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Collection Number: 20289

Collection Title: Broadside Collection, 1962-1991

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Abstract Agnes (Sis) Cunningham, musician and magazine publisher of New York, N.Y., founded Broadside, a magazine devoted to topical songs, with her husband, Gordon Friesen, in the early 1960s. They recorded and published many of the leading folksingers of the folk revival. The collection contains materials from the Broadside offices. Sound recordings include open reel tapes and audio cassettes, many of which were used to transcribe topical folk songs for publication in Broadside. Additional recordings include demo tapes, live concert performances, and interviews, which were sent to the Broadside offices by friends, folk singers, and subscribers. The work of numerous performers is included (many of the most significant are listed in the online catalog terms below). Documentation materials include a log of the Broadside tapes, correspondence, and tape notes. The Broadside tape log is a list of the tapes in their original order. Correspondence and tape notes consist of materials included in the original tape boxes. Correspondence includes personal letters to Cunningham and Friesen from friends and contributors. Tape notes contain track listings of songs, dates of performances, and names of performers.
Creator Broadside.
Language English.
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[Identification of item], in the Broadside Collection #20289, Southern Folklife Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
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Received from Sis Cunningham on 15 July 1997.
Sensitive Materials Statement
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Agnes (Sis) Cunningham was born 19 February 1909 in Watonga, Okla. After struggling through a childhood of poverty, she attended Oklahoma State College for Women. Following college, Cunningham briefly taught music. In the summer of 1931, she went to Commonwealth College near Mena, Ark., a labor college with socialist views. Cunningham then became an organizer for the Southern Tenant Farmers' Union, and worked as a music instructor at the Southern Summer School for Women Workers near Asheville, N.C. Returning to Oklahoma in 1939, she helped organize the Red Dust Players, a traveling troupe that entertained and sought to mobilize the state's poor with radical songs and skits.

In March 1941, Cunningham met Gordon Elmer Friesen (1909-1996). They were married on 23 July 1941. They moved to New York City and were invited by Pete Seeger to stay at the Almanac House, a three-story house rented by the Almanac Singers, a topical singing group. Cunningham performed with the Almanac Singers and appeared on their album Dear Mr. President . In December 1942, Cunningham and Friesen moved to Detroit to establish a Detroit branch of the Almanacs. They returned to New York City in May 1944, where Friesen worked for the Office of War Information and Cunningham performed and wrote songs for People's Songs, a radical musical organization. Their daughters Jane and Aggie were born in the late 1940s. In the 1950s, the family struggled with health problems, poverty, and battles with the welfare system.

In the early 1960s, Cunningham and Friesen founded Broadside, a magazine devoted to topical songs. Performer and songwriter Gil Turner aided Broadside in its early years. Turner was emcee at Gerde's Folk City, a popular folk club in Greenwich Village. Turner knew many young performers, including Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, and Tom Paxton, and brought them to monthly meetings at Cunningham and Friesen's apartment where they sang songs into a tape recorder. Cunningham transcribed the songs and, with Friesen and Turner, decided which ones to publish. Songwriters began coming to the apartment on their own or sending their taped songs. Broadside quickly emerged as the premier national platform for topical songs.

In 1980, Cunningham and Friesen reluctantly gave up Broadside. In the mid-1980s, a collective of eight people, including Cunningham, Friesen, and their daughter Jane, regained control of the magazine. They produced issue 181 in June 1987 and continued production until issue 187 in late 1988. Cunningham and Friesen's autobiography Red Dust and Broadsides: A Joint Autobiography was published in 1999.

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The Broadside Collection contains materials from the offices of Broadside, a magazine devoted to topical songs. These items include sound recordings and supporting documentation.

Sound recordings include open reel tapes and audio cassettes. Many of the recordings were made in Sis Cunningham and Gordon Friesen's apartment on an inexpensive Revere open reel tape recorder supplied by Pete Seeger. The recordings were used to transcribe topical folk songs for publication in Broadside. Additional recordings in the collection include demo tapes, live concert performances, and interviews, which were sent to the Broadside offices by friends, folk singers, and subscribers. See detailed description for performers represented on these recordings.

Documentation materials include a log of the Broadside tapes, correspondence, and tape notes. The Broadside tape log is a list of the tapes in their original order. Several of the original tapes were missing from the Broadside offices. Correspondence and tape notes consist of materials included in the original tape boxes. Correspondence includes personal letters to Cunningham and Friesen from friends and contributors. Tape notes contain track listings of songs, dates of performances, and names of performers. The Broadside tape log, correspondence, and tape notes have been separated to the SFC field notes vertical files for preservation.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Sound Recordings, 1962-1991.

236 items.

Arrangement: original order has been maintained.

Sound recordings consist of open reel tapes and audio cassettes from the offices of Broadside. Many of the recordings were made in Sis Cunningham and Gordon Friesen's apartment on an inexpensive Revere open reel tape recorder supplied by Pete Seeger. The recordings were used to transcribe topical folk songs for publication in Broadside. Additional recordings include demo tapes, live concert performances, and interviews, which were sent to the Broadside offices by friends, folk singers, and subscribers.

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227 items.

Arrangement: original order has been maintained.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9326

Ron Turner. Tuli Kupferberg. Ellie Friesen and Sis Cunningham. Various children. SC 2. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9326

Side 1.1. "Hills of Tennessee,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.2. "Rollin' to the Border,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.3. "Bold Desperado,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.4. "You Deserve a Steak Today (at McDonalds),"  Tuli Kupferberg.

Side 1.5. "Frozen Logger,"  Ellie Friesen and Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.6. Spoken word. Ellie Friesen, Julie, Malla, Nina. Children singing bits of several songs and talking with adults.

Side 1.7. Spoken word. Ellie Friesen, Julie, Malla, Nina. Children singing bits of several songs and talking with adults.

Side 1.8. "Ten Little Monkeys,"  Ellie Friesen.

Side 1.9. Spoken word. Teenager and adult discuss camping trip.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9327

Bob Dylan. Gil Turner. Phil Ochs. 3 February 1963. SC 2. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9327

Side 1.1. "Fare-Thee-Well,"  Bob Dylan and Gil Turner.

Side 1.2. "Talking Cuban Crisis,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.3. "How Long,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.4. "Never Again,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.5. "The Power and the Glory,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.6. "Ballad of Lou Marsh,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.7. "Ballad of John Henry Faulk,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.8. "The Law of the Yukon,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.9. "50 Miles,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.10. "If I Knew,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.1. "The Thresher,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.2. "Bill Moore,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.3. "What's That I Hear?"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.4. "As I Walk Alone,"  Phil Ochs.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9328

Pete Seeger. Sis Cunningham. Gil Turner. Ira Hayes. 11 September 1962. SC 4. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9328

Side 1.1. "From Way Up Here,"  Pete Seeger, Sis Cunningham, and Gil Turner.

Side 1.2. "How Do I Know My Youth Is All Spent?"  Pete Seeger.

Side 1.3. "Andorra,"  Pete Seeger, Sis Cunningham, and Gil Turner.

Side 1.4. "One Man's Hands,"  Pete Seeger, Sis Cunningham, and Gil Turner.

Side 1.5. "I Can See a New Day,"  Pete Seeger, Sis Cunningham, and Gil Turner.

Side 1.6. "Flowers of Peace,"  Pete Seeger, Sis Cunningham, and Gil Turner.

Side 1.7. "Ira Hayes,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 1.8. "Mack the Bomb,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 1.9. "Stand Tall, Billy Sol,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 2.1. "HUAC,"  Pete Seeger. WDCR Broadcast, Dartmouth College, Handover, N.H. A story about Pete Seeger and his recent trial with a taped statement that includes two performances, "Midnight Special," and "If Judge Murphy Had Let Me Sing In Court"; also includes a performance of "Bells of Rhymney" recorded at the Newport Folk Festival in 1959.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9329

Phil Ochs. Eric Andersen. SC 5. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9329

Side 1.1. "When First Unto This Country,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.2. "I'll Be There,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.3. "Ballad of Alfred Packer,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.4. "Rivers of the Blood,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.5. "Remember Me,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.6. "Talking Pay TV,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.7. "Christine Keeler,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.8. "Spanish Civil War,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.9. "On My Way,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.10. "All Was Silent In the Land,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.11. "I Should Have Known Better,"  Phil Ochs and Eric Andersen. Recorded at the Village Gate in 1964.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9330

Phil Ochs.  Pete Seeger. Peter La Farge. SC 10. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9330

Side 1.1. "That's the Way It's Going To Be,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.2. "One More Parade,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.3. "Another Country,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.4. "Celia,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.5. "The Bells,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.6. Audio letter from Pete Seeger. Seeger comments on the Hootenanny TV show concerning the exclusion of "real traditional music and musicians."

Side 2.1. "I'm a Stranger in Your Town,"  Peter La Farge.

Side 2.2. "The Indians Have No War Hoop Anymore,"  Peter La Farge.

Side 2.3. "That's the News,"  Peter La Farge.

Side 2.4. "Rivers of the Blood,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.5. "Remember Me,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.6. "Talkin' Pay TV,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.7. "Christine Keeler,"  Phil Ochs.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9331

Newport Folk Festival interviews conducted by Paul Shapiro of Broadside and Dan Silverman of WKCR radio. SC 13. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9331

Side 1.1. Luis Valdez interview pertaining to El Teatro Campesino.

Side 1.2. Pete Seeger interview.

Side 1.3. Arlo Guthrie interview.

Side 1.4. Oscar Brand interview.

Side 1.5. Muddy Waters interview.

Side 1.6. Roebuck Staple interview.

Side 1.7. Joan Baez interview.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9332

Mark Spoelstra. Bob Dylan. Peter La Farge. Matt McGinn. Pete Seeger. SC 14. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9332

Side 1.1. "Civil Defense Sign,"  Mark Spoelstra.

Side 1.2. "John Brown,"  Bob Dylan.

Side 1.3. "Fabus Foibles,"  Peter La Farge.

Side 1.4. "Only a Hobo,"  Bob Dylan.

Side 1.5. "Talkin' Devil,"  Bob Dylan.

Side 1.6. "Go Limp,"  Matt McGinn.

Side 1.7. "On the Cuban Shore,"  Pete Seeger.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9333

Len Chandler. Patrick Sky. Paul Wolfe. Phil Ochs. Tom Paxton. Peter La Farge.  Eric Andersen. SC 19. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9333

Side 1.1. "Time of the Tiger,"  Len Chandler.

Side 1.2. "Keep On Keepin' On,"  Len Chandler.

Side 1.3. "Untitled,"  Patrick Sky.

Side 1.4. "You Can't Beat Him Friend,"  Patrick Sky.

Side 1.5. "Talkin' Indian Blues,"  Patrick Sky.

Side 1.6. "Jazzy Assed Mind Fuckers,"  Patrick Sky.

Side 1.7. "Man of the Year,"  Paul Wolfe.

Side 1.8. "Mao Tse-Tung,"  Paul Wolfe.

Side 1.9. "I Ain't Marching Anymore,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.10. "Green Hills,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.11. "The Rats Come and Go,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.12. "Can't Help But Wonder,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.13. Portion of an audio letter from Pete Seeger concerning an "Indian Workshop."

Side 2.1. "Nobody Can Do It Alone,"  Peter La Farge.

Side 2.1. "On Top of Old Smokey,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 2.3. "Rambler's Lullaby,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 2.4. "Plains of Nebrasky-O,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 2.5. "The Bumble Bee,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 2.6. "My Land's a Good Land,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 2.7. "Boot of Blue,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 2.8. "Come to My Bedside My Darling,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 2.9. "Today Is the Highway,"  Eric Andersen.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9334

Phil Ochs. Richard Black. Side one recorded 19 June 1963. SC 20. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9334

Side 1.1. "Marching Down to Washington,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.2. "Knock on the Door,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.3. "Don't Bet Against the Yankees,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.4. "The Passing of My Life,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.5. "Space Man,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.6. "This Old World Is Changing Hands,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.7. "That Was the President,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.1. "Do What I Have To Do,"  Phil Ochs. 14 May 1964.

Side 2.2. "Color Town,"  Phil Ochs. 14 May 1964.

Side 2.3. "A Very Close Friend of Mine,"  Richard Black.

Side 2.4. "Searching For A Rainbow,"  Richard Black.

Side 2.5. ["Promises and Endless Dreams,"]  Richard Black.

Side 2.6. "A Very Close Friend of Mine,"  Richard Black.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9335

Tom Paxton and Bob Mayer. 11 April 1963. SC 21. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9335

Side 1.1. "Ramblin' Boy,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.2. "Ride Casey Ride,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.3. "The Meanest Man in the World,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.4. "There Was a Time,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.5. "Train for Auschwitz,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.6. "What Did You Learn in School Today?"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.7. "Let's Pretend,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.8. "Going to the Zoo,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.9. "Creek County,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.10. "The Marvelous Toy,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.11. "My Dog's Bigger Than Your Dog,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.12. "Pukaskwa  River,"  Bob Mayer.

Side 2.1. "Willie Seton,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2.2. "A Very Young Man,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2.3. "John, John, John,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2.4. "I Happen to Like Whiskey, Sir!"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2.5. "I'm the Man that Built the Bridges,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2.6. "One Rock Breaks Beneath a Hammer,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2.7. "Rain and Snow,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2.8. "Little Brand New Baby,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2.9. "Six Men Riding,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2.10. "Harper,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2.11. "Black Mountain, White Deserts,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2.12. "In the Wild Idaho,"  Tom Paxton.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9336

Side 1: Bob Dylan. Phil Ochs. Pete Seeger. Side 2: Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. Published in Broadside #63. 23 September 1965. SC 24. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9336

Side 1.1. "Lonesome Death of Hattie Carrole,"  Bob Dylan. The Steve Allen Show. February 1964. Dub from television set. Includes interview and performance.

Side 1.2. "La Bamba,"  Phil Ochs. Incomplete.

Side 1.3. "More Good Men Going Down,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.4. "These Are Cruel Years,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.5. "All Was Silent In the Land,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.6. "Your Eyes Will Taste of Flowers,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.7. "Here I Am,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.8. Portion of an audio letter from Pete Seeger. Concerning the organization of the Newport Folk Festival.

Side 2.1. Phil Ochs categorizes P. F. Sloan and Barry McGuire's "Eve of Destruction" and the popularization of topical songs as "10th rate Dylan." He praises "Like a Rolling Stone" and "Yesterday."

Side 2.2. Continuation of the "Eve of Destruction" conversation. Ochs, Friesen, and Cunningham question the future of the Top 40 after songs like "Eve of Destruction." Ochs declares that "The Times They Are A-Changin'" would make a great single.

Side 2.3. Friesen asks whether the music or lyrics of a song is more important to the public. Ochs praises Bob Dylan for writing music that enhances lyrics. Ochs comments on the temptation of using rock music to expand his popularity.

Side 2.4. Discussion of Highway 61 Revisited. Ochs praises it as Dylan reaching a new level.

Side 2.5. Discussion of Dylan's poetry. Discussion of whether Dylan's music is just a device that he uses to distribute poetry. Ochs thinks Dylan might have gone too far in his poetry.

Side 2.6. Ochs predicts that it will not be long until Dylan may not be welcome as a musical performer due to the expanding seriousness of his subject matter. Ochs predicts that Dylan will turn to acting in movies.

Side 2.7. There is a general discussion of the popularity of the Beatles and Dylan. Ochs feels that the Beatles are more youth oriented while Dylan is more confrontational. General discussion of Dylan's audience.

Side 2.8. They discuss Dylan reaching a world audience. There is a general discussion of the difference in audiences in America, England, and Canada. There is a discussion about how Dylan feels about the music of Phil Ochs. Ochs reveals how he deals with Dylan's criticism of his music.

Side 2.9. Ochs defends the "social realism" in his music. Discussion of social realism in the music of Dylan. Discussion of the label "protest" being used to describe music.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9337

Phil Ochs. Tom Parrott. SC 25A. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9337

Side 1.1. Medley: "There But For Fortune"; "Give My Love to Rose"; "Sing Me Back Home"; "There But For Fortune."  Phil Ochs. Live at Vassar College in 1978.

Side 1.2. "No Christmas in Kentucky,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.3. "On Her Hand a Golden Ring,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.4. "Hole in the Ground,"  Tom Parrott.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9338

Jane Friesen's Fiddle Tunes. Bob Dylan. SC 28. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9338

Side 1.1. "The Wild Wagoner."

Side 1.2. "Wake Up Jacob."

Side 1.3. "La Danseuse."

Side 1.4. "Georgia Stomp."

Side 1.5. "Brilliancy Medley."

Side 1.6. "Indian War Hoop."

Side 1.7. "Old Country Stomp."

Side 1.8. "Ragtime Annie."

Side 1.9. "Lost John."

Side 1.10. "Coming from the Ball."

Side 2.1. "Liberty."

Side 2.2. "Black ? Rag."

Side 2.3. "Soldiers Joy."

Side 2.4. "? Ramble."

Side 2.5. "North Carolina Breakdown."

Side 2.6. "Cumberland Waltz."

Side 2.7. "KC Stomp."

Side 2.8. "Darlin' Honey."

Side 2.9. "Whistler's Fever."

Side 2.10. "Maple Leaf Waltz."

Side 2.11. "Tulsa Hop."

Side 2.12. "Cheatham County Hoe-down."

Side 2.13. "Ballad of Hollis Brown,"  Bob Dylan. Song demo recorded for M. Whitmark and Sons.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9339

Bob Dylan. Jonathan Biltchik. Stan Jay. SC 29. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9339

Side 1.1. "It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding),"  Bob Dylan with Bruce Langhorne. Les Crane Show. WABC-TV, New York, N.Y.  February 1965.

Side 1.2. "Red Wing,"  Jonathan Biltchik and Stan Jay.

Side 1.3. "Blackbird,"  Jonathan Biltchik and Stan Jay.

Side 1.4. "Beaumont Rag,"  Jonathan Biltchik and Stan Jay.

Side 1.5. "Teddy Bear's Picnic,"  Stan Jay.

Side 1.6. "Here, There, and Everywhere,"  Stan Jay.

Side 1.7. "Michelle,"  Stan Jay.

Side 1.8. "Too Much Mustard Rag,"  Stan Jay.

Side 1.9. "The Lost Chord,"  Stan Jay.

Side 1.10. "Buck Dancer's Choice,"  Stan Jay.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9340

Broadside Hoot 1. Tape 1. Phil Ochs. Broadside Singers with Tom Paxton. Benice Johnson Reagon. Len Chandler. Pete Seeger. Eric Andersen. Buffy Sainte-Marie. 1 November 1965. SC 30. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9340

Side 1.1. "Changes,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.2. "The Party,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.3. "Ain't That News?"  Broadside Singers with Tom Paxton.

Side 1.4. "Go Tell It On the Mountain,"  Bernice Johnson Reagon.

Side 1.5. "This Little Light of Mine,"  Bernice Johnson Reagon.

Side 1.6. "Father's Grave,"  Len Chandler.

Side 1.7. "Got To Go Downtown,"  Len Chandler.

Side 1.8. "My Hudson River,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 1.9. "Plains of Nabrasky-O,"  Phil Ochs and Eric Andersen.

Side 1.10. "Now That The Buffalo's Gone,"  Buffy Saint-Marie.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9341

Broadside Hoot 1. Tape 2. Buffy Sainte-Marie. Patrick Sky. Julius Lester. Broadside Singers. Tom Paxton. Phil Ochs. Unidentified artist. 1 November 1964. SC 31. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9341

Side 1.1. "Welcome, Welcome, Emigrante,"  Buffy Sainte-Marie.

Side 1.2. "Give to the Cause,"  Patrick Sky.

Side 1.3. ["Talking Blues,"]  Unidentified artist.

Side 1.4. "Delta Blues,"  Julius Lester.

Side 1.5. "Freedom Is a Constant Struggle,"  Broadside Singers.

Side 1.6. "Beau John,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.7. "I Read it in the Daily News,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.8. "Days of Decision,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.9. "In the Heat of the Summer,"  Phil Ochs.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9342

Broadside Hoot 2. Tape 1. Almanac Singers. Pete Seeger. Sis Cunningham. Authur Stern. Len Chandler. Eric Andersen. Tom Paxton. John Berger. Unidentified artist. 6 December 1964. SC 33. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9342

Side 1.1. "I'm On My Way,"  Almanac Singers: Pete Seeger, Sis Cunningham and Authur Stern.

