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Collection Number: 20434

Collection Title: Erik Darling Papers, 1950s-2008

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Size 4.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 500 items)
Abstract Erik Darling (1933-2008) was an American songwriter and folk music artist, born in Baltimore, Md., and raised in Canandaigua, N.Y. In the 1950s, he formed with Bob Carey and Alan Arkin what became the Tarriers. In 1956, the Tarriers' "Banana Boat Song" sparked a craze for calypso music. In 1958, Pete Seeger left the Weavers singing group, and Darling was asked to take his place; he stayed with that group until 1962. Darling then formed the Rooftop Singers, which popularized the 12-string guitar in its recording of "Walk Right In." Darling subsequently released several solo albums, wrote many instrument instruction books, and compiled his 2008 autobiography. The collection contains correspondence, scores, sheet music, song lyrics, photographs, moving image materials, audio recordings, and other items related to Erik Darling and his musical career. Correspondence discusses song writing and other activities. Correspondents include Fred Hellerman, Don McLean, Al Perrin, Pete Seeger, and other folk artists and friends. Also included are handwritten and photocopied scores with annotations by Darling; song lyrics by Darling and various collaborators; and printed and photocopied versions of sheet music. There are also clippings relating to the 2004 reunion performance of the Weavers; photographs of both the Tarriers and the Weavers; negatives from the 1954 Musical Americana Tour; several DVDs and videotapes that relate to various groups; recordings of phone interviews conducted by Darling with friends and associates, including Billy Faier, Guy Carawan, and Pete Seeger, while in the process of writing his autobiography I'd Give My Life: A Journey by Folk Music (2008) and compact discs containing notes for and chapters from the autobiography; and recordings of music by Darling and others, including commercially released audiodiscs, demos, dubs, mixes, and masters of commercial and non-commercial recordings.
Creator Darling, Erik.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
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Use of audio or visual materials may require production of listening or viewing copies.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Erik Darling Papers #20434, Southern Folklife Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Joan Darling and Bill Svanoe in October 2008 (Acc. 101047).
Sensitive Materials Statement
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Erik Darling was an American songwriter and folk music artist. He was born 25 September 1933 in Baltimore, Md., and grew up in Canandaigua, N.Y. During his teenage and early adult years, Darling became a talented guitar and banjo player. In the 1950s, he formed the Tunetellers with Bob Carey, but soon changed the group's name to the Tarriers. Darling and Carey were seeking a stable third member when a young actor, Alan Arkin, left Los Angeles, Calif., to join their group. In 1956, the Tarriers "Banana Boat Song" sparked a craze for calypso music. The popularily of this song led to the Tarriers being featured in the film Calypso Heat Wave. In 1958, Pete Seeger left the Weavers singing group, and Darling was asked to take his place; he stayed with the group from 1958 to 1962. Darling then formed the Rooftop Singers in 1962 specifically to update "Walk Right In," originally recorded by Cannon's Jug Stompers in the 1920s. Darling arranged the song for twin 12-string guitars. "Walk Right In" became a number one hit, and Darling was credited with sparking the popularity of 12-string guitars. Darling subsequently released several solo albums and wrote many instrument instruction books. Before his death on 3 August 2008, he completed his autobiography, I'd Give My Life: A Journey by Folk Music.

