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Collection Number: 20015

Collection Title: Joan Fenton Collection, 1952-1978

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Abstract Folklorist and performer Joan Fenton earned a Masters degree in folklore at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1981. She is the owner of several stores in Charlottesville, Va., that feature traditional and contemporary handicrafts. The collection consists of sound recordings and related documentation. Sound recordings include interviews, songs, and tall tales by artists in the southern roots traditions from North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, and Louisiana. Fenton's folklore thesis fieldwork about Howard Cotten, an African American tall tale teller in North Carolina, is represented by his songs, anecdotes, and tales about fishing and hunting that were recorded between 1976 and 1978. Also included are recordings from the 1978 John Henry Folk Festival where Hazel Dickens, Viola Clark, the Badgett Sisters, Walter Phelps, Ethel Phelps, Sparky Rucker, Pigmeat Jarrett, and Sweet Honey in the Rock performed. Interviews and sound recordings relating to Jamie Alston, Wilber Atwater, Willie Brooks, Dona Gum, Maggie Hammons, Sherman Hammons, Guy B. Johnson, Everett Lilly, Mitchell "Bea" Lilly, Varise Conner, Phillippe Bruneau, Carl Rutherford, and the Balfa Brothers are included. Also included are interviews with and songs of Charles Williams, a washboard player from White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., and Nat Reese, a guitarist and blues singer from Princeton, W.Va. Fenton is the primary interviewer on these recordings, some of which were made in performers' homes where she accompanied them on guitar, but there are also a few field tapes done by others, including some with the Reverend Gary Davis in Jamaica, N.Y., 1971-1972 and others done by John Cohen in New York in the 1950s. Documentation of field recordings includes transcription notes from interviews conducted by Fenton and notes compiled from the audio material.
Creator Fenton, Joan.
Language English.
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[Identification of item], in the Joan Fenton Collection #20015, Southern Folklife Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Provenance
Received from Joan Fenton in September 1990.
Sensitive Materials Statement
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Joan Fenton earned a Masters degree in folklore in 1981 at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Fenton's thesis project, Howard Cotten: A Black teller of Tall Tales, centered around the African American tall tale tradition.

In the mid-1970s, Fenton recorded Howard Cotten and other tall tale-tellers and musicians in the North Carolina Piedmont, including Jamie Alston, Wilber Atwater, and Willie Brooks. Around the same time, she recorded gospel, blues, and country music in West Virginia, as well as biblical readings, a chanted sermon, and congregational testimonies from an African-American church service. Fenton also interviewed better-known artists, such as Sweet Honey in the Rock, Alice Gerrard, and Carl Rutherford, and recorded music and workshop sessions at the John Henry Folk Festival in 1978.

Joan Fenton lives in Charlottesville, Va., and owns 9 retail stores, 7 of which feature traditional and contemporary handicrafts. Fenton, active in the Charlottesville business community, has served as chair of the Charlottesville Board of Architectural Review, a member of the Charlottesville Revolving Loan Committee, and chair of the Downtown Business Association. Fenton coordinates "Blues Week" at the Augusta Heritage Workshop in Elkins, W.Va.

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The collection of Virginia  folklorist  Joan Fenton consists of sound recordings and related documentation. Sound recordings include interviews, songs, and tall tales by artists in the southern roots traditions from North Carolina's Piedmont region and other southern states, including South Carolina, West Virginia, and Louisiana. Fenton's folklore thesis fieldwork about Howard Cotten, an African American tall-tale teller in North Carolina, is represented by his songs, anecdotes, and tales about fishing and hunting that were recorded between 1976 and 1978. Also included are recordings from the 1978 John Henry Folk Festival where Hazel Dickens, Viola Clark, the Badgett Sisters, Walter Phelps, Ethel Phelps, Sparky Rucker, Pigmeat Jarrett, and Sweet Honey in the Rock performed. Interviews and sound recordings relating to Jamie Alston, Wilber Atwater, Willie Brooks, Dona Gum, Maggie Hammons, Sherman Hammons, Everett Lilly, Mitchell "Bea" Lilly, Varise Conner, Phillippe Bruneau, Carl Rutherford, and the Balfa Brothers are included. Also included are interviews with and songs of Charles Williams, a washboard player from White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., and Nat Reese, a guitarist and blues singer from Princeton, W.Va. Fenton is the primary interviewer on these recordings, some of which were made in performers' homes where she accompanied them on guitar. However, there is also a set of four field tapes of the Reverend Gary Davis interviewed in his home in Jamaica, N.Y., during the winter of 1971-1972 by Larry Johnson and Lionel Ragosin and three other field tapes that were recorded in New York City in the early 1950s by John Cohen.

Documentation of field recordings includes transcription notes from interviews conducted by Fenton. For every field recording in the collection, documentation notes were compiled by the Southern Folklife Collection's research assistants in the mid-1980s. The audio material was reviewed and described, some in great detail. Documentation also includes notes from the original audiotape labels.

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189 items.

Sound recordings include interviews, songs, and tall tales by artists in the southern roots traditions from North Carolina's Piedmont region, West Virginia, and Louisiana. Joan Fenton's folklore thesis fieldwork about African American tall tale tellers in North Carolina, including Howard Cotten and others, is represented. Interviews and sound recordings of Pig Meat Jarrett, Hazel Dickens, the Lilly Brothers, Varise Conner, Phillippe Bruneau, and the Balfa Brothers are also included.

FS-1164: Interviews and songs with various artists, including Sun Sparky, Larry Johnson, Ron Wilkerson, Sabba Ja. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FS-1165: Interviews and songs with various artists, including Robin Garrett, apple butter, Della Taylor. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FS-1166: Interviews and songs with various artists, including Pig Meat Jarrett, Bitsy, Romona. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FS-1167: Interviews and songs with various artists, including Hazel Dickens and Phyllis [Boyens]. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FS-1168: Interviews and songs with various artists, including Louisiana Red, Johnny Shines, and Hazel Dickens. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FS-1169: Interviews and songs with the Badgett Sisters. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FS-1170: Interviews and songs with various artists, including Ethel Phelps, Walter Phelps, Jesse Graves, and E. E. John at the John Henry Folk Festival. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FS-1171: Interviews and songs with Brooks Gore at the MBA jam. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FS-1172: Interviews and songs with various artists, including R. Johnson and Carl Rutherford. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FS-1173: Interviews and songs with various artists, including Carl Rutherford and Everett Lilly. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FS-1174: Interviews and songs with Everett Lilly. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-871: Interview and songs with Willie Brooks. Recorded at his home in Pittsboro, N.C. 23 January 1996. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "It's Your Time Now, Baby." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Come On Down To My House, Ain't Nobody Home But Me." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Come On Down To My House, Ain't Nobody Home But Me." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "[Bring it with You When You Come]." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Motherless Child." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Unknown. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Red River." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-872: Interview and songs with Willie Brooks. Recorded at his home in Pittsboro, N.C. 23 January 1996. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "It's Your Time Now, Baby." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Come On Down To My House, Ain't Nobody Home But Me." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Come On Down To My House, Ain't Nobody Home But Me." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "[Bring it with You When You Come]." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Motherless Child." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Unknown. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "I Hate to See the Rising Sun Go Down." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "[900 Miles From My Home]." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Talks about making a banjo, his music, etc. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Red River." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "[She's a Little Bit Funny That Way]." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "[I Have a Home]." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-873: Interview and songs with Willie Brooks. Recorded at his home in Pittsboro, N.C. 20 June 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Reuben. " #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Shine On, Harvest Moon." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Old Joe Clark." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "John Henry." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Good Morning Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Crow Jane." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-874: Interview and music with Howard Cotten and Willie Brooks. Recorded at Howard Cotten's home. 11 September 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Gospel Song." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "[Joan, I Love You]." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Jordan River." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "[I Heard My Baby When She Called My Name]." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "I Hate To See That Rising Sun Go Down." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Cuckoo Bird." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "My Girl Got a Loving Little Feeling." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Mama, Let Me Lay It On You." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Instrumental. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-875: Willie Brooks recorded in his home in Pittsboro, N.C. Willie Brooks plays the steel guitar with discussion between songs. 1 October 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "I Wonder If My Mother Is On That Train." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Got a Lovely Feeling." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Airplane Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "I Say Hey." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-876: Willie Brooks recorded in his home in Pittsboro, N.C. Willie Brooks plays the steel guitar with discussion and stories. 1 October 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Red River." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "I Wish I Was A Catfish Swimming in the Sea." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "She's Just a Little Bit Funny That Way." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Stories, etc. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-877: Joan Fenton, Willie Brooks recorded in his home in Pittsboro, N.C. Willie Brooks plays the steel guitar with discussion between songs. 1 October 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "I've Got to Find Her." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "I'm Going to the River." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "[I'm Going Across the River]." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Kansas City." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Steamboat Bill." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Discussion about "Steamboat Bill." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-878: Joan Fenton, Willie Brooks recorded in his home in Pittsboro, N.C. Willie Brooks plays the steel guitar with discussion between songs. 25 October 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Tells of a woman getting her head cut off in a train wreck. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Come On Down To My House." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Steamboat Bill." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "One Dime." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Talks about records, gramophone and learning songs. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Red River." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Discussion about building his first banjo, etc. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-879: Joan Fenton, Willie Brooks recorded in his home in Pittsboro, N.C. Willie Brooks plays the steel guitar with discussion between songs. 25 October 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Worried Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "How I Love My Girl." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Instrumental he learned from his Uncle James. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "I'm So Glad." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Weary Blues (two false starts)." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Lovely Feeling." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-880: Joan Fenton, Willie Brooks recorded in his home in Pittsboro, N.C. Willie Brooks plays the steel guitar with discussion between songs. 25 October 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Talks about Howard Cotten, tale telling, etc. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Weary Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "[Going to St. Louis]." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "What You Gonna Do, Send Your Man To War?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Hey Baby." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-881: Interview and songs with Varise Conner (guitar). Accompanied by Joan Fenton (guitar), Edgar Conner (guitar), and John Henry (fiddle). Recorded at Varise Conner's home in Lake Arthur, La. 3 March 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Waltz. