As part of our celebration of Black History Month, we welcomed Fiddlin' Earl White, one of the few African-American performers in the United States currently playing traditional fiddle tunes, into the studio for some perspective on the influence of Blacks on the history of old-time string band music, and to play some tunes for us.
- Golden Gate (written by Earl White)
- They Swung John Brown from a Sour Apple Tree
- Reilly & Spencer
- Bonaparte's Retreat
Nathan Frazier & Frank Patterson - My Journey Home; Old Joe (Black Fiddlers) Document DOCD-5631 Andrew & Jim Baxter - Goodbye Blues (Black Fiddlers) Document DOCD-5631