Sunday performances at the 1994 Florida Folk Festival (Old Marble Stage) (Tape 4)

Date: May 29, 1994

Source: S1576 , Container 44 , D94-33

Type: Sound

Download: MP3

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  • Sugar Hill (Home Grown String Band)
  • Bentons Dream
  • Roll Em Boys
  • Growling Old Man
  • Hangmans Reel
  • Blizzard Train
  • Louisiana Waltz (Aua Aua Ron)
  • Che ici cher la bas
  • Kaplan Waltz
  • Diggy-Diggy Lo
  • Chopique two-step
  • I Saw the Light (Makley)
  • Unidentified song
  • Up On a Mountain
  • Danny Boy
  • Cowboys Sweetheart
  • Swiss Love Song
  • Moonlight Swiss Chalet
  • Cattle Call
  • Lullaby Yodel
  • He Taught Me To Yodel
  • Eight More Miles to Louisville (New Sand Mountain Wildcats)
  • Somebody Robbed the Glendale Train
  • Take a Whiff
  • Working On a Building
  • Crow Black Chicken
  • Roseville Fair
  • I Know You Are Going to Miss Me When I Am Gone

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  • One digital audio tape (DAT). Storyteller Louis served as emcee. The Homegrown String Band featured Amy Cox (fiddle) Gerry Cox (guitar) and Regina Cox (banjo). Aua Aua Ron featured Bob Murphy (fiddle0, Mike Stapleton (accordion), Cathy Murray (triangle), David Massey (guitar), and Mary Alice Turpin (bass). The Makley Family were from Jacksonville. The New Sand mountain Wildcats featured Ernie Williams (banjo), Tim Higgins (fiddle) Dennis Devine (guitar), Robert Levine (bass), Darryln Cauditt (mouth harp)m and Rochelle Morris (tambourine).

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