Southwest Folklore Center Cassette Recordings Collection, 1975-1995

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Southwest Folklore Center Cassette Recordings Collection, 1975-1995

SWF 009


Collection Summary

Creator: Southwest Folklore Center
Collection Name Southwest Folklore Center Cassette Recordings Collection
Inclusive Dates: 1975-1995
Physical Description:20 linear feet
AbstractCassette recordings of gospel music, country and western music, Mexican American and Native American music, cowboy songs, and interviews with Arizona residents. Most cassettes are commercially produced.
Collection NumberSWF 009
Language: Materials in EnglishSpanshApache Languages
Repository University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections
University of Arizona
PO Box 210055
Tucson, AZ 85721-0055
Phone: 520-621-6423
Fax: 520-621-9733
URL: http://speccoll.library.arizona.edu/
E-Mail: LBRY-askspcoll@email.arizona.edu

Historical Note

The Southwest Folklore Center was founded in 1979 upon the dissolution of the University of Arizona Folklore Committee. Since then it has served as an archive for folklore material. Its activities include actively researching and collecting information about Arizona's folk communities, generating outreach programs, and coordinating folk activities throughout the state.


Scope and Content Note

The collection consists chiefly of commercially produced cassette recordings of gospel music, country and western music, Native American music and cowboy songs. Performers include many Native American musicians from Arizona. Music performed by Native American musicians and published by Canyon Records of Phoenix, Arizona, comprises a large portion of the cassette recordings. The collection includes cassettes of music written and performed by Lalo Guerrero, Mexican American musician born in Tucson, Arizona.

The collection includes interviews with Arizona residents, folk artists and musicians, and recordings of performances at annual cowboy poetry gatherings.


Arrangement

This collection is organized according to accession into the collection.

Restrictions

Restrictions

Restricted. Researchers must use copies of all cassettes when they are available. An item level listing of all cassettes in the collection is available at the end of this document. Duplicates of the cassettes are numbered to correspond to the call numbers of the original cassettes.

Copyright

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright (the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates, or literary executors). The user agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Arizona Board of Regents for the University of Arizona, its officers, employees, and agents from and against all claims made by any person asserting that he or she is an owner of copyright.


Access Terms

Subject(s)
Apache Indians – Music
Blackfeet Indians – Music
Corridos
Cowboys - Songs and music
Cowboys -- West (U.S.) -- Poetry
Folk music
Folk music – Arizona
Folk songs, Spanish
Hopi Indians – Music
Indians of Mexico – Music
Indians of North America - Arizona – Music
Indians of North America – Southwest
Mariachi music
Mexican Americans – Music
Navajo Indians – Music
Organ music
Pima Indians – Music
Polkas
Tohono O'odham Indians – Music
Waila (Chicken scratch music)

Genre Form(s)
Guerrero, Lalo, 1916-
Revolutionary ballads and songs – Mexico
University of Arizona. Southwest Folklore Center


Administrative Information

Credit Line

Southwest Folklore center Cassette Recordings Collections (SWF 009). Special Collections, University of Arizona Libraries.

Processing History

Processed by Staff; Trent Purdy (2013); Michelle Nicole Boyer-Kelly (2017).


Container List

Series I Recordings, 1975-1995
Recordings in order of accession, following local call number system.
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1SWF 80.2/C.1 Interview with Everett Brisendine, Brisendine, Everett 1980 February 26 Chino Valley, AZ., February 26, 1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Information from acquisitions file... Interview with Everett Brisendine, rawhide braider, cowboy and poet by James S. Griffith and Larry Evers... Transcription of interview includes poems: Just me -- Standin' nightguard -- To a wonderful lady -- In memory of a pardner -- A Cowboy is going to town -- Signs of the times -- The Sub-divisions -- My toeholt in the foothills -- These old hands -- Life is like a game of poker -- Never give up -- My choctaw -- Chuckwagon cook -- Collected by James S. Griffith and Larry Evers

1SWF 80.3/C.1 Interview with Rev. Hilaseo Howard, Hilaseo, Howard, Rev. 1979 December 15 Eloy, AZ., December 15, 1979; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file 80.3: James S. Griffith and Worth Lang interview Reverend Hilaseo Howard of Eloy, Arizona, December 15, 1979... Stories include one about a rabbit running a race with a hedgehog, Howard's life story, a story about a white man trying to scare a black man, a story about a white girl with father's stallion, a story about Truth and Lie's clothing... transcription located in file 80.3/C.1.T...Collected by James S. Griffith and Worth Lang

1SWF 80.4/C.1 Interview with Edith Sayre Auslander, Auslander, Edith Sayre 1980 December 15 Tucson, AZ., March 7, 1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Information from acquisitions file... tape contains interview with Edith Sayre Auslander by James S. Griffith about Mexican folklore including: La Llorena; Wings on bad children; El Tiradito; Promesas... Transcription of interview in acquisitions file. Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 80.6/C.1 Interview with Slim Harper and Rocky Harper, Harper, Slim and Rocky Harper 1980 August 30 Huachuca City, AZ., August 30, 1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Transcription of interview in acquisitions file... Recording contains interview with Slim Harper and Rocky Harper by James S. Griffith about cowboys and cowboy life... Donated by James S. Griffith

1SWF 80.7/C.1 Entrevista con Lidia Mendoza, Mendoza, Linda 1977 October Marriott Hotel,[Tucson, AZ]., October, 1977; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file 80.7: Tape contains Lisa W. Cobb's (anthropology student, Pima Community College) interview with Lidia Mendoza, in Spanish, at Tucson's Marriott Hotel, October 7, 1977... File 80.7/C.1.T includes transcription in Spanish...

1SWF 80.8/C.1 Interview with Elizabeth Konuch, Konuch, Elizabeth 1980 May 1 Tempe, AZ., May 1, 1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file 80.8: "Interview concerns Mrs. Konuch's family tradition (Czech) of Easter egg decorating; some life history... Also a discussion of her mother's beaded, embroidered wedding cap... transcription located in file 80.8/C.1.T...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 80.9/C.1 Interview with Clay Ramsey, Ramsey, Clay 1980 December 11 Phoenix, AZ., December 11, 1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisiton file 80.9: James S. Griffith interviews Clay Ramsey, at his Phoenix home, December 11, 1980... Topics include the history of Ramsey's involvememt in Old-Timer Record Company of Phoenix; the general Phoenix square dance scene of the 1940's and 1950's; local fiddlers... Transcription is located in file 80.9/C.1.T...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 81.4/C.1 Interview with Slim Kite, Kite, Slim (Luther) 1981 Februrary 25 Chino Valley, AZ., Februrary 25, 1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file 81.4: James S. Griffith interviews Slim Kite in Chino Valley, Februrary 25, 1981... Transcription located in acquisitions file 81.4/C.1.T...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 81.5/C.1 Interview with Dick Denny, Denny, Dick 1981 Februrary 26 Skull Valley, AZ., February 26, 1981; 1 sound cassette (60 min.), analog
NOTES: Information from acquisitions file... Interview with Dick Denny by James S. Griffith... Transcription of interview in acquisitions file includes lyrics to songs... The Hophead -- Platonia -- Utah -- Zebra dun -- Strawberry roan -- Stories: [Cattle and a frog] -- [Biographical stories]...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 81.6/C.1 Interview with Elizabeth Franklin, Franklin, Elizabeth 1981 April 9 Tucson, AZ., April 9, 1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Transcription of interview in file, 81.6/C.1.T... Interview by Tatjana Swihart with Elizabeth Franklin discusses fairies and her beliefs about fairies... This tape and transcription were part of an English assignment at the University of Arizona......Collected by Tatjana Swihart

1SWF 81.12/C.1 Interview with Anne Meyer, Meyer, Anne 1981 June 2 Tucson, AZ., June 2, 1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From file 81.12/C.1.T... Interview conducted at Anne Meyer's house, Tucson, Arizona... Meyers discusses Ukranian egg decorating and embroidery... transcription in file... tape and transcription were part of an English class assignment, University of Arizona...Collected by Claire Rosenberg

1SWF 81.13/C.1 Interview with Ernie Nelson, Nelson, Ernie 1980 December 3 Tucson, AZ., December 3, 1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file, 81.13/M-1: The interview was conducted at the University of Arizona Folk Lore Center... Interview was with Ernie Nelson, senior member of the Finery Cross Peabrook Society and The Seven Pipers, both of Tucson, Arizona. Mr. Nelson discusses the history of the groups, bagpipe playing and music... Transcript of interview is in acquisitions file... Tape and transcript part of an assignment for English 441, Spring, 1981, at the University of Arizona...Collected by Terri Fowlie

1SWF 81.17/C.1 Songs by Carol Huish, Huish, Carol 1981 November 8 Douglas, AZ., November 8, 1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Tape contains nine unaccompanied ballads sung by Carol Huish at her home... recorded by her daughter, Sharon Huish as part of an assignment for English 449 at the University of Arizona...Collected by Sharon Huish

1SWF 81.20/C.1 Interview with Marion Maxwell, Maxwell, Marion 1980 September 4 Springerville, Az., September 4, 1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Cassette contains interview with Marion Maxwell about the Maxwell family band (White Mountain Orchestra)...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 82.8/C.1 Interview with Jimenez Heliodoro, Heliodoro, Jimenez 1975 January January, 1975; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Tape contains a report of a visit to Jimenez Heliodoro's pottery shop in Nogales...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 82.8/C.2 Interview with Jimenez Heliodoro, Heliodoro, Jimenez 1981 September 6 Tumacacori, AZ., September 6, 1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisition Inventory: Tape contains interview by James S. Griffith with Heliodoro regarding his apprenticeship as a potter in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico in 1932... In Spanish... Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 82.9/C.1 Interview with Arturo Montoya and Anne Meyer, Montoya, Arturo and Anne Meyer 1979 September 9 [September 9, 1979]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Side one contains an interview by James S. Griffith with Arturo Montoya at his home, about his talents as an artist/sculptor his dedication of these talents to the Yaqui culture... Side two contains an interview by James S. Griffith with Anne Meyer about Ukrainian crafts, including pysanky (decorated eggs), embroidery, and woodcarving...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 82.10/C.1 Interview about flour tortillas with Ramona Alegria and Consuelo Martinez, Alegria, Ramona and Consuelo Martinez 1981 June 6 Tumacacori, AZ., June 6, 1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Interview taped at Tumacacori, Arizona... interviews discuss flour tortilla making...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 82.11/C.1 Interview with Maria Rodriquez, Rodriguez, Maria 1981 June 20 Tumacacori. AZ., June 20, 1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: interview with Maria Rodriguez discusses tortilla making... taped at Tumacacori, Arizona...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 82.12/C.1 Interview with Wade Mainer and Bill Hensley, Mainer, Wade and Bill Hensley 1982 February 16 February 16, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: tape contains an interview recorded at James S. Griffith's house... includes banjo tunings, some songs and a discussion of the banjo...

1SWF 82.14/C.1 Songs from I.D. Jones and Kenneth Jones, Jones, I.D. and Kenneth Jones 1982 May 6 San Simon, AZ., May 6, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: tape includes "songs and short interview with I.D. Jones (aged 94) and son, Kenneth Jones, outside their home near San Simon, Arizona"... Acqusitions Inventory indicates tape is of poor quality...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 82.18/C.1 Notes from interview with Mrs. Alexandra Romaneko, Romaneko, Mrs. Alexandra 1982 April 28 San Simon, AZ., May 6, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Mrs. Romaneko is a Ukranian pysanky (decorated egg) maker, from Tucson, Arizona. Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 82.19/C.1 Interview with Jesus Leon Gutierrez, Gutierrez, Jesus Leon 1982 May 15 May 15, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisition Inventory... Sr. Leon is from Barrio Cruzero, Imuris, Sonora, Mexico... Sr. Leon discusses making articulos religiosos (religious articles) and a puppet show (títeres) his father ran in Sonora... In Spanish...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 82.27/C.1 Mormon Cowboy, Gutierrez, Sauders, Charlie [198?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file 82.27: "...tape sent in response to letter in the Globe "Silver Belt" inquiring about the song, "Mormon Cowboy." Contains spoken introduction; a few biographical details; a performance of the song; a request for a more complete text; and a return address"... Transcription located in file 82.27/C.1...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 82.28/C.1 Interview with Josefina Gallegos, Gallegos, Josefina 1982 April 4 [April 4, 1982]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file 82.28: "Fr. Charles Polzer and Bernard Fontana, both of the University of Arizona interviewed Josefina Gallegos, "Chata", the sacristana of San Ignacio de Caborica, Sonara and her sister [Teresa Gallegos] in Sra. Gallegos' house on Palm /Sunday, April 4, 1982... [Gallegos discussed] San Ignacio's traditional Holy Week as it was celebrated in the 1930's... Interview in Spanish... Transcript in file 82.28/C.1.T...Collected by Charles Polzer and Bernard Fontana

1SWF 82.29/C.1 Interview with Ruth Dyer, Dyer, Ruth 1982 July 17 Tucson, AZ., July 17, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file 82.29: Interview by James S. Griffith with Ruth Dyer at her home in Tucson, Arizona, regarding the making of rag rugs and tatting... Transcript located in file 82.29/C.1.T...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 82.30/C.1 St. Johns Four Wards Variety Show: Memories of the past, St. Johns Four Wards Variety Show 1982 July 22 St. Johns, AZ., July 22, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Recording of the St. John's Four Wards Variety Show, "Memories of the Past," held on July 22, 1982, as part of St. John's Pioneer Days Celebration. Notes in the Acquisition Inventory indicate that the recording quality is poor, and that parts of the program were omitted... Notes in the acquisition file indicate that a printed program is available in the Archive's St. Johns Pioneer Day, 1982, file...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 82.32/C.1 Interview with Lydia Mendoza, Mendoza, Lydia 1982 September 30 Washington, D.C., Recorded at the Ethnic Music Conference, September 30, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Acqusition files contain transcription of interview with Lydia Mendoza by James S. Griffith... In Spanish and English...Collected by James S. Griffith

1SWF 82.33/C.1 Oral History of the Pueblo Opodepe, Sonora 1974 April 8 Washington, D.C., Recorded at the Ethnic Music Conference, September 30, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Information from Acqusitions Inventory: tape contains interview with an elderly gentleman by James S. Griffith and Arturo Oliveros about the history of Opodepe... Discussion involves a tour of the church; the village Easter ceremony and an Apache attack of the town during Holy week ... In Spanish...Collected by James S. Griffith and Arturo Oliveros

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2SWF 82.34/C.1 Interview with Norma Reynolds, Reynolds, Norma 1977 Tucson, AZ., 1977; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: tape contains an interview by James S. Griffith with Norma Reynolds about her life and music... interview conducted at Reynold's home... "Reynolds has appeared at the Tucson Meet Yourself Festivals and tapes of those appearances are available in the Archive"...Collected by James S. Griffith

2SWF 82.35/C.1 Interview [with] Doña Luz Valenzuela, Valenzuela, Doña Luz 1978 March 8 Tucson, AZ., March 8, 1978; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: interview conducted by James S. Griffith and Richard Morales with Doña Luz Valenzuela in her house, March 8, 1978, Tucson, Arizona, on the subject of holiday foods, especially foods served during Lent. Collected by James S. Griffith and Richard Morales

2SWF 82.37/C.1 Interview with Alfonso Flores and Tina Salcido, Flores, Alfonso and Tina Salcido 1981 May 5 Tubac, AZ., May 5, 1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Acquisitions file contains transcriptions of interviews by James S. Griffith, with Alfonso Flores, a woodcarver, and Tina Salcido, a corn tortilla maker... Flores was interviewed at his home in Tubac, Arizona... Salcido was interviewed at Tumacacori National Monument... Interviews are about their lives and crafts... In Spanish...Collected by James S. Griffith

2SWF 82.43/C.1 Interview with Ernesto and Gloria Delgadillo, Delgadillo, Ernesto and Gloria 1982 December 7 Tucson, AZ., December 7, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Acquisitions file contains transcription of interview with Ernesto and Gloria Delgradillo by James S. Griffith... Interview was recorded at the Delgadillo's home and discusses piñata making skills, their piñata business and tradition... In Spanish...Collected by James S. Griffith

2SWF 82.44/C.1 Interview with Cruz Lopez, Velasquez, Cruz Lopez 1982 December 9 [Sonora, Mexico], December 9, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions file 82.44: "Interview by James S. Griffith (Richard Morales holding mike, asking occasional questions) and Cruz Lopez Velasquez. The interview took place in Sr. Lopez' store, where he and his wife make and sell plaster cast statues of sacred personages"... File 82.44/C.1.T includes transcription... Interview in Spanish...Collected by James S. Griffith

2SWF 83.1/C.1 Interview with Pete Castillo, Castillo, Pete 1982 December 29 December 29, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file 83.1: "Interview by James S. Griffith and Richard Morales with Pete Castillo of Marana, AZ... Includes Pete's recollections of Juan Johnson, a Black cowboy who worked in the Sasco-Silver Bell-Redrock area in the 1920's and was a pal of Pete's; Pete's story of the life and death of El Texano, a legendary stage robber in the Tucson-Picacho area [bibliography included]... Transcript located in file 83.1/C.1... Interview in Spanish...Collected by James S. Griffith and Richard Morales

2SWF 83.4/C.1 Frank Grinnell plays banjo, Ginnell, Frank [AZ], Copyright by Frank Grinnell, [198-?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Frank Grinnell on cover... From acquisition file 83.4: "Tape... recorded by Mr. Grinnell of himself playing tenor banjo... Biographical information included as well as an article from the 'Green Valley News/Sun'"... File 83.4/C.1.T includes transcription... Musicians include: Frank Grinnell; Lynn Farone, vocal; Tom Deane, bass; Manny Truman and the Bourbon Street Dixieland Band... Heart of my heart -- China boy -- Battle hymn of the Republic -- Birth of the blues -- Basin Street -- Manicure -- China Town -- Lover, come back to me -- Old rocking chair's got me -- I know that you know -- Back home again in Indiana -- Corn relish -- "Up the lazy river" --

2SWF 83.5/C.1 Hurley - Leta - Mollie, McCombs, Hurley 1993 January [January], 1993; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file 83.5: "Fiddle tunes and songs learned by Jurley McCombs from his father...[tunes] have been in the family for four generations in Missouri... file contains a two-page manuscript, in pencil, of the "The Dying Cowboy" as sung by Leta McCombs... Transcription located in file 83.5/C.1.T...Waltz in G -- Waltz in D -- Hoedown in D -- Hoedown in D -- "Rabbit[?] where's your mammy" -- The Dying cowboy -- "Dying Ranger", (Leta McCombs, Fred and Molly Warren, accompanied on banjo by Hurley McCombs) --Collected by James S. Griffith

2SWF 83.6/C.1 [Built] on a slim foundation of fact: A look at cowboy humor, James S. Griffith 1983 [Tucson, AZ., 1983]; 1 sound cassette (28:45 min.), analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file, 83.6: "...copy of the program, 'Built on a slim foundation of fact: a look at cowboy humor' which was produced in cooperation with KUAT AM. It is a half hour show which has received national distribution and aired July, 1982. The program was produced in May of 1982 by James S. Griffith and Cephas Bowles of KUAT. It features stories, tall tales, and a song performed by five old-time Arizona cowboys: the late Van Holyoak of Clay Springs; Everett Brisendine of Chino Valley; Marvin Bennett of Mayer; Gail Gardner of Prescott; and Dick Denny who is now a resident of Australia. James S. Griffith serves as narrator and the music is provided by Tucon's own Ed Smith and Dean Armstrong"... Transcript located in file 83.6/C.1.T...

2SWF 83.7/C.1 Dick Denny correspondence tape, Denny, Dick 1982 December 25 December 25, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Information from Acqusitions Inventory, "Dick Denny, an old time central Arizona rancher, comments on the radio program, 'A slim foundation of fact...' which featured one of his narratives. He describes Queensland, Australia, where he has settled and reminisces about family ranching"...

2SWF 83.8/C.7 Interview with Don Pedro Rodriguez, Rodríguez, Don Pedro 1983 February 13 Sonoita, AZ., February 13, 1983; 1 sound cassette, analog, dolby stereo
NOTES: From Acquisition Inventory, tape includes interview and songs by Don Pedro Rodríguez, harpist...This is a dub of a tape collected by Phillip Sonningham...Original tape was recorded at the Steak Out Restaurant in Sonoita, Arizona...Songs include, Amor de madre -- Las Perlitas -- 1181 -- Serenata huasteca (huapango) -- Torreon alerdo -- Campanitas (polka) -- La Norteña -- El Costeño -- Nube gris --

2SWF 83.12/C.1 Interview with José Pomposa Salaza Araiza of Nogales, Araiza, José Pmposa Salazar 1982 February 27 Tucson, AZ., February 27, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol. 1
NOTES: Interview with Bill Hensley of Tucson...Collected by Keith and Kathy Cunningham...Includes his life story, banjo tunes, and songs...Information in Acquisition files includes transcription of tape...Collector: Keith Cunningham and Kathy Cunningham.

2SWF 83.12/C.2 Interview with Bill Hensley of Tucson, Hensley, Bill 1982 February 27 Tucson, AZ., February 27, 1982; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol. 2
NOTES: Collected by Keith and Kathy Cunningham... Interview with Bill Hensley of Tucson, Arizona about his life, banjo tunes and songs... Information in acquisition file includes transcript...Collector: Keith Cunningham and Kathy Cunningham.