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Waltz. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Discussion about guitars. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. More music. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-882: Interview and songs with various artists, including Varise Conner, Edgar Conner, and John Henry. Recorded at Varise Conner's home in Lake Arthur, La. 3 March 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Devil's Dream." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Sugarfoot Rag." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Cajun waltz. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Discussion about writing songs and song origin. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Maiden's Prayer." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Lake Arthur Stomp." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Goodnight Waltz." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Discussion about finger accidents. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Black Mountain Rag." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-883: Interview and songs with various artists, including Varise Conner, Edgar Conner, and John Henry. Recorded at Varise Conner's home in Lake Arthur, La. 6 March 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Kentucky." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Irish Waltz." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Blank (2-1/2 minutes). #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Married With One and In Love With Another." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Lafayette Two-Step." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Down South." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Wednesday Night Waltz." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Cha Tutu." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Reno Waltz." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-884: Interview and songs with various artists, including Varise Conner, Edgar Conner, and John Henry. Recorded at Varise Conner's home in Lake Arthur, La. 6 March 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Reno Waltz." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Marmanto Stomp." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Story about old man at a dance. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Talks about learning Texas tunes. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Stone's Rag." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Memphis Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Sweet Bunch of Daisies." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Georgiana Moon." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Ranger's Waltz." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-885: Interview and songs with various artists, including Varise Conner, Edgar Conner and John Henry. Recorded at Varise Conner's home in Lake Arthur, La. 6 March 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Pardon Two-Step." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Carolina Waltz." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Kentucky Waltz." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-886: Interview and songs with Phillippe Bruneau on accordion. Recorded at Savoy Music Center in Eunice, La. 4 March 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-887: Interview and songs with Phillippe Bruneau on accordion. Recorded at Savoy Music Center in Eunice, La. 4 March 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-888: Various Artists, including Dewey Balfa, Will Balfa, and Rodney Balfa, Rodney's daughter, and Allie Young during Mardi Gras celebration in Mamou, La. 2 March 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Jolie Blond." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Announcements. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "The Back Door." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-889: Various Artists, including Allie Young, accordion; D. L. Menard, guitar; Rodney Balfa, guitar; Dewey Balfa; Will Balfa; Dick Richard; and Mark Savoy, fiddle. Jam session at Allie Young's. 8 March 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Jolie Blond." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Announcements. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "The Back Door." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "The Back Door." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-890: Interview, songs and tall tales with Howard Cotten. Recorded at his home in Goldston, N.C. 6 August 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Step it up and Go." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "My Good Girl Quit Me." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Walking Them Floors Over You. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Talks about learning to play from artists such as Blind Boy Fuller, Blind Lemon, Jefferson Tubb, and Ernest Tubb. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Tall tales and other narrative genres, such as possum hunting, the incredible dog who could retrieve anything, the man who rode into town on a lawnmower, the mule who pulled cotton, the man with the killer buzzards. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "One Dime." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Rag Mama," instrumental. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "I'm coming Home." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Too Tight." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Rag Mama," instrumental. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. Talks about mice and rats. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "I Wished I was a Candyman, Sitting in a Candy Stand." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. "Step it Up and Go." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-891: Interview, songs, and tall tales with Howard Cotten. Recorded at his home in Goldston, N.C. 6 August 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "The Lovesick Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Step It Up and Go" / talks about learning from Blind Boy Fuller. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "John Henry," banjo instrumental. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Going Away Just to Wear You Off My Mind." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Going Away Just to Wear You Off My Mind." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Story about a monkey outsmarting a coon dog. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-892: Interview, songs, and tall tales with Howard Cotten. Recorded at his home in Goldston, N.C. 6 August 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Talks about hitchhiking. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Anecdote about a man digging a well and falling in. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Remembers seeing a train for the first time. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Anecdote about a friend falling into a new grave. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "One Dime." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Get Back Nelly." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Tall tale about possum hunting and riding home on the possum's back. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Tall tale about turtle hunting and riding home on the turtle's back. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Story about kinsman named after parts of a wagon. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. Story about boyhood baseball game. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Candy Man." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-893: Interview, songs, and tall tales with Howard Cotten. Recorded at his home in Goldston, N.C. 6 August 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Ghost story about possum hunting. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Talks about corn liquor and moonshine. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Tall tale about possum hunting and riding home on the possum's back. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Tall tale about two cats getting into a fight on a hunting trip. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Tall tale about Bobo, a hunting dog, who could retrieve anything. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Story about an uncle digging a well. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Story about another uncle who was digging a well. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Remembers seeing a train for the first time. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Rag Mama." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-894: Interview and songs with Laura Lea, a quilter from Chatham County, N.C., and Howard Cotten. Recorded at Cotten's home in Goldston, N.C. 18 October 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Ritual scarification or birthmark found on several relative's bodies, Laura Lea. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Maternal grandparents owned a tavern and made liquor for the government, Laura Lea. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Paternal grandparents were slaves on the Lea-Powell plantation, Laura Lea. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Benjamin Lea, a relative, put himself through college, Laura Lea. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Black community pooled money to buy a car to transport kids to school, Laura Lea. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Discusses family tree, Laura Lea. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Mocking a crippled man, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. An uncle played old-time jazz on the banjo, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. My Good Girl Quit Me, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Step It Up and Go," Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. Recites lyrics from a song about a coal man and an iceman, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "One Dime," Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. "Rag Mama," Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-895: Interview, songs and tall tales with Howard Cotten and Dorothy Jean. Recorded at Cotten's home in Goldston, N.C. 18 October 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Step It Up and Go." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Lovesick Blues. " #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Careless Love." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Tall tales about giant vegetables. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Tall tale about a rooster who wouldn't stop cackling. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Tall tale about a possum that was so big they rode on its back. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Tells about his grandfather who names his twelve sons after wagon parts. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-896: Interview, songs, and tall tales with Howard Cotten and Dorothy Jean. Recorded at Cotten's home in Goldston, N.C. 18 October 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Tall tale about a talking dog. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Tall tale about a contest to win a man's daughter by doing the fastest trick. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Talks about being married and infidelity. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Tall tale about catching a one-eyed, one-eared, eight-legged rabbit. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Ghost story about possum hunting. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Story about seeing a driverless horse and buggy. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Talks about meeting other haints. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Talks about meeting other haints. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Story about fistfights. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. Talks about parties, music and dancing. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. Story about an uncle who was killed by a mule. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "Too Tight," cut short. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-897: Interview, songs and tall tales with Howard Cotten and Dorothy Jean. Recorded at Cotten's home in Goldston, N.C. 18 October 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-898: Interview and songs with Howard Cotten. Recorded at his home in Goldston, N.C. 31 December 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Worried Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "One Dime." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Rag Mama." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Step It Up and Go." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-899: Interview and songs with Howard Cotten. Recorded at his home in Goldston, N.C. 8 January 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Story about an old man who goes possum hunting in his wheelchair. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Story about a catfight. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Step It Up and Go." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Story about possum hunting and dogs chasing haints. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Discussion. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Story about an uncle who fell in a well. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Too Tight." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-900: Interview and songs with Howard Cotten. Recorded at his home in Goldston, N.C. 8 January 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Story about being chased up a tree by a bear. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Tall tale about hunting dogs herding a string of possum into a truck. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Tall tale about catching a giant possum and riding home on its back. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-901: Interview and songs with Howard Cotten. Recorded at his home in Goldston, N.C. 8 January 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Talks about food. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Story about he and his uncle tricking a rookie farmer. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Story about tricking a man who was casting a fishing line out in a field. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. More complete version of story #2. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Story about a mean rooster. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Story about a rooster who wants to live in the house. