Bill Vanaver in concert at WBAI's Free Music Store on January 19, 1972. featuring folk and exotic songs performed on the tambura, the lazlyra[sp?], the Bulgarian fiddle and the Macedonian guitar. Part 2 of the evening starts with Vanaver on guitar accompanied by audience foot-stomping; on guitar, Which side are you on, The money crop (by Malvina Reynolds); a Macedonian folk melody played on a Bulgarian lyra; on the Greek laouto, a traditional Cretan sousta and 1940 (by Giannis Markopoulos); a gospel number accompanied by audience handclaps (by Bessie Jones); on guitar, Italian red wine (by Woody Guthrie); with Ted Rotante accompanying on harmonica, Southbound train (by Big Bill Broonzy) and Ain't got no honey baby now; and on solo guitar, If I were a carpenter. Recorded by David Rapkin for WBAI's Music Department.
This recording was formerly cataloged as BC0709.02B.