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Subject: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: Duane D.
Date: 30 Oct 11 - 10:23 PM

If you ask Caroline Paton about it, she'll tell you it was coincidental that Folk Legacy was incorporated on Halloween in 1961.

There was to be a special celebration concert honoring Folk Legacy on Saturday evening (last night) at The Sounding Board in West Hartford, Connecticut. The concert was to be a full line-up of Folk Legacy artists including Caroline, Dave, and Rob Paton, even a surprise guest. The concert was sold-out by advance ticket sales several weeks ago. The biggest surprise was the unexpected snowstorm. The weather worsened and and the performer roster grew smaller throughout the day as the travelling conditions declined. Barbara and I left in the morning for our motel about 15 minutes from The Sounding Board. By afternoon the Patons couldn't get there, as well as many other performers, but the concert was on despite the weather. The performer line-up now included Gordon Bok, Ed Tricket, Howie Bursen, Sally Rogers, Larry Kaplan, Bob Zentz, and the surprise guest. The surprise guest was Ann Muir. She came all the way from France to be there. The concert became the first reunion of Bok, Muir, and Trickett. As the sound checks were run, the lights blinked as the outside conditions deteriorated. About 25% of the expected audience was there. The concert started and after about a half hour, we lost power and continued to completion by emergency lighting and many candles. Without power, the video taping and the audio recording stopped. I was taking digital still images and when we continued by candlelight I readjusted my camera to its limits and continued imaging. ( I prefer to use only available light, no flash.) The concert was grand and was enjoyed by all. Thank you Sounding Board for hosting this concert.

Happy Birthday, Folk Legacy.
    I posted two sets of digital images to my flickr gallery from the Folk Legacy 50th Anniversary Concert at the Sounding Board in West Hartford, Connecticut, USA, on October 29, 2011. The First Set contains the best of the images from the sound check and the first half hour or so of the concert before the power outage. The Second Set contains images of the concert after we lost the electricity. All the posted images are full resolution and are as taken without any cropping, resizing, or editing.


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: GUEST,from Tokyo
Date: 30 Oct 11 - 11:05 PM

Thanks this beautiful report.
I love Folk Legacy/Folkways etc.

Happy Birthday,Folk Legacy    from Japan

Kiyohide Kunizaki,Tokyo Folklore Center


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: katlaughing
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 12:26 AM

Thank you from me, too, Duane. Somehow, hearing of it going on with candlelight during a typical New England storm so near Halloween seems somehow apropos. Sorry to hear, though, that the Patons couldn't make it as well as so many of the other performers and audience. It must've seemed magical to be there to hear Bok, Muir, and Trickett!

Happy Birthday, Folk Legacy!

luvyakat


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: Anglo
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 01:39 AM

I tried to get there but had to turn back trying to cross the Berkshires. My loss, I guess, but with a driving blizzard and traffic at 20 mph, there was no way I was going to make it.

Glad you had a good time anyway! My loss.

John


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: Duane D.
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 01:55 AM

I think it should have been rescheduled. There was a serious accident on the property after the concert. A staff member was struck on the head by part of a falling tree and was taken to the hospital by ambulance. Many of the local roads in West Hartford were closed due to downed trees and/or wires and very few were plowed. It was very tricky driving back to our motel in Farmington, Ct, after the concert.

I hope to have some images from the concert posted to my flickr gallery soon and I'll post the link here when they are available.


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: kendall
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 08:13 AM

One of my luckiest breaks was being recorded by Folk Legacy.
50 more! 50 more!


