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Series 8: Sound recordings (continued)
Subseries 1: Artists, bands, and interviews (continued)
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR213 Benny Goodman Sextet (unissued recordings, Fall 1976); Bob Wilber Trio (January 24, 1964); Soprano Summit, 1st set, at the Big Horn Jazz Festival (June 1, 1975); Wilber, Sutton jam session (June 1, 1975); Soprano Summit, second set (June 1, 1975), 1964-1976
Rack number: RXH 4096
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (polyester; Side 1: 01:37:31, Side 2: 01:37:31) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, quarter track, stereo ; 7 in.
LC engineer's note: Live recordings; some are dubs that are multiple generations removed from the source recordings. The tape was recorded out of relative phase. This was corrected in the transfer.
Side 1
Time Content
Start 1. An unidentified instrumental jazz song
00:03:40 2. The next unidentified instrumental jazz song
00:09:58 3. The next unidentified instrumental jazz song
00:14:55 4. The next unidentified instrumental jazz song
00:19:23 5. The next unidentified instrumental jazz song
00:22:13 6. The next unidentified instrumental jazz song
00:26:47 7. The next unidentified instrumental jazz song
00:30:32 8. The next unidentified jazz song begins. At the beginning of the song, a vocalist lets out a few grunts and a soft yell, "O!" He hums, grunts, and yells out throughout the first couple minutes of the song.
00:33:28 9. The next unidentified instrumental jazz song
00:37:03 10. The next unidentified instrumental jazz song
00:39:09 11. The next unidentified instrumental jazz song
00:43:02 12. The next unidentified instrumental jazz song
00:45:35 13. The next unidentified instrumental jazz song starts- a piano starts playing lightly in the background while people are still talking.
00:50:22 14. The next unidentified instrumental jazz song
00:56:49 15. The next unidentified instrumental song
01:00:29 16. The next song. There is a vocalist. [It seems like it might be the song, "Somebody Else is Taking My Place," but many of the lyrics are different.]
01:03:05 17. The next unidentified instrumental jazz song
01:09:57 18. The next unidentified instrumental song
01:12:30 19. The next unidentified instrumental song
01:16:23 20. The next unidentified instrumental song. Background chatting can be heard when the song is over.
01:18:17 21. The next unidentified instrumental song
01:22:07 22. The next unidentified instrumental song
01:25:37 23. The next unidentified instrumental song
01:28:56 24. The next unidentified instrumental song
01:35:19 25. The next unidentified instrumental song
01:37:29 26. One note plays and gets cut off
01:37:30 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start Announcer tells the audience that the band will go on to tour South Africa, and introduces who is playing which instrument.
00:00:51 "The Mooche"
00:07:13 "Oriental Strut"
00:11:18 The announcer [or a band member] announces that they will now hear from their "lovely" vocalist, Marty Grosz. The audience laughs. Marty [presumably] says, "This is one of the nicest transvestite bands I've ever played with. First couple of weeks were rough because of the garter belt chaff, but we've conquered that problem."
00:12:03 "How Can You Face Me Now"
00:15:54 "Japansy"
00:24:06 The announcer/band member starts talking about the album Soprano Summit and that they will now perform "Stealin' Away" ["Steal Away Blues"].
00:31:23 The announcer/band member says they would like to perform another song - one that is associated with a singer from Duke Ellington's band, Ivy Anderson. He says, "But we have our own Ivy Anderson - Marty Grosz!" The song is, "Rose of the Rio Grande."
00:36:41 The announcer/performer does a run-through of who is playing what instrument, while they play music in the background.
00:37:14 They go from announcing who's who and playing music into their next song, which an instrumental: "C-Jam Blues"
00:51:18 Some music plays - not a song, just some random notes. People in the audience are chatting.