Side 1.2. "Problems of the Modern Man,"  Len Chandler.

Side 1.3. Story about "Lifesavers."  Len Chandler.

Side 1.4. "Thanksgiving,"  Len Chandler.

Side 1.5. "Blind Fiddler,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.6. "High Sheriff of Hazard,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.7. "Bells of Rhymney,"  John Berger.

Side 1.8. "I Worked at the Ford Plant," Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9343

Broadside Hoot 2. Tape 2. David Blue [Cohen]. Patrick Sky. Tom Paxton. Pete Seeger. 6 December 1964. SC 34. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9343

Side 1.1. ["South County Line,"] David Blue. Introduced as Dave Cohen.

Side 1.2. "Separation Blues,"  Patrick Sky.

Side 1.3. "Hangin' Round,"  Patrick Sky.

Side 1.4. "Third and McDougal,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.5. "What a Friend We Have In Hoover,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.6. "O Healing River,"  Pete Seeger.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9344

Eric Andersen. Carl Watanabe. Jim Brooks. SC 37. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9344

Side 1.1. "Waves of Freedom,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.2. "Long Time Troubled Road,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.3. "Dawn,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.4. "Hey, I Got a Brand New Baby,"  Carl Watanabe.

Side 1.5. "You're Wet Again,"  Carl Watanabe.

Side 1.6. "Joel and Me,"  Carl Watanabe.

Side 1.7. "Don't Listen to that Man,"  Carl Watanabe.

Side 1.8. "Walking Sown a Funny Kind of Road,"  Carl Watanabe.

Side 1.9. "Tokay Bill,"  Carl Watanabe.

Side 1.10. "Hey Baby,"  Jim Brooks.

Side 1.11. "Hey Baby,"  Jim Brooks.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9345

Len Chandler. Cordell Reagon. Bill Harris. Terry Boylan. John Boylan. Linda Mason. SC 40. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9345

Side 1. Len Chandler interviewed by Broadside magazine. Friesen calls out song titles and Chandler comments on them. Discusses "Shadow Dream Chaser of Rainbows,"  "Roll, Turn, Spin,"  "Time of the Tiger,"  "Takin' Me Away From You Train,"  "To Be a Man,"  "Feet First Baby,"  "Nancy Rose,"  "Belleview,"  "Missionary Stew," and "Keep On Keeping On."

Side 2.1. "I Don't Know Why,"  Cordell Reagon, Bill Harris, and Len Chandler.

Side 2.2. "Walk Together Children,"  Cordell Reagon, Bill Harris, and Len Chandler.

Side 2.3. "Too Many Miles Behind,"  Terry Boylan.

Side 2.4. "Turn River,"  Terry Boylan.

Side 2.5. "The Time For Her Returning,"  Terry Boylan.

Side 2.6. "The Sentry,"  John Boylan.

Side 2.7. ["Color of my Skin,"] Linda Mason.

Side 2.8. ["Green Apples,"] Linda Mason.

Side 2.9. ["As I Wander,"] Linda Mason.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9346

Malvina Reynolds. Dubs from John Marray Anderson's Almanac and Other Broadway-London Revues. SC 42. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9346

Side 1.1. "Sick World,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.2. "Where Did My Money Go?"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.3. "I Lived Through This Day,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.4. "Flood,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.5. "Don't Push Me,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.6. "Robert the Robot," Dub. From the musical John Murray Anderson's Almanac and Other Broadway-London Revues .

Side 1.7. "Nobody Asked Me," Dub. From the musical John Murray Anderson's Almanac and Other Broadway-London Revues .

Side 1.8. "Thanks Yanks," Dub. From the musical John Murray Anderson's Almanac and Other Broadway-London Revues .

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9347

Will McLean with Gamble Rogers. Folklore Center. Tape 1. New York, N.Y.  26 September 1967. SC 43. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9347

Side 1.1. "Seminole."

Side 1.2. "Abraham Washington."

Side 1.3. Spoken comments.

Side 1.4. "Wild Hog."

Side 1.5. "Ballad of Silver Springs."

Side 1.6. Tate's Hell.

Side 1.7. "Florida Sand."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9348

Will McLean with Gamble Rogers. Folklore Center. Tape 2. New York, N.Y.  26 September 1967. SC 44. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9348

Side 1.1. "Found In a Pocket."

Side 1.2. "The Masterbuilders,"  Gamble Rogers sings.

Side 1.3. "Habersham County Mephistopheles,"  Gamble Rogers sings.

Side 1.4. "Samson and Delilah,"  Gamble Rogers sings.

Side 1.5. "Blood Mountain,"  Gamble Rogers sings.

Side 1.6. "Osceola's Last Words."

Side 1.7. "Hold Back the Waters."

Side 1.8. Spoken introduction to "Cush Holston."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9349

Will McLean with Gamble Rogers. Folklore Center. Tape 3. New York, N.Y.  26 September 1967. SC 45. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9349

Side 1.1. "Cush Holston."

Side 1.2. "The Legend of Pete Seeger."

Side 1.3. "Away O'ee."

Side 1.4. "Just Me and My Bottle."

Side 1.5. "I Wish I Had Someone to Love Me."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9350

Eli Jaffe. Unidentified quartet. Recorded 12 December 1966. SC 46. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9350

Side 1.1. Reminiscences of Woody Guthrie. Discusses: Oklahoma City in the 1930s, Reno Street, Ma Walkers Restaurant, Community Camp (Elm Grove), the "workers alliance," performances by Guthrie and Seeger in 1939, Otis Nation, the Almanac Singers, "hoots" on Bleeker Street, Guthrie's writing, Guthrie's "Bound For Glory,"  Bob and Ina Wood, Alan Shaw, and trials for "criminal syndicalism."

Side 1.2. A portion of a lecture on government policies and Native Americans. Eli Jaffe.

Side 2.1. "Love," Unidentified quartet.

Side 2.2. "Get Together," Unidentified quartet.

Side 2.3. "Somebody Stole My Gal," Unidentified quartet.

Side 2.4. "Night Scene," Unidentified quartet.

Side 2.5. "I'm in Love With a Big Blue Frog," Unidentified quartet.

Side 2.6. "We Were There," Unidentified quartet.

Side 2.7. "I'm Leaving On a Jet Plane," Unidentified quartet.

Side 2.8. "Untitled," Unidentified quartet.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9353

Larry Estridge. SC 49. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9353

Side 1. "We Who."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9354

Side 1: Peter Irsay. A.J. Weberman. Side 2: Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick. Jim Collier. Unidentified artist. SC 50. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9354

Side 1.1. "For Tony and All These People,"  Peter Irsay.

Side 1.2. "Ronnie's Song,"  Peter Irsay. Incomplete.

Side 1.3. "Roberta's Song (I Don't Really Know),"  Peter Irsay.

Side 1.4. "Trouble with Jesus,"  Peter Irsay.

Side 1.5. "I Shall Not Be Unnamed,"  Peter Irsay.

Side 1.6. A. J. Weberman interviewed by Broadside magazine. Weberman discusses Bob Dylan's John Wesley Harding. A highly edited version of this interview is printed in Broadside #93 .

Side 2.1. "The Cities Are Burning," Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier.

Side 2.2. ["Everybody's Got A Right to Live,"] Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier.

Side 2.3. ["Ol' Lyndon Johnson's At the Bottom of it All,"] Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier.

Side 2.4. "We're Going to Walk the Streets of Washington," Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier.

Side 2.5. "Why Do I Talk Like That," Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier.

Side 2.6. "Burn, Baby Burn," Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier.

Side 2.7. "You're Just a Laughin' Fool," Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier.

Side 2.8. "I'm Going Home on the Morning Train," Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier.

Side 2.9. "Farewell Angelina," Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier.

Side 2.10. ["Times Are Getting Harder,"] Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier.

Side 2.11. ["Gonna Leave New York City,"] Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier

Side 2.12. "This A-Way," Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier.

Side 2.13. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier.

Side 2.14. "Warm and Freedom Love," Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier.

Medley: "Grey Squirrel"; "This Land Is Your Land" Rev. Frederick Douglas Kirkpatrick and Jim Collier. Sis Cunningham can be heard singing in the background.

Side 2.16. "Incognito Negro," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.17. "Child of the Pawn,"Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9355

Side 1: Mike Millius. Randy Adams. Roland Vargas Mousaa. Side 2: Peter Irsay. Unidentified artist. 5 May 1969. SC 51. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9355

Side 1.1. "Algiers Motel,"  Mike Millius. Dub.

Side 1.2. "Hordes of Love,"  Randy Adams.

Side 1.3. "What a Wonderful Life We Lead,"  Randy Adams.

Side 1.4. "51 Clowns,"  Roland Vargas Mousaa.

Side 1.5. "We Made Love," Roland Vargas Mousaa.

Side 1.6. "Moon,"  Mike Millius. Dub.

Side 1.7. "Difference Between Us,"  Debbie Heilner.

Side 1.8. "When I Hear About War,"  Debbie Heilner.

Side 1.9. ["So He'll Die,"] Debbie Heilner.

Side 1.10. ["You Gotta Get Out and Fight,"] Debbie Heilner.

Side 1.11. ["Too Deaf to Hear,"] Unidentified artist. Incomplete.

Side 1.12. ["South County Fair,"] Unidentified artist. Incomplete.

Side 1.13. ["You'd Best Be On Your Way,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.14. ["Hey, Laura,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.15. ["I Have To Tell You,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.16. ["I Cried Mother,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.17. "In The Ghetto,"  Elvis Presley. Dub.

Side 2.1. "Ballerina, Dance," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.2. "Circus," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.3. "Love Song," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.4. "How Can You Come Home Without the Sun?"  Peter Irsay.

Side 2.5. "Mary Joseph,"  Peter Irsay.

Side 2.6. "Sing For Mind,"  Peter Irsay.

Side 2.7. "My, My, My,"  Peter Irsay.

Side 2.8. "Margie Lucy,"  Peter Irsay.

Side 2.9. "Coming Down From the Country,"  Peter Irsay.

Side 2.10. "More Than the Wind Has Blown,"  Peter Irsay.

Side 2.11. "For Roberta,"  Peter Irsay.

Side 2.12. "I Saw Jobe Walkin' Down the Road,"  Peter Irsay.

Side 2.13. "Tomorrow Was Today,"  Peter Irsay.

Side 2.14. "When the Morning Comes Again,"  Peter Irsay.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9356

Lorre Wyatt. Unidentified artist. SC 52. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9356

Side 1.1. "Once a Boat Has Drifted From the Shore,"  Lorre Wyatt.

Side 1.2. "The Wisdom of the Lullaby,"  Lorre Wyatt.

Side 1.3. "The Same Old Line,"  Lorre Wyatt.

Side 1.4. "Come On Home Jamie, Jamie,"  Lorre Wyatt.

Side 1.5. "You're Either In Her Arms Or You're Out,"  Lorre Wyatt.

Side 1.6. "Take Back Your White Gloves," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.7. "You Cannot Take Back What You Said," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.8. "Stalemate Of the Mind," Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9357

Mike Millius. Dub of Desperado. SC 54. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9357

Side 1.1. "Look Out For Lucky."

Side 1.2. "Moon."

Side 1.3. "Algiers Motel."

Side 1.4. "Pusher."

Side 1.5. "Forty Days of Rain."

Side 1.6. "Nobody Cares."

Side 1.7. "Datenite U.S.A."

Side 1.8. "Doesn't Someone Have a Plan?"

Side 1.9. "Poor Boy Michael Strange."

Side 1.10. "If Jesus Was Alive Today."

Side 1.11. "Leave Me Alone."

Side 1.12. "Taterbug Mandolin Man."

Side 1.13. ["Living On."]

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9358

Jim Collier. SC 55. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9358

Side 1.1. "Another Day's Journey."

Side 1.2. "Burn, Baby Burn."

Side 1.3. "Lead Poison."

Side 1.4. Dub of Russian language instruction tape.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9359

Janis Ian [Fink]. Elaine White. Lightning Hopkins. Unidentified artist. Lightning Hopkins material probably dub of Folkways LP. SC 56. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9359

Side 1.1. "Little Boy Blues," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.2. ["One More Game of Poker"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.3. ["The Day I Became a Man"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.4. ["Poor Boy"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.5. "She Won Her Crown at Palasades Park,"  Janis Ian.

Side 1.6. "Good Mourning,"  Janis Ian.

Side 1.7. "Society's Child (Baby I've Been Thinking),"  Janis Ian.

Side 1.8. "Changing Tymes,"  Janis Ian.

Side 1.9. "Janey's Blues,"  Janis Ian.

Side 1.10. "Down Highway $$,"  Janis Ian.

Side 1.11. "Younger Generation Blues,"  Janis Ian.

Side 1.12. "At the Hanging,"  Janis Ian.

Side 1.13. "Too Old To Go 'Way Little Girl,"  Janis Ian.

Side 1.14. "Who's Afraid to Compromise,"  Elaine White.

Side 1.15. "Abused Misused Blues,"  Elaine White.

Side 1.16. "Trouble Stay Away From My Door,"  Lightning Hopkins.

Side 1.17. "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean,"  Lightning Hopkins.

Side 1.18. "Instrumental,"  Lightning Hopkins.

Side 1.19. "Going Back to Florida,"  Lightning Hopkins.

Side 1.20. "Reminiscences of Blind Lemon,"  Lightning Hopkins.

Side 1.21. "Fan It,"  Lightning Hopkins.

Side 1.22. "Tell Me Baby,"  Lightning Hopkins.

Side 1.23. "She's Mine,"  Lightning Hopkins.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9360

Chris Gaylord. Alex Cohen. Elaine White. Michael Knoepfler. Unidentified Artist. [Al Siberman?]. SC 57. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9360

Side 1.1. ["On the Ninth Day of November,"] Alex Cohen.

Side 1.2. ["You Ain't Been Judged Yet,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.3. ["Society,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.4. ["Ballad of the One-Sided Lover,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.5. "Untitled,"  Chris Gaylord.

Side 1.6. "Daisy Queen,"  Chris Gaylord.

Side 1.7. "Christopher Sunshine,"  Chris Gaylord.

Side 1.8. ["Which Way Should I Look,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.9. "Eternal Revolution,"  Michael Knoepfler.

Side 1.10. Piano music.

Side 1.11. "John Brown,"  Alex Cohen.

Side 1.12. "With Their Guns,"  Alex Cohen.

Side 1.13. ["On Such a Night (I Think of You),"]  Alex Cohen.

Side 1.14. ["I'm Never Going Back to That Candy Store No More,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.15. "The Time Will Come,"  Elaine White. Incomplete.

Side 1.16. ["I Will Be Alright Someday,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.17. "Masters of War," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.18. "The Pirate Generals,"  Alex Cohen.

Side 1.19. "The Moon Had Been Vanquished,"  Alex Cohen.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9361

Bobby Evans. Home Demos. Recorded 1 August 1971 and 4 December 1971. SC 58. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9361

Side 1.1. Spoken introduction to "Storm of the Orphans."

Side 1.2. "Storm of the Orphans."

Side 1.3. "Talkin' Indian Givers."

Side 1.4. "It Don't Matter Now." From the song cycle Prisoners of War.

Side 2.1. "Anarchist Man."

Side 2.2. "Cajun Queen."

Side 2.3. "The Thunder in the Sky." From the song cycle Prisoners of War.

Side 2.4. "I Am a Song." Short version.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9362

Side 1: Eric Andersen. Elaine Laron. Matt Jones. Unidentified artist. Side 2: Matt McGinn. SC 59. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9362

Side 1.1. "Hell No, I ain't Gonna Go,"  Matt Jones and Elaine Laron.

Side 1.2. "Tin Can Alley."  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.3. "16 Year Grudge,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.4. "Everything Today Is Made Out of Plastic," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.5. "Their Eyes Have Not Found Us," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.6. "Tumbleweed Rag," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.7. "Tumbleweed Rag," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.8. "Vigilante Man," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.9. "The Last Thing On My Mind," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.1. "He's a Pal of the Millionaire."

Side 2.2. "I'm the Boy to Freeze Them."

Side 2.3. "Muhammed Ali."

Side 2.4. "We'll All Be Angels."

Side 2.5. "The Rolling Hills of the Borders."

Side 2.6. "Nya."

Side 2.7. "After the De Gaulle's Passed Over." Written by Harvey Andrews to the tune of "After the Ball Is Over."

Side 2.8. "English Royal Family." Written by Jim McLean to the tune of "English Country Garden."

Side 2.9. "Rosy Anna."

Side 2.10. "L.B.J."

Side 2.11. "Three Nights and a Sunday Double Time."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9364

Richard Farina. SC 60. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9364

Side 1.1. ["Death Row."]

Side 1.2. ["I Like Living, I Like Life."]

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9365

Rick Masten. SC 61. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9365

Side 1.1. "Warhawk."

Side 1.2. "Barbie Doll."

Side 1.3. "Pico Blanco."

Side 1.4. "Hundred Million Miles of Table."

Side 1.5. "Consider the Wind."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9366

Pete Seeger. 10 July 1963. Len Chandler. November 1971. Crosby, Stills, Nash. SC 62. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9366

Side 1.1. Audio letter from Pete Seeger. 10 July 1963. Incomplete.

Side 1.2. "Architects of Slaughter,"  Len Chandler.

Side 1.3. ["How Well Made Up You Are,"] Len Chandler.

Side 1.4. "My Ass Is Mine,"  Len Chandler.

Side 2.1. "She Doesn't Need Me Anymore,"  Len Chandler.

Side 2.2. ["The Rest of it,"] Len Chandler.

Side 2.3. "Response to Nixon,"  Len Chandler.

Side 2.4. "Set the Date,"  Len Chandler.

Side 2.5. "Wooden Ships,"  Crosby, Stills, Nash. Dub. Incomplete.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9367

Rick Masten. SC 63. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9367

Side 1.1. "Drop Out."

Side 1.2. "Protest Biz."

Side 1.3. "My Son Is in the Garden."

Side 1.4. "What Am I Doin' Here."

Side 1.5. "Stimulating Evening."

Side 1.6. "Picture of a Man."

Side 1.7. "Coffee Table Dancer."

Side 1.8. "If J.C. Where a Cat."

Side 1.9. "Beads (An Apology)."

Side 1.10. "Voices on the Hi-Fi."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9368

Benefit album for the United Farm Workers Union on Huelga Records. Judy Rose-Redwood and Danny Redwood. May 1972. SC 65. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9368

Side 1.1. "Take Back the Land."

Side 1.2. "Song for Romulo."

Side 1.3. "La Lucha Continuara."

Side 1.4. "Thunderbird."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9369

Vietnamese songs. Dubs. SC 66. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9369

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9370

Dubs of music in Spanish and French. Raimon Padilla. Various artists. SC 68. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9370

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9371

Arlo Guthrie. Paul Kaplan. SC 69. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9371

Side 1.1. "Alice's Restaurant,"  Arlo Guthrie. Dub.

Side 1.2. "I've Been Told,"  Paul Kaplan.

Side 1.3. "I Can't Think Straight,"  Paul Kaplan.

Side 1.4. "At The Beginning It Was the End."  "One Fine Day,"  Paul Kaplan.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9372

Ric Masten. SC 71. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9372

Side 1.1. "Words Are Just Words."

Side 1.2. "The Walkin' Voice (Isabella)."

Side 1.3. "Old Enough."

Side 1.4. "Pat-Rack Kid" [Poem], "Consider the Wind."

Side 1.5. "I, the Caterpillar."

Side 1.6. "Loneliness."

Side 1.7. "Are You Happy In Your Work?"

Side 1.8. "Windows."

Side 1.9. "Deamin's Mirror."

Side 1.10. "Bead Game," [Poem], "Betty Reid's Beads."

Side 1.11. "Bremerton Ferry."

Side 1.12. "Kites and Lakes."

Side 1.13. "Dirty Word Song."

Side 1.14. "[Matter of Time.]"

Side 1.15. "What Are We Doing Here?"

Side 1.16. "Waiting for a Song." [Poem].

Side 1.17. "Just a Cat."

Side 1.18. "What Are We Doing Here?"

Side 1.19. "Too Many Kisses."

Side 1.20. "Chicken Little."

