Monday morning performances at the 1977 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 1)

Type:

Sound

Date:

09/05/1977

Item:

Audio recording

Series:

S1576

Item ID:

T77-298

Download: MP3

Download: MP3

Event Name

Collector or Fieldworker

Tradition Bearer

Genre or Occupation

Title of Work

  • Dying Soldier (John Williamson)
  • I Saw The Light
  • Blue Ridge Mountain Blues
  • Brer Rabbit Tale (Thelma Boltin)
  • When God Gets Ready (Richard, Lilly Belle, and Elma Williams)
  • You Got to Stand Your Test in Judgment
  • Lord Remember Me
  • Polk County Blues
  • Born Again (Susan Boyer-Haley and Evelyn Beers-Burnstine)
  • I am Working On the New Railroad
  • Bonapartes Retreat
  • Walking in the Parlor
  • I am Going Home to Missouri
  • Sentimental Journey (Makley Family)
  • Cut Down the Old Pine Tree
  • Sleep, Baby, Sleep
  • He Taught Me to Yodel
  • My Old Kentucky Home (Herbert Dahm)
  • Beautiful Dreamer
  • Lorily
  • German Farewell
  • Dooly Trying to Make a Dollar (Peyton Brothers)
  • Sitting On Top of the World
  • Salty Dog Blues
  • Orange Blossom Special
  • Roll In My Sweet Babys Arms
  • What You Gonna Do When The World Is On Fire (Gospel Travelers)
  • Lord You Do Not Have to Move a Mountain
  • Somebody Gone
  • Beautiful Dreamer (WB McKinney)
  • Spanish Eyes
  • How Great Thou Art (with Boltin)
  • Simple Gifts (Bob Gerard & Kathy Kloiber)
  • Boy Down the Road
  • Medley
  • Come and Go With Me

Place Name

Corporate or Conference Name

General Note/Comment

  • One reel to reel recording. Boltin served as emcee. Williams and Wilson was discovered during the North Florida Folklife Project. Burnstine was the wife to late singer Bob beers, with whom she ran the Fox Hollow Festival in New York. Haley was her niece, from Amherst, Mass. Dahm played the Bavarian zither. The Peyton brother, of Jacksonville, played country and bluegrass music, as were the yodeling Makley Family. The Gospel Travelers were based out of Tallahassee. Gerard and Kloiber met while at Florida State University, and lived in Lake City.

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