2SWF 83.21/C.1 Guest ranches in Arizona, Agins, Singin' Sam 1979 1979; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol. 1
NOTES: Acquisition files include a transcription... tape contains an interview between James S. Griffith and Sam Agins and a lecture by Sam Agins about his singing career at guest ranches in Arizona... lecture was given in the fall of 1979...Collector: James S. Griffith

2SWF 83.21/C.2 Guest ranches in Arizona, Agins, Singin' Sam 1979 1979; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol. 2
NOTES: Acquisition files include a transcription... tape contains an interview between James S. Griffith and Sam Agins and a lecture by Sam Agins about his singing career at guest ranches in Arizona... lecture was given in the fall of 1979...Collector: James S. Griffith

2SWF 83.25/C.1 The Cowboy Tour, The Cowboy Tour 1983 Washington, DC., Produced by the National Council for the Traditional Arts, p1983; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph by Joe Wilson of the Cowboy Tour, taken at Judge Roy Bean's Jersey Lilly Saloon, Langtry, Texas, on cover...Performers include: Everett Brisendine; Duff Severe; Ken Trowbridge; Brownie Ford; Glenn Ohrlin; Junior Dougherty; Johnny Whenan; Karen Haleamau...A Part-time job -- The High-toned dance -- Old cowboys -- Streets of Laredo -- Bull Elk story -- The Cowboy's reincarnation -- Banks of the Ponchatrain -- A Second cold-nosed dog -- Boomer Johnson -- Bedridden in Arizona -- Jacinto Trevino -- Hanohano Olinda -- Away out there -- Sally Goodin -- Peñas clavadas -- Rodeo Romeo -- Kaula Ili -- Maiden's prayer --

2SWF 83.26/C.18 The Mormon Cowboy, Toelken, Barre 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Tape contains a version of the Mormon Cowboy as performed by Barre Toelken...Tape is part of an open-ended collection of materials about the Mormon Cowboy available in acquisitions file, 83.26...

2SWF 84.4/C.1 Interview between James S. Griffith and Jim Officer, and Leonardo Yañez, "El Nano", Yañez, Leonardo 1984 Douglas, AZ., Hotel Gadsten, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog, [vol.1]
NOTES: Interview conducted Jaunary 27, 1984... Acquisitions file contains Spanish transcription and English translations...Collector: James S. Griffith.

2SWF 84.4/C.2 Yañez interviews, Yañez, Leonardo 1984 Douglas, AZ., Hotel Gadsten, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog, [vol.2]
NOTES: From acquisitions file: [James] Officer's back-up recording of interview with Leonardo Yañez, Douglas, Arizona, January, 27, 1984... File contains Spanish transcription and English translation... El moto de cumpas (performed by Los Doneños) -- Dos caballos Iamosos (performed by Gilberto Valenzuela, records the deaths of El Moro and Reámpago) --...Collector: James S. Griffith.

2SWF 84.7/C.1 Interview with Arnulfo D. Trejo and Marco Antonio Jerez, Trejo, Arnulfo D. and Marco Antonio Jerez 1984 Tucson, AZ., University of Arizona Administration Building, March 6, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
From acquisitions file: "James Griffith and Celestino Fernandez (of the U. of A.'s sociology department)...interview...Marco Antonio Jerez and Arnulfo D. Trejo regarding their winning original entry, `El Corrido del Merino,' at the 1983 Tucson Meet Yourself corrido contest."...Collector: James S. Griffith and Celestino Fernandez.

2SWF 84.8/C.1 The Lore of the cowboy [in song and story] 1983 [Prescott, AZ.,] Sharlot Hall Museum, October 9, 1983; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file: cassette tape of the "Lore of the cowboy" concert at Sharlot Hall Museum...Warren Miller interviews Everett Brisendine, Slim Kite, Bernetta Boot, and Gail Gardner...Songs and recitations include: Old cowboys never die (Everett Brisendine) -- Cowboy's dream (Slim Kite) -- When it's round-up time in Texas (Bernetta Boot) -- Cowboy's life (Gail Gardner) -- In memory of a pardner (Everett Brisendine) -- Sierry Petes (Gail Gardner) -- She'll be coming around the mountain (Everett Brisendine) -- Flop-eared mule (Slim Kite) -- Moonshine steer (Gail Gardner)...also includes a number of untitled stories...

2SWF 84.10/C.1 Tucson old time fiddle contest, Armory Park, February 26, 1984 1984 February 26 Tucson, AZ., February 26, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file: Announcer, Loveless Gardner...Contestants include: Tony Cook; Dale Pauley; Jim Scodsdale; Darwin Long; Chuck Camp; Richard Spenser...Transcript is available in acquisitions file 84.10/C.1...Collector: James S. Griffith.

2SWF 84.13/C.1 Cliff Edwards Interview and songs, Edwards, Cliff 1984 May 10 Coolidge, AZ., May 10, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file: Recorded at the home of Mrs. Bessie Henley, Coolidge, Arizona...Interview with and songs by Cliff Edwards, retired "cowboy and barnstormer"...More information regarding Mr. Edwards and a transcript of the interview available in 84.13/C.1.T...City boy's life in a country town -- The Cowboy's prayer -- The Strawberry roan -- The Zebra dun --Collector: James S. Griffith.

2SWF 84.14/C.1 Bring back the cowboys, Biddy, Dr. John D.C. 1983 1983; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Transcription located in acquisitions file... Bring back the cowboys --

2SWF 84.14/C.2 Interview with Harold Morgan, Morgan, Harold 1984 August 18 Cornville, AZ., August 18, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview by Warren Miller... Acquistion file includes transcription of interview and song lyrics... Hobo Jack's last ride -- untitled -- untitled -- The Yellow Rose of Texas -- Wreck of the Royal Palm -- untitled -- Little Joe -- Untitled -- Why do you bob your hair, girls? -- Save my mother's picture from the sale -- T for Texas, T for Tennessee -- The Banks of the Old Oak Creek --Collector: Warren Miller.

2SWF 84.14/C.3 Interview with Harold Miller, Miller, Harold 1984 August 17 Cornville, AZ., August 17, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with Harold Morgan by Warren Miller... Transcript located in acquisitions file... Poems and songs include: untitled (poem) -- Come sit by my side little darling (song) -- I'll fly away (song) -- untitled (song) -- When the work's done this fall (song) -- untitled (song) -- untitled (song) -- The Hobo and the Angelus (poem) -- If you'll let me be your little sweetheart (song) -- untitled (song) -- Tobacco song (song) ---Collector: Warren Miller.

2SWF 84.14/C.4 Interview with Ross Knox, Knox, Ross 1984 August 21 Grand Canyon Caverns, AZ., August 21, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with Ross Knox by Warren Miller... Acquisition file includes transcript... Poems include: Hollywood bound -- Yavapia Pete -- untitled -- The Cowboy's prayer -- Easy chairs and saddle sores -- Git put in a double harness -- So long -- Cold and lonely -- untitled -- The Dying times --Collector: Warren Miller.

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3SWF 84.14/C.5 Interview with Harold Morgan, Morgan, Harold 1984 August 31 Cornville, AZ., August 31, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with Harold Morgan by Warren Miller... Acquisition file includes transcripts... Songs include: The Unclouded day -- untitled -- untitled -- untitled -- Put my little shoes away -- untitled -- untitled -- Silver-haired Daddy of mine -- Mother was a lady (or, If Jack were only here) -- Little boy of mine -- No one will ever know -- Too late -- Muleskinner blues -- My curly-headed baby -- untitled -- untitled -- Silver threads among the gold -- Instrumental untitled --Collector: Warren Miller.

3SWF 84.14/C.6 Interview with Clyde Wamsley, Wamsley, Clyde 1984 September 28 Taylor, AZ., September 28, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with Clyde Wamsley by Warren Miller... Transcript located in acquisition file...Songs include: Sierra Pete -- untitled -- Strawberry roan -- untitled --

3SWF 84.14/C.7 Interview with Earl Rogers, Rogers, Earl 1984 October 3 Tonto Flat, AZ., October 3, 1984 and October 26, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview by Warren Miller...Collector: Warren Miller

3SWF 84.14/C.8 Interview with Harold Morgan, Morgan, Harold 1984 November 9 Cornville, AZ., November 9, 1984, 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with Harold Morgan by Warren Miller... transcript located in acquisition file... Songs and poems include: Nobody's darling but mine (song) -- Too late (song) -- Train whistle blues (song) -- Waiting for a train (song) -- Way out there (poem) -- Tumblin weeds (song) -- Fraulein (song) -- untitled (song) -- We sat beneath the maple on the hill (song) -- I'm so lonesome I could cry (song) --Collector: Warren Miller

3SWF 84.14/C.9 Interview with Ross Knox, Knox, Ross 1984 November 23 Seligman, AZ., November 23, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog, tape 2
NOTES: Interview with Ross Knox by Warren Miller... transcript located in acquisition file... Poems include: The Old nighthawk -- The Experiment -- Windy Bill -- Women drivers -- The Long-eared bull -- Little blue roan -- Brewery Gulch Gazette -- Bear ropin' buckaroo -- The Ridge running roan -- The Hell-bound train -- Cowboy's prayer -- The Cowboy's dream --Collector: Warren Miller

3SWF 84.14/C.10 Interview with Ross Knox, Knox, Ross 1984 November 23 Seligman, AZ., November 23, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog, tape 2
NOTES: Interview with Ross Knox by Warren Miller... transcript located in acquisition file... Poems include: Git put in a double harness -- Hollywood bound -- Easy chairs and saddle sores -- Cold and lonely -- The Dying times -- So long -- Going home -- untitled --Collector: Warren Miller

3SWF 84.14/C.11 Interview with Harry Taylor, Taylor, Harry 1984 December 3 Scottsdale, AZ., December 3, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with Harry Taylor by Warren Miller... transcript located in acquisition file... Poems include: Murph and McClop -- untitled -- The U-P train -- Zebra dun -- Tying knots in the devil's tail -- Windy Bill --Collector: Warren Miller

3SWF 84.14/C.12 Interview sith Dave Ericcson and Duane Reese, Ericcson, Dave and Duane Reese 1984 December 7 Alamo, AZ., December 7, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with Dave Ericcson and Duane Reese by Warren Miller... transcript located in acquisition file... Poems include: Silver bells and golden spurs -- The Little blue roan -- An Experiment -- The Long-eared bull -- No imposter -- The Cowboy's dream -- Collector: Warren Miller

3SWF 84.14/C.13 Interview with Ross Knox, Knox, Ross 1985 February 1 Elko, NV; February 1, 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with Ross Knox by James S. Griffith at the Cowboy Poetry Gathering... transcript located in acquisition file... Poems include: The Old nighthawk -- An Experiment -- Women drivers -- D-2 Horse wrangler -- Prairie Gulch Gazette or Star -- Little blue roan -- Collector: James S. Griffith

3SWF 84.14/C.14 Arizona cowboy poets, Miller, Warren, Duane Reece, Everett Brisendine, and Ross Knox 1985 February 2 Elko, NV; February 1, 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Recorded on February 2, 1985 in Elko, Nevada at the Cowboy Poetry Gathering...The Arizona presentation performers include: Warren Miller; Duane Reece; Everett Bridendine; Ross Knox...Cowboy sign (Duane Reece) -- Untitled (Everett Brisendine) -- Untitled (Ross Knox) -- The Old nighthook (Ross Knox) -- No imposter (Duane Reece) -- To a wonderful lady (Everett Brisendine) -- Git put in a double harness (Ross Knox) -- Hollywood bound (Ross Knox) --Collector: James S. Griffith

3SWF 84.14/C.15 Interview with Melvin Whipple about the Arizona Strip, Whipple, Melvin 1985 February 2 Elko, NV; February 1, 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: James S. Griffith interviews Melvin Whipple of Hereford, Texas on February 2, 1985 at the Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nevada...Acquisitions file includes transcription of conversation and recitations...Majority of interview comprises reminiscences of ranching in the Arizona Strip from the 1930's to 1950's...Poetry includes: Bad night on the Seals Ranch -- Washes in the night --Collector: James S. Griffith

3SWF 84.14/C.16 Favorite cowboy recitations: Cowboy poets and their poems, Cowboy Poetry Gathering Salt Lake City, UT., Utah Folklife Center; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: First Annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering in Elko, Nevada...The Cowboy's prayer (Owen Johnson) -- Strawberry roan (Ray Lashley) -- Zebra dun (Larry Schutte) -- Shag Brauntay (Bud Bartram) -- Home sweet home (Sam Scheyler) -- Murph and McClop (Harry Taylor) -- The Courtship of young Waddie (Randy Stowell) -- The Flying outlaw (Waddie Mitchell) -- Old times (Ken Trowbridge) -- Cowboy's dream or Frost on the cowboy's harp (Dave Ericsson) -- The Bronco twister's prayer (Yula S. Hunting) -- Sellin' Prewitt's cow (Baxter Black) -- The Rodeo trail (Buck Crofts) -- The Kid solos (Bob Schilds) -- Cows and logs (Harold Otto) -- Early morning roundup (Harold Otto) -- The old cowman (Dick Gibford) -- So long (Ross Knox) -- Open range (Melvin Whipple) -- The Lowly brawl (Vern Mortensen) -- Then and now (Jack Walther) -- Cowboys of yesteryear (Cecil Moore) -- How many cows (Nyle Henderson) -- No imposters (Duane Reece) -- Reincarnation (Wallace McRae) --Collector: Warren Miller

3SWF 84.14/C.17 Interview with Earnest L. Johnson, Johnson, Earnest L. 1984 July 27 Salt Lake City, UT., Utah Folklife Center; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with Earnest L. Johnson by Warren Miller in Mesa, Arizona, July 27, 1984...Acquisition file includes transcript of interview...Poems: Ready to work -- Untitled --Collector: Warren Miller

3SWF 84.14/C.18 Interview with Huland Rogers, Rogers, Huland 1984 August 4 Salt Lake City, UT., Utah Folklife Center; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with Huland Rogers by Warren Miller on August 4, 1984...Acquisition file includes transcript of interview...Songs: Riding down the canyon -- Back in the saddle again -- Untitled -- I got spurs that jingle -- Untitled -- Roundup time in Texas --Collector: Warren Miller

3SWF 84.14/C.19 Interview with Harold Adams, Adams, Harold 1984 July 26 Cottonwood, AZ., July 26, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with Harold Adams by Warren Miller in Cottonwood, Arizona on July 26, 1984...Acquisition file includes transcript of interview...Songs: Pride of the prairie, Mary -- Little old rag doll -- Roll on little doggie -- I just come back to say goodbye -- Collector: Warren Miller

3SWF 84.19/C.1 Old songs and poetry, Edwards, Cliff 1984 August 14 Coolidge, AZ., August 14, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file: Recording was sent from Cliff Edwards containing songs and recitations written for the University of Arizona...Quality of tape is poor...More information regarding the contents and transcriptions available in acquisitions file, 84.19/C.1.T...Mormon cowboy -- Drunk cowboy, crossing the Isles of Peru -- Poem about Hell in Arizona -- The Flying U Bull -- The Cabalerio -- The Cowboy's prayer -- A City boy's life in a country town -- Strawberry roan -- Zebra dun -- Hobo Bill's last ride -- All aroud [sic] the water tank -- Frankie and Johnnie --Collector: James S. Griffith

3SWF 84.20/C.1 Interview with Bill Thompson, Thompson, Bill 1984 [?] Morenci, AZ., [1984?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Acquisition file includes transcription of songs...From Acquisition Inventory, "songs concern Clifton-Morenci area miners' strike and flood"...Good old Morenci -- Clifton will rise again --

3SWF 84.21/C.1 Interview with and recitals by Bill Moore, Moore, Bill 1984 September 12 Cortaro, AZ., September 12, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview by James S. Griffith with Bill Moore on September 12, 1984, at the Lazy K Bar Guest Ranch...Acquisition file includes transcript of interview...Recitations: Moccasin Mick -- Old Glory Trail -- The Cowboy and the shephard -- Face on the barroom floor -- untitled --Collector: James S. Griffith.

3SWF 84.22/C.1 Lalo Guerrero with the Mariachi Colonial, Guerrero, Lalo 1984 p1984; Lalo Guerrero, 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Written and recorded by Guerrero in an election-year effort to get Mexicans, Mexican Americans, and Chicanos to register to vote...Acquisition file contains English transcription of songs...Battle cry of the Chicano -- Himno Chicano...In English and Spanish...

3SWF 84.25/C.1 Interview with Buster Bailey, Bailey, Buster 1984 October 5 Tucson, AZ., October 5, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: One cassette tape of songs, recitations, harmonica solos, and interview with Buster Bailey...Songs in old cowboy style...Interview takes place behind Allen's Auto Parts, Tucson, AZ...Acquisition file includes typed transcript of interview interspersed with songs...Zebra Dun -- Wreck of the old '97 (harmonica solo) -- Little Joe, the wrangler (harmonica solo) -- Sierra peaks (Tying the knot in the devil's tail) -- Back to the dogs and horses (recitation) -- Whiskey toast (recitation) -- Poem justifying drinking (recitation) -- Billy Venero (fragment) -- Rye whiskey -- Frozen logger -- Old Smokey -- Little Mohea -- Days of '49 --Collector: James S. Griffith.

3SWF 85.2/C.1 Pachuco [language], Barker, George C. Tucson, AZ., October 5, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file: This tape recording has been dubbed from orignal recordings made on paper tape that are located in the George C. Barker Collection...Recording contains examples of..."Pachuco: An American-Spanish argot"...Pachuco is a language used by Tucson-area gangs in the 1940's...More information is available in the George C. Barker manuscript collection...

3SWF 85.10/C.1 Interview with Lalo Guerrero, Guerrero, Lalo 1985 April 23 April 23, 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Recording contains interview with Lalo Guerrero..."concerning his early Tucson career [and] perceptions of his compositions"...Collector: James S. Griffith.

3SWF 85.12/C.1 Lalo Guerrero, songs, Guerrero, Lalo 1985 April April, 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Tape contains dubbed songs from original 45 rpm discs...Complete list of recordings is available in Acquisitions Inventory, including record master number and publishing company...In Spanish...Llego muy crudo el Grenudo -- Busco una novia -- El Gordobes -- En la cantina -- La Flaca -- Malas jugadas -- La Mini flada de Reyalda -- Lagrimas de Borracha -- Ya supe Lupe -- Punalada trapira -- La Pollera rota -- El Camino de amor -- Lamento de soltero -- Ya supe Lupe -- Ven, corazon -- Rock'n roll de nino -- El Caballo blanco -- El Bikini de Tia Trini -- Un Marciano en la tierra -- Una Penalada -- Ole -- Seis canciones -- El Pajaro Cu-Cu -- No la dejo de querer -- No naci pa'soldado -- Soldado raso -- Palomita morenita -- El Brujo -- Virgen morena -- El Feo --

3SWF 85.12/C.2 Lalo Guerrero, songs, Guerrero, Lalo 1985 April April, 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Tape contains dubbed songs from original 45 rpm discs...Complete list of recordings is available in Acquisitions Inventory, including record master number and publishing company...In Spanish...Llego muy crudo el Grenudo -- Busco una novia -- El Gordobes -- En la cantina -- La Flaca -- Malas jugadas -- La Mini flada de Reyalda -- Lagrimas de Borracha -- Ya supe Lupe -- Punalada trapira -- La Pollera rota -- El Camino de amor -- Lamento de soltero -- Ya supe Lupe -- Ven, corazon -- Rock'n roll de nino -- El Caballo blanco -- El Bikini de Tia Trini -- Un Marciano en la tierra -- Una Penalada -- Ole -- Seis canciones -- El Pajaro Cu-Cu -- No la dejo de querer -- No naci pa'soldado -- Soldado raso -- Palomita morenita -- El Brujo -- Virgen morena -- El Feo --

3SWF 85.13/C.1 Pachuco corridos of Lalo Guerrero, Guerrero, Lalo 1985 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file: El pachuco -- Nuestro idioma -- El pachuco y el Tarzan -- El pachuco, el Tarzan, y el Charrasqueado --La Boda de los pachucos -- Los Chucos suaves -- Chicas patas boogie -- Marijuana boogie --

3SWF 85.13/C.2 Pachuco and related material, tape 1, Guerrero, Lalo 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file: Los dos carnales -- El Mojado -- El Piscador -- Ya me voy para Korea -- El Soldado -- El Hombre gordo -- Yo soy el bato -- Mi guerita -- Chicas patas boogie -- [title unknown] -- Las Mujeres -- Chicana -- El Hijo de Juan Charrasqueado -- [title unknown] -- [title unknown] -- Nuestra idioma -- Los Dos carnales -- El Pachuco -- El Pachuco y el Tarzan -- El Pachuco, el Tarzan, y el Charrasqueado -- El Tirilongo -- Maldita suerte del pachuco -- Las Comadres pachucas -- [title unknown] -- La Boda de los pachucos -- Marijuana boogie -- Los Chucos suaves -- [title unknown] -- [title unknown] --

3SWF 85.13/C.3 Pachuco and related material, tape 2, Guerrero, Lalo 1985 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file: Me fui pa Califa -- [title unknown] -- [title unknown] -- [title unknown] -- [title unknown] -- Mi guirita -- Chicas patas boogie -- [title unknown] -- Las Mujeres -- La Chicana -- El Hijo de Juan Charrasqueado -- [title unknown] -- Me fue pa Califa -- [title unknown] --

3SWF 85.13/C.4 Pachuco corridos of Lalo Guerrero, Guerrero, Lalo 1985 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file: Las Comadres pachucas -- [title unknown] -- La Boda de los pachucos -- Marijuana boogie -- Los Chucos suaves -- Chicas patas boogie -- [title unknown] --

3SWF 85.13/C.5 Lalo Guerrero Trio and Zoot Suit, Lalo Guerrero Trio 1985 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file: La Boda de los pachucos -- Marijuana boogie -- Los Chucos suaves -- [title unknown] -- [title unknown] -- [title unknown] -- El Piscador -- Ya me voy para Korea -- El Soldado -- El Hombre gordo -- Yo soy el vato -- [title unknown] -- [title unknown] -- [title unknown] -- Nuestro idioma -- [title unknown] -- El Pachuco y el Tarzan -- El pachuco, el Tarzan y el Charrasqueado -- El Tirilongo -- [title unknown] -- Maldita suerte del pachuco -- Las Comadres pachucas -- [title unknown] --

3SWF 85.13/C.6 Lalo Guerrero: Disney sessions, Guerrero, Lalo 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Acquisitions file inludes transcriptions of the songs Pancho rock -- Rosita -- Mickey Mouse mambo -- Tacos for two -- Message from Garcia -- I would rather cha-cha -- I adore you -- 16 pounds -- Reincarnation -- Down in México City -- Bullfight -- Poor people of Juarez -- Pancho Lopez -- Hey Mabel -- Rock and roll Rita --

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4SWF 85.13/C.7.T Lalo Guerrero: Bits and pieces, Guerrero, Lalo 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Acquisition file includes written introduction by Charlie Blenman and transcripts of the songs...El Sonorense -- La Burrita -- El Sonorense -- La Burrita -- [title unknown] -- Feliz Año Nuevo -- Asi como el sol -- El Bolerito --

4SWF 85.17/C.1 The 1935 Grand Canyon Cowboy Band, The Grand Canyon Cowboy Band 1985 Prescott, AZ., Produced by Warren Miller, Sharlot Hall Museum, 1985; 1 sound cassette (45 min.), analog
NOTES: Cover includes biographical information about the Grand Canyon Cowboy Band... Performers include: Marvin Bennet; John Bradley; Sam Fenner; Slim Kite... Howdy -- Hell among the Yearlings -- Ridin' down the canyon -- Cowboy's dream -- Kelly waltz -- All aboard for that Bright Angel Trail -- Goin' up Cripple Creek -- Preacher story -- Burglar boy -- Tumblin' tumbleweeds -- Bad brahma bull -- Carry me back to mammmy -- Slim's first guide trip -- Sierry Petes, Cajun bird dog story -- Kiss me again waltz -- Phantom Ranch dream -- Mustang with wings -- Texas wagoner -- Marvin's pup dog -- Flop-eared mule -- Don't sell that cow -- The Moonshine steer -- Soldier's joy -- Vera, the queen of the canyon -- Platonia, pride of the plains -- Roll on --

4SWF 85.19/C.1 Centennial Pageant, 1885.1985, Colonia Juarez Stake Centennial Pageant, 1885.1985 1985 Produced by the Centennial Committee [1985?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Juarez Stake centennial hymn -- Pioneer medley -- Albert's decision -- La Paloma -- Way down in Mexico -- Oh say what is truth -- Dark and drear the skies appear -- Old maid's song -- After the ball -- God moves in a mysterious way -- Adelita -- God be with you -- Southern dreams -- Our heritage --

4SWF 85.20/C.1 Yaqui Pahkola and Deer music 1985 April Patam, Mexico, April, 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Recording contains Yaqui Pahkola and Deer music from Potam, Mexico...

