Friday afternoon performances at the 1968 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 2)

Date: May 3, 1968

Source: S1576 , T77-182

Type: Sound

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  • Quaker Song (Tom & Esther Beadnell)
  • Pick a Bale of Cotton (Dream Lake)
  • Roll on Columbia
  • Goober Peas
  • Boil Them Cabbage Down
  • Bill Bailey (Zeke & Rosa Stephens)
  • Chicken Reel
  • Under the Double Eagle
  • International Folk Dance demo (Marietta Johnson School)
  • Whistle Daughter Whistle (Fitchen)
  • Cool Running Water (Three Songsters)
  • Ash Grove
  • Take Me For a Ride In You Car (Ballew)
  • I Have Been Working on the Railroad (Blake)
  • Dance demo (A.C. Reynolds Square Dancers)
  • Little Brown Jug (Hall)
  • Darling Corey
  • Rainbow Springs Chant (boat tour spiel) (Lockett)

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  • One reel to reel recording. Boltin served as emcee. Singer Jeanie Fitchen at the time was billed as Eugenia Sisinni. The Three Songsters were Girl Scouts (Linda, Ellen, and Ann). Blake was from New York. Locket drove glass-bottom boats at Rainbow Springs. Here, he gave an example of his boat tours. He passed away later the same year. The Stephens were from Panama City. Ballew and Sisinni were both from Orlando. The Beadnells were from Orange Park.  The A. C. Reynold School Square Dancers were from Asheville, NC.

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