Side 1.21. "Medicine Hat."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9373

Bob Dylan interviewed by A. J. Weberman. 9 January 1971. This recording is a dub of an LP that contains a telephone conversation between Dylan and Weberman. Probably Bob Dylan vs. A. J. Weberman   Folkways FB 5322. SC 72.SC 72. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9373

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9374

Various recordings of live performances. Chile Benefit, 26 February 1974. WBAI-FM, 16 August 1974. 12 April 1974. Larry Estridge. Chile Benefit, Felt Forum, New York, N.Y., 9 May 1974. Bob Dylan. Arlo Guthrie. SC 74. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9374

Side 1.1. "Spirits of the Revolution,"  Larry Estridge. Chile Benefit. Live audience tape from Max's Kansas City. New York, N.Y.  26 February 1974.

Side 1.2. "The Main Line,"  Larry Estridge. 26 February 1974.

Side 1.3. "City Singer,"  Larry Estridge. 26 February 1974.

Side 1.4. "Song of the Manchild,"  Larry Estridge. 26 February 1974.

Side 1.5. "Contradictions No. 1,"  Larry Estridge. 26 February 1974.

Side 1.6. "Change in the Weather,"  Larry Estridge. 26 February 1974.

Side 1.7. "Ballad of the Vo Van Nam,"  Larry Estridge. WBAI-FM, New York, N.Y.  16 August 1974.

Side 1.8. "As I Went Out One Morning,"  Bob Dylan. Toronto, Ontario. 10 January 1974.

Side 2.1. "Girl From the North Country,"  Bob Dylan. Philadelphia, Pa.  7 January 1974.

Side 2.2. "Victor Jara,"  Arlo Guthrie. Chile Benefit, Felt Forum, New York, N.Y.  9 May 1974.

Side 2.3. "Deportee,"  Arlo Guthrie and Bob Dylan. May 1974.

Side 2.4. "North Country Blues,"  Bob Dylan. May 1974.

Side 2.5. "Spanish Is the Living Tongue,"  Bob Dylan. May 1974.

Side 2.6. "Blowin' In the Wind,"  Bob Dylan with Larry Estridge, Dave Van Ronk, Arlo Guthrie, Melanie, and others. May 1974.

Side 2.7. "My Country,"  Larry Estridge.

Side 2.8. "My Country,"  Larry Estridge. Focus. 12 April 1974.

Side 2.9. "Irish Rose,"  Larry Estridge. 12 April 1974.

Side 2.10. "Song of Tusco,"  Larry Estridge. 12 April 1974.

Side 2.11. "Get It Together With You,"  Larry Estridge. 12 April 1974.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9375

Peggy Seeger. Ewan MacColl. Terry Yarnell. John Faulkner. Jack Warshaw. Daniel Kennedy. Sandra Kerr. Aldwyn Cooper. Frankie Armstrong. Jim O'Connor. Dick Snell. Phil Colelough. Dennis Turner. SC 76. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9375

Side 1.1. "The Companeros,"  Peggy Seeger and Ewan MacColl.

Side 1.2. "Ballad of the Big Cigars,"  Peggy Seeger and Ewan MacColl.

Side 1.3. "Che Guevara,"  Peggy Seeger and Ewan MacColl.

Side 1.4. "The Fields of Vietnam,"  Terry Yarnell and John Faulkner.

Side 1.5. "Hitler Ain't Dead,"  Peggy Seeger.

Side 1.6. "Grey October,"  Peggy Seeger.

Side 1.7. "There Ain't No Bugs on Me,"  Jack Warshaw and Chorus.

Side 1.8. "Yankee Doodle," [London Critics Group].

Side 1.9. "Brother, Why Did You Weep?"  Ewan MacColl and Peggy Seeger.

Side 1.10. "Lyndon Johnson Took a Notion,"  Daniel Kennedy and Sandra Kerr.

Side 1.11. "The Ballad of Ho Chi Minh,"  Ewan MacColl, Terry Yarnell, John Faulkner, and Peggy Seeger.

Side 1.12. "The Swinging Policemen,"  Aldwyn Cooper and Sandra Kerr.

Side 1.13. "The Trawler's Song,"  Frankie Armstrong with Sandra Kerr and Jack Armstrong.

Side 1.14. "The Back in Britain Song,"  Frankie Armstrong, Jim O'Connor, Sandra Kerr, and John Faulkner.

Side 1.15. "Song of Choice,"  Peggy Seeger, Ewan MacColl, and Jack Warshaw.

Side 1.16. "The Ballad of Sharpeville,"  Terry Yarnell, Sandra Kerr, John Faulkner, and Peggy Seeger.

Side 1.17. "My Old Man's a Dustman,"  Terry Yarnell, Peggy Seeger, Jack Warshaw, and Sandra Kerr.

Side 1.18. "The Flower People Song,"  John Faulkner and Sandra Kerr.

Side 2.1. "The New Merger Ballad,"  Aldwyn Cooper, Jack Warshaw, Sandra Kerr, Dick Snell.

Side 2.2. "Memphis Murder Song,"  Jack Warshaw.

Side 2.3. "Three Men Went A-Hunting,"  Jack Warshaw, Phil Colelough, Dennis Turner, Peggy Seeger, John Faulkner.

Side 2.4. "The War Game,"  Peggy Seeger.

Side 2.5. "China,"  Peggy Seeger and Ewan MacColl.

Side 2.6. "The Children,"  Peggy Seeger.

Side 2.7. "N Is for Nobody,"  Peggy Seeger.

Side 2.8. "Lament for the Death of a Nobody,"  Ewan MacColl.

Side 2.9. "Student Edward," Unidentified artists.

Side 2.10. "I Support the Boycott,"  Peggy Seeger and unidentified artists.

Side 2.11. "The Game of Rich and Poor,"  Ewan MacColl.

Side 2.12. "McCoy Hotel,"  Jack Warshaw.

Side 2.13. "Bridgette and the Pill," Unidentified artist [Ewan MacColl?].

Side 2.14. "The New Policeman," Unidentified artist [Ewan MacColl?].

Side 2.15. "Student's Song (We Don't Want to Live Like That),"  Ewan Macoll and Peggy Seeger.

Side 2.16. "The Student Lad," [London Critics Group?].

Side 2.17. "Tie Me Democracy Down," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.18. "The Diplomat's Delight,"  Ewan MacColl

Side 2.19. "Those Dirty Union Leaders," [London Critics Group?].

Side 2.20. "Song of Myself,"  Peggy Seeger.

Side 2.21. "The Dead Man,"  Peggy Segger.

Side 2.22. "The Rambler from the Clare," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.23. "Jack of All Trades," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.24. "The Tunnel Tigers," Unidentified artist. Incomplete.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9376

Compilation for the Anniversary of the Selma, Ala., march. Charyn Sutton. Vic Sadot. Sammy Walker. Raimon Padilla. Ron Turner. El Teatro Capesino. Dubs. SC 77. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9376

Side 1.1. ["People Shall Be Free,"] Charyn Sutton.

Side 1.2. "Watergate Report No. 9,"  Vic Sadot.

Side 1.3. "Song of Secrets,"  Vic Sadot.

Side 1.4. "Fat Old Lady,"  Charyn Sutton.

Side 1.5. "Catcher In the Rye,"  Sammy Walker.

Side 1.6. "Marching Was a Mistake, Caring Was a Crime," Unidentified artist. Concerning 1965 march in Selma, Ala. 

Side 1.7. "It's Time to Say No,"  Raimon Padilla.

Side 1.8. ["People Shall Be Free,"] Charyn Sutton.

Side 1.9. "Marching Was a Mistake, Caring Was a Crime," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.10. "Ballad of Frank Wills,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.11. ["On That Bloody Tree,"] Charyn Sutton.

Side 1.12. "The Ballad of Roger,"  A Friend.

Side 1.13. "Rollin' to the Border,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.14. ["Augusta, Georgia,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.15. "Marching Was a Mistake, Caring Was a Crime," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.16. "A Dollar an Hour,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.17. "El Picket Sign,"  El Teatro Campesino.

Side 1.18. "Mississippi,"  Charyn Sutton.

Side 1.19. Conversation. Cunningham and Friesen talking about the compilation. They are unhappy with the final result.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9377

The Urban Folk Singers. Dub. Includes over-dubbed narration. SC 79. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9377

Side 1.1. "Sip On Your Bottle."

Side 1.2. "If You Miss Me On the Back of the Bus."

Side 1.3. "They Burned the Sherwin School."

Side 1.4. "For the Boy from the Bottom."

Side 1.5. "Oh, Freedom."

Side 1.6. "Tin Cans (Have Taken Over?)."

Side 1.7. "The End of Peter Pan."

Side 1.8. Unidentified song.

Side 1.9. "Jail Is Just One Type of Prison."

Side 1.10. ["Ballad of the Back Bay."]

Side 1.11. "Michael Row the Boat Ashore."

Side 1.12. "Goodnight, Irene," Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9378

Phil Ochs. Selections from the L.P.'s Tape From California, Rehearsal For Retirement , and Pleasures of the Harbor. Dubs. SC 80. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9378

Side 1.1. "The Harder They Fell."

Side 1.2. "When In Rome."

Side 1.3. "Floods of Florence."

Side 1.4. "Doesn't Lenny Live Here Anymore?"

Side 1.5. "Rehearsal For Retirement."

Side 1.6. "The Doll House."

Side 1.7. "William Butler Yeats Visits Lincoln Park and Escapes Unscathed."

Side 1.8. "Pleasures of the Harbor."

Side 1.9. "The Crucifixion."

Side 1.10. "Cross My Heart."

Side 1.11. "Flower Lady."

Side 1.12. "Tape From California."

Side 1.13. "The War Is Over."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9379

Side 1L: Paul Kaplan. Ricardo Gautreau. Side 1R: Tribute to Richard and Mimi Farina. Richard Farina. Mimi Farina Dub. Side 2: Phil Ochs interviewed by Anita Bryant. Channel 13 Television. SC 82. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9379

Side 1L.1. "Lord, These Are Trying Times,"  Paul Kaplan.

Side 1L.2. "One Fine Day You'll See Me No More,"  Paul Kaplan.

Side 1L.3. ["Candyman,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1L.4. ["Can't You See?"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1L.5. ["I've Got a New Home,"] Ricardo Gautreau.

Side 1L.6. "This Sound of War,"  Ricardo Gautreau.

Side 1L.7. "East Harlem Blues,"  Ricardo Gautreau.

Side 1L.8. "Mr. Snow,"  Paul Kaplan.

Side 1L.9. "Please Don't Listen to Me,"  Paul Kaplan.

Side 1L.10. "I've Been Told,"  Paul Kaplan.

Side 1L.11. Unidentified song. Dub. Fragment.

Side 1R.1. "Dandelion River Run,"  Richard Farina and Mimi Farina.

Side 1R.2. Reading from Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me .

Side 1R.3. "Hard Lovin' Loser,"  Richard Farina and Mimi Farina.

Side 1R.4. Reading from Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me .

Side 1R.5. "Reno, Nevada,"  Richard Farina and Mimi Farina.

Side 1R.6. Reading from Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me .

Side 1R.7. "The Bold Marauder,"  Richard Farina and Mimi Farina.

Side 1R.8. Reading from Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me .

Side 1R.9. "Pack Up Your Sorrows,"  Richard Farina and Mimi Farina.

Side 1R.10. "Raven Girl,"  Richard Farina and Mimi Farina. Dub.

Side 1R.11. Reading from Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me .

Side 1R.12. Unidentified instrumental.

Side 1R.13. "Children of the Darkness,"  Richard Farina and Mimi Farina.

Side 1R.14. Narration.

Side 1R.15. Unidentified instrumental.

Side 2.1. "I Ain't Marching Anymore,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.2. Interview with Phil Ochs. Introduction.

Side 2.3. Medley: "Santo Domingo"; "Draft-Dodger Rag"; "Love Me I'm a Liberal"; "Cops of the World"; "I'm Gonna Say It Now,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.4. Interview with Phil Ochs. Ochs speaks of his musical history and states his personal objectives for his future career in music. Ochs discusses the expansion of the song form. Ochs states his issues with American foreign policy. Ochs speaks against the Vietnam War. Ochs discusses his song "Changes." He says it led him into a new kind of songwriting.

Side 2.5. "Changes,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.6. "Flower Lady,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.7. Interview with Phil Ochs. Ochs answers questions from students. Ochs comments on voting and elections, evading the draft, the domino theory, the Beatles, and Brian Wilson. Ochs says that the value of his writing is greater than his playing and singing. Ochs reveals how he feels about people who want to fight in the war.

Side 2.8. "Power and Glory,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.9. "Power and Glory,"  Anita Bryant. Dub.

Side 2.10. Interview with Phil Ochs. Ochs comments on the Anita Bryant recording and "Crucifixion."

Side 2.11. "Crucifixion,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.12. Interview with Phil Ochs. Ochs says that he is not concerned with who killed Kennedy; instead, he is captivated by the public reaction to the assassination. He feels that the public is fascinated with the act of mourning for Kennedy.

Side 2.13. "When I'm Gone,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.14. Advertisement.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9380

Vanguard Records Master. Bob Dylan. Eric Anderson. Phil Ochs. Pete Seeger. Chris Gaylord. Wesley Houston. Jim Collier. Mike Millius. Ronnie Peterson. Tom Parrott. Malvina Reynolds. Sis Cunningham. The James Gang. Len Chandler. Bernice Johnson Reagon. Tom Paxton. Paul Kaplan. Tom Donaghey. Will McLean. Ric Masten. Dubs. SC 83. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9380

Side 1.1. "Only a Hobo,"  Bob Dylan.

Side 1.2. "Talkin' Devil,"  Bob Dylan.

Side 1.3. "On That Dreadful Day,"  Bob Dylan.

Side 1.4. "Plains of Nebrasy-O,"  Eric Andersen and Phil Ochs.

Side 1.5. "The Thresher,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 1.6. "Song of the Punch Press Operator,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 1.7. "Don't Talk to Strangers,"  Chris Gaylord.

Side 1.8. "To Be a Killer,"  Wesley Houston.

Side 1.9. "Pick Axe and a Stone,"  Jim Collier, Mike Millius, and Ronnie Peterson.

Side 1.10. "Pinkville Helicopter,"  Tom Parrott.

Side 1.11. "Little Red Hen,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.12. "There's a Bottom Below,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.13. "Trail to Mexico,"  Sis Cunningham and the James Gang.

Side 1.14. "Jesse James,"  Sis Cunningham and the James Gang.

Side 2.1. "Genocide,"  Len Chandler.

Side 2.2. "I'm Going To Get My Baby Out of Jail,"  Len Chandler with Bernice Johnson Reagon.

Side 2.3. "Train for Auschwitz,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2.4. "Vietnam,"  Paul Kaplan.

Side 2.5. "Not Enough to Live On (Welfare Song),"  Mike Millus.

Side 2.6. "Hey Mr. Rockefeller,"  Mike Millus.

Side 2.7. "Moon Song,"  Mike Millus.

Side 2.8. "Only Time Will Tell,"  Tom Donaghey.

Side 2.9. "Oscesla,"  Will McLean.

Side 2.10. "Hold Back the Waters,"  Will McLean.

Side 2.11. "Whale Monologue,"  Ric Masten.

Side 2.12. "Loneliness,"  Ric Masten.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9381

Lucy Vargas. 6 July 1973. SC 84. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9381

Side 1. "104th Street Blues."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9382

Mike Millius. Mark Ross. SC 85. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9382

Side 1.1. "Can You Tell Me Why?"  Mike Millius.

Side 1.2. "Men of the Bowery,"  Mark Ross.

Side 1.3. "Men of the Bowery,"  Mark Ross.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9383

Will McLean. SC 86. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9383

Side 1.1. "Brother for Brother."

Side 1.2. "The Legend of Pete Seeger."

Side 1.3. "Brother for Brother."

Side 1.4. "Hold Back the Waters."

Side 1.5. "The Legend of Pete Seeger."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9384

Side 1: Jim Collier. Theodore Bikel. Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick. Mark Ross. Will McLean. Side 2: Will McLean. SC 87. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9384

Side 1.1. "I'll Fight If I Have To,"  Jim Collier.

Side 1.2. Television interview with Theodore Bikel. Dub.

Side 1.3. ["Brother Hudson,"] Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 1.4. "Nothing But His Blood," Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 1.5. "New York Subway Crash,"  Mark Ross.

Side 1.6. "[I Got Love For Any Man,]"  Will McLean.

Side 1.7. "Freedom Train,"  Will McLean.

Side 2.1. "Hold Back the Waters."

Side 2.2. "Wild Hog."

Side 2.3. "Wild Hog."

Side 2.4. "Acrefoot Johnson."

Side 2.5. "Found In a Pocket."

Side 2.6. "Acrefoot Johnson."

Side 2.7. ["I Got Love for Any Man."]

Side 2.8. "Brother for Brother."

Side 2.9. "When I Was Young."

Side 2.10. "The Legend of Pete Seeger."

Side 2.11. "Freedom Train."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9385

Mark Spoelstra. SC 89. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9385

Side 1.1. "Five and Twenty Questions."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9386

Will McClean. Matt McGinn. 6 July 1966. SC 90. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9386

Side 1.1. "Wild Hog,"  Will McLean.

Side 1.2. "Wild Hog,"  Will McLean.

Side 1.3. "The Dade Massacre,"  Will McLean.

Side 2.1. "I'm Looking For a Job,"  Matt McGinn.

Side 2.2. ["I'll Be Coming Home to Glasgow,"] Matt McGinn. Includes a lengthy conversation among Sis Cunningham, Gordon Friesen, and McGinn.

Side 2.3. ["I'll Be Living On Bread and Margarine,"] Matt McGinn.

Side 2.4. ["Go Home to Your Mother,"] Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9387

Will McLean and Paul Champion. SC 91. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9387

Side 1.1. "Mocking Birds Gone."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9388

Will McLean. SC 92. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9388

Side 1.1. "Hold Back the Waters."

Side 1.2. "Hold Back the Waters."

Side 1.3. "Hold Back the Waters."

Side 2.1. "Seminole."

Side 2.2. "Hold Back the Waters."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9389

Vic Sadot. SC 93. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9389

Side 1.1. "Broadside Balladeer."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9390

Vic Sadot. SC 93. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9390

Side 1.1. "Watergate Report No. 9."

Side 1.2. "The Song of Secrets."

Side 1.3. "The Ballad of Johnny Dean and the King of Exclusive Clubs."

Side 1.4. "His Majesty." Incomplete.

Side 1.5. "His Majesty." Incomplete.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9391

Various dubs. SC 94. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9391

Side 1.1. KRLA interview with Wavy Gravy. Gravy is calling from his hotel bed after an operation. There is a harmonica being played in the room during the dubbing process.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9392

Side 1: Matt McGinn. David Thomas. George MacIntyre. Side 2: Unidentified artist singing traditional Celtic songs. SC 95. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9392

Side 1.1. "Mambo".

Side 1.2. "Christine."

Side 1.3. Message to Gordon Friesen and Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.4. "He'd Have Been In Trouble, Too."

Side 1.5. "He'd Have Been In Trouble, Too."

Side 2.1. "I Wish I Was Back in Liverpool," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.2. ["Dancing,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 2.3. "It's Not Gonna Rain No More," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.4. "The Dowie Dens of Yarrow," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.5. "I Know My Love," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.6. ["Lullaby,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 2.7. Unidentified song. Unidentified artist.

Side 2.8. "Henry Martin," Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9393

Songs of Russ Farrell sung by Sandy Cuttrel. SC 96. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9393

Side 1.1. "Hawks and Doves."

Side 1.2. "Bomb Shelter."

Side 1.3. "Bomb All the Russians to Hell."

Side 1.4. "Democracy Begins at Home."

Side 1.5. "Cheap Labor."

Side 1.6. "Freedom Hall."

Side 1.7. "House of the Rising Sun," theAnimals. Dub

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9394

Unidentified artist. Conversations about protest. Various film outtakes. Dubs. SC 97. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9394

Side 1.1. ["Bring the Boys Home, Mr. President,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.2. Various spoken dialogue. A larger section of people with British accents speaking about protest followed by several short, disparate segments.

Side 1.3. A jazz instrumental introduced as "Musicians in the Garden." Film or radio soundtrack.

Side 1.4. Jazz Instrumental. Take 2.

Side 1.5. Spoken dialogue. Several takes of the line, "It's a long way from 18 E. 68th street in New York to Johannesburg, but I carried that American beat the whole way."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9395

Paul Kaplan. Billy Preston. Ringo Starr. SC 98. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9395

Side 1.1. "Vietnam,"  Paul Kaplan.