4SWF 85.21/C.1 Slim Kite recitations, July 7, 1985, Kite, Slim Luther 1985 July 7 Chino Valley, AZ., 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Information from acquisitions file, "Recorded at Dave and Donna Luckow's house, Chino Valley, AZ., July 19, 1985... Contains four recitations... Interview conducted by James S. Griffith... Contains bawdy and obscene material"... Why humans live to be so old -- The Persian kitty, #2 -- The Buggering of Dan McGrew -- The last longhorn --

4SWF 86.2/C.1 Fiddling contest at Armory Park downtown 1986 Tucson, AZ., 1986; 1 sound cassette, analog, stereo, vol.1
NOTES: Information from acquisitions file, "Taped by Ray Wyack for City Parks Department... annual Tucson Old Time Fiddle Contest, Armory Park, February 23, 1986"...

4SWF 86.2/C.2 Fiddling contest at Armory Park downtown 1986 Tucson, AZ., 1986; 1 sound cassette, analog, stereo, vol.2
NOTES: Information from acquisitions file, "Taped by Ray Wyack for City Parks Department...annual Tucson Old Time Fiddle Contest, Armory Park, February 23, 1986"...

4SWF 86.4/C.1 2nd annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering, 1986:Cowboy music #1, Ohrlin, Glen 1986 Reno, NV., Worldwide Communications, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Recorded at Elko, Nevada... Musicians include: Glen Ohrlin; George Shawver; Val Geisler; Slim Kite; Earl Rogers...

4SWF 86.4/C.2 2nd annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering, 1986: Arizona poets, Knox, Ross 1986 Reno, NV., Worldwide Communications, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Recorded at Elko, Nevada... Poets: Ross Knox; Slim Kite; Earl Rogers; Everett Brisendine; Vess Quinlin...

4SWF 86.4/C.3 2nd annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering, 1986: Cowboy music 2, Carpenter, Ed 1986 Reno, NV., Worldwide Communications, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Recorded at Elko, Nevada... Musicians include: Ed Carpenter; Baxter Black; Gene Randels; Swede Miller; Brian Morris; Doug Green; Too Slim; Glenn Ohrlin...

4SWF 86.4/C.4 2nd annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering, 1986: Nevada poets, Fanning, Ernie 1986 Reno, NV., Worldwide Communications, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Recorded at Elko, Nevada... Poets include: Ernie Fanning; Georgie Sicking; Larry Schutte; Waddie Mitchell....

4SWF 86.4/C.5 2nd annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering, 1986: Cowboy music #3a, Tape 1, Bowman, Don 1986 Reno, NV., Worldwide Communications, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Recorded at Elko, Nevada... Musicians include: Don Bowman; Gary McMahan; Chris Le Doux; John Neilson; Justin Bishop...

4SWF 86.4/C.6 2nd annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering, 1986: Classic cowboy recitations, Hancock, Sunny 1986 Reno, NV., Worldwide Communications, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Recorded at Elko, Nevada... Performers include: Sunny Hancock; Melvin Whipple; Slim Kite; Waddie Mitchell; Ray Lashley; Yula Sue Hunting; Ernie Fanning; James S. Griffith...

4SWF 86.6/C.1 White Mountain Orchestra and others, White Mountain Orchestra, Billie Maxwell and Rodeo Trio [198?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From cover: "Recorded for James S. Griffith"...Cassette contents derived from acquisitions file: Gooson quadrille (instrumental by White Mountain Orchestra) -- Leather britches (instrumental by White Mountain Orchestra) -- Billy Venero, parts 1 and 2 (Billie Maxwell) -- The Arizona girl I left behind me (Billie Maxwell) -- The Cowboy's wife -- Where your sweetheart waits for you (Billie Maxwell) -- Haunted hunter (Billie Maxwell) -- Arkansas traveler (Rodeo trio) -- When the work's all done this fall -- Cowboy's lament -- Bury me not on the prairie -- Home on the range --

4SWF 86.7/C.1 Potam looria pahko, Amarillas, Juan 1986 [Tucson, AZ., Southwest Folklore Center], 1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file: "Cassette recorded on one side by Felipe Molina at the Yaqui village of Potam, Sonora, Holy Saturday, March 29, 1986. Recorded during the 'Looria Pahko' (Holy Saturday Fiesta). Coontains deer songs, a few pahkola 'sonim'. Recorded with permission. May be used for listening and study, but may not be reproduced for any sort of commerical distribution. Names of tunes not known. Only known musician is Juan Amarillas, the 'tampalco'"... Date on cassette is March 28, 1986...

4SWF 86.9/C.1 Lalo Guerreo at the musuem of art, Guerreo, Lalo 1986 [Tucson, AZ., Tucson Festival Society], 1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Recorded at the Fiesta Del Presidio on Sunday, April 13, 1986, by the Tucson Festival Society...

4SWF 86.10/C.1 Mike Enis interview, Enis, Mike [197?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file: "Single cassette tape of interview of Mike Enis (ca. 1976) by James S. Griffith about Mike's involvement with "waila" or Chicken scratch music. Enis' family band, Mike Enis and Company, appeared on Canyon Records' first waila record and pioneered in trips to festivals in the mid-1970's"...

4SWF 86.19/C.1 [Three Corridos], Los Cuartreros de Sonora 1986 [1986]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file: "Cassette containing three songs from [Chris] Strachwitz's record collection"... More song information in acquisitions file, 86.19/C.1... El Heroe de Nacozari (composed by Jesus Garcia, performed by Los Cuarteros de Sonora) -- El Guarte (composed by Leonardo Yañez, performed by Los Cuarteros de Sonora) -- Parodía de; charrasqueado (composed by Pachuco, performed by Los Cruceños) --

4SWF 86.24/C.1 The Death of Louie Cañas; San Xavier Mission's Lecture, Chinns, Fr. Celestin and Blacky Ramos 1984 [December 12, 1984]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Side one contains a copy of the lecture written and narrated by Father Celestin Chinn which tourists hear at San Xavier Mission... Side two contains a song recording of "The Death of Louie Cañas," by Blacky Ramos, Ricky Wilson, and Jerry Ferrin, miners at Magma Mine, Magma Copper Company, San Manuel, Arizona. Louie Cañas was a miner who was killed in a shaft accident... More information on insert...

4SWF 86.25/C.1 Romaine Loudermilk, Loudermilk, Romaine 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file: "Tape... of cowboy songs performed by the late Romaine Lowdermilk (sic), pioneer Arizona dude rancher. Lowdermilk recorded (in the 50's?) at Audio-Video Recording Studios in Phoenix [and] left the masters with them. Guests and fans of Lowdermilk's, desiring an LP of his singing would order custom pressings... Lowdermilk is referred to extensively in John I. White's "Get along, little doggies: Songs and songmakers of the American West", University of Illinois Press, 1975"... Jose Carlos' daughter -- Flyin' u twister -- Great grandad --Texas maiden -- Moonshine steer -- Lee's Ferry -- Drinkin' tequilla -- Dyin' cowoby -- Lonely -- The Girl on the strawberry roan -- Cowboy's lament (Streets of Laredo) -- Billy the Kid -- Tenderfoot -- Sweet Naomi -- Lopin' along -- Westrn country -- Gol durn wheel -- Zebra Dunn -- Tyin' knots in the devil's tail -- Jake and Roany -- Dude wrangler -- Border affair -- Ramblers cowboy --

4SWF 86.28/C.1 Interview with Mike Lanton, Lanton, Mike 1986 Flagstaff, AZ., [1986]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisitions file: "Interview by Warren Miller with Mike Lanton, [Northern Arizona] cowboy. (Lanton worked for years for Babbit Bro.'s CO ranch.)"... File includes 1 page xerox of Warren Miller's field notes (11/17/86)... Recitations: High chin Bob (by Badger Clark) -- The Legend of boastful Bill (by Badger Clark) -- The Mustang with wings (by Curley Fletcher) -- Just a thinkin' (by Bruce Kiskaddon) --Collector: Warren Miller

4SWF 86.31/C.1 Easy chairs and saddle sores: Cowboy poetry and songs, Mitchell Waddie, Ross Knox and Earl Rogers 1986 Prescott AZ., Cowboy Folklore Project of Sharlot Hall Museum, 1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Poetry recorded at KNAU FM, Flagstaff...Earl Rogers's songs were recorded, and tape mastering done at CAVE Studio, Prescott...Yavapai Pete -- Easy chairs and saddle soars -- The Riders -- An Experiment -- Wild Horse Charlie -- The Brewery Gulch Gazette -- The Dude wrangler -- Women drivers -- The Little bull -- The Tenderfoot or the D-Z horse wrangler -- Hollywood bound -- The Little blue roan -- Gettin' put in double harness -- Pegleg pig -- Hook'um cow -- The Flyin' outlaw -- The old nighthawk --

4SWF 86.32/C.1 3rd annual cowboy poetry gathering, 1987: Arizona poets 1987 Elko, NV., 1987; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Tape of Arizona session at the 3rd annual cowboy poetry gathering, Elko, Nevada, January 29, 1982...Introduction by Warren Miller...Acquisition file includes program from Elko gathering, with photographs...Reciters in order are: Rolf Flake; Vess Quinlan; Everette Brisendine; Ross Knox; Homer Bryant; Jody Sixkiller..

4SWF 87.1/C.1 Interview with Abraham (Abe) R. Loroña, Loroña, Abraham (Abe) R. 1987 Tucson, AZ., Celestino Fernandez' office, University of Arizona, January 14, 1987; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with Abraham Loroña by Celestino Fernandez and James S. Griffith concerning Loroña family traditions, horse races, and "El Corrido del Merino"...Acquisition file includes Mr. Loroña's typed text of "El Merino" and "El Corrido del Palomino," which tells of a race between Oquitoa and Altar. Collector: James S. Griffith and Celestino Fernandez

4SWF 87.5/C.1 Archie Hughes' poems, Hughes, Archie Green, AZ., 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Poems by Archie Hughes...Acquisition file includes xerox of newspaper article about him...

4SWF 87.6/C.1 Music from the Power House, Goosewings Timmins, Ontario, The Ojibway and Cree Cultural Center; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Ojibway and Cree Indian music...

4SWF 87.14/C.5 Squaw dance love songs, Rock Point Singers of Arizona: Two step dance and skip dance songs, Rock Point Singers 1985 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1985; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.3
NOTES: Photograph on cover of the Rock Point Singers... Singers inlcude: Harry Tso Begay, lead singer; Clarence Woody, drummer; Glen Tsosie; Ralph Dee, Jr.; Adran Begay... Two step dance songs: A Lying Mexican girl -- A Partner wants to go to Gallup -- Hard to be jealous -- My girl got jealous 'cause of my cousin -- Dear sweetheart, let's go dance -- You were my sweetheart a long time ago -- Tuba City girl at Omaha, Nebraska -- Skip dance songs: A Man overlooking his wife -- Dear darlin', I still remember -- My pretty girlfriend -- Are you sure you are mine? -- Even if it happened, I still remember you -- Hello, Honey, you're here -- What happened when I tried to whistle at you? --

4SWF 87.14/C.6 Navajo two-step songs: Chinle Valley Song and Dance Festival 1986 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records Productions, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Separate photographs of each of the seven performing groups on cover...Recorded live, April 1986, at the Chinle Valley Song and Dance Festival...Performers include: Tok-Den-Nas-Shai Singers; T/L Swingers; Smoke Signal Travelers; Four Corners Singers; Nataani Nez Travelers; Beclabito Valley Singers; Chinle Valley Boys...Roughin' it smoothley -- Six-pack to go -- Dulce girl -- Curly-haired girl -- She's a dearest Hopi girl -- Keep track of me -- Do you still remember our old acquaintance? -- My mother dislikes our relationship -- My girlfriend is ignoring me -- My short-term girlfriend -- Apache girl -- Tuba City sweetheart -- Be with me for awhile -- When are we going home --

4SWF 87.14/C.7 Navajo skip dance songs: Chinle Valley Song and Dance Festival 1986 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records Productions, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Separate photographs of each of the seven performing groups on cover...Recorded live, April 19, 1986, during the Chinle Vallely Traditional Song and Dance Festival, Chinle, Arizona...Performers include: Beclabito Valley Singers; T/L Swingers; Smoke Signal Travelers; Nataani Nez Travelers; Four Corners Singers; Tok-Den-Nas-Shai Singers; Chinle Valley Boys...Tell mother we're leaving -- Talk of town girl -- Hey, girl -- Proposing -- Be my sweetheart for one night -- Met me at this song and dance -- Going home -- Oklahoma girl -- Why do you go with married men -- Maiden in buckskin -- Vietnam memories -- Youthful memories -- I'll be there unexpectedly

4SWF 87.14/C.8 Chinle Valley Singers: Navajo two-step dance, skip dance and double time songs, Chinle Valley Singers 1984 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records Productions, p1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph on cover of the Chinle Valley Singers... Singers include: Elizabeth Davis, lead singer; Elsie Deswood; Anita Davis; Esther Davis; Linda Teller; Geraldine Little... 6 two-step dance songs -- 6 skip dance songs -- 4 double time songs --

4SWF 87.14/C.9 The hearts of Navajoland, Chinle Valley Boys: Navajo two-step and skip dance songs, Chinle Valley Singers 1986 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records Productions, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.2
NOTES: Photograph of Chinle Valley Boys on cover... Singers include: Eddie Jones, lead singer; Bennie Begay; Jimmy Shorty; John Hardy; Gjermundson Yazzie; Harry Yellowhair; Danny Y. Begay; Pat J. Ashley... Little girl -- You'll grow up beautifully -- That girl in Chinle -- China girl from faraway -- Blackfoot girl -- When we're going back -- Youthful memories -- A Girl at intertribal ceremonial -- A Blue eyed girl of Flagstaff -- Girl at Window Rock dance -- I'll be there unexpectedly --

4SWF 87.14/C.10 From the heart of Navajoland, Chinle Valley Boys: Navajo Two Step and Skip Dance Songs, Chinle Valley Boys 1986 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records Productions, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Chinle Valley Boys on cover...Singers include: Eddie Jones, lead singer; Bennie Begay; Jimmy Shorty; John Hardy; Gjer Mundson Yazzie; Henry Yellowhair; Danny Y. Begay; Pat J. Ashley...Be with me for awhile -- My dear sweet heart -- You were my friend long ago -- You comb your hair -- Attend every squaw dance -- Even if you have a boyfriend -- For no reason I missed our date -- Dancing to the Chinle Valley Boys -- Chute #7, Nataani Nez girl -- I'll be there unexpectedly --

4SWF 87.14/C.11 Dennehotso Swinging Wranglers, Navajo two-step and skip dance songs: Swing with the Wranglers, Dennehotso Swinging Wranglers 1984 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Dennehotso Swinging Wranglers...Performers include: Wesley Gray, drums; Reeder Dee, assistant drums; Johnny Richards, lead singer; Harold Richards, manager; Herbert Featherhat; Dickson Hosknie; Tulley Blackmountain...Biographical information about the group inside cover...Two-step songs: Swing with the Wranglers -- Pretty woman -- Colorado cowgirl -- Pueblo girl -- Dance with your dancing partner -- Avon -- Wondering where you are -- Skip dance songs: Coal miner's daughter from Peabody -- Coca Cola cowboy -- Letter from a friend -- Taste the high country -- Be my one dancing partner -- Secretary from Window Rock --

4SWF 87.14/C.12 Dennehotso Swinging Wrangers: Navajo skip dance songs, Dennehotso Swinging Wranglers 1984 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol. 2
NOTES: Musicians include: Harold Richards, manager; Johnny Richards, lead singer; Reeder Dee, assistant drummer; Herbert Leatherhat; Tulley Blackmountain; Dickson Hosknie; Wesley Grey, drummer...Skip dance songs: When you finish N.C.C. -- Spanish girl from Reno, Nevada -- Navajo lady in rich Navajoland -- Your grandma doesn't like me -- Come back to me -- He's dancing with my dancing partner -- Skip dance songs: Met a Ute girl in Cortez, Colorado -- Came home with a Blackfoot girl -- Turn me loose, it's party time -- You are always mad -- My dancing partner is here from Winslow, Arizona -- Happy birthday --

4SWF 87.14/C.13 Dennehotso Swinging Wranglers: Navajo two-step dance and skip dance songs, Dennehotso Swinging Wranglers 1984 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol. 3
NOTES: Musicians include: Harold Richards, manager; Johnny Richards, lead singer; Reeder Dee, assistant drummer; Herbert Featherhat; Tulley Blackmountain; Dickson Hosknie; Wesley Gray, drummer...Two-step dance songs: K-town girl in Wrangler -- Going back with a Comanche girl -- Sugar coated Sioux Indian girl -- Teddy Bear -- Arizona Wranglers' cheerleader -- Going home -- Skip dance songs: She's wearing a crown -- Let's go to the first night -- Chinle barrel racer -- Little Joe the wrangler -- Hey girl, don't be cruel -- Bye bye love --

4SWF 87.14/C.14 Navajo squaw dance songs: Four Corners Singers of Teec Nos Pos, Arizona, Four Corners Singers 1980 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, 1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Four Corners Singers on cover...Recorded June 8, 1980 at Teec Nos Pos, Arizona, by Raymond Boley...Performers include: Woody Johnson; David Jim; Ben Silas; Clarence Weston...Mexican girl -- Paiute girl -- No Fat Valley's daughter -- Blackfoot girl from Idaho -- Girl friends photo -- I remember you by your picture -- Baby with curly hair -- Jambolaya -- Old lady's daughter -- Ute girl --

4SWF 87.14/C.15 Navajo skip dance songs: Four Corners Singers of Teec Nos Pas, Arizona, Four Corners Singers 1983 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1983; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol. 2
NOTES: Photograph of the Four Corners Singers on cover...Recorded April 2, 1983 in Phoenix, Arizona...Ray Boley, producer...Musicians include: Woody Johnson; David Jim; Clarence Weston; Tom Lowe; Leo Johnson; Robert Gould; Calvin Weston...Leave him alone -- You confused me with your plans -- My girl friend -- You had your arms around her all night -- When my sweetheart arrives -- Tried to go with you when you were single -- Let's cruise to Cortez -- Ute girl wants to dance with me -- Met a girl in Kayenta -- She tried to take me back -- Always remember you -- She drinks and runs around --

4SWF 87.14/C.16 Navajo two-step dance - Love songs: Four Corners Singers of Teec Nos Pos, Arizona, Four Corners Singers 1983 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, 1983; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Four Corners Singers on cover...Recorded April 2, 1983 in Phoenix, Arizona...Raymond Boley Producer...Performers inlcude: Woody Johnson, David Jim; Clarence Weston; Tom Lowe; Leo Johnson; Robert Gould; Calvin Weston...Six songs -- Six songs --