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: wendyg
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 08:25 AM

Happy birthday, Folk Legacy!

wg


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: bbc
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 11:02 AM

Thanks for starting this thread, Duane. Although attending the concert turned out to be quite hazardous--snowy roads, downed trees & power wires, closed roads, people who weren't driving appropriately for the conditions, widespread power outages--I was glad to be there, representing Folk Legacy. More than half of the scheduled performers couldn't make it to the concert & they were missed! Those who did make it performed valiantly! I think each had only expected to perform one song, because of the original number scheduled, but they managed to give us a 2 1/2 hour concert without intermission--including reminiscences about Sandy & Folk Legacy history & songs special to Folk Legacy. When Bob Zentz sang "All the Good People" I swear I heard Sandy's voice! BMT sang "Turning Toward the Morning" & "Nightrider's Lament" complete with audience harmonies. I think we got across the stage once before the power went off. Bob Zentz picked up with hardly a pause & the performers continued, very professionally, acoustic & candlelit! Bob led a beautiful rendition of "Sweet Song from Yesterday." Sally & Howie sat center stage & provided a great counterpoint to the more "mature" performers. They were delightful & it was great to see them! Howie brought some of his fabulous wine for tasting, too! Larry Kaplan shared the wonderful song he wrote in memory of Sandy--"Echo on the Mountain" as well as gentle memories of Sandy.

It was really wonderful to see Gordon Bok, Ann Muir, & Ed Trickett together again on stage! After following their music for many years (& buying all of their recordings!), Duane & I finally got to see them in performance once, during their final Northeast US tour, at the Sounding Board in Hartford, Connecticut on September 29, 2000. It was a fabulous concert, made more special by the fact that, when I leaned over to ask the young woman sitting next to me if she'd heard them in person before, she smiled sweetly & said, "Yes, many times. Ann is my mother!" Christina Muir (a performer herself, in the group "Hot Soup") & I had our own reunion, back in Hartford on Saturday night, October 29, 2011, since Ann, over from her home in France, was staying at Christina's home & Christina had driven her to the concert! BMT, by the way, brought Duane & me together. We met online & in both of our profiles, we listed the music of BMT, a fairly narrow niche within folk music. Ironically, BMT also brought me into my personal friendship with Sandy & Caroline. I think Joe Offer started a thread to announce a new BMT recording. Thinking to save postage & handling, since I was, then, living close to Folk Legacy, I picked up the phone & asked Caroline if I could pick up the recording in person. Little did I know that, instead of a business setting, I was inviting myself into her home! A cup of tea & about 3 hours later, we were well on the way to becoming friends! In the past 15 years or so, I remember so many times, going to visit & finding Sandy sitting at the table or computer, reading a book or email, with his coffee beside him. I'd go up behind him for a quick back hug--hence his nickname for me, "Copake Cuddles." I don't go to the house a single time, these days, without sensing his benevolent presence.

It was a night to remember, full of wonderful conversations & songs. Although the chairs were only 1/4 to 1/3 full, each person there had truly made an effort to attend, as had the performers. When I thanked them afterward, however, each seemed honored to be there & thanked me for attending, too! Caroline & the Paton family were sorely missed & all asked about them. At the end of the concert, we sang to Caroline, over a cell phone.

I hope that all got safely home. Our motel had electricity, although some of Farmington did not. We woke up to a hot breakfast & got on the road. Driving home to New York, we had to negotiate through many intersections without benefit of working traffic light & take turns going around trees on the roadways. When we got to Litchfield County in Connecticut, we had to turn back from our expected route four times, because of trees & power lines across the roads. Caroline is still without power or telephone at this time & is, as far as we know, staying with her son, David, at the Sharon Audubon Center. Many of the roads in that area are still quite dangerous, if not impassable. Prayers for safety are in order. We are safely home, with memories of a very special time together as folk music family!


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: RoyH (Burl)
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 12:05 PM

I have many happy memories of the Folk Legacy gang over the years that I have been coming to the USA to sing. I met Sandy and Caroline on my first trip, at a Pinewoods Spring Weekend, and was bowled over by their warm and friendly manner and interest in my songs. Another time I happened to be available to go on a Folk Legacy Festival, and had a great time. More recently I brought my son over for his first USA visit during which we attended Sandy's Memorial Day,an occasion that was sad and joyous at the same time. I've also ben lucky enough to meet several Folk Legacy artists, truly a Golden Ring, and I send my greetings to them, and to the widow of the late Rick Fielding, whom I knew for all too short a time. To me Folk Legacy embody all that is good in the folk music world. Long may they reign!
Caroline darlin'Roy & Elaine Haris send their very best wishes to you and yours.