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-902: Interview and songs with Howard Cotten and Willie Brooks. Recorded at Howard Cotten's home in Goldston, N.C. 10 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Talks about coming home drunk, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Talks about food, family and an old girlfriend, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Lovesick Blues," Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Recounts a Beverly Hillbilly episode about eating a dog, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "I Heard Somebody Calling Me," Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Step It Up and Go," Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Got a Gal Who's Just as Sweet as She Can Be," Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Easy To Get Along With Me," Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Got a Little Gal, She's Crazy About Me." / "Little Bit Funny That Way," Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-903: Interview and tall tales with Howard Cotten. Recorded at his home in Goldston, N.C. 8 January 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Story about being chased up a tree by a bear. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Discussion about a new story. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Story about a baby rooster who was raised in the house. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Story about a hunting dog who treed fifteen possum up the same tree. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Story about catching a giant fish on a plow line. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Story about helping a farmer find his missing hogs. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Story about tricking people who were coming home from church. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-904: Interview and songs with Howard Cotten and Willie Brooks. Recorded at Howard Cotten's home in Goldston, N.C. 31 December 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Best of Friends Got to Part," Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Put Your Sweet Lips a Little Closer to the Phone," Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Don't Make My Brown Eyes Turn Blue," Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Recites a verse from unknown song, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Don't You Hear Me Calling You," Willie Brooks? #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-905: Interview and songs with Willie Brooks. Recorded at Howard Cotten's home in Goldston, N.C. 31 December 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Cryin' Time." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "You Got to Go." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "You Can't Hide." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-906: Interview and songs with Howard Cotten and Willie Brooks. Recorded at Howard Cotten's home in Goldston, N.C. 31 December 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Matchbox Willie." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "She's a Little Bit Funny That Way." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "I Ain't Got Nobody." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-907: Duplicate of a cassette that Howard Cotten made of his tales. Original recording, 3 January 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Story about being chased up a tree by a bear. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Mule egg story. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Story about using grasshoppers as bait to catch bass and tricking a foolish man who is casting a line in a field. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Signifying Monkey" toast, "You Gotta Shake It and Go." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Anecdote about a boy who tries to wash his uncle's dogs in a washing machine and then throws a coop of chickens into a well to give them a drink. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Anecdote about Uncle Hub who named his fourteen sons after his wagon parts. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Story about how the town was going to kill the oldest resident in order to get a new graveyard started. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Story about hunting rabbits. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Story about a mean rooster. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. Story about a rooster who is raised in the house and refuses to move outside. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. Instrumental, banjo. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "Uncle Dave Macon," cut short. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-908: Tall tales and music with Howard Cotten. Recorded at his home in Goldston, N.C. 10 January 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "One Dime." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Story about hunting rabbits and falling into a well. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-909: UNC Folklore Broadcast #4: Tall Tales and Blues from Chatham County, N.C. Joan Fenton, editor and sound engineer. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

Side A: #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
1. Tall tale, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Intro to show, Joan Fenton. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Too Tight Blues," Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Tall tale, Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Tale tale, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Rag Mama," Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Tall tale, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Commentary. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "I'm Walking The Floor Over You," Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal You," Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. Unknown song, Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. Tall tale, Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. Tall tale, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
14. "900 Miles Away From Home," Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
15. Commentary about Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
Side B: #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
1. Unknown Song, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Tall tale, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Tall tale, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Candy Man," Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Tall tales. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "My Girl's Got A Lovin' Little Feelin'," Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Tall tale, Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Steamboat Bill," Willie Brooks. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Commentary. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. Tall tale, Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Too Tight," Howard Cotten. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1115: Various artists, including Don Pitts, Badgett Sisters, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Johnny Shines, James Easily, Hazel Dickens, Phyllis Boyens, Everett Lilly and band, and Martin, Bogan & Armstrong recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. Tracks 6-11, Vocal Styles Workshop. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Religious talk / introduction of Viola Clark, Don Pitts. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning," Badgett Sisters. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Since I Don't Have You," Sweet Honey In The Rock. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "I Don't Know," Johnny Shines. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Unknown song (fragment), James Easily. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Where the Soul Of Man Never Dies," Hazel Dickens, Phyllis Boyens. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "West Virginia, My Home," Hazel Dickens, Phyllis Boyens. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "When the Bees Are In the Hive, I'll Come To You," Everett Lilly and Band. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "If You's A Viper," Martin, Bogan & Armstrong. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "John Henry," Martin, Bogan & Armstrong. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Sweet Heart of Sigma Phi (fragment)," Martin, Bogan & Armstrong. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1116: West Virginia Golden Voices recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Call On God." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Why Me Lord." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Thank You Jesus." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Talkin' About A Man Called Jesus." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Where Will I Be When The First Trumpet Sounds?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "You Don't Have To Ride This Train." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "What A Wonderful World This Would Be." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "That's My Train Fare Home." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Jesus Will Provide. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. Commentary, Don Pitts. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1117: Various artists, including Viola Clark, Badgett Sisters recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Must Jesus Bear The Cross Alone," Viola Clark. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Every Time I Feel the Spirit," Viola Clark. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "How Great Thou Art," Viola Clark. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Thank You Jesus," Viola Clark. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "There Is A Land Where We Never Grow Old," Viola Clark. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands," Viola Clark. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "There Is Someone Who Cares For You," Viola Clark. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Precious Lord, Take My Hand," Viola Clark. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Amazing Grace," Viola Clark. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Old Time Religion," Viola Clark. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Religious Talk," Don Pitts. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "We Are Climbing Jacob's Ladder." / "Soldier Of The Cross," Badgett Sisters. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. "Study War No More," Badgett Sisters. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
14. "I'll Fly Away," Badgett Sisters. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
15. "Only A Look At Jesus," Badgett Sisters. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
16. "Let The Church Roll On," Badgett Sisters. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
17. "Traveling Shoes," Badgett Sisters. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1118: Various artists, including Walter Phelps and Ethel Phelps with Dan Lewis, Choir from Riley County, W.Va., and Ed Cabel recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "This Little Light of Mine," Walter Phelps and Ethel Phelps. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "I Know It Was His Blood," Walter Phelps and Ethel Phelps. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "He Is Everything To Me," Walter Phelps and Ethel Phelps. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Jesus on the Mainline," Walter Phelps and Ethel Phelps. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "I Want To Be At the Meeting," Walter Phelps and Ethel Phelps. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Amen," Walter Phelps and Ethel Phelps. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Jesus Our Lord," Choir from Riley County, W.Va. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Inside the Pearly Gates," Choir from Riley County, W.Va. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "The River of Jordan," Choir from Riley County, W.Va. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Beautiful Sweet Heaven Shall Be My Home," Choir from Riley County, W.Va. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Glory Will Be When We Shall Meet," Choir from Riley County, W.Va. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "Shouting and Singing," Choir from Riley County, W.Va. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. "Jesus Is My Guiding Light," Choir from Riley County, W.Va. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
14. Closing words / prayer, Choir from Riley County, W.Va. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
15. "Good Morning Blues," Ed Cabell. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
16. "Will The Circle Be Unbroken?" Ed Cabell. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
17. "This Little Light of Mine," Ed Cabell. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1119: Various artists, including Joan Fenton, Jim Chambo, Saul Brody, Sparky Rucker recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "The Two Sisters," Joan Fenton, Jim Chambo. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "St. James Infirmary Blues," Jim Chambo. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "You've Been Talkin'," Jim Chambo. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Big Fat Woman," Jim Chambo. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "The Longest Train," Saul Brody. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Christmas Around the Campfire," Saul Brody. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Satisfied Mind," Saul Brody. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "The Great Philadelphia Lawyer," Saul Brody. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Lay My Burden Down," Saul Brody. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Somebody Touched Me," Saul Brody. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Crossroads," Sparky Rucker. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "Glory To His Name," Sparky Rucker. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. "Come Into My Kitchen," Sparky Rucker. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
14. "San Francisco Bay Blues," Sparky Rucker. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