4SWF 87.14/C.17 Four Corners Singers of Teec Nos Pos, Arizona: Navajo skip dance and two-step dance songs, Four Corners Singers 1984 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1984; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.4
NOTES: Photograph of the Four Corners Singers on cover... Musicians include: Woody Johnson, lead singer; Jimmy Cody, lead singer; Tom Lowe, drummer; Leo Johnson; Jackson Cody; Frederick Johnson... Skip dance songs: My one and only -- Love me tonight -- You don't understand, Grandma -- My dream about a girl -- You are the one -- The Shawl dancer -- Two-step dance songs: Forbidden to go among the crowd -- Going back to Idaho with my Shoshone girl -- My old time flame -- T-bird Ute girl -- Respect Grandma -- Dancing girl of Shiprock -- Brainwashing girl --

4SWF 87.14/C.18 Four Corners Singers of Teec Nos Pos, Arizona: Navajo two-step dance and skip dance songs, Four Corners Singers 1985 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1985; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.5
NOTES: Photograph of Four Corners Singers on cover... Musicians include: Woody Johnson; David Jim; Tommy Lowe, drummer; Clarence Weston; Leo Johnson; John MacDonald... Navajo two-step dance songs: Take care, my people -- Shiprock sweetheart -- Southern Ute girl in Ignacio -- Wonder where he is -- She tempted me -- You been fooling me -- Navajo skip dance songs: Too many boyfriends -- Chile girl -- Black Mesa girl -- Waiting for dance --

4SWF 87.14/C.19 Belclabito Valley Singers: Navajo two-step dance songs, Belclabito Valley Singers 1986 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, 1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of the Belclabito Valley Singers... Singers include: Daniel Van Lee, manager; Willie Lee, singer; John Blue Eyes, drummer; Henry Yabeny; Francis Morgan; Paul C. Benally; Dave Johnson; Harry Harrison; Jessie Smith; Rosemary Lee; May Lee; Helen Toglena... Skip dance songs: Tuba City sweetheart -- Leaving my sweetheart -- Take you back to homeland -- Lady's daughter -- Very persuading -- What about me -- Behave -- Two-step dance songs: Secretary form Navajo, N.M. -- Herd the goats on sight -- Future daughter-in-law -- Beautiful curly hair girl -- Hopi man from Oraibi -- Boozing Grandpa --

4SWF 87.14/C.20 Beclabito Valley Singers: Navajo skip and two-step dance songs, Belclabito Valley Singers 1986 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Beclabito Valley Singers on cover... Singers include: Daniel Van Lee, manager; Willie Lee, lead singer; John Blue Eyes, drummer; Henry Yabeny; Francis Morgan; Paul C. Benally; Dave Johnson; Harry Harrison; Jessie Smith; Rosemary Lee; May Lee; Helen Toglena... Skip dance songs: Fraulein -- Love you truly -- Sweet Georgia Red -- Remembering Apache girl -- Mexican Senorita -- Love Letter -- Two step dance songs: BVS grand entry song -- T.O.T. girl -- She's so fine -- Where's the beef -- Memory of June, July -- Mom's approval -- We'll go steady --

4SWF 87.14/C.21 Bita Hochee Travelers: Navajo vol.2, Bita Hochee Travelers 1978 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1978; 1 sound cassette, analog
Notes: Photograph on cover of Bita Hochee Travelers... Musicians include: Ned B. Morris; Lee Begay; Sam Begay; Larry Gishie... Oh, why of all this -- First night across deep canyon -- It's all your fault -- Fat little Mexican boy -- Big rumor -- Old sweetheart -- Sweetheart made in Japan -- Diamond ring -- Window Rock secretary -- Good rug weaver -- Happy birthday -- Ft. Defiance Agency queen --

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5SWF 87.14/C.22 Bita Hochee Travelers (Navajo, Arizona): Modern skip dance songs and modern two step dance songs, vol.3, Bita Hochee Travelers 1980 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of the Bita Hochee Travelers on cover... Musicians include: Ned Morris; Lee Begay; Ned Morris, Jr.; Gilbert Begay; Lee Begay, Jr... I gave you all my money -- Why crawling in the bush at Sage Brush -- Hangover in Mexico -- I can't believe what was happening -- Follow a cousin -- Cut out -- Commotion of Big Mountain -- Get away Chevrolet -- Chicago bicyclist -- Nashville, Tennessee -- Pretty Hopi girl -- Model T. Ford --

5SWF 87.14/C.23 Navajo two step dance songs, Bita Hochee Travelers 1985 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1985; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.4
NOTES: Photograph on cover of the Bita Hochee Travelers... Musicians include: Ned Morris; Lee Begay; Ned Morris, Jr.; Gilbert Begay; Lee Begay, Jr... Traveler's warm up song -- I gave up on you when I was single -- Oh, my amigo -- Jealous Grandma -- Avon lady -- Navajo country cowboy -- Rodeo queen -- Baby, Daddy's coming home -- Hitchhiking back to Kansas City -- The Long walk -- I can't travel with my prettiest sweetheart -- I'm your in-law --

5SWF 87.14/C.24 Navajo love songs, vol. 5, The Klagetoh Swingers 1982 Taos, N.M., Indian House, p1982; 1 sound cassette, analog, stereo
NOTES: Photograph of The Klagetoh Swingers on cover... Insert contains a black and white photograph of The Klagetoh Swingers; information about the group and their music... Recorded at Klagetoh, Arizona, on July 30, 1980... Singers include: Ted B. Bonnie; Ned Tsosie Clark; Frank J. Begay; Robert P. Roan; Arthur P. Roan; Bennie Silversmith; Johnny Dealison... Spin dance songs: Calling my sweetheart -- Squaw dance is near -- Skip dance songs: Is it okay? -- Flirting with a Spanish girl -- I wish I could go back with her -- She's the one -- Apache girl and her grandmother -- Zuni girl from Gallup -- Lonesome Valley -- Two girls call me darling -- You make me lonesome, woman -- First night I danced with her -- I started thinking about you -- Uncle Sam's pension -- Let's go under the shade -- Our home is far, let's go -- Foot racing at Window Rock Fair -- Santo Domingo girl stood me up --

5SWF 87.14/C.25 Navajo social songs 1972 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1972; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Seventeen squaw dance songs (by Robert E. Lee) -- Nineteen squaw dance songs (by Robert E. Lee) --

5SWF 87.14/C.26 Navajo 1972 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1972; 1 sound cassette, analog
Round dance -- Train to Gallup -- Sonnie, I'm leaving -- Grinding songs -- Old Glory on Iwo Jima -- Let's hope for love -- Rhythm squaw dance -- Do not forsake me -- Hoop dance -- Goat song -- Sun dance song -- My arms around your neck -- Riding songs -- Yei be chai chant -- Old Glory on Iwo Jima --

5SWF 87.14/C.27 Nanaba Midge sings traditional Navajo songs, Midge, Nanaba 1985 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Nanaba Midge on cover... Song descriptions included inside cover... Mother Earth -- Thanks to my Father in Heaven -- Together we will walk in beauty -- Navajo flag song -- Handsome cowboy -- Can you come home with me? -- You are handsome and I want you -- A Blessing for the soldier -- A Blessing for the baby -- I walk in beauty -- I'm proud to be a Diné woman -- I think of you every day --

5SWF 87.14/C.28 Navajo corn grinding and shoe game songs, Corn Grinding Singers and Shoe Game Singers 1975 Taos, N.M., Indian House, p1975; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph on cover of Navajo corn grinding... Members of the Corn Grinding Singers and the Shoe Game Singers listed on cover... Mary Johnson, corn grinder... Recorded at Klagetoh, Arizona, on April 21, 1974 and November 10, 1974... 7 corn grinding songs -- 4 shoe game songs -- 9 shoe game songs --

5SWF 87.14/C.29 Navajo love songs, vol. 6, The Klagetoh Swingers 1982 Taos, N.M., Indian House, p1975; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph on cover of The Klagetoh Swingers... Insert contains a black and white photograph of The Klagetoh Swingers; information about the group and their music... Recorded at Klagetoh, Arizona, July 30, 1980... Singers include; Ted B. Bonnie; Ned Tsosie Clark; Frank J. Begay; Robert P. Roan; Arthur P. Roan; Bennie Silversmith; Johnny Dealison... One by one -- Salt Lake City woman -- Oklahoma bicycle -- You have a new vehicle -- She happens to be my cousin -- Who's sweetheart was she last summer? -- My Spanish girlfriend feeds me Masa Harina -- The Granddaughter led me wrong -- Barrel racer from Window Rock -- Mexican girl, introduce yourself -- Blue-eyed girl with curley hair --

5SWF 87.14/C.30 Night and daylight Yebichei 1972 Taos, N.M., Indian House, p1972; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Recorded at Klagetoh, Arizona, March 2, 1968... Singers include: Boniface Bonnie; Autisdy Smith; M.D. Johnson; Roy Bonnie; Ben J. Johnson; Benny Roan Hourse; Ted Bonnie; Donald Deal... 5 daylight songs -- 5 night songs --

5SWF 87.14/C.31 Navajo peyote ceremonial songs, vol.1, Wilson, Aronith, Jr. and Hanson Ashley 1981 Taos, N.M., Indian House, p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Cover contains a photograph of the singers, Wilson Aronith, Jr. (grandson of Dlin-Di-Bah) and Hanson Ashely (grandson of Yah-De-Bah)... Recorded at Wheatfield, Arizona, on October 20, 1979... Recording contains sacred peyote ceremonial songs... Insert includes a black and white photograph of Wilson Aronith and Hanson Ashley; information about the Dine's peyote story by Wilson Aronith; interpretations and translations of the songs by Wilson Aronith and Hanson Ashley...

5SWF 87.14/C.32 Navajo peyote ceremonial songs, vol.2, Wilson, Aronith Jr. and Hanson Ashley 1981 Taos, N.M., Indian House, p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Cover includes photograph of the singers, Wilson Aronith, Jr. (grandson of Dlin-Di-Bah) and Hanson Ashley (grandson of Yah-De-Bah)... Recorded at Wheatfield, Arizona, on October 20, 1979... Recording contains sacred peyote ceremonial songs... Insert includes a black and white photograph of Wilson Aronith and Hanson Ashley; information about the Dine's peyote story by Wilson Aronith; interpretations and translations of the songs by Wilson Aronith and Hanson Ashley...

5SWF 87.14/C.35 Navajo Wildcat Peak, vol.1: Morning peyote songs, Navajo Wildcat Peak 1977 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1977; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Recording contains twentyseven songs... 15 morning peyote songs -- 12 morning peyote songs --

5SWF 87.14/C.36 Navajo Wildcat Peak, vol.2: Peyote songs , Navajo Wildcat Peak 1978 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1978; 1 sound cassette, analog
5SWF 87.14/C.37 Navajo Wildcat Peak, volume 3: Morning peyote songs (twenty-five songs), Navajo Wildcat Peak 1979 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1979; 1 sound cassette, analog
Twelve songs -- Thirteen songs

5SWF 87.14/C.38 Morning peyote songs, volume 4, Navajo Wildcat Peak 1980 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
Morning peyote songs --

5SWF 87.14/C.39 Morning peyote songs, volume 5, Navajo Wildcat Peak 1987 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1987; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Cover art by Archie P. Williams... Recorded February 23, 1987, by Raymond Boley... 13 Peyote songs -- 13 Peyote songs --

5SWF 87.14/C.40 36 Morning peyote songs, Wildcat Peak Youth (Navajo) 1981 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
Morning peyote songs --

5SWF 87.14/C.41 In loving memories, Curtis, Johnny 1981 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.4
NOTES: Cover design by Richard Embry... Title on cover, "In Loving Memories, Johnny Curtis, Apache Gospel Singer"... Dedication: "To Toodie and all those who have gone before"... Musicians include: Johnny Curtis, vocals lead and rhythm guitar; Melvin Antonio, bass; Roddy Pilcher, drums; Peter Antonio, rhythm guitar; Leon Antonio, drums; Johnathan Graham, keyboards; James "Red" Godwin, drums; Don Kowitt, steel guitar; Tom West, harmonica; Robert Doyle, producer; Ray Boley, executive producer... I need you (Johnny Curtis) -- Mansion in the sky -- Precious memories -- I don't know about tomorrow -- Roses never fade -- King Jesus -- How beautiful heaven must be -- Amazing grace -- I must tell Jesus -- I just came to talk -- City of gold -- Thinking about my lost friends (Johnny Curtis) --

5SWF 87.14/C.42 Apache country gospel, Curtis, Johnny 1977 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1977; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol. 1
NOTES: Musicians: Johnny Curtis, lead guitar and vocals; David C. Seville, bass; Freddie Ringlaro, drums; David Forester, rhythm... Romans six 23 (J. Curtis) -- Balaam (Num.22:22) (J. Curtis) -- Help me to understand you (J. Curtis) -- Old things are passed away (J. Curtis) -- Thank you Jesus (J. Curtis) -- Bron to love the Lord (Arr. by J. Curtis) -- Jesus answers prayer (J. Curtis) -- Neither by the blood (M. Johanning) -- Take my yoke upon you (J. Curtis) --

5SWF 87.14/C.44 Spirit of God, Curtis, Johnny 1984 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Cover art: "Appeal to the Great Spirit," courtesy of Coffrin's Old West Gallery, Miles City, Montana... Dedication: "I want to give special thanks to the Lord Jesus Christ for making this album possible. Special Thanks also goes to my mother, Sister Lousie Burits, Rev. Gene Martin of Atlanta, Georgia, Edwina Beaumont of Billings, Montana, Madeline (Maggie) Harrina of Whiteriver, Arizona for the use of their songs, and to the Christian Utes of Towaoc, Colorade. This album is in memory of the late Sister Nancy Jefferson of Lodge Grass, Montana"... Johnny Curtis, executive producer... Recorded, mixed and remixed by Jay Cummins at Right Track Studio, Poplar, Montana... Information on tribal affiliations of band members on cover... Musicians: Johnnny Curtis, lead and backup vocals, percussion, rhythm, lead and acoustic guitar; Jay Cummis, backup vocals, bass, drums, percussion, rhythm, lead acoustic and steel guitar, piano, organ and synthesizer; Melvin Antonio, bass on "Lullaby of the Prodigal Son"; Bob Boni, drums on "Lullaby of the Prodigal Son"... Spirit of God (N. Jefferson) -- Awake, awake (L. Curtis) -- Praise the Lord, o ye people (L. Curtis) -- Oh, bless that wonderful name (N. Jefferson) -- Moon of the strong cold winds (J. Curtis) -- I'm just praising the Lord (Rev. Gene Martin) -- Lullaby of the prodigal son (J. Curtis) -- Lead us by thy way (L. Curtis) -- No one cares for me (E. Beaumont) -- Prayer to the great spirit (L. Curtis) -- Lord, you've been good to me (M. Harrina) --

5SWF 87.14/C.45 Johnny Curtis and the Apache Gospel Sounds, Curtis, Johnny and the Apache Gospel Sounds 1980 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Johnny Curtis and the Apache Gospel Sounds on cover... Musicians: Johnny Curtis, guitar and vocals, Melvin Antonio, bass; C. Roddy Pilcher, drums; Leon Antonio, drums; Jonathan Graham, organ... Members of the Apache Gospel Sounds singers listed on cover... Beloved -- Farewell -- Mansion over the hilltop -- Jesus knows -- Power -- Glory, glory -- Oh, children -- Take me back -- Hold my hand (in Apache) -- When the saints go marching in --

5SWF 87.14/C.46 Leavin' this reservation, Apache gospel rock, Curtis, Johnny 1978 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1978; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Johnny Curtis on cover... Musicians: Johnny Curtis, lead guitar and lead vocals; Mike Johanning, harmony; James "Red" Godwin and Leon Antonio, drums; Jonathan Graham, keyboards; Melvin Antonio, bass; Michael Hardwick, steel guitar, Devore Thompson, producer; Dennis Alexander, engineer... Leavin this reservation -- Come and go with me -- Be nice -- East Fork song -- Give me love -- Go now Moses -- Use me one more time -- Forever God -- Sweet comfort -- New found friend -- Soon coming King -- Lord how I love you -- Heaven bound --

5SWF 87.14/C.47 Live in concert, Curtis, Johnny 1987 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records Productions, Inc., p1987; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.7
NOTES: Photograph of Johnny Curtis on cover... Title on cover, "Live in Concert", Johnny Curtis, Indian Gospel Singer"... Recorded in concert, April 12, 1986, at Window Rock Civic Center, Arizona... Dedication: "This album is dedicated to my parents, brother Paul and sister Louise Curtis. My thanks to all my supporters, fans and peoples of all Indian Nations"... Musicians: Johnny Curtis, lead vocals, lead and rhythm guitar; Jay Cummins, keyboards, back up vocals; Peter Antonio, rhythm guitar; James Antonio, drums; Melvin Antonio, bass; Raymond A. Boley and Johnny Curtis, executive producers... Recorded and mixed by Jack Cummins, Right Track Studio, Poplar, Montana... Guardian angel (Johnny Curtis) -- Can't you see, first love (Johnny Curtis) -- Let me feel the love of my Jesus -- I really want to thank you (Andrae Crouch) -- Real -- Revival preacher (Johnny Curtis) -- They just go by -- You're beautiful (arranged by Johnny Curtis) -- He'll roll your burdens away (Alex Lewis) -- He is mine (Nancy Jefferson) -- Talk to me (Timmy Hinton) --

5SWF 87.14/C.48 Chinle Galileans, volume one, Chinle Galileans 1975 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, Produced by Diné Records, p1975; 1 sound cassette, analog
Lord I will go -- Lovest Thou me -- Seek ye the Lord -- God is God -- Jesus said it -- Evangelize the world -- I shall not be moved -- I saw the face of Jesus -- Grant a miracle -- Where could I go -- Just a few more days -- He touched me -- I shall not be moved -- I saw the face of Jesus -- Grant a miracle -- Where could I go -- Just a few more days -- He touched me --

5SWF 87.14/C.49 Chinle Galileans, volume three, Chinle Galileans 1979 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, Produced by Diné Records, p1979; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Date of publication on cover, 1978... King Jesus -- Let my light shine -- It won't be long -- The Secret -- Redemption draweth nigh -- No more time -- Let me be there -- Try a little kindness -- Say "I do" -- How great Thou art --

5SWF 87.14/C.50 Introducing the Gospel Light Singers, Gospel Light Singers 1978 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1978; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of the Gospel Light Singers on cover... Musicians: Alfred Larry Jim; Cynthia Jim; Sharon Yazzie; Louise Jim; William Tso; Stanley Jim... Where could I go -- He knows -- Precious Jesus, don't forget -- Sweet by and by -- Amazing grace -- Jericho Road -- Jesus is the love of man -- East gate -- At the cross -- When morning comes -- How great Thou art -- Tell me the story --

5SWF 87.14/C.51 Jesus died for me long ago, Gospel Light Singers 1979 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1979; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Gospel Light Singers on cover... Dedication: "Songs of hope dedicated to Ned H. Tso, Etta R. Harvey, Rev. Allen Y. Hill, and all brothers and sisters who proceeded us into Gloryland"... Tom Tso, manager... Jesus died for me long ago -- Angels rock me to sleep -- Lord lead me on -- Precious memories -- The Lord is my shepherd -- No tears in heaven -- Where the soul never dies -- Getting ready to leave this world -- I'll fly away -- Where roses never fade -- Hold to God's unchanging hand -- Further along --

5SWF 87.14/C.52 To my mansion in the sky, Gospel Light Singers 1980 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1980; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.3
NOTES: Painting on cover by Kinzie D. Yazza... Musicians: Alfred Larry Jim; Cynthia Jim; Sharon Yazzie; Louise Jim; William Tso; Stanley Jim... To my mansion in the sky -- I will never turn back -- Keep on believing -- Holy be thy name -- I want to walk as close as I possibly can -- Leaning on the everlasting arm -- New Jerusalem -- I'm standing on the solid rock -- How can I ever praise my Lord enough -- God will provide -- After Calvary, close to thee --

5SWF 87.14/C.53 Life's railway to heaven, Gospel Light Singers 1982 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1982; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.4
NOTES: Photograph of the Gospel Light Singers on cover... Musicians: Sharon Yazzie; Cynthia Jim; Lousie Jim; Kerlena Ann Tso; Alfred Larry Jim; Stanley Him; William Tso; Paul Bitsuie... It's been done -- Oh come angel band -- A Beautiful life -- Blesseth light shine on (in Navajo) -- Let my life shine -- Beulahland -- Redemption draweth, Jesus hold my hand (in Navajo) -- Come unto me -- Life's railway to heaven -- Just a little talk with Jesus -- Matthew 24 --

5SWF 87.14/C.54 I'm bound for that city, Gospel Light Singers 1983 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1983; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.5
NOTES: Cover art by Eugene Joe... Musicians: William Tso, lead guitar and vocals; Girdy Tso, bass; Johnathan Tso, acoustic rhythm guitar; Paul Bitsuie, steel guitar and vocals; Johnnie Nargo, drums... Old country church -- Born to serve the Lord -- Build my mansion next door to Jesus -- This world is not my home -- Consider the lilies, Lord -- You make a way -- The Uncloudy day -- He's my reason for living -- I'm bound for that city -- Greater is He -- House of gold -- Soon coming King (written by Johnnie Curtis) --