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: Dan Schatz
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 01:03 PM

I'm so sorry the weather disrupted the concert, but mostly I just want to say how glad I am that Folk Legacy exists, has done everything they've done, and continues to spread great music in the world. I can honestly say that through the work of Folk Legacy Records, Sandy and Caroline Paton have been the most significant musical influences in my life, and I know I'm not the only one.

THANK YOU!

Dan


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: Hollowfox
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 04:26 PM

Thanks, Duane, for letting us know about this adventure. Happy Birthday, Folk Legacy!


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: Nancy King
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 04:52 PM

Sounds like it was an adventure indeed! Wish I could have been there (but just as glad I wasn't actually trying to get there)!

Bbc, I know just what you mean about finding Caroline so welcoming and friendly -- I've always enjoyed calling Folk Legacy on the phone, because it gives me a chance for a wonderful warm conversation with Caroline! I have very fond memories of two different visits to Sharon, when The Boarding Party recordings were being made. I have no doubt at all that one of the reasons the recordings turned out so well (quite aside from Sandy's recording-and-editing skills) was the warm and relaxed atmosphere Sandy and Caroline created. I expect that was true for other artists as well.

Happy birthday to Folk Legacy, thanks for all the wonderful music, and love to the whole Folk Legacy family, especially dear Caroline!

--Nancy


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Subject: Folk Legacy Turns 50 Concert Pictures
From: Duane D.
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 06:25 PM

I posted two sets of digital images to my flickr gallery from the Folk Legacy 50th Anniversary Concert at the Sounding Board in West Hartford, Connecticut, USA, on October 29, 2011. The First Set contains the best of the images from the sound check and the first half hour or so of the concert before the power outage. The Second Set contains images of the concert after we lost the electricity. All the posted images are full resolution and are as taken without any cropping, resizing, or editing. I have a particular style for how I prefer to image concerts. I prefer to be as invisible as possible to the performers and the audience. I prefer to image with available light only, no flash, and behind the audience. When we lost power, the performers continued in the dark. The staff provided all the candles they could find. I reset my camera to the highest sensitivity, ISO 6400 and the lens wide open at f3.5. I reset the camera's built-in noise reduction software to the highest level of noise reduction and continued imaging by candlelight. The use of the camera's flash was not an option. The flash would have distracted both the performers and the audience and and would have ruined the ambiance of the concert. Please bear all this in mind when viewing the second set. Even with the noise reduction setting, the images appear grainy, especially in the large sizes. In the small sizes they have an "artsy" feel to them. I hope you enjoy what you view.

Do have a great day,
Duane.


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: SINSULL
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 06:27 PM

I too have fond memories of that wonderful rambling house in Sharon. Caroline and I sitting on the floor of an upstairs bedroom watching I Know Where I'm Going while Kendall crabbed about our crappy movie and the baseball game downstairs. When he started giving us all the reasons that the whirlpool scene was wrong we threw him out.
There was another night with a total eclipse of the moon.
There is always magic in that house.
Congratulations on 50. I hope you see 50 more.
Mary


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 Concert Pictures
From: bbc
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 07:13 PM

Thanks for taking these, Duane. It was a great concert!

Barbara


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: kendall
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 07:29 PM

I would have given a lot to have been there.


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: lisa null
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 08:25 PM

As for the alt music concert that happened with Caroline and me...

After singing at the "Urban Folk Song of the 1960s" concert for Pinewoods in NYC, I drove up to Folk-Legacy to stay over for the Folk-Legacy concert this last Saturday. I had my song all practiced and ready to go. My engine was warmed up to drive Caroline and myself when Giles, the videographer, phoned in to tell us how dangerous the roads were-- getting worse by the minute.