00:51:52 The next song is an instrumental work: "I Got Rhythm"
01:06:37 "Panama"
01:15:56 Announcer/band member explains that the arrangement they just played [name unintelligible on recording] was something that Bob took from original 1911 sheet music from a John [last name unintelligible] orchestra. He then explains that the next song is a piece called, "I Had It, But It's All Gone Now." Sidney Bechet wrote it in 1923 and Bob [Wilber] and him recorded it together in 1958.
01:16:56 Instrumental song, "I Had It, But It's All Gone Now."
01:20:30 The next song is announced: Marty Grosz and George Duvivier play "Swing 39"
01:26:15 "Milneburg Joys"
01:27:36 Vocalist starts singing
01:30:53 Next unidentified and instrumental song starts playing. Unidentified and instrumental. You can hear faint chattering in the background.
01:37:06 The recording ends and the announcer/performer calls out, "Bob Wilber!"
01:37:11 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR222 The Gospel Kings of Harmony, #1 ("His Eye is on the Sparrow"), September 26, 1961
Rack number: RXH 4105
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (polyester, 00:22:48) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, half track, mono ; 7 in.
All selections: James Artis, Walter Davis, John Scarbough, William Moore, Clarence West (guitar). Guest artists: Sallie Martin, Mattie Keen, The Arthur Logan Folk Singers. Recorded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Collector's original ID number: 146. See SR222 and SR343.
Time Content
Start "Come On In the Prayer Room"
00:02:53 "What a Friend We Have in Jesus"
00:05:43 "It's Cool Down Yonder (By the Chilly Jordan"
00:08:41 "I Promised the Lord That I Would Hold Out (Until He Meets Me in Galilee)"
00:11:38 "His Eye Is on the Sparrow"
00:13:37 "Nothing But the Blood of Jesus"
00:15:46 "God Is Everything to Me"
00:18:44 "What A Friend We Have in Jesus" (duplicate selection)
00:21:35 "Sit Down on the Banks of the River" (incomplete)
00:22:48 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR343 The Gospel Kings of Harmony, September 26, 1961
Rack number: RXH 4228
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:18:43) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, mono ; 5 in.
Recorded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The vocalists are identified as James Artis; Walter Davis; John Scarbough; William Moore; and Clarence West. Collector's original ID number: 207. See SR222 and SR493.
Archivist's note: There have been different singing groups known as the Kings of Harmony.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Time Content
Start "Come On In The Prayer Room"
00:02:53 "What A Friend We Have In Jesus"
00:05:42 "It's Cool Down Yonder (By The Chilly Jordan)"
00:08:40 "I Promised The Lord That I Would Hold Out (Until He Meets Me In Galilee)"
00:11:39 "His Eyes Is On The Sparrow"
00:13:40 "Nothing But The Blood of Jesus"
00:15:51 "God Is Everything To Me"
00:18:43 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR493 The Gospel Kings of Harmony (dub copy), September 26, 1961
Rack number: RXH 4733
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:18:35) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, mono ; 7 in.
Recorded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The vocalists are identified as James Artis; Walter Davis; John Scarbough; William Moore; and Clarence West. Collector's original ID number: 206. See SR222 and SR343.
Archivist's note: Side 2 has not yet been digitized.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Time Content
Start "Come On In the Prayer Room"
00:02:55 "What A Friend We Have in Jesus"
00:05:40 "It's Cool Down Yonder (By The Chilly Jordan)"
00:08:36 "I Promised the Lord That I would Hold Out (Until He Meets Me In Galilee)"
00:11:35 "His Eye Is On the Sparrow"
00:13:33 "Nothing But the Blood of Jesus"
00:15:42 "God Is Everything to Me"
00:18:35 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR321 Bobby Hackett, #1, March 2, 1972
Rack number: RXH 4206
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:48:10) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Logger's note: Notes from the tape box - Bobby Hackett, trumpet; Jerry Fuller, clarinet; Harry Graves, trombone; Bob Wright, piano; Truck Parham, bass; Don DeMicheal, drums. Recorded by Richard F. Balz at The Big Horn, Ivanhoe, Illinois.