15. "Gospel Train," Sparky Rucker and Saul Brody. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1120: Various artists, including Sweet Honey in the Rock, Pigmeat Jarrett recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Instrumental, Pigmeat Jarrett. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Instrumental, Pigmeat Jarrett. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Mr. Freddie," Pigmeat Jarrett. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Instrumental, Pigmeat Jarrett. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Instrumental, Pigmeat Jarrett. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. I Got to Move, Pigmeat Jarrett. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Mr. Freddie," Pigmeat Jarrett. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Wartime Blues," Pigmeat Jarrett. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Instrumental, Pigmeat Jarrett. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "The Sun Will Never Go Down," Sweet Honey in the Rock. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Nothing But An Echo of the Past," Sweet Honey in the Rock. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "Give Your Hands to Struggle," Sweet Honey in the Rock. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. "Since I Don't Have You," Sweet Honey in the Rock. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1121: Various artists, including Johnny Shines and Sweet Honey in the Rock recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Chile, Your Waters Run Red," Sweet Honey in the Rock. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Oh My Lord, Show Me The Way," Sweet Honey in the Rock. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "They Are Falling All Around Me," Sweet Honey in the Rock. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "I'm a Stranger Here," Sweet Honey in the Rock. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Sitting On Top of the World," Sweet Honey in the Rock. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Believe I'll Run On, See What the End's Gonna Be," Sweet Honey in the Rock. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Travelin' Shoes," Sweet Honey in the Rock. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Boogie Woogie," Johnny Shines. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "If You Don't Feel the Spirit, You Better Turn Around," Johnny Shines. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1122: Various artists, including Johnny Shines, E. E. Johnson, and Brooks Gore recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Hot Tamale," Johnny Shines. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Black Cat Bone," Johnny Shines. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Instrumental, Johnny Shines. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Just a Little Tenderness," Johnny Shines. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "I Am a Pilgrim," E. E. Johnson and Brooks Gore. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "The Gospel Train," E. E. Johnson and Brooks Gore. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Nine-Pound Hammer," E. E. Johnson and Brooks Gore. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Gates to the City," E. E. Johnson and Brooks Gore. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Jesus Won't You Be My Friend" (partial), E. E. Johnson and Brooks Gore. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1123: Various artists, including James Easily, Nat Reece, Raymond Johnston, E. E. Johnson, and Brooks Gore recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "It Is No Secret What God Can Do," E. E. Johnson and Brooks Gore. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Muskrat," E. E. Johnson and Brooks Gore. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Careless Love," E. E. Johnson and Brooks Gore. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Try to Make Friends," E. E. Johnson and Brooks Gore. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Instrumental, E. E. Johnson and Brooks Gore. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Every Day of the Week," James Easily and Nat Reece. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "How Long," James Easily and Nat Reece. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Baby, I'd Like to Know," James Easily and Nat Reece. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Darling, You Know I Love You," James Easily and Nat Reece. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. Blues song, James Easily and Nat Reece. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Ain't Nobody's Business What I Do," James Easily and Nat Reece. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "The Preacher and the Bear," James Easily and Nat Reece. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. Introduction to Raymond Johnston, Joan Fenton. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
14. "Dusty's Hornpipe," Raymond Johnston. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
15. "Fire on the Mountain," Raymond Johnston. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
16. Old Sledge, Raymond Johnston. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
17. "Billy in the Low Ground," Raymond Johnston. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
18. "Back Up and Push," Raymond Johnston. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
19. Banjo workshop announcement, Joan Fenton. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1124: Various artists, including Franklin George, Uncle Homer Walker, Jim Costa, Raymond Johnston, Andy Cohen, and James Easily recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival during banjo and piano workshops. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. The history of the banjo, Franklin George. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "John Hardy," Ray Johnston. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Three-finger Style, Franklin George, and Jim Costa. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Soldier's Joy," Jim Costa. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Soldier's Joy," Jim Costa and Franklin George. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Cripple Creek," Uncle Homer Walker. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Red Rocking Chair," Ray Johnston. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Little Brown Jug," Frank George. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Cumberland Gap," Jim Costa. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Let the Light From the Lighthouse Shine on Me," Uncle Homer Walker. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Call Up My Sheep and Feed My Little Lamb," Ray Johnston. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "Mississippi Sawyer," Franklin George, Ray Johnston, Jim Costa. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. Explanation and demonstration of piano styles, Andy Cohen. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
14. "Chicago Style Boogie." / "Chattanooga Choo-Choo", Andy Cohen. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
15. "St. Louis Tickle." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
16. "The Joint is Jumpin'." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
17. "Trixy Ain't Walkin' No More." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
18. "Walkin' The Dog." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1125: Various artists, including James Easily, Sue Truman, Gary Hawk, Tim Goodall, Jim Costa, Ray Johnston, Dewey Hambrick, Carl Rutherford, and Hazel Dickens recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival, vocal styles and fiddle workshops. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Movin' On," James Easily. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "You Are My Sunshine," James Easily. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "44 Blues," James Easily. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "John Henry," Sue Truman, Gary Hawk, Tim Goodall, Gary Hawk. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Sail Away Ladies," Sue Truman, Gary Hawk, Tim Goodall, Gary Hawk. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Soldier's Joy," Frank George, Jim Costa, Ray Johnston. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Cricket on the Hearth," Ray Johnston. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Fisher's Hornpipe," Frank George. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Big Fish," Dewey Hambrick. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Jimmy Johnson," Dewey Hambrick. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Old Puncheon Floor," Dewey Hambrick. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "Mississippi Sawyer," Jim Costa. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. "Turkey in the Straw," Frank George, Joe Hannibeck, Karen McKay. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
14. "Eighth of January," Frank George, Joe Hannibeck, Karen McKay. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
15. "John Henry," Carl Rutherford. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
16. "You're For Me," Carl Rutherford. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
17. "Blues Stay Away From Me," Hazel Dickens, Joan Fenton, Phyllis Boyens. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1126: Various artists, including Hazel Dickens, Phyllis Boyens, Carl Rutherford, Monroe County Ramblers, Jerome, and Steve Ballew recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "West Virginia," Hazel Dickens, Phyllis Boyens. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Believe in the Family," Hazel Dickens, Phyllis Boyens, and Carl Rutherford. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "I'll Fly Away," Hazel Dickens, Phyllis Boyens, and Carl Rutherford. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Soldier's Joy," Monroe County Ramblers, Will Keys. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Take A Drink On Me," Monroe County Ramblers, Will Keys. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Coal Miner's Dream," Monroe County Ramblers, Will Keys. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Mississippi River," Monroe County Ramblers, Will Keys. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Things Like That Don't Happen These Days," Jerome. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Bottleneck guitar tune, Jerome. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "St. James Infirmary," Steve Ballew. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Okmogie River Blues," Steve Ballew. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1127: Various artists, including Louisiana Red, Johnny Shines, Saul Brody, and Ralph Gordon recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Hard Working Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Music jam. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Whistling. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Blues song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Rock Me Mama." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Introductions, Andy Cohen. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Folding Down the Sheets." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Cindy." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Massa's Gone Away." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Sourwood Mountain." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Red-Haired Boy." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "Sweet Sixteen." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. "Walking in the Parlor." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
14. "West Fork Girls." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
15. "Over the Waterfall." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1128: Various artists, including Ralph Gordon, Paul Reisler, Stuart Light, Paul Yeaton, Phyllis Boyens, Hazel Dickens recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Love Crisis." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "To Hell with the People, To Hell with the Land." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "The Last Old Shovel." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Truck Driving Woman." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "The City That Lies Four Square." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Hewed Out of the Mountain." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Introductions, Andy Cohen. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "March Wind." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "A Tiny Broken Heart." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Working Girl Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Don't Put Her Down." / "You Put Her There." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "Fly Away Little Pretty Bird." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. "They'll Never Keep Us Down." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
14. Introductions, Andy Cohen. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
15. "When the Bees are in the Hive," Everett Lilly and Band. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1129: Various artists, including Everett Lilly and Band, Martin, Bogan & Armstrong, and Ralph Gordon recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "The Gypsy Woman," Everett Lilly and Band. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Long Journey Home," Everett Lilly and Band. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Just Someone," Everett Lilly and Band. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Orange Blossom Honey," Everett Lilly and Band. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Don't Be Angry," Everett Lilly and Band. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Sweetheart You Done Me Wrong," Everett Lilly and Band. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Foggy Mountain Breakdown," Everett Lilly and Band. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "No More The Moon Shines On Lorene," Everett Lilly and Band. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "West Virginia," Everett Lilly and Band. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Lady Be Good," Martin, Bogan & Armstrong. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You," Martin, Bogan & Armstrong. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "Summertime," Martin, Bogan & Armstrong. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. "La Cucaracha," Martin, Bogan & Armstrong. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
14. "Ice Cream Freezer," Martin, Bogan & Armstrong. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
15. "Let's Have a Party," Martin, Bogan & Armstrong. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
