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LOGGER'S SHEET

LOGGER: Greg Wood
REEL NUMBER: 4B
STAGE: Michigan Music
DATE: 6-24-87
PRESENTOR: N. Spitzer
GROUP NAME: The Hammon Family (originally from Ozarks of Arkansas; Davison, Mich.)
REGION/STYLE: Old-Time String Band

| PERFORMER(S) | INSTRUMENT/OCCUPATION |
| Mel Hammon | fiddle/vocals/mandolin |
| Marge Hammon | mandolin/vocals (Mel's wife) |
| Ron Hammon | guitar/vocals |
| George Hammon | "doghouse" bass/vocals |

CONTENTS
1. Introduction: Hammon Family history - by N. Spitzer
2. opening instrumental
3. "Bonaparte's Retreat" - featuring Ron Hammon's vocals
4. "Shackles and Chains" - featuring Ron Hammon
5. "Trouble Among the Yearlings": instrumental
6. "Naomi - " - featuring George Hammon on vocals/bass
7. "Better Times are Comin'"
8. "Led by the Master's Hand" - gospel tune (guitar, bass, mandolin only)
9. "On the Bank of the Ohio" (guitar, bass, mandolin only)
10. false start: Dream from Heaven" instrumental - untitled
11. "Green County, Arkansas"
12. "Paradise"
13. "Under the Double Eagle"
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