James Hospital / Telephone To Glory / Turn Your Radio On / Long John /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff082

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Thursday Night Concert April 20, 1972

Performer: Thomas Shaw, Debby McClatchy
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Thomas Shaw: Rabbit, Rabbit Get Up In The Holler, juice harp / Harmonica Train Sounds / Debby McClatchy: Big Sur Mist And Mountains / Queen Of Fat City / Happy Endings / Pat Martin or A Piece Of Yellow Gold / The City Blues / Apples In Winter / Best Of Friends /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff083

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Thursday Night Concert April 20, 1972

Performer: Thomas Shaw
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Strange Woman / Some Men Like Doggin' / Dr. King / I Just Can't Keep From Cryin' / You Don't Know Just What The Lord Done For Me / If I Had My Way / God Spoke To Ezekial / I'm A Prowler / 24 Hours A Day / Mean Mistreating Woman / Bottle-neck guitar /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff084

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Thursday Night Concert April 20, 1972

Performer: Mary McCaslin, Thomas Shaw
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Mary McCaslin: Show Me / Help / Walk On Out Of My Mind / Blackbird / Way Out West / San Bernardino Waltz / A Perfect Circle / Thomas Shaw: Katie Mae / Crazy About A Married Woman /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff085

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Friday Night Concert April 21, 1972

Performer: Rita Weill, with Janet Smith and Holly Tannen
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Autoharp Song / The Bramble Briar / When I Was A Little Boy / Friendless Mary / Friendly Mary / Take Me Home / Get Down, Get Down /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff086

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Thursday Night Concert April 20, 1972

Performer: Holly Tannen with Kenny Hall
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Give The Fiddler A Dram and Bonaparte's Retreat / The Battle Of Augram / Bulgarian Tune / Goin' Where Those Chilly Winds Don't Blow / with Kenny Hall - June Apple / Swiss Italian Song / The Rose Tree and Fisher's Hornpipe / Temperance Reel / -another performer- The Travelin' Man /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff087

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Friday Night Concert April 21, 1972

Performer: Robert Jeffery
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: My Heart Is In San Diego, I'm In Fresno / Do You Feel The Way I Do? / Boogie / If You Wonder Baby / I'm Leavin' San Diego / Highway 51 / Somebody's Got To Go /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff088

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Friday Night Concert April 21, 1972

Performer: Robert Jeffery and Bonnie Jefferson, Tom Shaw, guitar
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Somebody's Got To Go / Call Me On The Phone Sometime / Night Time Is The Right Time / Bonnie Jefferson: 24 Hours A Day / Teenie Weenie Bit Of Your Love / I've Got A Real Black Mare / Rock Me Baby / Woke Up This Morning / Georgie On My Mind /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff089

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Friday Night Concert April 21, 1972

Performer: Bonnie Jefferson, Rita Weill with Holly Tannen
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Bonnie Jefferson: In The Dark / I'll Be Glad When You're Dead / Rita Weill: Unquenching Fire / Mouth Music - The Dirty Old Piper / Johnny Doyle / Roger The Miller / Jock of Hazeldeen / A Short Song of Murder /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff090

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Friday Night Concert April 21, 1972

Performer: Sam Chatmon
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: St. Louis Blues / She's My Baby / Ashtray Taxi / Vicksburg Blues (12-string guitar) / Move To Kansas City / Hold It On The Bottom / Prowlin' Groundhog / My Baby's Gone / It's Your Last Time /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff091

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Friday Night Concert April 21, 1972

Performer: Sam Chatmon, Graineog Ceilidhe Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sam Chatmon: Sweets Mill / That's All Right / Brown-Skinned Woman / Ceilidhe Band: Irish Tune 1 / Jig / Reel / Introductions / Irish Tune 2 / Flute solo / Flute Solo 2 / Lark In The Morning /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff092

6th San Diego Folk Festival: Friday Night Concert April 21, 1972

Performer: Graineog Ceilidhe Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Hand Me Down / Irish Tune / Irish Tune 2 /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff093

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Workshops: Pocket Instruments - Dulcimers April 22, 1972

Performer: Sam Hinton on pocket instruments, Jean Ritchie and Holly Tannen on dulcimers
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: The Pickin' Bow / Jew's Harp / Various Small Wind Instruments / Homemade Instruments / Penny Whistle / 3 hole whistles / Simple flutes / The Chalil / The Harvest Home on the tin whistle / Wooden Tin Whistle / Plastic Whistle / The Harmonica / Bonaparte's Retreat / Diatonic Scales / Modes - Dorian, Mixolydian / The Old Folks At Home / Minor Key Harmonica / Playing With The Harmonica In Your Mouth / Humouresque, Swanee River / Ocarina / Diatonic Accordian / Whistle and Hum / Cross Harp, choked notes / When I Lay My Burden Down / Hambone and Head Drum / Dulcimer Workshop: Tuning The Dulcimer / Old Aunt Rody / Going To Boston / Finger Strummer - Johnnie's On The Water / Holly Tannen - How I Learned / The "extra fret" / Holly Tannen's style / Kenny Hall's Italian Tune / "Classical" style of Howie Mitchell / Courting Dulcimer / Minor Tuning / Cold Rain In Snow - pentatonic scale / Dorian Tuning - "Sawmill Key" / The Sway / Dulcimer Books / Dulcimer Picks, Noters and Strings / Care of Dulcimers / Questions from the audience / The extra fret and "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down" / Tuning Pegs / The Groundhog Song by audience member / Old MacDonald /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff094

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Workshops: Texas Songs, Guitar Tunings, Cajun Music April 22, 1972

Performer: Texas Songs with Tom Shaw and Sam Hinton. Guitar Tunings: Mary McCaslin, Janet Smith, Bob Webb. Cajun Music: Doc Guidry band with Joel Sonnier
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Tin can microphone / Tom Shaw's early years / Momma Momma Look At Sis / Mule Plowing Song / You That Worried Me, Buddy / I've Been Around This Whole Corral / Old Timers / Crawdad Song / I Just Can't Keep From Crying / Blind Lemmon Jefferson song, "Matchbox Blues" / Casey Jones on french harp / Old Hen Cackle / Hambone, Rabbit Dance / Buck Wing Dance - skinning a cat / Take Me Back, Bea / Naming of the strings, standard tuning / C tuning / John Henry / Going Down The Road Feeling Bad / Green Rocky Road / D Tuning / Sitting On Top Of The World / Bottle neck playing / Chording In D and G tunings / Voicings and useful chords / D 6th tuning / Relative minor / Variations of D tuning, suspended 4th / Side 2: Guitar tuning continued: Crosby, Stills & Nash use of D suspended 4th tuning / The Unicorn / G minor tuning / Ghost Riders In The Sky / Tuning learned In the bathroom of the Troubador (G minor with suspended 4th) / The Dealers / Steffan Grossman song "Old Country Rock", just 6th string tuned down to D / E suspended 2nd tuning / Tune B string down to A / Tune G string down to F# - Renaissance Lute tuning / Cajun Workshop: Jolie Blonde / One Of The Good Ones / The Caplan Waltz / Jolie Catin / The Convict Waltz / Sugar Bee / The Calkashoo Waltz / 1st song Joe Falcon recorded "Allons A Lafayette" / Dead Girlfriend Waltz / I Went To The Dance Last Night / The Pine Grove Blues / Grand Mamou / Doc Guidry composition / The Flames of Hell / Diggi Diggi Lo / The Pardon Waltz /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff095

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Ray and Ina Patterson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sunny Side Of Life / You've Been A Friend To Me / All The Good Times Are Past And Gone / Cannonball Blues / Long Journey Home / Stayed In The Wagon Year (Ray solo) / Those Brown Eyes / S-A-V-E-D /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff096

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Ray and Ina Patterson; Cousin Emmy
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Ray & Ina Patterson: Flo Ella (Fair Eyed Ellen) / You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone / Cousin Emmy: Going Down The Road Feeling Bad / Ain't It Hard / Give The Fiddler A Dram, dance calls / Pretty Little Miss In The Garden / Turkey In The Straw (mouth drum) / fiddle tune / French harp tune, Shortnin' Bread / You Are My Sunshine on the rubber glove /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff097

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Cousin Emmy; Wilbur Ball
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Cousin Emmy: Sales pitch for her song book / Wilbur Ball: Announcements / On The Beach Of Waikiki / Miner Child's Dream / Hilo March and Aloha Oe / Father Was Right / When It Comes To Lovin The Girls I'm Way Ahead Of The Times / I Gave Her That / Three Nights Drunk / Gooseberry Pie / Saint Louis Shoes / Announcements /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff098

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Jean Ritchie
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Jean Ritchie: All My Friends Fell Out With Me / I Am A Shoe Maker By My Trade / Johnny Collins / Old Daddy Grumble / Deep Mine Disaster Ballad / Strip Mining Song "Black Waters" / The High Hills And Mountains /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff099

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Jean Ritchie, Roscoe Holcomb
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Jean Ritchie: The High Hills and Mountains / Amazing Grace / Roscoe Holcomb: Old Smoky / Little Birdy / Black-Eyed Suzie / Across The Rocky Mountains / Graveyard Blues /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff100

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Jean Ritchie, Roscoe Holcomb; Mike and Alice Seeger
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Roscoe Holcomb, acc. by Mike Seeger: Hookin' Strings / Single Girl / with Jean Ritchie - Wandering Boy / Mike and Alice Seeger: Fooling with microphones / In My Little Old Log Cabin By The Sea / You'll Find Her Name Written There / Don't Let The Deal Go Down /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff101

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Mike and Alice Seeger; Dr. Loren Post on Cajun Music
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Queen Jane / Black Lung / A Man I Never Knew / Old Blind Drunk John / Lost Indian / Old Black Choo Choo / Discussion of Cajuns and Cajun music by Dr. Loren Post /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff102

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Joel Sonnier and the Doc Guidry Cajun Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Allons A Lafayette / The Caplan Waltz / A Very Sad Waltz / He Went To The Dance Last Night / Jolie Blond / Sugar Bee / Grand Mamou / Diggi Diggi Lo / Two Step /
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff103

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Joel Sonnier and the Doc Guidry Cajun Band, Square Dance with Mike Seeger and Burt Levy
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Joel Sonnier: Two Step / The Lacassine Special / Jolie Catan / Square Dance - Part 1: Chairs are moved out of the way, and a reel is learned then danced, called by Mike Seeger. Burt Levy then teaches a square dance.
Box 4, Item 2007.04sdff104

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Square Dance with Mike Seeger and Burt Levy
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Square Dance Part 2: Burt Levy calls a square dance, Irish reel / Another square dance, called by Burt Levy - tunes 8th of January, Soldier's Joy, Mississippi Sawyer, one can hear Mike Seeger on Jews Harp /
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff105

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Jean Ritchie and Roscoe Holcomb
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Jean Ritchie: Amazing Grace / Roscoe Holcomb: Old Smoky / Little Birdy / Black-Eyed Suzie / Across The Rocky Mountains / Graveyard Blues / Hook and Line /

Note

Tapes 105-114 and 147-150 is the set of tapes in dark boxes from KPBS radio. There is overlap with the white box series from KPFA, except these tapes have been edited and 'cleaned up' for broadcast. And they are in stereo. Engineer: James R. Alberger, Jr.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff106

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Cousin Emmy and Wilbur Ball
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Cousin Emmy: Give The Fiddler A Dram, dance calls / Pretty Little Miss In The Garden / French harp tune / You Are My Sunshine on the rubber glove / Wilbur Ball: On The Beach Of Waikiki / Another Hawaiian Tune / Father Was Right / When It Comes To Lovin The Girls I'm Way Ahead Of The Times / I Gave Her That / Three Nights Drunk / Gooseberry Pie /

Note

Tapes 105-114 and 147-150 is the set of tapes in dark boxes from KPBS radio. There is overlap with the white box series from KPFA, except these tapes have been edited and 'cleaned up' for broadcast. And they are in stereo. Engineer: James R. Alberger, Jr.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff107

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Mike Seeger and Alice Gerrard
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Mike and Alice Seeger: You'll Find Her Name Written There / Don't Let The Deal Go Down / Queen Jane / Black Lung / Side 2 blank.

Note

Tapes 105-114 and 147-150 is the set of tapes in dark boxes from KPBS radio. There is overlap with the white box series from KPFA, except these tapes have been edited and 'cleaned up' for broadcast. And they are in stereo. Engineer: James R. Alberger, Jr.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff108

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Various, including Joel Sonnier and Friends - Impressions of the 6th San Diego Folk Festival
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Statement by Lou Curtiss / Montage of Samples / Mississippi Sawyer / Joel Sonnier and Friends: Alons A Lafayette / Caplin Waltz / A Sad Song about the Death of a Lover / He Went To The Dance Last Night / Jolie Blond /

Note

Tapes 105-114 and 147-150 is the set of tapes in dark boxes from KPBS radio. There is overlap with the white box series from KPFA, except these tapes have been edited and 'cleaned up' for broadcast. And they are in stereo. Engineer: James R. Alberger, Jr.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff109

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Joel Sonnier and the Doc Guidry Cajun Band, Square Dance with Mike Seeger and Burt Levy
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Joel Sonnier: Jolie Catan / Square Dance - Part 1: Chairs are moved out of the way, and a reel is learned then danced, called by Mike Seeger. Burt Levy then teaches a square dance. Square Dance Part 2: Burt Levy calls a square dance, Irish reel / Another square dance, called by Burt Levy - tunes 8th of January, Soldier's Joy, Mississippi Sawyer, one can hear Mike Seeger on Jews Harp /

Note

Tapes 105-114 and 147-150 is the set of tapes in dark boxes from KPBS radio. There is overlap with the white box series from KPFA, except these tapes have been edited and 'cleaned up' for broadcast. And they are in stereo. Engineer: James R. Alberger, Jr.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff110

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Afternoon Children's Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Sam Hinton and Jean Ritchie
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sam Hinton: If You're Happy And You Know It / The Barnyard Song / Jean Ritchie: What'll I Do With The Baby-O? / Sam: The Frog Song / Put Your Finger In The Air / I Woke Up In A Dry Bed / This Land Is Your Land / Jean: The Bluebird Song / And See Where The Pretty Moon Goes / Sam: Turkey In The Straw (harmonica) / Whoever Shall Have Some Good Peanuts / Sam and Jean: Take This Hammer / Side 2 blank.

Note

Tapes 105-114 and 147-150 is the set of tapes in dark boxes from KPBS radio. There is overlap with the white box series from KPFA, except these tapes have been edited and 'cleaned up' for broadcast. And they are in stereo. Engineer: James R. Alberger, Jr.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff111

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Evening Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Graineog Ceilidhe Band, Holly Tannen and Janet Smith, Guy Carawan
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Irish Tune 1 / Irish Tune 2 / Introductions / Streets of May Hornpipe / Lark In The Morning - fiddle and accordian / Hand Me Down, Joe Murtagh on fiddle / "Bluegrass" Irish Music / Smith and Tannen: The Butcher's Boy / Old Song / Sweet Sunny South / Banks of Green Willow / Henry Lee / Carawan: Introduction only.

Note

Tapes 105-114 and 147-150 is the set of tapes in dark boxes from KPBS radio. There is overlap with the white box series from KPFA, except these tapes have been edited and 'cleaned up' for broadcast. And they are in stereo. Engineer: James R. Alberger, Jr.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff112

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Evening Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Bonnie Jefferson (vocal), Robert Jeffery (piano), Thomas Shaw (guitar)
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Teeny Weenie Bit Of Your Love / I Don't Why I Love You / 24 Hours A Day / Rock Me Baby / Georgie On My Mind / In The Dark / I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal You / Announcements / Side 2 blank.

Note

Tapes 105-114 and 147-150 is the set of tapes in dark boxes from KPBS radio. There is overlap with the white box series from KPFA, except these tapes have been edited and 'cleaned up' for broadcast. And they are in stereo. Engineer: James R. Alberger, Jr.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff113

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Evening Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Debbe McClatchy, Sam Hinton
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Rocking Chair (fragment) / Apples In Winter / Best Of Friends / Sam Hinton: MacTavish Is Dead / The Irish Washerwoman, harmonica and guitar / Hog On The Mountain, false start / Starving To Death On A Government Claim / Bill Keating song "Down, Down, Down" / Father Oh Dear Father / Oh What A Beautiful City / Harmonica Tune / Harmonica Tune 2, played on chromatic harmonica / Richard Farina song, with garden hose whistle, "The Quiet Joys Of Brotherhood" / Harvest Home / Saint James Hospital - fragment / Side 2 blank.

Note

Tapes 105-114 and 147-150 is the set of tapes in dark boxes from KPBS radio. There is overlap with the white box series from KPFA, except these tapes have been edited and 'cleaned up' for broadcast. And they are in stereo. Engineer: James R. Alberger, Jr.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff114

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Evening Concert April 20, 1972

Performer: Thomas Shaw
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Katie Mae / Crazy About A Married Woman / Strange Woman / Some Men Like Doggin' / Dr. King / I Just Can't Keep From Cryin' / You Don't Know Just What The Lord Done For Me / If I Had My Way / I'm Gonna Run To The City Of Refuge / Howlin' Wolf / Side 2 blank.

Note

Tapes 105-114 and 147-150 is the set of tapes in dark boxes from KPBS radio. There is overlap with the white box series from KPFA, except these tapes have been edited and 'cleaned up' for broadcast. And they are in stereo. Engineer: James R. Alberger, Jr.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff115

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Evening Concert April 20, 1972

Performer: Rita Weill, with Holly Tannen and Janet Smith
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Friendless Mary / Friendly Mary / Sweet Sunny South / Henry Lee / Side 2 blank.

Note

This tape is part of the set of tapes in dark boxes from KPBS radio. There is overlap with the white box series from KPFA, except these tapes have been edited and 'cleaned up' for broadcast. And they are in stereo. Engineer: James R. Alberger, Jr.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff116

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Evening Concert April 21, 1972

Performer: Jean Ritchie with Roscoe Holcomb, Mike Seeger and Alice Gerrard, Debbie McClatchy
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Single Girl / with Jean Ritchie - Wandering Boy / Seegers: My Little Log Cabin By The Sea / Debbie McClatchy: Big Sur Mist And Mountains / Queen Of Fat City / Happy Endings / Pat Martin or A Piece Of Yellow Gold / The City Blues - fragment / Side 2 blank.

Note

This tape is part of the set of tapes in dark boxes from KPBS radio. There is overlap with the white box series from KPFA, except these tapes have been edited and 'cleaned up' for broadcast. And they are in stereo. Engineer: James R. Alberger, Jr.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff117

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Evening Concert April 21, 1972

Performer: Sam Chatmon
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: St. Louis Blues / She's My Baby / Ashtray Taxi / Vicksburg Blues (12-string guitar) / Move To Kansas City / Hold It On The Bottom / Prowlin' Groundhog / My Baby's Gone / That's All Right / Brown Skinned Woman /
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff118

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Evening Concert April 21, 1972

Performer: Mike Seeger and Alice Gerrard
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: A Man I Never Knew / Jew's Harp - Old Blind Drunk John / The Coal Black Choo Choo /
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff119

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Evening Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Ray and Ina Patterson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: The Sunny Side Of Life / You've Been A Friend To Me / All The Good Times Are Past And Gone / Cannonball Blues / Long Journey Home / Wish I'd Stayed In The Wagon Yard / Those Brown Eyes /
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff120

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Evening Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Guy Carawan, The California Sheiks: Sam Chatmon, Kenny Hall, Tina Walski
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Guy Carawan: Tickle Tickle Tickle / I'm Gonna Tell On You / I Woke Up In A Dry Bed / The L&N Don't Stop Here Any More / That's All Right / Barny McCabe, Doodly Doo and Soo Boy / with Ray Bierl: Paradise / If I Could Be The Rain / California Sheiks: Let The Good Times Roll / I Get The Blues When It Rains / How Come You Do Me Like You Do? / Sugar Blues / I'm A Cross-Cut Saw / That's My Baby / Ken Kramer commentary / Side 2 blank.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff121

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Evening Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Kenny Hall with The Sweets Mill String Band, Holly Tannen and others.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Kenny Hall w/ Sweets Mill Band: Little Rabbit / Katie Nora / Sandy / Hob Dye / Down In The Old Home Town / Hesitation Blues / Irish Reel / Cherokee Shuffle / Scotch Medley / Side 2 blank.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff122

6th San Diego Folk Festival - KPBS Radio Commentary Tape April 22, 1972

Performer: Ken Kramer Commentaries, Intros and Endings. Lou Curtiss talks about performers.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: A studio tape, comprising announcements, intros and endings by Ken Kramer, for editing into the broadcast tapes. Includes some information about performers and personnel at some concerts and workshops. Includes Lou Curtiss talking about the contributions of Sam Hinton, and about Jean Ritchie and her roots. Side 2 blank.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff123

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Women's Songs Workshop April 22, 1972

Performer: Mary McCaslin, Jean Ritchie, Holly Tannen, Janet Smith, Alice Gerrard, Rita Weill
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Discussion about expectations of women, dress, make-up, etc. / On the road as a woman / Berkeley Woman / Janet Smith: If You Want Your Momma's Peaches You Gotta Take The Whole Tree / Alice Seeger: Custom-Made Woman Blues / Jean Ritchie: Still I Love Him / Side 2 blank.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff124

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Religious Music Workshop April 23, 1972

Performer: Cousin Emmy, Merritt and Suzanne Herring, Mike Seeger and Alice Gerrard, Mary McCaslin
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Cousin Emmy: I'm In The Glory Land Way / Oh Lord, Please Hear This Message / Take My Hand Precious Lord / Cousin Emmy's son: Life Is Like A Mountain Railroad / I'm Gonna Take My Troubles To My Lord / Merritt & Suzanne Herring: Working On A Building / Who Will Sing For Me? / Hand In Hand With Jesus / Seegers: Bye And Bye / Mary McCaslin: Angel Band / Seegers: Motherless Child / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff147

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Concert April, 1972

Performer: Sam Hinton, Holly Tannen with Kenny Hall
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sam Hinton: Saint James Hospital / Brush Arbor Hymn: Telephone To Glory / Turn Your Radio On / Long John Green / Holly Tannen: Give The Fiddler A Dram and Bonaparte's Retreat / The Battle Of Augram / Bulgarian Tune / Grateful Dead Tune "Cold Rain And Snow" / with Kenny Hall "June Apple" / Swiss Italian Tune / Rose Tree and Fisher's Hornpipe / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff148

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Jean Ritchie
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: All My Friends Fell Out With Me / I Am A Shoe Maker By My Trade / Johnny Collins / Old Daddy Grumble / Deep Mine Disaster Ballad / Strip Mining Song "Black Waters" / The High Hills And Mountains / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff149

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert April 22, 1972

Performer: Sam Chatmon
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: St. Louis Blues / She's My Baby / Vicksburg Blues (12-string guitar) / Hold It On The Bottom / Prowlin' Groundhog / My Baby's Gone / That's All Right / Brown-Skinned Woman / Side 2 blank.

Note

Includes a couple songs played on 12-string guitar.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff150

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Children's Concert April 23, 1972

Performer: Sam Hinton and Jean Ritchie
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sam: If You're Happy And You Know It / Barnyard Song / Jean: What'll I Do With The Baby-O? / Sam: The Frog Song / Put Your Finger In The Air / I Woke Up In A Dry Bed / This Land Is Your Land / Jean: The Bluebird Song / And See Where The Pretty Moon Goes / Sam: Turkey In The Straw (harmonica) / Whoever Shall Have Some Good Peanuts / Sam and Jean: Take This Hammer / Side 2 blank.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff156

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Concert April, 1972

Performer: Bob Webb, Holly Tannen, Kenny Hall, Janet Smith, Debbie McClatchy
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bob Webb: Candy Man / Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette / Jam: Irish Tune / Ragtime Annie / Soldier's Joy Side 2 blank.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff157

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Concert April, 1972

Performer: Janet Smith, Robert Jeffery
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Janet Smith: Home Again / Jackaroo / The Lord From The Skies / Wabash Cannonball / Robert Jeffery: My Heart Is In San Diego, I'm In Fresno / Do You Feel The Way I Do? / Boogie / If You Wonder Baby / I'm Leavin' San Diego / Highway 51 / Somebody's Got To Go / Side 2 blank.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff158

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Concert April 20, 1972

Performer: Holly Tannen and Kenny Hall. Bob Webb.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Tannen and Hall: Teetotaller's Reel / Bob Webb: Travelin' Man / Charlie Brennan / Yellow Rose of Texas / The Coo Coo Bird / Dinah / Casey Jones / Roll On Columbia / Candy Man / Smoke That Cigarette / Side 2 blank.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff159

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Concert April 20, 1972

Performer: Cousin Emmy, Wilbur Ball.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Ken Kramer introduction of Cousin Emmy: Fiddle tune - Give The Fiddler A Dram, dance calls / Pretty Little Miss In The Garden / French harp tune, Shortnin' Bread / You Are My Sunshine on the rubber glove / Ken Kramer introduction of Wilbur Ball: On The Beach Of Waikiki / Hilo March and Aloha Oe / Father Was Right / When It Comes To Lovin The Girls I'm Way Ahead Of The Times / I Gave Her That / Three Nights Drunk / Gooseberry Pie / Side 2 blank.

Note

KPBS Broadcast tape.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff160

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Concert April, 1972

Performer: Rita Weill with Holly Tannen and Janet Smith
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Janet Smith: Unquenching Fire / Mouth Music - The Dirty Old Piper and Little Beggarman / Johnny Doyle / Roger The Miller / Jock of Hazeldeen / A Short Song of Murder / Monday Morning Going To School / The Bramble Briar / When I Was A Little Boy / Side 2 blank.

Note

KPBS Broadcast tape.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff161

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Concert April, 1972

Performer: Noah's Temple of Apostolic Faith, with Thomas Shaw
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: When The Roll Is Called In Heaven / Amen / Elder Tom Shaw: If A Man Goes To Hell, Who Cares? / Healing / Choir: Since I Lay My Burden Down / The Lord Is Blessing Me / I Hear Music In Air (There Must Be A God Somewhere) / Tom Shaw: You Don't Know Just What The Lord Done For Me / Side 2 blank.

Note

KPBS Broadcast tape.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff162

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Religious Music Concert April 23, 1972

Performer: Ray and Ina Patterson, Jean Ritchie
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Pattersons: You Must Walk In The Gospel Way / The ABC Song / Jean Ritchie: Sittin' On The Throne With Jesus / Brightest And Best / Side 2 blank.

Note

KPBS Broadcast tape.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff163

6th San Diego Folk Festival - Concert April 20, 1972

Performer: Mary McCaslin
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, 2-track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Show Me / Help / Walk On Out Of My Mind / Blackbird / Way Out West / San Bernardino Waltz / A Perfect Circle / Side 2 blank.
 