5SWF 87.14/C.55 If that isn't love, Gospel Light Singers 1986 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Musicians: William Tso, lead and back-up vocals, guitar; Diane Henderson, lead vocals; Girdy Tso, bass guitar; Johnson Dinae, fiddle; Jonathan Tso, acoustic guitar; Johnny Nargo, drums; Timothy Hayes, steel guitar, harmonica, dobro; Emmett Fowler, piano, synthesizer DX-7, back-up vocals; Frankie Woodis, electric guitar... If that isn't love -- Good Samaritan -- Lord feed your children -- I don't deserve a mansion -- One more valley -- Because He lives -- He walks with me -- When the world is on fire -- I don't have to worry anymore -- Green pastures -- Desert song -- Jesus loves you --

5SWF 87.14/C.56 Nizhonie Christmas, Arbor Shade Gospel Singers 1981 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, Sponsored by Shonto Church of the Nazarene, Shonto, Arizona, p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From cover, "Cover design inspired by a Robert Draper painting"... Singers: Etta Smallcanyon; Marion Begay; Margaret Betgay; Keith Begay; Nita Foster; Tallethea Chischilly... Musicians: Lewis Calamity, Jr.,; Jerry Calamity; Arnold Smallcanyon; Damon Bahe; Rev. Lewis Calamity, Sr., manager...O come all ye faithful (in Navajo and English) -- Go tell it on the mountain (in Navajo) -- Come on, ring the bells -- Away in a manger (in Navajo) -- Joy to the world (in Navajo and English) -- What child is this? -- While shepherds watched their flocks (in Navajo) -- O come, o come Emmanuel -- Hark! The herald angels sing (in Navajo) -- Mary's boychild -- Silent night! Holy Night! (in Navajo) -- We wish you a merry Christmas --

5SWF 87.14/C.57 What a beautiful day!, Arbor Shade Gospel Singers 1981 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, Produced by Ray Boley and Robert Doyle, Sponsored by the Shonto Church of the Nazarene, Shonto, Arizona, p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Musicians include: Etta Smallcanyon, harmonizer; Margaret Begay, alto; Marion Begay, soprano; Ellouise Calamity, soprano; Tallethea Calamity, soprano; Lewis Calamity, Jr., lead guitar; Jerry Calamity, rhythm guitar; Arnold Smallcanyon, bass; Russell Smallcanyon, acoustic guitar; Roland Smallcanyon, drums; Rosilyn Black, music guitar; Amos Neztsosie, recording advisor; Rev. Lewis Calamity, manager... Amazing grace (in Navajo) -- Standing on the solid rock -- What heaven means to me -- Thank you Lord -- What a beautiful day -- City of gold -- One day too late -- A Song holy angels never sing -- Sheltered in the arms of God -- Ten thousand years --

5SWF 87.14/C.58 Let it shine, Arbor Shade Gospel Singers 1983 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, Sponsored by Shonto Church of the Nazarene, Shonto, Arizona, p1983; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of singers on cover...Singers: Etta Smallcanyon; Rosilyn Black; Annabelle Smallcanyon; Ellouise Smallcanyon; Marion Begay; Tallethea Chischilly; Nita Foster; Musicians: Lewis Calamity, Jr., lead guitar, vocals; Jerry Calamity, rhythm guitar, vocals; Arnold Smallcanyon, bass; Roland Smallcanyon, drums... Let it shine -- Lord, I want to be a Christian (in Navajo) -- No tears in heaven -- Jesus, Jesus -- I have decided to follow Jesus (in Navajo) -- Come on to Jesus -- Come and go with me (in Navajo) -- My God is real -- At the River Jordan -- Just a closer walk with Thee (in Navajo) -- The Lighthouse -- Life's railway to heaven --

5SWF 87.14/C.59 Peace in the valley, Leupp Sin I'Líinii Singers 1987 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1987; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Singers: Eunice Begar; LuCinda Paddock; Faith Ann Chatter; Valerie Curley; Louise Monroe; Amy Monroe; Loretta John; Jennie Jensen; Jamie Cody; Annabelle Smallcanyon; Lorena Jack; Rachel Long; Cynthia Wells; Johnny Monroe; Calvin Kelly; Raymond Long, lead guitarist...The Unclouded day (in Navajo) -- Peace in the valley (in Navajo) -- I shall never forget -- It won't be long -- My testimony (in Navajo) -- I'm bound for that city (in Navajo) -- The one who died for me -- Wonderful grace of Jesus (in Navajo) -- Little by little -- Far away is the land

5SWF 87.14/C.60 Songs of the Arizona Apache: Sinew Luke Riley (White Mountain) and Edwin Endfield (San Carlos), Leupp Sin I'Líinii Singers, Riley, Sinew Luke and Edwin Endfield 1987 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1987; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph on cover by Bob Nuss... Recorded by Ray A. Boley... Song descriptions included on back of cover... Four sunrise ceremonial songs (Changing Woman Ceremony) and two non-ceremonial songs: Apache war dance song (preparation for battle song) -- Social song, "I will travel along with the Creator's blessing" -- "With my prayer I am protected" -- "In this lifetime they know me in the house of clouds" -- "Where are you my girlfriend? We used to walk so nice together" -- "I'm lonesome for San Carlos" -- The white painted lady -- Happy road --

5SWF 87.14/C.61 Remebering Murphy Cassa: Apache-San Carlos, Arizona, Cassa (Casa), Murphy (1910-1980) 1986 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.2
NOTES: From cover, "These songs, recorded in the mid-sixties, are the legacy of this noted Apache singer"... Two songs for Gan -- Two deer songs -- Social song -- Two songs for Gan -- Social song -- "Second girl" -- "Oklahoma Trail" --

5SWF 87.14/C.62 Remebering Murphy Cassa: Apache-San Carlos, Arizona, Cassa (Casa), Murphy (1910-1980) 1981 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of performer on cover...From cover, "Noted singer, teller of stories, teacher of the traditional culture of the Apache. These songs, recorded in the mid-sixties, will keep his memory alive"... Sunrise dance -- Song for Gan -- Social dance -- Song for Gan -- Dick Young's prayer chant -- Song for Gan -- Song for Gan -- Song for Gan -- Social song -- Song for Gan -- Song for Gan (healing song) --

5SWF 87.14/C.63 Hopi social dance songs, volume one 1973 Shungopair, Second Mesa, AZ., Canyon Records, p1973; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Singers include: Bernard Dawahoya; Riley Polequaptewa; Alaric Polequaptewa; Loren Sakeva; Alde Qunyintewa; Seymour Lomakema; Milland Lomakema, Sr.; Milland Lomekema, Jr.; Patrick Lomawaima... From cover, "The songs on this album are social dance songs and are danced from January to mid-May during the time between the killing of the old moon (the full moon) and the beginning of the new moon"... Pauite dance song -- Jemez buffalo dance song -- Zuni buffalo dance song -- Hopi buffalo dance song --

5SWF 87.14/C.64 Hopi butterfly dance 1970 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1970; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: On cover, "Recorded by Ben Setima on location on the Hopi Mesa of Hoteville, summer of 1967... This is a rare and unique recording - probably the first publicly released recording of an actual Bufferfly Dance in progress on a Hopi mesa"... Information describing the performance of the dance on cover...

5SWF 87.14/C.65 From me to you, Ethelbah, Lee 1980 Albuqueque, N.M., Alta Vista Recording Studio, Produced by Jose A. Chavez, p1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
Let me be there -- We believe in happy endings -- Heartbreak hotel -- Break my mind -- Armor de Segunda -- Oh lonesome me -- Blue eyes crying in the rain -- Pick me up on your way down -- Don't be angry -- When can we do this again -- Maybe -- Ramblin fever --

5SWF 87.14/C.66 Music from the Hopi, Mase, Roger and Singers from 2nd Mesa 1986 Edgewood, N.M., Trival Music International, p1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: All songs composed and arranged by Roger Mase... Musicians include: Ivan Selestewa, drummer; Sidney Sekakuku; Carl Talayumptewa; Andy Selestewa... Recorded by James Lascelles on December 8th at Keams Canyon on the Hopi Reservation... Entering kiva -- Butterfly dance (1st version) -- Butterfly dance (2nd version) -- Buffalo dance (1st version) -- Buffalo dance (2nd version) -- Corn dance -- Comanche dance (1st version) -- Comanche dance (2nd version) -- Rainbow dance (1st version) -- Rainbow dance (2nd version) -- Exit from Kiva --

5SWF 87.14/C.67 Better than ever, El Choochise 1980 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Musicians include: El Coochise, vocals, bass; Larry Peterson, guitar, harmonica, vocals; Danny Snead, steel guitar; Gary James, drums; Windy Evans, background vocals... The longer you wait -- Stay all night -- Crazy arms -- Amanda -- Woman, you should be in movies -- Tulsa time -- Driving my life away -- Some broken hearts never mend -- If fingerprints showed on skin -- Together again -- The bottle let me down --

5SWF 87.14/C.68 Pow-wow songs, Hopi Sunshield Singers of Arizona 1982 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Recorded live at Canyon Records' 30th Anniverary Pow Wow, October, 24, 1981... Singers: Rickey Coochwytewa, lead singer; Milland Lomakema Sr., manager; Clifton Seweiumptewa; Stewart Tewawaina; Delbridge Honanie; Alonzo Dewakuku; Vinton Lonnie; Timmie Mowa; Stanford Lomakema; Jake Poleviyouma Jr., Pat Tewawaina... Grand entry song (Sunshield theme song) -- Trick contest song -- Fancy featherdance -- Two intertribal songs -- War Chief honor song (In honor of Raymond and Mary Boley) -- Two contest songs -- Intertribal song -- Two round dance songs --

5SWF 87.14/C.69 El Coochise: Sad news, El Coochise 1977 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1977; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of El Coochise on cover... Sad news -- Ride me down easy -- I'm so afraid of losing you again -- Ramblin' fever -- Keys in the mailbox -- Here I am drunk again -- Play guitar play -- That's a chance I'll have to take -- I thought I heard you calling my name -- Day dream -- Heart over mind -- Thanks a lot --

5SWF 87.14/C.70 Joe Montana and the Roadrunners, volume one, Joe Montana and the Roadrunners 1974 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1974; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of group on cover... Performers include: Joe Montana, lead guitar and vocals; Del Havatone, rhythm guitar; Neli Jackson, drum and lead guitar; Chum Shrum, bass... Don't be angry -- I ain't buyin' -- Black Jack's bar -- Good hearted woman -- She's gone, gone, gone -- Sally Jo -- Redneck, white socks and Blue Ribbon beer -- I feel better all over -- Working man's blues -- Sensuous woman -- Sunday morning, coming down --

5SWF 87.14/C.71 One more friend, Apache Spirit Albuquerque, N.M., Alta Vista Recording Studio, produced by Jose A. Chavez, 1 sound cassette, analog, stereo
One more friend -- Did it go away -- She's looking for a man -- Flame fever -- Pause for the cause -- Been told been said -- Apache spirit -- It hurts -- The way he plays it -- He means it --

5SWF 87.14/C.72 Five in one, Apache Spirit 1981 Albuquerque, N.M., Alta Vista Recording Studio, Produced by Eledia Chavez, Whiteriver, AZ., p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog, stereo
Rambling man -- Longhaired country boy -- Amy -- Whiskey River -- Brokenhearted people -- Love the world away -- Here I am drunk again -- Dream on -- Dancing round and round -- You may be right -- Midnight angel -- Louisiana man --

5SWF 87.14/C.73 At the rodeo again, The Thunders 1979 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1979; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of musicians on cover by Johnnie Descheenie... Performers include: Leonard Yazzie, bass and vocals; Gary Yazzie, drums and vocals; Henry Wauneka, lead and rhythm guitar... "Navajo Country Western" -- Heard it in a love song -- Lucille -- Amanda -- Let's turn back the years -- Oh, What's her name -- Boney Maroney -- Single again -- Honky tonk -- Susie Q. -- Stop the world -- At the rodeo again -- Life of a rodeo cowboy --

5SWF 87.14/C.74 The Thunders: Navajo country western, The Thunders 1979 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1979; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph on cover of The Thunders... Performers include: Leonard Yazzie, bass, drummer; Gary Yazzie, rhythm guitar and vocals; Henry Wauneka, lead guitar... Ride me down easy -- Crazy arms -- Sweetheart -- Satin sheets -- Peanut butter -- Rainy day woman -- I had to get drunk last night -- Every day I have to cry some -- Sugar coated baby -- Delta dawn -- Sweet Caroline -- White lightin' --

5SWF 87.14/C.76 Vincent Craig, Craig, Vincent 1986 Muttonman Productions, [1986?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From cover, "Dedicated to my wife and sons"... Sketch on cover dated 1986... Someone drew a line -- Buffalo Woman -- A Viet-Nam tribute -- Navajo Code-Talker -- Take your troubles to the river -- Too many graveyards -- Chief Manuelito -- Rita -- Goodbye Miss Rodeo --

5SWF 87.14/C.77 The Blessing Ways, Burch, Sharon and A. Paul Ortega 1984 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Sharon Burch on cover... From cover, "Sharon Burch is a Navajo from Chichiltah, New Mexico...[her] songs deal with her people and especially about women and their ways"... Musicians: A. Paul Ortega; Sharon Burch; Jay Navarro; Joey Padilla, Jr., flutes; John Truitt, flutes... Mother Earth -- Hogan -- All is beautiful -- Cradle song -- Corn song -- Grandmother's ways -- Honor song -- Flute song -- Little star -- Grandfather -- Full moon --

5SWF 87.14/C.78 Native American flute music, Nakai, R. Carlos Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, recorded at Synchestra studios; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Cover graphics by Nakai... Notes on insert about the recording... Zuni song -- Whippoorwill -- Wioste Olowan -- Toki Ya (Lakota) -- 12/13/82 Song -- December snow (12/1/82 song) -- Solstice -- Wioste Olowan -- Inkpa Ta-Ya (Lakota lullaby) -- 12/20/82 song -- 11/30/82 song-- 12/13/82 song II -- 11/1/81 song -- Death song/lament -- 10/18/82 song -- Blood round dance song -- Improvisational melody (based on impression of photograph of Atitlan, Guatemala) --

5SWF 87.14/C.79 Journies: Native American flute music, Nakai, R. Carlos 1986 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, 1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Cover photograph of Nakai by Dick Loutzenheiser... Synopsis of Nakai's musical experiences and song description on insert... Life is for living -- Grendl's tune -- Children's song -- Children's dance -- Rainy night in Taos -- The Rez bunnies -- Seven improvisations: No. 1 in G minor; No. 2 in G minor; No. 3 in E for two flutes; No. 4 in A with wind; No. 5 in A with vocal and wind; No. 6 in G minor with wind; No. 7 in A with sea-birds and ocean sounds --

5SWF 87.14/C.80 Cycles: Native American flute music, Nakai, R. Carlos 1985 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From cover, "...from the Heard Museum Multi-Image Show, Our Voices, Our Land, The Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona"... Photograph of Carlos Nakai on cover... Description and commentary regarding musician and music inside cover... Cries -- Elements -- Origins -- Shelter -- Ritual -- Creativity -- Future/Past -- Cycles --

5SWF 87.14/C.80 Cycles: Native American flute music, Nakai, R. Carlos 1985 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From cover, "...from the Heard Museum Multi-Image Show, Our Voices, Our Land, The Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona"... Photograph of Carlos Nakai on cover... Description and commentary regarding musician and music inside cover... Cries -- Elements -- Origins -- Shelter -- Ritual -- Creativity -- Future/Past -- Cycles --

5SWF 87.14/C.81 Plight of the Redman, XIT 1981 Wall Street Warrior Presentation, produced by Tom Bee, p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog; The Sound of American Indian Rock
NOTES: From the cover, "The sound of American Indian rock"... Beginning -- At peace -- I was raised -- I am happy about you (Nihaa shil hozho) -- The coming of the Whiteman -- War cry -- Someday -- End --

5SWF 87.14/C.82 Silent warrior, XIT 1981 Wall Street Warrior Presentation, produced by Tom Bee, p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog; The Sound of American Indian Rock
NOTES: From the cover, "The sound of American Indian rock"... We live -- Awakening -- Birth -- Reservation of education -- Color nature gone -- Cement prairie -- Young warrior -- Anthem of the American Indian --

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6SWF 87.14/C.83 Yaqui fiesta and religous music: Historic recordings from Old Pascua Village 1980 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From cover, "Produced in cooperation with the Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona, and the Southwest Folklore Center, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona"...In Yaqui... Senorita Hiavhiti ("God's breathing") -- Kaoroakte'a ("Mountain Bird") -- Wichalakas ("Cardinal") -- Diohata Kaminaroa Sonim ("God's Procession Song") -- Choki Loi ("Crippled Star") -- Kabansoam ("Garbanzos") -- Azteca (tune for winding the Maypole) -- Wikapam (tune for unwinding the Maypole) -- Wikapam (continued) -- Alabanza-"Senor Crucifado" (hymn-"The Lord Cruified") -- Pascola dancing to violin and harp -- Pascola dancing to flute and drum -- Deer dance (woim-"Coyotes") -- Matachini dance -- Coyote dance -- Alabanza-"Senora Santa Anna" (hymn-"St. Anne") -- Moela Wikia ("The old music string") -- Sawali Wiikit ("Yellow bird") --

6SWF 87.14/C.84 Yaqui ritual and festival music 1976 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1976; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Performers include: Marcos Zaviva Cochomea; Luis Jiocamea Cupisi; Conrrado Madrid Melina; Ignacio Pluma Blanca Aito; Fernado Contreras; Juan Léon Valencia... In Yaqui... Deer dance: Tosay Hwikit (White Bird) and Taciovakok-Yoko Muhu (Speckled Owl) and Bali Jekan-Tukahaniw (Night Earth) and Chepá Muchicawi -- Matrachini dance: San Francisco -- Santa Theresa -- La Guadalupana -- Pascola dance: Cuera Mohelam (Old Music Strings) -- Cama Guiloham (Squash Vine) -- Mamña Cialim (Green Spinach) -- Folk songs: Juanita Baquero -- Katchan ne juni su tekut jiobe (I'm not a squirrel) -- Masiaca Pueblo --

6SWF 87.14/C.85 Chicken scratch, The Papago Indian Band 1985 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photo of the Papago Indian band on cover... Musicians include: Philip M. Celestine, guitar; Henry M. Juan, accordion; Narsh R. Thomas, drums; Fedelis M. Manuel, saxophone, accordion; Al A. Jose, bass... The Love of Slim polka -- Monterrey chotis -- O'otham waila (polka) -- Chicken scratch -- Sunrise polka -- Manhattan cumbia -- The Braves polka -- Papago Indian chotis -- Take five polka -- Don's special chotis -- From Texas to California -- Over the hill -- Besos y Cerevas --

6SWF 87.14/C.86 Verton Jackson combo: Pima chicken scratch, Verton Jackson Combo 1983 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1983; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of the Verton Jackson Combo on cover... Performers include: Harry J. Ray, Jr., guitar; Verton Jackson, accordion and saxophone; Leonard Harrison, drums, harmonica and vocals; Elmer D. Ray, saxophone; Marvin Webster, bass... In the mood -- Train polka -- Combo's two-step -- La Mocula cumbia -- El Chubasco polka -- Housekeeper song (pony) -- Juarez cumbia -- Ajo special (polka) -- Carl's two-step -- Your day polka -- V.J.'s cumbia -- Angel baby (waltz) --

6SWF 87.14/C.87 The Tribesmen: Pima chicken scratch, The Tribesmen 1984 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
Photograph of The Tribesmen on cover... Performers include: Kenny Antone, bass; Delbert King, drums; Johnny Kisto, saxophone; Tony Leonard, accordion; Jesse Roberts, guitar... Tribesmen's polka --- Turtle bisquit chote -- Caboose polka -- Senor T's cumbia -- A.J.'s chote -- Sunrise polka -- Chute #1 polka -- Sunset chote -- Mona's cumbia -- Juicy Fruit polka -- El Rico's chote -- Eight seconds cumbia --

6SWF 87.14/C.89 Papago chicken scratch, Papago Raiders 1982 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1982; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol. 2
NOTES: Photograph of the Papago Raiders on cover... From cover, "This album is dedicated in memory of Leroy Mamke, a special person to us and to all who knew him"... Musicians: Mark Francisco, saxophone; John Lewis, Jr., accordion; Dan Corella, drums; Sylvester Oliver, guitar; Edward Corella, bass; Delbert Francisco, percussion... San Xavier polka -- Herbie's mazurka -- Yolanda's chote -- Black chess polka -- Bailemos todos cumbia -- M.F. Special chote -- Sometime ago polka -- Cerveza chote -- Superstar polka -- Sour lemons cumbia -- Roundup chote -- Angel baby bolero

6SWF 87.14/C.90 Papago Raiders, Papago Raiders 1981 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, Produced by Ray Boley, p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of the Papago Raiders on cover... Musicians: Marck Francisco, saxophone; Daniel Felix, Accordian; John Lewis, Jr., drums; Richard Felix, bass; Leroy Mamake, guitar... Mis trompitas polka -- Way back when chote -- Four roses polka -- Midafternoon chote -- De Rancho en rancho polka -- Papago Raiders cumbia -- Hilda polka -- Comobabi chote -- The only one polka -- South Komelik chote -- Old Jaquin mazurka -- La Osa cumbia --

6SWF 87.14/C.91 Joe Miguel and The Blood Brothers: Papago chicken scratch, Miguel, Joe and The Blood Brothers 1984 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Joe Miguel and the Blood Brothers on the cover... Performers include: Joe Miguel, saxophone; Richard Garcia, accordian; Ronnie Joaquin, bass; Layne Miguel, guitar; Jose Valesco, Jr., drums... Tequila sunrise waltz -- People at Palo Verde Stand chote -- In a strange place waila -- Little Black Boy cumbia -- Papago special chote -- Coco's waila -- Evening in Pisinemo waila -- Howling chote -- Magina 501 waila -- Bow legged cumbia -- O'othum Nation chote -- Falling star waila --

