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Monday, April 6, 2015

Vassar Clements & Friends , Camp Mather, CA, 9-15-1991 (FM)

Vassar Clements & Friends
(w/ David Grisman, John Hartford, Mark O'Connor, & Gene Libbea)
Strawberry Festival
Camp Mather, CA
1. (Intro)...Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms
2. Kissimmee Kid
3. Doin' My Time
4. Carter Blues
5. Lonesome Fiddle Blues
6. Paddy on the Turnpike (Avalanche)
Tut Taylor Archive Cassette #107 Side B:
Vassar Clements Studio Sessions?,
Earl Scruggs Revue?
Circa Early-Mid 1970s
Unknown Location

7. Lonesome Fiddle Blues
8. Kissimmee Kid
9. House of the Rising Sun (?)
10. I Know What It Means to Be Lonesome
11. Lonesome Reuben
12. Orange Blossom Special
13. Just Joshin'
14. Travelin' Down This Lonesome Road
15. Foggy Mountain Breakdown
16. Home Sweet Home
17. Instrumental (?)
18. Lonesome Road Blues
Tut Taylor Archive Cassette #107 contains
two separate recordings.  Side A is a
live performance at the Strawberry Festival
(Camp Mather, CA, 9/15/91) by Vassar Clements,
with David Grisman, John Hartford, Mark O'Connor,
& Gene Libbea.  Side B contains what appears to be
several studio session recordings by Vassar
Clements; on the first several songs it
sounds like David Grisman on mandolin, but then
Vassar is supported by a full band that sounds
like the Earl Scruggs Revue (with Earl Scruggs
and Josh Graves). 

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