Remembering Old Friends: A Folklife Sampler (1978-1987) and associated recordings

Type:

Sound

Date:

1992

Item:

Audio recording

Container:

7

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  • Vol 1: Catfish John (Peyton Brothers) (Tape 36)
  • Lake Okeechobee (Will McLean and Friends)
  • Come All, Let Us All Go to Heaven (Betty Mae Jumper)
  • The Dutchman (Gamble Rogers)
  • Guantanamera (Grupo Cañaveral)
  • Baby, Won't You Please Come Home (Ida Goodson)
  • Sugar in the Gourd (Bucksnort Barndance Orchestra)
  • I am Florida (Bobby Hicks)
  • Crowley's reels (James Kelly and Mick Moloney)
  • Catfish Blues #2 (Moses Williams)
  • Sí beag, sí mór (L.J. Slavin)
  • The Staten Island Hornpipe
  • He Taught Me to Yodel (Makley Family)
  • I Want Somewhere to Lay My Head (Zion Temple Holiness Church Choir)
  • Vol. 2: Ballad of Bone Mizell (Frog Smith) (Tape 37)
  • The Legend of the Spanish Moss (Thelma Boltin)
  • Vegetable and hot dog calls (Tom Walton)
  • Animal sounds and stories (Tommy Dobbs)
  • How Crackers Got Their Name (Curly Dekle)
  • The Commercial Fishermen of Big Lake George (Gamble Rogers)
  • King Edward Blues (Roy Book Binder)
  • Sloop John B (The Junkanoos)
  • Roll On, Manatee (Jim Ballew)
  • Oh Lord, I Have No Friend Like You (Singing Wonders)
  • Billie in the Lowground (Willie Jones)
  • Big Alligator (James Billie)
  • Part of Me, White Springs (Jeanie Fitchen)
  • Billie in the Lowground (Willie Jones) (Tape 38)
  • Unidentified song (Jesus Rodriguez)
  • Counting Rhyme (John Johnson)
  • Knickerbocker (Children from Starke)
  • Master Builders (Gamble Rogers)
  • I Am Florida (Bobby Hicks)
  • Creosote Cemetery (Whitey Markle)
  • Chief Vetachuco (Don Grooms)
  • Old Cracker Cowman (Frank and Ann Thomas)
  • The Sailor Likes His Bottle, Oh (Bob Rose and John Johnson)
  • Old Folks at Home (Doug Gauss)
  • King Edward Blues (Roy Book Binder)
  • Oh Lord, I Have No Friend Like You (Singing Wonders)
  • Come All, Let Us All Go to Heaven (Betty Mae Jumper)
  • Vegetable and Hot Dog Calls (Tom Walton)
  • The Legend of the Spanish Moss (Thelma Boltin)
  • He Taught Me to Yodel (Makley Family)
  • Walking Blues (McClain, Mary)
  • Doing My Time (Suwannee River Five Band)
  • I Want Somewhere to Lay My Head (Zion Temple Holiness Church Choir)
  • The Loxahatchee (Dale & Linda Crider) (Tape 39)
  • Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues (Peyton Brothers)
  • Bebop (Shawn Foster)
  • Baby, Won't You Please Come Home (Ida Goodson)
  • Catfish John (Peyton Brothers)
  • Deep Gap Salute (Gamble Rogers)
  • Doesn't Anybody Ever Rap a Banjo Anymore? (New Sand Mountain Wildcats)
  • Star of the County Down (No Commercial Appeal)
  • Sí beag, sí mór (L.J. Slavin)
  • Well May the World Go/Whiskey Before Breakfast (L.J. Slavin)
  • Sugar in the Gourd (Bucksnort Barndance Orchestra)
  • Animal Sounds and Stories (Tommy Dobbs)
  • Bugle Call Rag (Gamble Rogers)
  • In Discussion with Thelma Boltin (Moses Williams)
  • Catfish Blues #2 (Moses Williams)
  • Won't That Be a Good Time (African Missionary Baptist Church)
  • Irish Washer Woman (George & Marilyn Heaps-Nelson)
  • Song of Life (Skip Johns)
  • The Green Turtle (Will McLean)
  • Whoopee Ti-Yi-Yo (Jim Bob Tinsley) (Tape 40)
  • Discussion of Pa Lambi (Limone Joseph)
  • Crowley's reels (James Kelly and Mick Moloney)
  • El Humahuaqueno (Grupo Canaveral)
  • Unidentified song (Jaime Bronsztein)
  • Sally Goodin (Troy Lovelace)
  • Skye Boat Song (Percy Hamilton)
  • How Crackers Got Their Name (Curly Dekle)
  • The Dutchman (Gamble Rogers)
  • A Woman of Today is Smarter Than a Man in Every Way (The Junkanoos)
  • Roll On, Manatee (Jim Ballew)
  • Ballad of Bone Mizell (Frog Smith)
  • Wildwood Flower (Boyd Brothers)
  • Chi-ne (James Billie)
  • Hold Back the Waters (Will McLean)
  • Black Water Bayou (Paul Buster)
  • Glory to God in the Highest (Basilica-Cathedral Chancel Choir)
  • Beautiful Dreamer (W.B. McKinney)
  • Explanation of name (Grupo Canaveral) (Tape 41)
  • Alma Llanera (Grupo Canaveral)
  • Besame Morenita (Grupo Canaveral)
  • Explanation of name (Grupo Canaveral)
  • Peruvian Waltz (Grupo Canaveral)
  • Guantanamera (Grupo Canaveral)
  • El Pajaro (Grupo Canaveral)
  • Cinnamon Flower (Grupo Canaveral)
  • Guantanamera (Grupo Canaveral)
  • Guantanamera (Grupo Canaveral)
  • Guantanamera (Grupo Canaveral)
  • Big Alligator (James Billie)
  • The Counting Song (James Billie)
  • Sloop John B (The Junkanoos)
  • Island Woman (The Junkanoos)
  • Sloop John B (The Junkanoos)
  • Orange Grove Blues (Jim Ballew) (Tape 42)
  • Forever Young (Jeanie Fitchen)
  • Were You There When They Crucified My Lord? (Jeanie Fitchen)
  • Dumbarton's Drums (Jeanie Fitchen)
  • Armadillo (Jeanie Fitchen)
  • Wild Mountain Thyme (Jeanie Fitchen)
  • A Part of Me (Jeanie Fitchen)
  • The Commercial Fishermen of Big Lake George (Gamble Rogers)

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General Note/Comment

  • Seven audio cassettes; seven DAT tapes. This was a two-part recording released by the Florida Folklife Program [as a sequel to the 25th Anniversary of the Florida Folk Festival album] to honor the 40th Anniversary of the Florida Folk Festival. The finished album can be found on tapes 47 and 48 (on cassette) and tapes 36 and 37 (on DAT). The other tapes are various recordings of the Folk Festival from which the album's selection was made. The first 25th Anniversary album - covering the years 1953 through 1980-- can be found in S 1576, reel T83-135.

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