6SWF 87.14/C.92 The Blood Brothers, Miguel, Joe and The Blood Brothers 1980 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Joe Miquel and The Blood Brothers on cover... Performers include: Joe Miguel, saxophone; Richard Garcia, accordion; Leo Jose, bass; Ervin Gabriel Lopez, drums; Layne Miguel, guitar... El Corcioncito (polka) -- Rainmaker (chote) -- Love (cumbia) -- Catch you (anyway) polka -- Jailbird (chote) -- Santan's turn (chote) -- From here to there (polka) -- Lalo's cumbia -- Lonely lady (chote) -- Night in Charco #27 (polka) -- Morning star (chote) -- White pigeon (polka) --

6SWF 87.14/C.93 The Molinas: Super scratch, volume four, The Molinas 1980 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of The Molinas on cover... Performers include: Virgil Molina, saxophone and vocals; Gregory Molina, drums; Willie Lewis, accordion and vocals; Richard Felix, Sr., bajo sexto; Phillip Miguel, bass... A.B.C. soup polka -- Feeling good chote -- El Palometo (ranchero) -- Old timer's polka -- Passing X-why chote -- Too easy! -- Judge's rubber ducky (chote) -- Gunside polka -- Sunday morning waltz -- Cumbia del sol -- Ajo polka -- Adios bolero --

6SWF 87.14/C.94 Papago chicken scratch, Los Papagos Molinás 1982 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1982; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Los Papagos Molinás on cover... Musicians: Virgil Molina, accordian, saxophone, vocals; Juan Gonzales, vocals; Richard Felix, Jr., bass; Gregory Molina, drums; Richard Felix, Sr., bajo sexto... Las Juvas (cumbian) -- Por una mujer casada (ranchera) -- El Pirito (cumbia) -- El Pacola Papago y Yaqui (pascola) -- Llorras Llorras (bolero) -- El Cowboy (polka) -- Mi Piquito de oro (cumbia) -- El Barrilito (polka) -- El Gopher (cumbia) -- Los Polvos de estos caminos (ranchera) -- El Caballo prieto (chote) -- El Chubasco (ranchera) --

6SWF 87.14/C.95 Waila: Social dance music, The American Indians 1976 Phoenix AZ., Canyon Records, p1976; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Los Papagos Molinás on cover... Musicians: Virgil Molina, accordian, saxophone, vocals; Juan Gonzales, vocals; Richard Felix, Jr., bass; Gregory Molina, drums; Richard Felix, Sr., bajo sexto... Las Juvas (cumbian) -- Por una mujer casada (ranchera) -- El Pirito (cumbia) -- El Pacola Papago y Yaqui (pascola) -- Llorras Llorras (bolero) -- El Cowboy (polka) -- Mi Piquito de oro (cumbia) -- El Barrilito (polka) -- El Gopher (cumbia) -- Los Polvos de estos caminos (ranchera) -- El Caballo prieto (chote) -- El Chubasco (ranchera) --

6SWF 87.14/C.96 Papago chicken scratch, The American Indians 1985 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1985; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.3
NOTES: Musicians: John Manuel, accordion, harmonica; Justin Francisco, saxophone; Alex Cruz, drums; Simon Cruz, guitar; Richard Felix, bass; Greg Francisco, percussion... The Thono polka -- The O'odham two-step -- Ghost riders (arranged by John Manuel) -- My girlfriend's cumbia (composed and arranged by John Manuel and The American Indians) -- Soldier boy (ararnged by John Manuel and The American Indians) -- Eloy's two-step -- Dixie -- Morning Star chote -- It ain't no bull -- Cumbia del sol -- Eloy's polka --

6SWF 87.14/C.97 Santan: Pima chicken scratch, Santan 1979 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1979; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Santan on cover... Performers include; Leonard Harrison, drums; Neal Norris, bass guitar; Arnold Paul, guitar; Johnnie Kisto, sax; Virgil Jose, accordion... Queen Creek polka -- San Antonio Rose (polka) -- Harold's Club cumbia -- Black Jack's bar (stomp) -- Stotonic polka -- Oldie but goodie (Chote) -- Pony time -- Johnny's favorite polka -- Playa Blanca (cumbia) -- White Horse Pass (chote) -- Too easy polka -- St. John's two-step (chote) --

6SWF 87.14/C.98 San Tan volume two: Pima chicken scratch, Santan 1980 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1980; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Cover art by Anthony Honahnie... Musicians: Leonard Harrison, drums; Virgil Jose, accoridon; Johnnie Kisto, saxophone; Kenny Antone, bass; Arnold Paul, guitar... Bobcat Mountain polka -- Teeny chote -- Capricorn pony -- Babchule two-step --- Salt River polka -- Al's song two-step -- Five amigos polka -- Big fields polka -- Candy cobabi two-step -- Joker's polka -- Chili stew two-step --

6SWF 87.14/C.99 Santan: Pima chicken scratch, Santan 1981 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, Produced by Robert Doyle, p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.3
NOTES: Photograph of Santan on cover... Musicians: Leonard Harrison, drums; Virgil Jose, accordion; Johnnie Kisto, saxophone; Kenneth Antone, bass; Arnold Paul, guitar... Makin it two-step -- Angie's polka -- War pony -- Tucson special polka -- Kimby's cumbia -- What's her name polka -- Squaw chote -- C.C. cumbia -- Spanish eyes bolero -- El Guayano polka -- Looking good two-step -- Cielito lindo polka --

6SWF 87.14/C.100 Papago Sunliners: Papago chicken scratch, Papago Sunliners 1981 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of the Papago Sunliners on cover... Performers include: Mandro Jose, accordion; Daniel Cruz, saxophone; Andrea Jose, drums; Leo Juan, bass; Stanley Manuel, guitar... Party time waila -- Good old timer chote -- S.L. special waila -- Cupid's arrow waila -- Indian cumbia -- Hickiwan's tune waila -- Far out chote -- Music box waila -- Tequila sunrise cumbia -- Hell kicking chote -- Mi amor waila -- Let's go chote --

6SWF 87.14/C.101 Papago Sunliners: Chicken scratch, Papago Sunliners 1983 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1983; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of the Papago Sunliners on cover... Musicians: Mandro Jose, accordion; Daniel Cruz, saxophone; Andrea Jose, drums; Leo Juan, bass; Stanley Manuel, guitar... Go for it (waila) -- Night in Santa Cruz (chote) -- Chariots of fire (Waila) -- Way back when (chote) -- The Rose (waila) -- Ted's tune (chote) -- Magnificent seven (waila) -- In the mood (cumbia) -- Oldie but goodie (chote) -- Antone's tune (waila) -- Sunliner streak (cumbia) -- Evangelina (polka) --

6SWF 87.14/C.102 Santa Rosa: Papago chicken scratch, Santa Rosa 1982 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1982; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.2
NOTES: Photograph of Santa Rosa on the cover... Musicians include: Homer Marks, Sr., bass; Alfred J. Wood, drums; Tony Moristo, accordion... Palo verde polka -- Hohokam chote -- Rodriguez special (polka) -- Polka El Marcus -- Irish cumbia -- Happy times polka -- Devil's triangle (polka) -- Gu-achi chote -- Big John's tune (polka) -- Cumbia -- Down at Harold's club( polka) -- Kaija muk cumbia --

6SWF 87.14/C.103 Santa Rosa: Papago chicken scratch, Santa Rosa 1984 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1984; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.3
NOTES: Photograph of Santa Rosa on cover... Musicians include: Jason Wood, saxophone; Tony Moristo, accordian; Calvin Wilson, drums; Alfred J. Wood, Sr., guitar; Homer Marks, Sr., bass... San Luis polka -- Jason's tune (chote) -- London Bridge polka -- Cumbia -- Quero que sepas (polka) -- Ak Chin chote -- La mula bronco (polka) -- Early morning chote -- Cheryl's tune (polka) -- S.R.B. cumbia -- Party time polka -- Adios polka --

6SWF 87.14/C.104 Jose Virgil and friends: Papago-Pima chicken scratch, Virgil, Jose and Friends 1984 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Virgil Jose and Friends on cover... Musicians include: Virgil Jose, accordian; Arnold Paul, guitar; Donnie Manuel, drums; Neal Norris, bass; Lyle Reams, saxophone... Roadrunner polka -- Virg's chote -- Goin' away polka -- Down home chote -- Early morning mazurka -- Chance's polka -- Juan's tune (polka) -- Skipping with her (pony) -- See you later polka -- Hot cumbia -- Jose's and Gomez' special polka -- Aji Mtn. chote --

6SWF 87.14/C.105 Papago Express: Chicken scratch, Papago Express 1985 Pheonix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of the Papago Express on cover... Musicians: Ricardo Vavages, accordian; Isaac Vavages, saxophone; Rupert Vavages, guitar; Lorenzo Vavages, drums; Lucius Vavages, percussion; Leon Juan, special guest on bass... Piast bound polka -- Frank's tune (two-step) -- Desi-Rae polka -- Foxy cumbia -- Chief polka -- Virginia polka -- Rain cloud two-step -- El Turo polka -- Pre-dawn two-step -- After hours polka -- Squash field chote -- Cloud "9" cumbia --

6SWF 87.14/C.106 The Legends: Papago chicken scratch, The Legends 1981 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of The Legends on cover... Musicians: Ronald Maldonado, drums; Albert Alvarez, accordion; Dan Corella, bass; Al Pablo, saxophone; Dave Pablo, guitar... Lil' Joe polka -- Rosaria chote -- Double eagle polka -- El Cable cumbia -- Contrabando y traicion polka -- Magoo chote -- Lupino waila (paloma blanca) -- Cryin' chote -- Early one morning polka -- Unicos cumbia -- Schuk do'ag chote -- Dark clouds polka --

6SWF 87.14/C.107 Papago chicken scratch, The Cisco Band 1985 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1985; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.3
NOTES: Photograph of The Cisco Band on cover... Musicians: Francis Enriguez, saxophone; Phillip L. Miguel, bass; Benedict Martinez, accordion; Mervin Joaguin, guitar; Damon Enriguez, drums and accordion; Ronnie Juan, drums and accordion... Axe handle -- Hawaiian #2 -- The Gate -- Cruising -- Egyptian -- Merry-go-round -- C-G's -- Benny's #1 -- No money -- Pineapple -- Fast as a shark --

6SWF 87.14/C.108 Cisco Band, volume two: Papago chicken scratch, The Cisco Band 1981 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of The Cisco Band on cover... Musicians: Francis Enriquez, saxophone and guitar; Frank Joaquin, guitar and saxophone; John Lewis, Jr., bass and accordian; David Narcho, drums; Benny Martinez, accordion; Damon Enriquez, percussion... Chicken's itch -- Around here chote -- Mi rancerito polka -- Awhite back chote -- Silva cumbia -- El Romance chote -- Early Sunday morning polka -- Remembering mazurka -- Herb's tune polka -- Ebanito chote -- Mula Broncho polka -- Las Panchitas chote --

6SWF 87.14/C.109 Jose's and Gomez Band: Papago chicken scratch, Jose's and Gomez Band 1985 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Jose's and Gomez Band on cover... Musicians include: Alex Gomez, saxophone; Joe Henry Jose, accordian, saxophone, organ; Tim Gomez, drums; Clifford Jose, guitar; Nick Jose, bass... O'odham Ha-Kaidag waila ("Papago Sound") --Sifoidak chote ("Bitter Fields Song") -- G-Añ hu bab ke:k waila ("I'm there") -- Coyote howl chote -- Morning star waila -- Kuawaliya (square dance) -- Carpenter waila -- De-No's waltz (Ma:sulga) -- Kohatk village waila -- Pako'ola Ne-ei chote (pascola) -- Waw Giwulk waila ("Baboquivari mountain") -- Up and down cumbia --

6SWF 87.15/C.1 Baxter Black and Friends: Red, Woody, Bob, Ed, Roger, Doug, Michael, Hoyt, Hodley, Walt, Too Slim, and Carlos, Black, Baxter 1984 Denver, CO., Coyote Cowboy Company, copyright by Baxter Black, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Baxter Black and a dog on cover... All poems written by Baxter Black... People are funny critters -- The New hat (Red Steagall) -- Jekyll and Hide Cattle Company -- Sermon on the can (Walt Garrison) -- Supersalesman -- The Silent partner (Reba McEntire appears courtesy of MCA Records) -- Camp cookie (Too Slim LaBour) -- Cowboy's goin' Hollywood (Ranger Doug Crenn) -- The Gay caballero -- The Old days (Michael McGinnis) -- The Cowboy and the lady -- The Sandhills senior (Holly Barrett) -- The Big high and lonesome (Carlos Ashley) --

6SWF 87.15/C.2 Baxter Black live, Black, Baxter 1984 Denver, CO., Coyote Cowboy Company, copyright by Baxter Black, 1984; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Baxter Black on cover... Music by "Tumbleweeds"... Cindy Lou Black, fiddle; Rick and Sherry Suhr, back-up vocals... All songs and poems written and performed by Baxter Black... The Horse -- The Cow committee -- One more year -- Cow savvy -- Five flat -- Sellin' Prewitt's sow -- I ain't no cowboy -- Last of the singin' cowboys -- Runnin' out of sunsets -- Colorado cowboy -- Take care of yer friends -- The Vegetarian's nightmare --

6SWF 88.1/C.1 The Titan Valley Warheads, Titan Valley Warheads Tucson, AZ., The Sound Factory; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Cover art and design by Ned Sutton... Musicians: Gary Kuitert, mandolin, vocals; Bob Dennoncourt, bass, vocals; John Mattingley, guitar, vocals; Ross Nickerson, banjo; Don Johnson, fiddle, vocals... Jumping the frog (D. Johnson) -- Two liitle boys (P.D.) -- Adobe hacienda (P.D.) -- Don't stop now (R. Nickerson) -- You can have her (W. Cook) -- Traveling kind (S. Young) -- Brown Mountain light (S. Weisman) -- Remington rider (Penny/Remington) -- Homegrown tomatoes (G. Clark) -- Maiden's prayer (B. Wills) -- Might dark to travel (B. Monroe) --

6SWF 88.2/C.1 Algo hermoso para Cristo 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Illustration on cover by Mario... From Acquisitions Inventory: "this tape was a fund raiser for the local Cursillo movement and features local and regional Cursillo singing groups"... In Spanish and English... Algo hermoso para Dios (Kenny) -- Mas alta de sol (Mariachi de Colores) -- El Alfarero (Casa Grande) -- I have decided to follow Jesus (Tohono O'odham group) -- Quien nos apartará de amor de Cristo (Safford) -- Much Amor (Yuma) -- El Pescador (Mamuth) -- Donde nace la flor (Kernny) -- Christo cuento conmigo (Mariachi de Colores) -- Dios y Lombre (Casa Grande) -- This is the day (Tohono O'odham group) -- Christo rey (Yuma) -- La Agonia de Christo (Safford) -- Entre tus manos (Mamuth) -- De colores (Diosesi de Tucson) --

6SWF 88.5/C.1 Memorable songs of the old time: Navajo two step and skip dance songs, Chinle Valley Singers 1987 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1987; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.2
NOTES: Photograph of Chinle Valley Singers on cover... Singers inlcude: Linda Teller, Anita Davis, Elizabeth Davis, Elsi Davis Deswood.. Two step dance songs: Stay with me -- Is my partner present? -- Don't bother the China girl -- Good friendship -- My worriness -- You dance beautifully -- Skip dance songs: Who are you here for? -- Billy goat song -- It's difficult but let's be together -- You broke my heart -- I followed you to see what it's like -- Young man, who are you here for? --

6SWF 88.5/C.2 Tsi'Yi'Tóhi' Singers (Woodspring): Navajo skip and two step dance songs, Tsi'Yi'Tóhi' Singers 1987 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1987; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Tsi'Yi'Tóhi' Singers on cover... Singers include: Mary Dedman; Ann Dobey; Paul Dobey, lead singer and drummer; Bera Shirley; Miller Dedman, Jr.; Erin Dobey... Skip dance songs: Gamerco girl -- Indifference -- Navajo-Hopi tribe unity -- That girl -- I wish you follow -- Beautiful Blackfoot girl -- People's happiness -- Polacco -- Two-step dance songs: Get away -- Flagstaff girl -- Young generation -- Dancing partner used to say -- Gifted with valuables -- Meet me in Gallup -- Always stood by the road -- Hopi girl --

6SWF 88.5/C.3 Joe Miguel and the Blood Brothers: Chicken scratch, Miguel, Joe and The Blood Brothers 1987 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1987; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.3
NOTES: Photograph of Joe Miguel and the Blood Brothers on cover... Musicians include: Joe Miguel, saxophone; Ronnie Joaquin, guitar and bass; Jose Velasco, Jr., drums; Tyson Whitman, accordion; Jesse Puentes, Jr., bass and guitar; Raymond Boley, executive producer... Sun tracks waila -- Dusty moccasin chote -- Buscando amores cumbia -- Many returns waila -- Injun vodka chote -- La Mucaro cumbia -- Night after night waila -- Sunrise chote -- Comanchos cumbia -- Nick's special waltz -- Lo Mucho que te quiero bolero -- Limbo cumbia --

6SWF 88.5/C.4 Thee/Express: Chicken scratch, Thee/Express 1987 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1987; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Thee/Express on cover... Musicians include: Ricardo Vavages, accordian and bass; Rupert Vavages, acccordian and guitar; Isaac Vavages, saxophone; Lornzo Vavages, drums; Lucius Vavages, drums and percussion; Ronnie Juan, bass and accordion... 'Til mañama wao:a -- Sycamore co:di -- Ole Smokey waila -- Old style Masul'ga -- Alias waila -- Sabian cumbia -- Puss in the hat waila -- Jacked rabbit co:di -- RSV waila -- Greasewood co:di -- Arabian cubia -- Thee fox trot Paco'ola --

6SWF 88.5/C.5 Tohono O'odham Braves: Chicken scratch, Tohono O'odham Braves 1987 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1987; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of the Tohono O'odham Braves on cover... Musicians: Jason M. Wood, guitar and saxophone; Donnie B. Manuel, drums; Gilbert L. Jose, saxophone and bass; alex A. Cruz, bass and guitar; Marvin Jones, percussion... Braves special waila -- Komelik two-step -- Thono cumbia -- Weensy spider waila -- Limbo rock -- O'odham chote -- Wild flower waila -- Rocky top chote -- A.I.M. cumbia -- Farmer in the dell waila -- Braves cumbia -- Piasth tune waila --

6SWF 88.6/C.1 Lalo Mata y sus Llaneros, Mata, Lalo Phoenix, AZ., Pantera Records Co.; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acqusitions Inventory: "Lalo Mata y sus Llaneros performed as the house band at La Cita Ballroom"... Gosare tus renuerdos -- La Carcel -- Desesperansa -- Motibos -- Las dos las gueria pa nic -- Cada vez -- Por el bien de los dos -- Lamberto guintero -- Pequena y frajel -- Cuarto vidas --

6SWF 88.6/C.2 Lalo Mata, Mata, Lalo XLT Productions; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: "Lalo Mata y sus Llaneros performed as the house band at La Cita Ballroom"... Todo paso (2:22) -- Vino maldito (2:10) -- Vestido blanco (2:23) -- Crieste (2:54) -- Vengan copas (2:11) -- Nesecito una companero (2:57) -- Marez cumbia (2:20) -- Anelo (2:46) -- Querido amigo (2:10) -- Francisoc Zarabia (2:20) --

6SWF 88.10/C.1 Corridos de la Revolution 1988 February 2 Tucson, AZ., El Pueblo Neighborhood Center, February 2, 1988; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES; From acquisition file, "Talks by Raquel Goldsmith and Celeistino Fernández -- 3 songs by Francisco Gonzáles -- Corrido by Guillermo Suenz -- Corridos by Antonio Federico wth el group Christo Rey" --

6SWF 88.14/C.1 [Recordings of the St. Johns, Arizona, Mandolin and Guitar Society], St. Johns Mandolin and Guitar Club 1962 August 15 Seattle, WA., Seattle World's Fair, August 15, 1962; 1 sound cassette, analog
Introduction -- Mocking bird hill -- Daisy Dee -- Napannec -- Vaya con Dios -- Dear hearts and gentle people --

6SWF 88.15/C.1.T Interview with Leonardo Yañez, Yañez, Leonardo 1988 June 23 Douglas, AZ., June 23, 1988; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Information from acquisitions file: Interview by James S. Griffith with Leonardo Yañez, corridos composer, about corridos and the famous race horses "Relampago" and "Moro de Cumpas"... Transcription located in acquisitions file...