16. "If You'se A Viper," Martin, Bogan & Armstrong. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1130: Various artists, including Martin, Bogan & Armstrong and Ralph Gordon recorded at the John Henry Folk Festival. 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "I'm Confessing that I Love You." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Yes, Pappy Yes." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Alabama Jubilee." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Goodnight, A Thousand Goodnights." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "They Cut Down the Old Pine Tree." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1282: Interview and songs with Henry Johnson of Union County, S.C. Recorded at his home during a film session by Steve Wolf and Michael Levine. 13 January 1973. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Hey Nora." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Livin' Down on the Farm." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "I Just Can't Help But Cry Some." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1298: Various artists, including James Alston, Wilbur Atwater, and Joan Fenton. Recorded at Alston's home in Orange County, N.C., during a film session by Steve Wolf and Michael Levine. Bruce Bastin was also present. 11 January 1973. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Holy Ghost." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Step It Up and Go." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Old Joe Clark." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "John Henry." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Sweet Home." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Little Brown Jug." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Shine On." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1299: Various artists, including James Alston, Wilbur Atwater, and Joan Fenton. Recorded at Alston's home in Orange County, N.C., during a film session by Steve Wolf and Michael Levine. Bruce Bastin was also present. 11 January 1973. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Rising Sun." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Don't Let Your Deal Go Down." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Discussion about the decoration on a guitar. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1339: Interview with the Reverend Gary Davis recorded at his home in Jamaica, N.Y., during the winter of 1971-1972. Interviews conducted by Larry Johnson and Lionel Ragosin. Interview intended for the sound track of a film about Davis. This is a copy of a dub owned by Joan Fenton. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Discussion about religion, story about a water boy, advice about avoiding fast women. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Discussion about how Davis came to write the song, "I Belong to the Band." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Discussion about Davis's travels in England and life on the road. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Narrative about his life. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Story about waking up at a friend's house drunk and naked. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Describes an incident between a white man and himself. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Narrative about a Georgia hanging. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Describes how to repair shoes and make short cakes. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1340: The Reverend Gary Davis and the Reverend Peoples. Recorded by John Cohen in Brooklyn, N.Y. 1952. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Get Right Church," the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Oh Lord, Have Pity," the Reverend Gary Davis and the Reverend Peoples. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Say No to That Devil," the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Railroad Bill," the Reverend Peoples. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "You Got to Move," the Reverend Gary Davis and the Reverend Peoples. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Kicked Him Out of Heaven," the Reverend Gary Davis and the Reverend Peoples. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Twelve Gates to the City," the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "I Belong to the Band" (interrupted). #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Give Me A Heart to Pray," the Reverend Peoples. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Since I Came to Jesus," the Reverend Peoples and the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1341: The Reverend Gary Davis and the Reverend Peoples. Recorded by John Cohen. 1952. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "He Never Left Me Alone," the Reverend Peoples and the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "I Got On My Traveling Shoes," the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "I Belong to the Band," the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1342: The Reverend Gary Davis with Sister Annie Davis. Recorded by John Cohen with Herbert Matten at the Paramount Hotel in Harlem, N.Y., on Thanksgiving Day. 1953. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "When You First Said I Love You," the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Down Upon the Sewanee River," the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "No Not One," the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "We Are the Heavenly Father's Children," the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Thank God for the Victory," the Reverend Gary Davis with Sister Annie Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Samson and Delilah," the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Shine on Me," the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Unknown instrumental. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "We Shall Not Be Moved" / "I Hope I Shall Join the Band," the Reverend Gary Davis. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1409: Interview and songs with Dona Gum. Recorded at her home in Mill Creek, W.Va. 21 May 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Sourwood Mountain." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Fox Chase." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Talks about how she learned the song, Fox Chase, and her relations to the Hammons family. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Sugar Babe." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Old Tramp." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "I Wish I Was a Single Girl Again." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Cripple Creek." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Rabbit Run." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Talks about banjo technique and her son. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Soldier's Joy." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Sugar Babe." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1410: Interview and songs with Dona Gum. Recorded at her home in Mill Creek, W.Va. 21 May 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1.Talks about singing when she was young and quitting to raise a family. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Way Up on the Mountain." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Talks about where she learned songs. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Turkey in the Straw," banjo. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Old Woman Quarrelling at Her Man," banjo. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Old Man Can I Have Your Daughter?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Banjo instrumental. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Talks about playing banjo at dances. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Wildwood Flower." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Shady Grove." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. Banjo instrumental. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "Liza Jane." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. "Liza Jane." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
14. Talks about words to songs and where she used to live. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1411: Interview and songs with Dona Gum. Recorded at her home in Mill Creek, W.Va. 21 May 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Old Joe Clark." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Sourwood Mountain." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Rabbit Skip." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Rabbit Skip." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Talks about how she learned songs. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Soldier's Joy." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Talks about playing and calling for dances. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "May I Sleep in Your Barn Tonight Mister?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Sweetheart Told Me Some Things. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1412: Interview and songs with Dona Gum. Recorded at her home in Mill Creek, W.Va. 21 May 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Sweetheart Told Me Some Things." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Wished I Was a Single Girl Again." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Talks about going to Zona Gear's house and about marriage and playing at dances. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Cluck Old Hen." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Tuning for Sugar Babe." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1413: Interview and songs with Dona Gum. Recorded at her home in Mill Creek, W.Va. 21 May 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Anecdote about daughter and son-in-law gardening. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Christ is Coming." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Liza Jane." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Rock O' Liza Jane." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Liza Jane." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Talks about good musicians in earlier times. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Poor Little Indian." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1414: Interview and songs with Dona Gum. Recorded at her home in Mill Creek, W.Va. 21 May 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Talks about writing songs. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "When Bacon Was Scarce." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Talks about writing songs. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Thirty Pieces of Silver." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1415: Interview and songs with Dona Gum and Zona Gear. Recorded in Mill Creek, W.Va. 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "I Saw the Light." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Thirty Pieces of Silver, "Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "I Believe the Time is Coming," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Talks about singing in earlier years. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Poor Little Indian." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Discussion. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "When Bacon was Scarce." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Discussion. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Legend about an Indian raid, Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. Discussion. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1416: Interview and songs with Dona Gum and Zona Gear. Recorded in Mill Creek, W.Va. 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Discussion. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Wish I Was A Single Girl Again." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Discussion. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Old Tramp." / "Can I Sleep In Your Barn Tonight, Mister." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Discussion. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Gold Watch and Chain." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Discussion. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Old Dan Tucker." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1417: Interview and songs with Dona Gum and Zona Gear. Recorded in Mill Creek, W.Va. 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Pale Horse," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Matthew 24," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Discussion. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1418: Interview and songs continue from FT-1417 with Dona Gum and Zona Gear. Recorded in Mill Creek, W.Va. 1977. Remainder of the tape contains various unknown jazz performances. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1419: Interview and songs with Zona Gear. 30 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Old Man Can I Have Your Daughter?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Unknown Waltz (fragment). #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1420: Interview and songs with Dona Gum and Zona Gear. Recorded in Mill Creek, W.Va. 30 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "John Hardy," Zona Gear. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "John Hardy," Zona Gear. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Ellen Smith," Zona Gear. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Banjo instrumental, Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Shady Grove," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Old Joe Clark," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Liza Jane," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Sourwood Mountain," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Rabbit Skip." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Old Woman Quarrelling at Her Man," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1420: Interview and songs with Dona Gum and Zona Gear. Recorded in Mill Creek, W.Va. 30 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "John Hardy," Zona Gear. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "John Hardy," Zona Gear. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Ellen Smith," Zona Gear. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Banjo instrumental, Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Shady Grove," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Old Joe Clark," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Liza Jane," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Sourwood Mountain," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Rabbit Skip." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Old Woman Quarrelling at Her Man," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1421: Interview and songs with Dona Gum and Zona Gear. Recorded in Mill Creek, W.Va. 30 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1.Banjo instrumental. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Old Rattler," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Soldier's Joy," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Soldier's Joy (one verse)," Zona Gear. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Sugar Babe." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Sugar Babe." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Cluck Old Hen," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "[Tell me how long will I have to wait, can I get you or must I hesitate]." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1422: Interview and songs with Dona Gum and Zona Gear. Recorded in Mill Creek, W.Va. 30 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "New River Train." