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Ninth annual San Diego folk festival / proudced by Howard Larman ; engineered by Alan Kanter.

Program Title:
Ninth annual San Diego folk festival / proudced by Howard Larman ; engineered by Alan Kanter.
PRA Archive #: 
BC2601.01-.10
Description: 

Live recordings from the five day folk festival from California State University, San Diego.

pt.1. Phil Gross, Ruthie Gorton, Will Spires, and Lani Kurnik (2 reels : 86 min.) -- pt.2. Andy Wallace, Mary McCaslin, Jim Ringer, Sam Chatmon, and Sam Hinton (2 reels : 87 min.) -- pt.3. Ray and Ina Patterson, W.B. Reid, Jane Voss, and the La Jolla Civic Country Dance Orchestra (2 reels : 89 min.) -- pt.4. Wilbur Ball, Jim Griffith, Clarence Langen, Tom and Martha Jennings, Dave Luckow, Bill Steele, and the New Expression (2 reels : 90 min.) -- pt.5. Martin Henry, Dave Page, Siamsa Gael Ceili Band, Lyudia Mendoza, and Glen and Kay Orlin (2 reels : 92 min.) -- pt.6. [unknown] (2 reels : 90 min.) -- pt.7. Curt Bouterse, Bob Webb, S.D. Courville, Dennis McGee, Mark Savoy, Rose Maddox, Martin Bogan and Armstrong (2 reels : 91 min.) -- pt.8. Patsy Montana, Sam and Kirk McGhee, Tommy Jarrell, The Wright Brother, and the Highwoods String Band (2 reels : 88 min.) -- pt.9. Mike Seeger, Jean Ritchie, Benny Thomasson,, and Patty Hall (2 reels : 88 min.) -- pt.10. Zagreb Municipal Orchestra, the Old Hat Band, Hunt and Peck, and the Gypsy Gypppo String Band (2 reels : 84 min.).

Date Recorded on: 
California State University, San Diego, 15-20 Apr. 1975.
Date Broadcast on: 
KPFK, 1975.
Item duration: 
20 reels (886 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., stereo.
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Distributor: 
Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1975.
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