Side 1.2. "That's the Way God Planned It,"  Billy Preston. Concert for Bangladesh. Incomplete.

Side 1.3. "It Don't Come Easy,"  Ringo Starr. Concert for Bangladesh. Incomplete.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9397

Ernie Marrs. SC 100. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9397

Side 1.1. "Days of Long Ago."

Side 1.2. "Vair Me O, Ro Van O."

Side 1.3. "The Foggy Dew."

Side 1.4. "The Rising of the Moon."

Side 1.5. "The Road to the Isles."

Side 1.6. Unidentified song.

Side 1.7. Unidentified song [French]. Song about marching soldiers. Small Portion of "It's a Good Land."

Side 1.8. Harpsichord Music. Dub.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9399

Vaughan Meader. Len Chandler. Peggy Seeger. SC 102. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9399

Side 1.1. A radio-drama aired on WBAI in New York entitled "Second Coming." Starring Vaughan Meader as Jesus.

Side 1.2. ["The Rest of it,"] Len Chandler. From KRLAradio.

Side 1.3. "Springhill Mining Disaster,"  Peggy Seeger. A Recording of an overdubbing session.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9401

Paul Kaplan. 14 August 1972. SC 104. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9401

Side 1.1. "She Came From Mississippi."

Side 1.2. "Vietnam."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9402

Bobby Donahey. Paul Kaplan. Billy Preston. Ringo Starr. Unidentified artist. SC 105. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9402

Side 1.1. "Upside Down,"  Bobby Donahey.

Side 1.2. "Only Time Will Tell,"  Bobby Donahey.

Side 1.3. "Vietnam,"  Paul Kaplan.

Side 1.4. "That's the Way God Planned It,"  Billy Preston. Concert for Bangladesh. Dub.

Side 1.5. "It Don't Come Easy,"  Ringo Starr. Concert for Bangladesh. Dub.

Side 1.6. ["The Storms of Hate Are Over,"] Unidentified artist. Incomplete.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9403

Bob Dylan. Pete Seeger. Matt McGinn. Len Chandler. SC 107. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9403

Side 1.1. "George Jackson,"  Bob Dylan. Dub.

Side 1.2. "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands,"  Bob Dylan. Dub.

Side 2.1. Pete Seeger and Matt McGinn talking.

Side 2.2. "Circle Dance,"  Len Chandler.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9404

George Harrison. Leon Russell. John Lennon and Yoko Ono. Bob Dylan. Len Chandler. SC 108. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9404

Side 1.1. "While My Guitar Gently Weeps,"  George Harrison. Concert for Bangladesh. Incomplete. Dub.

Side 1.2. "Jumpin' Jack Flash/Youngblood,"  Leon Russell. Concert for Bangladesh. Dub.

Side 1.3. "Here Comes the Sun,"  George Harrison. Concert for Bangladesh. Dub.

Side 1.4. "Attica State,"  John Lennon and Yoko Ono. WBAI. Dub.

Side 1.5. WBAI Commentary on Attica State. A story about one prisoner who had been granted parole.

Side 1.6. "George Jackson,"  Bob Dylan. WBAI. Incomplete. Dub.

Side 2.1. ["We're Crackin' - I'm Fackin' (Fault Line),"] Len Chandler. KRLA. 15 December 1971.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9405

Teatro Campesino. SC 109. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9405

Side 1.1. "Adesalambrar,"  Daniel Viglietti.

Side 1.2. "Me Matan si no Trabajo,"  Daniel Viglietti.

Side 1.3. "Dale tu Mano al Indio,"  Daniel Viglietti.

Side 1.4. "Richard Campos,"  Danny Valdez.

Side 1.5. "Porque Los Pobres No Tienen,"  Violetta Parra.

Side 1.6. "Laurento Borincano,"  Hernandez.

Side 1.7. "Cero Minas."  J. A. Gonzales.

Side 1.8. "Cero Minas." Continued. J. A. Gonzales.

Side 1.9. "Cancion de las Minas,"  J. A. Gonzales.

Side 1.10. "Viva La Causa," Teatro Campesino.

Side 1.11. "Un Hijo de el Patron," Teatro Campesino.

Side 1.12. "Desde Delano Voy Hasta Sacramento,"  Danny Valdez.

Side 1.13. "Did You Ever See an Old Man,"  Danny Valdez.

Side 2.1. "Solidaridad para Siempre (Solidarity Forever)," Teatro Campesino.

Side 2.2. "El Contracto Justo Tendras que a Fermar," Teatro Campesino.

Side 2.3. "Donde van loas Teamsters," Teatro Campesino.

Side 2.4. "Fuerres Somos Ya (We Shall Not be Moved)," Teatro Campesino.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9406

Tom Parrott and Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick. SC 112. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9406

Side 1.1. "Carry On," Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 1.2. ["Down In Louisiana,"] Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 1.3. "Everything We Done,"  Tom Parrott.

Side 1.4. "I Wish to God,"  Tom Parrott.

Side 1.5. "Peace Is the Way,"  Tom Parrott.

Side 1.6. ["When Tides Rise Cover the Floor,"] Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 1.7. "Burn, Baby Burn," Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 2.1. "Burn, Baby Burn," Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick. Continuation of side 1.

Side 2.2. "The Water Is Wide," Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 2.3. "Rock Island Line," Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 2.4. "Bourgeois Blues," Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 2.5. ["Waited for My Child,"] Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 2.6. ["Somewhere Around the Throne of God,"] Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 2.7. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken," Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 2.8. "Steal Away to Jesus," Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 2.9. "Wake Me Shake Me," Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9407

David Campbell  Matt McGinn. SC 113. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9407

Side 1.1. Classical music dubs.

Side 1.2. "Brown Boy."

Side 1.3. "Child of War."

Side 1.4. "The Way of the World."

Side 1.5. "Boo On You."

Side 1.6. "Her Hair Did Not Hang Low."

Side 1.7. "You Fly Too Bold."

Side 1.8. "You Can't Make a Race Horse."

Side 1.9. "You'll Be Proud of Me."

Side 1.10. "There's Beauty."

Side 1.11. "We Know the Day Is Comin'."

Side 1.12. "Lane Butter's Song."

Side 1.13. Classical music dubs.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9408

Raimon Padilla. SC 115. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9408

Side 1.1. "It's Time to Say No."

Side 1.2. Unidentified song.

Side 1.3. Unidentified song fragments.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9410

John Park. El Teatro Campesino. Danny Valdez. Agustin Lira. SC 117. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9410

Side 1.1. "I'll See You,"  John Park.

Side 1.2. "El Picket Sign,"  El Teatro Campesino.

Side 1.3. "The Migrant Song,"  Danny Valdez and Agustin Lira.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9412

Will McLean. SC A. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9412

Side 1.1. "When I See."

Side 1.2. "When I See."

Side 1.3. Telephone interview about college basketball.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9413

Bonnie Dobson  Gil Turner. Pete Seeger. SC B. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9413

Side 1.1. "The Birch Society,"  Gil Turner.

Side 1.2. "We've Got to Find Another Way,"  Gil Turner.

Side 1.3. "Take Me For a Walk,"  Bonnie Dobson.

Side 1.4. "Hold On (Hand On the Plow)"; "Gospel Plow,"  Pete Seeger. Live.

Side 1.5. "I Will Not Go Under the Ground,"  Gil Turner.

Side 1.6. Fragment. Gil Turner. Contains hummed vocals.

Side 1.7. Fragment. Gil Turner. Contains hummed vocals.

Side 1.8. ["Ever Be Free,"] Gil Turner. To the tune of "We Gather Together."

Side 1.9. ["Blessed Are My People,"] Gil Turner.

Side 1.10. "Jim Crow Has Got to Go,"  Gil Turner.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9414

Bob Dylan. Len Chandler. Joan Baez. March on Washington. Lincoln Memorial. Washington D.C.  28 August 1963. SC E. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9414

Side 1.1. "Only a Pawn in Their Game,"  Bob Dylan.

Side 1.2. "Keep Your Eyes On the Prize (Hold On),"  Bob Dylan, Len Chandler, Joan Baez, and others.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9415

WBAI radio program on topical folksong. Izzy Young. Gil Turner. Sis Cunningham. Bob Dylan. Pete Seeger. 11 September 1962. SC E. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9415

Side 1.1. "Benny 'Kid' Paret,"  Gil Turner.

Side 1.2. Sis Cunningham and Pete Seeger speak about the definition of "Topical Song."  Bob Dylan speaks about songwriting.

Side 1.3. "Ballad of Donald White,"  Bob Dylan.

Side 1.4. Pete Seeger discusses the Almanac Singers and the significance of Broadside magazine.

Side 1.5. "I Can See a New Day,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 1.6. Gil Turner discusses the purpose of Broadside magazine. There is a group discussion of song origins. "Billy Sol," a work in progress, is performed by the group. There is a group discussion of song subjects.

Side 1.7. "The Shelter Song,"  Gil Turner.

Side 1.8. Group discussion of the lifespan and purpose of the topical song.

Side 1.9. "The Death of Emmett Till,"  Bob Dylan.

Side 1.10. Pete Seeger discusses character development in songs and song subjects.

Side 1.11. "I Want to Go to Andorra,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 1.12. Pete Seeger discusses the goals of Broadside magazine and gives advice to aspiring songwriters.

Side 1.13. "Blowin' in the Wind,"  Bob Dylan with Pete Seeger, Gil Turner, and Sis Cunningham.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9416

Ernie Marrs. Dave Baker. SC F. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9416

Side 1.1. "We Protest the Protest of Protest." The introduction claims that the song was written as a rebuttal to a critical article printed in The Little Sandy Review, Volume 25.

Side 1.2. Audio letter from Dave Baker to Pete Seeger.

Side 1.3. Audio letter from Ernie Marrs to Pete Seeger.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9417

Unidentified artist. SC G. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9417

Side 1.1. "Bomb Factory."

Side 1.2. "Marijuana."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9418

Will McLean. SC J. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9418

Side 1.1. "Freedom Train".

Side 1.2. "Freedom Train".

Side 1.3. "Found In a Pocket."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9419

Garland Jeffreys. Matt McGinn. Tuli Kupferberg. SC K. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9419

Side 1.1. "Sister Divine,"  Garland Jeffreys. Incomplete. Dub.

Side 1.2. ["Brotherhood of Man,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.3. Children Speaking.

Side 1.4. "Manyura Manya,"  Matt McGinn and Group.

Side 1.5. "Include Me Out,"  Tuli Kupferberg.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9420

Gil Turner. SC L. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9420

Side 1. "Mugwump to the Seegers."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9421

Mark Spoelstra. July 1964. SC I. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9421

Side 1. "Just A Hand to Hold."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9422

Larry Estridge. Agnes Friesen. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9422

Side 1.1. "Our Last Chance of Freedom."  Larry Estridge

Side 1.2. ["Please Don't Block the Road,"]  Larry Estridge

Side 1.3. ["Please Don't Block the Road,"] Incomplete.

Side 1.4. ["Please Don't Block the Road,"] Larry Estridge.

Side 1.5. ["Friends Are Not Like Brothers,"] Larry Estridge.

Side 1.6. Introduction of Larry Estridge. Live.

Side 1.7. "Let It Roar Like the Flood,"  Larry Estridge. Live.

Side 1.8. Larry Estridge speaking in between songs. A second introduction of Larry Estridge.

Side 1.9. Unidentified song. Larry Estridge.

Side 1.10. Agnes Friesen. As a child, talking with Sis Cunningham and Gordon Friesen. Sis Cunningham and Agnes Friesen sing and recite "The Frozen Logger,"  "Skip to My Lou,"  "Three Blind Mice,"  "Jack and Jill,"  "Hickory Dickery Dock,"  "How Much Is That Doggie in the Window,"  "Ticky Ticky Tombo,"  "Ten Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed (beginning with 5),"  "Go Under the Table,"  "The Farmer in the Dell,"  "The ABC Song," and "Jingle Bells."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9423

Agnes Friesen. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9423

Side 1. Agnes Friesen reads from Alice in Wonderland.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9424

Songs of Lewis Allen. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9424

Side 1.1. "The Rock," Unidentified singer.

Side 1.2. "The Rock," Unidentified singer.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9425

Jeff Ampolsk. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9425

Side 1.1. "Alcohol Heaven."

Side 1.2. ["Left Me Here to Starve."] Tune of "City of New Orleans."

Side 1.3. "Basketball Hero."

Side 1.4. "When She Didn't Have a Dime."

Side 1.5. "Fort Jackson."

Side 1.6. "Vinyl Chloride Death Moan Rag."

Side 1.7. "The Wood Cutter's Song."

Side 1.8. Guitar Tuning.

Side 1.9. "Started Out Lonesome."

Side 1.10. "Big Jim Bourgeois and Antler's Bar."

Side 1.11. "Sunday at the Laundromat."

Side 1.12. "I'm Going Back to Louisiana."

Side 2.1. ["Nobody Stares at Maria (The Last Old-Timer Around)."]

Side 2.2. Ampolsk praises Cunningham and Friesen for their work. Guitar tuning.

Side 2.3. ["Sinking of the Betty Wood."]

Side 2.4. "Almost Over in a Day."

Side 2.5. "God Guts and Guns."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9426

Jeff Ampolsk. Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9426

Side 1.1. "Pool Hall Pete,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 1.2. "Sunday at the Laundromat,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 1.3. "I'm Going Back to Louisiana,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 1.4. "Fortune and Fame,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 1.5. ["Dreaming, Searching, Waking."] Unidentified artist. Incomplete.

Side 2.1. "Please Take Her Gentle,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 2.2. "Cable In His Hand,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 2.3. "Twenty-Dollar Piano,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 2.4. ["When That Beautiful Morning Comes,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 2.5. ["Cherish"] Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9427

Richard Black. Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9427

Side 1.1. "A Very Close Friend of Mine,"  Richard Black. Begins with Black speaking the chords.

Side 1.2. "A Very Close Friend of Mine,"  Richard Black.

Side 1.3. "Way Down in Old St. Francis Bottoms," Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9428

Ron Turner. Sammy Walker, Charyn Sutton. 26 April 1975. Dubs. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9428

Side 1.1. "A Dollar an Hour,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.2. "The Blind Man's Cup,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.3. "The Testimony of a Dying Lady,"  Sammy Walker.

Side 1.4. "East Colorado Dam,"  Sammy Walker.

Side 1.5. "Fat Old Lady,"  Charyn Sutton.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9429

Bob Dylan. Cat Stevens. Unidentified artist. Len Chandler. Recorded at Broadside Studios. New York, N.Y.  November 1971. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9429

Side 1.1. "This Road," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.2. "Learned My Lesson," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.3. Unidentified song. Unidentified artist. Incomplete

Side 1.4. "George Jackson,"  Bob Dylan. Acoustic version. Dub.

Side 1.5. "George Jackson,"  Bob Dylan. Electric version. Dub.

Side 1.6. "Peace Train,"  Cat Stevens. Dub.

Side 1.7. "Where Do the Children Play,"  Cat Stevens. Dub.

Side 2.1. "My Ass Is Mine,"  Len Chandler.

Side 2.2. "Law and Slaughter,"  Len Chandler.

Side 2.3. "She Didn't Need Me Anymore,"  Len Chandler. Incomplete.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9430

Sis Cunningham. 1975. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9430

Side 1. "My Oklahoma Home."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9431

Mark Cohen. October 1975. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9431

Side 1.1. "More Rambling Blues."

Side 1.2. "Wildwood Flower" Instrumental.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9432

Mark Cohen. "Is It Snowing in Buffalo?" #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9432

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9433

Songs of Bill Comeau. 26 March 1965. SC P. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9433

Side 1.1. "Silent Guilty Ones."

Side 1.2. "Talkin' Race Relations."

Side 1.3. "Little Boy Blue."

Side 1.4. "We Need More Love."

Side 1.5. "Absurd Is the World."

Side 1.6. "Merry Christmas America Rag."

Side 1.7. "Bring Freedom to the Land of the Free."

Side 1.8. "Busy Day."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9434

Sis Cunningham. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9434

Side 1. "Dust Bowl Disaster."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9435

Sis Cunningham. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9435

Side 1.1. "Congressman."

Side 1.2. "No More Store Bought Teeth" (outtakes).

Side 1.3. Sound collage: Tibetan chanting with superimposed spoken audio clips. Anti-war theme.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9436

Sis Cunningham. Jane Friesen and Ellie Friesen. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9436

Side 1.1. "Bluebird, Bluebird,"  Jane Friesen and Ellie Friesen. Superimposed interview with British Author of Who Guards the Guards?

Side 1.2. "Farmer's Curst Wife,"  Sis Cunningham. Incomplete.

Side 1.3. "This Old Man,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.4. "Farmer's Curst Wife,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.5. "I Love My Rooster,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.6. "Bo Weevil,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.7. "Hills of Tennessee,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.8. "Hills of Tennessee,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.9. "The Frozen Logger,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.10. "My Oklahoma Home Blowed Away,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.11. "Skip To My Lou,"  Sis Cunningham and Ellie Friesen.

Side 1.12. "I Love My Rooster,"  "The Little Turtle,"  Sis Cunningham and Ellie Friesen.

Side 1.13. "Old MacDonald,"  Ellie Friesen.

Side 1.14. "My Bunny (My Bonnie),"  Jane Friesen, Ellie Friesen and Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.15. "Early In the Morning,"  Jane Friesen, Ellie Friesen and Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.16. Interview with British Author of Who Guards the Guards?

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9437

Sis Cunningham and Gordon Friesen interviewed by Stu Cohen. 19 September 1974. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9437

Side 1. A discussion of musicians associated with Broadside magazine; the conversation is mainly about Bob Dylan.The interview begins with a discussion of the Broadside #31 (September 1963) reprint of a Bob Dylan interview. Friesen reads the article out loud and tries to show that this interview is "straight-forward"  Dylan; in other words, he gives real answers to the interviewer's questions. Friesen and Cunningham claim that Dylan echoed views similar to those expressed in the printed interview during their meetings with Dylan in the early 1960s. They discuss the change in Dylan's subject matter and ask the question: Why did he abandon the topical song? Cohen suggests that he may have "grown out" of the "topical folk song" style; Cunningham and Friesen disagree. Friesen maintains that Dylan changed his style to obtain a more "sophisticated" college audience. Friesen interprets "Maggie's Farm" as a commentary on capitalism. Cunningham suggests that Dylan's new style forces his audience to interpret his works, rather than handing them the ideas "on a plate." There is a discussion concerning the mixing of abstraction and frankness within Dylan's subject matter. Friesen calls "Desolation Row" a commentary on capitalism. Friesen says that Dylan's poetry is of a much higher quality than his musicianship, he then calls him the "best of the Broadside songwriters." The group interprets "Desolation Row."  Friesen says that it is a prophesy of 1970s politics. Cohen raises other interpretations. Friesen offers a line-by-line interpretation of "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands," which he also views as a commentary on capitalism. Friesen recalls a long list of American artists (men and women) who did not reach their potential; this is said to be the meaning of the line "where the sad eyed prophet says that no man comes."  Cohen suggests (and Friesen agrees) that Dylan is still a revolutionary; he has changed his musical and lyrical style but managed to retain the same subject matter of his early topical songs.

Side 2. A discussion of musicians associated with Broadside magazine; the conversation is mainly about Bob Dylan. Friesen and Cunningham recall suggesting topical material to songwriters, especially Peter La Farge. They discuss the predominance of men in the published pages of Broadside. This grows to a discussion of the struggle of women to achieve success in the fields of both literature and the music. The discussion turns to Nina Simone and her song "Mississippi Goddam." The question is raised as to who is more influential to modern writers: Woody Guthrie or Bob Dylan. The group discusses Peter La Farge and his Native American background as well as other singer-songwriters who have Native American backgrounds. Friesen calls the last five or six Bob Dylan albums, with the clear exception of the single "George Jackson," fluff. According to Friesen, the last great Dylan album is John Wesley Harding. Friesen recites the lyrics to "John Wesley Harding" and provides an interpretation of the song. According to Friesen the song is about the government. Friesen provides a similar reading of "As I Went Out One Morning."  Friesen recalls a story about Josh Dunson and his disappointment with the way the Dylanspoke to the crowd at a communist rally where he (Dylan) received the "Tom Paine" award. There is a discussion of "All Along the Watchtower." According to Friesen none of Dylan's corporate contacts understand his artistic vision, especially Albert Grossman. Friesen discusses "I Pity the Poor Immigrant," calling it an anti-Vietnam song. In a discussion of "The Wicked Messenger," Friesen says, "aside from his songs and his poetry and his writings (Dylan) has always been inarticulate - except for that first interview."  Friesen interprets "The Wicked Messenger" as Dylan's commentary on following in Woody Guthrie's footsteps. "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" is, according to Friesen, Dylan proclaiming that he plans to give in to the capitalist system with his next album, Nashville Skyline. The discussion returns to "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands,"  Cohen wonders how many college age people actually interpret the song as Friesen does.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9438

Sis Cunningham. Steve Forbert. Unidentified artist. Tape 2. May 1977. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9438

Side 1.1. "John Hardy,"  Sis Cunningham and Steve Forbert.

