Sunday performances at the 1979 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 4)

Type:

Sound

Date:

05/27/1979

Item:

Audio recording

Series:

S1576

Item ID:

T83-104

Download: MP3

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Event Name

Collector or Fieldworker

Tradition Bearer

Genre or Occupation

Title of Work

  • Good Old Rebel (Jim & Gretchen Crawford)
  • Willie Moore
  • Islahoe
  • Keep on the Sunny Side (Dr. Flemming, Sheila Flemming, Luther & Pat Luzar, Henry Dennis)
  • Gathering Flowers
  • My Old Clinch Mountain Home
  • Flat Busted Tennis Balls (Shawn Foster)
  • John Henry
  • Hooves of Andulusia Suite & Melaleuca
  • Deaf Woman poem (Jeanie Fitchen)
  • Whistle Daughters Whistle
  • The Barndance (with her son)
  • Mysterious Fox of Fox Hollow
  • Michael Row Your Boat Ashore (Caney Forkers)
  • Kumbaya
  • Elizabeth Borden
  • Planzty George Brabazon (No Commercial Appeal)
  • Swallow Tail Jig
  • Little Red Haired Boy
  • Shebeg Shemore
  • Trolley James
  • The Old House By the Sea (Bob & Joline Patterson)
  • Unidentified song
  • Woman Be Wise
  • Green Rolling Hills of West Virginia
  • American Men and Women (Don Grooms, Marty Schuman, & Tim DeMass)
  • Blue Ridge Mountain Blues

Place Name

Corporate or Conference Name

General Note/Comment

  • One reel to reel recording. Boltin served as emcee. From Jacksonville, Jim Crawford played banjo; Gretchen Crawford once sang for the Jay Smith Family singers. Foster and Fitchen were from Cocoa. The Caney Forkers were from Cookeville, Tenn. No Commercial Appeal were from Gainesville. Patterson was from St. Augustine. The rest of Grooms' performance can be found on T83-105.

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