So we couldn't go-- a deep, deep disappointment. But Caroline is nothing if not resilient. The power went out but the candles came on.
The temperature got colder and colder but more and more lap robes kept appearing from various corners of the house to keep us toasty and warm. I swear she even took off her Dr. Denton's to keep me comfortable. Somehow, a bottle of Kendal and Jacquie's scotch emerged and we began to laugh. Caroline sang, and I listened and listened-- she shared much of her Jeannie Robertson repertoire with me, including one or two of the "muckle" songs. It was a bittersweet evening full of regrets but full song and beauty.

We slept under mounds of quilts and blankets. The next morning, I copied out words from Sara Cleveland's notebook as sun sparkled on heaps of snow outside the kitchen. David Paton came by and dug out my car so I could begin my long ride back to DC.

I've been unable to reach Caroline or David or Robin by phone to say I got back safely and to express the hope that she made it over to David's, where there is a generator. I have called and called to say thank you, I miss you, I love you as a dear friend... please, if any of you are in touch, convey these thoughts for me.

None of you would believe how positively "nurturing" of me she was all week long except--except that you have experienced so much of this kindness and hospitality for yourselves.


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 Concert Pictures
From: Sandra in Sydney
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 09:56 PM

very impressive photos

thanks for posting the link


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 Concert Pictures
From: Padre
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 10:07 PM

How I wish I could have been there - recording for Sandy was always a joy!! Best wishes to all the Folk Legacy family from the Alleghany Highlands of Virginia.

Tom McHenry


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50
From: Padre
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 10:11 PM

Folk Legacy is a treasure. When the Boarding Party recorded there, it was a mini-festival every day, with Caroline's hospitality, and Sandy's professionalism on the board. Love to all the Folk Legacy family.

Tom McHenry


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: bbc
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 11:16 PM

Lisa, thanks for your post.It was so nice chatting with you Saturday am! I'm glad you & Caroline had good time together, in spite of the weather, etc. Last we heard from Caroline, she was headed over to Sharon Audubon, where they have a generator, so we assume she is safe & warm. Considering the conditions we saw in Litchfield County, when we were trying to get home, it's not surprising we can't reach her. There were telephone & power lines down all over the place, as well as trees/branches blocking at least half of the road in many places. It's going to take some time to put that to rights. Although we have power at my house, the nearby school district where I worked doesn't. School was out today & will be, at least, for tomorrow, as well. That takes two of their five scheduled snow days, in October! Duane had a cell phone number for one of David's daughters & has left a message & asked for information on Caroline, so, hopefully, we'll hear soon.

Barbara


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: katlaughing
Date: 31 Oct 11 - 11:48 PM

Duane, thank you so much for posting the pix. What a beautiful thing...just knowing what brought you all together and what was shared and you captured it beautifully.

lisa, thanks for sharing the night with Caroline. I've heard so much over the years of how welcoming Sandy and Caroline are with guests treated like family. Rick Fielding used to sing their praises as many of the rest of you have done. To those of us who only know/knew them via the telephone, email, and Mudcat, it's very special to read of your times spent there. One of the things I really regret is I didn't know about them when I lived so close in WMASS.

Thanks to you all for the sharing and caring. If one of you does reach Caroline, please send her our love and also let her know I am sure Art Thieme would be signing in here were he able.

G'night,

kat


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: bbc
Date: 01 Nov 11 - 10:09 AM

Hi, folks. I just wanted to let you know that Caroline called me this morning (11-1-11)from a cell phone. She is fine, but there is still no electricity or telephone service at her home. She is spending nights with friends & working at the house during the days. She'll call back later to keep us informed. Lisa, I let you know you are safely home!

best,

Barbara


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: catspaw49
Date: 01 Nov 11 - 10:38 AM

Thanks Duane ... and all for the stories. All my best to Caroline and a Happy Birthday to Folk-Legacy!


Spaw


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: GUEST,matt milton
Date: 01 Nov 11 - 10:43 AM

Sounds like a magical concert, despite everything.

I didn't know Ann Muir lived in France. Does she still gig? (other than, obviously, at significant birthdays...)