Subseries 7. 7th San Diego Folk Festival May 2-6, 1973

Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff170

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Concert - Part 1 Wednesday, May 2, 1973

Performer: Martin Henry
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Martin Henry: Red River Valley / I'm My Own Grandpa / You Win Again / Phantom 309 / I Like It /
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff171

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Concert - Part 2 Wednesday, May 2, 1973

Creator/Collector: Jane Voss
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Jane Voss: Storms Are On The Ocean / Jim Blake's Message / Faded Roses Of December / Country Girl Blues / Standing Behind Some Man / I'd Rather Not /
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff172

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Concert - Part 3 Wednesday, May 2, 1973

Creator/Collector: Dave Evans
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Dave Evans: Hesitating Blues / Matchbox Blues / Catfish Blues / Big Road Blues / My Beedle Um Bum / Railroad Blues / You're Gonna Look Like A Monkey When You Get Old /
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff173

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Concert - Part 4 Wednesday, May 2, 1973

Creator/Collector: Karen Nyzeli
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Karin Nyzeli: Blues Chase Up A Rabbit / La Llorona / I Loved A False Young Man / In Them Old Cotton Fields Back Home / Scofie / Lookout Mountain / The Water Is Wide /
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff174

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Concert - Part 5 Wednesday, May 2, 1973

Creator/Collector: Brian Steeger and Friends Dance Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Brian Steeger: My Love Is But A Lassie Yet / The Huntsman's Chorus /
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff175

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Concert - Part 6 Wednesday, May 2, 1973

Creator/Collector: Brian Steeger and Friends Dance Band - Part 2
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Brian Steeger: Cherokee Shuffle / My Home Waltz / flute duet - Mari's Wedding / Finnegan's Wake / Cincinnati Hormpipe or Harvest Home / Farewell To Whiskey / The King of Faeries / Flop Eared Mule
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff176

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Noon Concert - Part 1 May 3, 1973

Creator/Collector: Fiddlin' Red Simpson & The Old Scratch Band - Ray & Ina Patterson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Old Scratch Band: Tar River / Little Rabbit Where's Your Mammy? / Little Beggarman / Dinah / Lost Goose / Old Molly Hair / Whiskey Before Breakfast / Hopalong Peter / Ray & Ina Patterson: Golden Slippers / My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains / Clinch Mountain Backstep /

Note

Old Scratch Band includes: Red Simpson - fiddle, Gail Simpson - banjo, Bob Sylvester - guitar.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff177

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Noon Concert - Part 2 May 3, 1973

Creator/Collector: Ray & Ina Patterson - Jane Voss - Thomas Shaw
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Pattersons: I Found The Way / Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies / Jane Voss: Storms Are On The Ocean / Gospel Ship /I Got The Coin / Thomas Shaw: Best Gal In Town / Howlin' Wolf Prowlin' Blues / Mr. Bud Russell, Your Sawmill Is Burning Down /
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff178

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Noon Concert - Part 3 May 3, 1973

Creator/Collector: Hank & Sandy Bradley - Michael Cooney
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bradleys: home made fiddle tune / Beasties In The Sugar / Michael Cooney: Ice Cold NuGrape / Oh You New York Girls, Can't You Dance The Polka? / One Sovereign / Lena The Queen Of Palesteena / Malvina Reynolds song - The Man In The Mask / Songs To Sing In Chapel / Mother The Queen Of My Heart / A Beggin' I Will Go / Instrumental Medley - Frere Jacques, Grandfather's Clock, Daisy, Alexander's Ragtime Band, Feels Like I'm Fixin' To Die Rag, Sweet Georgia Brown /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff179

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Noon Concert - Part 4 May 3, 1973

Creator/Collector: The Normal Heights Lounge Lizards
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Lounge Lizards: Way Down In Rockingham / The Hungry Hash House / Look Before You Leap / Devilish Mary / Soldier's Joy / Leavin' Home / Sail Away Ladies /

Note

(Perhaps including Sarah Kerr, Carlos Calabi, Mike Schway, E.Z. Marc Paschman, Bruce Cluberson, Johnny Jazz Jones, Lee Birch and Jay Waelder)
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff180

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Noon Concert - Part 5 May 3, 1973

Creator/Collector: Jim Ringer, Ellen Bush and Jeff Thorn - Gross Junction with Hay, Feed & Grain
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Ellen Bush : Sweet Sunny South / Didn't He Ramble / The Baltimore Fire / Georgia Railroad / Junction & Grain: Fiddle Tune 1 / Over The Waterfall / Soldier's Joy / Ways Of The World / Little Sadie /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff181

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Noon Concert - Part 6 May 3, 1973

Creator/Collector: Gross Junction with Hay, Feed & Grain - Mary McCaslin, Hank & Sandy Bradley
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Junction & Grain: Fiddle Tune / Mary McCaslin: Hollywood My Home Away From Home On The Range / Drink Up And Go Home / Blackbird / I'll Fly Away / The San Bernardino Waltz / Bradleys: The Blues Ain't Nothin' But A Good Man Feelin' Bad / Fall By The Wayside / Hen House Blues (Rooster On A Limb) /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff182

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Noon Concert - Part 7 May 3, 1973

Creator/Collector: Will Pate - Coxie and Tony
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Will Pate: Country Smile / Too Long / Borderline Song / 100% Sweet and Pure / Bye and Bye / Coxie and Tony: Ragged Woman / Space Ship Ride /

Note

Lou Curtiss says of Will Pate and Coxie & Tony: "Whenever you leave an open microphone to take a break at a festival someone gets up and decides to be a star. Usually it's someone who's music doesn't fit into the format you've got going. That's surely the case with Will Pate and Coxie & Tony. I didn't hire them and the only reason they got recorded is because Jim & Mary took a lunch break from emceeing and the guy I had taping didn't. I almost hate to see their music sent on as part of the collection but I guess that's part of doing a festvial. I'd like it known that I didn't hire them and don't consider their music part of what I was trying to present."
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff183

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Noon Concert - Part 8 May 3, 1973

Performer: Coxie and Tony - The Chocolate Hot Water Bottle (Band)
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Coxie and Tony: December's Fire / Till I See You Again / Earthquake / Chocolate: Whiskey Before Breakfast / Fisher's Hornpipe / Polly Put The Kettle On /

Note

The Chocolate Hot Water Bottle features: Hank & Sandy Bradley, The Old Hat Band, Jim Ringer, The Old Scratch Band, Mary McCaslin, others.
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff184

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Noon Concert - Part 9 May 3, 1973

Performer: The Chocolate Hot Water Bottle (Band)
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Chocolate: End of Polly Put The Kettle On / Jordan Is A Hard Road To Travel / Liza Jane / Milwaukee Blues / Policeman / Little Beggarman / Cherokee Shuffle /

Note

The Chocolate Hot Water Bottle features: Hank & Sandy Bradley, The Old Hat Band, Jim Ringer, The Old Scratch Band, Mary McCaslin, others.
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff185

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Noon Concert - Part 10 May 3, 1973

Performer: The Tom Collins String Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Tom Collins: Honey Babe, I'm Bound To Ride / You Are My Flower / Old Joe Clark / Banks Of The Ohio / Cripple Creek / Fiddle Tune / Maple Leaf Rag /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff186

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Evening Concert - Part 1 May 3, 1973

Performer: Michael Cooney
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Michael Cooney: Instrumental, 12-string guitar and harmonica / Itches In My Britches / Go Down To The Bottom / I Wish I Was A Mole In The Ground / I Wish That I'd Been Born In Borneo / Red Velvet Steering Wheel Cover Driver / The Arkansas Traveler /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff187

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Evening Concert - Part 2 May 3, 1973

Performer: Thomas "Tom Cat" Courtney and Henry Ford Thompson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Courtney & Thompson: Dust My Broom / Rock Me Baby / I Wonder Lord I Wonder / Hoochie Coochie Man / I Can't Stand To See You Go / There Is Something On Your Mind / Change / Memphis (guitar instrumental) / Outside Help / Baby Please
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff188

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Evening Concert - Part 3 May 3, 1973

Performer: The Old Scratch Band: Fiddlin' Red Simpson, Frailin' Gail Simpson, Bob Sylvester on guitar
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Old Scratch Band: Dinah / Little Rabbit / Tar River / Going' Down The River / Old Mother Flannagan / Darlin' Nellie Grey / Sally In The Garden / Liberty / Soldier's Joy / Old Mother Logo / Whiskey Before Breakfast / Lost Goose /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff189

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Evening Concert - Part 4 May 3, 1973

Performer: Jim Ringer and Mary McCaslin
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Jim Ringer: Just A Cowpoke / Gambling $6 In Vegas / Jack Daniels / My Valley's Red Wine (recitation) / Old Father Time / with Mary McCaslin: Then She Leaves Me / Oh Can You See That Turtle Dove? / Rank Stranger / Baby Rocked Her Dolly / Mary McCaslin: Way Out West /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff190

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Evening Concert - Part 5 May 3, 1973

Creator/Collector: Mary McCaslin
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Mary McCaslin: San Bernardino Waltz (fragment) / Hollywood My Home Away From Home On The Range / Mr. Shorty / with Jim Ringer: Loose Talk /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff191

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Evening Concert - Part 6 May 3, 1973

Creator/Collector: Robert Jeffery
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Robert Jeffery: Little-Legged Woman / It's Been Too Long Baby / Love Me Hug Me Rub Me / I'm Leavin' / Tremblin' / You Went To The Restroom / Don't Get Happy, Please (instrumental) / Fat Man / Bob's Bounce /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff192

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Evening Concert - Part 7 May 3, 1973

Creator/Collector: Curt Bouterse
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Curt Bouterse: My Dixie Darling / Lady Of Carlisle / I'm Bound For The Promised Land / Drink Ye Of Mother's Wine / You/ve Been A Friend To Me / Southeast Asian Mouth Organ - Angeline The Baker / with Brian Steeger, fiddle - Bouterse, Hammer dulcimer - Temperance Reel / Same: The Ways Of The World / Ducks On The Pond / Mississippi Sawyers /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff193

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Evening Concert, Panhandling Workshop, Part 1 May 3 and 4, 1973

Creator/Collector: Curt Bouterse, Hank and Sandy Bradley , Brian Steeger, The Old Hat Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Curt Bouterse: Ducks On The Pond / Mississippi Sawyers / (Curtiss193mix2.wav) Bradleys, fiddle and piano: Instrumental 1 / Instrumental 2 / Instrumental 3 / Instrumental 4 (Orange Blossom Special) / Instrumental 5 / Panhandling Workshop: Definition and Etymology of "Panhandling" / A History Lesson by Hank Bradley / Modern Origins In Berkeley / Stilt-Walking Panhandling Band / Develop A Loud Voice / How To Collect The Money / Working The Crowd / Police Relations /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff194

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Panhandling Workshop, Part 2 May 4, 1973

Creator/Collector: Hank Bradley and The Old Hat Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Panhandling Workshop: The Sidewalk As A Stage / Good Clothes / Talk To People / The Science Of Panhandling / The Margin Of Profit On No Product At All / Cheap Documents / The Techniques: The Draw / Block The Sidewalk / From Confusion Comes Money / Technique: The Payoff / Technique: Dispersing The Crowd / Understanding The Police / Shills - Salting the Container / Anecdotes / How To Break into The Trade / Practical Matters / Questions /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff195

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Panhandling Workshop, Parts 1 and 2 May 4, 1973

Creator/Collector: Hank Bradley and The Old Hat Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Panhandling Workshop: This is a secondary tape - same material as on Tapes 193 and 194, but all on one tape, recorded at 3 3/4 ips.
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff196

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Afternoon Concert - Part 1 May 4, 1973

Creator/Collector: Sam Chatmon and Kenny Hall. The Dr. Avery P. Snootfull Wonder Cure Medicine Show, Otis Pierce
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sam Chatmon with Kenny Hall: Outskirts Of Town / Let The Good Times Roll / God Don't Like Ugly / Snootfull: Introductions / Policeman / The Wonder Cure / Devilish Mary / The Lazy Farmer Boy Who Wouldn't Hoe His Corn / The Wonder Cure Explained / Bill Cheatum / Demonstration Of The Wonder Cure / Side 2: Snootfull: Activation of the Tea Bag / Frankie and Johnnie, or Leaving Home / Sales Pitch - Pictures, Cups, Records and More / Rye Whiskey / Old Joe Clark / Wonder Curative Teeth / Water Bound And I Can't Get Home / Otis Pierce: Greenback Dollar / Take Your Hand Off Of It, It Don't Belong To You / The Little Girl At The Rich Man's Door /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff197

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Afternoon Concert - Part 2 May 4, 1973

Performer: Otis Pierce, Kenny Hall, Rick Epping, Graham & Ginnie Wickham, Hank & Sandy Bradley
Performer: Wade Mainer, Wilbur Ball, Martin Henry, Ray & Ina Patterson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Otis Pierce: Foggy Mountain Top / Jingle for Carnation Milk / All That I've Got Is A Worried Mind / Pierce's Park Theme / Sweets Mill Theme / Graham & Ginnie Wickham, Hank Bradley, 2nd fiddle: Whoa, Mule / Cluck Old Hen / The Old Soldier / Wade Mainer: Uncloudy Day / In The Pines / Hopalong Peter / I Have A Clear Title / Going To Georgie (banjo and French harp) / (Curtiss197mix4.wav) Hank & Sandy Bradley: Old Tune / My Long Journey Home / The Longford Collector and The Sailor's Bonnet / Dixon County Blues / The Blues Ain't Nothing But A Good Man Feelin' Bad / Beasties In The Sugar / Wilbur Ball: On The Beach Of Waikiki / Father Was Right / Hilo March / I'm A Way Ahead Of The Time / Steel Guitar Rag / Side 2: Ray & Ina Patterson: Salty Dog / The Maple On The Hill / The Old True Lover /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff198

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert - Part 1 May 4, 1973

Creator/Collector: Rita Weill, Janet Smith
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Rita Weill: I Drew My Ship Unto The Harbor / Long Peg And Awl / Monday Morning Going To School / Roger The Miller / Graveyard Song / The Bitter Withy / Janet Smith: King Henry and The Ghost / In The Morning / New Country Rock / Cocaine Blues /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff199

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert - Part 2 May 4, 1973

Creator/Collector: Blackwater Side: Rita Weill, Janet Smith, Allen MacCleod, with Tony Marcus on fiddle.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Blackwater: Boldly I'll March With The Blue / Ways Nee For Prince Charlie / Old Church Song - Gou Dae Tae / The Flowers Of Edinburgh / Scarborough Fair / Down By Blackwater Side / Eggs And Marrow Bone /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff200

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert - Part 3 May 4, 1973

Creator/Collector: Thomas Shaw and friends, Bernard Williams, 2nd guitar and Robert Jeffery, piano
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Thomas Shaw: Best Little Gal In Town / Blues Instrumental / Boa Constrictor / Rock My Baby Back Home / Please Don't Leave This Town (vocal, Robert Jeffery) / I Don't Want No Woman If Her Hair Ain't No Longer Than Mine / Worried About You Baby /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff201

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert - Part 4 May 4, 1973

Creator/Collector: Rick Epping and Sandy Miller - Utah Phillips (fragment from a previous concert)
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Rick & Sandy: Tune 1 / Jenkins Hornpipe / Give Me Your Hand / Ducks On The Pond / Great Dream From Heaven / Slow Air and Whitglow Hornpipe / La Batalle / Tim Maloney's Reel and The High Reel / Slip Jig - The Dory Jig / Wedding Dress / The Fox Chase / Bruce Phillips: Bread and Roses (fragment) / I Believe If I Lived My Life Again /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff202

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert - Part 5 May 4, 1973

Creator/Collector: U. Utah Phillips, with A.J. Soars, guitar
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Phillips: Cannonball Blues / Jokes about Utah and it's inhabitants / Plastic Surgery On A Mule's Ass / Introductions to songs not yet written / My Son Duncan / Daddy What's A Train? / Old People / Urban Renewal / They're Runnin' The Bums Out Of Town / Wage Slaves and Bosses / The Last Run of the Wabash Cannonball (story) / Wabash Cannonball (the song) / This Cannonball Is Never Coming Back (song) / The Goodnight Loving Trail /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff203

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert - Part 6 May 4, 1973

Performer: U. Utah Phillips, with A.J. Soars, guitar, Guy Carawan, Norman Kennedy
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bruce Phillips: If I Had A List, And If I Only Knew / Livin' In The Good Way (song about Touchstone Farm / Guy Carawan: Hammer dulcimer medley - Tune #1, Irish Washerwoman, Tune #2, Little Beggarman / Norman Kennedy: Whisky, Whiskey, Nancy-O / Erin Go Bragh / The Jealous Woman Ballad (Binnorie) / She Was A Rum One, But A Bonnie One / Story - Two Hump Backed Lads /
Box 8, Item 2007.04sdff204

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert - Part 7 May 4, 1973

Performer: Sweets Mill String Band: Kenny Hall, Harry Liedstrand, Ron Tinkler, Jim Ringer, Cary Lung
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sweets Mill: Fiddle Tune #1 / Maggie Walker Blues / In The Pines / Dubuque / Wearin' Of The Green / The Cardboard Reel / Uncle Dave Macon Song: She's Got The Money Too / Give The Fiddler A Dram / Little Beggarman / Your Long Journey Home / Johnson Boys / Willow Garden / Katie Nora /
Box 9, Item 2007.04sdff205

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Ballad Workshop May 5, 1973

Performer: Sandy & Caroline Paton, with Sam Hinton, Otis Pierce, Wade Mainer, Graham & Genny Wickham
Performer: Ray & Ina Patterson, Janet Smith
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Hinton: He's Been All Around This World / Pattersons: There Was A Time / Pierce: The Orphan Girl / Caroline Paton: The Four Marys / Wade Mainer: Wild Bill Jones / Otis Pierce: Export Girl (version of Knoxville Girl) / Wickhams: Blackjack Davey / Janet Smith: Lord Bateman / Sandy & Caroline Paton: Three Ravens
Box 9, Item 2007.04sdff206

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Workshops Fiddle Music, Banjo, Irish Music, Women's Music, Sam Chatmon & Kenny Hall May 5, 1973

Performer: Various performers
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, quarter track, mono ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Banjo workshop (Part 2):Tilden - Hank Bradley / Tune 2 / Old Molly Hair / Wade Mainer: developing two-finger playing style, Fly Away Ladies / Charlie Poole style playing - Ellen / Wade Mainer story about Charlie Poole / "classical" banjo style / banjo manufacturers / banjo setup, strings, fretless banjo / Everybody: Cripple Creek / Mandolin Workshop: Kenny Hall - the mandolin is the easiest instrument to play / Red Wing / Ray Patterson: special tuning in D - Ruben's Train / My Own Home Waltz / Kenny's "frailing" style of playing, If I Lose, Let Me Lose / Uncle Dave Macon Tune, Goin' Down That Line / Ray & Ina Patterson: Sunny Side Of Life / Boil The Cabbage Down / 4 mandolins, including Cary Lung and Harry Liedstrand: Jesse James / Liberty Reel / Swedish Hambo / What makes a good mandolin? / Hobb Dye / Side 1, Track 2: Irish Workshop: Concertina Tune, Jenkins Hornpipe / Reel 1, The Boling Hunt? / Reel 2 / Stylings and Ornamentation / Kenny Halls "frailing" style on mandolin / Triplets - The Boys Of Blue Hill / Derived from Pipe Styling / Triplets and Mordants - Mountain Roads / More Mordants - Birmingham Hornpipe / Little Beggarman / Lamplighter's Hornpipe / Irish Fiddle Styles / The County Theme of Galway (2 ways) / The Strasthpey / A Schottische / Stirling Castle Strasthpey / Old Strasthpey / Sources of Irish Music - bibliography / Money Musk / Nature of Irish Tunes, "tuneless" the way the fiddler's play it (Kenny Hall) / The Women's Movement / Custom Made Woman Blues (Tannen) / Standing Behind Some Man (Voss) / The Struggle / Private Property (N. Katz) / Mary McCaslin - "I'm Not As Fanatical" / "A Lady Is Never Unintentionally Vulgar" / Why There Are Fewer Women Folk Singers / Priscilla Avenue (Mary McCaslin) / Bonnie Jefferson on Women's Lib and Starting Off Playing In San Diego / Being A Parent and A Performer / Old Country Rock (Janet Smith & Larry Hanks)/ Janet Smith - Mama's Peaches (Janet Smith) / McCaslin - Way Out West / Weill - Davy Faa / Side 2: Fiddle Workshop: Arkansas Traveler, everyone / Fiddlers Explain Themselves / Dusty Miller, played in various styles by John Burke,Ginnie Wickham, Hank Bradley & Harry Liedstrand / Some fiddle history / Regional styles / Tuning up, EAEA, dance tune - John Brown, by Hank Bradley / Temperance Reel, by Red Simpson / Texas Style, Blackberry Blossom, by Ron Hughey and Frank Hicks / Orange Blossom Special - train sound effects, Ron Hughey and Frank Hicks / Other sound effects, animals, et cetera / The Blacksmith, John Burke / Ron Hughey and Frank Hicks: The Shannon Waltz / Another cross-tuning, Bonaparte's Retreat / Texas long-bow, legato playing with "bow vibrato", other techniques / Rickett's Hornpipe, Hank Bradley and John Burke / Irish Tune, The Musical Priest, John Burke / Ron Hughey and Frank Hicks: Swing fiddle, Sweet Georgia Brown / The Hornpipe / Turkey In The Straw, all fiddlers / Banjo Workshop (Part 1): Wade Mainer: Old Reuben / Frailing explained / Ellen: I Don't Love Nobody / Soldier's Joy / How I Learned / Cripple Creek / Walkin' In The Parlor / Types Of Banjos / What The Thumb and Finger Are Doing / Side 2, Track 2: Rita Weill - Davey Fa / Sam Chatmon and Kenny Hall: Sugar Blues / Let The Good Times Roll / I Get The Blues When It Rains / All Night Long / How Long? / California Blues / It's Good Eatin' Meat / Corrina, Corrina / Nobody's Sweetheart / Put Some Sugar In My Coffee /

Note

List of Performers: Fiddle Workshop - John Burke, Red Simpson, Hank Bradley, Harry Liedstrand, Frank Hicks, Ron Hughey, Ginnie Wickham. Banjo Workshop: Ellen Bush, Gail Simpson, Ron Tinkler, Graham Wickham, Pete Everwine, John Burke, Jeff Thorne, Wade Mainer, Hank Bradley. Irish Music: Kenny Hall, Rick Epping, Sandy Miller. Women's Workshop: Rita Weill, Jane Voss, Janet Smith, Holly Tannen, Mary McCaslin , Bonnie Jefferson, Nancy Katz. Sam Chatmon and Kenny Hall
Box 9, Item 2007.04sdff207

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Ozarks Music Workshop May 5, 1973

Performer: Otis Pierce and Jim Ringer
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: A couple of Ozark jokes / Granny's Song / Sorghum Molasses, Corn Bread and Cow Peas / Give My Love To Nell / There'll Come A Time / Jimmy Deal, or On A Slow Train Through Arkansas / Otis And The Butane Tank / Zeb Turney's Girl / Bald Knobber's Beating / Bald Headed End Of A Broom / Jewsharp Boogie / Darlin' Forgive Me / Cowboy Version of John Riley / Anabelle / Once I Loved A Blue Eyed Darlin' / Greenback Dollar / Black Waters / Side 2: Black Waters / Then Forever, You're On My Mind /
Box 9, Item 2007.04sdff208

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Workshops 1 May 5, 1973

Creator/Collector: Labor Workshop: U.Utah Phillips, Michael Cooney, Jim Ringer, Nancy Katz, Jane Voss
Creator/Collector: Tall Tales (Part1): Utah Phillips, Otis Pierce, Jim Ringer
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Labor - Phillips: rap with sound technian / Story About Dave Van Ronk and Jack Elliot / Talk About Songs Of And About "Working Men" / Keep That Wheel A-Turning / Utah Phillips talks about unions and class / People, especially musicians, own the musical tradition, you don't have to pay for it / Meatpackers' Union Song "We Have Fed You All For A Thousand Years" / Jim Ringer: Waiting For The Hard Times To Go / Nancy Katz: The Union Maid / Jane Voss: Miner's Prayer / Phillips: Things Haven't Changed That Much / Cooney: Man's Patient Hand / Phillips:Using Old Tunes for Union Songs / Protest Songs and working class songs / Song - Dump The Bosses Off Your Back / Tell Me Something Mr. Lumberjack / Katz: Bread and Roses / Voss: Cotton Mill Girls / Cooney: I'm A Poor Cotton Weaver (beginning) / Side 2: Labor - Cooney: Poor Cotton Weaver (conclusion) / Phillips: The Power of the Worker / Bill Heywood, Western union organizer - "de-horning" a town / Song - "Nevada Jane" / Ringer: All Of God's Children Ain't Free / Katz: Private Property / Voss: Rich Man, Poor Man / Announcements / Phillips et al: Joe Hill's Best Song - There Is Power In The Union / Tall Tales - Phillips: Halleluah I'm A Bum, with stories about his Uncle and about his "Two Aunts" / Otis Pierce: Fishing On The Blacktop / Ringer: Riding Freight Trains with Bruce Phillips / Pierce: Ozark farming story / Ringer: How We Heard About California, Trading Armadillos for Bears / Pierce: Bear Hunting (beginning) /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Workshops 2 May 5, 1973

Performer: Tall Tales (conclusion: U.Utah Phillips, Otis Pierce, Jim Ringer
Performer: Bawdy Songs: Michael Cooney, Rita Weill, Norman Kennedy, Sam Chatmon, Otis Pierce, Jim Ringer
Performer: Songwriters (Part 1): Mary McCaslin, Janet Smith, Jim Ringer
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Tall Tales (conclusion): Phillips: The Stud Rooster / Pierce: The Little Rooster Don / Phillips: Duck Ranching In Utah / Ringer: Alligator Shoes / Phillips: Bass Fishing / Pierce: Little Falling Rock / Phillips: Texas and Texans / Ringer: Story About Otis's Bar In Fresno / Pierce: Horse Joke / Phillips: Sheep Jokes / Unknown: The Green Side Up / Phillips: Rattlesnake Jack / Pierce: My Little Dog / Unknown: Buried With All His Money / Phillips: Took My Dog To New York / Phillips: The Lucky Bullet / Pierce: Difference Between A Tick And A Snake / Phillips: French Canadian at the Urinal / Phillips: The Rummy Dummy Line / Bawdy Songs: American attitudes toward bawdy songs / Cooney: Hi Jimmy Johnson / Weill: The Threshing Machine / Kennedy: Green Leaves O Green-o / Chatmon: It's Your Last Time / Chatmon: I Got The Whiskey And You Got The Gin / Side 2: Bawdy Songs (continued) Chatmon: The Screwdriver / Black Night / Cooney: Nine Times A Night / Kennedy: Three Old Whores / Weill: The Cunning Cobbler / Chatmon: Joke About A Rump Roast / Otis Pierce: She Never Gets Drownded / Ringer: The Big Black Bull Came Down From The Mountain / Pierce: Take Your Hand Off Of It, It Don't Belong To You / Pierce: Bawdy Rag "Yas, Yas, Yas" / Ringer: Street Vendor Song - "Any Ice Today Ladies?" / Pierce: Nancy Brown, She Come Rolling Down The Mountain / Chatmon: Jet Black Woman / Songwriters: Janet Smith: Johnny's Lullabye / Mary McCaslin: Circle Of Friends (Introduction only) /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Workshops 3 May 5, 1973

Creator/Collector: Songwriter's Workshop (Part 2): Utah Phillips, Mary McCaslin, Jim Ringer, Jane Voss, Jack Tempchin
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: McCaslin: Circle of Friends (concluded) / Ringer: I Want To Go Home / Phillips: How I assemble a song, and why it doesn't belong to me / Queen Of The Rails / Voss: Keep In Mind / Tempchin: 15 Days Under The Hood / Smith: I'm Learning With You / McCaslin: If You Don't Intend To Stay, Why Don't You Go? / Phillips: The common, organic rhythm of the language - tune your ears to listen to it / A Love Song - She'll Never Be Mine / Voss: Both Sides Of The Coin / Tempchin: You Gotta Move To Make Your Dreams Come True /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert, Part 1 May 5, 1973

Performer: Wade Mainer with Martin Henry
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: On The Beach Of Waikiki / Mother Queen Of My Heart / Do You Ever Think Of Me / Father Was Right / I'm A Way Ahead Of The Time / Steel Guitar Polka / Henry:Waiting For A Train / Henry: A Mother's Promise / Ball: Tune 2 / Hello Hawaii, How Are You?, Goodbye / I Gave Her That / Gooseberry Pie /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert, Part 2 May 5, 1973

Performer: Sweets Mill Mountain Boys: Ron Hughey - fiddle, Frank Hicks - guitar, Pete Everwine - banjo
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Texas Quick Step / Gold Rush / Cricket On The Hearth / Mississippi Sawyer / Forked Deer / Twinkle Twinkle Little Star / Yellow Gals / Orange Blossom Special / Turkey In The Straw / Cackling Hen / Sally Johnson - Buffalo Breakdown / Announcement of start of the Square Dance, tape ends /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert, Part 3 May 5, 1973

Creator/Collector: Ray & Ina Patterson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: The Sunny Side Of Life / Shine On Me / Gathering Flowers From The Hillside / Do You Wonder Why? / Keep On The Sunny Side / New River Train / Long Journey Home / Short Life Of Trouble / Foolish Questions / Darling Think What You Have Done / Just Because /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert, Part 4 May 5, 1973

Creator/Collector: Otis Pierce, Sam Chatmon with Tina Walski on fiddle
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Otis Pierce: Footprints In The Snow / The Burglar Man / Tyin' Knots In The Devil's Tail / Frank's Ranch / What Is The Old Bachelor Made Out Of? / She's Gone So Far From Me / Wonder Valley / Sweet Fern / Breakdown - Juice Harp (Dan Schell) and 12-string guitar / Sam Chatmon: St. Louis Blues / Baby Please Come Back To Me / I'm A Cross-Cut Saw / The Lead's All Gone /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert, Part 4 May 5, 1973

Creator/Collector: Otis Pierce, Sam Chatmon with Tina Walski on fiddle
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Otis Pierce: Footprints In The Snow / The Burglar Man / Tyin' Knots In The Devil's Tail / Frank's Ranch / What Is The Old Bachelor Made Out Of? / She's Gone So Far From Me / Wonder Valley / Sweet Fern / Breakdown - Juice Harp (Dan Schell) and 12-string guitar / Sam Chatmon: St. Louis Blues / Baby Please Come Back To Me / I'm A Cross-Cut Saw / The Lead's All Gone /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert, Part 5 May 5, 1973

Creator/Collector: Sam Chatmon with Tina Walski on fiddle, Robert Jeffery on piano, Rick Epping on harp
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sam Chatmon: Hold It On The Bottom / My Baby's Gone / Sugar Blues / When That Evening Sun Goes Down / What's The Name Of That Thing? / We Shall Be Free / When The Saints Go Marching In
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert, Part 6 May 5, 1973

Creator/Collector: Graham and Ginnie Wickham
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Hell Among The Yearlings / The Worried Blues / Salt Creek / Don't Let Your Deal Go Down / Wild Bill Jones / Blues In The Bottle / The Bloody Shirt / Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss / Orange Blossom Special /Combination Rag /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Night Concert, Part 7 May 5, 1973

Creator/Collector: Wade and Julia Mainer
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains / Dream Of The Miner's Child / Hopalong Peter / Waiting / Going To Georgia / We Courted In The Rain / Jonah (sung by Julia) / Silver-Haired Daddy Of Mine / I Want To See My Jesus /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Sunday Morning Religious Music Workshop, Part 1 May 6, 1973

Performer: Wade and Julia Mainer, Ray and Ina Patterson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Mainers: I've Got A Home In That Rock / When Our Lord Should Come Again / I've Got A Home In The Solid Rock / I've Got A Clear Title To A Mansion / God Is God / Stroll Over Heaven With You / With the Pattersons: The Old Account Was Settled Long Ago / Pattersons: Wait For The Light To Shine / Walking In The Gospel Way / Shine On Me / I Found The Way /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Sunday Morning Religious Music Workshop, Part 2 May 6, 1973

Creator/Collector: Wilbur Ball, Sam Chatmon, Greater Berkeley Strict Temperance Choir
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Wilbur Ball: The Old Rugged Cross / In The Garden / Aloha Oe / Sam Chatmon: I've Got A Long Journey To Go / The Lord Will Make A Way Somehow / I Want To Go Where Jesus Is / When I Lay My Burden Down / Temperance Choir: Diamonds In The Rough / Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies / I Bid You Good Night /
Box 9, Item 2007.04sdff220

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Sunday Concert, Part 1 May 6, 1973

Creator/Collector: The Old Hat Band: John Burke, fiddle - Ellen Bush, banjo - Jeff Thorn, guitar
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: The Tennessee Wagoner / I Don't Love Nobody / Eight More Miles To Louisville / The Gypsy Girl / The Sweetest Gift A Mother's Smile / Salt Creek / The Arkansas Sheik / The Dying Texas Ranger / There'll Be No Distinction There / Jordan Is A Hard Road To Travel /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Sunday Concert, Part 2 May 6, 1973

Performer: Larry Hanks and Friends: Genny Haley, Jane Voss, others.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Apple Picker's Reel / Danville Girl / Little Joe The Wrangler / Sewing On The Mountain, Reaping In The Valley / The Farmer's Wife and The Devil (updated) / Haleel Flute medley - "I'm Going Away for To Stay A Little While", then a tune Pete Seeger used to play on recorder, and finally "Scotland The Brave" / The Ruler Of The Queen's Navy / With Genny Haley and Jane Voss: The Henry Smith Memorial Granite Block / Marty Songberg joins Larry and Genny on Little Sadie / I Wish I'd Bought Me A Half A Pint And Stayed In The Wagon Yard / Gid Tanner song - Big Ball's In Brooklyn /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Sunday Concert, Part 3 May 6, 1973

Performer: Holly Tannen and Friends: Marty Somberg, fiddle and Rick Epping, accordian
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Dulcimer Song in Bulgarian / No More Cane On The Brazos / Why Do You Bob Your Hair Girls? / Oh Death / French Dance Tune 13:00 / With Marty Somberg joining on fiddle: Table Mountain Road / Medley: Mountain Road, Drowsy Maggie, The Flowers Of Edinburgh / The Battle of Auchrim /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Sunday Concert, Part 4 May 6, 1973

