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greenwich village in the spring of 1961
young people crowding onto landing in an apartment building. guitar slung across man's back. musicians enter apartment
alan lomax talks to the camera, folk music ballads, blues
recording party. dancing. house party. 1961
cu banjo playing.
new lost city ramblers foggy mountain top
THE NEW LOST CITY RAMBLERS, MIKE SEEGER, TOM PALEY & JOHN COHEN PLAY MOUNTAIN MUSIC. FOGGY MOUNTAIN TOP?
roscoe holcomb old smokey
roscoe holcomb talks and plays his banjo. young people listen. old smokey.
roscoe holcomb and john cohen
YOUNGER BANJO PLAYER. SINGS A SONG HE WROTE TO THE TUNE OF POP GOES THE WEASEL. POP GOES THE MISSILE. ERNIE MARS TOPICAL SUBJECTS.
doc watson & clarence ashley the cukoo bird
CLARENCE ASHLEY & DOC WATSON - THE CUCKOO BIRD TALK ABOUT THE COO-COO
doc watson & clarence ashley banks of the old ohio
CLARENCE ASHLEY, DOC WATSON & GROUP OF MUSICIANS - BANKS OF THE OLD OHIO. YOUNG PEOPLE LISTEN. TALK ABOUT DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CITY MUSIC AND COUNTRY MUSIC.
jack elliot candy man
YOUNG HIP PEOPLE TALKING AND LAUGHING. HAVING A GOOD TIME. JACK ELLIOT PLAYS GUITAR AND SINGS EXCERPT FROM CANDY MAN TO YOUNG WOMAN. JACK ELLIOT SINGS WOODY GUTHRIE SONG ABOUT BEING ENLISTED DURING THE WAR ON THE WILLIAM B. FLOYD
willie dixon & memphis slim (no title available)
BIG BLACK BASS PLAYER. CU HANDS ON BASS. ORGAN PLAYER. HONKY TONK. MEMPHIS SLIM. WILLIE DIXON THE KING OF CHICAGO BLUES BASSISTS. UPRIGHT BASS.
memphis slim and willie dixon talk about the blues. the beat generation. young couples listen.
willie dixon, memphis - blues excerpt
jean ritchie my dear companion
JEAN RITCHIE - MY DEAR COMPANION SINGS & PLAYS APPALACHIAN DULCIMER OLD BRITISH LOVE SONG
peter lafarge ira hayes
PETER LAFARGE - IRA HAYES A SONG ABOUT AN INDIAN
memphis slim. willie dixon. blues song.
everyone - we shall overcome.
EXTERIOR NIGHT. WEST 3RD STREET SIGN. LOOKING UPTOWN TO THE EMPIRE STATE BUILDING AT NIGHT.
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