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Folk concert held at the 1973 Moreton Bay Folk Festival at Brisbane, Queensland in Queensland Folk Federation collection [sound recording]
Bib ID 3107907
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Access Conditions Access open for research use; written permission required for personal copies and public use during the lifetime of the performer. Written permission also required for public use from the Queensland Folk Federation. 
Description 1973 
2 sound tape reels (ca. 144 min.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, 1/2 track, mono, long play ; 7 in. 
Series

Queensland Folk Federation collection.

Summary

Folkloric recording.

Full contents
  • TAPE 71: Anne Infante sings and plays guitar: Guess he'd rather be in Colorado (written by John Denver) ; The carousel (written by Buffy Sainte-Marie) ; Small Island
  • Mike O'Rourke sings and plays guitar: The hills of Green Moor ; Jolly good ale and old (melody by Mike O'Rourke) ; Saucy sailor ; Jesus isn't welcome in my house any more
  • Geoff Hollings? / Hollands? sings and plays guitar: The week before Easter ; Ship in distress ; Streets of London
  • Mary Brettell singing and playing guitar: Men of steel, ships of wood ; I'm going to be a country girl again (written by Buffy Sainte-Marie) ; Piney Wood Hills
  • Tony, Ken and Kim from Mackay: The nightingale ; Culta's (?) Candy ; Rambling Boy (written by Tom Paxton)
  • Declan Affley sings: Going the road to Bally Muir ; Raglan Road ; Saint Kevin of Glen Delough
  • Danny Spooner and Gordon McIntyre sing: March / Braes of Bulloch / Tail toddle ; Saucy sailor (fragment).
  • TAPE 74: Danny Spooner and Gordon McIntyre sing: The bloomin' laddies are all the go ; The lark in the morning ; Double diamond and others (fragment)
  • Derrick Chetwyn sings:The factory lads (written by Colin Dryden) ; Hexhamshire lass ; Munster cloak
  • Mike O'Rourke and others sing and play: Paddy lay back ; Ale ; Chief O'Neil's favourite ; The wild rover
 
Performer Anne Infante ; Mike O'Rourke ; Geoff Hollings ; Mary Brettell ; Tony, Ken and Kim from Mackay ; Declan Affley ; Danny Spooner ; Gordon McIntyre ; Derrick Chetwyn ; Mike O'Rourke 
Notes

Sound quality varies. Chris Wendt also appears accompanying performers on fiddle, tin whistle and mandolin.

Recorded on June 10, 1973 at Brisbane, Qld.

Digital master available National Library of Australia

Subjects Folk musicians -- Australia -- Performances.  |  Folk music -- Australia.  |  Folk songs, English -- Australia.  |  Folk festivals -- Queensland.
Other authors/contributors Infante, Anne, Performer  |  O'Rourke, Michael, Performer  |  Hollings, Geoff, Performer  |  Brettell, Mary, Performer  |  Affley, Declan, 1939-1985, Performer  |  Spooner, Danny, 1936-2017, Performer  |  McIntyre, Gordon, 1940-1999, Performer  |  Chetwyn, Derrick, 1946-, Performer  |  Queensland Folk Federation

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