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: bbc
Date: 01 Nov 11 - 12:18 PM

Matt, Ann married a Frenchman & has been living in France for several years. She has a webpage


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: bbc
Date: 01 Nov 11 - 12:20 PM

Sorry about that. Meant to add--which appears to be current.

best,

Barbara


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: YorkshireYankee
Date: 01 Nov 11 - 09:33 PM

What LOVELY photos! Especially the second set. You may feel they are technically inferior to the first set, but the lovely, warm, glow of the candle-lit faces surrounded by the dark creates a wonderful intimacy... I prefer the second set. They are so special!

Thanks very much for sharing them.


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: lisa null
Date: 02 Nov 11 - 09:16 AM

Just talked to Caroline. The power and phone are back on at Folk-Legacy, and about 50% of Sharon now has power. She is delighted people thought of her during this "dark" time and thanks them all for their warm wishes.

On a sad note: Brett, the Sounding Board's stalwart soundman was hit by a tree limb while loading up his van after the show. His shoulder and head were struck. he is in the hospital and went through surgery, but people who visited him say he is responsive and likely to recover fully in time. One thing I have learned in my years of involvement with local festivals and productions, mostly through FSGW, is that the music is only one part of a wonderful folk event. So much rests on the tech staff and volunteers....so Brett, though I do not know you, hats off!


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: bbc
Date: 03 Nov 11 - 12:53 PM

Thanks for your message, Lisa. I just started a thread
about Brent, to alert people of his injury.

Barbara


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: Big Mick
Date: 04 Nov 11 - 10:44 AM

My night in the library remains one of my most treasured memories. And the next morning sitting around the table with Caroline and Sandy, their grandkids stopping by, with Mary Lou, Ciara and I ....... Yes, those will remain fond memories all the days of my life.

As to Folk Legacy, I am forever grateful to the Paton's for the gift of creating this amazing label and archive. Just being able to call them friends has given me enter into worlds and communities I could have never imagined being a part of. I am grateful beyond the ability to express to be friends with its creators, it's artists, and it's community.

Here's to 50 more.

All the best,

Mick Lane


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: katlaughing
Date: 16 Dec 11 - 06:11 PM

Refresh for Art now that he's back online.


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: bbc
Date: 17 Dec 11 - 08:51 AM

Nice, kat. Thanks for that!

Barbara


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: Art Thieme
Date: 17 Dec 11 - 11:10 PM

Thanks TO ALL FOR THS THREAD. So MANY OF YOU HAVE BEEN GREAT FRIENDS of ours for several decades. I do appreciate your taking me back to those fine times I've been there singing wiTh you all.

Love-Art Thieme


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: katlaughing
Date: 18 Dec 11 - 12:36 AM

Oh, good. Glad you found this thread, Art!


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: GUEST,silver
Date: 14 Mar 13 - 07:17 AM

Hello Friends,
Yesterday I was absolutely thrilled to find that the FOLK-LEGACY 50th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT IS ON YOUTUBE! 4 very strange videos of mostly darkness and candles, but the music is pure magic! Ed Trickett does a simply wonderful version of "Green rolling hills of West Virginia", Gordon Bok sings a long captivating ballad about being shipwrecked, Larry Kaplan's song for Sandy Paton is beautiful and moving. Ann Mayo Muir has everyone laughing with her stories. All of you who missed the concert, try this! Search for "Folk-Legacy 50th Anniversary".
How on earth this could be recorded I don't know, I thought tape recorders ran on electricity, too, but whoever managed to do it, THANK YOU EVER SO MUCH!

Ulla


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: BK Lick
Date: 15 Mar 13 - 01:23 AM

Folk Legacy Records 50th Anniversary - Part 1
Folk Legacy Records 50th Anniversary - Part 2
Folk Legacy Records 50th Anniversary - Part 3
Folk Legacy Records 50th Anniversary - Part 4
Folk Legacy Records 50th Anniversary - The Sounding Board Coffee House


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Subject: RE: Folk Legacy Turns 50 + photos
From: Joe Offer
Date: 15 Mar 13 - 05:27 PM

Hi, Bruce and Ulla,

Thanks for letting us know about these videos.
I added notes to identify the songs and performers.

-Joe-


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