Side 1.2. "John Hardy,"  Sis Cunningham and Steve Forbert.

Side 1.3. "Worried Man Blues,"  Sis Cunningham and Steve Forbert. Cunningham sings the melody.

Side 1.4. "Worried Man Blues,"  Sis Cunningham and Steve Forbert. Forbert sings the melody. Incomplete.

Side 1.5. Discussion about Wavy Gravy and the Merry Pranksters.

Side 1.6. "I Ride on an Old Paint,"  Sis Cunningham and Steve Forbert.

Side 1.7. "Midnight Special,"  Sis Cunningham and Steve Forbert.

Side 1.8. "Midnight Special,"  Sis Cunningham and Steve Forbert.

Side 1.9. "One Morning In May."  "Wild Rippling Waters,"  Sis Cunningham and Steve Forbert.

Side 1.10. "Goodbye Earth," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.11. "Used to Be a Rover," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.12. "John Morton," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.13. "Negro Joe," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.14. "They're All Building Fallout Shelters," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.15. ["Cause of Liberty,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.16. "Time of Going Away," Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9439

Sis Cunningham and Wesley Houston. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9439

Side 1.1. "How Can You Keep Movin'."

Side 1.2. "How Can You Keep Movin'."

Side 1.3. "How Can You Keep Movin'." Incomplete.

Side 1.4. "How Can You Keep Movin'."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9440

Sis Cunningham and the Boys. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9440

Side 1. "Hold Back the Waters."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9441

Sis Cunningham, Mike Millius and the Boys. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9441

Side 1.1. "Jesse James,"  Sis Cunningham, Mike Millius and the Boys.

Side 1.2. "Aren't You the One?"  Mike Millius and the Boys.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9442

Bob Dobbelear. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9442

Side 1.1. "The Coca-Cola Song."

Side 1.2. "The Painter."

Side 1.3. "Urban Renewal Song."

Side 1.4. "Draft Song."

Side 1.5. "The Lottery."

Side 2.1. "Bound For Glory." Incomplete.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9443

Unidentified vocal group. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9443

Side 1. "We Shall Never Forget (What Johnson Done To Us)."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9444

Songs from the Red Dust Playes repertoire. Ellie Friesen. Sis Cunningham. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9444

Side 1.1. "Frozen Logger,"  Ellie Friesen. Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.2. "Skip to My Lou,"  Ellie Friesen. Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.3. "Skip to My Lou,"  Ellie Friesen. Sis Cunningham.

Side 2.1. "This Land,"  Ellie Friesen. Sis Cunningham.

Side 2.2. "No More Store Bought Teeth,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 2.3. "Congressman,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 2.4. "An Oil Derrick Out By West Tulsa,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 2.5. "An Oil Derrick Out By West Tulsa,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 2.6. Radio program on medical insurance.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9445

Larry Estridge. [Melle.] #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9445

Side 1.1. "Let It Roar Like the Flood,"  Larry Estridge. Incomplete.

Side 1.2. Radio talk show excerpt.

Side 1.3. "Psychosurgery," [Melle.] Long spoken introduction.

Side 1.4. Radio talk show excerpt. Very brief.

Side 1.5. Radio talk show excerpt. Larry Estridge and [Melle].

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9446

Fiddle Tunes. Indiana and southern fiddlers. 15 November 1965. Dubs. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9446

Side 1.1. Untitled song, John W. Summers.

Side 1.2. "Turkey in the Straw,"  Louis Henderson.

Side 1.3. "The Cuckoo's Nest,"  Judge Dan White and John Summers.

Side 1.4. "Sherman's Retreat,"  John Summers.

Side 1.5. "Fine Times at Our House,"  John Summers.

Side 1.6. "Rye Straw,"  John Summers.

Side 1.7. "Waiting for the Lord to Come,"  Judge Dan White and John Summers.

Side 1.8. "Same Time Yesterday as It Was Today,"  John Summers.

Side 1.9. "Old Joe Clark,"  Clayton McMitchen and Frank Wakefield. Recorded at Newport Folk Festival. Newport, R.I. 1964.

Side 1.10. "Boil Them Cabbage Down,"  Clayton McMitchen and Frank Wakefield. Recorded at Newport Folk Festival. Newport, R.I. 1964.

Side 1.11. "Soldier's Joy,"  Hobart Smith.

Side 1.12. "Bonaparte's Retreat,"  Hobart Smith.

Side 1.13. "Bonaparte's Retreat,"  Mike Seeger.

Side 1.14. "Old Molly Hair,"  Clayton McMitchen and Riley Puckett.

Side 1.15. "Sally Johnson,"  Lowe Stokes and Riley Puckett.

Side 1.16. "Hungry Hash House,"  Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Ramblers.

Side 1.17. "Jackson County Blues," Arthur Smith Trio.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9447

Steve Forbert. Gordon Friesen. Sis Cunningham. May 1977. Tape 1. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9447

Side 1.1. "Grand Central Station,"  Steve Forbert.

Side 1.2. "Goodnight Irene,"  Steve Forbert.

Side 1.3. "Midnight Special,"  Steve Forbert.

Side 1.4. "Midnight Special,"  Gordon Friesen and Steve Forbert.

Side 1.5. "Thinkin',"  Steve Forbert.

Side 1.6. "Old Paint,"  Gordon Friesen and Steve Forbert.

Side 1.7. "Old Paint,"  Gordon Friesen, Sis Cunningham, and Steve Forbert.

Side 1.8. "Durante Jail (Cryderville Jail),"  Sis Cunningham and Steve Forbert.

Side 1.9. Discussion.

Side 1.10. "Mr. McKinley,"  Sis Cunningham and Steve Forbert.

Side 1.11. "John Hardy,"  Gordon Friesen, Sis Cunningham, and Steve Forbert.

Side 1.12. "John Hardy,"  Gordon Friesen, Sis Cunningham, and Steve Forbert.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9448

Friends and Neighbors. Daniel Tanzen. Jerry Jeff Walker. Jose Feliciano. Dubs. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9448

Side 1L.1. Reading of "Alice's Restaurant."  Daniel Tanzen. Includes other readings of song lyrics with commentary.

Side 1L.2. Continuation of commentary. "Mr. Bojangles,"  Jerry Jeff Walker. Acoustic. Dub.

Side 1L.3. Instrumental acoustic guitar. Unidentified artist.

Side 1L.4. "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring,"  "Sevilla," Unidentified artist.

Side 1L.5. "Here, There, and Everywhere,"  Jose Feliciano. Dub.

Side 1L.6. "And I Love Her,"  Jose Feliciano. Dub.

Side 1L.7. "Light My Fire,"  Jose Feliciano. Dub.

Side 1L.8. Unidentified guitar instrumental.

Side 1L.9. "Tradition," Unidentified guitarist.

Side 1L.10. Unidentified guitar instrumental.

Side 1L.11. Unidentified song.

Side 1L.12. Spoken word.

Side 1R.1. "To Be a Man," Unidentified guitarist with vocalist.

Side 1R.2. "Barbara Allen,"  "Shenendoah." Unidentified guitarist with vocalist. Rehearsal.

Side 1R.3. "House of the Rising Sun," Unidentified guitarist and vocalists.

Side 1R.4. "Darlin'," Unidentified guitarist and vocalists.

Side 1R.5. "My Land Is a Good Land," Unidentified guitarist and vocalists.

Side 1R.6. "Changes," Unidentified guitarist and vocalists.

Side 1R.7. "Father's Grave," Unidentified guitarist and vocalists.

Side 1R.8. "The Unicorn," Unidentified guitarist and vocalists.

Side 1R.9. "That's No Way to Say Goodbye," Unidentified guitarist and vocalists.

Side 1R.10. "Celia," Unidentified guitarist and vocalists.

Side 1R.11. "Pleasures of the Harbor," Unidentified guitarist and vocalists.

Side 1R.12. "Kathy's Song,"  "Waking' Up in an Empty Bed," Unidentified female vocalist.

Side 1R.13. Hebrew song. Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.14. Hebrew song. Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.15. "Forever and a Day," Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.16. Unidentified song. Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.17. "The boxer," Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9449

Songs of Jan Fromer. Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9449

Side 1.1. "Mercy Mild."

Side 1.2. "I Dreamt of a Thousand Cranes."

Side 1.3. "The Last Time I Felt Someone's Love."

Side 1.4. ["What Is It That/My True Love."]

Side 1.5. ["Escalation Blues."]

Side 1.6. "Harvest of My Soul."

Side 1.7. "I Refuse to Go."

Side 1.8. "You Don't Know Me Cause Loneliness Has Changed My Mind."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9450

Chris Gaylord. Unidenified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9450

Side 1.1. "The World's Coming to a Bad End,"  Chris Gaylord.

Side 1.2. "Rambling Boy,"  Chris Gaylord.

Side 1.3. "The River," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.4. "Far Away From Home," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.5. "Far Away From Home," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.6. "The River," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.7. "In Trouble Again," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.8. ["Don't You Forget,"] Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9451

Peter Irsay. Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9451

Side 1.1. "When the Morning Comes Again."

Side 1.2. Unidentified song. Unidentified artist. Incomplete.

Side 1.3. ["Junkyard Alley,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1.4. "South County Fair," Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9453

Kids at WBAI. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9453

Side 1.1. Kids recorded at WBAI. [Spoken drama?].

Side 1.2. Interview with Matt McGinn. McGinn very briefly discusses and sings part of "Manyura Manya." He says that the song is about the transport revolution that has transformed Glasgow into a "one horse town."

Side 1.3. Kids recorded at WBAI. [Spoken drama?].

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9455

Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick. Dubbed from Folkways LP. Steve Suffet. 28 March 1969. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9455

Side 1.1. "That Ain't Good," Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 1.2. "The Shit Has Hit the Fan,"  Steve Suffet.

Side 1.3. Blues Instrumental. Steve Suffet.

Side 1.4. "John Henry,"  Steve Suffet.

Side 1.5. "I've Been Doing Some Hard Traveling,"  Steve Suffet.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9456

Len Chandler. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9456

Side 1.1. Jesus. Spoken Drama. Unidentified artist.

Side 2.1. "Circle Dance (RFK)." Incomplete.

Side 2.2. "Circle Dance (RFK)." Incomplete.

Side 2.3. "Circle Dance (RFK)." Incomplete.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9457

The Johnstons. Steve Sidbury. Richard Black. Will McLean. Mike Millius. Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9457

Side 1.1. "Angela Davis," theJohnstons. Dub.

Side 1.2. ["What Together We May Be,"] Steve Sidbury.

Side 1.3. "Searching For a Rainbow,"  Richard Black.

Side 1.4. ["Let's Go Downtown,"] Richard Black.

Side 1.5. "There's a Hole In the Bucket," Stage performance with a man and woman alternating lines. Dub.

Side 1.6. "Someone Pull the Trigger," Unidentified artist. [Richard Black?].

Side 1.7. Orchestral music.

Side 1.8. "Down the Valley,"  Will McLean.

Side 1.9. Blues Jam. Featuring harmonica. Will McLean.

Side 1.10. Various fragments. Dub.

Side 1.11. "Christopher Discovers America,"  Mike Millius.

Side 1.12. "Christopher Discovers America,"  Mike Millius. Alternate version.

Side 1.13. Orchestral music.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9458

Tuli Kupferberg. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9458

Side 1.1. ["Oh, I'm a Good 'Ole Hippie."]

Side 1.2. ["Luck of the Irish."]

Side 1.3. "Joe Hill."

Side 1.4. "Twelve Days of Hanukah."

Side 1.5. "Take-A This Pizza."

Side 1.6. "Plastic and Pistols."

Side 1.7. ["It's the Same the Whole Worlds Over."]

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9459

Peter La Farge. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9459

Side 1.1. "Leonard Crow Dog."

Side 1.2. "Black Rooster Hurricane."

Side 1.3. ["A Song and a Dream."]

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9460

Gil Turner. Pete Seeger. Sis Cunningham. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9460

Side 1.1. "Bennie 'Kid' Paret,"  Gil Turner.

Side 1.2. "Ain't Gonna Let Segregation Turn Us Around,"  Gil Turner.

Side 1.3. "Staying on Freedom,"  Gil Turner.

Side 1.4. "I Only Wish They Drop the Bomb,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 1.5. "Ask Them If the Russians Are for War,"  Pete Seeger and Sis Cunningham.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9461

Gary Lapow and Dan Goldensohn. Concert recording. November 1975. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9461

Side 1.1. "Here and Now."

Side 1.2. "When I Was A Boy in Brooklyn."

Side 1.3. "Bob's Song."

Side 1.4. "Love It or Change It."

Side 1.5. "Friction in the System."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9462

Ernie Marrs. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9462

Side 1. "Herbert Lee."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9463

Will McLean. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9463

Side 1.1. "Wild Hog."

Side 1.2. "Spanish American War."

Side 1.3. "Dade Massacre."

Side 1.4. "The Legend of Pete Seeger."

Side 1.5. "Mocking Bird's Gone."

Side 1.6. "Mocking Bird's Gone."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9464

Mike Millius. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9464

Side 1. "Nobody Cares."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9465

Mike Millius interviewed by Gordon Friesen. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9465

Side 1.1. Mike Millius interview.Millius provides biographical information about his childhood and family. He talks about growing up in Queens and traveling to Mexico after dropping out of high school. Millius recalls having no interest in college and becoming interested in writing poetry. He calls his writing "simple and uncluttered" and attributes these qualities to his lack of a college education. Friesen recalls his introduction to folk music on WLS radio from Chicago. They discuss the musician Oscar Brand.

Side 1.2. Dub of radio program.

Side 2.1. Mike Millius interview.Millius and Friesen talk about the Newport Jazz Festival in 1958, specifically the riots. Millius discusses the first song he wrote, "Clancy, He's a Real Good Cop."  Millius cites Woody Guthrie as an influence. He says that modern songwriters "inspire" him instead of "influencing" him. Millius discusses "Ballad of Martin Luther King" and "Algiers Motel."  Friesen and Millius discuss the war. Millius praises the influence of Woodstock; he says that songs are becoming more topical and the Edie Gormet and Robert Goulet types are dying out. Millius predicts that topical songs will become more popular as "newspapers continue to let us down." Millius states that he believes that Dylan has already written his best music. Millius describes much of modern music as "non-songs," songs that are about nothing in particular, and specifically cites the Band as a group that writes "non-songs."  Millius says that he doesn't understand the phrase "power to the people"; he says that prefers the phrase "power to the person."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9466

Sis Cunningham. Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9466

Side 1.1. "Get Away (Sharecropper Song),"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.2. "How Can You Keep On Moving,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.3. "How Can You Keep On Moving,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.4. Sound collage. Combination of an unidentified song and a Richard Nixon speech. Dub.

Side 1.5. "God Bless America," Unidentified choir. Incomplete.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9467

Roland Vargas Mousaa. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9467

Side 1.1. "We Made Love."

Side 1.2. ["They Put a Fence Around It."]

Side 1.3. "Blue Waters."

Side 1.4. "51 Clowns."

Side 1.5. "Riddle of the Universe."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9468

Mike Millius. Tom Parrott. Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9468

Side 1.1. Recording of a child named Willie.

Side 1.2. Sound collage. Combination of Vaughan Meader's Second Coming, news bits, Len Chandler songs, and sped up voices.

Side 1.3. "Nothin' But His Blood," Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 1.4. "Farewell, Mr. Charlie," Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick.

Side 1.5. "Time Is Running Out,"  Wendy Smith.

Side 1.6. "Hey, Mr. Rockefeller,"  Mike Millius.

Side 1.7. "The Ballad of Martin Luther King,"  Mike Millius.

Side 1.8. "Pinkville Helicopter,"  Tom Parrott.

Side 1.9. "Elijah Good,"  Wesley Houston.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9471

Marty Berman. Jeff Amplosk. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9471

Side 1.1. "Bust the Union,"  Marty Berman.

Side 1.2. "Basketball Hero,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 1.3. "Big Jim Bourgeois and Antlers Bar,"  Jeff Amplosk.

Side 1.4. "Vinyl Chloride Death Moan Rag,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 2.1. "Mop Factory Blues,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 2.2. "Woodcutter's Song,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 2.3. "Fort Jackson,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 2.4. "Alcoholic Heaven,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9472

Phil Ochs. Concert recording at the Academy of Music, Philadelphia, Pa.  16 May 1969. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9472

Side 1.1. "The Bells."

Side 1.2. "The Power and the Glory."

Side 1.3. "The Hills of West Virginia."

Side 1.4. "I Ain't Marching Anymore."

Side 1.5. "The Highwayman."

Side 1.6. "Here's to the State of Mississippi."

Side 1.7. "Changes."

Side 1.8. "I'm Going to Say It Now."

Side 1.9. "The Crucifixion."

Side 1.10. "Outside of a Small Circle of Friends."

Side 1.11. "Joe Hill."

Side 1.12. "The War Is Over."

Side 2.1. "The Scorpion Departs but Never Returns."

Side 2.2. "Pretty Smart on My Part."

Side 2.3. "Rehearsals for Retirement."

Side 2.4. "I Kill Therefore I Am."

Side 2.5. "All Quiet on the Western Front."

Side 2.6. "Here's to the State of Richard Nixon"; "Power and the Glory." Dub.

Side 2.7. "The Power and the Glory." Dub.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9473

Phil Ochs Concert. Philadelphia, Pa. 16 May 1969. Copy of FT-9472. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9473

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9474

Phil Ochs interviewed by Rick Lang and Vic. Television Show Interface on WGTB. Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.  May 1973. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9474

Side 1.1. Interview. Ochs predicts that Nixon will be impeached and revels in the fact that, whatever happens, "the damage has been done" to the government. Ochs states that more attention should be paid to the criminal activity of John Mitchell and others who had knowledge of the Watergate scandal. Ochs says that the choice of Elliot Richardson to investigate the crime is wrong. There is display of general disgust with Nixon, American politics, and the future of the presidency.

Side 1.2. "Here's to the State of Richard Nixon,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.3. Interview. Ochs talks about his travels around the world. He focuses on South American politics. Ochs portrays the South American political climate as much more volatile than that of the United States. He tells stories of being arrested and harassed for being a radical. Ochs briefly discusses music in South America. The interview concludes with a discussion of religious funding in South America.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9475

Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968 #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9475

Side 1.1. Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Dubbed from FT-9538.

Side 1.2. Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Dubbed from FT-9538.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9476

Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Dubbed from FT-9538. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9476

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9477

Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Dubbed from FT-9539. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9477

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9478

Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Dubs. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9478

Side 1.1. Ochs gives a preface to the following interview. He says that he will comment on his former views of Dylan, stated in the 1965 interview. Dylan's astronomical growth, "Eve of Destruction," etc.

Side 1.2. Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Dubbed from FT-9539.

Side 1.3. Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Dubbed from FT-9539.

Side 1.4. Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Dubbed from FT-9539.

Side 1.5. Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Dubbed from FT-9539.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9479

Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. Complete dub of FT-9336, side 2. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9479

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9480

Lucinda Williams. Jeff Ampolsk. Sis Cunningham. Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9480

Side 1L.1. "Lafayette,"  Lucinda Williams.

Side 1L.2. "Ramblin' on My Mind,"  Lucinda Williams.

Side 1L.3. "Little Darling, Pal of Mine,"  Lucinda Williams. Incomplete.

Side 1L.4. Guitar tuning.

Side 1L.5. "Fortune and Fame,"  Jeff Ampolsk and Sis Cunningham.

Side 1L.6. "Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues,"  Lucinda Williams. Incomplete.