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The collection contains correspondence, scores, sheet music, song lyrics, photographs, moving image materials, audio recordings, and other items related to Erik Darling and his musical career. Correspondence discusses song writing and other activities. Correspondents include Fred Hellerman, Don McLean, Al Perrin, Pete Seeger, and other folk artists and friends of Darling. There are handwritten and photocopied scores with annotations by Darling; song lyrics by Darling and various collaborators; and printed and photocopied versions of sheet music. There are clippings relating to the 2004 reunion performance of the Weavers and photographs of the Tarriers and the Weavers. There are also negatives from the Musical Americana Tour, presumably held in 1954. Moving image materials include Isn't This A Time! Press screener , It's Weavermania! In Concert, El Perrate de Utrera, La Carboneria , and Flamenco: an interview with Chris Carnes. There are also recordings of phone interviews conducted by Darling with various friends and associates, including Billy Faier, Guy Carawan, and Pete Seeger, while in the process of writing his autobiography I'd Give My Life: A Journey by Folk Music (2008), as well as compact discs containing notes for and chapters from the autobiography. Finally, there are recordings of music by Darling and his collaborators, including commercially released audiodiscs, demos, dubs, mixes, and masters of commercial and non-commercial recordings.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Correspondence, 1976-2007.

About 30 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Correspondence discusses song writing and other activities. Correspondents include Fred Hellerman, Don McLean, Al Perrin, Pete Seeger, and other folk artists and friends of Erik Darling.

Folder 1

Correspondence, 1976-2007 #20434, Series: "1. Correspondence, 1976-2007." Folder 1

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About 250 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by song title.

Scores include handwritten and photocopied compositions with annotations by Erik Darling. Song lyrics are by Darling and various collaborators. Also included are song lyrics written by other artists, printed and photocopied versions of sheet music, and music for the Flamenco guitar.

Folder 2

Scores: "Ain't About To Turn Back Now" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 2

Scores: "All Kinds Of Love Songs" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 2

Scores: "A Long Line Of Woman" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 2

Scores: "Banana Boat Song" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 2

Scores: "Banjo Tune" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 2

Folder 3

Scores: "The Check Is In The Mail" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 3

Scores: "Child, Child" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 3

Scores: "Don't Let Your Cowboys Grow Up To Be Babies" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 3

Scores: "Far Through The Memory Shines The Happy Hour" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 3

Scores: "Fields Of Bluegrass" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 3

Scores: "Fire Prevention Songbook" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 3

Folder 4

Scores: "God Knows She Ain't No Angel" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 4

Scores: "I Come to Stay Awhile" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 4

Scores: "I Love Naples (Naples Rotary Song)" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 4

Scores: "It Doesn't Matter At All If It Rains" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 4

Scores: "It Only Takes One" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 4

Scores: "Merry Christmas (The Whole Wide World Around)" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 4

Scores: "No Time To Talk" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 4

Folder 5

Scores: "Our First Teacher Up In Space (Hang On To Your Dreams)" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 5

Scores: "Papa Told Me Blues" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 5

Scores: "The Revenge Of The Christmas Tree" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 5

Folder 6

Scores: "Santa Clause is Comin'" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 6

Scores: "Solea Per Buleria" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 6

Scores: "Sunshine Baby" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 6

Folder 7

Scores: "Trade Winds" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 7

Scores: "Walk Right In" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 7

Scores: "Walk Right In Blues" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 7

Scores: "Where You Can Still Hear The Sound Of The Railroad" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 7

Scores: "Your Own Song (The Dit Dit Song)" #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 7

Folder 8

Sheet music #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 8

Includes "Don't Fence Me In" by Cole Porter, "The Girl That I Marry" by Irving Berlin, "I'm an Old Cowhand" by Johnny Mercer, "150 Folk and Gospel Songs" as sung by Bill Clifton, and "The Rovin' Gambler" arranged by Nick Manoloff.

Folder 9-10

Song lyrics #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 9-10

Song lyrics by Erik Darling, various collaborators, and other artists.

Folder 11

"Flamenco Falsettas of Diego del Gastor-Moron de la Frontera," compiled by Evan Harrar #20434, Series: "2. Scores, Sheet Music, and Song Lyrics." Folder 11

Music for the Flamenco guitar.

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200 items.

Includes printed materials, clippings, and posters. Printed materials include copies of Folksinger's Wordbook, compiled by Irwin Silber and "American Folklore and Left-Wing Politics, 1927-1957" by Richard A. Reuss. There are clippings that primarily relate to the 2004 reunion performance of The Weavers, among other items.