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "I Saw the Light." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Matthew 24," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Pale Horse," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Little Brown Jug," Dona Gum. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Sweetheart Told Me Something." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1423: Interview and songs with Dona Gum and Zona Gear. Recorded in Mill Creek, W.Va. 30 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1424: Interview, music and dancing with various artists, including Dona Gum, Zona Gear, Sherman Hammons, Currence Hammons, Minnie Hammons, Mimie Hammons, and Fred Holisantz. Recorded at the Hammons Family home. 21 May 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1.Discussion of how related. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "The Beggerman" solo. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Discussion about songs and people in the community. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Bed of Primroses," four voices in unison. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Unknown old-time song, banjo solo with dancing. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Cripple Creek." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "New River Train." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Talk and Tuning. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Going Down the Line." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Old Joe Clark." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1425: Interview, music and dancing with various artists, including Dona Gum, Zona Gear, Sherman Hammons, Currence Hammons, Minnie Hammons, Mimie Hammons, and Fred Holisantz. Recorded at the Hammons Family home. 21 May 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "[Tell me how long I have to wait, can I get you now or must I hesitate]." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken," solo vocal. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Across the Wild Moor," solo vocal. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Sweet William," Mimie Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1426: Interview and songs with Maggie and Sherman Hammons. Recorded at their home in Marlinton, W.Va. 5 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Wild Bill Jones," Maggie Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "The Danville Rambler," Maggie Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "The Texas Ranger," Maggie Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Lady Gay," cut short, Sherman Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1427: Interview and songs with Maggie and Sherman Hammons. Recorded at their home in Marlinton, WV. 5 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Lady Gay (continued)," Sherman Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Rich and Ramblin' Boy," Sherman Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "The Wild Boar," Sherman Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Eggs and Marrow Bones," Sherman Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1428: Interview and songs with Maggie and Sherman Hammons. Recorded at their home in Marlinton, W.Va. 5 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Sherman Hammons tells stories. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Eggs and Marrowbone," Sherman Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Sherman Hammons continues his stories. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1429: Interview and songs with Maggie and Sherman Hammons. Recorded at their home in Marlinton, W.Va. 5 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "It's a Sad Story," Maggie Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Come Ally You Pretty Little Girls," Maggie Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "The Roving Irishman," Maggie Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "[I'm glad my wife is in Europe]," Maggie Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1430: Interview and songs with Maggie and Sherman Hammons. Recorded at their home in Marlinton, W.Va. 5 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "It's a Sad Story," Maggie Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Come In You Pretty Little Miss," Maggie Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Roving Irishman," Maggie Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "The Day That I Got Married," Maggie Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Red Rocking Chair," Sherman Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "John Henry," Sherman Hammons. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1431: Interview and songs with Maybelle McCoin and Lucille Bowles. Recorded at Lucille Bowles's home in Rainelle, W.Va. 21 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Tree for the Cross." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Where Shall I Be." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Savior Lead Them By the Hand." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Talks about Carter Family influence. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1432: Interview and songs with Maybelle McCoin and Lucille Bowles. Recorded at Lucille Bowles's home in Rainelle, W.Va. 21 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Hello Central." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Sing Unto Him." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Sing Unto Him," 2nd version. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Love Like This." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Talks about music in families. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1433: Interview and songs with Maybelle McCoin and Lucille Bowles. Recorded at Lucille Bowles's home in Rainelle, W.Va. 21 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Jimmy Brown." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "The Little Paper Boy." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Old Log Cabin For Sale." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Singing in the Promised Land." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1434: Interview and songs with Maybelle McCoin and Lucille Bowles. Recorded at Lucille Bowles's home in Rainelle, W.Va. 21 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Answer with Your Eyes." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "In God's Eyes." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Willow Garden." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "High on a Hilltop." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Up On a Lonely Mountain." / "I'll Bear the Cross." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Railroad Song." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1435: Interview and songs with Maybelle McCoin and Lucille Bowles. Recorded at Lucille Bowles's home in Rainelle, W.Va. 21 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Railroad Song." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Discussion about C& O Railroad, work songs and coal mines. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Wreck of Ol' 97." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1436: Interview and gospel songs with Maybelle McCoin, Lucille Bowles, and Evelyn Hines. 18 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "All I Have of You Is Love." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Life Is Like a Mountain Railway." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "The False-Hearted Lover." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1437: Interview and gospel songs with Maybelle McCoin, Lucille Bowles, and Evelyn Hines. 18 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Sinner, What Will You Do?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "All of the Friends." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Can't You See My Savior's Face?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1438: Interview and gospel songs with Maybelle McCoin, Lucille Bowles, and Evelyn Hines. 18 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Will You Sing For Me?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "The Royal Telephone." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Mother's Smile." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Some Dark Holler." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "God Only Knows." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Conversation. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1439: Interview and gospel songs with Maybelle McCoin, Lucille Bowles, and Evelyn Hines. 18 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Do You Live the Life?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "The Sailor Boy." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Stop and Rest." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "God Only Knows." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1440: Interview and gospel songs with Maybelle McCoin, Lucille Bowles, and Evelyn Hines. 18 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "God Only Knows." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "No One to Love Me." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Conversation about a train wreck that happened the day before. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1441: Interview and songs with Lula Jones. Recorded at her home in Hico, W.Va. 16 November 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Among My Souvenirs." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "A Petal From a Faded rose." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Grandmother's Old Armchair." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Beautiful Garden of Prayer." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Bonnie Black Bess." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1442: Interview and songs with Lula Jones. Recorded at her home in Hico, W.Va. 16 November 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Sweet Golden Daisies." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Snowbird Cross the Valley." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "My Old Pal of Yesterday." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Break the News to Mother." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1443: Interview and songs with Lula Jones. Recorded at her home in Hico, W.Va. 16 November 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Hello Central." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "The Fatal Wedding." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Mary of the Wild Moors." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Sadie Ray." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1444: Interview and songs with Lula Jones. Recorded at her home in Hico, W.Va. 16 November 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "The Faded Coat of Blue." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Precious Memories." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "In the Shadow of the Pines." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Mary of the Wild Moors." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1445: Two different recording sessions: Lula Jones, interview and songs, recorded in Hico, W.Va., 17 November 1977, and Maybelle McCoin and Lucille Bowles recorded in Rainelle, W.Va., 18 November 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Sunny Tennessee," Lula Jones. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "I Have Finished Him a Letter," Lula Jones. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "When I Stop Dreaming," Maybelle McCoin and Lucille Bowles. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Somewhere In Glory," Maybelle McCoin and Lucille Bowles. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "I'm Thinking of a Little Lady," Maybelle McCoin and Lucille Bowles. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1446: Interview and songs with various artists, including Lucille Bowles, Maybelle McCoin, and Evelyn Hines. 18 November 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "This World." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "High on a Hilltop." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Someone You Have Forgotten." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Pictures from Life's Other Side." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1447: Interview and songs with various artists, including Lucille Bowles, Maybelle McCoin, and Evelyn Hines. 18 November 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Picture on the Wall." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Picture on the Wall." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Wolvertine Mountain." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Wolvertine Mountain." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Code of the Mountain." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1448: Interview and songs with various artists, including Lucille Bowles, Maybelle McCoin, and Evelyn Hines. 18 November 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Lisa." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Shelley's Winter Love." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Rosewood Casket." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1449: Interview with Hazel Dickens. Recorded at her home in Washington, D.C. 1 August 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Being a bluegrass bass player. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Born in West Virginia, talks about family. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Talks about religion and its effect on her childhood. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1450: Interview with Hazel Dickens. Recorded at her home in Washington, D.C. 1 August 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Talks about her involvement with the women's movement. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. More discussion about her involvement with the women's movement. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Discussion about music. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1453: Interview and songs with Brooks Gore, occasionally joined by his family. Recorded at his home in Princeton, W.Va. 12 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Twelve Gates to the City." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Instrumental. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "He's So Great." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Corrina, Corrina." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "God Will Never Change." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "When the Saints Go Marching In." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1454: Interview and songs by Brooks Gore, occasionally joined by his family. Recorded at his home in Princeton, W.Va. 12 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "The Milky Way." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "When The Saints Go Marching In." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Statesboro Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "She Makes My Love Come Down." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "T For Texas." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Carolina Sunshine Girl." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1455: Interview and songs by Brooks Gore, occasionally joined by his family. Recorded at his home in Princeton, W.Va. 12 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "I Am a Pilgrim." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Just a Closer Walk With Thee." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "I Headed for the Southland." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Sweet Jelly Roll." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "If You Don't Know." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Gulf Coast Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1456: Interview and songs by Brooks Gore, occasionally joined by his family. Recorded at his home in Princeton, W.Va. 12 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "It is No Secret What God Can Do." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Darlin' Cory. " #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1457: Interview and songs by Brooks Gore, occasionally joined by his family. Recorded at his home in Princeton, W.Va. 12 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "One Day at a Time." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Gospel Train." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "How Long Has This Train Been Gone." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Twelve Gates to the City." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1458: Interview and songs by Brooks Gore, occasionally joined by his family. Recorded at his home in Princeton, W.Va. 12 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "I'm a Worried Man." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "I Love You Black Girl. " #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1459: Interview and songs by Brooks Gore, occasionally joined by his family. Recorded at his home in Princeton, W.Va. 12 September 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Gospel Train." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "God's Not Dead." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Series of unknown Jimmy Roger's tunes. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Carolina Sunshine Girl." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Floyd Collins. " #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1460: Interview and songs by Uncle Homer Walker. Recorded at his home in Glenn Lynn, W.Va. 11 October 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Cripple Creek." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "John Hardy." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1461: Interview and songs by Uncle Homer Walker. Recorded at his home in Glenn Lynn, W.Va. 11 October 1977. Tape is mostly blank with a short interview section at the beginning. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1462: Interview with Uncle Homer Walker. Recorded at his home in Glenn Lynn, W.Va. 11 October 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1463: Interview with Uncle Homer Walker. Recorded at his home in Glenn Lynn, W.Va. 11 October 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1464: Interview and songs by Uncle Homer Walker. Recorded at his home in Glenn Lynn, W.Va. 11 October 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Where Shall I Be?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Old Time Religion." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Story and old slave song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Steal Away." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Who Will Deliver Poor Me?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1465: Interview with Uncle Homer Walker. Recorded at his home in Glenn Lynn, W.Va. 11 October 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1466: Interview and songs by Uncle Homer Walker. Recorded at his home in Glenn Lynn, W.Va. 11 October 1977. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Story. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Steal Away." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Cripple Creek." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1467: Interview and songs with Augustine Ellis, guitar. Recorded at his home in Lewisburg, W. VA. June 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1-4. "Blues Jumped a Rabbit." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Careless Love." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1468: Interview and song with Dan Tate, banjo. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "I Looked at My Boss." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "I Looked at My Boss," instrumental. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1469: Interview with Guy Johnson, recorded at his home. April 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1470: Interview with Guy Johnson, recorded at his home. April 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1471: Interview and music with Raymond Johnston. Recorded at his home in Premier, W.Va. 30 May 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Old Spinning Wheel." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Calloway." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Old Sledge." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1472: Interview and music with Raymond Johnston, fiddle and guitar. Recorded at his home in Premier, W.Va. 30 May 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Dusty's Hornpipe." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Step it Up and Go." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Wildwood Flower." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Sugar Foot Rag." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Arkansas Traveler." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Instrumentals. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1473: Interview and music with Raymond Johnston, fiddle and banjo. Recorded at his home in Premier, W.Va. 31 May 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Wednesday Night Waltz." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Wednesday Night Waltz," second version. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Indian Nation." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Sugar Babe." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Reads lyrics to song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Reuben." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. "Pretty Polly." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Caroline." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1474: Interview and music with Raymond Johnston, banjo. Recorded at his home in Premier, W.Va. 31 May 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Call Up My Sheep." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Fly Around My Pretty Little Girl." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Pretty Polly." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Ground Hog." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Shady Grove." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Sourwood Mountain." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Poor Ellen Smith." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "John Henry." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1475: Interview and music with Carl Rutherford. Recorded at his home in War, W.Va. 31 May 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Long Black Limousine." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Nobody's Darlin' But Mine." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Wine, Wine, Wine." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Been Lovin' You." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Gonna Let My Guitar." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1476: Interview and music with Carl Rutherford. Recorded at his home in War, W.Va. 17 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Tennessee Waltz." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "I'd Walk a Mile." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "St. Louis Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Blues, Stay Away From Me." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1477: Interview and music with Carl Rutherford. Recorded at his home in War, W.Va. 17 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Cripple Creek" / "Boil That Cabbage Down" / "Stay All Night," guitar medley. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Birmingham Jail." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Shasta Daylight." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1478: Interview and music with Carl Rutherford. Recorded at his home in War, W.Va. 17 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "The Loveless Mansion on the Hill." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "You're For Me." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "I Won't Have to Be Loved By You." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1479: Interview and music with Andy Boarman. Circa June 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Derby Polka." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Dancin' Way." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Somewhere's in West Virginia." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "Yes Sir, She's My Baby." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. "Turkey in the Straw." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
14. "When You and I Were Young, Maggie." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
15. "Turkey in the Straw." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
16. "Turkey in the Straw." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
17. "Washington and Lee Swing." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1480: Interview and song, "Fire on the Mountain," with Bernice Bliss Coleman (B. B.). Circa 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1481: Various artists, including Tex McQuire and Wood Collins recorded in Pickaway, W.Va. 7 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Foggy Mountain Breakdown." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1482: Various artists, including Tex McQuire and Pat Ramsey recorded in Pickaway, W.Va. 7 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Call Up My Sheep." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Fly Around My Pretty Little Girl." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Pretty Polly." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Ground Hog." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Shady Grove." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Sourwood Mountain." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Poor Ellen Smith." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1483: Various artists, including Tex McQuire, Pat Ramsey, and Bill Stone recorded in Pickaway, W.Va. 14 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Dear Old Sal." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Banjo Boogie." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Banjo Twist." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Cripple Creek." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Goin' Down That Road Feelin' Bad." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Banjo Waltz." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Black Mountain Rag." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1484: Various artists, including Tex McQuire and Pat Ramsey. Interview and song, "When You and I Were Young," recorded in Pickaway, W.Va. 14 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1485: Interview with Tex McQuire recorded in Pickaway, W.Va. 14 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1486: Various artists, including Tex McQuire and Pat Ramsey recorded in Pickaway, W.Va. 14 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "I'll Hold You In My Arms "Till I Can Hold You In My Heart." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Dobro Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "The Great Speckled Bird." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Old Rugged Cross." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Foggy Mountain Breakdown." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Bile the Cabbage Down." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1487: Various artists, including Tex McQuire, Pat Ramsey, and Bill Stone recorded in Pickaway, W.Va. 14 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Banjo Boogie." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Alabama Jubilee" / "Mountain Dew". #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "The Older the Violin, the Sweeter the Music." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1488: Interview and songs with Mose Coffman, recorded at his home in Marlinton, W.Va. 7 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Turkey in the Straw." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Mississippi Sawyer." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Soldier's Joy." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Arkansas Traveler." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Sally Ann." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Beaver Dam." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Buffalo Gals." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Leather Britches." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1489: Interview and songs with Mose Coffman, recorded at his home in Marlinton, W.Va. 7 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Sally Goodin." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Bonapart's Retreat." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Washington's March." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Fiddle lesson. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1490: Interview and songs with Mose Coffman, recorded at his home in Marlinton, W.Va. 7 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Sally Ann." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Down Yonder." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Leather Britches," cut short. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Arkansas Traveler." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Rocky Mountain Goat." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1491: Various artists, including Clarence Tross, Ed Cabbell, and Bob Gates recorded in Moorefield, W.Va. 10 May 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Dan Tucker." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Julie Ann Johnson, Don't Cry." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Cripple Creek." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Julie Ann Johnson, Don't Cry." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Old Man, I Have Your Daughter." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "John Henry." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1492: Songs recorded with James Easley and Terry Easley. Circa 1976. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "How Long?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Home Sweet Home." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Dupree. " #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Louise." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1493: Interview and songs with Charles J. Williams and Nat Reese recorded in White Sulpher Springs, W.Va. 25 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Glory, Glory Hallelujah." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "When the Saints Go Marching In." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Only a Shanty. " #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Preacher and the Bear." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1494: Tape includes an interview with Sam Foster about his WOAY radio program produced in the 1940s and 1950s, several re-recordings of the Lilly Brothers (Everett Lilly and Mitchell "Bea" Lilly) from old recordings and radio show. The tape also contains live music with Valien Williams, Everett Lilly, and Bea Lilly. Recorded at Sam Foster's home in Elkins, W.Va. 25 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1495: Tape includes an interview with Sam Foster about his WOAY radio program produced in the 1940s and 1950s, several re-recordings of the Lilly Brothers (Everett Lilly and Mitchell "Bea" Lilly) from old recordings and radio show. The tape also contains live music with Valien Williams, Everett Lilly, and Bea Lilly. Recorded at Sam Foster's home in Elkins, W.Va. 25 July 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1496: Interview and songs with Everett Lilly and Mitchell "Bea" Lilly during a workshop. Circa 8 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Open Up Those Pearly Gates." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Six Months Ain't Long." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Nine-Pound Hammer." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1497: Interview and songs with Everett Lilly and Mitchell "Bea" Lilly during a workshop. Circa 8 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Blow Your Whistle Freight Train." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Mama Tried." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "When the Bees Are in the Hive." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1498: Interview and songs with Everett Lilly and Mitchell "Bea" Lilly during a workshop. Circa 8 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "What Will I Leave Behind?" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Savior Hide Me." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "When the Roses Bloom Again." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Mississippi Sawyer." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1499: Interview with Everett Lilly, recorded at his home in Clear Creek, W.Va. Circa 8 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1500: One song, "With This Ring," recorded with Everett Lilly, Mitchell "Bea" Lilly, and Mark Lilly. Circa 8 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1501: Interview with Everett Lilly, recorded at his home in Clear Creek, W.Va. Circa 8 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1502: Interview with Everett Lilly, recorded at his home in Clear Creek, W.Va. Circa 8 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1503: Two songs, recorded during a Lilly Brothers concert. Various artists, including Everett Lilly, Mitchell "Bea" Lilly, Mark Lilly and George. Circa 8 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Earl's Breakdown." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Gypsy Woman." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1504: Interview with Everett Lilly, recorded at his home in Clear Creek, W.Va. Circa 8 August 1978. [This tape is an exact duplicate of FT-1501]. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1505: Interview with Everett Lilly, recorded at his home in Clear Creek, W.Va. Circa 8 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1506: Recorded during a Lilly Brothers concert. Various artists, including Everett Lilly, Mitchell "Bea" Lilly, Mark Lilly and George. Circa 8 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1507: Recorded during a Lilly Brothers concert. Various artists including Everett Lilly, Mitchell "Bea" Lilly, Mark Lilly and George. Circa 8 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "In My Dear Old Southern Home (false start)." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "In My Dear Old Southern Home." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Chinese Breakdown." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "When the Roses Bloom Again." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Okie from Muskogie." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1508: Fred Carper with the Carper Family gospel group at an African American church service outside Princeton, W.Va. Tape includes gospel music, biblical readings, sermon, and testimony from individual congregants. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "He Didn't Have to Do It." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "This Little Light." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Send Down the Rain." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Biblical reading." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "I Love the Lord." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Bright Light Somewhere." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Come On Down." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "Jesus on the Mainline." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1509: Fred Carper with the Carper Family gospel group at an African American church service outside Princeton, W.Va. Tape includes gospel music, biblical readings, sermon, and testimony from individual congregants. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Tell Him What You Want." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Jesus Paid a Debt." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Testimony. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Children Must Be Born Again." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "I Thank Jesus For Mine." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Here I Am." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1510: Fred Carper with the Carper Family gospel group at an African American church service outside Princeton, W.Va. Tape includes gospel music, biblical readings, sermon, and testimony from individual congregants. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Testimonies. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Draw Me Near." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Windows of Heaven." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. Sermon. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1511: Fred Carper with the Carper Family gospel group at an African American church service outside Princeton, W.Va. Tape includes gospel music, biblical readings, sermon, and testimony from individual congregants. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Sermon. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Church service, silent prayer. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "[Jesus.]" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1512: Interview with Fred Carper of the Carper Family gospel group, recorded in a small town outside Princeton, W.Va. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. Untitled Calypso music. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Just Put Your Sweet Lips a Little Closer." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. Untitled original. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Steal Away." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Found the Love I Really Need." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Shine On." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
9. Unknown song (second version). #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
10. "Old Joe Clark." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
11. "John Henry," false start. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
12. "John Henry." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
13. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
14. "Country Roads." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
15. "You Win Again." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
16. Interview. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
17. "Teenage Wedding," cut short. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1513: Interview and songs with Franklin George, Ill. 15 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "John Brown's Dream." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Boys of Blue Hill." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Evening Star." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. Unknown waltz. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1514: Interview and songs with Elvie Johnson. 19 August, year unknown. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Eight More Miles to Louisville." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Star Spangled Banner." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Eight More Miles to Louisville." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Wildwood." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Mountain Dew." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Mountain Dew (second version)." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. Unknown song. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1557: Interview and songs with Oscar Wright and Eugene Wright. 8 August 1975. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Johnson Boys." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Kitchen Girl." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Stoney Point." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Banks of the Wabash." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Suwanee River." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Gentle Annie." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Danny Boy." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1558: Interview and songs with Oscar Wright and Eugene Wright. 8 August 1975. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Shortenin' Bread." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Kitchen Girl." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Shady Grove." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Stoney Point." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1559: Interview and songs with Oscar Wright and Eugene Wright. 20 August 1975. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Walkin' In the Parlor." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Shootin' Creek." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Johnson Boys." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Shaving a Dead Nigger." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "John Henry." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Shady Grove." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Snowbird of the Ashbank." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1560: Interview and songs with Oscar Wright and Eugene Wright. 20 August 1975. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Jenny Lynn Polka." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Ducks in the Pond." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Chattanooga Blues." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Peeler Creek Waltz." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Keller Fiddle." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "Forks of the Sand." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1561: Interview and songs with Oscar Wright and Eugene Wright. 20 August 1975. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Aggravating Papa." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Snowbird on the Ashbank." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1562: Interview and songs with Oscar Wright and Eugene Wright. 1 September 1975. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Katy Hill." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Shovelin'." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Ducks in the Pond." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Kitchen Girl." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Stoney Ridge Stomp." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1563: Interview and songs with Oscar Wright and Eugene Wright. 5 September 1975. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "Kitchen Girl." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Katy Hill." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Unknown waltz." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "[Sitting on Top.]" #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1564: Interview and songs, instrumentals and "Molly Darlin'," with Oscar Wright and Eugene Wright. 1 September 1975. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1565: Interview and songs with Oscar Wright and Eugene Wright. 29 October 1975. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "John Henry. " #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. "Pretty Polly." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Elkhorn River." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "Homes Across the Mountain." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Shady Grove." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
6. "I Want To Hold You in My Arms." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
7. "Goodbye Little Bonnie, Goodbye." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
8. "More Pretty Girls." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-1566: Interview and songs with Oscar Wright and Eugene Wright. 28 October 1975. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

FT-1567: Recorded during a Lilly Brothers concert in Clear Creek, W.Va. Various artists, including Everett Lilly and Mitchell "Bea" Lilly. 8 August 1978. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

1. "West Virginia Hills." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
2. Introductions. #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
3. "Open Up Them Pearly Gates." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
4. "The Little Red Shoes." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,
5. "Earl's Breakdown." #20015, Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978.,

FT-6588: Joan Fenton sings and plays her original songs. #20015, Series: "1. Sound Recordings, 1952-1978."

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