Performer: Sandy and Caroline Paton
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Flim A Lim (a version of "The Cambric Shirt" or "The Devil's 9 Questions") / Love Come A-Trinkelin' Down / I'm Goin' Where The Chilly Winds Don't Blow / All Of My Friends Fell Out With Me / The Foggy Dew / The Cruel Brother / Version of The Corpus Christi Carol / Sardines
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Sunday Concert, Part 5 May 6, 1973

Performer: Kenny Hall, joined by Larry Hanks on guitar and Bill Hunter on banjo
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: A Long Way To Tipperary / When The Roses Bloom Beside The River / Irish Drinking Song / Oh For The Life Of A Cowboy / joined by Larry Hanks: Fisher's Hornpipe / Gid Tanner's Hornpipe / The Texas State Anthem by Kenny Hall / joined by Bill Hunter: Dixie Medley / The North Sanger Blues / Hawaiian Blues / Soldier's Joy / Dubuque / Mississippi Sawyer /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Sunday Concert, Part 6 May 6, 1973

Creator/Collector: Sam Hinton
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: I Want To Die Easy When I Die / Turn Your Radio On / Lord Bateman / Father Oh Dear Father / Hard Times In The Criderville Jail / The Eagle's Whistle (guitar solo) / Bonaparte's Retreat (on harmonica) / Oh What A Beautiful City (voice and harmonica) / It's A Long Way From Amphioxus / Train Sounds - Humming and Whistling / Answer Back Song / Woody Guthrie song, Deportees / Hog On The Mountain (guitar and harmonica) / encore - song written by Sam's daughter, Leanne Hinton - "The Land Knows You're There" /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Post Festival Hoot at Folk Arts Rare Records: Part 1 May, 1973

Creator/Collector: Mary McCaslin, The Old Hat Band (Ellen Bush, John Burk), U. Utah Phillips
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: McCaslin: Oh Hollywood, My Home Away From Home On The Range / G-minor tuning - Let It Be Me / If You Don't Intend To Stay, Why Don't You Go? / Thanks A Lot / Old Hat Band: Cattle In The Corn / Cat's Got The Measles, Dog's Got The Whoopin' Cough / Goodbye Miss Liza Jane / Hopalong Peter / Utah Phillips: Drug On The Market Of My Heart / The Last Ride / Song Not Written By Leadbelly, "Relocation Blues" / Intro to The Green Rolling Hills Of West Virginia /
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7th San Diego Folk Festival - Post Festival Hoot at Folk Arts Rare Records: Part 2 May, 1973

Creator/Collector: U. Utah Phillips, Hank and Sandy Bradley, Norman Kennedy, Michael Cooney
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Phillips: The Green Rolling Hills Of West Virginia / Bradleys: The Left All Alone Blues / Frankie and Albert / Balkan Tune / Jose, Appliance Healer / Norman Kennedy: Come All Ye Born Heroes / The Highland Clearin's / The Hole Below My Belly-O / Cooney: I Never Did See Before / Wing Dong Dilly (The Carrion Crow) / Con Un Rayito De Luna /
Box 9, Item 2007.04sdff228

7th San Diego Folk Festival - Post Festival Hoot at Folk Arts Rare Records: Part 3 May, 1973

Performer: Robert Jeffery, Martin Henry - Holly Tannen with Ellen Bush
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Jeffery: Somebody / I'm A Stranger / My Home Is In San Diego, But I Went To Fresno / Henry: Fraulein / Mayne Smith song, Empty Hangers / Long Gone Lonesome Blues / Lovesick Blues / Tannen: I Care Not For These Ladies, and Never Beaten Sail / Shel Silverstein Song - What Do You Do When You're Young And White And Jewish? / George Barabsa, O'Carolan Tune (on piano) /
 

Subseries 8. 8th San Diego Folk Festival April 20-30, 1974

Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff299

Day of Folk Music at U.C.S.D. - Kickoff To 8th San Diego Folk Festival April, 1974

Creator/Collector: Merle Travis, Sam Hinton, Harmonica Frank Floyd, Ray Bierl with Brian Steeger, Old Hat Band
Creator/Collector: The La Jolla Country Dance Orchestra, New Honky Tonk Band, Kenny Hall and Joe Gwaltney
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, quarter track mono ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Sam Hinton: Goodbye, Old Paint / On The Banks Of The Roses / One Morning In May / The Downfall Of Paris (harmonica & guitar) / Sowing On The Mountain (harmonica, vocal, guitar) / Green Grow The Lilacs / Henry Martin / Whiskey For My Johnny / Sam Hinton: Penny Whistle - Harvest Home / Haleel flute song, "The Quiet Joys of Brotherhood" / Fiberglass tubing flute tune / PVC flute tune / Sam Hinton: The Kangaroo (Carrion Crow) / No More / It's Gonna Rain Like Hell / Harmonica Styles - "Mr. Tunstall's Hoedown" / Harmonica tune / Minstrel tune - "The Old Folks At Home" / The Rivers Of Texas / Lost John / La Jolla Dance Orchestra: Farewell To Whiskey / Off She Goes / Appalachian Tune / Police Man / Whistle Thing, An Irish Waltz / Prince William / Medley of Irish Hornpipes / Yellow Rose Of Texas / Arkansas Traveler - Mississippi Sawyer / Dance Tune 1 / Dill Pickle Rag / Irish Jigs - Corn On The Cob and ?? / Dance Tune 2 / The Gentle Maiden / Dance Tune 3 / Frank Floyd: Step It Up And Go / Swamp Root / She Done Moved / Just Can't Be Your Dog / Side 1, Track B: Merle Travis: Nine Pound Hammer / Sweet Temptation / That's All / Divorce Me C.O.D. / Kentucky Means Paradise / I Am A Pilgrim / Dark As A Dungeon, with story about how he wrote the song / That's What I Like About That Fat Gal Of Mine / Walkin' The Strings / Cannonball Rag / I'll See You In My Dreams / Saturday Night Shuffle / Sixteen Tons / Smoke, Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette / Wildwood Flower, Carter style then Travis style (break in recording) / White Heat / Ray Bierl: Bill Morgan And His Gal / You've Been A Friend To Me / Ain't Gonna Rain No More / I've Been All Around This World / Phantom 309 / I Got Mine / Nobody / Way Out There / New Honky Tonk Band: Way Down Town / In The Pines / Hot Corn, Cold Corn / Hot Banjo Tune / The Queen Of Honky Tonk Street / I Truly Understand That You Love Another Man / Give Me 40 Acres And I'll Turn This Rig Around / Losin' You Might Be The Best Thing Yet / Buffalo Springfield song, (Salt Creek) / Fiddle Tune / You Done Stomped On My Heart / Side 2, Track A: Floyd: Ida Red / Muleskinner Blues - guitar instrumental / Wade Rainey song - Railroad Boogie / Old Time harmonica players / Buffalo Girls pepped up - "Moonshiner's Daughter" / Howlin' Tom Cat, by Frank Floyd / Jimmie Rogers guitar style / Katie Brown / Guitar & harmonica (held in his mouth) / Harmonica tricks / Playing With The Nose / Goose Imitation / Fishing Joke / Dog Joke / Great Medical Menagerist / Side 2, Track B: New Honky Tonk Band: Take It Slow & Easy / New River Train / Kenny Hall: I Like Mountain Music, Chicken Reel / Buckin' Mule / Roll On, Little Dogies, Roll On / Boatman / The Bounding Bounder (fragment) / Brazilian Song / Kenny Hall: Hawaiian Rag / Medley of Jigs, fiddle / Skip To My Lou / Little Brown Jug / Little Girl Dressed In Blue / Old Molly Hare / Uncle Dough - fiddle tune / North Sanger Blues /
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Pre-Festival Hoot at Folk Arts Rare Records April 20, 1974

Creator/Collector: Ray Bierl; The Old Hat Band: John Burke, fiddle - Ellen Bush, banjo - Jeff Thorn, guitar
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, quarter track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Ray Bierl - Beginning of Concert: I Got Mine / The Loving Of The Game / Lovesick Blues / Lost Highway / There's More Pretty Girls Than One / Mayne Smith song - Saturday Six A.M. / Let The Good Love Flow / My Home Ain't In The Hall Of Fame / Old Hat Band: Grey Eagle / My Blue Ridge Mountain Home / By And By / The Day She Climbed In The Wedding Ring With Me (I'm A Lover, Not A Fighter / Love Letters In The Sand / Carol County Blues / Blue Railroad Train / Indian Ridge / Delmore Brothers Tune - The Fugitive's Lament / I Don't Love Nobody / Side 2, Track A: Bierl: Milwaukee Blues / Waiting For A Train / Big River / Blue Mountain / Talking Guitar Blues / Dough - Re - Mi / Pastures of Plenty / Paul Segal song - Louise / Railroading On The Great Divide / Old Hat Band: Hell Among The Yearlings / The Arkansas Sheik / Apple Blossom / Mary Of The Wild Moor / The Intoxicated Rat / Washington and Lee Swing / The Lazy Farmer / A Mother's Smile / Leavin' Home / Kitchen Gal / Hold The Woodpile Down / Georgia Brown, (Snootful's Wonder Cure) / There'll Be No Distinction There /
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Night Concert, Part 1 April 24, 1974

Performer: Bruce (W.B.) Reid
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: (Curtiss301Mix1.wav) Bruce Reid: Buck Dance / Keep It Clean / Blind Boy Rag / The TB Blues / Pal Of Mine / Don't You Show Me No Kindness / Bottle Up And Go /
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Night Concert, Part 2 April 24, 1974

Performer: Patty Hall, accompanied by "Country" Michael Mendelson; Sam Hinton
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Patty Hall: Hank Snow railroad song - The Golden Rocket / Utah Phillips song - Starlight On The Rails / It's Organic / Sweet Fern / Kitty Wells song - We Live In Two Different Worlds, M. Mendelson, vocal / Little Dancers / Please, Not Another Guitar Man / Steps Of Our Own / Solo Blues / Letter To Boston / Sam Hinton: The Cattle King / Spanish Lullaby / St. James Hospital / Irish Version from 1740s - St. James Hospital (fragment) /
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Night Concert, Part 3 April 24, 1974

Performer: Sam Hinton
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Sam Hinton: Penny Whistle tune - The Harvest Home / The Eagle's Whistle, penny whistle / Bonaparte's Retreat, harmonica / Harmonica tune, 'square style' / Harmonica tune / The Old Folks At Home, harmonica / Cross harp playing, Careless Love / Starving To Death On A Government Claim / MacTavish Is Dead / Irish Washerwoman, harmonica / Clam Digger Song - Harry Herman / Death Of Queen Jane / The Barnyard Song / Lost John /
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Night Concert, Part 4 April 24, 1974

Performer: The Summer Dog Bluegrass Band: Tom Valenti, fiddle - Ed Davenport, bass
Performer: Dave Lukow, guitar - ? , banjo
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Summer Dog Bluegrass Band: Liza Jane / Black Mountain Rag / Eight More Miles To Louisville / Ride Me Down Easy / Cotton Patch / Twin Oaks Stomp / Mexican Song / I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home / Dixie Breakdown / Hank Thompson song - Detour / Announcements by Bob Webb
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Night Concert, Part 5 April 24, 1974

Performer: John Bosley
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Intro by Bob Webb, credits to KPBS Radio / John Bosley: Got To Go Again / Fresno - stories / Two Lanes Of Blacktop / My Baby Won't Love Me When Hair Grows Out My Nose / Sittin' By The Ocean / The Troubadour's Dream / She Is My Rose / Peoria, Illinois / Blues For My Baby / Just Another Man Gettin' By / Rambler's Blues /
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Night Concert, Part 6 April 24, 1974

Creator/Collector: Tom Waits
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Tom Waits: Better Off Without A Wife / Lookin' For The Heart Of Saturday Night / On A Foggy Night On An Abandoned Road / Shiver Me Timbers / Fumblin' With The Blues / Semi Suite / San Diego Serenade / Pancho's Lament / Hobo Story / Ice Cream Man / Depot / Song About National City: 4 a.m. til dawn /
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Night Concert, Part 7 April 24, 1974

Performer: Robert Jeffery, piano - Louis Major, guitar
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Jeffery: Because My Baby's Gone / Love Me, Hug Me Rub Me / Let Me Drive Your Automobile / Rock Me Baby / Look Here Baby / President Nixon Blues / Bob & Louis Bounce /
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Wednesday Night Concert, Part 8 April 24, 1974

Creator/Collector: Robert Jeffery, piano - Louis Major, guitar
Creator/Collector: Tomcat Courtney and Henry Ford Thompson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Jeffery: Won't Be Back Till Next Fall / Announcements / Courtney and Thompson: Dust My Blues / You Know You Left Me Baby / The World Is Mad / Somebody Been Knockin / Blues With A Feeling / It's A Shame / The Thrill Is Gone / Hoochie Koochie Man / Since I Met You Baby /
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Night Concert, Part 1 April 25, 1974

Creator/Collector: Johnny Walker
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Intro by Mary McCaslin / Johnny Walker: As She Sings In The Valley Below / A-Begging I Will Go / But Give To The Belly, Boys, Beer Enough / Hey, Johnny Cope, Are Ye Waukin' Yet? / The D-Day Dodgers, with stories / Albert Ramsbottom recitation - Albert And The Headsman / With Her Head Tucked Under Her Arm / Announcements by Jim Ringer about Concerts at Folk Arts Rare Records
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Night Concert, Part 2 April 25, 1974

Creator/Collector: Martin Henry with A.J. Soares; Debby McClatchy
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Martin Henry: Back In The Saddle Again / Jingle Jangle Jingle / The Wreck Of The Royal Palm Express / Hello Hawaii, How Are You? / My Hula Baby (In The Bluegrass Skirt) / I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry / Cowpoke Pokin' Along / Intro by Jim Ringer / Debby McClatchy: Vandy, Vandy / Dicey Riley / I'll Never Be Your Deer / Best Of Friends / California Faith - sequel to 'California Joe' /
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Night Concert, Part 3 April 25, 1974

Creator/Collector: Jim Griffith
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Jim Griffith: Turkey In The Straw / Keep On The Sunny Side / Katie Dear / Short Life Of Trouble / White Oak Mountain / Didn't He Ramble / Jim Blake's Last Message / A Message From Our Sponsor - I'll Fly Away / Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss /
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Night Concert, Part 4 April 25, 1974

Creator/Collector: The La Jolla Civic Country Dance Orchestra
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: LJCCDO: Farewell To Whiskey / Away She Goes / Kitchen Girl / Shebag Shemor / Prince Phillip / 2 jigs - Kitty's Rambles and Pipe On The Hog / The Yellow Rose Of Texas / Dill Pickle Rag / The Rocky Road to Dublin / Dorsett's Reel / Waltz - Gentle Maiden / Jig - Coleraine / Girl With The Blue Dress On /
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Night Concert, Part 5 April 25, 1974

Creator/Collector: Rita Weill; Ray Bierl
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Weill: Ozark Ballad / Johnny Todd / Barbry Allen / Introduction by Jim Ringer / Bierl: Ain't Gonna Rain No More / Bierl: Blue Mountain / The Ballad Of Honest Sam / Dough Re Mi / Big River / Phantom 309 / Jack Tempchin song - One More Song /
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8th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Night Concert, Part 6 April 25, 1974

Creator/Collector: Rita Weill
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Introduction by Mary McCaslin - live on KPBS radio / Weill: The Baffled Knight / with Will Spires on fiddle, Davy Fa / The Swap Song / The Cruel Mother / The Whistlin' Thief / Polly Oliver's Rambles /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff315

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Thursday Night Concert, Part 7 April 25, 1974

Creator/Collector: Normal Heights Lounge Lizards - Will Spires, Sarah Kerr, Kenny Hall, Pam Ostergren
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: All Night Long / My Dear Shorty / Bully Of The Town / 0ther Lounge Lizards come onstage for "Liza Jane" / Devilish Mary / Yet another Loung Lizard comes onstage to join in on "The Milwaukee Blues" / Sail Away Ladies / The Lounge Lizards deliberate, vote, then decide on "Moving Day" / Leaving Home / Thank You, Dear God, For Victory In Korea / There is a request for 'The Girl From Atlantic City' which meets with an instantaneous and unanimous "NO" / The Old Plank Road / Hungry Hash House /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff316

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Irish Music Workshop, Part 1 April 26, 1974

Creator/Collector: Debby McClatchy, Kenny Hall, Will Spires
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: 2 Jigs, solo fiddle / D. McClatchy sings a Ballad - The Ardent Jew / Hall: 3 Part Reel on mandolin in both the keys of D and A / A waltz on fiddle, "The South Wind", played by Will Spires / The Fox Hunt (jig), Spires /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff317

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Irish Music Workshop, Part 2 April 26, 1974

Creator/Collector: Debby McClatchy, Kenny Hall, Will Spires
Creator/Collector: Rita Weill, Clarence Landon and Martha Jennings
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: McClatchy: Irish Ballad - The Plains of Waterloo / Sandy Bradley dances to "Murphy's Hornpipe" / Irish Music and Dance / The Pipe On The Hob / Rocky Road To Dublin / Sandy Bradley still dancing to Another Jig, "Buffalo something" / Two different types of reel dancing, including a "slip reel" / Medley of Three Jigs, fiddle duet with Will Spires and Kenny Hall / The Pipe On The Hob / Old Irish Waltz / Rita Weill arrives and sings "The Lark In The Morning" / Weill: What Would You Do If You Married A Soldier? / Lord Duneagle / Clarence Langen and Martha Jennings come on stage, and play "Rippling Water Jig" in the keys of E and A / The Red Barn / Pidgeon On The Gate / A jig, Maggie Brown / The Leitrim Thrush / Old French / Mountain Road / McCloud's Reel / Sweet Nightingale /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff318

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Workshops: Songs About Dogs, Mothers, Railroads, Etc.; String Band Jam Session; Cowboy Songs; Medicine Shows April 26, 1974

Creator/Collector: Harmonica Frank Floyd, Ellen Bush, John Burke
Creator/Collector: Utah Phillips, Tracy Schwartz, Jim Griffith, Martin Henry, Ray Bierl
Creator/Collector: Kenny Hall, Ellen Bush, Holly Tanen, Bob Webb, John Burke, Curt Bouterse
Creator/Collector: Utah Phillips, Jim Ringer, Jim Griffith, Patty Hall, Andy Wallace, Jack Aldrich, A.J. Soars.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, quarter track mono ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Cowboy Songs workshop: Moderator - Utah Phillips, Tracy Schwartz , Jim Griffith, Martin Henry, Ray Bierl: Phillips, monologue and song "Little Joe The Wrangler's Sister Nell" / Schwartz: Tom Sherman's Barroom / Griffith: Tying Knots In The Devil's Tail / Henry: The Trusty Lariat / Bierl: Get Along Little Dogies / Phillips: Stories - Ketchum, Idaho - Running Away to Yellowstone Park - Song, "Sitting All Alone By The Old Corral" / Schwartz: Lone Star Cow Trail / Griffith: Positively No / Henry: I Ride An Old Paint / Bierl: Blue Mountain / Phillips: The Flowers My Epitaph / Side 1, Track B: Songs About Dogs, etc.: Utah Phillips: Truck Driving story and song, A Truck And A Pinball Machine / Jim Ringer: Song About A Mother, A Picture From Life's Other Side / Jim Griffith: My Old Cabin Home / A.J. Soars: Dog song, "Old Dog" / Patty Hall: The Ruin Of The Black Lagoon (Cora Lou) / Andy Wallace: Story About Driving Around The Great Southeast, A Song about the open road, "I Love To Go Out Riding" / Jack Aldrich, et al: Railroading On The Great Divide / Phillips, dog story and song: Why Won't You Send My Dog Home, Uncle Sam? / Jim Ringer, another dog song: Tauser Jenkins / Griffith: Song, The Mighty Shenandoah (a dirigible) / A.J. Soars: My Momma's Hungry Eyes / Patty Hall: Hank Snow song, The Golden Rocket / Phillips: story and a parlor song, The Tattooed Heart / Phillips: On The Rummy Dummy Line / Side 2, Track A: Medicine Shows: Harmonica Frank Floyd on Medicine Shows as he knew them / Dr. Avery P. Snootfull Members talk about hawking products / More Recollections by Harmonica Frank / The Snootfull Troupe profers up an opening pitch / Harmonica Frank sings "The Great Medical Menagerist" / Side 2, Track B: String Band Jam: Fiddle Tune 1 / The Rose Tree / June Apple / Great Big Taters In Sandy Land / Little Rabbit / Teetotaller's Reel / Cotton-Eyed Joe / Dance All Night With A Bottle In Your Hand / Little Beggarman / Policeman / Liberty / Fiddle Blues, by Kenny Hall / Mississippi Sawyer / Over The Waterfall / Golden Slippers /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff319

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Workshops: Tall Tales Workshop, Part 1 April 26, 1974

Creator/Collector: Bruce Phillips, Jim Ringer, Harmonica Frank Floyd, Sam Chatmon
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Utah Phillips: Stories / Ringer: Story about Bruce Phillips / Frank Floyd: Jokes / Sam Chatmon: Jokes / Phillips: Story, A Bullet Saves Him From A Bible /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff320

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Workshops: Tall Tales Workshop, Part 2 April 26, 1974

Creator/Collector: Bruce Phillips, Harmonica Frank Floyd, Sam Chatmon
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Chatmon: Tall Tale / Floyd: Tall Tales / Phillips: Jokes and Story, A Texan In Alaska / Chatmon: Story / Floyd: Stories about Texas and Arkansas / Phillips: Ranch work in Texas, Utah chicken ranch / Chatmon: Taking a mule to the mill / Floyd: Does a pretty fair goose call and tells some jokes / Phillips: Story about the True Texas Colonel / Sam Chatmon calls it quits / Floyd: Tells an Arkansas railroad story and then discourses on humor in the American language / Phillips: Stories / Floyd: Jokes / Phillips: Song, "Halleluah, I'm A Bum" along with a story about "Haywire Mac McClintock" and other stories /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff321

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert, Part 1 April 26, 1974

Creator/Collector: Mary McCaslin; Ray & Ina Patterson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Intro by Bob Webb / Mary McCaslin: Hollywood, My Home Away From Home On The Range / Waiting / Let It Be Me / Northfield / San Bernardino Waltz / Young Wesley / Announcements by Bob Webb / Pattersons: The Sunny Side Of Life / Bury Me Beneath The Willow / The Maple On The Hill / Shine On Me / Hold Fast To The Right / Sweetheart Mountain Rose /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff322

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert, Part 2 April 26, 1974

Creator/Collector: Ray & Ina Patterson
Creator/Collector: Frankie Armstrong with Holly Tannen and Susie Rothfield
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Pattersons: The Automobile Of Life / Encore for the Pattersons: When The Roses Bloom Again In Dixieland / Announcements by Bob Webb / Frankie Armstrong: Supernatural ballad, "Tam Lin" / Little Duke Arthur's Nurse / The Doffing Mistress / Jack The Lad / Tannen and Rothfield: Ducks On The Pond / Armstrong: The Saucy Sailor / Tannen and Rothfield: Bonaparte Crossing The Rockies and Castle Kelly / The Bird In The Bush / I Want To Be An Engineer, by Peggy Seeger /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff323

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert, Part 3 April 26, 1974

Creator/Collector: Frankie Armstrong with Holly Tannen and Susie Rothfield
Creator/Collector: Clarence Langen with Tom & Martha Jennings, Jim Griffith and David Lukow on guitar
Creator/Collector: Mike Ennis & His Papago Indian Dance Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Armstrong: The Female Drummer / Announcments by Bob Webb / Clarence Langen, et al: Earl's Breakdown / Jig In G / Golden Eagle Hornpipe / Mouth Of The Tobic / Fiddlin' Phil / Washington and Lee - twin mandolins / Bill Cheatum / Pigeon In The Gate / Big John / Up Country / French Marriage / Reel / Mason's Cat / Start of Part 2 of Concert: Announcements by Bob Webb / Mike Ennis & Company: Polka / Two Step / Dance Tune /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff324

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert, Part 4 April 26, 1974

Creator/Collector: Mike Ennis & His Papago Indian Dance Band
Creator/Collector: Jim Ringer and Friends
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Mike Ennis & Company: Bolero, "Sonora Querida" / Polka 1 / Two-Step 1 / Polka 2 / Waltz / Polka 3 / Beer Barrel Polka / Polka 4 / Two-Step 2 / Polka, "Ay Jalisco, No Te Rajes" / Announcements by Bob Webb / Jim Ringer: You May Not Like My Style, But You'll Know Who I Am / Any Old Wind That Blows / A Good Woman's Love /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff325

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert, Part 5 April 26, 1974

Creator/Collector: Jim Ringer and Friends (Larry Blom, dobro; Bob Simpson, fiddle; David Kossel, bass)
Creator/Collector: Kenny Hall and Friends (Will Spires on fiddle, Joe Gwaltney on guitar)
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Jim Ringer: Tulsa / Old Father Time / Saginaw Michigan / Goin' Away / Announcements by Bob Webb / Kenny Hall: Devilish Mary / Are You From Dixie? / Roll On Little Dogies, Roll On / Brazilian Tune / The Boys Of Blue Hill Hornpipe and Murphy's Hornpipe / Medley of Three Irish Jigs /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff326

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert, Part 6 April 26, 1974

Creator/Collector: Kenny Hall and Friends (Will Spires on fiddle, Joe Gwaltney on guitar)
Creator/Collector: Jim Ringer, Mary McCaslin and Friends (Larry Blom, dobro; Bob Simpson, fiddle; David Kossel, bass)
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Hall: Blue Ridge Mountain Blues / Hawaiian Blues / Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Feet - twin fiddles / Wearin' Of The Green / Ain't No Use In Me Workin' So Hard / Soldier's Joy / Announcements by Bob Webb / Ringer & McCaslin: Uncle Pen / The Stages Of My Life / John D. Loudermilk song - It's My Time / If My Friends Ain't Around I'll Drink By Myself / Randy Newman song - Living Without You / The Queen Of The Silver Dollar /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff327

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Friday Night Concert, Part 6 April 26, 1974

Creator/Collector: Jim Ringer, Mary McCaslin and Friends (Larry Blom, dobro; Bob Simpson, fiddle; David Kossel, bass)
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, half track stereo ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Ringer and McCaslin: Rank Strangers /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff328

8th San Diego Folk Festival - Saturday Workshops: Bawdy Song & Spicy Stories April 27, 1974

Creator/Collector: Mike Seeger, Frankie Armstrong, Tracy Swartz
Creator/Collector: Tom Waits, Ray Bierl, Howard Caine and others
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, quarter track mono ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, left: / Bawdy Songs: A Mother-Daughter Song, Long Peggin' Awl (fragment) / Threshing Machine / Mike Seeger, Wind Up The Little Ball of Yarn / Discussion and song - "4 or 5 Nights Drunk" / Frankie Armstrong, Nine Times A Night / The Buxom Lasses / Songs of Venereal Disease / Tracy Swartz: Boil Them Cabbage Down / Thank You For Coming, If You'll Pardon The Expression / Spicey Stories: Tom Waits, about bull sessions after The Heritage / Ray Bierl, The Fiercest Animal / Tom Waits, Three Guys Trying To Get To Pittsburg / Bierl, I Knew Pancho Villa / Waits, Chicken Dinner / Bierl, "Write That Down" / Waits, Let's Do Everything Our Wives Ask / Bierl, Joke / Waits, Cut Off Arm / Bierl - Here's To The Daddy Alligators / Mark, The Case For The Defense / Waits, Traveling Salesman Joke / Side 2, left: Spicey Stories: Audience member: Girl Sleeping In Church / Bierl, Man On The Golden Gate Bridge / Waits, First Day Of School / What's A Weather Vane? / Little Kid Joke / Another Little Kid Joke / Little Kid In School Joke / Little Boy Goes To The Zoo / Can't Smell The Farts / Waits, Catholic Priest and A Rabbi / Priest Joke / Priest and Rabbi Joke / Waits, Wallet Made Of Foreskins / Bierl, 12 Inch Pianist / Waits, 12 Inch Prick / Guy Licks His Eyebrows / A Dream, God Thinks He's Richard Nixon / Genie In The Bottle / What Custer Was Thinking / Traveling Salesman Joke / Little Old Lady Walks Into Chase Manhatten Bank / Waits, 500 Pound Sumo Wrestler / No, I'm Making Fun Of Him! / Ice Capades Without Ice / Howard Kane, Bavarian Creme Pie / Old Man Standing Beside A Well /
 

Series 2. Related Concerts

 

Subseries 1. Sign of the Sun Bookstore

Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff001

Bessie Jones, Georgia Sea Island Singer, performing solo at the Sign of the Sun bookstore in San Diego, CA. June, 1962

Performer: Bessie Jones, legendary Georgia Sea Island singer. Vocals, tambourine, clapping. Also: Stories and conversations in Gullah dialect.
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Lazarus / Little David Play On Your Harp / Drinkin' Of The Wine / Green Grass Growin' All Around / Blow Tawny, Blow / Is You All Here? / Children's Rhymes / Whoa Mule / Old Aunt Dinah / Careless Love / Down By The Riverside / Tangled All Up In Jesus / I'm A Soldier In The Army Of The Lord / Come By Here / Side 2: Old Bill Rollin' Pin / Where The Sun Will Never Go Down / Let's Go Way Back In God / Chicken Stories & Songs / When I Rise / Do You Call That Religion? / Swing Low, Sweet Chariot / Oh Hush (Somebody's Callin' My Name) / I've Got To Go To Judgement / The Lady Who Escaped The Devil (Story & Song) / Give Me The Gourd To Drink Water / Fau-la-ree

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was on College Avenue near El Cajon Blvd. in San Diego. The street was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard at times throughout the 19 performance tapes.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff002

Reverend Gary Davis, performing solo at the Sign of the Sun bookstore in San Diego, CA. June 23 & 23, 1962

Performer: Reverend Gary Davis, with a recitation by Mrs. Gary Davis.
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Fragment - ending / Old Drunken Sally (Story & Song) / Another Fragment / Tuning the Banjo / I'll Never Turn Back No More / Kitty Wants The Corn / Keep Your Lamp / Fragment, blowing, tapping, 12-string / The Sun Is Going Down / Recitation by Mrs. Davis, song "Rest Beyond The River" / There's A Destruction In This Land / Death Don't Have No Mercy / It's A Long Way To Tipperary / Give Me That Old Time Religion / Just A Closer Walk With Thee (abrupt ending)/ Side 2: I Am Going Over / I'll Be Alright Some Day / I Am Saved / God Gonna Separate The Wheat / I'm Going Home On The Morning Train / Twelve Gates To The City / When The Saints Go Marching In / God Don't Work Like A Natural Man / Come Down To See Me Some Time / Soon My Work Will All Be Done (abrupt ending)

