Saturday performances at the 1994 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Tape 3)






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  • Dance demo (Drava)
  • Soldiers Joy (Seaman/Piccalo)
  • Liberty
  • I Do Not Love You
  • Unidentified song
  • Reggae Time Annie (Lia Fal)
  • Whispering
  • Iron John
  • Sally John
  • Minus One (Jobo Todi Band)
  • Old House By the Sea
  • All I Need is You
  • St James Infirmary
  • Windago
  • Sweet Potatoes (Jay & Peggy Smith)
  • Courting
  • Tarzan and Superman
  • Jack and the Rain story
  • Round and Round
  • Ice Cold (Crawford Family)
  • Townol
  • Gold Watch and Chain
  • Seaching...
  • Old Folks at Home

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  • One digital audio tape (DAT).(Copied onto C94-81/82.) Mutima served as the emcee. The Drava International Folk Dancers were based out of Tallahassee and danced to pre-recorded music. Seaman played fiddle, and Piccalo played guitar. Both were from Jacksonville. Lia Fal, based out of Tarpon Springs, consisted of Debbie Canady (banjo/mandolin), Elan Chalford (fiddle), and Marj Hassen (bass).the swing music band Jobo Todi Band, from St. Augustine, included Bob and Jolene Patterson (guitar) and Dick ? (flute/sax). Jay and Peggy Smith were from Jacksonville; as was the Crawford Family.

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