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Alice Springs Folk Club Sunday night music session 1 September 1979 in the Central Australian Folk Society collection
Bib ID 8172535
Format AudioAudio [performed music, audiocassette]
Access Conditions Access to be determined. 
Description 1979 September 1 
1 audiocassette : analog 
Series

Central Australian Folk Society collection.

Summary

Folkloric recording

Full contents
  • Sing, sing, sing / Phyl Lobl
  • City streets / Phyl Lobl
  • Ship of fools / Phyl Lobl
  • The big Nareen cocky / Phyl Lobl
  • Man of the Earth / Phyl Lobl
  • Jack of all trades / Phyl Lobl
  • Jimmy Blacktown / Phyl Lobl
  • Kids song / Phyl Lobl
  • The wood turners love song / Phyl Lobl
  • The Kelly's turning / Michael Fahey
 
Performer Phyl Lobl ; Michael Fahey ; Central Australian Folk Society. 
Notes

Recorded on 1 September 1979 at Alice Springs, N.T.

Digital master available National Library of Australia

Source of Acquisition Donated by Liz Bongers CAFS. 
Index/Finding Aid Note Summary not yet available. 
Subjects Folk songs, English -- Australia.  |  Folk music -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Lobl, Phyl, 1937- performer  |  Fahey, Michael, performer  |  Alice Springs Folk Club  |  Central Australian Folk Society, performer
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245 0 0 |aAlice Springs Folk Club Sunday night music session 1 September 1979 in the Central Australian Folk Society collection.
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505 0 |aSing, sing, sing / Phyl Lobl -- City streets / Phyl Lobl -- Ship of fools / Phyl Lobl -- The big Nareen cocky / Phyl Lobl -- Man of the Earth / Phyl Lobl -- Jack of all trades / Phyl Lobl -- Jimmy Blacktown / Phyl Lobl -- Kids song / Phyl Lobl -- The wood turners love song / Phyl Lobl -- The Kelly's turning / Michael Fahey -- The long black veil / Michael Fahey -- I'm a rover seldom sober / Michael Fahey -- The bleacher lass O'Kelvinhaugh / Michael Fahey -- What's the life of a man / Michael Fahey -- Darling little Joe -- Tune -- Casey Jones -- Tune -- Livin' in the West / CAFS -- As I roved out / CAFS -- Farewell to Nova Scotia / CAFS -- Three drunken maidens / CAFS -- One misty moisty morning / CAFS.
506 |aAccess to be determined.
511 0 |aPhyl Lobl ; Michael Fahey ; Central Australian Folk Society.
518 |aRecorded on 1 September 1979 at Alice Springs, N.T.
520 |aFolkloric recording
530 |aDigital master available|bNational Library of Australia|dnla.obj-2057707539
541 |aDonated by Liz Bongers CAFS.
555 0 |aSummary not yet available.
650 0 |aFolk songs, English|zAustralia.
650 0 |aFolk music|zAustralia.
700 1 |aLobl, Phyl,|d1937-|eperformer.
700 1 |aFahey, Michael,|eperformer.
710 2 |aAlice Springs Folk Club.
710 2 |aCentral Australian Folk Society,|eperformer..
773 0 |tCentral Australian Folk Society collection|w(AuCNL)8129316
830 0 |aCentral Australian Folk Society collection.
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