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was on College Avenue near El Cajon Blvd. in San Diego. The street was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard at times throughout the 19 performance tapes.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff003

Jean Ritchie, with Guy Carawan. Marilyn and Jack Powell. July 21, 1962

Performer: Jean Ritchie, with Guy Carawan. Marilyn and Jack Powell.
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Jean Ritchie: Medley of Children's Lullabies (When The Boat Comes In, Prettiest Little Boy In The County-O, Hush Little Baby Don't You Cry, Saw A Crow A-flyin' Low/ Hiram Hubbard / / Who's Gonna Shoe Your Pretty Little Foot? / Shady Grove / Farther Along / La Llorona / Aunt Sal's Song / The Lonesome Little Dove / Side 2: Old Joe Clark / I'm Going Downtown / What'm I Gonna Do With The Baby-O? / Jubilee Reel / Lord, I Started For The Kingdom (I Won't Turn Back) / Great Jehovah / Going To Boston / The Wife Of Usher's Well / Dulcimer Keys - Major and Minor / There Comes Two Dukes A-Rovin' / Ere We Come A-Ridin' / Medley (abrupt ending) /

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was on College Avenue near El Cajon Blvd. in San Diego. The street was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard at times throughout the 19 performance tapes.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff004

Reverend Gary Davis, Guy Carawan, Jean Redpath, Hedy West, Bessie Jones, Marilyn Powell June, 1962

Performer: Reverend Gary Davis, Guy Carawan, Jean Redpath, Hedy West, Bessie Jones, Marilyn Powell
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Rev. Gary Davis: Soon My Work Will All Be Done (abrupt ending) Guy Carawan: Sinner Man / Railroad Bill / We Shall Not Be Moved / Talking Atomic Blues / So Long / We Are Marching To Pretoria Jean Redpath: The Western Clerk / Westering Home / The Gypsy Laddie / Jean Redpath: Lassie With A Yellow Coatie / The Muckin' O' Geordie's Baer (A Bothie Ballad) / The Railway Porter / The Bloody Wars In High Germany / The Wee Magic Sten / The Wind That Shakes The Barley / Paddy McGinty's Goat (bad section in middle)/ Side 2: Rev. Gary Davis: Just A Closer Walk With Thee / Twelve Gates To The City / I'm Gonna Meet You At The Station When The Train Comes Along / If I Had My Way / Soon My Work Will All Be Done (abrupt ending)

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was on College Avenue near El Cajon Blvd. in San Diego. The street was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard at times throughout the 19 performance tapes.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff005

Bessie Jones, with Guy Carawan & Hedy West. Reverend Gary Davis. Marilyn Powell. June, 1962

Performer: Bessie Jones, with Guy Carawan & Hedy West. Reverend Gary Davis. Marilyn Powell.
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: John Wrote The Letter / You Better Mind / When The Bridegroom Comes / He's Got The Whole World In His Hands / Georgie Buck / There's A-Plenty Good Room / Moses, Moses Don't Get Lost / Eli, You Can't Stand / You Better Mind / Coon Hunting Story (abruptly ends) / Pick A Bale Of Cotton / The Liar / No Room At The Hotel / I Went To The Meeting One Night / No Hiding Place Down Here / Swing Low, Let Me Ride / Heaven Bound Train / This Train / Story - The Man Who Went To Heaven / He's Got The Whole World In His Hands (Version 2) / Farewell and A Riddle / Side 2: (Hedy West & Bessie Smith) Jones's Saloon / My Good Old Man / Doomsday / Old Bill Rollin' Pin (Bessie Jones) / Josephine (B.Smith) / I Had A Dream Last Night / Story of Old Goff / Marilyn Powell: Wildwood Flower (partial)

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was on College Avenue near El Cajon Blvd. in San Diego. The street was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard at times throughout the 19 performance tapes.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff006

Bessie Jones June 1962

Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Children's Play, story & song / I Know I've Got Religion / No Hiding Place Down Here / Oh The Blood Done Signed My Name / Adam and Eve / The Titanic / Oh, What A Time / Got On My Travelin' Shoes / I Want To Rise Holy / Will The Circle Be Unbroken? / Save My Soul From The Burning Hell / Old Uncle Ned / Story from her Grandfather of slavery days / Peter and the Rock / Shelter Me, Lord / Johnny Coo-Coo [abrupt ending] / Side 2: Johnny Coo-Coo / Way Down Yonder / ?? / Oh Hush, Somebody's Calling My Name / I Got To Go To Jordan / Calvary / Get On Board, Little Children / God's Holy Wine / Come On With Your Money / He's Got The Whole World / Old Bill Rollin' Pin / You Better Mind / Daniel And The Lion's Den / In The Maya / Trouble Down That Lonesome Road / Can't Go Wrong And Get By / Where The Sun Will Never Go Down / Come On Sister / When I Lay My Burden Down / Goodbye, Everyone! / He Healed The Sick, Yes He Did /

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was on College Avenue near El Cajon Blvd. in San Diego. The street was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard at times throughout the 19 performance tapes.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff007

Bessie Jones, accompanied by Guy Carawan on some songs. June 1962

Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: How Do You Do? / I Got A Home / Old Bill Rollin' Pin / I'm Gonna Move My Prayin' Ground / Every Year Is Going To Carry A Number / All Of My Sins / Get On Board, Little Children / What Is The Soul Of Man? / One Mornin' Soon / I Know I've Got Religion / You Need This Old Time Religion / Stories About Childhood / Smile / Story About Walking The Railroad Track In A Storm / You Better Let That Liar Alone / Story - Dancing and Shouting, Shout Songs / Adam In The Garden Pickin' Up Leaves / [discontinuity in performance] / In That Old Field / Side 2: Regular Rollin' Under / Not In Vain / God Is A Rock / Down In The Garden Pickin' Up Leaves / John Wrote The Letter / There's Plenty Good Room In The Kingdom / Bile Them Cabbage Down / Never Said A Mumblin' Word / Heaven Bound Train / Drinkin' of the Wine / Sink Em Low, Raise 'Em High / Someday I'm Gonna Build Me A Stone Fence / Pay Me My Money Down / Rock, Daniel, Rock / John Wrote The Letter (Curtiss7mix4.wav) So Glad I Know I've Got Religion / Grandfather Story About Slavery Days / Sink Em Low, Raise Em High / Someday I'm Gonna Build Me A Stone Fence / Pay Me My Money Down / Rock, Daniel, Rock / John Wrote The Letter / So Glad I Know I've Got Religion / Grandfather Story About Slavery Days / Sink Em Low, Raise Em High / Someday I'm Gonna Build Me A Stone Fence / Pay Me My Money Down / Rock, Daniel, Rock / John Wrote The Letter / Every Year Is Going To Carry A Number

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was on College Avenue near El Cajon Blvd. in San Diego. The street was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard at times throughout the 19 performance tapes.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff008

The Sign of the Sun Bookstore: Jean Ritchie June, 1962

Performer: Jean Ritchie
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: The Old Maid's Song / The Cuckoo / Going to Boston / Lord Thomas and Fair Ellender / There Was An Old Woman and She Had A Little Pig / Pretty Saro / Gently Fair Jenny / Some Talk About The Dulcimer / The Devil & The Farmer's Wife / Pretty Betty Martin / I Was Born In Old Virginina / Pretty Polly / Side 2: Shady Grove / Swing & Turn Jubilee / Sail Away Ladies / Farther Along / On Jordon's Stormy Banks / The Moonshiner's Song / Where Are You Going My Pretty Little Miss? / Fair Nottamun Town / Cedar Swamp – Green Grow The Rushes O – Hop Up My Ladies / Barbara Allen / Careless Love / Blackbird On The Tree / Lord Randall (2 versions)

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was evidently right on a street downtown San Diego that was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard throughout the 19 performance tapes. Especially during the performances of quiet presences like Jean Ritchie, does this street noise mingle with and occasionally partly obsure the music.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff009

The Sign of the Sun Bookstore: Bessie Jones June, 1962

Performer: Bessie Jones
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Run Squirrel, Yadadadadededum / Lord, Lord, Lord (The Grey Goose) / Adam In The Garden (Pickin Up Leaves) / Story About A Buzzard Game / That Old Field / Way Go Lilly / High John Saw A Number / Look Out For Me Jesus / When The Saints Go Marching In / Who Stole My Old Shoe? / I'm Gonna Build Me A Stone Fence / This Old Ark Is Moverin' / See The Sign Of The Judgement / Rolling Through This Unfriendly World / Let Me Fly To My Zion (The Liar) / Walk Believers, Walk / Rock From Side To Side / John Wrote The Letter / I'm So Glad (I Know I Got Religion) / You Better Mind / Since I Laid My Burden Down / Oh Hush (There's Somebody Calling My Name) Side 2: Oh Hush (There's Somebody Calling My Name) / Oh Death / No Hiding Place Down Here / Two Recitations /Story About Chain Gang Singing / Sink 'Em Low, Boys, Raise 'Em High / Story and Song - Pay Me My Money Down / Raga Leevee (I'm Gonna Build Me A Stone Fence) / Rice Harvesting Song - Blow, Tawny, Blow / Peas In The Rice / Josephine (game song with Hedy West) / Kneebone (Hear Jerusalem Moan) / Jesus Is My Only Friend / Like The Bible Said / Eli, You Can't Stand / Goodbye, Everybody (Sing Halleluleah) / I Got My Soul In My Hands (Introduction?) / Here Come Uncle Jessie / Oh Green Field (Rock Said) / Story About Playing With Her Mother and Daughter (cut off)

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was evidently right on a street downtown San Diego that was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard throughout the 19 performance tapes. Especially during the performances of quiet presences like Jean Ritchie, does this street noise mingle with and occasionally partly obsure the music.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff010

The Sign of the Sun Bookstore: Guy Carawan Summer, 1962

Performer: Guy Carawan
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Johnson Boys / Cripple Creek / Well, Well Well / Tickle, Tickle Tickle / Upon Bald Mountain / Pastures of Plenty / Freight Train / Midnight Special / Black Jack Davey / Old Blue / Banjo Song - On The Erie Canal / Come A Ri-de-o / The Black Fly / Johnson Boys / Whoa God Damn / John Henry / Side 2: John Henry (12-string, entire) / Oh Babe, It Ain't No Lie / I Hate To Hear That Lonesome Whistle Blow / Freight Train / Midnight Special / The Black Fly / Joshua Fought The Battle of Jerico / Old Blue / Freight Train / Black Jack Davey / Boatman's Dance / Pastures of Plenty / Tickle, Tickle, Tickle / I'm Alabama Bound / The Black Fly

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was evidently right on a street downtown San Diego that was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard throughout the 19 performance tapes. Especially during the performances of quiet presences like Jean Ritchie, does this street noise mingle with and occasionally partly obsure the music.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff011

The Sign of the Sun Bookstore: Jean Redpath, The Chambers Brothers Summer, 1962

Performer: Jean Redpath, The Chambers Brothers
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Mornin' Breeze / Deadline - Mouth Music / Stories & Recitations - Glottal Stop / Dance Style Medley of Doggerel Verse / Trouble Is In My Way / Heaven Is My Home / Down By The Riverside / Come Over Here / I Don't Know What I Would Do Without The Lord / I Trust In God / Come On And Go With Me (To My Father's House) / You Know I've Got It / When The Saints Go Marching In / Where Shall I Go? / Poor Pilgrim Of Sorrow / (start of "Treat Your Neighbor Right" abrupt end) / Side 2: Fragment of Treat Your Neighbor Right / I Shall Not Be Moved / Introductions / Swing Low Sweet Chariot / Something Got Ahold Of Me / Redeemed, I've Been Washed In The Blood of the Lamb / Lord Have Mercy / Tell Them I'm A Child of God / Joy / Just Another Day / (break in track, last song completed) / Jesus Never Forgets His Own / Just A Little More Faith (break in performance) / Just A Little More Faith - tinny recording, audition tape?, crackle / He Watches Over Me - some dropouts / Lord Have Mercy /

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was evidently right on a street downtown San Diego that was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard throughout the 19 performance tapes. Especially during the performances of quiet presences like Jean Ritchie, does this street noise mingle with and occasionally partly obsure the music.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff012

The Sign of the Sun Bookstore: Jean Redpath Summer, 1962

Performer: Jean Redpath
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: The Hounds of Yarrow / MacFarland of the Sprats of Barndy Boozy / I Wish I Was A Maid Again (Love Is Teasin') / It's A Terrible Habit Just Watching TV / [break] / The October Winds (lullabye) / Scottish Song with difficult name - I'll Lom Re Potten Hi Croon? / Scottish Ballad, Je Jorgle His O' Lee?? / There Is A Happy Land - You Can Nae Shove Your Granny Off A Bus / Don't Put Your Muck In Our Dustbin / Music Appreciation In Scottish Schools / Flora's Holiday / I Wish I Was A Maid Again (Love Is Teasin') / A Pocky Juke / Two Scottish Songs / The Isley Leaper's Song / Introduction to the Story of Mary Hamilton / Side 2: (Introduction of Jean Redpath, who is leaving tomorrow) / Il Fa La La Lo - Mari's Wedding / Come All Ye Tramps and Hawkers / A Bothies Ballad - MacFarland of the Sprats of Barndy Boozy / A Fishing Song - The Boatmen of the Fourth (Calaroo) / The Rantin' Dog / Kit Dol Rimple / Johnny Lad / Oh Whistlenin' I Will Come To Ye My Lad / Im A Railway Porter (Ye Change Here) / Barbary Allen / The Weetern Clark (Western Clerk?)

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was evidently right on a street downtown San Diego that was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard throughout the 19 performance tapes. Especially during the performances of quiet presences like Jean Ritchie, does this street noise mingle with and occasionally partly obsure the music.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff013

The Sign of the Sun Bookstore: Hedy West Summer, 1962

Performer: Hedy West
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Cans of Biscuits / Only A Miner (The Poor Miner's Farewell) / Pretty Saro / Ramblin' Boy / I Will Arise And Go To Jesus / I've Got A Mother In The Promised Land (Cherokee version) / You Can Hear The Whistle Blow 100 Miles / Where Are You Goin' My Good Old Man? / Wish I Was A Single Girl Again / There's Anger In The Land / Run, Slave, Run (Pateroller's Song) / Old Joe Clark / Paper Of Pins (partial) / (partial) Carson Red? / It's Hard Times, Cotton Mill Girls / Joe Bowers / I Took To The Road / The Boston Burglar / Ramblin' Boy / You Can Hear The Whistle Blow 100 Miles / Old Joe Clark / Poor Miner's Farewell / Those West Virginia Hills (Union Song) / It's The Same Merry-Go-Round / Lord Thomas and Fair Ellen / Side 2: Lord Thomas and Fair Ellen (re-started) / Dough, Boys, Dough / I Will Arise And Go To Jesus (Story of The Prodigal Son) / Ramblin' Boy / Joe Bowers / Charming Polly / Johnny Sand / Green Grows The Laurel / Pretty Saro / A Few Fragments - Single Verse Doodles / Will The Circle Be Unbroken (with Bessie Jones) / Don't Go Down That Lonesome Road (with Bessie Jones) / Old Gray Mare / It's Hard Times Cotton Mill Girls / Shady Grove / Come All You Fair And Tender Maidens / I Had A Notion Not Workin' This Morning / Song Her Father Liked / Pretty Saro / Way Down Yonder On Beaver's Creek / The House Carpenter (with Drumming by Bessie Jones) / Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie (drumming by Bessie Jones) /

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was evidently right on a street downtown San Diego that was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard throughout the 19 performance tapes. Especially during the performances of quiet presences like Jean Ritchie, does this street noise mingle with and occasionally partly obsure the music.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff014

The Sign of the Sun Bookstore: Jean Ritchie, Stu Jamieson July 21, 22 and 28, 1962

Performer: Jean Ritchie, Stu Jamieson
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Introduction to the Dulcimer / Old King Cole / Come All You Fair And Tender Ladies / Black Is The Color / Johnny Todd / School's Out - Smoking A Cigar / A Ballad - There Lived An Old Lord By The Northern Sea / Love Fades Away Like The Morning Dew / The Coo Coo She's A Pretty Bird / Christ Was Born In Bethlehem / Hop Around Skip Around Old Betty Larkin / The House Carpenter (but breaks off short before song) / Pretty Polly (abrupt start) / Lovin Hannah / Gentle Fair Jenny / A Ballad - Lord Bayton and the Turkish Lady / Side 2: Lord Bayton and the Turkish Lady - from the start / Square Dance Pieces - Skip To My Lou, Old Joe Clark, I'm Going Down Town / The Blue Goose / The Farmer's Cursed Wife / Oh Brother Green / John Henry / Rock a Bye / A Murder Song / The Boston Burglar / Young Women / Old Bangum / Ball And Chain / Hi Fi Diddle I Di, Diddle I Diddle I Day

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was evidently right on a street downtown San Diego that was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard throughout the 19 performance tapes. Especially during the performances of quiet presences like Jean Ritchie, does this street noise mingle with and occasionally partly obsure the music.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff015

The Sign of the Sun Bookstore: Chambers Brothers, Shady Canyon Boys May 10, 11, 17 & 18 1962

Performer: The Chambers Brothers, The Shady Canyon Boys (with Chris Hillman)
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Shady Canyon Boys: Salty Dog Blues / Chambers Brothers: Redeemed / Down By The Riverside / Shady Canyon Boys: Wildwood Flower - with 2 dropouts / Katie Kline / Marilyn & Jack Powell: Autoharp instrumental / The Gypsy Davey / Rogers The Miller / Deep Blue Sea / I'm A Methodist Till I Die / Poor Ellen Smith / Mississippi River Blues / Side 2: Side 2 of tape is labeled as "Chambers Brothers". Unfortunately, there is nothing but low pitched wow and rumble. Completely unintelligible. Not digitized.

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was evidently right on a street downtown San Diego that was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard throughout the 19 performance tapes. Especially during the performances of quiet presences like Jean Ritchie, does this street noise mingle with and occasionally partly obsure the music.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff016

The Sign of the Sun Bookstore: Marilyn and Jack Powell Summer 1962

Performer: Marilyn and Jack Powell
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: The Lady's Man / My Gumtree Canoe / Old Blue / Another Coon Dog Song, "Old Joe" / Black-Eyed Suzy Brown / Sign Of The Sun radio spot / Dulcimer Instrumental / The Deep Blue Sea / I'm A Methodist Till I Die / Mississippi River Blues / Johnny's Gone / My Dear Old Southern Home / Black-Eyed Suzy Brown / Lady's Man / Way Out There - Yodeling Train Song / Bury Me Beneath The Willow / George Collins / My Gumtree Canoe / Side 2: Dulcimer Instrumental - Introducing the Dulcimer / Gypsy Davy / Rogers The Miller / The Deep Blue Sea / A Methodist Till I Die / Poor Ellen Smith / Mississippi River Blues / My Johnny's Gone / In That Dear Old Sunny South By The Sea / Wildwood Flower / The Wagoner's Lad / Way Down Yonder In The Maple Swamp / Mother I Would Marry / Foggy Mountain Top / Bury Me Beneath The Willow / Single Girl Blues / I Never Will Marry / Way Out There (yodeling train song) / Dulcimer Instrumental / The Wagoner's Lad / Lady's Man

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was evidently right on a street downtown San Diego that was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard throughout the 19 performance tapes. Especially during the performances of quiet presences like Jean Ritchie, does this street noise mingle with and occasionally partly obsure the music.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff017

The Sign of the Sun Bookstore: Marilyn and Jack Powell, Larry MacBride Summer 1962

Performer: Marilyn and Jack Powell, Larry MacBride
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: My Gumtree Canoe / The Bailiff's Daughter of Islington / Wandering On / Fingerpicking Guitar Solo / Lady of the North Country (banjo and vocal) Larry McBride? / When First Unto This Country (autoharp and vocal) / Hang Me, Oh Hang Me / Banjo Instrumental / Billy Grimes The Rover / Candy Man / Pretty Polly / 12-String Guitar Instrumental / Guitar Instrumental / Frankie and Johnnie / Hallelu I Belong To That Man / Side 2 blank/

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was evidently right on a street downtown San Diego that was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard throughout the 19 performance tapes. Especially during the performances of quiet presences like Jean Ritchie, does this street noise mingle with and occasionally partly obsure the music.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff018

The Sign of the Sun Bookstore: Shady Canyon Boys July 27 & 28, 1962

Performer: The Shady Canyon Boys (with Chris Hillman)
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Salty Dog Blues / Meet Me Tonight In The Moonlight / Nine Pound Hammer / How Mountain Girls Can Love / Flint Hill Special / Forsaken Love (A.P. Carter) / Footprints In The Snow / Roving Gambler / Rabbit On The Log / Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms / Muleskinner Blues / Wildwood Flower / Tell Me That You Love Me, Katie Kline / There's No Place Like Home / Some Foggy Mountain Top / Before I Met You / Lonesome Road Blues / Salty Dog Blues (version 2) / Meet Me Tonight (again) / Nine Pound Hammer (again) / How Mountain Girls Can Love / Flint Hill Special / Forsaken Love / Forsaken Love (started again, same take as end of mix1) / Footprints In The Snow / Roving Gambler / Rabbit On The Log / Shady Grove / Aint' Nobody Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone / Molly and Tenbrooks / Ballad of Tom Joad - Instrumental / Jimmy Brown The Newsboy / Little Maggie / Trail of Sorrow / Bile Them Cabbage Down / Shady Grove / Ain't Nobody Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone / Molly and Tenbrooks / Tom Joad / Jimmy Brown The Newsboy / Little Maggie / Trail Of Sorrow / Bile Them Cabbage Down / Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms / Mule Skinner Blues / Wildwood Flower /

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was evidently right on a street downtown San Diego that was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard throughout the 19 performance tapes. Especially during the performances of quiet presences like Jean Ritchie, does this street noise mingle with and occasionally partly obsure the music.
Box 1, Item 2007.04sdff019

The Sign of the Sun Bookstore: Stu Jamieson Summer, 1962

Performer: Stu Jamieson
Physical Description: sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Rockabye My Saro Jane / Stories - River Boats, Frailing / Bunker Hill (March Me Off To Big Sandy) / Story About Fretless Banjo, sliding style / Dig A Hole In The Meadow / Dulcimer Description / The Mournful Dove (with dove call) / Banjo Tunings / Ball And Chain / Give Me A Hook And Give Me A Line / Hi Fi Diddle I Die / Cumberland Mountain Deer Chase / Two Brothers / A Running Set (square dancing suite) "The Blue Goose" / Bunker Hill / Cumberland Mountain Deer Chase / Banjo Song "Trouble On My Mind" / Sourwood Mountain / Banjo Description / banjo song / Autoharp Description / The Old Steamboat / The Wife Of Usher's Well / Side 2: The Wife Of Usher's Well (fresh start) / How The Squire Courted The Lady Nancy, or The Lovers' Telegraph / Devilish Mary / Pretty Polly / Hares On The Mountain / Ball And Chain / Shady Grove / Devilish Mary / Cumberland Mountain Deer Chase / Trouble On My Mind / Going Down To Lynchburg Town / Darlin' Corey / Come All You Fair And Handsome Girls / The Wife Of Usher's Well /

Note

The Sign of the Sun bookstore was evidently right on a street downtown San Diego that was sometimes busy and noisy. This background noise can be heard throughout the 19 performance tapes. Especially during the performances of quiet presences like Jean Ritchie, does this street noise mingle with and occasionally partly obsure the music.
 

Subseries 2. The Heritage Coffee House 1968 - 1972

Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff043

The Heritage Coffee House - 5th San Diego Folk Festival Series April 21 & 22, 1971

Performer: Sam Hinton, Jean Redpath, Larry Hanks, Genny Haley
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sam Hinton 4/21/71: Goodbye Old Paint / Slim Critchlow song - The Trusty Lariat / The Barnyard Song / I Want To Die Easy When I Die / Fisher's Hornpipe / Glory In The Meeting House / When I Lay My Burden Down / The Downfall of Paris (harmonica) / Will You Come To The Bower? / Hell In Texas / Father, Oh Dear Father (major drop-out ) / Jew's Harp tune - Sourwood Mountain / Penny Whistle tune - The Harvest Home / Long Black Veil / Verne Partlow song - The Talking Atomic Blues / Jean Redpath: Broad Dialect Discussion / Gallic Song in English Translation - Mari's Wedding Medley, Follow Me - Come Along - Mari's Wedding / My Bride And My Darlin To Be / Will You Marry Me / Glasgow Drunk Dialect / If You Will Marry Me / They're Tearing Down The Building Next To Yours / All The Week Your Man's Away / Off I Went With The Body In The Bag / Mary Hamilton - recitation / Conglomeration of Children's Songs / You Canna Shove You're Granny Off A Bus / Side 1 - Track B: Jean Redpath: I Will Make A Dress For Thee / My Own Country / The Western Clerk / Haul Away The Diesore / The Patriot Game / Lowland Nonsense Songs - Strathspey, Reel, Schottisch / Larry Hanks: The Grand Coulee Dam / The Trusty Lariat / Take It Slow And Easy / Cowboy Waltz / Talking Fishing Blues / Grandfather's Clock / Railroading On The Great Divide / Side 2: Sam Hinton: I'm Broke And I'm Hungry / Four Nights Drunk / Risselty Rasselty Now Now Now / The Clan Donovan / Eagle's Whistle / Bonaparte's Retreat (harmonica) / Hornpipe (harmonica) / Around The World Medley / Hog On The Mountain (harmonica & guitar) / Ti Yi Yo / The Devil and The Farmer's Wife / Mary Anne / Turtle Dove / Hang Me, Oh Hang Me Till I'm Dead And Gone / Long John Green / Jean Redpath: When Like The Dawning Day (I'll Rain On You) / I'm A Railway Porter / Cod Liver Oil In The Orange Juice / There's No Joy In My Heart / Soulful Ballad (drop-outs) / Sweet Molly Malone (drop-out) / Story / Another Ballad (faint) / Kate Dol Rimple / Dance To Your Daddy, Sing To Your Mommy / Two More Songs - Robert Burns / Recitation about Highland Gentleman / Genny Haley w/ Larry Hanks: Hello Stranger / Green Rocky Road / Salt Creek and Cold Creek March / Fishin' Blues / Little Rosewood Casket / An Austrian Went Yodeling / I'm A Long Time Traveling Here Below / The Orphan's Child / Life Is Like A Mountain Railroad / True Love, from High Society / My Home In Pasadena / Canon by Pacabel / Early One Morning / Se You In C-U-B-A / The Worried Blues / Cannonball Blues / Haley and Hanks: What Would You Like For Breakfast, My Good Old Man? /
Box 2, Item 2007.04sdff044

The Heritage Coffee House - 5th San Diego Folk Festival Series April 16 & 17, 1971

Performer: Sara Grey (and friends), Ray & Ina Patterson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Announcements about The 5th S.D. Folk Festival, introduction of Sara Grey / The Ballad of Tom Moore / Few Days / Cumberland Gap and Last Chance / The Ballad of the Texas Ranger / The Ballad of the Sioux Indian / The Bell Cow / Sun Is Almost Down / The Collier Brig / The Rigs of Wry / Ray & Ina Patterson: Sweetheart Mountain Rose / Midnight On The Stormy Deep / Christine Leroy / Are You Lonesome Tonight? / Gathering Flowers From The Hillside / All The Good Times Are O'er / Those Brown Eyes / Can't You Hear Those Night Birds Crying / Golden Slippers / Side 1, Track B: Ray & Ina Patterson: I'll Come Back To You (ending) / In The Pines / When The Roses Bloom In Dixieland / Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar / Sara Grey, Grady Tuck, Pam Ostergram, Holly Tannen, Miriam Schwartz, Mary: Water Bound / The Old Bell Cow / Going To Boston / Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie / The Cow Puncher by Genny Haley / Lady Margaret / The Kangaroo / The Devil and the Farmer's Wife / Bogey's Bonnie Belle / The Flower of North Umberland / My Bonnie Dearie / Side 2: Sara Grey (with Holly Tannen and Carol McComb): Soldier's Joy / Paddy On The Turnpike / Sally In The Garden / Shanty Boy / Willy Is Drowning In Ayrow / Jim Jones The Fisher Who Died In His Bed / The Song of the Fish Gutters / The Lory Harbor / I Am A Miller Tae Me Trade / Oh What's The Blood That's On Your Sword? / Jock of Hazeldeen / Fiddler's Green / Ray & Ina Patterson: Do You Wonder Why?/ The Weary Lonesome Blues / Are You Tired Of Me My Darling? / Don't Cause Mother's Hair To Turn Grey / Just Because / Ray & Ina Patterson: The Sunny Side of Life / I Am Just An Old True Lover / Maple On The Hill / Little Darlin' Pal of Mine / I Have Found The Way / Sweet Fern / I'll Come Back to You (start only) / Ray & Ina Patterson: My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains / Greenback Dollar / There Was A Time / Mary Of The Wild Moor / I Feel Like Traveling On / Bury Me Beneath The Willow / Down Among The Budding Roses / I Miss My Dear Mother and Dad / Flo Ella (Fair Ellen) / Darlin' Nellie Grey / Sara Grey: Lord Bateman / Train On The Island / Down The Old Plank Road / Don't Let Your Deal Go Down / Open The Door / Willie Macintosh / The Log Driver's Waltz / Fare Thee Well Juliana / Cobweb of Dreams / Bright Morning Stars Are Rising /
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff058