Side 1L.7. "Please Take Her Gentle,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 1L.8. "Fortune and Fame,"  Jeff Ampolsk.

Side 1R.1. ["Jesus Blessed Me and the Bottle,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.2. ["Singing Fool,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.3. ["Don't Let Your Dreams and Salvation Be Shattered by a Fading Song,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.4. ["America's Child,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.5. ["Yesterday Was Only Another Day,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.6. ["Every Cowboy's Got to Have a Place to Ride To,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.7. ["You Really Ain't Changed,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.8. ["All They Have to Show for It Is Their Soul,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.9. ["Neon Jesus,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.10. ["Listen,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.11. ["Ghost Rider Bill,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.12. ["One Day at a Time,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.13. ["Four Red Roses and a Bottle of Rum,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.14. ["As I Please,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.15. ["Ballad of Ella May Wiggins,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.16. ["Windy City Sidewalks,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.17. ["Now I've Lost it,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 1R.18. ["Ride Fast and Ride Hard,"] Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9481

Tom Parrott; Mike Millius with Wesley Houston. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9481

Side 1.1. "Pinkville Helicopter,"  Tom Parrott.

Side 1.2. "Moon Song,"  Mike Millius and Wesley Houston.

Side 1.3. "Freedom,"  Mike Millius and Wesley Houston.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9482

Ronnie Petersen. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9482

Side 1.1. "The Curtains."

Side 1.2. "The Singing Isn't Loud."

Side 1.3. Unidentified song. Incomplete.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9483

Bernice Johnson Reagon. Unidentified artist. 1968 #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9483

Side 1.1. "Oh, Had I a Golden Thread,"  Bernice Johnson Reagon.

Side 1.2. "Fields of Morning,"  Bernice Johnson Reagon.

Side 1.3. "The Balloon Song," Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9484

Bernice Johnson Reagon. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9484

Side 1. "Circle."

Side 2. "In My Hands."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9485

Danny Redwood. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9485

Side 1.1. "Flower of the Field."

Side 1.2. "It's Lonely Here."

Side 1.3. "Crazy Jane at the Mainsail (Ship of Fools)."

Side 1.4. "Stillness Coming Down."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9486

Malvina Reynolds. 1964. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9486

Side 1.1. "What's Going On Down There."

Side 1.2. "I Don't Care About You." Incomplete

Side 1.3. "I Don't Care About You."

Side 1.4. "I Don't Care About You." Incomplete.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9487

"In the Morning with Malvina Reynolds."  KPFA. 31 May 1967. Includes commentary on Broadside. New Zealand School Children. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9487

Side 1.1. "Let It Be,"  New Zealand School Children.

Side 1.2. Commentary. Reynolds speaks of a recent trip to New York; she feels that New York is too crowded. This crowding is a problem for two reasons: people don't have to leave their building and the children do not have a proper sense of comfort. She hopes more people will move to the west coast. Reynolds talks about the origin and purpose of Broadside. Reynolds says that she turned down an offer from Seeger to start Broadside. She speaks of Sis Cunningham and Gordon Friesen and their living situation. She praises the "Friesens" for their dedication to Broadside; she says they get "too little support." Reynolds says that many of the people who were made famous through appearing in Broadside have now turned their back on the publication. She says that the commercial record industry would like to see Broadside fail. Yet, if Broadside failed the industry would suffer. She speaks of the "underground press." Reynolds makes a lengthy plea for the support of Broadside.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9488

Malvina Reynolds. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9488

Side 1. "Daddy's In the Jail."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9489

Side 1: Malvina Reynolds. Concert with Michael Cooney. Broadcast on National Public Radio's Folk Festival U.S.A. Concert recorded in Albany, N.Y. in 1972 and aired after Reynolds's death in 1978. Side 2: Malvina Reynolds Tribute. Pete Seeger. Nancy Schimmel. Steve Fritchman. Janet Smith. Gary Lapow. Rosalie Sorrels. Country Joe MacDonald. Michael Cooney. Steve Goodman. Faith Petric. Larry Hanks. Margie Adam. [Ray Burrow?] Broadcast on National Public Radio's Folk Festival U.S.A.   Berkeley, Ca. 18 May 1978. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9489

Side 1.1. Introduction by Steve Rathe. "God Bless Grass,"  "Love Somebody (No Matter Who),"  "Turn Around."

Side 1.2. "There's a Bottom Below,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.3. "Que Sera." Lyrics altered by Michael Cooney.

Side 1.4. "The New Restaurant,"  Michael Cooney.

Side 1.5. Reynolds Speaks. She talks about a peace conference in Vancouver, B.C. She recalls being on a television show in British Columbia where she was given ten minutes to write a song, "Skagit Valley Forever."

Side 1.6. "Skagit Valley Forever,"  Malvina Reynolds. Reynolds gives some follow up information on what has happened to the Skagit Valley since she wrote the song. She also talks about a song called "Seventy Miles" that tells a similar story about the San Francisco Bay.

Side 1.7. "No Hole in My Head,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.8. "Take It Away,"  Michael Cooney and Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.9. "Troubled and I Don't Know Why,"  Michael Cooney.

Side 1.10. ["Here Comes the Mailman,"] Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.11. "Nancy, Nancy, Fourteen Years Today,"  Michael Cooney.

Side 1.12. "You Can't Make a Turtle Come Out,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.13. "Little boxes,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.14. "The Little Red Hen,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.15. Introduction. "Billy Boy,"  Michael Cooney.

Side 1.16. "Turn Around,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.17. "I Don't Mind Failing,"  Malvina Reynolds with Michael Cooney.

Side 1.18. "Place to Be,"  Michael Cooney.

Side 1.19. "Goodbye Joe,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.20. "Sausalito Fire,"  Malvina Reynolds.

Side 1.21. "The Pets,"  Michael Cooney.

Side 1.22. "It Isn't Nice." Closing Remarks by Steve Rathe. "If You Love Me."

Side 2.1. Introduction. Michael Clooney, "No Closing Chord," Group.

Side 2.2. "Sing Along,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 2.3. "Seventy Miles,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 2.4. Spoken tribute. Nancy Schimmel (Malvina's Daughter). She talks about how Reynolds found solace from the difficulties of the 1950s in the Unitarian Church. Schimmel introduces Steven Fritchman and sings one verse of "I Don't mind Failing."

Side 2.5. Eulogy. Steven Fritchman (Unitarian minister).

Side 2.6. "You Can't Make a Turtle Come Out,"  Ray Bierl.

Side 2.7. "I Believe If I Lived My Life Again,"  Ray Bierl.

Side 2.8. "A Little Muscle,"  Janet Smith.

Side 2.9. "Looking For a Man,"  Janet Smith.

Side 2.10. "When I Was a Boy in Brooklyn,"  Gary Lapow.

Side 2.11. "The City of New Orleans,"  Steve Goodman.

Side 2.12. "Young Moon,"  Steve Goodman.

Side 2.13. A short spoken history of Malvina Reynolds. Michael Cooney.

Side 2.14. ["Feather Ben,"] Rosalie Sorrels.

Side 2.15. Introduction of Faith Petric and Larry Hanks. "Bury Me in My Overalls,"  Faith Petric and Larry Hanks.

Side 2.16. Spoken interlude. Country Joe McDonald. MacDonald talks about the influence of Reynolds on his career.

Side 2.17. "Save the Whale,"  Country Joe McDonald.

Side 2.18. Instrumental piano piece. Marjorie Adams.

Side 2.19. "God Bless the Grass,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 2.20. "Little boxes," All.

Side 2.21. "Magic Penny," All.

Side 2.22. Closing Remarks. Michael Cooney.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9490

Joe Sadot. Ron Turner. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9490

Side 1. "Prisoners of War,"  Joe Sadot.

Side 2.1. "Joe Sparrow,"  Ron Turner.

Side 2.2. ["Don't Wann Ride No Train, Ma,"] Ron Turner.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9491

Gil Turner. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9491

Side 1.1. "Folksinger's Alphabet."

Side 1.2. "Mugwump to the Seegers."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9492

Pete Seeger. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9492

Side 1.1. "The Housewife Terrorists."

Side 1.2. "My Name Is Lisa Kalvelage."

Side 1.3. "The Housewife Terrorists." Alternate melody.

Side 1.4. "The Housewife Terrorists." Incomplete.

Side 1.4. Audio letter. Sy Adler to Pete Seeger. Includes the songs "Time Enough" and "The Old Goat Song."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9493

Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9493

Side 1.1. ["I'm-A Sitting on the Side of the Road."]

Side 1.2. ["I Spent Many a-Day's in the Growing Land."]

Side 1.3. ["I Have Place to Walk to."]

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9494

Steve Forbert. Willie Nile. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9494

Side 1.1. "The Oil Song (Oil, Oil, Oil),"  Steve Forbert. Dub.

Side 1.2. "I Got a Girl,"  Willie Nile. Dub.

Side 2.1. "Tonight I Feel So Far Away From Home,"  Steve Forbert. Dub.

Side 2.2. "Across the River,"  Willie Nile. Dub.

Side 2.3. "International Espionage,"  Willie Nile. Live. Dub.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9495

Mark Spoelstra. Patrick Sky. Stan Jay. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9495

Side 1.1. "White Winged Dove,"  Mark Spoelstra. Dub.

Side 1.2. "Ballad of 12th Avenue,"  Mark Spoelstra. Dub.

Side 1.3. "Talking Socialized Anti-Undertaker Blues,"  Patrick Sky.

Side 1.4. "Nectar of God,"  Patrick Sky.

Side 2.1. "Buck Dancer's Choice,"  Stan Jay.

Side 2.2. "Changes,"  Stan Jay. Instrumental.

Side 2.3. "Gorpus Morpus #2,"  Stan Jay.

Side 2.4. Biography program on Will Rogers. Mike Wallace.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9496

Will McLean. Malvina Reynolds. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9496

Side 1.1. Talking.

Side 1.2. "Cush Holston,"  Will McLean. Incomplete. Dub.

Side 1.3. Incomplete unidentified dub.

Side 1.4. "Seminole,"  Will McLean. Incomplete. Dub.

Side 1.5. "Seminole,"  Will McLean. Incomplete. Dub.

Side 1.6. Talking.

Side 2.1. "I Don't Mind Failing,"  Malvina Reynolds.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9497

Elaine White. Various dubs. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9497

Side 1.1. French song. Dub.

Side 1.2. "Sister Divine,"  Garland Jeffreys. Incomplete. Dub.

Side 1.3. "The Time Will Come,"  Elaine White. Incomplete.

Side 1.4. "Just for Fun," Unidentified artist. Incomplete.

Side 1.5. Spoken word. Dub.

Side 1.6. "Sister Divine,"  Garland Jefferys. Incomplete. Dub.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9498

Sis Cunningham. Mike Millius. Wesley Houston. Sundown. Tape 1. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9498

Side 1.1. "Sundown,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.2. "How Can You Keep on Movin',"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.3. "Evicted Tenant,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.4. "Oil Derrick by West Tulsa,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.5. "Mister Congressman,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.6. "No More Store-Bought Teeth,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.7. "Strange Things Happenin',"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.8. "In the Merry Month of May."  Sis Cunningham, Mike Millius, and Wesley Houston.

Side 1.9. "Wild Rippling Waters."

Side 1.10. Sound collage.

Side 1.11. Sound collage.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9499

Sis Cunningham. Mike Millius. Sundown Tape 2. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9499

Side 1.1. "My Oklahoma Home,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.2. "Jay Gould's Daughter,"  Sis Cunningham and Mike Millius.

Side 1.3. "Send Word to the Pilot,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.4. "Fayette County,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.5. "Have You Written a Song?...I Have,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.6. "Great Dust Storm,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.7. Sound collage. Sis Cunningham and Mike Millius.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9500

Len Chandler. Large group at a party. Unidentified recordings. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9500

Side 1.1. Piano playing with a party in the background. Len Chandler.

Side 1.2. "Follow," Unidentified artist. Len Chandler.

Side 1.3. Piano playing with a party in the background. Len Chandler.

Side 1.4. Piano playing with a party in the background. Len Chandler.

Side 1.5. Piano playing with a party in the background. Len Chandler.

Side 1.6. Group Singing at a party.

Side 1.7. Group Singing at a party.

Side 1.8. Group Singing at a party.

Side 1.9. "Auld Lang Sine," Group Singing at a party. Len Chandler in Conversation.

Side 1.10. Group Singing at a party.

Side 1.11. Piano playing with a party in the background. Len Chandler.

Side 1.12. Piano playing with a party in the background. Len Chandler.

Side 1.13. Len Chandler singing a cappella . Piano playing with a party in the background.

Side 1.14. Piano playing with a party in the background. Len Chandler.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9501

Ron Turner. December 1976. Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9501

Side 1.1. ["Take These Boots Hunting,"] Ron Turner.

Side 1.2. "El Señ or,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.3. ["I'm Only Riding for the Song,"] Ron Turner.

Side 1.4. Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Dubbed from FT-9539.

Side 1.5. Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Dubbed from FT-9539.

Side 1.6. Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Dubbed from FT-9538.

Side 1.7. Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Dubbed from FT-9538.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9502

Ron Turner. Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9502

Side 1.1. "For the Seasons,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.2. "Blind Man's Cup,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.3. "Hills of Tennessee,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.4. "Rollin' to the Border,"  Ron Turner.

Side 2.1. "The Mouse and the Sausage."  Letter to Pete Seeger. Unidentified artist.

Side 2.2. "Young Harry Johnston," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.3. "Hager Gordon," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.4. ["Wine Song,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 2.5. Audio letter to Pete Seeger. Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9503

Ron Turner. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9503

Side 1.1. "Katy."

Side 1.2. "A Dollar An Hour".

Side 1.3. "A Dollar An Hour" Several false starts.

Side 1.4. "A Dollar An Hour".

Side 1.5. Children playing with the tape recorder.

Side 2.1. "Black Ace."

Side 2.2. "Foggy Mountain Blues."

Side 2.3. "Annie's Alley."

Side 2.4. "Mother Taught Me How to Play."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9504

Ron Turner. Side 1L: Home recordings. Side 1R: Studio outtakes. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9504

Side 1L.1. ["Take These Boots Hunting."]

Side 1L.2. ["It Ain't So Bad."]

Side 1L.3. ["It Ain't So Bad."]

Side 1L.4. ["It Ain't So Bad."]

Side 1L.5. "Ballad of Nate Champion."

Side 1L.6. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" Instrumental.

Side 1L.7. "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" Instrumental.

Side 1L.8. "I Ride an Old Paint." Incomplete. Instrumental.

Side 1L.9. "I Ride an Old Paint." Instrumental.

Side 1L.10. "Long Forgotten Trails."

Side 1L.11. ["One Foolish Kid From Texas."]

Side 1L.12. "Ordinary Man."

Side 1R.1. ["Take These Boots Hunting."]

Side 1R.2. "Sick of the Blues."

Side 1R.3. "Blind Man's Cup." Incomplete.

Side 1R.4. "Blind Man's Cup."

Side 1R.5. "Close to You."

Side 1R.6. "Crime on Buffalo Creek." Incomplete.

Side 1R.7. "Crime on Buffalo Creek."

Side 1R.8. "Ballad of Frank Wills." False start.

Side 1R.9. "Ballad of Frank Wills."

Side 1R.10. "Alberta."

Side 1R.11. "Why Is It I've Got You?"

Side 1R.12. "Blind Man's Cup."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9505

Ron Turner. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9505

Side 1.1. "Rollin' to the Border."

Side 1.2. "The Bold Desperado."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9506

Ron Turner. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9506

Side 1. "The Battle of Frank Clearwater."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9507

Ron Turner. Gordon Friesen. 13 March 1973. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9507

Side 1.1. "A Dollar an Hour,"  Ron Turner

Side 1.2. "The Bold Desperado,"  Ron Turner

Side 1.3. "L.B.J./Rye Whiskey."  Ron Turner and Gordon Friesen. Improvisation.

Side 1.4. Talking.

Side 2.1. "The Ballad of Bill Guthrie,"  Ron Turner

Side 2.2. Piano music. "Moonlight Sonata."  Beethoven.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9508

Ron Turner and Bill Carmichael. 9 November 1974. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9508

Side 1.1. Talking.

Side 1.2. "Ballad of Frank Wills,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.3. "Carolina Morning,"  Bill Carmichael. 9 November 1974.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9509

Lee Underwood. Mark Spoelstra. Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9509

Side 1.1. ["You Got to Hold on Tight,"] Lee Underwood.

Side 1.2. ["It's the only Way," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.3. ["Fishin' Song"] Unidentified artist.

Side 2.1. "Hello, Fare Thee Well,"  Lee Underwood.

Side 2.2. "Two Kinds of Birds,"  Lee Underwood.

Side 2.3. "Lonesome Is a Man Called Me,"  Lee Underwood.

Side 2.4. "The Beak and the Claws of Time,"  Lee Underwood.

Side 2.5. "No Name Man,"  Lee Underwood.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9510

Sammy Walker. Unidentified artist. 27 March 1975. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9510

Side 1.1. "The Grand Parade."

Side 1.2. "A Simple Hour Operation."

Side 1.3. "Talkin' Woman's Lib."

Side 1.4. "Decoration on the Wall."

Side 1.5. "Brown Eyed Georgia Darling."

Side 1.6. "Ain't She Sweet?" Unidentified artist. Dub.

Side 1.7. ["What's the Use (A Hundred Years From Now)."] Dub.

Side 1.8. "Rye Whiskey,"  Gid Tanner and the Skillet Lickers. Moonshine drama.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9511

Sammy Walker. 1975. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9511

Side 1. "Licence to Kill."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9512

Sammy Walker. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9512

Side 1.1. "Graveyard in the Sky."

Side 1.2. "What Makes Grown Ups the Way They Are?"

Side 1.3. "No Depression in the White House."

Side 1.4. "I Ask You This One Question."

Side 1.5. "Ode to the Guru."

Side 1.6. "The Eviction of Amos Morgan."

Side 1.7. "Brown Eyed Georgia Darlin'."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9513

Sammy Walker. Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9513

Side 1.1. "Song for Patty." Dub.

Side 1.2. "The Testimony of a Dying Lady." Dub.

Side 1.3. ["When they Finish That Old Railway Line,"] Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9514

Sammy Walker. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9514

Side 1.1. "Rebel Without a Cross."

Side 1.2. "Five Days at Sea."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9515

Sammy Walker. Dubs. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9515

Side 1.1. "Ballad of Johnny Strozier."

Side 2.1. "Song For Patty." Dub.

Side 2.2. "Ragamuffin minstrel Boy." Dub.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9516

Side 1: Sammy Walker. Side 2: Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9516

Side 1.1. "Song for Patty."

Side 1.2. "Funny Farm Blues."

Side 1.3. "Ragamuffin Minstrel Boy."

Side 1.4. "The East Colorado Dam."

Side 1.5. "Talkin' Skydivin' Nitemare Blues."

Side 1.6. "Little New Jersey Town."

Side 1.7. "I Ain't Got Time To Kill."

Side 2.1. ["Open the Doors Businessmen,"] Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9517

A. J. Weberman interviewed by Gordon Friesen. 1968. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9517

Side 1. Friesen and Weberman discuss the Joan Baez  Any Day Now album, an album of Dylan covers. Weberman feels that Baez understands some of the songs, which are, in turn, successful. Other songs, like the material from John Wesley Harding , are not understood by Baez and, therefore, unsuccessful. They discuss the Basement Tapes. Weberman talks about Dylan's "clues." Weberman interprets "Dear Landlord" as being about him, and says that it is silly for Baez to sing it. There is general discussion of Weberman's take on specific cuts on the album. Weberman comments on Dylan having the capacity for writing nasty lyrics. Weberman comments on songs being written about Joan Baez. Weberman interprets "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands" as a song about America. Weberman characterizes "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands" as a negative song and questions Baez for choosing it because she has been quoted as saying that she didn't want to record any of Dylan's mean songs. Weberman performs a line-by-line analysis of "Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands." Weberman offers a general criticism of the Baez album. Weberman provides an analysis of the meaning behind the lyrics in "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere." There is a subsequent discussion of "Restless Farewell." Weberman claims to have listened to this song 1700 times, and he says that he still can't make sense of it.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9518

Side 1: Will McLean. Side 2: A. J. Weberman interviewed by Gordon Friesen. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9518

Side 1.1. "Hold Back the Waters."

Side 1.2. "Wild Hog."

