Hosted by Jack Linkletter, this television show was a huge stop-over for many of the '60s famous musicians, including Judy Collins, Johnny Cash, Carly Simon, and more, as well as comedians, celebrities, and more. Includes an 8-page booklet.
ContentsDisc 1. Mighty day (Chad Mitchell Trio)
What shall we do with a drunken sailor (Mike Settle)
Mama don't allow ; Froggie went a-courtin' (The Rooftop Singers)
Comedy (Vaughn Meader)
Stakolee (The Journeymen)
Jesus met the woman at the well (Ian & Sylvia)
Anathea (Judy Collins)
Follow the drinking gourd ; When I go down to Bimini (Theodore Bikel)
Kisses sweeter than wine (Judy Collins & Theodore Bikel)
Swing low sweet chariot (The Clara Ward Gospel Singers)
Telling those lies about me (Bob Gibson)
Greenwood Sidie-O (Ian & Sylvia)
Comedy (Woody Allen)
Green, green (The New Christy Minstrels)
Browns Ferry blues ; He was a friend of mine (Dian & The Greenbriar Boys)
Jerry ; Farewell my honey, Cindy Jane (Joe & Eddie)
Song of the cuckoo ; Poor Howard (Eddy Arnold)
Sing out (The Serendipity Singers)
Haul away Joe (Mike Settle)
Harlem nocturne ; Down by the riverside (Herbie Mann and his Sextet)
Sailing away (The Serendipity Singers)
Kumbayah (The Southern Methodist University Ensemble). Disc 2. Midnight Special ; Done laid around (The Limeliters)
C.C. Rider ; Ole Blue (Ian & Sylvia)
East Virginia (Richard & Jim)
I'm going to leave old Texas now (The Limeliters)
Hello Susan Brown ; The John Birch Society (Chad Mitchell Trio)
Let your light from the lighthouse shine on me ; Cottonfields (The Travelers Three)
Fair and tender ladies (The Carter Family)
Winkin', Blinkin' and Nod ; Turn, turn, turn (The Simon Sisters)
Umqokozo ; Love tastes like strawberries (Miriam Makeba)
Comedy (Louis Nye)
Five hundred miles (The Brothers Four)
Reuben's train (The Dillards)
Rocks and gravel (Leon Bibb)
I'm on my way ; I've been working on the railroad (The Rooftop Singers)
Packin' up ; I've got to live the life I sing about in my song (Marion Williams & Stars of Faith)
I'll tell me ma ; Will ye go, lassie? (The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem)
Saturday night ; Denver (The New Christy Minstrels)
Reilly's daughter (The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem)
Michael row the boat ashore (The New Christy Minstrels)
Hot corn, cold corn ; Reuben (Flatt & Scruggs)
Deep river blues (Doc Watson)
He's got the whole world in his hands (The University of Pittsburgh Ensemble). Disc 3. Hootenanny Saturday night ; Bowling Green ; Good morning captain (The Travelers Three)
Water boy ; If I had my way (Jimmie Rodgers)
The ox driver's song ; Hard travelin' (The Brothers Four)
Angelico (Bud & Travis)
Lonesome traveler ; If I had a hammer (Trini Lopez)
Four strong winds (The Brothers Four)
Comedy (Bill Cosby)
Little tyke (The Coventry Singers)
To morrow ; There's a meetin' here tonight (Bob Gibson)
Busted ; Five feet high and rising (Johnny Cash)
Adieu Madras ; Little boxes (Leon Bibb)
Delia's gone (Josh White, Jr.)
Maid of constant sorrow (Beverly White)
One more round ; Trombone Charlie (Hoyt Axton)
Wayfarin' stranger ; Midnight special (Jimmie Rodgers)
Pick a bale of cotton ; Wimoweh (The Tarriers)
Good news, the chariot's coming (Bob Gibson)
Comedy (Jackie Vernon)
Marching to Pretoria (The University of Florida Ensemble).
-- United States.
Country music -- 1961-1970.
Popular music -- 1961-1970.
Concert television programs.
Variety shows (Television programs)
|Publisher|| Los Angeles, CA :Shout! Factory,2007
|Other Titles|| Hootenanny (Television program)
ABC Television Network.
Shout! Factory (Firm)
Host, Jack Linkletter ; with various performers.
Produced by Richard Lewine ; directed by Garth Dietrick ; written by David Greggory.
Title from container.
3 videodiscs (265 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.