The Heritage Coffee House - Post 5th Festival Hoot April 25, 1971

Performer: Rosalie Sorrels, U. Utah Phillips, Jean Redpath, Sara Grey, Larry Hanks, Genny Haley, Curt Bouterse, Bob Webb, Brian Steeger, Bob White, Jon Adams, Ray Bierl, Fat City String Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Curt Bouterse: Angeline The Baker, with story / I Only Want A Buddy, Not A Sweetheart / The Irish Girl / Soldier's Joy / Over The Waterfall / Mississippi Sawyer / Bob Webb: Waiting For A Train / Song / Tennessee Stud / When I First Came To This Land / Jon Adams: Diamond Joe / Talking Viet Nam Blues / A Ragtime Doo-Dah / Breakfast Song / They Run Like The Breeze, and They Laugh and Sneeze / Rosalie Sorrels: Come Talk To Me Of Old Friends and Older Places / My Occasional Man / Catch It When You Can / I Know He's Going To Brighten Up My Day / Side 1, Track B: Jean Redpath and Sara Grey: Ballad / Side 2, Track A: Rosalie Sorrels: If I Could Be The Rain / Fat City String Band: Fiddlin' Bill - Soldier's Joy / Johnson Boys / Rock About My Saro Jane / Cherokee Shuffle / Yellow Rose of Texas / Larry Hanks: Big Rock Candy Mountain / Buffalo Skinners / Joined by Genny Haley: Lone Pilgrim / Pack Up Your Sorrows / Dough - Re - Mi / U. Utah Phillips: Mexican Food Joke / I Hate The Way I Sing / The Green Rolling Hills of West Virginia / This Song Was Not Recorded by Leadbelly / Give Me Paper And Comb / Mexican Folk Song written by Utah Phillips / Story of Jesse Garcia / The Goodnight - Loving Trail / Thanks to Lou and Virginia Curtiss / Touch Me / Sara Grey and Jean Redpath: Will Ye Go, Lassie, Go? (Among The Bloomin' Heather) / Tavistall Goosey Faire
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff059

The Heritage Coffee House - 1971 Concerts (Plus "The Ralph Stanley Story") April 26, 1971

Performer: Martin Henry & Ray Bierl, Sweets Mill String Band, Sara Grey
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: The Ralph Stanley Story: The White Dove / Shout Little Lulu / Little Birdie / The Little Glass of Wine / Gathering Flowers For The Master's Bouquet / Man of Constrant Sorrow / The Fields Have Turned Brown / How I Long To See The Old Folks / The Cry From The Cross / Big Tilda / Remembering Being On The Road / Baby Girl / Hard Times / How Far To Little Rock? / The Clinch Mountain Backstep / The Ralph Stanley Story (continued): How Mountain Girls Can Love / The Hills of Roane County / Stone Walls and Steel Bars / Don't Go Out Tonight, Little Darlin' / The Rank Stranger / Darliln' Think of What You've Done / God Gave You To Me / Are You Ready? / Roho / The Hemlocks and Primroses / Tell Me What Kind of Man Jesus Is / The Beautiful Woman / California / The White Dove / Martin Henry & Ray Bierl: Weary Blues From Waiting - song ending only / Side 2, Track B: Martin Henry & Ray Bierl: Here We Are Again / Sweets Mill String Band: Old Molly Hare / Through The Pines / Jim Ringer: Trapper Ballad about Mad Jack Reynolds - California Joe / Sweet Sunny South / Jon Adams: Western Plains / I Should Go To Bed / Faith Petric: My Gene Autry Autographed Plywood Guitar / Little Beggarman / Sweets Mill String Band joined by Fat City String Band: Cluck Old Hen / Eighth of January / Hopalong Peter / Cherokee Shuffle / Sara Grey: Rottenstall Annual Fair

Note

"The Ralph Stanley Story" is a recording from the North Carolina Bluegrass Music Festival - unrelated to the S.D. Folk Festivals.
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff060

The Heritage Coffee House - Big Joe Williams (Plus An Interview With Shakey Jake in Los Angeles) circa 1968 - 1971

Performer: Big Joe Williams, Shakey Jake
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Interview with Shakey Jake - Part 1: Starting with early life in Arkansas. Talks a lot about his career in the blues, about musicians he has worked with, about his move to Los Angeles, and about his current band and plans. / Hour-long interview with Big Joe Williams after concert at The Heritage. Side 2: Interview with Shakey Jake, continuation from Side 1. Big Joe Williams Concert at The Heritage: Married Woman / Baby Please Don't Go / I'm Evil / Shake That Thing / Blues Song 2 / My Baby Done Gone And Gave A Mule A Ride / Good Morning Blues / I've Got The Blues / I've Got To Peek Out The Window / Blues In The Morning / Blues Fragment / I Got A Woman In Cuba / Don't You Leave Me Here / Hand Me Down My Walkin' Shoes / You Are My Sunshine / She Don't Mean Me No Good / Blues Boogie / Sugar Momma, Please Come Back To Me / Good Morning Little School Girl / Tiajuana / Going Down Slow / I'm Gonna Miss You, Woman / Ain't Going Back Down / I Believe I'll Make A Change / The Time Has Come / Blues / Good Morning Blues / She May Be Your Baby But She Comes Up To See Me Sometimes / Break 'Em On Down / I Wonder What's The Matter / Good Morning

Note

Interview with Shakey Jake was recorded in his home in Los Angeles by Lou Curtiss.
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff061

The Heritage Coffee House August 16, 1969

Performer: Martin Henry, Carol McComb, with Pat Rusconi, Joe Trotter, & Jim Carr
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Martin Henry: Oklahoma Hills / Blue Mountain/ Strontium 90 / Original Talking Blues / The Titanic / Peach Pickin' Time / I'm On The Crest Of A Wave / You're Just In Love / Donovan Song / It's Real / Piney Wood Hills / Let's Get Together / Darcy Farrow Swinging Doors / Heartaches By The Number /I Shall Be Released / You Are / Song / Gentle On My Mind / The Sisters of Mercy / A Ballad - Never Will I Married Be / Columbus Stockade Blues / Will The Circle Be Unbroken / I Like It /
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff063

The Heritage Coffee House September 4, 1970

Performer: The Sweets Mill String Band: Jim Ringer, Kenny Hall, Ron Tinkler, Harry Liedstrand, with The Krudd Family (Lou & Virginia Curtiss with Brian Steeger)
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sweets Mill String Band: Muskrat / Towser Jenkins / Knoxville Girl / My Good Old Texas Home / Irish Drinking Song / Where The Soul Never Dies / Sweet Sunny South / Down In The Old Home Town / Poor Boy Gene / Orange Blossom Special / Over The Waterfall / Angeline The Baker / The Krudd Family plus Kenny Hall: Rolling In My Sweet Babie's Arms / Cocaine Blues / Run Mountain / Bill Mason / Tilden Park / Jealous Hearted Me / The Sunny Mountain Side / Battleship of Maine / Wreck Of Old 97 / Wreck On The Highway / Side 2: The Krudd Family, Lou & Virginia Curtiss: Down With The Old Canoe / The Unquiet Grave / Take An Old Cold Tater And Wait / I Like Molasses / Please Help Me I'm Crawlin' / Darling Blue Haired Boy / He's Got Better Things For You / A Mother Was Bathing Her Baby / Hungry Hash House / Take Your Shoes Off Moses / The Death of Ellington / I'm A Plain Old Country Boy / Sweets Mill: Soldier's Joy / The Boston Burglar / Leavin' Home / Pipe Tunes on Mandolin - Scotch Medley March / I'm The Best Hobo Man / Little Sadie / Old And Grey And Only In The Way / Waitin' For The Hard Times To Go / It's Texas For Me, to the tune of Wildwood Flower / You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone / Cherokee Shuffle / The Krudd Family: Can I Wind Up Your Little Ball Of Yarn? / The Bald-Headed End Of A Broom / Eight More Miles To Louisville / Euphoria / Jig Number Two / Cajun Tune / Queen Jane / I Belong To Glasgow / Foolish Questions /
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff064

The Heritage Coffee House September 5, 1970

Performer: The Sweets Mill String Band: Jim Ringer, Kenny Hall, Ron Tinkler, Harry Liedstrand, with The Krudd Family (Lou & Virginia Curtiss with Brian Steeger)
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sweets Mill: Turkey In The Straw / Sweet Sunny South / The Girl I Left Behind / Cherokee Shuffle / How I Learned The Mandolin - Kenny Hall / Sam Chatmon - St. Louis Blues / Gonna Move To Kansas City / Every Time That Woman Touch Me / Where'd You Stay Last Night / I Get The Blues When It Rains / Let's Have A Ball - Sweets Mill / I'm A Fool About Her Lovin' / The Prowler / Sweets Mill: Little Sadie / The Heavenly Home / The Highway Blues / Side 2: Sweets Mill: Leavin' Home / There Is A Time / It's Nice To Get Up In The Mornin' / Roamin' In The Gloamin' / Soldier's Joy / The Roving Gambler / The Little Maid / Bagpipe Tune medley on mandolin / The Blue Bells of Scotland and a group of slow tunes along with it / Tom Dooley / (Curtiss64mix3.wav) Krudd Family: There'll Be A Change In Business All Around / Moving Day / Euphoria / Woman's Liberation Song / The Swamp Waltz / I'm Jealous / The Green Nut Tree / Forked Deer / My Sweet Farm Girlfriend /
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff065

The Heritage Coffee House September 6, 1970

Performer: The Sweets Mill String Band: Jim Ringer, Kenny Hall, Ron Tinkler, Harry Liedstrand, with The Krudd Family (Lou & Virginia Curtiss with Brian Steeger)
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: The Krudd Family, 2nd set: Pecos Bill / Death of Ellington / It Feels So Good / Can I Wind Up Your Little Ball Of Yarn? / Lye Soap / Banjo Tune / Happy Trails To You / Sweets Mill: Otto Wood / California Joe / There's No Hiding Place Down Here / Wilbur Forbes / Poor Willie Strayed From The Narrow Path / Gonna Bring My Baby Back / The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee / Side 2 is blank.
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff066

The Heritage Coffee House April 28 & 29, 1971

Performer: Ray Bierl; Fat City String Band: Mac Benford, Walt Koken, & Bob Potts - with Brian Steeger, Bob Webb, Sara Grey, and Curt Bouterse
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Ray Bierl: I Like It / I'm Your Pal, Not Your Man / I've Been Here Before / Lovesick Blues / I Hate To Eat & Run / Phantom 309 / Fat City: Sally Ann Johnson / Model A Ford / Bull At The Wagon / Bully Of The Town / Jordan Is A Hard Road To Travel / John Lover's Gone / Betty Liken / Travelin' Down The Road / Billy Goat Reel / Cotton Eyed Joe / Groundhog / Ray Bierl: Sadie Brown / I've G I / Minstrel Band / She Made Me Lose My Blues / Saturday 6 a.m. / They'll Know Who I Am / Way Out There / Side 1, Track B: Ray Bierl: Waiting For A Train / T For Texas / San Francisco Bay Blues / Louise / Tennessee Stud / Blue Mountain / Let The Good Love Flow / Try It Once More With Feeling / Fat City: Breakin' Up Christmas / Rockingham Cindy / If I Lose Let Me Lose / John Brown's Dream Devilish Mary / Devil On A Stump / Maggie Walker Blues / Hell Among The Yearlings / Hogeye / Cowboy Waltz / Free Little Bird / Ryestraw / Side 2, Track A: Fat City: Hoe The Woodpile Down / Alabama Gal / Don't Let Your Deal Go Down / Suzanna Gal / Chinese Breakdown / June Apple / Liberty / Glory In The Meeting House / My Mother-In-Law / Orange Blossom Special / with Ray Bierl - Milwaukee Blues / Katy Did & I Did Too / Side 2, Track B: Ray Bierl: Widowmaker / Mother Queen Of My Heart / My Back Pages / Starlight On The Rails / Aimee McPherson / I Live One Day At A Time / Mac Benford: Farm Relief / St. James Infirmary / Walt Koken: Chinquipin Pie / Old Jimmy Sutton / Groundspeed / Fat City with Brian Steeger and Bob Webb: Yellow Gal / F.C. with Sara Grey, Brian & Bob: Rocky Road To Dublin / Sandy River Belle / F.C. with Sara, Brian, Bob, Ray & Curt Bouterse: Over The Waterfall / Irish Washerwoman / My Name Is Morgan / Colored Aristocracy / So Long It's Been Good To Know You /
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff073

The Heritage Coffee House May 30, 1970

Performer: Mike Heinz and Debby McClatchy
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bound For South Australia / The Beggarman / Time Brings All Things To An End / The Swallowtail Reel, Duffy The Dancer / All For Me Grog / Lark In The Morning / Oh Dear Me, How Would It Be, If I Died An Old Maid In The Garrett? / The Beauty Of The Earth / Gillgarry Mountain / Instrumental Ragtime Number / Oh Suzanna - Soldier's Joy / Okie From Muskogee / Ballad / Franklin D. Roosevelt's Back Again /
 

Subseries 3. Miscellaneous Venues 1960-1986

Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff062

Fresno Folk Festival: Pierce's Park, Sanger, California April 28-30, 1972

Performer: Merritt & Suzanne Herring, Will Spires, Holly Tannen, Kenny Hall, Andy & Martin, Debby McClatchy, Janet Smith
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track A: Ballad - As The Tailor Rowed O'er The Lee / Treat My Daughter Kindly / Dough-Re-Mi / Columbus Stockade Blues / In The Dreary Black Hills / Eighth of January (Kenny Hall) / Irish Fiddle Tune / Irish Fiddle Tune / Peeler Creek Waltz / Dance All Night With A Bottle In Your Hand / Hob Dye / Several Fiddle Tunes, with 2 or 3 fiddles / Dixie / Side 1, Track B: Scottish Pipe Tunes on Mandolin - Kenny Hall / Fiddle Tune medley / Cherokee Shuffle - mandolin / Fisher's Hornpipe / Billy In The Lowground / Cotton Eyed Joe / Fiddle Tune - dulcimer and mandolin / Old Molly Hare - dulcimer and mandolin / We Are Stardust / Follow Me / If You Could Read My Mind / Help Me Make It Through The Night / Cripple Creek / Foggy Mountain Breakdown / Side 2, Track A: Monogahela Sal / Apples In Winter / The Unfortunate Rake and The Ship In Full Sail (2 jigs on penny whistle) / If I Died An Old Maid In The Garrett / I Wish I Was In Sweet Alow / Generation Gap Blues / The Mississippi Moon / The Wind Has Changed Its Way / I Want To Go To The County / His Old Gray Beard Kept Waggin' / The Bold Tailor Rode Prancing Away / Side 2, Track B: Janet Smith: Sweet Pappa / Lord Bateman / I'm A One Man Woman / Hymn - a capella / Katy Nora and another dulcimer tune / Fiddle Tune / Burnam Town / Morning Dew / Bonnie Black Hair / Irish Fiddling / Bonnie Boys / Kenny Hall: Bagpipe tunes on mandolin /
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff067

Various Fresno, California Concerts and House Parties c. 1967 - 1970

Performer: Kenny Hall, Ron Tinkler & Jim Ringer, Larry Hanks & Roger Perkins, Ed & Penny Trickett, Sunny Goodier, Katy Jacko, Jack Link, Sue Stangalini
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Hall, Ringer, Tinkler, Hanks: You Give Me Your Love / Danville Girl / Old & Gray And Only In The Way / Trickett, Goodier & Jacko: Mary & Martha / Climbing High Mountains / Money, Marbles & Chalk / My Lord What A Morning / Rolling HIlls Of The Border / Who Will Sing For Me? / I Must Go Down To The Sea / Wade In The Water / Ed & Penny Trickett: Harvest Song / How Can I Keep From Singing? / Hanks & Perkins: Fisherman's Luck / Little Birdie / The Girl I Left Behind / Side 2: Hanks & Perkins: Beware, Oh Take Care / with Link & Stangalini: Wondrous Love / Saints' Delight / Vigilante Man / Why Oh Why / Goodier & Jacko: Sing In The Spring / Dumbartons Drums / Angel Band / Wind & Rain / Master's Bouquet / Ringer: California Joe / Lucy & Gene / Every Bush & Tree
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff069

Johnny Shines at "In The Alley" - Escondido, California Late Summer, 1972

Performer: Johnn Shines, joined by Jack Tempchin on harmonica
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Introduction - Outline on the blues / Sweet Home Chicago / What's The Matter Now? / Went Down To The Station / Ramblin' Blues / Terraplane Blues / Verna Lee / Crossroads / Shelby County / Guitar Blues Instrumental / I Believe I'll Dust My Broom / Two Trains Runnin' / Good Mornin' Blues / Somebody's Got To Go / It's A Low Down Dirty Shame (I'm In Love With A Married Woman) / Instrumental / (joined by a couple other blues musicians, on harmonica and guitar) Mean Mistreating Momma / Going Where The Southern Cross The Dog / Hello Central / Stormy Monday / Side 2: Blues Instrumental, fragment / start of Kind Hearted Woman, fragment / Blues Instrumental fragment (perhaps a re-start) / Kind Hearted Woman / Backwater Blues / Oh Baby, You Don't Have To Go / She Belongs To Me /
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff070

Sweets Mill Music Camp - The original musical meeting of "The California Sheiks" 1970

Performer: Sam Chatmon and Kenny Hall, with Ed Littlefield, Sue Drahiem, Lou Curtiss, Kathy Hall, Will Scarlett and others.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: I'm Gonna Ride That Train They Call The Cannonball / Nobody's Sweetheart Now / Sittin' On Top Of The World / Graveyard Story / Good Old Turnip Greens / Corrina / Every Time That Woman Touch Me / Whiskey Drinking Woman / She Done Moved To Kansas City / Sailing On The Deep Blue Sea - fragment / Side 2: Old And Gray And Only In The Way / The Little Girl Dressed In Blue / Sweets Mill Blues / What's The Name Of That Thing? / More Risque Lyrics / Stir It Well / I'm Fixin' To Move To The Outskirts Of Town / Some fragments of fiddle tune jam session, many musicians.
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff071

Sweets Mill Music Camp - And Kenny Hall's home in Sanger, California 1970

Performer: Sam Chatmon and Kenny Hall, with many others (see notes).
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: At Sweets Mill, Dennis Scott talks to Sam Chatmon about the old fashioned blues / Kenny Hall & friends: Fiddle Tune / Pigtown Fling / Fiddle Tune / Peeler Creek Waltz / Fiddle Tune / The Girl I Left Behind / Fiddle Tune / Cluck Old Hen / Old Joe Clark / Fiddle Tune / My Grandfather's Clock - Larry Hanks / John Adams, Johnny Shine: Instrumental / My Blue Heaven / Who's Sorry Now / As Tears Go By / He's In The Jailhouse Now / Kind Hearted Woman / Moby Dick / Fiddle Tune / Cluck Old Hen / Song of the Volga Boatman / Moe Hersch - Oceana Roll / The Russian Kids / Beaumont Rag / Party at Kenny Hall's, 11-7-70: Hobb Dye / Cripple Creek / Down Yonder / Old Joe Clark / Jaw Bone / Dance All Night With A Bottle In Your Hand (Fiddler's Dram) / Bully Of The Town / Red Wing / Tommy Don't Go - start only / Side 2: Party #1 continued: Tommy Don't Go / Fiddle Tune / Orange Blossom Special / Wind That Shakes The Barley / Fiddle Tune / Irish Tune / Cherokee Shuffle / Cannonball Blues / Fisher's Hornpipe / Gotta Quit Kickin' My Dog Around / Over The Waterfall / Fiddle Tune / Rickett's Hornpipe / Fiddle Tune / Arkansas Traveler / Rattler Treed The Possum / Liberty Reel / Fiddle Tune / Sail Away Ladies / Mississippi Sawyer / Party #2, Aug. 1, 1970: Fiddle Tune / Ragtime Annie / Orange Blossom Special / Fiddle Tune / Waltz / Rock That Cradle Lucy / Mississippi Sawyer / fiddle fragment / Waltz / I'm Beginning To Forget You /

Note

At Sweets Mill: Sam Chatmon; Kenny Hall w/ Don Beedle -bass, Dennis Scott - guitar, Mac Benford - banjo, Sue Drahiem & Will Spires - fiddles; Larry Hanks; John Adams & John Shine; Moe Hersch; First Party crew: Kenny Hall, Harry Liedstrand - fiddle & mandolin, Carrie Lung - mandolin, Jeff Shelby - guitar & mandolin, Don Beedle - bass, Dennis Scott - fiddle & guitar. Second party Crew: Kenny Hall, Frank Hicks - guitar, Ron Hughie - fiddle, Mississippi Slim - guitar & fiddle, Don Beedle - bass.
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff072

Somewhere in North Park - House Party with "The Lysaders" 1960

Performer: The Lysaders - Terry Huston and Lou Curtiss, plus Phil Isenbeg, Mark Casady, Harold Naus, Marge Best, Jane Coons, Gloria Bubenhofer
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 1 7/8 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bourgeosie Town / Winnsboro Cottonmill Blues / Black, Brown and White Blues / Dark As A Dungeon / Ballad of a Party Folksinger / Talking Little Rock Blues / Talking Bosses Blues / This Land Is Their Land / The Good Old Party Line / Stalingrad, Odessa, and Vladivostok / I'm The Man That Waters The Workers' Beer / Pie In The Sky / Rally Round The Picket Line / Lonesome Rider / The Klan / Strontium 90 / Away With Rum / Talking Guitar Blues / Joe Hill /
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff075

Ray and Ina Patterson May, 1971

Performer: Ray and Ina Patterson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Ray and Ina Patterson made a tape letter to Lou and Virginia Curtiss after the 5th San Diego Folk Festival. They talk about the festival, taking photographs, some cartoons that they had been creating, and recommend other musicians for future festivals, such as Lonnie Glosson and Jim Griffith. Some more discussion of a favorite topic of Ray & Ina - the sorry state of the commercial music business. Also some jokes and skits. Lou says they approached the taped letter much in the same way they approached radio, talking back and forth to the audience.
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff076

Ray and Ina Patterson Winter, 1971

Performer: Ray and Ina Patterson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Performers at the 5th and several subsequent San Diego Folk Festivals. They carried on a tape correspondence with Lou & Virginia Curtiss. Ray & Ina talk, read some articles and criticism of modern commercial country music, and discuss. A lot of this seems to stem from the introduction of the electric guitar into the "Nashville sound", as well as the growing domination of financial interests in radio and music publishing. This tape includes a recording of Lou Curtiss talking about the 'big change' in country music from his perspective. Some discussion of Wayne Raney and his music businness. They recommend and describe Lonnie Glosson as a future performer at Folk Festivals. They discuss being booked at The Heritage prior to the next S.D.F.F.
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff077

Ray and Ina Patterson: Bluegrass music with Lynn Beacher and Joe Daring, banjo players 1971

Performer: Ray and Ina Patterson, Lynn Beacher, Joe Daring.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: With Lynn Beecher on banjo: Banjo In The Holler / Foggy Mountain Chimes / Are You Tired Of Me My Darling? / We Parted On The Riverside / Red Wing / The Wandering Boy / Are You Lonesome Tonight? / Clinch Mountain Backstep / I Found The Way / The Girl I Left In Sunny Tennessee / Pike County Breakdown / Side 2: The Patterson's with Joe Daring on banjo: Rueben's Train / Weary Lonesome Blues / Banjo Signal / Lonesome Road Blues / John Hardy / Hand Me Down My Walking Cane / (with Lynn Beecher on banjo): Ground Speed / When You And I Were Young, Maggie / Little Maggie / Bugle Call Rag / Brown's Ferry Blues - fade out
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff078

Kenny Hall In Concert: Fresno State College December 9, 1969

Performer: Ray and Ina Patterson, Lynn Beacher, Joe Daring.
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: There's Somebody Waiting For Me (Scottish shanty song) / The Wearing Of The Green (Irish Song) / Old And Gray And Only In The Way / Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies / Cajun Song / Sailor's Hornpipe / All The Way To Galway / Zig Zag Clog Dance / E Minor Jig / Swedish Dance / Schottische / Scots Medly March (pipetunes) / Swiss Polka / Norwegian Song (part only) / Side 2: Norwegian Song / Where Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone (German version) / Where Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone (American version) / Italian Swiss Song / Portuguese Dance Music / Mexican Dance / Wagoner (breakdown) / Pewler Creek Waltz / Story about early life and how he learned to play the mandolin / Cowboy Song (w. guitar) / I Ain't Got Nobody (w. guitar) / Angeline The Baker
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff168

Sweets Mill Folk Festivals: 1971 - 1973, Sweets Mill Music Camp, near Auburn, California 1971 - 1973

Performer: Otis Pierce, Jim Ringer, Mary McCaslin, Rita Weill, Lary Hanks, Genny Haley, Hank Bradley, others. The Greater Carmichael Traveling Street Band with Blues men Robery Jeffery and Thomas Shaw, & Will Scarlet on harmonica
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track 1: (BEGINNING OF 1972 FESTIVAL) Bit of dance music / Jim Ringer: Green Green Grass of Home / My Heavenly Home / Mamma Tried / Nice fiddle (Ron Hughey?) / Fiddle Jam Session - Arkansas Traveler (Hank Bradley, Ron Hughey, Earl Collins, Jody Stecher, others) / Otis Pierce: On A Slow Train Through Arkansas / Hangman Slack Your Rope / The Birthday Cake Song / Boogie On The Jaw Harp / Soldier's Joe On The Jaw Harp / Sourwood Mountain On The Jaw Harp / Jim Ringer: Every Bush & Tree / Mary McCaslin: Angel Band / Otis Pierce: I'm Ready To Go / Jaw Harp / The Cowboy and Home / Story and Song about "The Little Ole Town They Call Vernon" / She Came Rolling Down The Mountain / The Pierce's Park Song / Would You Care / Put My Little Shoes Away / Wolves A'Howlin' / The Twist / Turkey In The Straw (jaw harp) / Larry Hanks: Little Stream of Whiskey (Genny Haley sings verse) / Otis Pierce: Tomorrow Never Comes / Policeman: Kenny Hall, Jim Ringer, others / Same: Give The Fiddler A Dram / Otis Pierce: I Don't Want Your Greenback Dollar / Fiddle tune / Fiddle tune 2 (Harry Liedstrand?) / Group singing "Storms Are On The Ocean" / Otis Pierce: Little Pal / Footprints In The Snow / The Precious Jewel / Side 1, Track 2: (START OF 1971) Jam session with Kenny Hall, Rick Epping 'n' gang / Bagpipes and Balkan music (about 30 min.) / Fisher's Hornpipe, Mandolin & Autoharp / Another mandolin & autoharp tune / Kenny Hall & gang on front porch, Arkansas Traveler, Soldier's Joy, Buddy won't You Roll Down the Line, Pretty Little Black-Eyed Susie, Mississippi Sawyer, Dubuque, etc. (30 min.) / Same crew: Old Molly Hair / Buddy Won't You Roll Down The Line / Mississippi Sawyer / Sourwood Mountain (END OF 1971 FESTIVAL) (START OF 1973 FESTIVAL) Otis Pierce: Hangman Won't You Slack Your Rope / Kenny Hall in teaching session on porch at Sweets Mill, and jams with various people - Roll On Little Dogies, Roll On, I'll Never Get Drunk Anymore, The Haunted Falls, Down In The Old Home Town / Virginia Curtiss: Crying Holy Unto The Lord / Bluegrass jam session, with Earl Collins on fiddle / More bluegrass jam session / Earl Collins & Hank Bradley exchange tunes (20 min.) / (Concert Begins) Sweets Mill Mountain Boys: ron Hughey and Frank Hicks - Wednesday Night Waltz, fiddle tunes including Turkey In The Straw (20 min.) / Otis Pierce: Every Bush & Tree / The Orphan Girl / Little Girl Dressed In Blue / Side 2, Track 1: Otis Pierce: Her Name Is Annabelle / Bawdy Song Workshop begins with limerick session "In Fresno They Never Eat Chili" - Jim Ringer, Larry Hanks, Lou Curtiss, Rita Weill, Virginia Curtiss / Rita Weill: I Drew My Sheep Into The Harbor / The Bonny Black Hair / Larry Hanks: The Molecatcher / Rita Weill: The Threshing Machine / Songs by Genny Haley / Lupe The Mexican Whore / Larry Hanks: The Hermit / Mike McClellen: Tribute to King Kalakua's Genitals / Genny Haley: The Flyshit Song / Genny Haley, Larry Hanks: Have You Said "Oh Shit" Today? / Wednesday Waltz (Ron Hughey?) / Otis Pierce: Darlin' Nellie Gray / The Trail To Mexico / The Sierry Peaks / Lonely River / My Horses Ain't Hungry / The Blind Boy's Cry / Little Corey / Wild Geese: Lark In The Morning / Sue Levine: One Little Word / Each Minute Seems A Million Years / Why I Lost Him / Song / Wild Geese: Sportsman Arise / Hunting Songs / More English pub songs, piano & accordian dance tunes, etc. / Sea Chanties: Santy Ana, Roll Alabama Roll / Joyous Holiday Song / My Charming Billy Boy / Fiddler's Green / (END OF 1972 FESTIVAL) Side 2, Track 2: The Golden Toad: Miscellaneous Balkan, Greek, Middle East and Medieval Music / The Sweets Mill Combined Brass Band / Larry Hanks sings Turkey In The Straw, Devil & The Farmer's Wife / Kenny Hall and Hank Bradley and gang - jam session / Thomas Shaw and the Greater Carmichael Traveling Street Band (Shake, Rattle, and Roll) / Carmichael Band: Sweets Mill Prom - Times Gettin' Tougher Than Tough, Westside Boogie, 60 Minute Man, Hello Central Give Me Dr. Jazz, Waa Hoo - Them Hillbillies Are Mountain Williams Now, Do The Hucklebuck, Midnight Dance / Carmichael Band joined by Robert Jeffery on piano and Will Scarlet on harp: Boogie and Blues Session - Something Is Going On Wrong, Sweets Mill Bounce / More Carmichael Band: Royal Telephone, In The Jailhouse Now, Take A Whiff On Me, I Hate To Eat And Run But I'm Still Hunger, Don't Think We're Fiddling While America Burns / Jam with the Carmichaels and Robert Jeffery - Goin' Up The River
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff169

VARIOUS VENUES AND DATES: Sweets Mill Folk Festivals: 1973 & 1975; The Heritage in San Diego; Freight & Salvage, Berkeley, California; Folk Arts Rare Records, San Diego; San Diego State College 1973 - 1975