Time Content
Start "Squeeze Me"
00:09:16 "Muskraft Ramble"
00:14:45 "Rapscallion Rag" (piano)
00:18:10 "Royal Garden Blues"
00:23:58 "What's New?"
00:27:34 "Struttin' With Some Barbecue"
00:36:30 "Jada"
00:44:48 "Hurricane" (piano)
00:48:10 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR322 Bobby Hackett, #2, March 12, 1972
Rack number: RXH 4207
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:46:08) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Logger's note: Notes from the tape box - Bobby Hackett, trumpet; Jerry Fuller, clarinet; Harry Graves, trombone; Bob Wright, piano; Truck Parham, bass; Don DeMicheal, drums. Recorded by Richard F. Balz at The Big Horn, Ivanhoe, Illinois.
Time Content
Start "Rose Room"
00:08:24 "New Orleans"
00:16:50 "China Boy"
00:24:00 "I Got Rhythm"
00:28:14 "Bourbon Street Parade"
00:34:24 "Rose Of Washington Square"
00:42:15 "Chicago"
00:45:28 "That's All"
00:46:08 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR323 Bobby Hackett and Vic Dickenson, tape #1, undated
Rack number: RXH 4208
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (Side 1: 01:37:28, Side 2: 01:37:14) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Collector's original ID number: 130.
Vendor's digitization note: Crosstalk on the tape, and the program is distorted at times. On Side 1 the right channel is at a low level from the start to 00:00:23.
Logger's note 1: Both tape sides were recorded at The Big Horn, Ivanhoe, Illinois. Side 1 was recorded on November 12, 1972, through Side 2 to the song "That's a-Plenty." The balance of Side 2 was recorded on March 1, 1975 (four songs, beginning with "Just You, Just Me," and on May 28, 1973 (from "In a Sentimental Mood" to the end of the tape.
Logger's note 2: Personnel for the show on November 12, 1972 - Russ Whitman, clarinet and bass saxophone, Bob Wright, piano, Rail Wilson, bass, Don DeMicheal, drums. Personnel for the June 1, 1975 show: Ralph Sutton, piano; George Duvivier, bass; Barett Deems, drums. Personnel for the May 28, 1973 show: Bob Wright, piano; Marty Gross, guitar; Dan Shapera, bass; Hilliard Brown, drums.
Side 1
Time Content
Start "Indiana"
00:07:40 "Get Happy"
00:12:49 "When Your Lives Has Gone"
00:17:10 "Struttin' With Some Barbeque"
00:25:22 "Set Call"
00:28:05 "Fine Feathers" (piano solo)
00:31:18 "Just You, Just Me"
00:39:28 "Mama's Gone Goodbye"
00:44:48 "Russian Lullaby"
00:50:40 "Musk at Ramble"
00:55:45 "Mon Nattan"
00:56:55 "Town Talk" (piano solo)
01:00:50 "Rosetta"
01:13:10 "New Orleans"
01:21:19 "Cherokee"
01:27:30 "What's New?"
01:32:20 "Everybody Haves My Baby"
01:37:28 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start "I Can't get Started"
00:04:00 "I May Be Wrong"
00:09:45 "Basin Street Blues"
00:16:10 "Lady Be Good"
00:22:20 "Ida"
00:28:18 "The Saints"
00:33:15 "That's a Plenty"
00:38:26 "Just You, Just Me"; "Constantly"
00:49:05 "Ida"
01:03:50 "What's New"
01:08:35 "I Got Rhythm"
01:15:25 "Struttin' With Some Barbecue"
01:23:50 "In A Sentimental Mood"
01:28:26 "Keeping Out of Mischief Now"
01:32:55 "Lazy [?] Trombone"
01:37:14 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR335 Bobby Hackett and Vic Dickenson, tape #2 / Wild Bill Davison #2, November 12, 1972 , December 10, 1972
Rack number: RXH 4220
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (Side 1: 00:46:29, Side 2: 00:45:33) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The programs are distorted at times.