6SWF 88.16/C.1 Gu-Achi Fiddlers: Old time O'odham fiddlers music, The Gu-Achi Fiddlers 1988 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records, p1988; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: On cover, photograph of the Gu-Achi Fiddlers... Notes on inside cover written by James S. Griffith about the history of Tohono O'odham fiddle music and biographical information about the Gu-Achi Fiddlers... Performers include: Gerald Leos, snare; Lester Vavages, fiddle; Tommy Lopez, bass drum; Wilfred Mendoza, guitar; Elliott Johnson, fiddle... Ali Oidah polka -- Bareterro teo-step -- Black Mountain mazurka -- Blackie polka -- Libby bird song mazurka -- Memories in Ajo polka -- Pinto beans two-step -- E.J. special polka -- Cababie two-step -- Down mazurka --

6SWF 88.18/C.1 Singin' Sam's Saddlebag of songs and Singin' Sam and friends, Singin' Sam Agins West Sedona, AZ., Haywire Record Co.; 1 sound cassette, analog, stereo
NOTES: Label on container: "From the master tapes of two Singin' Sam Classic Cowboy albums"...Singin' Sam's Saddlebag of Songs: Lil' Joe the wrangler -- Old Chilsholm trail -- Sirree peaks -- City boarders -- Punchin' the dough -- 10,000 years ago -- Hair trigger newt -- Rawhide rope -- Jake and Roany -- Strawberry roan -- Tennis in Venice -- Red River Valley -- Singin' Sam and Friends: Philadelphia lawyer -- Peon named Pancho -- Had but fifty cents -- Dearly beloved -- Good old mountain dew -- Silver haired Daddy -- Cowboy Nick -- South coast -- Goin' back -- Yavapai Pete -- Cat came back -- Red Elk --

6SWF 88.19/C.1 Horse Tracks: Who shot the mules?, Knox, Ross and Steve Rafters 1988 Prescott, AZ., Cave Productions, Cave Music Group, p1988; 1 sound cassette (42:84 minutes), analog
NOTES: Photograph of Ross Knox and Steve Rafters on cover...Musicians include: Ross Knox, peoms; Steve Rafters, vocals and guitar; Jeff Robertson, guitar; John Kennedy, fiddle and mandolin; Sondra Asa, banjo; Warren Miller, mandolin; Lou Steiger, harmonica...From cover: "A collection of original and traditional songs and poems of the working cowboy"...Easy chairs and saddle sores (3:00) -- The Moonshine Steer (2:53) -- Forgotten (1:53) -- Little Joe the wrangler -- Bear hunters bold (6:50) -- Old Paint (3:11) -- The Dude Wrangler (4:54) -- Droop ears (4:03) -- Cowboy at college (2:05) -- Little Joe the wrangler's sister Nell (4:03) -- The Old night hawk (5:52) --

6SWF 89.11/C.1 1985 Arizona state fiddle champion: David Sharp, Shroup, David 1985 Tempe, AZ., Cirillo Studios, p1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of David Shroup on cover...Sally Goodin -- Misty moonlight waltz -- Calgary polka -- Hell among the yearlings -- Skater's waltz -- Herman's rag -- Red wing -- Turkey in the straw -- Grey Eagle -- Arkansas traveler -- Cattle in the cane -- Tennessee waltz -- Dill pickles -- Tugboat -- Kentucky waltz -- Don't let the deal go down -- Ragtime Annie -- Leather britches -- Faded love -- Orange Blossom Special --

6SWF 89.12/C.1 AOTFA - Valley Chapter, AOTFA - Valley Chapter (Arizona Old Time Fiddlers' Association) 1989 January 8 Mesa, AZ., Recorded live at the Venture Out, January 8, 1989; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Valley chapter musicians on cover...Performers listed on cover...Ragtime Annie -- Redwing -- Step it fast -- Darktown strutter's ball -- Abbotsford waltz -- Sweet Georgia Brown -- San Antonio Rose -- Down yonder -- Faded love -- South -- Ghost riders in the sky -- I'm confessin' -- Maiden's prayer -- Orange Blossom Special -- Golden slippers -- Jessie polka -- Wreck of the old 97 -- Darling Nellie Gray -- Huggies on highway -- John Ryan -- Mickey chewing bubble gum -- Black Mountain rag -- El rancho grande -- Canadian cotton eyed Joe -- Amarillo by morning -- Sally Goodin -- Old Joe Clark -- Blackberry blossom -- Eighth of January --

6SWF 89.13/C.1 Southpaw Shroup, Shroup, David 1988 Phoenix, AZ., p1988; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Dedication: "This tape is dedicated to Carl E. Reiter, Master Violin Maker, Prescott, AZ."...More information on cover...Musicians: David Shroup, fiddle and harmonies; Mike Cirillo, accompaniment..."Special thanks to Peter Rolland for various arrangements"...Boil the cabbage down -- I'm confessing -- Liberty -- West Fork girls -- Maiden's prayer -- Jessie polka -- Silver bells -- Amazing grace -- Old rugged cross -- Golden slippers -- Tennessee waltz -- Buffalo gals -- Forty years ago waltz -- Soldier's joy -- Westphalia waltz -- Irish washerwoman's jig -- Cotton eyed Joe -- Fowl medley --

6SWF 89.15/C.1 The Zopes, The Zopes (Los Zopilotes) 198? Tucson, AZ., Skin and Bones Music, [198?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Musicians: Dave Meko; Barry Richards; Bob Collier...Santa Cruz polka -- Rueben and Mercedes -- Papago gas -- Conchos -- Dragoon waltz -- La Gordita -- Bayou waltz -- Speedway mazurka -- Cumbia borachita --

6SWF 89.15/C.2 Pigs ate my speakers, Hector and the Javelinas 1988 [Tucson, AZ.], Skin and Bones Music, Big Zeke Music, Prickly Pear Productions, p1988; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Musicians: Dave Meko, accordian and vocals; Rick Huston, guitars and vocals; Barry Richards, bass and vocals...Put your teeth back in -- Speedway mazurka -- Mr. D.J. -- Polka borachita -- Moses Ruben and Mercedes -- Joe's Cafe -- Squeezebox romancer -- Eddie --

6SWF 89.18/C.1 Signature album, Taylor, Sam 1989 Aradia Music, Inc., Produced by Sam Taylor for Aradia Music, Inc., Assoc. Producer Gary Ford, August West Productions, p1989; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: On cover, photograph of Sam Taylor, by Gary Ford...Dedication: "Dedicated to the Mother of my children"...Ice water -- Shop around -- You got the nerve -- Mother blues -- Rock yo ase ofe -- Good to ya -- Freak for pain -- Mother of the year -- Call the police -- Spirit -- Do you like it --

6SWF 89.22/C.1 The Paradox Bluegrass Band, The Paradox Bluegrass Band 1985 Mesa, AZ., Peter Rolland, p1985; 1 sound cassette (60 minutes), analog, stereo
NOTES: From cover, "Recorded live in concert; August 31, 1985"...Performers include: Peter Rolland, fiddle, mandolin, lead vocals; Gail Rolland, bass; Jack Levy, guitar; Martin Sinclair, banjo...Cluck old hen -- Uncle Pen -- Hair trigger newt -- Over the rainbow -- Battle of New Orleans -- Pig in a pen -- Arkansas traveler -- Fisher's hornpipe -- Forked deer -- Bill Cheatum -- Listen to the mockingbird -- Foggy mountain breakdown -- John Henry -- Old Joe Clark/June apple -- Travlin' the high way home -- Leather britches -- Who broke the lock -- The Orange Blossom Special --

6SWF 89.22/C.2 Traditional American old time fiddling, Rolland, Peter and Gail Rolland 1982 Kerr Cultural Center, [Produced by Peter Rolland], p1982; 1 sound cassette (60 minutes), analog, stereo
Tommy don't go -- Three legged milkstool -- Pigtown fling/Uncle Joe -- Last of Callahan/Cumberland Gap -- Bonapart's retreat -- Cripple Creek -- Yew Piney Mountain -- Brimmer's reel -- Humphrey's jig -- Jigset: Haste to the wedding/Irish washerwoman/Connaugtman's rambles -- Fowl medley: Turkey in the straw/Chicken reel/Cackling hen/Cluck old hen -- Wake up Susan -- Borga wiggle rag -- Turkey knob -- Lonestar rag -- Rutland's reel -- Lost Indian -- Black mountain blues -- Festival waltz -- Listen to the mockingbird -- Drowsy Maggie/The Black eyed lassie --

6SWF 89.22/C.3 The Cowboy Fiddle Band "Live", The Cowboy Fiddle Band 1985 Mesa, AZ., Peter Rolland, p1985; 1 sound cassette (60 min.), analog, stereo
NOTES: From cover, "Live in concert at the Kern Cultural Center, December 7, 1984"... Performers include: Joe Baer, lead vocals, rhythm guitar; Marshall Raconsky, lead guitar; Bill Roberts - "Arkansas Willy"; Gail Rolland, upright bass; David Shoup, harmony vocals, melody fiddle; Julianna Waller, harmony fiddle; Peter Rolland, emcee, harmony and lead vocals, harmony fiddle, mandolin, all arrangements, management and production; Steve Kelsy, recording... Rose of San Antonio (Bob Wills) -- Maiden's prayer -- Corina, Corina -- South (B. Moten and T. Hayes) -- Bill Cheatum -- Rose of Avignmore -- Calgary polka -- Willie wants to fiddle too -- Faded love/Arkansas traveler (Bob Wills) -- Hair trigger newt -- Jessie polka -- Devil's dream -- Room full of roses (Tim Soencer) -- Tumbling tumbleweeds (Bob Nolan) -- East Tennessee blues -- Cool water (Bob Nolan) -- Romeo's last chance jog -- Willie's list: People I can whop --Jumbalaya (Hank Williams) -- The Tennessee waltz (Redd Stewart and Pee Wee King) -- The Orange Blossom Special --

6SWF 89.25/C.1 Los Piratas del Valle, Los Piratas del Valle Phoenix, AZ., Pajarito Records and Recording Studio; 1 sound cassette, analog, stereo
NOTES: Photograph of Los Piratas del Valle on cover...From acquisition file, 89.25/C.1: La cuna vacia -- Me estoy acostumbrando -- Extranos -- Los ojos de mi morena -- La Noria escondída -- Amor a lo ligero -- El serenatero -- Me toco la de Derder -- Estrellas de plata -- Mi Lupita --

6SWF 89.25/C.2 Mariachi show, Los 4 Del Colonial 198? XLT Production, Marca Miramontes, [198?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquistion file, tape acquired in Phoenix, Arizona in 1986 or 1987... Burrito de Belen -- Blanca Navidad -- El Niño de Tambor -- Los Camparias -- Comido de Año Nuevo -- Feliz Navidad -- Noche de Paz -- Rudolfo el Reno -- Campanitas de Navidad -- Potpourri Nanideno

6SWF 89.26/C.1 [Interview with Ray Boley] tape 1, Boley, Ray [Raymond] 1989 December 13 Phoenix, AZ., December 13, 1989; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file: Interview by James S. Griffith with Ray Boley, at Mr. Boley's home in Phoenix, Arizona. Mr. Boley is the founder and owner of Canyon Record Company..."the world's largest firm releasing Native American Music commercially"... Interview is about Mr. Boley's life, focusing on Canyon Record Company... Typed transcription of tape available in file, 89.26/C.1, 2...

6SWF 89.26/C.2 [Interview with Ray Boley] tape 2, Boley, Ray [Raymond] 1989 December 13 Phoenix, AZ., December 13, 1989; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file: Interview by James S. Griffith with Ray Boley, at Mr. Boley's home in Phoenix, Arizona. Mr. Boley is the founder and owner of Canyon Record Company..."the world's largest firm releasing Native American Music commercially"... Interview is about Mr. Boley's life, focusing on Canyon Record Company... Typed transcription of tape available in file, 89.26/C.1, 2...

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7SWF 89.27/C.1 [Glenn Ohrlin at Sharlot Hall Museum, tape 1], Ohrlin, Glenn 1985 March 6 Prescott, AZ., Sharlot Hall Museum, March 6, 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Performers include: Glenn Ohrlin; Gail Gardner; Earl Rogers; Everett Brisindine... From Acquistions Inventory, "contains stories, songs, and poems"...

7SWF 89.27/C.2 Glenn Ohrlin at Sharlot Hall Museum, tape 2, Ohrlin, Glenn 1985 March 6 Prescott, AZ., Sharlot Hall Museum, [March 6, 1985?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisition Inventory, "Individuals recorded are Glenn Ohrlin, Gail Gardner, Earl Rogers and Everett Brisindine... contains stories, songs, and poems"...

7SWF 89.27/C.3 Glenn Ohrlin at Sharlot Hall Museum, tape 3, Ohrlin, Glenn 1985 March 6 Prescott, AZ., Sharlot Hall Museum, [March 6, 1985?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisition Inventory, "Individuals recorded are Glenn Ohrlin, Gail Gardner, Earl Rogers and Everett Brisindine... contains stories, songs, and poems"...

7SWF 89.27/C.4 Earl Rogers and Ross Knox at Dexter School, Rogers, Earl and Ross Knox Dexter School; 1 sound cassette, analog
Notes: Performers include: Earl Rogers and Ross Knox... From Acquisitions Inventory, "contains songs, stories, poems and tall tales"...

7SWF 89.27/C.5 [Slim Kite and friends singing and fiddling, tape 1], Kite, Slim (Luther) 1985 March 27 March 27, 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Performers include: Slim Kite; Marvin Bennett; Bob Cross; Everett Brisindine; John Bradley... From Acquisitions Inventory, "contains songs, recitations, fiddle solos and discussions"...

7SWF 89.27/C.6 [Slim Kite and friends singing and fiddling, tape 2], Kite, Slim (Luther) 1985 March 27 March 27, 1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory, "contains songs, recitations, fiddle solos and discussions"...

7SWF 89.27/C.7 Tales of Grand Canyon guides in the 30's, tape 1, Kite, Slim (Luther) 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Performers include Slim Kite, Marvin Bennett, and John Bradley... From Acquisitions Inventory, "contains stories about guides taking tourists down the Bright Angel Trail in the 30's; discussions about cowboys; fiddle music and poetry"...

7SWF 89.27/C.8 Tales of Grand Canyon guides in the 30's, tape 2, Kite, Slim (Luther) 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Performers include Slim Kite, Marvin Bennett, and John Bradley... From Acquisitions Inventory, "contains stories about guides taking tourists down the Bright Angel Trail in the 30's; discussions about cowboys; fiddle music and poetry"...

7SWF 89.27/C.9 Grand Canyon Cowboy Band reunion, tape 1, Grand Canyon Cowboy Band 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Tape includes sides 1 and 4... From Acquisitions Inventory, "Musicians include: Warren Miller; Sam Fenner; Slim Kite; Marvin Bennett; John Bradley... contains rehearsal for concert, cowboy songs, poems, and stories"...

7SWF 89.27/C.10 Grand Canyon Cowboy Band reunion, tape 2, Grand Canyon Cowboy Band 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Tape includes sides 2 and 5...From Acquisitions Inventory: Individuals recorded are Warren Miller, Sam Fenner, Slim Kite, Marvin Bennett, and John Bradley...Contains rehearsal for concert - cowboy songs, poems, and stories...

7SWF 89.27/C.11 Grand Canyon Cowboy Band reunion, tape 3, Grand Canyon Cowboy Band 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Individuals recorded are Warren Miller, Sam Fenner, Slim Kite, Marvin Bennett, and John Bradley...Contains rehearsal for concert - cowboy songs, poems, and stories...

7SWF 89.27/C.12 Grand Canyon Cowboy Band: 50th anniversary concert, tape 1, Grand Canyon Cowboy Band 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Individuals recorded are Warren Miller, Sam Fenner, John Bradley, Slim Kite, and Marvin Bennett. Contains re-creation of a night of entertainment at the Bright Angel Lodge, Grand Canyon, in 1935...

7SWF 89.27/C.13 Grand Canyon Cowboy Band: 50th anniversary concert, tape 2, Grand Canyon Cowboy Band 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Individuals recorded are Warren Miller, Sam Fenner, John Bradley, Slim Kite, and Marvin Bennett. Contains re-creation of a night of entertainment at the Bright Angel Lodge, Grand Canyon, in 1935...

7SWF 89.27/C.14 Grand Canyon Cowboy Band: 50th anniversary concert, tape 3, Grand Canyon Cowboy Band 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Individuals recorded are Warren Miller, Sam Fenner, John Bradley, Slim Kite, and Marvin Bennett. Contains re-creation of a night of entertainment at the Bright Angel Lodge, Grand Canyon, in 1935...

7SWF 89.27/C.15 Grand Canyon Cowboy Band: 50th anniversary concert, tape 4, Grand Canyon Cowboy Band 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Individuals recorded are Warren Miller, Sam Fenner, John Bradley, Slim Kite, and Marvin Bennett. Contains re-creation of a night of entertainment at the Bright Angel Lodge, Grand Canyon, in 1935...

7SWF 89.27/C.16 Eloise Turner: Oral history [life at the] Grand Canyon, 1949-1957, Turner, Eloise 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Eloise Turner recalls her life at the Grand Canyon as the wife of Sam Turner, an agent at the Santa Fe depot.

7SWF 89.27/C.17 H.P. Morgan sings and preaches [at Sedona], Morgan, H.P. 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Side 1: country songs... Side 2: sermons delivered in Sedona, Arizona...

7SWF 89.27/C.18 Gail Gardner with Horse Sense, Gardner, Gail and Horse Sense 1985 October 5 [October 5, 1985]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Contains songs, stories, and poems...

7SWF 89.27/C.19 Mayer Cowboy Concert, tape 1, Mayer 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Individuals recorded are Glen Ohrlin, Marivn Bennett, Slim Kite, and Everett Brisendine...Contains cowboy poems, songs, and stories...

7SWF 89.27/C.20 Mayer Cowboy Concert, tape 2, Mayer 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Individuals recorded are Glen Ohrlin, Marivn Bennett, Slim Kite, and Everett Brisendine...Contains cowboy poems, songs, and stories...

7SWF 89.27/C.21 Bud Brown sings and reminisces, Brown, Bud 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Warren Miller interviews Bud Brown...Contains narrative about Brown's decision to come west, as well as cowboy songs and stories...

7SWF 89.27/C.22 Marvin Bennett's personal tapes, tape 1, Bennett, Marvin 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From Acquisitions Inventory: Individuals recorded are Marvin Bennett, Grant Bennett, and Marie Bennett...Contains cowboy songs and fiddle tunes and Grant Bennett talking about his life...

7SWF 89.28/C.1 Interview with Lopez brothers, Lopez brothers 1989 September 4 Arivaca, AZ., September 4, 1989; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with the Lopez brothers about the Arivaca horse races...Collector: James S. Griffith and Richard Morales

7SWF 90.1/C.1 Fiddlin' inferno, Wurst, Brian 1985 Wurst Productions, p1985; 1 sound cassette (30 minutes) analog, stereo
NOTES: Brian Wurst plays fiddle, mandolin, and tenor guitar...Lonesome Cherokee -- Kansas City Kitty -- Julianna's waltz -- Brownskin gal -- Chuck in the bush -- Star of the County Down -- Southern bells of Nashville -- Arkansas traveler -- Sweet bunch of daisies -- Salt Creek -- Forked deer -- Whistler's waltz -- Grey Eagle --

7SWF 90.1/C.2 Waltzing fire, Wurst, Brian 1984 Wurst Productions, p1984; 1 sound cassette (30 min.), analog, stereo
NOTES: Photograph of Brian Wurst on cover... Wurst plays fiddle, mandolins, guitar, and bass... Chancellor's waltz -- 40 years ago waltz -- Gardenia waltz -- Cottonwoods waltz -- Goodnight waltz -- Trash waltz -- Dreamer's waltz -- Skater's waltz -- Gold and silver waltz -- Velvet waltz -- Ook pic -- Waltz across Texas --

7SWF 90.1/C.3 Fiddlin' fire, Wurst, Brian 1984 Wurst Productions, p1984; 1 sound cassette (30 min.), analog, stereo
NOTES: Brian Wurst plays fiddle, mandolin, guitar, and bass... Sally Gooden -- Yellow rose waltz -- Maple leaf reel -- Sally Johnson -- Mark's waltz -- Clarinet polka -- Soppin' the gravy -- Mexicali rose waltz -- Black and white rag -- Dusty Miller -- Festival waltz -- Gold rush --

7SWF 90.5/C.3 Apache, Palmer, Macklin 1982 [Washington, D.C.]: The Library of Congress Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division, Recorded and edited by Willard Rhodes, [p1982?]; 1 sound cassette, analog; Music of the American Indian
NOTES: Cover illustration: Apache Fire Dance, by Al Momaday...Issued as a series of 10 recordings...Accompanying material in acquisition file...Performers include: Macklin Palmer; Sinew L. Riley; Clarence Peaches; David Dazen; Sam Haozous; Blossom Haozous; James Hume...Crown dance song -- Crown dance song -- Sunrise dance song -- Sunrise dance song -- Love song -- Love song -- Fire dance song -- Moccasin game song -- Love song -- Song from the girl's puberty rite -- Song from the girl's puberty rite --

7SWF 90.5/C.4 Indian songs of today, Indian Young People 1982 [Washington, D.C.]: The Library of Congress Motion Picture Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division, Recorded and edited by Willard Rhodes, [p1982]; 1 sound cassette, analog; Music of the American Indian
NOTES: Cover illustration: water color, Three eagle dancers, by Woody Crumbo...Issued as series of 10 recordings... Accompanying material in acquisition file 90.5...Seminole: Duck dance song -- Creek lullaby -- Potawatomi song -- Sioux wan dance song -- Sioux rabbit dance song -- Navajo squaw dance song -- Navajo squaw dance song -- Navojo song of happiness -- Tewa basket dance song -- Round dance song -- Buffalo dance song -- Modern love song -- Kiowa round dance song -- Kiowa buffalo dance song -- Feather dance song -- Two Cherokee Christian hymns -- Stomp dance song -- Three modern love songs -- Tlingit paddling song --

7SWF 90.8/C.1 Legends in Levis, Trimble, Marshall and the Overdub Band 1990 Scottsdale, AZ., Silver Bullet Productions, published by Reata Publishing Company, Scottsdale, AZ., p1990; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Marshall Trimble on cover... Cover contains biographical information on Trimble and commentary on the songs and poems... Performers include: Marshall Trimble, vocals, instruments; Pete Willman, instruments; Lisa Owens, vocals... Musical arrangements by Mark Prentice and Pete Willman.. Sierry Petes (2:57) -- Moonshine steer (3:10) -- Bad brahma bull (5:40) -- Strawberry roan (3:21) -- From town (2:50) -- Legends in Levis (2:20) -- Windy Bill (2:56) -- The Zebra dun (4:39) -- A good place for a Hell (3:20) -- Dude wrangler (5:17) -- High chin Bob (3:00) -- Yavapai Pete (3:47) --

7SWF 90.14/C.1.T First 29 Navajo code talker, Nez, Chester 1990 August 8 Albuquerque, NM., August 8, 1990; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview by Zonnie Gorman with Chester Nez...In Navajo...Collector: Zonnie Gorman.