Side 1.3. "Sugarfoot."

Side 1.4. "Birmingham Jail." To the tune of "Down in the Valley."

Side 2. Weberman talks about how Dylan's poetry has changed. Weberman provides an analysis of the lyrics of "John Wesley Harding." He interprets the song as being about Dylan (Dylan is Harding). He cites "Harding" as an example of Dylan's "new poetry." Weberman comments on other tracks included on John Wesley Harding. Weberman feels that popular music is lacking; he then says that there are two types of criticism: his criticism and everyone else's. Weberman says that critics need to specialize on specific artists that use irony. Weberman talks about steps that a critic needs to take in order to properly interpret Dylan's songs. He lists listening, reading, and an understanding of drug nomenclature. Weberman says that Dylan's change in style is representative of a diverging lifestyle. There is a long discussion of the change in Dylan, the motorcycle accident, etc. The interview concludes with a textual analysis of "Quinn the Eskimo."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9519

Colin Wilkie. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9519

Side 1.1. "One More City."

Side 1.2. "Drums of Morning."

Side 1.3. "Willow and Rue."

Side 1.4. "The National Seven."

Side 1.5. "Lament (for a Still Born Child)."

Side 1.6. "Red Wine."

Side 1.7. "Put Your Hand In Mine."

Side 1.8. "The Victors."

Side 1.9. "The Islands."

Side 2.1. "George Barker."

Side 2.2. "Road Buddy."

Side 2.3. "Where Were You In the War."

Side 2.4. "Down In Your Mines."

Side 2.5. "Red Is the Rowan Tree."

Side 2.6. "Wat Tyler."

Side 2.7. "Bells of London."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9520

Bob Dylan. Unidentified artist. Dubs. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9520

Side 1.1. Audio letter to Pete Seeger. Unidentified speaker.

Side 1.2. "The Times they are a Changin',"  Bob Dylan. Dub.

Side 1.3. "When the Ship comes In,"  Bob Dylan. Dub.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9521

Alexander Campbell. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9521

Side 1. "I've Been on the Road So Long." Dub.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9522

Songs sung in Japanese. Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9522

Side 1.1. "In That Cursed Morning of Hiroshima."

Side 1.2. "Far Away In the Mariana Sea."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9523

Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9523

Side 1. "Going Down That Street Feeling Good."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9524

Sis Cunningham. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9524

Side 1.1. "My Oklahoma Home."

Side 1.2. "My Oklahoma Home."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9525

Sis Cunningham. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9525

Side 1. "How Can You Keep On Moving?"

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9526

Unidentified artists. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9526

Side 1.1. ["Jesus Christ Was a Republican."]

Side 1.2. ["Field hands and Farmers."]

Side 1.3. ["Ain't No Two Ways About it."]

Side 1.4. "Snake-Bite Poison."

Side 1.5. ["I Feel That Cold Wind Blowing Again."]

Side 1.6. ["I Can Never Go Back Home Again."]

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9528

Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9528

Side 1.1. "Silent Winds."

Side 1.2. "Some Place."

Side 2.1. "Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair."

Side 2.2. ["Sweet Dreams."]

Side 2.3. ["Whenever Things Go Wrong."]

Side 2.4. ["The Look of Love."]

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9529

Herbert Anderson. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9529

Side 1.1. "The Dirty Blackstone River."

Side 1.2. "The Dirty Blackstone River."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9530

Jane Friesen and children. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9530

Side 1. Talking.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9531

Malvina Reynolds. Dubs of studio recordings. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9531

Side 1.1. "The Little Red Hen."

Side 1.2. "There's a Bottom Below."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9532

Jane Friesen. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9532

Side 1.1. Readings from Alice in Wonderland .

Side 1.2. Readings from Alice in Wonderland .

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9533

Larry Estridge. [Melle]. Labeled Tape 4. WBAI Radio, New York. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9533

Side 1.1. "Train (Jail House Blues),"  Larry Estridge.

Side 1.2. Spoken word. Conversation about Attica, Vietnam veterans, etc.

Side 1.3. ["Drug Song,"] [Melle.]

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9534

Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9534

Side 1. ["So Sad One Friday."]

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9535

Ron Turner. Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9535

Side 1.1. "Ballad of Joe Campos Torres,"  "Ron Turner." Incomplete.

Side 1.2. French song. Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9536

Phil Ochs. Concert at Vassar College. Poughkeepsie, N.Y.  1974. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9536

Side 1.1. "Cross My Heart."

Side 1.2. "The Marines Have Landed on the Shores of Santo Domingo."

Side 1.3. "Flower Lady."

Side 1.4. "I'm Gonna Say It Now."

Side 1.5. "There But For Fortune."

Side 1.6. "Give My Love To Rose."

Side 1.6. "Sing Me Back Home."

Side 1.8. "There But For Fortune."

Side 1.9. "Outside of a Small Circle of Friends."

Side 1.10. "Crucifixion."

Side 1.11. "Changes."

Side 1.12. "The Party."

Side 1.13. "Pleasures of the Harbor."

Side 1.14. "Pretty Smart On My Part."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9537

Side 1: Phil Ochs. Side 2: Matt McGinn. SC 1. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9537

Side 1.1. "Where There's a Will."

Side 1.2. "Ballad of the Cuban Invasion."

Side 1.3. "Freedom Riders."

Side 1.4. "A.M.A. Song."

Side 1.5. "Bullets of Mexico (Jarmillo)."

Side 1.6. "Monroe Town."

Side 1.7. "Viet Nam."

Side 1.8. "Ballad of US Steel."

Side 1.9. "Time Was."

Side 1.10. "Ballad of Paul Krump."

Side 1.11. "I Like Hitler."

Side 1.12. "Ballad of Billy Sol."

Side 2.1. "What Color Is the Lord's Skin."

Side 2.2. "Gaelic Song."

Side 2.3. "If It Wasn't for the Union."

Side 2.4. "He's Been In Trouble Too."

Side 2.5. "My Father Was Born a Hebrew."

Side 2.6. "Before I Joined the Union."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9538

Phil Ochs interviews. Side 1: Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Part 1. Side 2: Phil Ochs intervewed by Izzy Young. 4 September 1968. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9538

Side 1. Interview. Friesen begins the interview by recalling Ochs's feeling that the standards in the recording industry have dropped since 1965. Ochs recalls his position, both by remembering his 1965 comments and recalling how he felt during the 1965 interview. According to Ochs, there is a direct correlation between the decline of music and the overall decline of the nation. Ochs cites Dylan's Blonde On Blonde, Donovan's Sunshine Superman, and Tim Hardin's first album as examples of what he considers to be a peak in the output of the music industry. Ochs talks about the excitement "on the street" in 1965 and he claims that the aesthetic is much different in 1968. Ochs discusses the spread of the folk revival through the Midwest and to the West Coast. Ochs discusses the San Francisco movement, the Monterey Pop Festival, etc. Ochs discusses communal art verses private agony. He says that the music that was a result of the San Francisco movement was based on the idea communal art which is difficult to reproduce on recordings. Ochs compares this with the New York movement, which is based on the private feelings of artists. Ochs feels that the music from the New York movement has much greater potential. Ochs turns to a discussion of the death of radio in 1958. He believes that this is when the first wave of Rock and Roll became commercialized and was no longer able to provoke ideas. He attributes the birth of the folk revival to this death of rock. Next, according to Ochs, was the movement in which songwriters from the Midwest moved to New York. This set the stage for the protest song movement. Ochs feels that the next important milestone in the topical song lineage is the entrance of Dylan in 1965. He sees a parallel between the current time (1968) and the original death of rock (in 1958). Ochs feels that record companies are de-legitimizing this once revolutionary style, introduced by Bob Dylan and the Byrds in 1965, by supporting similar sounding groups that have a higher commercial value and less to offer in terms of content. In other words, in 1968 there are few bands that have an artistic leg to stand on. Ochs speaks about psychedelic groups; he describes them as emblematic of the confusion in modern music. He says that Dylan is now operating on a low level of lyric writing and his early style has not been equaled or surpassed. Ochs makes a comparison between older and more recent John Wayne movies. He says that technology has taken over these movies at the cost of quality. He says that the difference between these John Wayne movies is similar to the difference between older and more modern music. The recent death of three astronauts serves as another example of how modern society has changed. "The climate for creating seems to sink lower and lower every day," says Ochs. Ochs states that commercial releases of musical recordings are important because of their accessibility; they are much cheaper to make and distribute than books or movies. In this way, according to Ochs, a recording is a better vehicle for the dissemination of ideas. Friesen asks why this musical modernization is taking place and makes a case that music is suffering due to a lack of formalized criticism. Friesen cites examples of Irwin Silber condemning Dylan, and Paul Elson praising Dylan. Ochs agrees that the lack of good criticism is a problem; he calls Bob Shelton a publicizer and one of the crowd. Ochs chronicles a second wave of criticism, mainly referring to Crawdaddy Magazine, and says that many of these critics are do not maintain an effective critical stance from their subject matter. Friesen asks about the need for self-criticism in artists. He asks Ochs about Dylan turning his back on the topical song movement. There is a long discussion of Dylan and his future artistic path. Ochs changes the subject to the movement moving to the West Coast, specifically to the Warner Brothers record label. Ochs talks about how the move to California may affect the music. There is a discussion of Ochs's disappointment with Elektra records and the New York record companies, in general. Friesen says that Ochs is one of only two singers, Tom Paxton being the other, that hasn't sold out. Ochs insists that he has sold out - with the Pleasures of the Harbor album. Ochs says that he and Judy Collins have sold out by going classical. According to Ochs, his new album is an attempt to make the music match the quality of his standard for lyric writing. Ochs says that he attempted to make the music of "Crucifixion" chaotic in order to reflect the subject matter of assassination. Similarly, "In a Small Circle of Friends" is about "the disregard for human life" and "the unreal", and a honky-tonk piano is used to represent this. Ochs says that his next album is going to be about the spiritual decline of America, he plans to bring the words to the foreground of these new songs. Ochs speaks of the reception of the Pleasures of the Harbor album. He talks about his poetry. Friesen asks about the influence of Woody Guthrie and asks Ochs to speak about the tribute to Guthrie at Carnegie Hall. Ochs recalls that he was upset by not being asked to be involved in the Guthrie tribute as well as the Newport Movie. Ochs talks about the new writers on the scene, viewing them as small businessmen instead of creative artists.

Side 2.1. German song. "Soldat, Soldat."

Side 2.2. German song.

Side 2.3. Interview. Izzy Young asks about folksinger presence at the Chicago Democratic National Convention. Ochs says that most folk singers are scared and do not see publicity potential, so they do not go. Young asks about Ochs's performance in Chicago. They talk about Country Joe and the Fish. Young asks general questions about the convention. Ochs says that the "black" presence was much stronger than usual. Ochs discusses his feelings about the state of the country. Young and Ochs discuss the Chicago mayor Richard Daley and his role in controlling the convention. They question McCarthy and McGovern for not speaking out. They discuss the validity of the election and who to vote for. Ochs claims that he is thinking of leaving the country because he is so disgusted in the government. Young firmly argues that leaving the country doesn't help; he says that it is running away from the problem. They discuss possible places to live that would be more desirable than the United States. They talk about Mao and his actions foreshadowing those that have been recently happening in America. The discussion turns to Newport. They discuss American resistance or revolution. Young asks about Yugoslavia, and wonders whether or not America may echo their revolution. They discuss specific politicians and Ochs champions Robert Kennedy. Young argues against Robert Kennedy. Ochs is stuck on the "problem of America," he wonders if it can ever be solved. Young asks about the role of songs in the current political movement. Young asks about Dylan as "a secret revolutionary." They disagree about whether being a secret revolutionary is possible. [A transcription of this interview is included in the Folkway Records release FH-5321].

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9539

Phil Ochs interviewed by Broadside magazine. 1968. Part 2. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9539

Side 1. Interview. Friesen asks about Ochs's 1965 predictions. The interview is interrupted several times by under-dubbed music. There is a discussion of technology and how easy it is to get a message across through the recorded medium. As an example, Ochs cites the album Songs of the Algierian Revolution verses the film The Battle of Algiers . There is a discussion of corruption of the music industry in 1955 by Dick Clark and others. Ochs recalls how, after this corruption, folk music stepped into the space left by rock. Ochs claims that this corruption eventually found its way into the folk revival. According to Ochs, everybody wanted to be the Beatles or Bob Dylan. Ochs speaks of artists "going classical" by adding instrumentation to their records verses the common notion of folk musicians leaving their roots by "going rock." Ochs discusses his critical stance; he claims that he has seen all of the music around him, including his own, flounder. Ochs discusses an argument with Dylan at the Kettle of Fish. Ochs talks about Dylan's downfall, comparing him with Michelangelo. Ochs discusses the unfair positive reviews of Dylan and cites the critic Richard Goldstein as an example of a non-objective reviewer. Ochs wishes Dylan well; he offers hope that Dylan's great writing will return. The subject turns to the assassination of John Kennedy. Ochs discusses his fear of death when performing. He discusses the way drugs have changed the vibe of the musical community. Ochs discusses the mass flight from the Elektra and Vanguard record companies. There is a general discussion of record companies and Ochs's leaving Elektra for A& M. Ochs offers praise for Moe Ashe. Ochs discusses a past conflict with Elektra that arose when the record company attempted to release a fourth Phil Ochs record without his approval. Ochs talks about Warner buying all of the folkies.

Side 2. Interview. Ochs talks about how the smaller record companies like Elektra and Vanguard are starting to act more and more like the giants. There is a long discussion of the Doors and Jack Holzman. Ochs speaks about not being asked to appear in the Woody Guthrie Tribute at Carnegie Hall. He describes sitting through the concert and being upset through the whole thing. He claims that it is possible that Woody Guthrie wouldn't have been invited to sing in his own tribute. He also mentions the Newport Folk Festival movie. He talks about Jim Garrison on the Tonight Show. Ochs considers the downfall of pop music a metaphor for the downfall of the country. He says that America is being burned alive like Virgil Grisham, the astronaut who was recently killed. Ochs discusses John Wayne; how he turned from making movies about real people to The Green Berets, which was made in cooperation with the government. He says that this is all symptomatic of the death of the nation. Friesen looks for optimism, citing the author Theodore Dreiser's idea that after a death there is always a beginning. Ochs says, "I feel myself standing in ruins." Cunningham introduces the idea of the black power movement, and cites Bernice Johnson Reagon and Rev. Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick. She asks if Ochs considers them a new direction in topical songwriting. Ochs lambastes this type of songwriting, saying that they may only be viewed as a prelude to a potentially greater thing. Ochs says that the artist should be egocentric. Ochs comments that most of the ideas conveyed in topical songs have never been converted to action. He says that the next wave of topical thought may not happen in the form of songs. He devalues the form of song and says that it doesn't matter what the next form of communication turns out to be, as long as it conveys the right kind of ideas. Ochs specifically cites Richard Goldstein's article on Bob Dylan as fraudulent. Ochs is disappointed with the growth of Electra Records. Ochs says that it may be in his better interest to not say anything but he feels compelled to do so. Friesen asks about the future of Dylan, citing John Wesley Harding as a halfway folk album. Ochs says that the politics in Dylan's music don't matter nearly as much as the life force. Ochs says that this life force has not been on the last two albums, and this is what matters most to him. Ochs is worried that Dylan is receiving unqualified praise for bad music, and this is not helping him.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9540

Phil Ochs interviewed by McGowen. Ochs is under the pseudonym John Butler Train. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9540

Side 1.1. Interview. Background talking, putting a record on the turntable, getting a guitar out of the case, etc. Ochs is strumming the guitar. Ochs talks about a concert at Belleview mental ward. Ochs complains of not having a singing voice. After much conversation they listen to "Power and the Glory."

Side 1.2. "The Power and the Glory." Dub. With background talking and noise that is barely audible.

Side 1.3. Interview. Ochs is intoxicated and hardly able to speak. He speaks casually about his mental state and about life and death. Ochs strums and talks. He talks about Phil Ochs in the third person; he says that he killed himself with alcohol. He talks about Victor Jara and Muhammad Ali. He is intent on defining his alter ego, Train. He speaks of Train's activities, implying that these are things that Ochs would not do. Ochs talks about Ramsey Clark and George Wallace.

Side 1.4. Interview. More discussion of Clark and Wallace, and Muhammad Ali. Ochs discusses drinking and alcoholism. He talks about trying to become friends with Dylan. He asks the interviewer for money and says he needs to go to the Commodore Hotel.

Side 1.5. "The Ballad of Sonny Liston (The Invisible Punch)."

Side 1.6. Interview. More rambling. Ochs and the interviewer prepare to leave.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9541

Phil Ochs. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9541

Side 1. "Kansas City Bomber." Dub.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9542

Eric Andersen. Pete Seeger. SC 22. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9542

Side 1.1. "Feeling the Way I do,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.2. "By the Bay of Mexico,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.3. "I am a Stranger to This Country,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.4. "The Long Grass Waters,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.5. "Time for My Return,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.6. "Old Hobo,"  Eric Andersen.

1.7. Pete Seeger dictation to Sis Cunningham, part 1. Sing Out! Columns.Tape begins mid-letter. (1) A letter about folk singing and guitar playing at summer camps; this letter focuses on the importance of libraries in learning folksongs. (2) An extra paragraph to attach to a previous letter (with a Mark Twain quote; the paragraph pertains to making up words. (3) A letter from Johnny Appleseed, Jr., about Vivian Richman singing at Duquesne University. (4) A note to Irwin Silber pertaining to a letter from Lee Hays ("The Newfangled Hays System Unreadable Version of Music"). (5) A letter from Johnny Appleseed, Jr., about writers aiming to be published instead of expressing themselves. (6) A letter from Johnny Appleseed, Jr., about John Cohen reporting on Joan O'Brien at the University of Wichita.

Side 2.1. Pete Seeger dictation to Sis Cunningham, part 2. Sing Out! Columns. [1963?]. (1) A new paragraph for the "making up words" column pertaining to inspiration in poetry. (2) A letter to Tony Davis thanking him for using his piece on Woody Guthrie and giving him a tip on where to find more information on Guthrie ( London Times  November 1961). (3) A letter from Johnny Appleseed, Jr., about Bob Dylan recording in Nashville and being asked to reduce his participation in the performance. (4) A letter from Johnny Appleseed, Jr., about Wynn Strackey (Old Towne School of Folk Music, Chicago) developing a new kind of get-together called a "gatherall." (5) A note to Irwin Silber: Seeger wants Dick Chase to transcribe a tape recording of one of his performances. (6) A letter from Johnny Appleseed, Jr.: An introduction to previously written article (attach to Wynn Strackey's letter). (7) A letter from Johnny Appleseed, Jr., about copyrighting songs, or not copyrighting songs if you keep your run small. (8) A note to Irwin Silber permitting him to choose only the material he wants for Johnny Appleseed, Jr., column. (9) A letter from Johnny Appleseed, Jr., remembering a conversation with Harry Barnhart about community choruses. (10) A memo to Irwin Silber about a collection of children's songs that Harold Leaventhal has. Seeger wants Sing Out! to write a story about it. (11) A letter from Johnny Appleseed, Jr., about "Why are folksingers liberal?" This is about singers making money (or not making money). (12) A letter to Irwin Silber about printing a story called "Folk Music on 16mm Film." Also concerning a possible folk music film festival in New York City. (13) A new introduction to "Folk Music on 16mm Film." This concerns putting the article together and looking for films to combine into an article (there were too many films to account for). An addendum about reviews. An epilogue inviting readers to send information about 16mm films. Instructions to send carbon copies and a cover letter to Tom Brandon.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9543

Phil Ochs. Gil Turner. 9 January 1963. SC 3. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9543

Side 1.1. "When First Unto this Country,"  Phil Ochs. Checking the sound quality on the recording equipment.

Side 1.2. "When First Unto this Country,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.3. "I'll Be There,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.4. "Ballad of Alferd Packer,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.5. "Don't Think Twice, It's Alright,"  Gil Turner.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9544

Phil Ochs. 6 September 1963. SC 17. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9544

Side 1.1. "Automation Song."

Side 1.2. "Talking Vietnam."

Side 1.3. "There But For Fortune."

Side 1.4. "They Were Ready For that Day." Lyrics incomplete.

Side 1.5. "Bound For Glory."

