Saturday morning performances at the 1971 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Reel 1)






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Title of Work

  • Sword Dance (Sons of Scotland)
  • Bonnie Prince Charlies Funeral Dirge
  • Military March
  • I Know You Are Married, But I Still Love You (Bluegrass Rebels)
  • I Heard a Sweet Voice
  • Doing My Time
  • When He Cometh (Jumper)
  • Jesus Loves Me
  • Heave Away (Ed & Sheila Flemming)
  • House Carpenter (Sheila Flemming)
  • In Contempt
  • Springfield Mountain (Pavitt)
  • I Once Had a Wife
  • Superman Versus Tarzan
  • Unreconstructed Rebel
  • When the Rain Tumbles Down in July
  • Brer Rabbit and Brer Alligator (Boltin)
  • Cotton Eyed Joe (Habersham County Bluegrass Band)
  • Who Mule Whoa
  • I Will Fly Away
  • You Aint Going Nowhere (Mark)

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General Note/Comment

  • One reel to reel recording. NOTE: Due to technical problems with the original reels the recording quality of the 1971 Florida Folk Festival is exceptionally poor. The first half of T77-225 is from the Friday evening program, not listed here -- see separate entry for description. Boltin served as emcee. Pavitt lived in Juneau, Alaska. The Sons of Scotland were a bagpipe group from Jacksonville. Jumper sang gospel songs in Mikasuki. Ed Flemming was a professor at St. Leo College; Sheila was his daughter.

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