Saturday performances at the 2000 Florida Folk Festival (Main Stage) (Tape 7)

Date: May 27, 2000

Source: S1576 , Container 84 , D00-17

Type: Sound

Download: MP3

Event Name

Collector or Fieldworker

Tradition Bearer

Genre or Occupation

Title of Work

  • I Have Got Jesus in My Heart (Gospel Consolers)
  • Freight Train Blues (Elliot)
  • San Francisco Bay Blues
  • Connection
  • Detour
  • Ballad of Pretty Boy Floyd
  • Riding Down the Canyon
  • Reason to Believe
  • Ranger's Command
  • Rock Island Line
  • Vietnam (Nevaquaya)
  • Crying Angels
  • Spirit of the Buffalo
  • Spirit of My Father
  • Seminole Man (Billie)
  • Buzzard Dance
  • Old Ways Will Survive
  • Sawgrass Flower
  • Big Alligator
  • Take Me Back to the Swamp

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Corporate or Conference Name


  • One digital audio tape (DAT). Known as Ramblin’ Jack, Elliot was a major cultural force in the 1960s folk scene, directly influencing the music of Bob Dylan and Pete Seeger. Born in New York City, he ran away at fifteen to become a cowboy. By the mid-1950s, he was traveling with singer-songwriter Woody Guthrie and had recorded several songs. Popular in Europe, he soon became a fixture on the American folk scene as well. He recorded several albums during the 1990s.

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