Folder 12-15

Printed materials #20434, Series: "3. Other Papers." Folder 12-15

Includes copies of Folksinger's Wordbook compiled by Irwin Silber and "American Folklore and Left-Wing Politics, 1927-1957" by Richard A. Reuss.

Folder 16

Clippings #20434, Series: "3. Other Papers." Folder 16

Contains a copy of the press release and clippings for the 2004 reunion performance of the Weavers.

Folder 17-18

Other papers #20434, Series: "3. Other Papers." Folder 17-18

Includes receipts, notes, the schedule for the 1954 Musical Americana tour, the pilot outline for a television series entitled Confessions of a Truant Officer , lists of disc jockeys, and other materials.

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20434/1

Poster of Tom Riker #20434, Series: "3. Other Papers." XOP-20434/1

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20434/2

Poster of Lucinda Williams #20434, Series: "3. Other Papers." XOP-20434/2

Extra Oversize Paper XOP-20434/3

Poster for the film Calypso Heat Wave #20434, Series: "3. Other Papers." XOP-20434/3

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About 100 items.

Photographs are chiefly of the Tarriers and the Weavers, but there are also photographs of unidentified musicians and negatives from the 1954 Musical Americana tour.

Image Folder PF-20434/Folder 1

The Tarriers #20434, Series: "4. Photographs." PF-20434/Folder 1

Image Folder PF-20434/Folder 2

The Weavers #20434, Series: "4. Photographs." PF-20434/Folder 2

Image Folder PF-20434/Folder 3-5

The Weavers in Israel #20434, Series: "4. Photographs." PF-20434/Folder 3-5

Image Folder PF-20434/Folder 6

Musical Americana Tour negatives, 1954 #20434, Series: "4. Photographs." PF-20434/Folder 6

Image Folder PF-20434/Folder 7

Photographs of unidentified musicians #20434, Series: "4. Photographs." PF-20434/Folder 7

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25 items.

Recordings of phone interviews conducted by Erik Darling with various friends and associates while in the process of writing his autobiography I'd Give My Life: A Journey by Folk Music (2008). There are also compact discs containing notes for and chapters from the autobiography.

Audiocassette FS-10551

Joan Darling, 9 June 1991 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10551

Audiocassette FS-10552

Tommy Geraci, 28 June 1991 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10552

Audiocassette FS-10553

Art D'Lugoff #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10553

Audiocassette FS-10554

Billy Faier, 26 June 1991. Ed McCurdy, 31 July 1991 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10554

Audiocassette FS-10555

Ada Brown, 6 June 1991 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10555

Audiocassette FS-10556

George Sprung, Roger Sprung, Barry Kornfeld, 10 June 1991 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10556

Audiocassette FS-10557

Bob Gibson, 13 June 1991. Frank Hamilton, 14 June 1991 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10557

Audiocassette FS-10558

Dick Rozmini, 26 June 1991 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10558

Audiocassette FS-10559

Guy Carawan, 29 June 1991. Ethel Raim, 30 June 1991 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10559

Audiocassette FS-10560

Ed McCurdy, 9 June 1991 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10560

Audiocassette FS-10561

Danny Kalb, 14 September 1998 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10561

Audiocassette FS-10562

Danny Kalb, 29 September 1998 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10562

Audiocassette FS-10563

Tony Price #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10563

Audiocassette FS-10564

Bess Hawes, January 1993 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10564

Audiocassette FS-10565

Joan Darling, 24 March 1998 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10565

Audiocassette FS-10566

John Cohen, 22 April 1998 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10566

Audiocassette FS-10567

John Cohen, Mary Travers #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10567

Audiocassette FS-10568

Pete Seeger, 25 October 1998 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10568

Audiocassette FS-10569

Eric Weisberg #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10569

Audiocassette FS-10570

Tom Riker, 3 July 1997 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." FS-10570

Music Compact Disc CD-7812

Tracks for autobiography, Erik Darling #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." CD-7812

Music Compact Disc CD-7862

Travel, 12 October 2003 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." CD-7862

Notes for autobiography project.