Side 1
Time Content
Start 1. "I Can't Get Started With You"
00:03:46 2. "I May Be Wrong"
00:09:10 3. "Basin Street Blues"
00:15:15 4. "Lady Be Good"
00:21:21 5. "Ida"
00:27:05 6. "The Saints" ["When the Saints Go Marching In"]
00:32:16 7. "That's A Plenty"
00:39:35 8. and 9. Introduction and "I Want To Be Happy"
00:45:40 Talking
00:46:29 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start 1. "Keep Out Of Mischief"
00:05:54 2. "Ballin' the Jack"
00:12:08 3. "Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans"
00:18:30 4. "Struttin' With Some Barbecue"
00:25:22 5. "I Found A New Baby"
00:32:30 6. "Sleepy Time Down South"
00:38:13 7. "After You're Gone"
00:45:33 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR223 Halcyon, circa 1975
Rack number: RXH 4106
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (backcoated polyester, 00:37:06) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, quarter track, stereo ; 7 in.
Archivist's note: David Pritchard and Pete Robinson co-founded the group Contraband. Musicians: David Pritchard (guitar), Tom Ranier (keyboards), David Parlato (bass), John Hernandez (percussion).
Time Content
Start "Halcyon Daze"
00:10:35 "Mr. Bubbles"
00:22:18 "Hui-Neng Survival"
00:30:01 "Event"
00:37:06 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR330 Mike Hall (original), reel #1, November 6, 1967
Rack number: RXH 4215
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:30:47) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Dub copy of songs not under copyright.
Logger's note: From the tape box - Mike Hall accompanied by his own guitar playing.
Time Content
Start "One 'O' One Highway"
00:04:34 "One Way Love"
00:07:30 "The River of Steel"
00:10:40 "Hog-Eye Man"
00:12:28 "Hog-Eye Man" [repeat of the previous song]
00:14:14 "Two Different Worlds"
00:17:01 "Lehigh" (instrumental)
00:18:18 "Lord Lovel's 19th Nervous Breakdown"
00:20:51 "Easy Rider Blues"
00:24:00 "Early Morning Rain
00:27:53 "Margurets Fandang" (instrumental)[breaks off]
00:30:47 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR331 Mike Hall (original), reel #2, undated
Rack number: RXH 4216
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:16:31) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Logger's note: From the tape box - Mike Hall accompanied by his own guitar playing.
Time Content
Start An unidentified blues song. Lyrics: "Where have you been my old time friend, what have you done since those days long ago, I married a wife but now she is gone"
00:03:28 An unidentified blues song. Lyrics: "If I had to do it over, would I do it just the same, yes, I wouldn't change a thing"
00:07:46 An unidentified blues song. Lyrics: "Gonna take my car and take a ride downtown, find a little girl and turn her around, I am cruising"
00:11:25 An unidentified blues song. Lyrics: "I told her that she moves me, I knew we could be groovy, hug and kiss slightly, took her little hands, she is the one that pulls me morning coffee"
00:13:55 An unidentified solo guitar blues song.
00:16:31 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR332 Mike Hall, reel #3, undated
Rack number: RXH 4217
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:16:22) : analog, 15 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: Significant buzz from the tape.
Logger's note: From the tape box - Mike Hall accompanied by his own guitar playing.
Time Content
Start "Girl, Come Out In The Light Of Day"
00:03:36 "On My Natal Day"
00:07:26 "Zelda's Song"
00:10:54 "Tell Me, Doctor"
00:14:09 "Poor Boy Blues"
00:16:22 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR333 Mike Hall, #4, undated
Rack number: RXH 4218
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:09:36) : analog, 15 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times, and there is significant buzz from the tape.
Logger's note: From the tape box - Mike Hall accompanied by his own guitar playing.
Time Content
Start "On The Road Again"
00:02:24 "Silver Suit City"
00:05:27 "It Wouldn't Take Much"
00:07:56 "Juke Box Of New York Mind"
00:09:35 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR334 Mike Hall ("Lord Be Merciful"), #5, undated
Rack number: RXH 4219
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:02:59) : analog, 15 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times.