Side 1.6. "Hunger and Cold."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9545

Side 1: Broadside Hoot 3. 3 January 1965. Gil Turner. Freedom School Singers of Holly Springs, Missippi. Patrick Sky. Richard Farina. Mimi Farina. Tom Paxton. [Fred Hellerman.] Side 2: Pete Seeger dictation to Sis Cunningham. 7 December 1964. Tape 1. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9545

Side 1.1. "Tappin' On the Window,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 1.2. "I Got the Light of Freedom,"  Freedom School Singers of Holly Springs, Mississippi.

Side 1.3. "The S.N.C.C. Song,"  Freedom School Singers of Holly Springs, Mississippi.

Side 1.4. "That's How Strong My Love Is,"  Freedom School Singers of Holly Springs, Mississippi.

Side 1.5. "Carry It On,"  Gil Turner.

Side 1.6. "Separation Blues,"  Patrick Sky.

Side 1.7. "Piper Song (The Rats),"  Richard Farina.

Side 1.8. "Michael, Andrew and James,"  Richard Farina and Mimi Farina.

Side 1.9. "Happy Go Lucky," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.10. "Negro With a Mustache," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.11. "Mercy Was the Last Thing On My Mind," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.12. "Bottle of Wine,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2. Pete Seeger dictation to Sis Cunningham. 7 December 1964. (1) Mid-letter to Dina Hersch about a statue of Woody Guthrie and Ledbelly. (2) A letter to Bruce Jackson (Harvard Society of Fellows) thanking him for the tape. Seeger suggests that one of the songs may be printed in Sing Out! . This letter also mentions a film, a Newport Folk Festival grant and Nagra tape machines. (3) A letter to Maurice McCracken about writing letters to folksingers; Seeger suggests that he write letters to other folksingers. (4) A letter to Henry Wilcox thanking him for a log and color photographs (sailing). General information about the Seeger family and their well-being. (5) A letter to Wynn Strackey apologizing for not getting the letter in about the "gatheralls." (6) A letter to Photographic Enterprises Guild inquiring about a cardboard frame for photographs. (7) A letter to Sally Goldin: Seeger sends his regrets about not being able to sing for her group. (8) A letter to Harold Leventhal: Seeger is looking for a place to sing for a large group of campers in upstate New York.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9546

Broadside Hoot 3. 3 January 1965. Phil Ochs. Pete Seeger. Peter La Farge. Eric Andersen. Richard Farina. Tom Paxton. Gil Turner. Son House. Tape 2. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9546

Side 1.1. "The Power and Glory,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.2. "Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.3. "Here's to the State of Mississippi,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.4. "In the Mines," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.5. "Now that Our Battle Is Known."

Side 1.6. "All Mixed Up,"  Pete Seeger.

Side 1.7. "Drums,"  Peter La Farge.

Side 1.8. "One New War," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.9. "Nobody Can Lift That Heavy Stone," Female singer.

Side 1.10. "Didn't Mean to Make You So Mad,"  Eric Andersen and Richard Farina.

Side 1.11. "Fare Thee Well Cisco,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.12. "One Way Ticket,"  Richard Farina and Mimi Farina.

Side 1.13. "I'm Champion at Keepin' Em Rolling,"  Gil Turner.

Side 1.14. "Lullaby on Third Avenue,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.15. "President Kennedy,"  Son House.

Side 1.16. ["Why Didn't You Tell Me So?"] Son House.

Side 1.17. "My Land's a Good Land,"  Eric Andersen.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9547

Broadside Hoot 3. 3 January 1965. Phil Ochs. Eric Andersen. Len Chandler. John Berger. Jack Elliott. Patrick Sky. Barbara Dane. Tom Paxton. Pete Seeger. Tape 3. SC 32. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9547

Side 1.1. "I Should Have Known Better,"  Phil Ochs and Eric Andersen.

Side 1.2. "I Need a Job,"  Len Chandler.

Side 1.3. "I'm Going to Get My Baby Out of Jail,"  Len Chandler.

Side 1.4. "If You Don't Look Around,"  John Berger.

Side 1.5. "1913 Massacre,"  Ramblin' Jack Elliott.

Side 1.6. "Mahogany Row,"  Patrick Sky.

Side 1.7. "It Isn't Nice,"  Barbara Dane.

Side 1.8. "Carry It On,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.9. Closing remarks from Pete Seeger.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9548

Phil Ochs. 1965. SC 25B. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9548

Side 1.1. Brief banjo music.

Side 1.2. Phil Ochs interview with Gordon Friesen and Sis Cunningham. Dubbed from FT-9539.

Side 2.1. "Is There Anybody Here?"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.2. "Cops of the World,"  Phil Ochs.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9549

Phil Ochs. Hank Shiffler and group. Joe August. Tom Paxton. Len Chandler. 11 August 1963. SC 25. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9549

Side 1.1. Chord progression to "Ringing of the Revolution,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.2. "Motherless Child,"  Hank Shiffler and group.

Side 1.3. "Swing Low Sweet Chariot,"  Hank Shiffler and group.

Side 1.4. "Long John,"  Hank Shiffler and group.

Side 1.5. "Cathedral Walls,"  "I'm Gonna Say It Now,"  Phil Ochs. Both incomplete.

Side 1.6. Chord progression to "We Seek No Wider War,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 1.7. "Do Not Break the Boy,"  Joe August.

Side 1.8. "Dogs of Alabama,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.9. "Great Mail Robbery,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 1.10. "The Willing Conscript,"  Tom Paxton.

Side 2.1. "The Answer to Gamblin' Willie,"  Len Chandler.

Side 2.2. "I'm On My Last Go Round,"  Len Chandler.

Side 2.3. "Feet First Baby,"  Len Chandler.

Side 2.4. "We Seek No Wider War,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.5. "Bracero,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.6. "Ringing of Revolution,"  Phil Ochs. Incomplete.

Side 2.7. Chord progression to "Days of Decision,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.8. "Love Me I'm a Liberal,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.9. Chord progression to "Love Me I'm a Liberal,"  Phil Ochs.

Side 2.10. Chord progression to "The Cannons of Christianity,"  Phil Ochs.

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9550

Eric Andersen. Tom Parrott. Pete Seeger. [Possibly Steve. D. Boylan. Terence Boylan. John Boylan.] SC 26. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9550

Side 1.1. "Don't Start Me to Talking,"  Eric Andersen. Piano and Harmonica.

Side 1.2. "It Hurts Me, Too,"  Eric Andersen. Piano and Harmonica.

Side 1.3. "Long Time Troubled Road,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.4. "Thirsty Boots,"  Eric Andersen.

Side 1.5. Pete Seeger dictation to Sis Cunningham. A letter to Madelon Snoeks regarding a letter she sent to Folkways Records. Seeger gives her advice about finding records and playing the banjo.

Side 1.6. Unidentified song. Eric Andersen and unidentified singer. Blues jam. Piano, guitar, and harmonica.

Side 1.7. "Don't Come Round My Door,"  Eric Andersen. Blues jam. Piano, guitar, and harmonica.

Side 1.8. "The Day I Got Married,"  Eric Andersen. Blues jam. Piano, guitar, and harmonica.

Side 1.9. "I Don't Want to See Nobody,"  Eric Andersen. Blues jam. Piano, guitar, and harmonica.

Side 1.10. "Rollin' and Tumblin',"  Eric Andersen. Blues jam. Piano, guitar, and harmonica.

Side 1.11. "Long Time Gone,"  Eric Andersen and unidentified singer. Blues jam. Piano, guitar, and harmonica.

Side 1.12. "Instrumental Blues (Blues in C),"  Eric Andersen and unidentified guitarist. Blues jam. Piano, guitar, and harmonica.

Side 1.13. "Big Boss Man,"  Eric Andersen and unidentified guitarist. Blues jam. Piano, guitar, and harmonica.

Side 1.14. "Instrumental Blues,"  Eric Andersen and unidentified guitarist. Blues jam. Piano, guitar, and harmonica. With conversation about Andersen's next recording project.

Side 1.15. "Rock Me Baby,"  Eric Andersen and unidentified guitarist. Blues jam. Piano, guitar, and harmonica. Portion of song and discussion about Muddy Waters.

Side 1.16. "The Cartoon Rag," Unidentified artist. Large discussion about guitar picking with examples interspersed.

Side 1.17. Discussion and guitar noodling. Eric Andersen and unidentified artist.

Side 1.18. Pete Seeger dictation to Sis Cunningham. Seeger discusses a trip around the world with his family.

Side 2.1. "Thirsty Boots,"  Eric Andersen. Spoken chord progression.

Side 2.2. "That's What I Hear," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.3. "The Winds and the Rain and the Years," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.4. ["Friendship Song,"] Unidentified artist.

Side 2.5. "Now That Our Battle Is Known," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.6. "How Can You Be So Blind?"  Tom Parrott.

Side 2.7. "I Love You All,"  Tom Parrott.

Side 2.8. "Many Windowed Night," Tom Parrott.

Side 2.9. Pete Seeger dictation to Sis Cunningham. (1) The end of a letter to Paul Nelson. (2) A letter to Chester Williams thanking him for the Christmas card and photos. (3) Seeger forwards a talking blues song called "The Silent Guilty Ones" to Cunningham for consideration. (4) A Letter to Steven Copeland about guitar guides. (5) Seeger instructs Cunningham to send a dollar to the Museum of Modern Art in New York to buy the catalog for the exhibit "Architecture Without Architects."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9551

Malvina Reynolds. SC 110. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9551

Side 1.1. "It's Hard to Get a War These Days."

Side 1.2. "Little Bitty Mama."

Side 1.3. "The Wise Men."

Side 1.4. "Do As the Doukhobors Do."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9552

Pete Seeger. Leadbelly script and songs. Hawaii. 22 August 1963. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9552

Side 1.1. Pete Seeger dictation to Sis Cunningham. (1) A letter to Michelle Bain about her playing the banjo. (2) Seeger forwards a song called the "Talking Torrance Blues" and suggests that Cunningham print it in Broadside. (3) Seeger requests that Cunningham send a paragraph to Mickey Miller about Topanga. (4) Seeger talks about the name Broadside. (5) Seeger asks about two recent copies of the Little Sandy Review. (6) Seeger dictates a note to LSR about the Alan Lomax series, specifically the song "Rosianne."

Side 1.2. Pete Seeger. Dictation to Sis Cunningham. (1) A letter to Tom Brandon about a proposed Leadbelly movie. Seeger also talks about the proposed folk film festival. (2) Letter to Taylor Sloan (Carbon to Tom Brandon) about the movie A Man Called Leadbelly. (3) Script Outline - "1st Draft, A Man Called Leadbelly." Seeger develops his ideas about the script while speaking on the tape. (Carbon to Brandon and Harold Leaventhal).

Side 1.3. "Blood Stained Banners."

SFC Audio Open Reel FT-20289/9553

Pete Seeger. Dictation to Sis Cunningham. 26 May 1963. #20289, Subseries: "1.1. Open Reel Tapes, 1962-1977." FT-20289/9553

Side 1.1. Pete Seeger. Dictation to Sis Cunningham. (1) A letter to Carlton B. Goodlett thanking him for his letter. (2) A letter to Harold Newman thanking him for sending his folksong collection. (3) Seeger submits the "Stay At Home Talking Blues." (4) A letter to Kandee Trefil, University of Illinois, commenting on a paper that she sent. Seeger suggests that she should submit a paragraph to Sing Out!. (5) A letter to Neal Campbell about his grandfather's version of the "Old Orange Flute." (6) A note to Irwin Silber suggesting that he print the "Old Orange Flute."

Side 1.2. Seeger submits a song called "Business." 2 takes.

Side 1.3. Dictation. (1) A note to Walter about the song "Business." (2) A letter to Rory McCewen in regard to verses that he sent to Seeger. Seeger gives advice about how to start touring the United States. (3) A letter to Norman Dorsen thanking him for the articles. (4) A letter to Gerald Guillementt thanking him for the letter. (5) A letter to Chet Williams regarding Seeger's trip to Australia and Chet's banjo. (6) A letter to William Holder: Seeger asks him to record himself playing banjo and send it to him. (7) A letter to Roy Guest: Seeger answers questions posed in a previous letter. (8) A letter to Sarah Gunning. (9) A letter to Genive Fox thanking her for sending addresses of women around the world. (10) A sample letter to show to Harold Leventhal. (11) A letter introducing himself to women around the world in preparation for his future trip. (12) A letter to Matt McGinn: a note apologizing for not being able to come to Edinburgh. (13) A letter to Wally Hilly. Seeger apologizes for not seeing him and thanks him for sending him an article on Cantata. (14) A post-script to a previous letter to Charles Perdue, Jr.: Seeger thanks him for sending a tape and compliments him and his wife. (15) A letter to Parney Hall commenting him on the tape he sent Seeger. Seeger gives suggestions about improving his performing and songwriting. (16) Seeger sings "Train of Life." (17) Seeger submits two tapes: "Christmas Island Blues" and a song by Leslie Hayworth. (18) Seeger sings both songs to Cunningham. (19) Seeger asks about and sings "Alder Maston." (20) Seeger suggests that Broadside publish a peace songbook. (21) A letter to Frank Leicht at Channel 13, New York suggesting a possible discussion program about the revival of folk music. (22) Letter to Robert B. Sour enclosing lead sheets from soundtracks that Seeger has worked on in the past several years.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2. Audio cassettes, 1991 and undated.

9 items.

Arrangement: original order has been maintained.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20289/5694

Assorted dubs for Gordon Friesen in the hospital. #20289, Subseries: "1.2. Audio cassettes, 1991 and undated." FS-20289/5694

Side 1.1. "New York Ain't No Place to Be,"  Joe Sadot.

Side 1.2. "Jesse James,"  Mike Millius and Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.3. "Now That the War Is Over,"  Willie Nile.

Side 1.4. "They'll Build a Statue of You,"  Mike Millius.

Side 1.5. "In the Merry Month of May,"  Mike Millius and Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.6. "Wild Rippling Waters,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.7. "Song For Patty,"  Sammy Walker.

Side 1.8. "Catcher In the Rye,"  Sammy Walker. Incomplete.

Side 2.1. "A Simple Hour Operation,"  Sammy Walker.

Side 2.2. "Catcher In the Rye,"  Sammy Walker.

Side 2.3. "Annie's Alley,"  Ron Turner.

Side 2.4. "Rollin' to the Border,"  Ron Turner.

Side 2.5. "The Worker's Song,"  Joe Sadot.

Side 2.6. Testing the recorder. "Baker Street,"  Gerry Rafferty. Incomplete.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20289/5695

Sis Cunningham. Tom McCullen. Liana Bergo. Abner Grunauer. Live. #20289, Subseries: "1.2. Audio cassettes, 1991 and undated." FS-20289/5695

Side 1.1. "Unlock the Chains,"  Tom McCullen.

Side 1.2. "You Made This Love a Teardrop,"  Liana Bergo.

Side 1.3. Announcements. Introduction of Abner Grunauer. Liana Bergo.

Side 1.4. Abner Grunauer addressing the audience.

Side 1.5. ["We Stand For Peace,"] Abner Grunauer.

Side 1.6. "Don't Take My Darling Boy Away,"  Abner Grunauer.

Side 1.7. "I Didn't Raise My Boy to be a Soldier,"  Abner Grunauer.

Side 1.8. "We Take Our Hats Off to You, Mr. Wilson,"  Abner Grunauer.

Side 1.9. Abner Grunauer addressing the audience.

Side 1.10. "Down Below,"  Abner Grunauer.

Side 1.11. Abner Grunauer addressing the audience.

Side 1.12. Introduction of Sis Cunningham. Liana Bergo.

Side 1.13. Introduction of "How Can You Keep on Moving?"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.14. "How Can You Keep on Moving,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.15. "Evicted Tenant,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.16. "Sundown,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.17. "Do You see the Huddled Masses?"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.18. "Deportee,"  Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.19. Intermission announcement. Liana Bergo.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20289/5696

Side 1: "Get Well Tape" for Gordon Friesen. Ellie Friesen. Sis Cunningham. Side 2: Unidentified artist. #20289, Subseries: "1.2. Audio cassettes, 1991 and undated." FS-20289/5696

Side 1.1. Talking.

Side 1.2. "Frozen Logger,"  Ellie Friesen and Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.3. "Miss Lucy,"  Ellie Friesen.

Side 1.4. Get well message to Gordon Friesen. Ellie Friesen.

Side 1.5. "Sunshine in the Saddle," Unidentified artist.

Side 1.6. "Nobody Needs You When the Market Is Down and Out," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.1. "Ballad of John Dillinger," Unidentified artist.

Side 2.2. ["My Wandering,"] Unidentified artist.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20289/5697

Tom Hajdukovich. #20289, Subseries: "1.2. Audio cassettes, 1991 and undated." FS-20289/5697

Side 1.1. "Break Out the Missiles, Joe."

Side 1.2. "Pete."

Side 1.3. "Just a Little Way."

Side 1.4. "I Don't Want to Die in New Jersey."

Side 1.5. Talking.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20289/5698

Carlene Jones. Live at the Royal Buck, Santa Fe, N.M.  23 November 1991. #20289, Subseries: "1.2. Audio cassettes, 1991 and undated." FS-20289/5698

Side 1.1. "Jelly Jelly."

Side 1.2. "One Meatball."

Side 1.3. "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man."

Side 1.4. "Three Time Loser."

Side 1.5. "Lady Who's Your Baby Blue."

Side 2.1. "Ain't Got No Bidness."

Side 2.2. "Summertime."

Side 2.3. "Empty Bed Blues."

Side 2.4. "Mind Your Mama."

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20289/5699

Joe Sadat. Ron Turner. Bill Doris. 1978. #20289, Subseries: "1.2. Audio cassettes, 1991 and undated." FS-20289/5699

Side 1.1. "Prisoners of War,"  Joe Sadat.

Side 2.1. "Could I Be the One,"  Ron Turner.

Side 2.2. "Close To You,"  Ron Turner.

Side 2.3. "Big Whistle Blues,"  Ron Turner.

Side 2.4. "Somebody's Attitude,"  Ron Turner.

Side 2.5. "Say It's Not For You,"  Ron Turner. Incomplete.

Side 2.6. "Charles Street Jail,"  Bill Doris.

Side 2.7. "Lead Pipes In Vermont,"  Bill Doris.

Side 2.8. "Chicago Nightwatch,"  Bill Doris.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20289/5701

Ron Turner. Sis Cunningham. Lewis Allen. Rick Segneff. #20289, Subseries: "1.2. Audio cassettes, 1991 and undated." FS-20289/5701

Side 1.1. "Say Its Not For You,"  Ron Turner.

Side 1.2. "Long Forgotten Trails,"  Ron Turner and Sis Cunningham.

Side 1.3. "Long Forgotten Trails,"  Ron Turner and Sis Cunningham. False start.

Side 1.4. "Long Forgotten Trails,"  Ron Turner and Sis Cunningham.

Side 2.1. "Frame Up,"  Lewis Allen and Rick Segneff.

SFC Audio Cassette FS-20289/5702

Gerrit Vennema. #20289, Subseries: "1.2. Audio cassettes, 1991 and undated." FS-20289/5702

Side 1.1. "On My Way With You."

Side 1.2. "Ugly Old Town."

Side 1.3. "If Love Would Be the Only Thing."

Side 1.4. "So Far As Possible."

Side 1.5. "If I Had Asked Myself Before."

Side 1.6. "Guess That's What I Came to Do."

Side 1.7. "Some Incredible Luck."

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38 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Documentation materials include a log of the Broadside tapes, correspondence, and tape notes. The Broadside tape log is a list of the tapes in their original order. Several of the original tapes were missing from the Broadside offices. Correspondence and tape notes consist of materials included in the original tape boxes. Correspondence contains personal letters to Sis Cunningham and Gordon Friesen from friends and contributors. Tape notes contain track listings of songs, dates of performances, and names of performers. The Broadside tape log, correspondence, and tape notes have been separated to the SFC field notes vertical files for preservation.

Folder 1

Broadside tapes log. #20289, Series: "2. Documentation, 1963-1977." Folder 1

Folder 2

Correspondence and tape notes, 1963-1977. #20289, Series: "2. Documentation, 1963-1977." Folder 2

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Items separated include Broadside tapes log, correspondence and tape notes (SFC Field Notes vertical files), audio cassettes (FS-5694-5702), and audio tapes (FT-9326-9535).

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Preservation of and access to the Broadside Collection was made possible through a grant from the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Inc.

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