Music Compact Disc CD-7863

Travel, December 2004 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." CD-7863

Notes for autobiography project.

Music Compact Disc CD-7864

Travel, April-May 2005 #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." CD-7864

Notes for autobiography project.

Music Compact Disc CD-7865

Chapters, major backup #20434, Series: "6. Autobiography Project Recordings and Related Materials." CD-7865

Notes for autobiography project.

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73 items.

Recordings are primarily of music by Erik Darling and his collaborators. There are commercially released audiodiscs, demos, dubs, mixes, and masters of commercial and non-commercial recordings.

Note that, for the most part, original label titles have been maintained.

Audiodisc 45-8928

Cindy, oh Cindy / Only if you praise the Lord, Vince Martin and the Tarriers #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." 45-8928

Commercially released audiodisc.

Audiodisc 45-8929

The banana boat song / No hidin' place, The Tarriers #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." 45-8929

Commercially released audiodisc.

Music Compact Disc CD-7813

Walk right in, 1 November 2006 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7813

Music Compact Disc CD-7814

Don't go mad until you got to, Erik Darling #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7814

Music Compact Disc CD-7815

Don't go mad: CD-R master, 16 December 2003 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7815

Music Compact Disc CD-7816

Don't go mad: Safety master, 6 May 2004 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7816

Music Compact Disc CD-7817

Don't go mad: Backup, 30 May 2007 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7817

Music Compact Disc CD-7818

Don't go mad: Reference, 10 July 2004 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7818

Music Compact Disc CD-7819

Don't go mad: Song #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7819

Music Compact Disc CD-7820

Go tell Aunt Rhody #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7820

Music Compact Disc CD-7821

Aunt Rhody's Christmas #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7821

Music Compact Disc CD-7822

Christmas, second session, 4 songs #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7822

Music Compact Disc CD-7823

Christmas, second session, WRI #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7823

Music Compact Disc CD-7824

Revenge of the Christmas tree, Erik Darling #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7824

Music Compact Disc CD-7825

Revenge of the Christmas tree: 24/44.1 for mastering, 10 June 2006 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7825

Music Compact Disc CD-7826

Revenge of the Christmas tree, 26 May 2006 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7826

Music Compact Disc CD-7827

Christmas bells / Santa Claus is coming: New roughs, 6 September 2006 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7827

Music Compact Disc CD-7828

Revenge of the Christmas tree #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7828

Music Compact Disc CD-7829

Revenge of the Christmas tree: With bass #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7829

Music Compact Disc CD-7830

Revenge of the Christmas tree #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7830

Music Compact Disc CD-7831

Revenge of the Christmas tree: Mix 2, 26 May 2006 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7831

Music Compact Disc CD-7832

Revenge of the Christmas tree: Remix, 4 November 2006 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7832

Music Compact Disc CD-7833

Revenge of the Christmas tree: First program. 2 November 2006 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7833

Music Compact Disc CD-7834

Santa Clause is comin', 2001 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7834

Music Compact Disc CD-7835

Silver zephyr overture, Erik Darling #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7835

Music Compact Disc CD-7836

Woody (Summer is coming), Erik Darling #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7836

Music Compact Disc CD-7837

Mix choices disc with alternate versions, Erik Darling #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7837

Music Compact Disc CD-7838

Carnegie Hall #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7838

Music Compact Disc CD-7839

J. J. Audabon #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7839

Music Compact Disc CD-7840

J. J. Audabon: Master #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7840

Music Compact Disc CD-7841

True religion / Train time: Kitchen mastered, 16 November 2006 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7841

Music Compact Disc CD-7842

True religion / Train time, Erik Darling, 1960 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7842