Logger's note: There are notes and song titles that are crossed out but they appear to be the correct description of the songs. Billy Marvin, 1. I am Gonna Find her. 2. Carolina. This tape includes folk songs sung by an unidentified group of a cappella singers.
Time Content
Start "I Am Gonna Find Her"
00:01:38 "Carolina"
00:02:59 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR821 "Caprice Neurotique" - Mike Hall, undated
Rack number: RAA 59358
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:33:39) : analog, 15 ips, four track ; 10 in., 1/2 in. wide
LC engineer's note: Multitrack session tapes for Mike Hall and a project called "Caprice Neurotique," with no other information on the tape box. There is also no information on this artist or project title found anywhere online (as of 2022). The tape runs out at the last song.
Time Content
Start unidentified tune #1
00:03:37 unidentified tune #2 [take 1]
00:06:42 unidentified tune #2 [take 2, part 1]
00:07:15 unidentified tune #2 [take 2, part 2]
00:10:25 unidentified tune #3
00:14:42 unidentified tune #4
00:18:45 unidentified tune #5
00:22:08 unidentified tune #6 [false start]
00:22:45 unidentified tune #6
00:27:45 unidentified tune #7 [false start]
00:28:13 unidentified tune #7
00:30:38 unidentified tune #8 [cut off abruptly]
00:33:39 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR824 Mike Hall, undated
Rack number: RAA 59361
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:33:04) : analog, 15 ips, four track ; 10 in., 1/2 in. wide
LC engineer's note: The recording has considerable distortion, possibly intentional. The box is marked as a 1972 session tape for jazz-fusion band Contraband, but actually contains sessions for singer-songwriter Mike Hall. The box insert contains the correct information for the contents of this tape.
Time Content
Start [00:00:12] "Natal Day"
00:04:15 "Tell Me, Doctor" [instrumental tracks only; preceded by a false start]
00:07:49 "Tell Me, Doctor" [final version]
00:11:20 "Friday Morning Semiblues" [preceded by a false start; Pete Welding, instrumental]
00:14:54 unidentified tune #1 [preceded by a false start]
00:18:31 unidentified tune #2
00:20:22 unidentified tune #3
00:25:20 unidentified tune #4
00:30:32 unidentified tune #5 [cut off abruptly]
00:33:04 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR829 Mike Hall, undated
Rack number: RAA 59366
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (00:33:15) : analog, 15 ips, four track ; 10 in., 1/2 in. wide
Archivist's note: Pete Welding's voice can be heard between takes.
LC engineer's note: The contents and artist listed on the outside box (jazz-fusion group Contraband) are not what is on this tape. The inner box flap documentation does match the recording on the tape and is credited to Mike Hall, though the song contents listed are not complete
Time Content
Start "It Wouldn't Take Much" [series of false starts; song begins at 00:00:45)
00:03:16 "Silver Suit City" [multiple false starts]
00:11:17 "Silver Suit City" [more complete version]
00:14:19 "Jukebox of My Mind" [includes false starts; complete version begins at 00:14:55]
00:16:53 unidentified tune #1 [includes false start]
00:20:16 unidentified tune #2
00:24:17 unidentified tune #3 ["Poor Boy Hard Way to Go"?] [includes false start]
00:27:36 "Silver Suit City" [complete version with vocal]
00:31:41 unidentified tune #4 [cut off abruptly]
00:33:15 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR540 Chico Hamilton Trio - Chet Baker - selected cuts, probably 1950s
Rack number: RXH 5402
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (Side 1: 00:26:56, Side 2: 00:28:40) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, stereo ; 7 in.
Vendor's digitization note: The program is distorted at times, and there is crosstalk on the tape.