Creator/Collector: Otis Pierce, Mayne Smith, Susie Rothfield, Paul Anastacie, Jim Ringer, Mary McCaslin, Dr. Humbead's New Tranquility Band, Bruce Frye, Meg Thorburg, Louis Major and His Calypso Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track 1: (Continuation of 1973 Festival) Dobro Workshop with Mayne Smith, including "Lost Highway" (40 min.) / More dobro workshop / Harmonica workshop with Rick Epping and Will Scarlet (25 min.) / Otis Pierce: All I've Got Is A Worried Mind / She Came Rolling Down The Mountain / Jaw Harp / Zebra Dun / (End of 1973 Festival) (Beginning of 1975 Festival) Lou Curtiss intro to Folk Arts Radio Show / Basin Street Blues / Dulcimer tune by Holly Tannen / (next four songs are a rehearsal by Frankie Armstrong's backup band) Susie Rothfield: The Bonny Black Hair - fiddle / Oh, The Boughs and Breezes - guitar / I Was Gonna Be An Engineer - guitar / Gala Whitten: Sweet Heaven, with Frank Hicks, guitar / Sandy Darlington: A House of Sorrow (Blues) / Fare Thee Well (Noah's Dove) / Some Swing at Sweet's Mill, Paul Anastacie, fiddle and Frank Hicks, guitar, unknown piano / Side 1, Track 2: Jim Ringer, one afternoon at Folk Arts, with Mary McCaslin & Virginia Curtiss: Zanzibar / 50,000 Mexicans / Only A Word From Mother / Katy Nora / The Lone Pilgrim / Bright Morning Stars / That's All Right / Richland Woman Blues / Mary McCaslin: Her Version of "California Joe" / Lou Curtiss: Young Edmund / The Jewish Lover / Mary McCaslin at the Heritage, May 27, 1972: Jamie / Truly Love / Wichita Lineman / Down The Road / Living Without You / Goodnight Everybody / Mary McCaslin: Show Me / Help / Walk Right Out Of My Mind / Hollywood, My Home Away From Home On The Range / Way Out West / The San Bernardino Waltz / Circle Of Friends / Fifteen Kids and A Family On The Skids / Ballad Of A Most Wanted Man / Blackbird / New Lost City Ramblers: Mandolin tune / fiddle tune / Dark and Stormy Weather / Side 2, Track 1: Continuation of 'swing session' from Side 1 including Kansas City Kitty, Dark River, Sally Goodin, and several other tunes (about 30 min.) / (END OF SWEETS MILL MATERIAL) Dr. Humbead's New Tranquility Band at Freight & Salvage, Berkeley, CA: Fiddle Tune 1 / Sweet Sunny South / Fiddle Tune 2 / What Is Home Without Babies / Fiddle Tune 3 / Angeline The Baker / Moving Day / Fiddle Tune 4 / Bruce Frye at the Heritage: Goin' Down Slow / I'm So Glad / Corrina, Corrina / I Be Troubled / Dark Valley / Walkin' Down A Country Road / Guitar Instrumental / I'd Rather Be The Devil / Frankie and Johnnie (fragment) / John Bosley: I Left My Hat In San Diego / Gala Whitten: The Old Folk Arts On 5th / Bing Crosby blooper / Gordon MacRae - "This Is No Shit" / Louis Major and his Calypso Band at Folk Arts Rare Records: / Shake That Thing / Ain't No Way / You Are Gone And Left Me For Someone Else / Straighten Up And Fly Right / Let's Go / Side 2, Track 2: Meg Thorburg plays the Nyckleharpa: 2 Swedish Polskas / 2 Polkettes / 2 Waltzes / 2 Marches / 2 more Polskas / 2 Schottisches / 2 more Waltzes / A March and A Walking Tune / 2 More Polskas / Lou Curtiss class lecture "African Retentions In The Blues", featuring Louis Major and his Calypso Band, with Sonny and Chicken on steel drum, congas, bongos and rubboard, with Clarence on bass. / Island In The Sun / Mamma Lay Lay / Calypso Instrumental / Brown Skinned Girl Stay Home And Mind The Baby / Talk About The Steel Drum / More Discussion On The Music / Song - Bang, Bang / Handy Brandy / Shotgun Blues / You're Still My Baby /
 

Subseries 4. Folk Arts Rare Records 1972 - 1975

Scope and Content Note

Lou Curtiss says: "These concerts were held between late 1972 and April 12, 1975 in the Folk Arts Rare Record Shop. The audience varied from just a few people to 80 or 90. The music was of consistently high quality. Some of the performers you may recognize, others may not be familiar. All are worth listening to."
Box 3, Item 2007.04sdff068

First House Concert - Home of Lou & Virginia Curtiss April 17, 1970

Performer: Thomas Shaw - Texas Blues, Sam Chatmon - Mississippi Blues
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 1 7/8 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track B: Thomas Shaw: 24 Hours A Day / I Believe My Time Ain't Long / I Don't Want No Woman If Her Hair Ain't No Longer Than Mine / Katie Mae / Howlin' Wolf / Prison Blues / Rock Me / I Just Can't Keep From Crying / Dr. King / Amazing Grace / When I Started Out / I Don't Want To Be Lost / San Diego Blues / Piney Woods Money Mama / Easy Rider, Don't Deny My Name / Matchbox Hold My Clothes / Welfare Blues / Going Down To Louisiana / Sam Chatmon: St. Louis Blues / That's All Right / She's Gonna Move To Kansas City / Sam's Rag / She's A Cold Blooded Murderer / I'm A Fool About Her Lovin' / Prowlin' Groundhog / Dictation Blues (Instrumental) / Brown Skinned Woman / God Don't Like Ugly / I'm A Cross-Cut Saw / I'm Gonna Move / The Sugar Blues / It's Your Last Time / Black Night / My Baby's Gone / Let The Good Times Roll / Sam Chatmon: P Stands For Push / Hold It On The Bottom / I Love That Woman / Every Time That Woman Touch Me / Too Tight Baby / The Sheik of Araby / Thomas Shaw: Listen To My Motor Roll / Out and Down / Driftin' / I Got A Brown Skinned Woman (joined by Sam Chatmon on this and the remaining songs) / I Believe My Time Is Long / Sittin' On Top Of The World / I'm Gonna Ride That Train They Call The Cannon Ball / Little Bitty Woman / Make Me Down A Pallet On Your Floor / Got The Blues To See My Woman - partial /
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff125

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert Series April 17, 1970

Performer: The Old Scratch Band: Fiddlin' Red Simpson, Gail Simpson, Bob Sylvester
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Old Mother Logo / The Temperance Reel / Little Red Haired Boy / Darlin' Nelly Grell / Boatman / Cotton Eyed Joe / Cluck Old Hen / Going Down The River / Whiskey Before Breakfast / Down In The Old Home Town / The Buffalo Breakdown or Stony Point / Little Beggarman / Gail on piano - Classical ragtime piece called "The Grizzly Bear Rag" / Maple Leaf Rag / Side 2 blank.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff126

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert Series April 17, 1970

Performer: The Old Scratch Band: Fiddlin' Red Simpson, Gail Simpson, Bob Sylvester
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 1 7/8 ips, four track, mono. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Old Time Fiddle Tune / Little Rabbit / The Indian War Whoop / Molly Put The Kettle On / Rickett's Hornpipe / Soldier's Joy / Side 2 blank.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff127

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert Series Late 1972

Performer: Jim Ringer and Mary McCaslin
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Leavin' Home / Rank Stranger / My Name Is James Westley / Queen Of The Rail / Angel Band / I Believe If I Lived My Life Again / Side 2 blank.
Box 5, Item 2007.04sdff128

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert Series Late 1972

Performer: Jim Ringer and Mary McCaslin
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: I'm Willin' / Cowpoke / The Dreary Black Hills / The Goodnight-Loving Trail / The San Bernardino Waltz / Waitin' For The Hard Times To Go / Streamline Cannonball / Poor Boy Gene / The Dealers / Saginaw Michigan / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff129

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert Series Late 1972

Performer: Jim Ringer and Mary McCaslin
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Rovin' Gambler / Going Away / Dim Lights & Bar Fights / Please Don't Play A-11 / Loose Talk / Drink Up & Go Home / The Lone Pilgrim / Will The Circle Be Unbroken / Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies / Bright Morning Stars / The Dealers / Katy Nora / Eileen Aroon / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff130

Mini Blues Festival Late 1972

Performer: Sam Chatmon, Thomas Shaw, Robert Jeffery, Tom "Tomcat" Courtney
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sam Chatmon: Somebody Loves You / What's The Name Of This Thing? / We're Going Round The Mountain / Tom Shaw: Your Sawmill's Burning Down / My Baby Left Me / I Believe My Time Ain't Long / Because, Just Because / Ain't Gonna Marry / Ain't Gonna Rain No More / Don't Want No Woman If Her Hair Aint No Longer Than Mine / Strange Woman / Howlin' Wolf / Tomcat Courtney: Mojo Hand / Since I Met You Baby / It's A Shame / Baby Please / Hootchie Cootchie Man / Felt So Bad This Morning / Bottle Up And Go / Sam and Bob: Blues Instrumental - guitar and piano / Side 2 blank.

Note

The material on this tape is continued on Tapes 141 and 142.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff131

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert Late 1972

Performer: Lou and Virginia Curtiss
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bald Headed End Of The Broom (false start) / My Rough & Rowdy Ways / Be My Hula Love / Oh, By Jingo and Down In Jungle Town / Please Help Me I'm Crawlin' / Queen Jane / The Wreck of Old 97 / Mississippi Sawyer on French Harp / Sally Goodin on jews harp / Sourwood Mountain - jews harp / A Mother Was Bathing Her Baby / They're Digging Up Father's Grave To Build A Sewer / Crazy Words, Crazy Tune and Coney Island Washboard / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff132

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert Late 1972

Performer: Jack Tempchin and Warren Hughey, David Evans
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Tempchin & Hughey, Two guitars: Peaceful, Easy Feeling / Stingaree / The Circle Ties That Bind / Already Gone / Polka Dot Blues / One More Song / David Evans: Catfish Blues / Big Fat Momma Blues / Ham and Eggs / Sugar To The Bone / Railroad Blues / John Henry / You're Gonna Look Like A Monkey When You Get Old / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff133

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert January 5, 1973

Performer: Jim Ringer and Mary McCaslin
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: I'm Willin' / Story About Shooting Craps / Black Waters / Jack Daniels / Bald Headed End Of The Broom / Going Away / Saginaw Michigan / Hollywood My Home Away From Home On The Range / It's Good To Get Home / Snag Toothed Sal / Loose Talk / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff134

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert January 5, 1973

Performer: Curt Bouterse
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: You've Been A Friend To Me / Waiting For Nancy Medley / Sad And Lonesome Day / Tune On Asian Harmonica - Bachelor's Hall / Dulcimer Tune / Farewell My Friends, I'm Bound For Canaan / Hammer Dulcimer - Temperance Reel / The Ways Of The World / Ducks On The Pond / Mississippi Sawyer / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff135

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert January 12, 1973

Performer: David Evans
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Matchbox Blues / CC Rider / Big Road Blues / Blues Song / Candy Man / Arkansas Blues / Peach Tree Blues / Hobo You Can't Ride This Train / Rollin' And Tumblin' / I Be Troubled / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff136

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert December 30, 1972

Performer: Bob Webb and Curt Bouterse
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Otto Wood, The Bandit / In The State Of Old Arkansas / Smoke, Smoke That Cigarette / Temperance Reel / Soldier's Joy / Over The Waterfall / Sweet Sunny South / Irish Washerwoman / Ducks On The Pond / Little Beggarman / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff137

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert December 30, 1972

Performer: Sam Chatmon
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: I Got The Blues For My Baby / Somebody Stole My Gal / Sitting On Top Of The World / On The Isle of Capri / Eating Meat / Let Me Call You Sweetheart / Liza Jane / P Stands For Push / Prowlin' Groundhog / Go Back Old Devil / I'm A Crawlin' King Snake / I'm Gonna Ride The Train They Call The Cannonball / Frank James / All Night Long / That's All Right / 'Bout A Spoonfull / Trouble In Mind / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff138

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert December 30, 1972

Performer: Sam Chatmon
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: St. Louis Blues / I'll Be Loving That Woman / My Outside Friend / Let The Good Times Roll / I'm Fixin' To Move / Fishing Blues / I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And Write Myself A Letter / I Knew You Didn't Love Me, Woman / My Momma Told Me / My Baby's Gone / The Lead's All Gone, The Pencil Won't Write No More / You Better Move To California / Where'd You Stay Last Night? / How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone? / Story About the Shortcut Through The Cemetary / Don't Take Nobody's Word / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff139

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert December 30, 1972

Performer: Bob Webb and Sam Chatmon
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bob Webb: Maggie Walker Blues / Spike Driver's Blues / Candy Man / Freight Train / Worried Blues / Bad Boy Santa Claus / South Bound / Sam Chatmon: Shake 'Em On Down / Springtime In The Rockies / I Want To Stretch Them Things / God Don't Like Ugly / What's The Name Of That Thing / Hold It On The Bottom / Ashtray Taxi / Brown Skinned Woman Blues / Pussy Cat / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff140

Folk Arts Rare Records Concert January 6, 1973

Performer: Curt Bouterse
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Jordan Is A Hard Road To Travel I Believe / I Thought I Heard My True Love Say / Cluck Old Hen - Yonder He Goes / Scoldin' Wife / The Irish Girl / The Lady Of Carlisle / 2 Shaker Tunes - Oh We Have Found A Lovely Vine and The Very Fine Gift / I'll Pawn You My Gold Watch and Chain / Hammer Dulcimer - Temperance Reel / Another hammer dulcimer tune / Going Down The River / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff141

Continuation of Mini Blues Festival (Tape 130) Late 1972

Performer: Louis Major, Tom Courtney, Thomas Shaw
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Pork Salad Annie / Going To Louisiana, Get Me A Mojo Hand / You Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone / I Can't Stand To See You Go / Big Boss Man / I Don't Want A Soul Hanging Around My House When I'm Not At Home / Hootchie Kootchie Man / Broke My Teacher's Rule / Since I Met You Baby / Please Don't Go / You Left Me For Someone Else / Shake That Thing / Ain't It Lonesome? / Side 2 blank.

Note

Tapes 141 and 142 are a continuation of material on Tape 130.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff142

Continuation of Mini Blues Festival (Tape 130) Late 1972

Performer: Robert Jeffery, Louis Major, Tom Courtney
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Where'd You Stay Last Night? / I Ain't Goin' Down Yonder / Hush, Hush / Side 2 blank.

Note

Tapes 141 and 142 are a continuation of material on Tape 130.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff143

The Old Scratch Band February 2, 1973

Performer: Red Simpson, Gail Simpson, Bob Sylvester with Jim Ringer
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Temperance Reel / Little Rabbit / Indian War Whoop / Whiskey Before Breakfast / with Jim Ringer: Cotton-Eyed Joe / Stony Point, or The Buffalo Breakdown / Sail Away Ladies / Policeman / Lost Goose / Rickett's Hornpipe / Ragtime Annie - Fiddlin' Red on mandolin / Angeline The Baker / Liberty / Sally Goodin / Grey Eagle / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff144

Mary McCaslin and Jim Ringer February 2, 1973

Performer: Mary McCaslin and Jim Ringer
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Up And Down The Road / I Know My Mother's Waiting / I'm Willin' / A Chance To Be Lovers / We're All Just Putty / The Stages Of My Life / So Hard Living Without You / Queen Of The Rails / Railroad Bumming Stories / San Bernardino Suite - The Most Wanted Man / Just A Cowpoke / Way Out West / I Believe If I Lived My Life Again / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff145

Phil Gross and Mark Montijo February 16, 1973

Performer: Phil Gross and Mark Montijo
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: I'm Willin' / A Clear Warm Feeling / The Old Wisconsin That I Knew / Going To California / Maybe We Could Get Together / I've Got A Long Ways To Go / Throw Myself Away / You Ought To Know I Love You / Close Your Eyes / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff146

Phil Gross with Shirley Cramer and Dave Robinson February 16, 1973

Performer: Phil Gross with Shirley Cramer and Dave Robinson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: With Shirley Cramer - Gamblers Without A Name / I'll Keep It With Mine / Momma Tried / America / Sail Away / With Dave Robinson - Corrina / I'm Free / Fiddle Tune Medley / She Turns From Her Window To Me / Rock Salt And Nails / Six Days On The Road / Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff151

The Rick and Joe Show February 16, 1973

Performer: Rick and Joe
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: The Hermit / Uncle Phil / The Song / Glen Haven Estates / Back Porch Song / Speaking As A Man / Cattlemen and Nesters / Bob Dylan Song / Place Filets / Sad, Sad Song / Revival / C-Tuning Song / Side 2 blank.

Note

Lou Curtiss recalls: "Rick & Joe claimed to have no last names as part of their persona. If they did I never knew them. They were 'The Rick & Joe Show'. That's how they wanted to be billed."
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff152

Martin Henry at Folk Arts February 16, 1973

Performer: Martin Henry
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: They'll Know Who I Am / I'm My Own Grandpa / Phantom 309 / Lovesick Blues / Talkin' Guitar Blues / Just Like Tom Thumb Blues / I've Got Spurs That Jingle, Jangle, Jingle / The Lightning Express / The Trusty Lariat Side 2 blank.
Box 6, Item 2007.04sdff153

Curt Bouterse at Folk Arts February 23, 1973

Performer: Curt Bouterse
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Angeline The Baker on Southeast Asian mouth organ / You've Been A Friend To Me / Waiting For Nancy / Dulcimer - Fiddle Tune and Bonaparte's Retreat / Scoldin' Wife / Talk About Instruments / Bachelor's Hall / Autoharp song, "Carter's Blues" / Hammer dulcimer, Ducks On The Pond / The Ways Of The World / Side 2 blank.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff154

Salt Creek at Folk Arts (Part 1) February 23, 1973

Performer: Graham and Ginnie Wickham
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Rubber Dolly / Long Journey Home / War Is A-Raging / Cluck Old Hen / Louisville Burgler / Wild Bill Jones / Muddy Roads / Maggie Walker Blues / Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss / The Lowlands of Holland / Dusty Miller / Side 2 blank.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff155

Salt Creek at Folk Arts (Part 2) February 23, 1973

Performer: Graham and Ginnie Wickham
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Arkansas Traveler / Little Sadie / Old Man At The Mill / Salt Creek / Hop Light Ladies / Blackjack Davey / Johnny Booker / Buck Dancer's Choice / Charley's Neat / Don't Let Your Deal Go Down / Soldier's Joy and Devil's Dream / Side 2 blank.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff164

The Signifying Monkey, and other dirty ditties, boasts and risque blues. circa 1972

Performer: Thomas Shaw
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Mr. Bud Russell's Farm (4 Moore Brothers) / Good Morning Blues / Uncle Bud's Blues / Signifying Monkey (Dirty Mistreater) / The Eagle / The Signifying Monkey / Uncle Bud / A to Z Blues / Answer to Mr. Charley's Blues / Blues After Hours / Side 2: Open The Door Babe / Tom Shaw's Breakdown / Tom's Blues / James Miller was a mighty blues man / I Got A Brown Skin Woman / Tell Me Mama Can I Go Home With You? / Going Down Slow / 2 Victorian Parlor Songs, Sweet Flower and I Had To Go To Court /

Note

Private taping. Lou says Tom Shaw walked into the record shop with his guitar one day and said, "Turn on your tape recorder." He proceeded to record these several tracks, including some bawdy songs and recitations. When he was done, he stood up and said, "Now I'm going Church" - meaning I've put these down for you, now I'm done with them.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff165

Thomas Shaw - Interview and Songs circa 1972

Performer: Thomas Shaw
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: T For Texas / Jimmy Rogers / XEMO Radio / Born In The Blues / Willie Shaw and Buddy Shaw, cousins in Brenham, Texas / Old Songs / Ella Speed / Take Me Back Babe / Blues Singers Around Moody, Texas / Blind Lemon Jefferson / One Dime Blues / More History of Blues contacts and influences / Texas Alexander / Original Howlin' Wolf / Howlin' Wolf Blues / Prowlin' Howlin' Wolf / Howlin' Wolf homicide in Oklahoma / Life in Oklahoma, early '30s / Thousand Pound Red, famous cotton picker / Blind Willie Johnson / Texas Alexander / French harp music / Mocking a train / Lost John In The Wilderness / If I Had My Way / Trouble So Hard / Parents, Mother still alive / My Mother / More About Tom's Family / Family String Band / Death of Older Brother / Side 2: Texas Alexander Song - Don't The Moon Look Pretty (Tom Devil) / Back To West Texas - Caprock / Ramblin' Thomas in Vernon, Texas / Learning Blind Lemmon's Guitar Style / Piney Woods Momma Blues / Move To San Diego in 1934 / Playing On Radio Station XEMO in Tijuana / Smokey Hogg, T-Bone Walker, etc. / Rusty Paine, prize fighter / Jesse Rogers / Writing my own songs, WPA project / WPA Blues / Song stolen / List of Tom Shaw's original songs / Mean Little Woman / Death of Older Brother / Guitar fragment / Song about Tom Moore / CC Rider / Open The Door, Babe / Another Old Song / Different Dance Styles / Lott Brothers / Mance Lipscomb / Growing Up In Navasota / My Gal's Too Sweet To Die (2 ways) / Howlin' Wolf Prowlin' Song /

Note

Private taping.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff166

Bonnie Jefferson and Robert Jeffery - Interview and Songs (Part 1) circa 1972

Performer: Bonnie Jefferson and Robert Jeffery
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Love Me Or Leave Me / Take Me Back / Ella Speed / Real Black Mare / Saint Louis Blues - T For Texas / Woke Up This Morning / Blues All Round My Bed / When I Started Singing / First Songs / Shape Note Singing / Talk About Early Songs / Sitting On Top Of The World / Louise / Crow, Rooster, Crow / 24 Hours A Day / I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal You / Won A Talent Show Scholarship / Mary Bethune, National Youth Camp / Governor Bailey of Arkansas / Bob Jeffery: Baby What's The Matter Now? / Big Legged Woman / Blind Lemon Song - Stocking Feet Blues / Handsome Stranger / Do The Huckle Butt / My Arm Is 4 Inches Short / Piano blues: My Home's In San Diego, I'm In Fresno / Side 2: Rock Me / Blow, Train - I Got One More Ride / I Have Had My Fun / Bonnie and Robert: Just A Teeny Weeny Bit Of Your Love / I Wonder How You Feel (Rock Me) /

Note

Private taping, interview with Lou Curtiss.
Box 7, Item 2007.04sdff167

Bonnie Jefferson and Robert Jeffery - Interview and Songs (Part 2) circa 1972

Performer: Bonnie Jefferson and Robert Jeffery
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, four track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Real Black Mare / Oh Take Me Back / Every Day I Have The Blues / Woke Up This Morning / Interview / 24 Hours A Day / with Robert Jeffery: You Don't Have To Go / Trouble In Mind / Trouble In Mind ver. 2 / Real Black Mare /

Note

Private taping, interview with Lou Curtiss.
Box 9, Item 2007.04sdff229

Holly Tannen at Folk Arts May 8, 1973

Performer: Holly Tannen
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Tannen: Renardine / The Brazos River / Greenbriar Boys' song, High Muddy Water / Bonaparte's Retreat / Will You Love Me Tomorrow? / Why Do You Bob Your Hair, Girls? / Southern Fried Chickens Theme Song / What Do You Do If You're Young And White And Jewish? /
Box 9, Item 2007.04sdff230

"The Treefrogs" Reunion - Holly Tannen and Ellen Bush May 8, 1973

Performer: Holly Tannen and Ellen Bush
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Tannen and Bush on banjo and mountain dulcimer: Banjo tune (fragment) / Prize-winning tune for "The Treefrogs" - June Apple / Monsieur Cheatham's Garage / Wild Horse At Stony Point / The White Cockade / Wind That Shakes The Barley / Medley, sort of - Betty Larkin and Cold Rain and Snow / Cold Rain And Snow / Medley: Bulgarian Tune and Israeli Dance / Oh Death / Two Renaissance Tunes / Greek Tune - Yaraquina, 7/8 time /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff231

Holly Tannen - Part 2 May 8, 1973

Performer: Holly Tannen
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Tannen:Buck Eyed Jim / Salt Creek - Cluck Old Hen / Ramblin' Around / Little Maggie / Home Dearie Home / Two Renaissance Dances, "Come Again, Sweet Love Doth Now Invite" and "Shall I Sue?" / Battle of Auchrim / Custom Made Woman Blues / Deep Ellum Blues / Young Girl Cut Down In Her Prime / Crueskin (The Jug) / Ragtime Annie / Swiss Italian Tune / Jenny's Gone Away / Rodney's Glory (on piano) / George Barabsa (piano) /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff232

Hank and Sandy Bradley, with the Old Hat Band - 2nd Set May 7, 1973

Creator/Collector: Hank and Sandy Bradley with John Burke, fiddle - Ellen Bush, banjo - Jeff Thorn, guitar
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bradleys: Them Old Weary Blues / Fall By The Wayside / Frankie and Albert / Home Town Blues / Joined by The Old Hat Band: All Night Long Blues / Left All Alone Again Blues / The Florida Blues / Bradleys: Macedonian Tune / Bulgarian Tune / Bulgarian Song, with shepherd's flute (kaval) / Greek Tune / Tune in Eleven Beats /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff233

Hank and Sandy Bradley - 1st Set May 7, 1973

Creator/Collector: Hank and Sandy Bradley
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bradleys: My Lazy Day / Richland Women Blues / Getting The Hell Out Of Fresno / Ducks On The Mill Pond / I'm On My Long Journey Home / Mistreated Mama Blues / Zagreb / Bull At The Wagon / Fiddle Waltz / Water Bound And I Can't Go Home / Feedle Leedle Lee Bop (Lee County Blues) /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff234

Hank and Sandy Bradley - 3rd Set May 7, 1973

Creator/Collector: Hank and Sandy Bradley, joined by Ellen Bush and Jeff Thorn of Old Hat Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bradleys: Got The Farmland Blues / The Boys Of Wexford / You Can Rely On Jose's Appliance Repair / Jose The Appliance Healer / The Anthem Of Jose's Appliance Shop / Tilden (banjo tune written by Hank Bradley) / A Tune that Hank Bradley may have written / Corrina / The Mayor Is A Good Ole Boy / Joined by Ellen Bush and Jeff Thorn: Milwaukee Blues / Jordan Am A Hard Road To Travel /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff235

U.Utah Phillips, with A.J. Soars on guitar: Part 1 May 9, 1973

Creator/Collector: Bruce Phillips
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Phillips: Over In Tijuana / Compliments to Lou Curtiss on The Festival / Hush You're Cryin' And I'll Sing To You / Concerts Are A Drag, Phillips talks with audience / Think Of Me As You Ride Away / Hard Rock Mining In The West / Hey Boy, Let It Ring / Old Time Working Cowboys / The Goodnight - Loving Trail / Outlaws and Gangsters / Jesse James / The Railroad Land Grab / In The Arms Of My Own Phoebe Snow / She'll Never Be Mine / Labor Sharks / Dump The Bosses Off Your Back / Prisoners of the Varona / They Go Wild, Simply Wild Over Me (T-Bone Slim song) / The Beginning Of Industrial Unions / Joe Hill and The Tijuana Rebellion / The Fight To Get True History Into The Schools / Pie In Sky When You Die (That's A Lie) /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff236

U.Utah Phillips, with A.J. Soars on guitar and Nancy Katz: Part 2 May 9, 1973

Creator/Collector: Bruce Phillips, A.J. Soars, Nancy Katz
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Soars: Let's Drop The Big One Now / Louise / Nancy Katz: Private Property / Phillips: Child Taxidermist / Daddy What's A Train? / I Wrote A Hymn - I Believe If I Lived My Life Again, I'd Still Be Here With You /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff237

Martin Henry at Folk Arts - March 9, 1973 March 9, 1973

Creator/Collector: Martin Henry
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Intro by Lou Curtiss / They'll Know Who I Am / Goodnight Loving Trail / I'm My Own Grandpa / Talkin' Guitar Blues / Waiting For A Train / Window Shopping / Phantom 309 /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff238

Tom Courtney and Karen Nyzeli March 13, 1973

Creator/Collector: Tom Courtney, Karen Nyzeli
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Courtney: Hoochie Koochie Man / Shame, Shame / Hush Hush / How Can You Walk Away? / All Your Fetchin' Is Gone / Going Down Slow / Help Me Baby / Nyzeli: Delia / If We Lie In Our Bed Once Again / Moscow Night / Tis A Gift To Be Simple / The Water Is Wide / Take It Slow & Easy / I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry / Shady Grove / Song fragment /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff239

Karen Nyzeli March 16, 1973

Creator/Collector: Karen Nyzeli
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: In Them Old Cotton Fields At Home / Island In The Sun / Manha Da Carnaval / Shake Sugaree / If He's Gone, Let Him Go / I Loved A False Young Man / Saint James Infirmary /Gold Watch and Chain / I Shall Be Released / La Zandunga / Jamaica Farewell / Ain't It A Shame / Seek And Ye Shall Find / The Loom Of Life Is Moving, The Weaving Is All Your Own / How Can A Little Fish Live Without Water? /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff240

Sam Chatmon - April 13, 1973 April 13, 1973

Creator/Collector: Sam Chatmon
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: St. Louis Blues / Prowlin' Groundhog / God Don't Like Ugly / Ashtray Taxi / I Got The Whiskey / I Can't Use You No More / Nine Brothers / Cold-Blooded Murderer / Fishin' Blues / What's The Name Of That Thing / That's Alright / Waiting For A Train / Screwdriver / Sam's Rag / Bumble Bee (fragment) /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff241

Tom Courtney and Henry Ford Thompson - April 13, 1973 April 13, 1973

Creator/Collector: Tom Courtney and Henry Ford Thompson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: I Wonder, Lord, I Wonder / Polk Salad Annie / Call Me On The Phone / Where'd You Stay Last Night / Everybody Knows About My Good Friend / Memphis (instrumental) / Big Boss Man / Pretty Baby / Any Way You Want Me / Rock Me Baby / Johnny B. Goode (vocal, Henry Ford Thompson) / Shame, Shame (fragment) /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff242

The Normal Heights Lounge Lizards - April 13, 1973 April 13, 1973

Creator/Collector: Sarah Kerr, Carlos Calabi, Mike Shway, Marc Paschman, others
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Sail Away, Ladies, Sail Away / Charlie Poole song - Movin' Day / Didn't He Ramble? / Blues In A Bottle / Devilish Mary / Big Ball In Brooklyn / Cripple Creek / The Baltimore Fire / We're Gonna Eat Some Worms (Dr. Ross Dog Food TV Commercial) / This Morning / Don't Drink Nothin' But Corn / Turkey In The Straw / The Hungry Hash House /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff243

Ray & Ina Patterson - April 28, 1973 April 28, 1973

Creator/Collector: Ray & Ina Patterson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: My Home's Across The Blue Ridge Mountains / The Cannonball Blues / There Was A Time / Shine On Me / The Nashville Blues / Greenback Dollar / Bring Back My Wandering Boy / Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies / Sinful To Flirt / Duelin' Banjos (w. mandolin and guitar) / Wish I'd Stayed In The Wagon Yard /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff244

