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Date: Oct. 10

Reel #2 of [[underline]]7[[/underline]]
Sound Tech: Nick Haus [Nick Haus]

[[strikethrough]]#1[[/strikethrough]] Gordon, Son Phil-Gordon Tanner- fiddle
1) Flop Eared Mule Phil Tanner- rhythm guitar

2)Roll 'EM on the Ground- vocal-G.T

3) Waltz- G.T.- fiddle, P.T.- guitar

4) Hop High Ladies- G.T fiddle, P.T- guitar

5) "Durang's Hornpipe" (Fisher's?)- G.T. fiddle, P.T.- guitar

7) Liberty- G.T.- fiddle, P.T- guitar

8) Down Yonder (first- history of its recording 
by G.T.) G.T- fiddle, P.T.- guitar

9) Art Rosenbaum- program guide announcement

#2 Narrative Session
Bill Moore- field worker, Jack McGalliard- dog trot builder
Jessie Freeman, Walter [[strikethrough]] Braugdom [[/strikethrough]] Braugdon- dog trot builders

1) Introduction by Bill Moore

2) Walter [[strikethrough]] Braugdom   [[/strikethrough]] Braugdon- discusses life in dog trot houses, their construction, etc... 

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