Side 1
Time Content
Start "Minor Yours" by Chet Baker
00:07:00 "Tynan Tyme" by Chet Baker
00:12:44 "Say When" by Chet Baker
00:17:55 "Lush Life" by Chet Baker
00:22:56 "Long Ago (And Far Away)" by Chet Baker
00:26:56 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start "Blues On The Rocks" by Chico Hamilton
00:13:16 "Skinned Strings" by Chico Hamilton Trio
00:08:38 "Porch Light" by Chico Hamilton Trio
00:12:46 "Autumn Landscape" by Chico Hamilton Trio
00:16:46 "Picture Of Heath" by Chico Hamilton Trio
00:23:44 "C.T.A." by Chico Hamilton Trio [breaks off]
00:28:40 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR163 Lionel Hampton Quartet - "The Bop Session" - Lee Konitz Trio, 1953-1975
Rack number: RXH 4046
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (polyester; Side 1: 01:37:00, Side 2: 01:35:20) : analog, 3 3/4 ips, half track, stereo ; 7 in.
LC engineer's note: Lionel Hampton Quartet recordings were dubbed from various LPs. "The Bop Session" was dubbed from the commercial recording with catalog number Sonet 692 (recorded May 19-20, 1975). The Lee Konitz Trio recording was dubbed from the commercial recording I Concentrate On You - A Tribute To Cole Porter, catalog number SCS-1018 (Steeplechase Records; recorded July 30, 1974).
Side 1
Time Content
Start The Lionel Hampton Quartet (LH) start with an instrumental work featuring the vibraphone. It is titled "Just One of Those Things."
00:08:05 The next instrumental selection titled "April in Paris"
00:14:22 The next selection called "Soft Winds"
00:20:34 The next instrumental piece called "How High the Moon"
00:28:09 LH play their next instrumental work titled "Hallelujah"
00:34:34 The next selection by LH titled "Old Black Magic"
00:41:46 "Blues for Norma" by LH
00:49:00 The next instrumental piece called "This Can't Be Love"
00:56:40 The next selection by LH called "Midnight Sun"
01:02:56 LH play their next selection titled "Love for Sale"
01:12:22 LH perform their next piece "Flying Home"
01:15:40 The next instrumental piece by LH titled "Stomping at Savoy"
01:26:36 The final selection for the first part of this series titled "Stardust"
01:36:39 End
Side 2
Time Content
Start The Lionel Hampton Quartet (LQ) start with an instrumental work titled "Blues 'n' Boogie" featuring a saxophone solo.
00:09:42 The second selection by LQ titled "Confirmation"
00:18:14 LQ play "Groovin' High"
00:25:34 The next selection titled "Lover Man"
00:32:33 The next instrumental work "All the Things You Do"
00:42:48 LQ play their final selection titled "Late Bird"
00:50:58 The Lee Konitz Trio (LK) play their first instrumental work for this set titled "Weaver of Dreams"
00:55:28 The next selection "I Want a Little Girl."
01:02:15 LK play their next instrumental work titled "Invitation"
01:06:53 "I Remember Clifford" by LK
01:10:55 LK play their next selection called "Oleo"
01:14:57 The next selection "St. Thomas"
01:18:22 LK play their next instrumental work titled "No Greater Love"
01:23:23 The next selection "Lush Life"
01:27:04 LK play their next selection "Just One of Those Things"
01:30:32 "Easy to Love" by LK
01:35:18 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR185 Bill Harris in concert, December 15, 1962
Rack number: RXH 4068
Extent: 1 sound tape reel (polyester, 00:40:37) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, full track, mono ; 7 in.
Collector's original ID number: 63.
Time Content
Start A musician plays their first guitar instrumental piece for concert listeners
00:07:03 The next guitar instrumental piece
00:08:55 The next selection
00:11:35 A solo guitar performance
00:15:01 The next guitar instrumental piece
00:21:20 The next selection
00:23:48 The next piece
00:25:17 A solo guitar performance
00:30:02 The next piece
00:33:40 The next guitar instrumental piece
00:37:01 The next selection
00:40:36 End
Item-ID: AFC 2011/053: SR295 Willie Hatcher, #1, November 27, 1964
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