Jane Voss, Part 1 - April 28, 1973 April 28, 1973

Creator/Collector: Jane Voss
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Leavin' Home / The Ballad Of Henry Lee / That Aggavating Beauty, Lola Walls / Back Street Affair / Dublin Street Song / The Foggy Dew / Gold Watch And Chain / Country Girl Blues (James Alley) / Standing Behind Some Man /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff245

Jane Voss, Part 2 - April 28, 1973 April 28, 1973

Creator/Collector: Jane Voss
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Storms Are On The Ocean / Keep On The Sunny Side / Jim Blake Your Wife Is Dying / The Cuban Soldier / It Takes A Worried Man / Railroading On The Great Divide / The Faded Roses Of December / Both Sides Of The Coin / You've Been A Friend To Me / Give Me My Flowers While I'm Living / What Are Friends For?
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff246

S.E. Neff May 9, 1973

Performer: S.E. Neff
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: The Lop-Eared Mule / Sadie Mae / Alexander's Rag Time Band / Old Time Waltz / Pop Goes The Weasel / The Richland Polka / Westfalia Waltz / Elk's Festival Hornpipe / Ragged Annie / Haste To The Wedding / Old Square Dance Tune From Kansas / Peek-A-Boo Waltz / Paddy On The Hand Car / Dark Town Strutter's Ball / Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone / College Hornpipe / 3 Tunes - Somebody Loves You, Margie, Shantytown / Fisher's Hornpipe /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff247

The Korn Family - Roger and Meryl Korn May 9, 1973

Performer: Roger and Meryl Korn
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Gold Watch And Chain / Bringing Mary Home / Victory Rag / Sweet Sunny South / Sad And Lonesome Day / Nelly Bligh / Foggy Mountain Top / Shackles And Chains / Baltimore Fire / Spanish Flangdang, guitar instrumental / Bold Jack Donahue / Little Beggarman / Homestead On The Farm / The Lightning Express /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff248

Jam Session - Brian Steeger, S.E. Neff, Roger and Meryl Korn, Martin Henry May 9, 1973

Creator/Collector: Brian Steeger, S.E. Neff, Roger & Meryl Korn, Martin Henry
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Soldier's Joy / Old Joe Clark / Paddy On The Hand Car (Red Haired Boy, Little Beggarman) / Mississippi Sawyer / Brian's Song / Going Up Sandy / Bill Cheatham / Ragged Annie / Turkey In The Straw / Hot Stuff /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff249

Martin Henry, with A.J. Soars May, 1973

Creator/Collector: Martin Henry
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Once A Day / Loving Of The Game / Window Shopping / Railroading On The Great Divide / Sadie Brown / Just Like Tom Thumb Blues /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff250

Wildwood - Part 1 June 1, 1973

Performer: Sue Rosenberg, Bob Wade, Bud Smithy, Don Holcomb
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Wildwood: Take It Easy / Tom and Jerry / Danny's Song / Rock Me On The Water / Way Down To Mexico / The Tears In My Eyes They're Just For Me And You / Holly Come Home Again / Someday Soon / Come On Give It To Me / Mare, Take Me Home / I'll Never Turn Back No More /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff251

Wildwood - Part 2 June 1, 1973

Creator/Collector: Sue Rosenberg, Bob Wade, Bud Smithy, Don Holcomb
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Wildwood: They're Bound To Go / There's A Train Leaves Here This Morning / Say You Will / Dead Skunk In The Middle Of The Road / The Woman In You / You Ain't Going Nowhere / Country Song / Willin' / Everybody Starts Movin' / Six Days On The Road / Come On Baby, Let The Good Times Roll /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff252

Sam Chatmon with Robert Jeffery, piano June 1, 1973

Creator/Collector: Sam Chatmon and Robert Jeffery
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Chatmon: St. Louis Blues / Sam's Rag / My Baby Left Me / Hollendale Rag / I Got The Whiskey / Cold Blooded Murderer / It's Your Last Time / The Isle Of Capri / That's Alright / Don't Let Your Deal Go Down / Prowlin' Groundhog / Vicksburg, Mississippi Blues / Ashtray Taxi / with Jeffery: My Baby Left Me / Blues Tune (vocal by Robert Jeffery) / Black Night /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff253

Martin Henry - June 9, 1973 June 9, 1973

Performer: Martin Henry
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Henry: Detroit City / Long Gone Lonesome Blues / Old Buttermilk Sky / Silver Haired Daddy Of Mine / Hello, Hawaii How Are You / Walking The Floor Over You / Starlight On The Rails / I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry / The Dying Hobo / The Danville Girl / Happy Trails /
Box 10, Item 2007.04sdff254

Sam Chatmon and Robert Jeffery: "The Watergate Blues and Other Topics" June 9, 1973

Creator/Collector: Sam Chatmon and Robert Jeffery
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Jeffery: Watergate Blues / Chatmon: My Baby's Gone (Water "Gap") / Chatmon: She's My Baby / Chatmon: Cold-Blooded Murderer / Jeffery: Late Last Night / Chatmon: Crazy 'Bout Her Lovin' (Shake That Thing) / Bob's Rag / Jeffery: Rock Me Baby / Jeffery: Love Me All Night Long / Jeffery: I'm So Glad Trouble Don't Last Always / Chatmon: Open That Book (Daddy's Got To Read To You) / Chatmon: Sam's Rag / Chatmon: That's Alright / Chatmon: Wrote A Letter This Morning / Jeffery: Shakin' That Thing / Chatmon: Bumble Bee /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff255

Jerry Cottrell June 15, 1973

Creator/Collector: Jerry Cottrell
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Cottrell: Deep River Blues / Ain't She Sweet / Go Away (by Bruce Phillips) / Can't Leave The City Blues / Apple Picker's Reel / Little Ones Chewed On The Bone / Sugar Babe / The Thousand-Legged Worm / Once I Knew A Young Man / Abilene / Mr. Noah / Me And Bobbie McGee / Sweet Georgia Brown / The Birth Of The Blues / St. James Infirmary /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff256

The Rick and Joe Show - June 15, 1973 June 15, 1973

Creator/Collector: Rick and Joe
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Rick & Joe: Looney Tunes Theme / Gold Rush Song / Guitar Instrumental / Glen Haven Estates / Far out instrumental with taped sound effects accompaniment / Let Those Brown Eyes Smile At Me / Winter Wind / Tried And True Teaser / The Sound Is Ringing Clearly / Watch Out You Pagans / Cattlemen And Nesters / Midnight Has Turned Into Day / Back Porch Song / Reflections / I Know A Very Special Place / The Hermit / I Ain't Got The Strength /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff257

Mini Blues Festival - Part 1 June 22, 1973

Creator/Collector: Robert Jeffery; Tom Shaw and Robert Jeffery; Tom Shaw (solo); Sam Chatmon (solo)
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: effery: Sometime, Do You Feel The Way I Do? / Do You Wonder Baby? / Oh Baby, You Don't Have To Go / Watergate Blues / Big Legged Woman / Shaw & Jeffery: Rock My Baby Back Home / Matchboxes And Salty Dogs / 24 Hours A Day / Best Gal In Town / Texas Blues / JT Smith's Howlin' Wolf Part 1 / Matchbox Blues (Blind Lemon Jefferson version) / Some Men Like Doggin' / Hey Mr. Nixon / Chatmon: St. Louis Blues / Prowlin' Groundhog / Cold Blood Murderer / That's My Woman / I Got The Whiskey /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff258

Mini Blues Festival - Part 2 June 22, 1973

Creator/Collector: Tom Courtney & Henry Ford Thompson, Bonnie Jefferson w/ Robert Jeffery, Louis Major
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Courtney: Shame, Shame, Shame / You Got Me Dizzy / Since I Met You Baby / Why I Sing The Blues / Two Trains Running / Jefferson: Love Me Or Leave Me / Woke Up This Morning / Woke Up This Morning (Jeffery, vocal) / 24 Hours A Day / The Hucklebuck (Jeffery, vocal) / Rock Me Baby / Major: Stone Cold Dead In The Market / Brown Skin Girl / Lay, Lay, Lay / Ain't No Way / Zombie Jamboree / Oh Pretty Girl (incomplete) /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff259

Mini Blues Festival - Part 3 June 22, 1973

Creator/Collector: Sam Chatmon, Robert Jeffery, Tom Courtney and Henry Ford Thompson
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Chatmon: The Lead's All Gone (The Pencil Won't Write No More) / Crazy About Her Lovin' / Brown Skinned Woman / Chatmon and Jeffery: Rub Me (Jeffery, vocal) / Black Night / I'm A Cross-Cut Saw / Ashtray Taxi / Got The Blues To See My Woman (Don't Know If She Want To See Me) / I'm Gonna Move To California / Courtney & Thompson: Believe I'll Dust My Broom / Rock Me / I Wonder / Hoochie Kootchie Man / Early One Morning I Was On My Way To School / I Need A String /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff260

Rita Weill June 22, 1973

Performer: Rita Weill
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Weill: Mouth Music (Unquenching Fire) / The Dirty Old Piper / Little Beggarman / The Old Man Rocking The Cradle / Henry Lee (Child 68) / The Two Brothers (Child 48) / Roger The Miller / The Bitter Withy / Polly Oliver's Rambles / I Will Give My Love A Reefer / The Route Of The Blues / In That Dear Old Village Churchyard /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff261

Rita Weill - Part 2 June 22, 1973

Creator/Collector: Rita Weill
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Weill: More Pretty Girls Wouldn't Have Him / Night Courting Song (from Orkney Isles) / The Dreadful Wind & Rain (from Kilby Snow - Child 10) / I Drew My ship Into The Harbor (from Northumberland) / Long Peggin' Awl / The Threshing Machine / Davy Faa (Child 200) / The Cruel Mother (Child 20) / The Whistling Thief /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff262

The Oak Farts Ramblers June 28, 1973

Performer: Lou and Virginia Curtiss, Joe
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Oak Farts: Hungry Hash House / Change Of Business / Run Mountain / Pancho's Lament / Pecos Bill / Little Stream Of Whiskey / T For Texas / Waiting For A Train / Sister Kate / It Feels So Good / At The Foot Of Yonder's Mountain / The Death of Ellington / Old Black Joe / A Mother Was Bathing Her Baby / Take Your Fingers Off It / I'm Gonna Tell God How You Treat Me /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff263

Old Town August 4, 1973

Performer: Ken Shaw & Jim Morris
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Shaw & Morris: I Could Love You Like A Man / When It All Comes Down / Sunshine / Whiter Shade Of Pale / Classical Piece - flute and guitar instrumental / Sweet Young Thing / Letter To Jamie / The Fugitive /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff264

Kenny Hall with The Ruben H. Fleet Memorial Band August 25, 1973

Performer: Kenny Hall, Pam Ostergen on banjo, others
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Kenny Hall: My Name Is Morgan But It Ain't J.P. / Boatman / Flop-Eared Mule / Are You From Dixie? / Old Molly Hare / North Sanger Blues / Jig on solo mandolin - Irish Washerwoman / Cowboy Waltz / Angeline The Baker /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff265

Bruce Reid and Martin Henry August 25, 1973

Performer: Bruce Reid, Martin Henry
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Reid: Boats Up The River / Blind Boy Rag / I'm A Travelin' Drummer / Oh Baby, Honey What's Wrong With You? / Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor / Henry: Aimee MacPherson / The Wild West Is Where I Want To Be / The Goodnight Loving Trail / You Win Again / I'm My Own Grandpa / Once A Day / Detroit City / Happy Trails /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff266

Bruce Reid August 25, 1973

Performer: Bruce Reid
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Reid: Ella Speed / Chesterfield These Days Are Mighty Hard To Find / Doc's Guitar / Mornin' Blues / Bottle Up And Go / Separation Blues / Drinkin' That Wine / TB Blues / Duncan & Brady / Stagger Lee / High And Dry /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff267

Martin Henry August 25, 1973

Creator/Collector: Martin Henry
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Henry: Sadie Brown / They'll Know Who I Am / Hello Hawaii, How Are You / Empty Hangers (Saturday 6 a.m.) / Phantom 309 / Another Hand Of Gin (by Pam Ostergren) / Lovesick Blues / Just Like Tom Thumb Blues /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff268

Sam Chatmon, with Robert Jeffery on piano and D.G. Brader on harmonica August 4, 1973

Performer: Sam Chatmon, Robert Jeffery, D.G. Brader
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Chatmon: St. Louis Blues / Good Eatin' Meat / Crazy 'Bout Your Lovin' / She's My Baby / It's Your Last Time / Black Night / P Stands For Push / I've Got The Whiskey (And You've Got The Gin) / Sweet's Mill (Let's Have A Ball) / I'm A Screwdriver / Chatmon joined by Bob Jeffery & D.G. Brader: Blues With Piano / Watergate Blues / Baby Please Come Back To Me (I Am You Prisoner) / Hate To See The Evening Sun Go Down / I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal You / Careless Love /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff269

Guy Carawan, with Pam Ostergren on banjo September 8, 1973

Performer: Guy Carawan, Pam Ostergren
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Carawan: Hammered Dulcimer - Ducks On The Pond, Little Beggarman / St. John's Island music - Hide 'n' Seek play song, "All Here?" / My Little Betty Ann/ I'm Gonna Do What The Spirits Say To Do / Children's Songs - Put You Finger In The Air, I'm Gonna Tell On You, I Woke Up In A Dry Bed / Apple Picker's Reel (by Larry Hanks) / No More Robbin', No More, Your Outlaw Days Are O'er / Introduces Pam Ostergren who he jams with locally who joins on banjo, with his mountain dulcimer - Buffalo Gals / Water Bound / Guy on hammered dulcimer - Sailor's Hornpipe / Soldier's Joy / Mississippi Sawyers /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff270

Phil Gross with Mark & Dave September 8, 1973

Creator/Collector: Phil Gross, Mark & Dave
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: I'm Willin' / Rock Me On The Water / Brian Moffit song - I Want You To See The Old Wisconsin That I Knew / You'll Come Out Like You Always Do, Smelling Like A Rose / America / Corrina / Hey Mister, That's Me Upon The Jukebox / Chicago / She Lies All Alone / Going To California In The Spring / You Can Close Your Eyes (by James Taylor) / Medly of Irish Tunes - A Jig and A Reel on mandolin, morphs into Arkansas Traveler /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff271

Martin Henry, The UCSD Old Time Country Dance Band September 8, 1973

Performer: Martin Henry, The UCSD Old Time Country Dance Band
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Henry: They'll Know Who I Am / I'll Be Your Baby Tonight / I'm My Own Grandpa / Sadie Brown / The Sierry Peaks / Saturday 6 a.m. / The Cowboy Fireman / Phanton 309 / Lovesick Blues / Side 2: UCSD Dance Band: Tune -The Greenfields of Rossbeigh / Henry: Fraulein / You Win Again / The Banks Of The Old Ponchetrain / Ramblin' Man / I Like It / Mother, Queen Of My Heart / Hello Hawaii How Are You / Amelia Earhart's Last Flight /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff272

The UCSD Old Time Country Dance Band September 29, 1973

Performer: Kenny Hall, Bruce Culbertson, Dave Collins, Mike Schway, John Touhy, Dianne Simpson, Mike Mulderig
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: UCSD Old Time Band: The Wind That Shakes The Barley and Soldier's Joy / Arkansas Traveler / Saturday Night / Suzanna Gal / Fire On The Mountain / Policeman (Tommy Jarrell tune) / Jigs - Kittie's Rambles and Pipe On The Hog / The Rose Tree / Jig - Rory O'Moore / Petronella / Medley with accordian / Joined by Kenny Hall, then Side 1 ends / Side 2: UCSD Band w/ Kenny Hall: Medley of Fiddle Tunes - Fort Lardigan & ? / Flop-Eared Mule / Speed The Plough / Goody On A Saucer (County Theme of Galway) / Whiskey The Devil / Two Waltzes - Peeler Creek Waltz and one other / Poor Old Woman / Colleraine / Medley: My Love Is But A Lass, Finnegan's Wake / Did You Ever See The Devil Uncle Joe? / Did You Ever See The Devil On The Dough? (Kenny Hall: vocal) / Drowsy Maggie / Fiddle Tune 2 /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff273

Jack Tempchin October 19, 1973

Creator/Collector: Jack Tempchin
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Tempchin: Already Gone / A Long Way Down The Line / Comin' Home / I've Got A Long Way To Go / Turn Up Texas Street / The Circle Ties That Bind / 15 Days Under The Hood / One More Song (In A Sleazy Bar In San Diego) / I Was One With The Song I Was Singing (The Songbird) / Tempchin, 2nd Set: Song About Big Business In L.A. / Down At The Stingaree / Walkin' Down A Lonesome Street At Sundown / Ocean Of Moonlight / Highway Song / Singin' In The Street /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff274

The Rick and Joe Show October 19, 1973

Creator/Collector: Rick and Joe
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Rick & Joe: The Hermit / A Song About New York City / Going from New York to California - story about the 1849 California gold rush / Looking Back / Place Fillets / Joined by Len Special on mandolin: A Child's Claim To Fame (written by Buffalo Springfield) / Danny's Song (Loggins and Messina) / You Ain't Goin' Nowhere (Bob Dylan) / Awakening / Song - The Cold Plains Wind Has Blown / Instrumental with Tape Recorder - kinda Twilight Zone / Tried And True Teaser / The Cowboy Song - Cattlemen And Nesters / Thinking Of The Time / Brothers Be Wary (Watch Out You Pagans 'Cause We'll Win In The End) / Awake And Dream No More /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff275

Dave Evan October 27, 1973

Creator/Collector: Dave Evan
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Evan: CC Rider / Catfish Blues / Hesitating Blues / Prison Bound Blues / Candy Man / Matchbox Blues / Hobo Can't Ride This Train / Spanish Flang Dang / Blues Out Yonder Comin' Down The Road / Rollin' And Tumblin' /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff276

Clabe Hangan October 27, 1973

Creator/Collector: Clabe Hangan
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Hangan: Good Mornin' Blues / What Is The Blues? / My Black Cadillac / I Never Got Over Those Blue Eyes / She's Layin' Eggs Now / Mr. Conductor / Finger Picking Blues / I Am A Pilgrim / Won't You Come Home Bill Bailey? / Glory Of Love / Midnight Special / Repairing a guitar string / Story about Josh White / Miss Otis Regrets She's Unable To Lunch Today / Elton John song: A Song For You /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff277

Bob Webb November 16, 1973

Performer: Bob Webb
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Webb: Southbound / From Hell To Arkansas / Smoke That Cigarette / Rocky Mountain Goat (banjo) / Little Sadie / Railroading On The Great Divide / I've Been Out Walking - Jackson Browne song / Casey Jones / My Sweet Willie Jean / Victory Rag / Rough And Rowdy Ways / Old Molly Hare / Tilden / The Travelin' Man /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff278

Tom Waits - End of 2nd Set November 16, 1973

Performer: Tom Waits
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Waits: Tiajuana (with Jack Tempchin) / Doctor Said It'll Be Alright (w/ Bob Webb?)/ Lookin' For The Heart of Saturday Night /
Box 11, Item 2007.04sdff279

Tom Waits - First Set, Start of Second Set November 16, 1973

Performer: Tom Waits
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: First Set - Begging: Pancho's Lament / Friday's Blues (by Ray Bierl) / Shiver Me Timbers (Tom plays piano) / Depot (piano again) / I Never Have To Ask For The Keys (piano) / Fumblin' With The Blues (I'm The One) - piano / San Diego Serenade (piano) / Semi-Suite (piano) / Remembering Wolf Man Jack / Ice Cream Man (piano) / Side 2: End Of First Set: Phantom 309 (by Red Sovine) / Lookin' For The Heart of Saturday Night (with Bob Webb) / Second Set: Buick 55 (piano) / Virginia Avenue (piano) / Please Call Me Baby (piano) / Diamonds In My Windshield / Like To Sleep Late In The Morning (by Bruce Murdoch) / I Hope That I Don't Fall In Love With You / Stories / Rosie (piano)
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff280

John Bosley November 30, 1973

Performer: John Bosley
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bosley, First Set: Got The Blues For My Baby, Don't You Cry / My Short-Haired Ragtime Gal / The Troubador's Dream / You Stand By Me In My Weakness / It Was A Bonny Thing At Best / Have You Here Beside Me / Do You Worry About Me (Rink a Dink) / Song Of The Highway / Heaven Help Johnny / One More Round / In Peoria, Illinois / The Advertising Song (Silver Spurs) / Medley: I'm Confused and Where We Go When We're Gone / Side 2: Bosley, Second Set: Be Careful In Them Crossings / I'm A Six Letter Man / What Can I Lose / Song Fragment / In Tulsa / Please Send Somebody To Love / Rust Them Chains That Bind Me To This World / Take Off Your Shoes When You Meet The Lord / Esau & Jacob / "I Know The Dawn Will Come" (brown paper sack) / Hit The Road Again /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff281

Old Town November 30, 1973

Creator/Collector: Ken Shaw and Jim Morris
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Old Town: When It All Comes Down by Hoyt Axton / May The Good Lord Protect Us (from uppers and downers and things that go smack in the night) by Ken Shaw / Can Blue Men Sing The Whites: (Bonzo Dog) / Four Days On The Road / Close Your Eyes (Towns Van Zandt) / Epitaph (King Crimson) / Shine A Light by Ken Shaw /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff282

Martin Henry December 21, 1973

Performer: Martin Henry
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Henry: They'll Know Who I Am / Jimmie Rodgers song - Sadie Brown / Waiting For A Train / Phantom 309 / I Like It / My Filipino Baby / Amy McPherson / I'm My Own Grandpa / The Trusty Lariat / Sierry Peaks / Lovesick Blues / Side 2: Henry: Leavin' Home / Ramblin' Man Window Shoppin' / Swinging Doors, A Jukebox and A Barstool / Heartaches By The Number / I Live One Day At A Time / Ramona / Mother Queen Of My Heart / Old Shep / Queen Of The Rails / Lovin' Of The Game / Just Like Tom Thumb Blues /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff283

Jim Ringer & Mary McCaslin December 21, 1973

Performer: Jim Ringer, Mary McCaslin
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Ringer & McCaslin: I'm Willin' / The Queen Of The Silver Dollar / San Bernardino Waltz / Midnight On The Water / Daddy What's A Train? / Northfield / Streamlined Cannonball / Jody / Side 2: Ringer & McCaslin: Hollywood, My Home Away From Home On The Range / Baby Rocked Her Dolly / Happy Birthday to Mary / Music Man (song about Kenny Hall) / My Valley's Red Wine / Young Wesley The Gambler / I'll Never Get Home Any More / Living Without You / False Friends / Lone Pilgrim /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff284

Bill Herman, Katie Waldon, Kenny Hall & The Normal Heights Lounge Lizards December 28, 1973

Performer: Bill Herman, Katie Waldon, Kenny Hall
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bill Herman: Victory Rag / Freight Train / I Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound / One Meat Ball / She Ain't That Good Lookin' / with Katie Waldon, Little Sadie / Johnny Has Gone For A Soldier / Flatpicking Tunes / Deep River Blues / Guitar Instrumentals, "Angie" and Travis Picking / Honey Don't You Leave Me Alone / Suzie Gal / Side 2: Kenny Hall, et al: Soldier's Joy / Grey Cat On A Tennessee Farm / Who Broke The Lock On The Hen House Door? / Pass Around The Bottle And We'll All Have A Drink / Kenny - A Message From Our Sponsors / Times Ain't Now Boys (James Alley Blues) /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff285

Katie Waldon with Bill Herman December 28, 1973

Creator/Collector: Katie Waldon, Bill Herman
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Waldon: Deep Blue Sea / There Lived An Old Man By The Northern Sea / Old Blue / The First Tree In The Greenwood It Was The Holly / Sweet Emma / Joined by Bill Herman: Polly Von / I Gave My Love A Cherry / Four Civil War Songs: Run, Nigger, Run / They Came To Burn Lawrence / Take The News To Mother / Confederate Song: The Lake Of Pontchartrain / Young People Who Delight In Sin /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff286

Kenny Hall and Friends December 28, 1973

Creator/Collector: Kenny Hall, Joe Gwaltney, Bruce Reid, Bill Herman, Normal Heights Lounge Lizards
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Kenny Hall, Gwaltney & Reid: Brazilian Tune / Plug For Sweets Mill / 1912 Hawaiian Blues / Hawaiian Rag / Roll On Little Dogies Roll On / Going Back To My Good Old Texas Home / Goody On A Saucer (County Theme of Galway) / Maria Elena / WW II Mexican Waltz / Jealous-Hearted Me / I Like Mountain Music - Chicken Reel / T For Texas, T For Tennessee / Cowboy Waltz / Pipe Tune Medley / Side 2: Kenny Hall, Lounge Lizards: Cotton-Eyed Joe / Cacklin' Hen / Devilish Mary / Moving Day / Leavin' Home (Franky & Johnny, Charlie Poole version) / My Dixie Darlin' / Hesitation Blues / Sweet Sunny South / Ain't No Use In Me A-Workin' So Hard / Policeman / Bully Of The Town / Ragtime Annie /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff287

Tom Waits January 18, 1974

Performer: Tom Waits
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Tom Waits, First Set: Better Off Without A Wife (Divorce American Style) / Pancho's Lament / Rosie / Depot / Please Call Me Baby / Ol' 55 / Fumblin' With The Blues / Semi Suite / Looking For The Heart Of Saturday Night / Diamonds On My Windshield / Friday's Blues (by Ray Bierl) / Side 2: Tom Waits, Second Set: Virginia Avenue / Lullabye (Sing A Song Of Sixpence) / Fumblin' With The Blues / San Diego Serenade / Ice Cream Man / Shiver Me Timbers / Semi Suite / Story About Pancho Villa / Spanish Is The Loving Tongue / Diamonds On My Windshield / Grapefruit Moon and One Star Shining / Looking For The Heart Of Saturday Night (with Bob Webb) /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff288

Patty Hall January 18, 1974

Performer: Patty Hall
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Patty Hall: The Golden Rocket / Cotati Bus Stop / Sewin' On The Mountain / Steps Of Our Own / The Organic Song / Gold Watch And Chain / Four-Four Time / L.A. Times / Seven Beers With The Wrong Woman / The Eternal Triangle / Oh Daddy, Please, Not Another Guitar Man / Leavin' Home (Charlie Poole) / Side 2: Patty Hall: Darcy Farrow / Three Men Went A-Hunting / The Cuckoo / Bruce Phillips song - Starlight On The Rails / What You've Got / After Four Long Years / James Alley Blues / One Day At A Time / Farewell To North Avenue by Mark Spoelstra /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff289

The Official Banglestein Memorial String Band January 18, 1974

Performer: Dennis Squier, Terry Huston, Stan Smith, Gabby McCrackin, Bob on guitar
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bangelstein: Fiddle Tune / Uncle Jeff / White Mountain Reel / Big John Henry / Uncle Pen / Whiskey Before Breakfast / Over The Waterfall / (to Wayne Stromberg) Purple Heather Rag / Song 1 / Salt Creek /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff290

Bruce Reid January 26, 1974

Performer: Bruce Reid
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Bruce Reid, 1st Set: Gary Davis Rag / Bottle Up And Go / Blind Boy Rag / Oh Baby, Honey What's Wrong With You? / Pal Of Mine / Don't Show Me No Kindness / TB Blues / Nobody's Business / Son House song - The Death Letter / Side 2: Bruce Reid, 2nd Set: High And Dry / The Blues My Naughty Sweety Gives Me / Swahili Song, "Guabi, Guabi" / You Are My Sunshine / Boats Up The River / Song Without A Name / Crazy 'Bout My Substitute / San Francisco Bay Blues / I Junked My Car Today / Baby Lay Me On Your Cool Iron Bed /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff291

The Fern Street Irregulars January 26, 1974

Creator/Collector: Alan Glasscoe, Sue Halgedahl , Dennis Squier, Maria Graham
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Fern Street Irregulars: Little Beggarman and June Apple / Hogan's Favorite and The Fisherman / Piano Interlude / Margie and Sweet Georgia Brown / Red Mountain / Movin' Day / Polly Put The Kettle On / Angeline The Baker / Bonaparte's Retreat / Victory Rag / Fisher's Hornpipe and Over The Waterfall / Side 2: Fern Street: Duncan and Brady / Them Moose Goosers - Mason Williams "Them Them" poem / Beaumont Rag / Piano Interlude - When Irish Eyes Are Smiling / Jig 1 / That Old Canoe (The Titanic) - Lou Curtiss, vocal / The Wreck Of Old 97 - Lou Curtiss / Amazing Grace / Down Yonder / Salt Creek (Alan Glasscoe, guitar) / Rose Tree / Foolish Questions - Lou Curtiss, vocal / Golden Slippers / Arkansas Traveler /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff292

Gordon Piper February 2, 1974

Performer: Gordon Piper
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Gordon Piper: Fixin' To Die / Original Song - Little Peter / If I Were A Carpenter / The Autumn Song / Wabash Rag / Hang Me, Oh Hang Me (I've Been All Around This World / Black Dog Blues / That'll Never Happen No More / Big Leg Blues / Goin' Down To The Delta / Gordon Piper: John Hurt song - Gotta Have Me Anyhow / Blind Blake song - Playing Policy Blues / Robert Wilkins song - That Ain't No Way For Me To Get Along / Big Road Blues / Blind Blake song - Numbers / Blind Collier's Song, "I Am A Blind Fiddler" / Robert Wilkins song - I'll Go With Her Blues / Reverend Gary Davis song - Delia / Nobody's Business But Mine / Leonard Cohen song - "Winter Lady" / John Hurt song, "Got The Blues Can't Be Satisfied" / Broke and Hungry /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff293

Johnny Walker February 2, 1974

Performer: Johnny Walker
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Johnny Walker: Merrily, Cheerily / Cushie Butterfield / Child Ballad - The Downie Dens of Yarrow / The Vicar Of Bray / The Methodie Parson / Albert Ramsbottom & The Lion / Ewan McCall song: Rambler From Manchester Way / Side 2: Johnny Walker: The Dalesman's Litany / Gloria, Victoria / More Verse About Albert Ramsbottom / Lassie Wi' A Yellow Coatie / Sweeney Todd The Barber / A-Begging I Will Go / Sea Songs - 3 Groups / La Pique or Derry Down (Sea Ballad) / A Long Haul Shanty - "Bound For The Rio Grande" / A Shout or Short Haul Shanty - "Paddy Doyle" / A Forecastle Song - "Row, Bullies Row" /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff294

Ken Shaw February 23, 1974

Performer: Ken Shaw
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Ken Shaw: I'm The Cop In A Little Bitty Town / Jackson Browne song: My Baby's Feeling Funny In The Morning / Song Written by Lou Curtiss - My Masochistic Baby Left Me / 2 Townes Van Zandt songs, "Greensboro Woman" and "Close Your Eyes, I'll Be Her In The Morning" / Rye Whiskey Joe / Paul McNeal song - Rainy Day Man / Devil Take My Soul / Ladies Love Outlaws / Original Songs: My Black Beaver Derby And My Custom Cue / Sun Shower / A Letter To Jamie / Side 2: Ken Shaw: Visitations / May The Good Lord Protect Us From Uppers And Downers And Things That Go Smack In The Night / Shine A Light For Me /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff295

The Korn Family February 23, 1974

Creator/Collector: Roger and Meryl Korn
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Korns: Soldier's Joy / Johnny Cash song - Any Old Wind That Blows / Two Soldiers / Little Beggarman / Gold Watch And Chain / Sweet Sunny South / Lord Thomas / An Old Hoedown Piece / I Wonder How The Old Folks Are At Home? / Willing / Bringing Mary Home / Fisher's Hornpipe / T For Texas / Polly Put The Kettle On / Side 2: Recorded 1/4 track mono, a different program on each channel. This material appears to be dubs of earlier tapes, particularly some from The Sing Of The Sun. Inferior quality dubs - therefor not digitized.
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff296

The Korn Family February 23, 1974

Creator/Collector: Roger and Meryl Korn
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Ray Bierl - end of set: Letting People Go / Joe Sweet song - My Home Ain't In The Hall Of Fame / Side 2: Bierl: Freight Train Blues / Talkin' Guitar Blues / San Francisco Bay Blues / The Lovin' Of The Game / I've Been All Around This World / Woody Guthrie song - 1913 Massacre / Joe Hill song - The Preacher & The Slave / Bread And Roses / Gary White song - Nobody's / Starlight On The Rails / Goodnight Loving Trail /
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff297

Patty Hall March 30, 1974

Performer: Patty Hall
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Patty Hall: Golden Rocket / Paving The Highway With Tears / Four-Four Time / King of Wands / Sewing On The Mountain / The Cuckoo / It's Organic / Little Dancers / Starlight On The Rails / Steps Of Our Own / Why Must I Fight? / The Fiddler From Frankfurt and Mine / Patty Hall: The Ruin Of The Black Lagoon / L.A. Times / The Little Girl And The Dreadful Snake / Queen Anne's Lace / Casey Jones / I Wonder Where You Are Tonight / What You've Got / Letter To Boston
Box 12, Item 2007.04sdff298

Katie Waldon March 30, 1974

Performer: Katie Waldon
Physical Description: Sound tape reel : 3 3/4 ips, quarter track, stereo. ; 7 in

Scope and Content Note

Side 1: Katie Waldon: Landlord Fill The Flowin' Bowl / Lady Margaret / Song / Run, Nigger Run / They Came To Burn Lawrence / Sing Trudy Um / Young People Who Delight In Sin / Carry The Milking Pail / I'll Tell You Love How To Procede / The Raggle Taggle Gypsies / Joined by Patty Hall - Down By The Old Garden Gate / The Mule Would Say Hee Yaw / Little Old Lady and The Little Old Man / The Little Pig / Go Tell Aunt Rody / The Noble Duke Of York / The Coast Of High Barbary / Edward / Johnny Has Gone For A Soldier / Girls Let Your Hair Hang Down / Tum Ball Alaika / Side 2 blank.
 