Music Compact Disc CD-7843

True religion / Train time, Erik Darling, 1960 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7843

Music Compact Disc CD-7844

True religion / Train time, Erik Darling #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7844

Music Compact Disc CD-7845

Dig my grave #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7845

Music Compact Disc CD-7846

Front row with Arkansas Red #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7846

Music Compact Disc CD-7847

An old dish rag, Fred Hellerman #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7847

Music Compact Disc CD-7848

Long long way, Freddie's version #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7848

Music Compact Disc CD-7849

A. Miller at Rave's #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7849

Music Compact Disc CD-7850

Possible songs for Carnegie #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7850

Music Compact Disc CD-7851

The ballad of Rod Skaggs, December 2006 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7851

Music Compact Disc CD-7852

Darling Corey and Goofing-off suite, Pete Seeger #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7852

Dub of commercial recordings.

Music Compact Disc CD-7853

Love calls home, Peggy Seeger #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7853

Dub of commercial recordings.

Music Compact Disc CD-7854

Goofing-off suite, Pete Seeger #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7854

Dub of commercial recordings.

Music Compact Disc CD-7855

Emmett Miller #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7855

Dub of commercial recordings.

Music Compact Disc CD-7856

Jazz corner, Hotlanta #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7856

Dub of commercial recordings.

Music Compact Disc CD-7857

Gamble Rogers #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7857

Dub of commercial recordings.

Music Compact Disc CD-7858

Unidentified. #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7858

Music Compact Disc CD-7859

Revenge of the Christmas tree: Revision 2, 7 November 2006 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7859

HDCD reference master.

Music Compact Disc CD-7860

Revenge of the Christmas tree: Revision 3, 16 November 2006 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7860

HDCD reference master.

Music Compact Disc CD-7861

True religion / Train time: Revision 1, 16 November 2006 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." CD-7861

HDCD reference master.

Digital Audiotape DAT-556

Border Town at Midnight, Erik Darling and Border Town #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." DAT-556

Audiocassette FS-10571

Soca Girl, Bryan Lee #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10571

Dub.

Audiocassette FS-10572

Almanac Singers 1941-1942 (dubs) #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10572

Dubs of Keynote and General Records releases.

Audiocassette FS-10573

Weavers on WNYC: Charter recordings 1949 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10573

Audiocassette FS-10574

Sunset: Omar, Chris, Erik #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10574

Audiocassette FS-10575

Tarantas #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10575

Audiocassette FS-10576

Songs from Ronnie #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10576

Music in my mother's house (Stuart Stott); I am willing; I ain't afraid (Holly Near).

Audiocassette FS-10577

Practice #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10577

Audiocassette FS-10578

Ain't About to Turn Back Now: Long Live Women #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10578

Audiocassette FS-10579

Ain't About to Turn Back Now: Idea, January 27 1996 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10579

Audiocassette FS-10580

1800s words, names, history #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10580

Audiocassette FS-10581

Never, Ever K to Q #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10581

Audiocassette FS-10582

Our First Teacher In Space: Demo #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10582

Audiocassette FS-10583

Our First Teacher In Space: Performance #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10583

Audiocassette FS-10584

Flamenco #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10584

Audiocassette FS-10585

Simple Song, Lyle Lovett #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10585

Audiocassette FS-10586

Tommy Geraci, Rooftop. Ada, Gift #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10586

Dubs.

Audiocassette FS-10587

Hurry Worry / Long Long Way #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10587

Audiocassette FS-10588

Never Ever: Erik's Heart Song #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10588

Audiocassette FS-10589

Japan #1 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10589

Audiocassette FS-10590

Japan #2 #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10590

Audiocassette FS-10591

Full Stop, Erik Darling #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10591

Dub.

Audiocassette FS-10592

Unidentified #20434, Series: "7. Recorded Music." FS-10592

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Processed by: Jennifer Thompson, October 2009

Encoded by: Jennifer Thompson, October 2009

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