Copy of the phonographic recording: White Springs Bluegrass Festival

Date: May 4, 1972

Source: S1576 , Container 5 , C81-33

Type: Sound

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  • White Springs Lullaby (Bellamy) (Side 1)
  • Johnsons Mule (Sunny)
  • Sally Goodin (Anthony)
  • Doing My Time (Crider)
  • Cripple Creek (Orange Blossom)
  • Uncle Pen (Sunny)
  • Thats My Pa (Grady)
  • Dill Pickle Rag (Crider)
  • Orange Blossom Special (Sunny)
  • Mangrove Buccaneer (Crider) (Side 2)
  • Goldrush (Rose City Boys)
  • Breakdown (Country Grass/Anthony)
  • Ashes of Love (Orange)
  • Old Joe Clark (Bluegrass Three)
  • Ruby (Crider)
  • Someday We Will Meet Again Sweetheart (Sunny)
  • Cumberland Gap (Orange)
  • Muleskinner Blues (Crider)

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  • One audio cassette. NOTE: Because this was a copyrighted recording, no copies of the recordings will be made. Recording of the 1972 White Springs Bluegrass Festival, which was actually an impromptu bluegrass performance at the Florida Folk Festival's campground. The recording marked the first professionally-released recording of the Florida Folk Festival, even though it consisted of unofficial performances. Recorded and mixed by Blair Mooney, Studio 70, Tampa, Florida and produced and directed by Ben Brown and Peter Leonardi. Released by Kaloosa Record Company in Tampa.

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