Series 3. Preservation Master DVDs 1960-1986

 

Subseries 1. 1st San Diego Folk Festival April 19-21, 1967

Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD020Pt1

Curtiss Tape 20 Pt.1 (CC 640) (UCLA 2007.04sdff020pt1)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD020Pt2

Curtiss Tape 20 Pt. 2 (CC 640) (UCLA 2007.04sdff020pt2)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD021Pt1

Curtiss Tape 21 Pt.1 (CC 641) (UCLA 2007.04sdff021pt1)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD021Pt2

Curtiss Tape 21 Pt.2 (CC 641) (UCLA 2007.04sdff021pt2)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
 

Subseries 2. 2nd San Diego Folk Festival April, 1968

Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD022

Curtiss Tape 22 (CC 642) (UCLA 2007.04sdff022)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD023

Curtiss Tape 23 (CC 643) (UCLA 2007.04sdff023)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD024

Curtiss Tape 24 (CC 644) (UCLA 2007.04sdff024)

Performer:
Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD025

Curtiss Tape 25 (CC 645) (UCLA 2007.04sdff025)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD026Pt1

Curtiss Tape 26 Pt.1 (CC650) (UCLA 2007.04sdff026Pt1)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD026PT2

Curtiss Tape 26 Pt.2 (CC650) (UCLA 2007.04sdff026Pt2)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD027

Curtiss Tape 27 (CC 653) (UCLA 2007.04sdff027)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD028

Curtiss Tape 28 (CC 647) (UCLA 2007.04sdff028)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD029

Curtiss Tape 29 (CC 654) (UCLA 2007.04sdff029)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD030

Curtiss Tape 30 (CC 651) (UCLA 2007.04sdff030)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD031

Curtiss Tape 31 (CC 649) (UCLA 2007.04sdff031)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
 

Subseries 3. 3rd San Diego Folk Festival April, 1969

Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD032

Curtiss Tape 32 (CC 654) (UCLA 2007.04sdff032)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD033

Curtiss Tape 33 (CC 655) (UCLA 2007.04sdff033)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
 

Subseries 4. 4th San Diego Folk Festival April, 1970

Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD034

Curtiss Tape 34 (CC 656) (UCLA 2007.04sdff034)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD035

Curtiss Tape 35 (CC 657) (UCLA 2007.04sdff035)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD036

Curtiss Tape 36 (CC 658) (UCLA 2007.04sdff036)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD037

Curtiss Tape 37 (CC 659) (UCLA 2007.04sdff037)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD038

Curtiss Tape 38 (CC 660) (UCLA 2007.04sdff038)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD039

Curtiss Tape 39 (CC 661) (UCLA 2007.04sdff039)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD040

Curtiss Tape 40 (CC 662) (UCLA 2007.04sdff040)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD041

Curtiss Tape 41 (CC 663) (UCLA 2007.04sdff041)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD042Pt1

Curtiss Tape 42 Pt.1 (CC664) (UCLA 2007.04sdff042Pt1)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD042Pt2

Curtiss Tape 42 Pt.2 (CC 664) (UCLA 2007.04sdff042Pt2)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD042Pt3

Curtiss Tape 42 Pt.3 (CC 664) (UCLA 2007.04sdff042Pt3)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD054

Curtiss Tape 54 (CC 676) (UCLA 2007.04sdff054)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
 

Subseries 5. 5th San Diego Folk Festival April, 1971

Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD045

Curtiss Tape 45(CC 667) (UCLA 2007.04sdff045)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD046

Curtis Tape 46 (CC 668) (UCLA 2007.04sdff046)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD047P1

Curtiss Tape 47 Pt.1 (CC 669) (UCLA 2007.04sdff047Pt1)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD047P2-48

Curtiss Tapes 47 Pt.2 & 48 (CC 669 & 670) (UCLA 2007.04sdff047-48)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD049

Curtiss Tape 49 (CC 671) (UCLA 2007.04sdff049)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD050Pt1

Curtiss Tapes 50 Pt.1 (CC 672) (UCLA 2007.04sdff050)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD050Pt2

Curtiss Tape 50 Pt.2 (CC 672) (UCLA 2007.04sdff050)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD050Pt3

Curtiss Tape 50 Pt.3 (CC 672) (UCLA 2007.04sdff050)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD051

Curtis Tape 51 (CC 673) (UCLA 2007.04sdff051)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD052

Curtiss Tape 52 (CC 674) (UCLA 2007.04sdff052)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD053

Curtis Tape 53 (CC 675) (UCLA 2007.04sdff053)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD055

Curtiss Tape 55 (CC 677) (UCLA 2007.04sdff055)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD056

Curtiss Tape 56 (CC 678) (UCLA 2007.04sdff056)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD057

Curtiss Tape 57 (CC 679) (UCLA 2007.04sdff057)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD074

Curtiss Tape 74 (CC 283) (UCLA 2007.04sdff074)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
 

Subseries 6. 6th San Diego Folk Festival April 20-23, 1972

Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD079-81

Curtiss Tape 79-81 (CC 683-685) (UCLA 2007.04sdff079-81)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD082-84

Curtiss Tape 82-84 (CC 68) (UCLA 2007.04sdff082-84)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD085-88

Curtiss Tape 085-88 (CC 689-693) (UCLA 2007.04sdff085-88)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD089-92

Curtiss Tape 089-92 (CC 693-696) (UCLA 2007.04sdff089-92)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD093

Curtiss Tape 093 (CC 697) (UCLA 2007.04sdff093)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD094Pt1

Curtiss Tape 094 Pt.1 (CC 698) (UCLA 2007.04sdff094)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD094Pt2

Curtiss Tape 094 Pt.1 (CC 698) (UCLA 2007.04sdff094Pt2)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD095-97

Curtiss Tapes 95-97 (CC 699-701) (UCLA 2077.04sdff095)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD098-101

Curtiss Tapes 098-101 (CC 702-705) (UCLA 2007.04sdff098-101)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD101-104

Curtiss Tapes 102-104 (CC 706-708) (UCLA 2007.04sdff102-104)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD105-109

Curtiss Tapes 105-109 (CC 709-713) (UCLA 2004.04sdff105-109)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD110-113

Curtiss Tapes 110-113 (CC 714-717) (UCLA 2007.04sdff100-113)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD114-117

Curtiss Tapes 114-117 (CC 718-721) (UCLA 2007.04sdff114-117)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD118-121

Curtiss Tapes 118-121 (CC 722-725) (UCLA 2007.04sdff118-121)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD122-124

Curtiss Tapes 122-124 (CC 726-728) (UCLA 2007.04sdff122-124)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD147-150

Curtiss Tapes 147-150 (CC 729-732) (UCLA 2007.04sdff147-150)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD156-160

Curtiss Tapes 156-160 (CC 733-737) (UCLA 2007.04sdff156-160)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD161-163

Curtiss Tapes 161-163 (CC 738-740) (UCLA 2007.04sdff161-163)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
 

Subseries 7. Sign of the Sun Bookstore

Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD001

Curtis Tape 001 (CC 4130) (UCLA 2007.04sdff001)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD002

Curtiss Tape 002 (CC 4135) (UCLA 2007.04sdff002)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD003

Curtiss Tape 003 (CC 4142) (UCLA 2007.04sdff003)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD004

Curtiss Tape 004 (CC 4139) (UCLA 2007.04sdff004)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD005

Curtiss Tape 005 (CC 4136) (UCLA 2007.04sdff005)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD006

Curtiss Tape 006 (CC 4132) (UCLA 2007.04sdff006)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD007

Curtiss Tape 007 (CC 4133)(UCLA 2007.04sdff007)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD008

Curtiss Tape 008 (CC 4141) (UCLA 2007.04sdff008)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD009

Curtiss Tape 009 (CC 4131) (UCLA 2007.04sdff009)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD010

Curtiss Tape 010 (CC4137) (UCLA 2007.04sdff010)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD011

Curtiss Tape 011 (CC4140) (UCLA 2007.04sdff011)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD012

Curtiss Tape 012 (CC 4138) (UCLA.04sdff012)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD013

Curtiss Tape 013 (CC 4134) (UCLA 2007.04sdff013)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD014

Curtiss Tape 014 (CC 4143) (UCLA 2007.04sdff014)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD015

Curtiss Tape 015 (CC 4147) (UCLA 2007.04sdff015)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD016

Curtiss Tape 016 (CC 4146) (UCLA 2007.04sdff016)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD017

Curtiss Tape 017 (CC 4148) (UCLA 2007.04sdff017)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD018

Curtiss Tape 018 (CC 4145) (UCLA 2007.04sdff018)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD019

Curtiss Tape 019 (CC 4144) (UCLA 2007.04sdff019)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
 

Subseries 8. The Heritage Coffee House 1968-1972

Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD043Pt1

Curtiss Tape 043 Pt.1 (CC 666) (UCLA 2007.04sdff043)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD043Pt2

Curtiss Tape 43 Pt.2 (CC 666) (UCLA 2007.04sdff043)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD043Pt3

Curtiss Tape 43 Pt.3 (CC 666) (UCLA 2007.04sdff043)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD044Pt1

Curtiss Tape 44 Pt.1 (CC 665) (UCLA 2007.04sdff044)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD044Pt2

Curtiss Tape 44 Pt.2 (CC 665) (UCLA 2007.04sdff044)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD044Pt3

Curtiss Tape 044 Pt.3 (CC 665) (UCLA 2007.04sdff044)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD044Pt4

Curtiss Tape 44 Pt.4 (CC 665) (UCLA 2007.04sdff044)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD058Pt1

Curtiss Tape 58 Pt.1 (CC 680) (UCLA 2007.04sdff058)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD058Pt2

Curtiss Tape (CC 680) (UCLA 2007.04sdff058)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD059Pt1

Curtiss Tape 59 Pt.1 (CC 681) (UCLA 2007.04sdff059)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD059Pt2

Curtiss Tape 59 Pt.2 (CC 681) (UCLA 2007.04sdff059)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD060Pt1

Curtiss Tape 60 Pt.1 (CC__) (UCLA 2007.04sdff060)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD060Pt2

Curtiss Tape 060 Pt.2 (CC__) (UCLA 2007.04sdff060)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD061

Curtis Tape 061 (CC__) (UCLA 2007.04sdff061)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD061a

Curtis Tape 061a (CC__) (UCLA 2007.04sdff061)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz

Note

Incomplete duplicate of PMDVD 61
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD063Pt1

Curtiss Tape 63 Pt.1 (CC__) (UCLA 2007.04sdff063)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD063Pt2

Curtiss Tape 063 Pt.2 (CC__) (UCLA 2007.04sdff063)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD064

Curtiss Tape 064 (CC__) (UCLA 2007.04sdff064)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD065

Curtiss Tape 065 (CC__) (UCLA 2007.04sdff065)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD066Pt1

Curtiss Tape 66 Pt.1 (CC 682) (UCLA 2007.04sdff066)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD066Pt2

Curtiss Tape 066 Pt.2 (CC 682) (UCLA 2007.04sdff066)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD066Pt3

Curtiss Tape 66 Pt.3 (CC 682) (UCLA 2007.04sdff066)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD072-73

Curtiss Tape 072-73 (CC 342-341)(UCLA 2007.04sdff072-73)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz

Note

Also listed under series 3:sub-series 9
 

Subseries 9. Miscellaneous Venues 1960-1986

Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD062

Curtiss Tape 062 (CC 403) (UCLA 2007.04sdff062)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD067

Curtiss Tape 067 (CC 340) (UCLA 2007.04sdff067)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD069

Curtiss Tape 069 (CC__) (UCLA 2007.04sdff069)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD070

Curtiss Tape 070 (CC 414) (UCLA 2007.04sdff070)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD071Pt1

Curtiss Tape 071 Pt.1 (CC 414) (UCLA 2007.04sdff071)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD071Pt2

Curtiss Tape 071 Pt.2 (CC 414) (UCLA 2007.04sdff071)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD072-3

Curtiss Tape 072-73 (CC 342-341) (UCLA 2007.04sdff072-73)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz

Note

Also listed under series 3:sub-series 8
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD075

Curtiss Tape 075 (CC 419) (UCLA 2007.04sdff075)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD076

Curtiss Tape 076 (CC 282) (UCLA 2007.04sdff076)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD077

Curtiss Tape 077 (CC 284) (UCLA 2007.04sdff077)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD078

Curtiss Tape 078 (CC 285) (UCLA 2007.04sdff078)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD168pt1

Curtiss Tape 168 Pt.1 (CC 2017) (UCLA 2007.04sdff168) 1972

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD168pt2

Curtiss Tape 168 Pt.2 (CC 2017) (UCLA 2007.04sdff168) 1971-1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD168pt3

Curtiss Tape 168 Pt.3 (CC 2017) (UCLA 2007.04sdff168) 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD169pt.1

VARIOUS VENUES AND DATES: Sweets Mill Folk Festivals: 1973 & 1975; The Heritage in San Diego; Freight & Salvage, Berkeley, California; Folk Arts Rare Records, San Diego; San Diego State College Curtiss Tape 169 Pt.3 (CC 2018) (UCLA 2007.04sdff169) 1973 - 1975

Creator/Collector: Otis Pierce, Mayne Smith, Susie Rothfield, Paul Anastacie, Jim Ringer, Mary McCaslin, Dr. Humbead's New Tranquility Band, Bruce Frye, Meg Thorburg, Louis Major and His Calypso Band

Scope and Content Note

Side 1, Track 1: (Continuation of 1973 Festival) Dobro Workshop with Mayne Smith, including "Lost Highway" (40 min.) / More dobro workshop / Harmonica workshop with Rick Epping and Will Scarlet (25 min.) / Otis Pierce: All I've Got Is A Worried Mind / She Came Rolling Down The Mountain / Jaw Harp / Zebra Dun / (End of 1973 Festival) (Beginning of 1975 Festival) Lou Curtiss intro to Folk Arts Radio Show / Basin Street Blues / Dulcimer tune by Holly Tannen / (next four songs are a rehearsal by Frankie Armstrong's backup band) Susie Rothfield: The Bonny Black Hair - fiddle / Oh, The Boughs and Breezes - guitar / I Was Gonna Be An Engineer - guitar / Gala Whitten: Sweet Heaven, with Frank Hicks, guitar / Sandy Darlington: A House of Sorrow (Blues) / Fare Thee Well (Noah's Dove) / Some Swing at Sweet's Mill, Paul Anastacie, fiddle and Frank Hicks, guitar, unknown piano / Side 1, Track 2: Jim Ringer, one afternoon at Folk Arts, with Mary McCaslin & Virginia Curtiss: Zanzibar / 50,000 Mexicans / Only A Word From Mother / Katy Nora / The Lone Pilgrim / Bright Morning Stars / That's All Right / Richland Woman Blues / Mary McCaslin: Her Version of "California Joe" / Lou Curtiss: Young Edmund / The Jewish Lover / Mary McCaslin at the Heritage, May 27, 1972: Jamie / Truly Love / Wichita Lineman / Down The Road / Living Without You / Goodnight Everybody / Mary McCaslin: Show Me / Help / Walk Right Out Of My Mind / Hollywood, My Home Away From Home On The Range / Way Out West / The San Bernardino Waltz / Circle Of Friends / Fifteen Kids and A Family On The Skids / Ballad Of A Most Wanted Man / Blackbird / New Lost City Ramblers: Mandolin tune / fiddle tune / Dark and Stormy Weather / Side 2, Track 1: Continuation of 'swing session' from Side 1 including Kansas City Kitty, Dark River, Sally Goodin, and several other tunes (about 30 min.) / (END OF SWEETS MILL MATERIAL) Dr. Humbead's New Tranquility Band at Freight & Salvage, Berkeley, CA: Fiddle Tune 1 / Sweet Sunny South / Fiddle Tune 2 / What Is Home Without Babies / Fiddle Tune 3 / Angeline The Baker / Moving Day / Fiddle Tune 4 / Bruce Frye at the Heritage: Goin' Down Slow / I'm So Glad / Corrina, Corrina / I Be Troubled / Dark Valley / Walkin' Down A Country Road / Guitar Instrumental / I'd Rather Be The Devil / Frankie and Johnnie (fragment) / John Bosley: I Left My Hat In San Diego / Gala Whitten: The Old Folk Arts On 5th / Bing Crosby blooper / Gordon MacRae - "This Is No Shit" / Louis Major and his Calypso Band at Folk Arts Rare Records: / Shake That Thing / Ain't No Way / You Are Gone And Left Me For Someone Else / Straighten Up And Fly Right / Let's Go / Side 2, Track 2: Meg Thorburg plays the Nyckleharpa: 2 Swedish Polskas / 2 Polkettes / 2 Waltzes / 2 Marches / 2 more Polskas / 2 Schottisches / 2 more Waltzes / A March and A Walking Tune / 2 More Polskas / Lou Curtiss class lecture "African Retentions In The Blues", featuring Louis Major and his Calypso Band, with Sonny and Chicken on steel drum, congas, bongos and rubboard, with Clarence on bass. / Island In The Sun / Mamma Lay Lay / Calypso Instrumental / Brown Skinned Girl Stay Home And Mind The Baby / Talk About The Steel Drum / More Discussion On The Music / Song - Bang, Bang / Handy Brandy / Shotgun Blues / You're Still My Baby /
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD169pt.2

Curtiss Tape 169 Pt.2 (CC 2018) (UCLA 2007.04sdff169) 1973 - 1975

Creator/Collector: Otis Pierce, Mayne Smith, Susie Rothfield, Paul Anastacie, Jim Ringer, Mary McCaslin, Dr. Humbead's New Tranquility Band, Bruce Frye, Meg Thorburg, Louis Major and His Calypso Band
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD169pt.3

Curtiss Tape 169 Pt.3 (CC 2018) (UCLA 2007.04sdff169) 05-27-1972

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD169pt.4

Curtiss Tape 169 Pt.4 (CC 2018) (UCLA 2007.04sdff169)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
 

Subseries 10. Folk Arts Rare Records 1970-1980

Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD068Pt1

Curtiss Tape 068 Pt.1 (CC__) (UCLA 2007.04sdff068)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 1, Item 2007.04PMDVD068Pt2

Curtiss Tape 068 Pt.2 (CC__) (UCLA 2007.04sdff068)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD125-126

Curtiss Tapes 125-126 (CC 911-912) (UCLA 2007.04sdff125-126)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD127-129

Curtiss Tapes 127-129 (CC 913-915) (UCLA 2007.04sdff127-129)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD130-131

Curtiss Tapes 130-131 (CC 916-917) (UCLA 2007.04sdff130-131)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD132-133

Curtiss Tapes 132-133 (CC 920-921) (UCLA 2007.04sdff132-133)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD134-135

Curtiss Tapes 134-135 (CC 922-923) (UCLA 2007.04sdff134-135)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD136-137

Curtiss Tapes 136-137 (CC 924-925) (UCLA 2007.04sdff136-137)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD138-139

Curtiss Tapes 138-139 (CC926-927) (UCLA 2007.04sdff138-139)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD140-142

Curtiss Tapes 140-142 (CC 928, 917-918) (UCLA 2007.04sdff140-142)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD143-144

Curtiss Tapes 143-144 (CC 929-930) (UCLA 2007.04sdff143-144)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD145-146

Curtiss Tapes 145-146 (CC 931-932) (UCLA 2007.04sdff145-146)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD151-152

Curtiss Tapes 151-152 (CC 933-934) (UCLA 2007.04sdff151-152)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD153-155

Curtiss Tapes 153-155 (CC 935-937) (UCLA 2007.04sdff153-155)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD164

Curtiss Tape 164 (CC 337) (UCLA 2007.04sdff164)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD165

Curtiss Tape 165 (CC 383) (UCLA 2007.04sdff165)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD166-167

Curtiss Tapes 166-167 (CC 387-388) (UCLA 2007.04sdff166-167)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD232-234

Curtiss Tapes 232-234 (CC 804-806) (UCLA 2007.04sdff232-234) May 7, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD235-236

Curtiss Tapes 235-236 (CC 807-808) (UCLA 2007.04sdff235-236) May 9, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD237-239

Curtiss Tapes 237-239 (CC 938-940) (UCLA 2007.04sdff237-239) March 9 & 16, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD240-241

Curtiss Tapes 240-241 (CC 941-942) (UCLA 2007.04sdff240-241) April 13, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD242-243

Curtiss Tapes 242-243 (CC 943-944) (UCLA 2007.04sdff242-243) April 13 & 28, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD244-246

Curtiss Tapes 244-246 (CC 945-947) (UCLA 2007.04sdff244-246) April 28, 1973 & May 9, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD247-249

Curtiss Tapes 247-249 (CC 948-950) (UCLA 2007.04sdff247-249) March 9, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD250-251

Curtiss Tapes 250-251 (CC 951-952) (UCLA 2007.04sdff250-251) June 1, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD252-253

Curtiss Tapes 252-253 (CC 953-954) (UCLA 2007.04sdff252-253) June 1, 1973; June 9, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD254-255

Curtiss Tapes 254-255 (CC 955-956) (UCLA 2007.04sdff254-255) June 9, 1973; June 15, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD256-257

Curtiss Tapes 256-257 (CC 957-958) (UCLA 2007.04sdff256-257) June 15, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD258-259

Curtiss Tapes 258-259 (CC 959-960) (UCLA 2007.04sdff258-259) June 22, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD260-261

Curtiss Tapes 260-261 (CC 961-962) (UCLA 2007.04sdff260-261) July 28, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD262-263

Curtiss Tapes 262-263 (CC 963-964) (UCLA 2007.04sdff262-263) July 28, 1973; August 4, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD264-265

Curtiss Tapes 264-265 (CC 965-966) (UCLA 2007.04sdff264-265) August 25, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD266-267

Curtiss Tapes 266-267 (CC 967-968) (UCLA 2007.04sdff266-267) August 25, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD268-269

Curtiss Tapes 268-269 (CC 969-970) (UCLA 2007.04sdff268-269) August 4, 1973; September 8, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD270-271

Curtiss Tapes 270-271 (CC 971-972) (UCLA 2007.04sdff270-271) September 8, 1973; September 29, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD272

Curtiss Tapes 272 (CC 973) (UCLA 2007.04sdff272) September 29, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD273-274

Curtiss Tapes 273-274 (CC 974-975) (UCLA 2007.04sdff273-274) October 19, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD275-276

Curtiss Tapes 275-276 (CC 976-977) (UCLA 2007.04sdff275-276) October 27, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD277

Curtiss Tapes 277 (CC 978) (UCLA 2007.04sdff277) November 16, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD278-279

Curtiss Tapes 278-279 (CC 979-980) (UCLA 2007.04sdff278-279) November 16, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD280-281

Curtiss Tapes 280-281 (CC 981-982) (UCLA 2007.04sdff280-281) November 30, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD282

Curtiss Tapes 282 (CC 983) (UCLA 2007.04sdff282) November 21, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD283

Curtiss Tapes 283 (CC 984) (UCLA 2007.04sdff283) December 21, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD284-285

Curtiss Tapes 284-285 (CC 985-986) (UCLA 2007.04sdff284-285) December 28, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD286

Curtiss Tapes 286 (CC 987) (UCLA 2007.04sdff286) December 28, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD287

Curtiss Tapes 287 (CC 988) (UCLA 2007.04sdff287) January 18, 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD288

Curtiss Tapes 289 (CC 989) (UCLA 2007.04sdff288) January 18, 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD289-290

Curtiss Tapes 289-290 (CC 990-991) (UCLA 2007.04sdff289-290) January 18, 1974; January 26, 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD291

Curtiss Tapes 291 (CC 992) (UCLA 2007.04sdff291) January 26, 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD292

Curtiss Tapes 292 (CC 993) (UCLA 2007.04sdff292) February 2, 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD293

Curtiss Tapes 293 (CC 994) (UCLA 2007.04sdff293) February 2, 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD294-295

Curtiss Tapes 294-295 (CC 995-996) (UCLA 2007.04sdff294-295) February 23, 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD296

Curtiss Tapes 296 (CC 997) (UCLA 2007.04sdff296) February 23, 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD297

Curtiss Tapes 297 (CC 998) (UCLA 2007.04sdff297) March 30, 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD298

Curtiss Tapes 298 (CC 999) (UCLA 2007.04sdff298) March 30, 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
 

Subseries 11. 7th San Diego Folk Festival May 2-6, 1973

Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD170-173

(CC 741-744) (UCLA 2007.04sdff170-173) May 3, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD170-173

(CC 745-748) (UCLA 2007.04sdff174-177) May 3-4, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD178-181

(CC 749-752) (UCLA 2007.04sdff178-181) May 3-4, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD182-184

(CC 753-755) (UCLA 2007.04sdff182-184) May 3-4, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD185-187

(CC 756-758) (UCLA 2007.04sdff185-187) May 3, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD188-191

(CC 759-762) (UCLA 2007.04sdff188-191) May 3, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD192-194

(CC 763-765) (UCLA 2007.04sdff192-194) May 3-4, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD196-197

(CC 767-768) (UCLA 2007.04sdff196-197) May 4, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD198-200

(CC 769-771) (UCLA 2007.04sdff198-200) May 5, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD201-202

(CC 772-773) (UCLA 2007.04sdff201-202) May 5, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD203-204

(CC 774-775) (UCLA 2007.04sdff203-204) May 5, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD205

(CC 776) (UCLA 2007.04sdff205) May 5, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD206pt.1

(CC 777) (UCLA 2007.04sdff206) May 5, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD206pt.2

(CC 777) (UCLA 2007.04sdff206) May 5, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD206pt.3

(CC 777) (UCLA 2007.04sdff206) May 5-6, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD207

(CC 778) (UCLA 2007.04sdff207) May 5, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD208

(CC 779) (UCLA 2007.04sdff208) May 5, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD209

(CC 780) (UCLA 2007.04sdff209) May 5, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD210-212

(CC 781-783) (UCLA 2007.04sdff210-212) May 5, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD213-215

(CC 784-786) (UCLA 2007.04sdff213-215) May 5, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD216-218

(CC 787-789) (UCLA 2007.04sdff216-218) May 6, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD219-221

(CC 790-792) (UCLA 2007.04sdff219-221) May 6, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD222-224

(CC 793-796) (UCLA 2007.04sdff222-224) May 6, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD225-227

(CC 797-799) (UCLA 2007.04sdff225-227) May 6, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 2, Item 2007.04PMDVD228-231

(CC 800-803) (UCLA 2007.04sdff228-231) May 6&8, 1973

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
 

Subseries 12. 8th San Diego Folk Festival

Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD299pt.1

Curtiss Tapes 299 Pt.1 (CC 809) (UCLA 2007.04sdff299) April 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD299pt.2

Curtiss Tapes 299 Pt.2 (CC 809) (UCLA 2007.04sdff299) April 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD299pt.3

Curtiss Tapes 299 Pt.3 (CC 809) (UCLA 2007.04sdff299) April 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD300pt.1

Curtiss Tapes 300 Pt.1 (CC 810) (UCLA 2007.04sdff300)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD300pt.2

Curtiss Tapes 300 Pt.2 (CC 810) (UCLA 2007.04sdff300)

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz
Box 3, Item 2007.04PMDVD301-303

Curtiss Tapes 301-303 (CC 811-813) (UCLA 2007.04sdff301-303) April 25, 1974

Physical Description: MAM-A Archival DVD-R, 4.7 GB; Wave files: 24-bit/96 kHz