Saturday performances at the 1999 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Tape 7)






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  • Stage Announcements (Conner)
  • Ballad of Forty Dollars (Hall)
  • Bill Monroe for Breakfast
  • Homecoming
  • The Year Clayton Delaney Died
  • Fox on the Run
  • Creasy Greens (w/The Greasy String Band)
  • I Love
  • Old Dogs, Children, and Watermelon Wine
  • Amazing Grace
  • Stage Announcements (Conner)
  • Green Corn Dance (Billie)
  • Big Alligator
  • Sawgrass Flower
  • Way Out Here
  • Bashful Star
  • River Swamp
  • Ways of the Glades
  • High Tide at Chokoloskee
  • Soul Go Away
  • Take Me Back to the Swamp
  • Stage Announcements (Conner)
  • Try and Stop the Rain (Dean)

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  • One digital audio tape (DAT). Born in Kentucky in 1936, Hall was a popular country songwriter-performer in the 1960s and 1970s, with a total of seven #1 hits. He began his career as a teenager performing in a local bluegrass band. After a stint in the US Army and work as a radio deejay, Hall began writing songs for country performers during the 1960s. His songs included "Hello, Vietnam" and "Harper Valley PTA." By the 1970s, he was a popular performer in his own right. In 1986, he retired, and in the 1990s moved to the Florida panhandle. He returned to the business in 1996 with a Florida-inspired album, Song from Sopchoppy, followed by Home Grown in 1997. Billy Dean's performance continues on D99-15.

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