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Australian concert held at the 1973 Moreton Bay Folk Festival at Brisbane, Queensland in Queensland Folk Federation collection [sound recording]
Bib ID 3107975
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. 167 min.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, 2 track and 1/2 track, mono, long play ; 7 in. 
Series

Queensland Folk Federation collection.

Summary

Folkloric recording

Full contents
  • TAPE 67: Ken Evans sings and plays guitar: Bluey Brink ; There's a struggle goin' on in the west... ; Chunder down under parody
  • Tim Venables from Mackay sings and plays guitar: Moreton Bay ; Come all ye Lachlan men
  • Warren Fahey recites: The Monaro stockman
  • Warren Fahey sings, Chris Wendt plays whistle, Declan Affley plays fiddle: The maids of Australia ; Garrawilla
  • Story: Dog tale
  • Recitation: The morning of the fray (possibly written by Frank Gardiner)
  • Bill Berry sings: Nine miles from Gundagai ; Oh who hasn't heard of Evabalong Ball ; They told us in Perth about the asbestos boom.
  • TAPE 68: Unidentified singer/guitarist: vocal piece (fragment, ) ; Oh me name is handsome Alf, I'm peculiar to meself... (written by Don Henderson) ; Brisbane ladies
  • Mike O'Rourke sings and plays guitar: Happy happy all day long (written by Don Henderson)
  • Song: sound distorted
 
Performer Ken Evans ; Tim Venables ; Warren Fahey ; Chris Wendt ; Declan Affley ; Bill Berry ; Mike O'Rourke ; Bill Scott ; Peter Gillespie ; East Jesus bush band. 
Notes

Recorded on June 9, 1973 at the University of Queensland, 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 Evans, Ken, Performer  |  Venables, Tim, Performer  |  Fahey, Warren, Performer  |  Wendt, Chris, Performer  |  Affley, Declan, 1939-1985, Performer  |  Berry, Bill, 1934-, Performer  |  O'Rourke, Michael, Performer  |  Scott, Bill, 1923-2005, Performer  |  Gillespie, Peter, Performer  |  Queensland Folk Federation

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