7SWF 91.3/C.1 Arm and Hammer: Original and traditional music, Duff, Anna and Stefan George 1989 Tucson, AZ., Marsound, p1989; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photo of musicians on cover... Musicians: Anna Duff, hammered ducimer; Stefan George, guitar, keyboards and lap steel...Mike Reinhard, engineer...Ready or not -- Texas quickstep -- Mabel St. rag -- Jeff Davis -- Necropolis -- Vera Cruz -- Two-lane waltz -- Zephyr -- Jerusalem Ridge --

7SWF 91.11/C.1 [Interview with Lou Castellum and Virginia Islas], Castellum, Lou and Virginia Islas 1991 January 28 Tucson, AZ., January 28, 1991; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview by James S. Griffith with Lou Castellum and Virginia Islas concerning cascarones, a decorated eggshell and tissue paper folk art item of Mexico. Collector: James S. Griffith.

7SWF 91.12/C.1 Southside Presbyterian Church Choir, Tucson, Arizona, vol. II, Southside Presbyterian Church Choir 1990 Tucson, AZ., Jim Brady Studios, p1990; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From cover, "Dedicated to the memory of John Ashwood"... Rose Johnson, director and pianist... Susan Parrott, producer... Choir members listed on cover.. O it is Jesus -- I love to praise Him -- Twelve gates -- We shall walk -- Swing low, sweet chariot -- Lift Him up -- Lead me, guide me -- Love has no borders -- You must be born again -- Call Him up -- Mother's amazing grace -- There's a bright side -- Up above my head -- Wade in the water -- Be not afraid --

7SWF 91.13/C.1 [Interview with Mrs. Margaret Redondo], Redondo, Margaret 1991 February 7 Saguarita, AZ., February 7, 1991; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Cassette tape interview (one side) with Mrs. Margaret Redondo near Madera Canyon, AZ. by James S. Griffith on February 7, 1991...More information available in acquisitions file, 91.13/C.1...Topics include: an account of a divine intervention (Lady in Blue) in the 1887 siege of Caborca--a treasure story around Madera Canyon--a story of a hermit treasure hunter on Elephant Butte of Santa Rita Mountains--a short account of a tradition that Teddy Roosevelt visited old pals in Madera Canyon. Collector: James S. Griffith.

7SWF 91.27/C.1 First 29 Navajo code talker, tape 1, Brown, John Jr. 1991 August 6 August 6, 1991; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with John Brown, Jr....In Navajo...

7SWF 91.27/C.2 First 29 Navajo code talker, tape 2, Brown, John Jr. 1991 August 6 August 6, 1991; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with John Brown, Jr....In Navajo...

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8SWF 91.30/C.1 Plegaris al Santo Niño de Atocha y a la Virgen de San Juan, Los Rieleros 1991 1991; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Original tape purchased in Plateros, Zacatecas, Mexico, June, 1991...Plegaria al Santo Niño (Domingo Turrubiate) -- Corrido de Plateros (Antonio Martinez) -- Alabanzas al Santo Niño (Dominio Publico) -- Mañanitas al Santo Niño (Domingo Turrubiate) -- Mi Plateros (Gilberto Castro) -- Virgen de San Juan (Domingo Turrubiate) -- San Juanita (Domingo Turrubiate) -- Mañanitas a la Virgen de San Juan (Domingo Turrubiate) -- San Juan de los Lagos, Jal. (Domingo Turrubiate) -- Juan Paulo II (Antonio Martinez) --

8SWF 91.31/C.1 Arizona Dance Hands: The best in Western music, Arizona Dance Hands 1986 [1986?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From label, "An evening at Li'l Abner's with Dean Armstrong, Billy Burkes and Edsel Smith, recorded live"...Sketch of group on cover dated 1986...

8SWF 91.34/C.1 Remembering how it used to be, Evans, Ray and Skelly Boyd 1991 p1991; 1 cassette tape, analog
NOTES: Cowboy poetry recited by Roy Evans; Shelly Boyd, guitar and music...Phantom trooper (Bruce Kiskaddon)--When you've finished shipping cattle in the fall (Bruce Kiskaddon)--The Rogue steer (Henry Nibbs)--Buck (unknown)--The Untold story (Roy Evans)--Thoughts of a wrangler (Roy Evans)--

8SWF 91.37/C.1 Salt River Ramblers, Salt River Ramblers 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From container, "one non-commercial, audition-type cassette"... In the acquisitions file there is a flyer for the Salt River Ramblers Bluegrass Band with a photograph of the band. Band members are listed: Herb Jackson, guitar; Jerry Jenott, mandolin; Gary Cole, banjo; Fred Tanner, bass...

8SWF 92.2/C.1 Navajo traditional two-step and skip songs, Sweethearts of Navajoland 1991 Phoenix, AZ., Distributed by Canyon Records Productions, Sweethearts of Navajoland, p1991; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photograph of Sweethearts of Navajoland on cover... Singers include: Lillian Ashely, manager; Darleen Juan; Linda Hardy; Marlene Begay; Lena Hardy... Two-step songs: Waiting around for me -- Do you remember? -- You're my only sweetheart -- Back to Towac -- Hopi partner -- Blackfoot followed me back -- Skip songs: I followed you to the dances -- One night out -- You left for no reason -- Your fault -- Albuquerque Indian finals -- Santa Domingo hosteen --

8SWF 92.2/C.2 Chicken scratch, The Braves 1991 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records Productions, p1991; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol.3
NOTES: Photograph of The Braves on cover... Musicians include: Neal Norris, guitar; Alex Cruz, accordian; Marvin Juan, percussion; Donnie Manuel, drums; Jason Wood, saxophone; Gilbert Jose, bass... T.G.'s waila -- Haskell chote -- Eloy cumgia -- Forgotten chote -- Leah's waila -- Stan's jam -- De Mos Gracias -- E.M.C. cumbia -- Flats waila -- Mission chote -- Cereus cumbia -- Ak-Chin two step --

8SWF 92.2/C.3 Southern scratch, Chicken scratch 1991 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records Productions, Executive Producer, Raymond A. Boley, p1991; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Cover photograph of Chicken Scratch... Musicians include: Ron Joaquin, bass guitar; Ben Jose, accordian and sax; Rupert Vavages, accordian and guitar; Jose Velasco, drums; Jesse Puentes, guitar and bass guitar; Carlos Rodriquez, percussion; Isaac Vavages, sax... Recorded by Allen Moore... Monterrey polka -- Let's get cereus mazurka -- Southern babes waila -- City life cumbia -- Paula chote -- Brass monkey waila -- Angelita polka -- Matador cumbia -- Old Faithful mazurka -- El Circo polka -- Please stay chote -- Gypsy cumbia --

8SWF 92.2/C.4 Gu-Achi fiddlers: Old time O'odham fiddle music, volume 2, Gu-Achi Fiddlers 1991 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records Productions, p1991; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: On cover, photos of performers... Performers include: Elliot Johnson; Wilford Mendoza; Lester Vavages; Mike Francisco; Gerald Leos, Sr.... Lonnie polka -- First choice two-step -- Luz mazurka -- Purple lilies polka -- Big shoes two-step -- Saint Rose of Lima mazurka -- Cababie polka -- Second time in San Xavier two-step -- Cowlic mazurka -- Celeya polka -- Manacho loco two-step -- Tohono special polka --

8SWF 92.5/C.1 Indian humor, Toelken, Barre 1992 March 27 March 27, 1992; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition inventory, "Indian Humor," a talk given by Barre Toelken on March 27, 1992, at the University of Arizona... Introduction by Dr. Larry Evers"...

8SWF 92.13/C.1 More songs of Lalo Guerrero, Guerrero, Lalo 1992 1992; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: In English and Spanish...No Chicanos on T.V. -- To all the girls -- Wake up Chicanos -- Mexican mamas -- Mr. Jackson -- Zoot suit boogie -- Cancion Mexicana -- Nunca jamas -- El tartamudo -- Viejo barrio -- El Chicano -- Muy sabroso blues --

8SWF 92.16/C.1 Frontier fiddler, Kartchner, K.C. 1990 Tucson, AZ., University of Arizona Press, p1990; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Companion to K.C. Kartchner's autobiography, Frontier Fiddler, published by the University of Arizona Press, 1990...Rattlesnake -- Tom and Jerry -- Black Hills waltz -- Bobtailed mule -- Birds in the brook -- Tom Wagner -- Dream of heaven waltz -- Cacklin' hen -- Buckin' dun -- Snowbird in the Ashbank -- Walk along John to Kansas -- Grey Eagle -- Eighth of January -- Flowers of Edinburgh -- Pete Marker waltz -- Waggoner -- Sally Johnson -- Billy in the lowground -- Long ways to Holbrook -- Sweet O'Weaver -- Wednesday waltz -- Leather britches -- The old hen she cackled -- The drunkard's hiccups -- Lost goose -- Pinedale waltz -- Johnny Blevin's tune --

8SWF 92.17/C.1 Corrido de Manuel Pacheco o Presidente tres veces, Fernandez, Celestino 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: On cover,"music by Guillermo Saenz"... Arranged by Guillermo and Raul Saenz... Transcription available in file, 92.17/M-1... In Spanish...

8SWF 92.18/C.1 [Apache song], Wilson, Ruth Longor and Chesley Goseyum Wilson 1991 [1991?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file..."Western Apache songs and music; waterdrum, Apache flute, Apache 1-stringed violin"...

8SWF 92.19/C.1 [Interview with Cathy Giesy], Giesy, Cathy 1992 August 6 August 6, 1992; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Contains interview with Cathy Giesy of Amado regarding the Black Christ of Imuris...

8SWF 92.23/C.1 Recuerdos - Memories, Guerrero, Lalo 1992 Palm Springs, CA., Produced by Dan Guerrero, [p1992?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: On cover, photo of Lalo Guerrero...Dates when songs were written and recorded on cover... Recording compiled to commemorate the October 11, 1992, tribute at McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert, California to Lalo Guerrero... Material was gathered from previous recordings in various formats... Pecadora -- Nunca Jamas -- Cancion Mexicana -- Barrio Viejo -- Do you believe in reincarnation? -- Hey Mabel -- Elvis Perez -- El Guiri Guiri -- La Minifalda de Reynalda -- Los Chucos snaves -- Marihuana boogie -- Vamos a bailar -- Pancho Lopez -- Tacos for two -- Pancho Claus -- There's no tortillas -- La Pollera rota -- Tin marin de do pingue -- El Corrido de Delano -- El Chicano --

8SWF 92.25/C.1 Pure cowboy, Easterbrooke, Jim 1991 Tucson, AZ., Lucky Penny Studios, Produced by J Bar R Productions, p1991; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Photo of Jim Easterbrook on cover...Cover contains biographical information about Jim Easterbrook and notes about the songs and poems... Performers include: Jim Easterbrook; Renate Easterbrook; Bill Ganz... Dream chasin' -- Cowboy Jack Clead (vocal by Renate Easterbrook) -- I ride Ol' Paint -- Chisholm Trail -- The Store -- Desert dove -- When the works all done -- Cattle business -- My rifle, my pony and me (harmony by Renate Easterbrook) -- Twilight on the trail --Tribute to the cowboy --

8SWF 92.26/C.1 Original music tape #1, Guerrero, Mark Anthony 1971-1973 Tucson, AZ., Lucky Penny Studios, Produced by J Bar R Productions, p1991; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From cover, tape contains 16 songs... All songs, words and music by Mark Anthony Guerrero... More information available in acquistions file, 92.26/M-1... Lila, love me tonight -- Dare I touch you, Marylou? -- Lonely -- He's an artist -- Walk on down -- I'm a human -- Allesandro -- I'm Brown -- Rock and Roll Queen -- Wild night at the old rest home -- Brown hair growin' -- Livin' off the land -- Greenback blues -- Don't rain on my parade -- Hang on -- Out in the cold --

8SWF 92.26/C.2 Original music tape #2, Guerrero, Mark Anthony 1972-1985 1972-1985; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From cover, tape includes 19 songs... All songs, words and music by Mark Anthony Guerrero... More information available in acquisitions file, 92.26/M-1... Nobody's satisfied -- Holy Moses -- Rock and Roll circus -- You gotta thank the Black man (for your Rock and Roll) -- Love lotion -- I'll take Rock and Roll (any ol' time) -- On the boulevard -- Zoot suit -- Pre-columbian dream -- Mihijito -- Fernado, El Toro (Lalo Guerrero, vocal) -- Pre-Columbian dream (Herb Alpert) -- Hollywood -- Song and dance man (written with John Valenzuela) -- Rocking horse cowboy -- The Jerk at the end of the bar -- Raceta de amor (Spanish lyric by Lalo Guerrero) -- Face and heart -- Heart music --

8SWF 92.26/C.3 Original music tape #3, Guerrero, Mark Anthony 1988-1992 1988-1992; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From cover, tape contains 17 songs... All words and music by Mark Anthony Guerrero... More information in acqusitions file, 92.26/M-1... On the boulevard -- If I could touch your life -- Latin quarter -- Room for the Latin (in Rock and Roll) -- Whitewash -- The Great mango -- Radio Aztlan -- Orale! -- Amiga -- Jukebox man -- The Quest for love -- Hostage of the heart -- The Ballad of Carlos Almarez -- Days of the Dons -- Mexican moon -- Blood on the sun -- Oh Maria --

8SWF 93.1/C.1 Hecho in Utah (Made in Utah): Latin American music 1992 Salt Lake City, UT., WT Studios, p1992; 1 sound cassette, analog, vol. 1; Hecho en Utah
NOTES: Hecho en Utah is a project of the Utah Folk Arts Program, funded in part by a grant from the Folk Arts Program, National Endowment for the Arts...Tape is one of a series of three cassettes featuring music of Utah residents that relects Spanish heritage...Extensive description on cover regarding musicians and music...21 songs performed in order by Soul Latino, contemporary Latin; Damaris of Columbia; La Clave, music of the Carribbean; Formula Tres, Peruvian creole music; Grupo Nayra, music of the Bolivian Andes; Los Del Sur, music of Argentina and Uruguay; La Familia Arrambide, music of the Peruvian Andes...

8SWF 93.1/C.2 Hecho en Utah (Made in Utah): Mexican music 1992 Salt Lake City, UT., WT Studios, p1992; 1 sound cassette, analog; Hecho en Utah, vol. 2
NOTES: Hecho en Utah is a project of the Utah Folk Arts Program, funded in part by a grant form the Folk Arts Program, National Endowment for the Arts... One of a series of three cassettes featuring music of Utah residents that reflect Spanish heritage... In Spanish... Extensive description on cover regarding musicians and music... Includes 23 selections of rancheros, corridos, and boleros, performed in order by: Mariachi Aguilas de Utah; Gomez Family; Magdalena Chavira; Eunesto Rico; Fuego Tropical; Los Mercanarios...

8SWF 93.1/C.3 Hecho en Utah (Made in Utah): Tex-Mex and New Mexican music 1992 Salt Lake City, UT., WT Studios, p1992; 1 sound cassette, analog; Hecho en Utah, vol.3
NOTES: Hecho en Utah is a project of the Utah Folk ARts Program, funded in part by a grant from the Folk Arts Program, National Endowment for the Arts... One of a series of three cassettes featuring music of Utah residents that reflect Spanish heritage... In Spanish... Extensive description on cover regarding musicians and music... 29 selections are performed in order by Elisa y el Trio Rio Bravo, Tex-Mex music -- Rosina Velasquez de Chavez and Friends, harmonica music of New Mexico -- Vallejos/Herrera Family, songs and dance music of New Mexico -- James Romero y Los Amigos, New Mexican dance music --

8SWF 93.2/C.1 [Performances], Kartcher-Shumway Family 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file: "performances of the Shumway Family with earlier gift of Shumway Family songbook"...

8SWF 93.4/C.1 Yazzie girl, Burch, Sharon 1989 Phoenix, AZ., Canyon Records Productions, Executive producer, Raymond A. Boley, Produced by Sharon Burch and Robert Doyle, p1989; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: On cover, Navajo lyrics and English translations; biographical information and colorized photograph of Sharon Burch by Lorenzo Baca... Navajo translations by Marvin Yellowhair... In Navajo... The Rain song (3:47) -- New Born Blessing (3:09) -- Little one (3:21) -- Grandpa's birthday song (3:43) -- Sacred mountain (3:56) -- The Chant (4:49) -- Mother Earth (2:59) -- For this, I am happy (5:25) -- Yazzie girl (4:29) (assistance on chorus lyrics by Max Newton) --

8SWF 93.10/C.1 The Hanging of Eva Dugan, Craver, Al 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file, "The Hanging of Eva Dugan" by Al Craver, probably a pseudoname for Vernon Dalhart... This is a 1930's commerical country "Hillbilly" ballad about an Arizona event...Seven pages of correspondence concerning the hanging and the song located in file, 93.10/C.1...

8SWF 93.13/C.1 From my being, Lee, Fred Jr. 1991 Cactus Records, A division of HEP Productions, p1991; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From cover, "Dedication: To my lovely wife Ruth, to the beautiful State of Arizona, and to the men and women of Desert Storm who so valiently fought for the freedom of all mankind, which is A NEVER ENDING WAR!"... Beautiful Arizona (1:53) -- The Mogollon (3:39) -- The Canyon so grand (3:14) -- H.H. blues (4:10) -- In the land of the sand (2:00) -- Ruth, which way do we go (2:44) -- R-U-T-H (2:55) -- Fool enough to fall (3:04) -- When Leslie makes that old white fiddle ring (3:27) -- Sunset at Tucson (3:15) --.

8SWF 93.15/C.1 Son de Pascola 1981 1981; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file, "recorded at the 1981 Santa Maria (Summer) Fiesta at the 39th St. Yaqui Chruch, by Juan Rivera... Sold to W.H. Smith, who had a small regional arts store, by Riveria for $5.00"... Barrio Libre -- Son de Pascola --

8SWF 93.18/C.1 Interview with Celestino Fernañdez, Fernañdez, Celestino 1993 June 1 June 1, 1993; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file: "Interview with Celestino Fernañdez concerning his May, 1993, visit to the shrine of Jesús Malverde in Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico"...

8SWF 93.18/C.2 Songs composed by J. Alberto Sepúlveda, Los Halcones de Malverde 1 sound casstee, analog
NOTES: All ten songs composed by J. Alberto Sepúlveda...Performed by Los Halcones de Malverde: Eligio Gonzalez and J. Alberto Sepúlveda...Apostol de Malverde -- Anima de Malverde -- El cheque -- Un Diez de Mayo -- Ya estan cantando los gallos -- La Carroza de Malverde -- Campesino -- El Jaguar -- Paloma azul -- El Cristero --

8SWF 93.24/C.1 Arizona Dance Hands: An evening at Li'l Abner's, Tucson, Arizona, Armstrong, Dean 1993 May May, 1993; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Insert contains information about individual performers and notes about the Arizona Dance Hands group... Performers include: Dean Armstrong; Rosemary Koshmider; Toni Clark; Edsel Smith; Sunny Spenser; and Earl Mock... Fiddle hoedown -- Blue eyes crying in the rain -- Sweet Georgia Brown medley -- Tumbleweeds -- Darktown Strutter Ball -- I can't stop loving you -- Twinkle, Twinkle, little star -- I want you to tell me -- I love you, but I don't want to hurt you -- Clarinet polka -- Mockingbird -- Your cheating heart -- Banjo solo -- T for Texas -- Stumbling -- I was satisfied -- Minnie the Mermaid -- I fall to pieces -- San Antone Rose -- Maiden's prayer -- White lightening -- Storms never last -- Silver dew on the blue grass tonight -- Banjo solo -- Key's in the mailbox -- Little rock get-away -- Soppin' the gravy -- Texas plains -- Just a closer walk with Thee -- Orange Blossom Special -- Yellow Rose of Texas --

8SWF 94.1/C.1 Collection of Sonoran corridos, Los Hermanos Leyva 1975 [1975?]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: On cover, "Recorded in a bar in Sonora"...Recorded by Paco Manzo Taylor around 1975 in La Misa, Sonora (S. of Hermosillo)"... In Spanish... More information available in file, 94.1/M.1... La Persecución de Villa -- Los Indios con Obregon -- Jésus Garcia Corrido -- Corrido de General Obregon -- Battle in Nogales -- La Tumba de Villa (norteño group) -- Corrido de Francisco Madero y Mondregon, assassinations -- La Tumba de Villa -- Death of Villa -- Carabina 30/30 --

8SWF 94.7/C.1 BBC Folk Routes, Gu-Achi Fiddlers 1994 January 23 January 23, 1994; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: From acquisition file: "Audio tape of Gu-Achi Fiddlers on BBC Folk "Routes" program, Sunday, January 23, 1994"...

8SWF 94.9/C.1 The Lonesome cowboy: Songs of the American West, White, John I. 1994 Chatham, N.J., JWI Productions, p1994; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: On cover, photograph of John White and his brothers, Wickenburg, Arizona, 1932... cover contains information about the songs and poems and biographical information about John I. White... Whoopee-ti-yi-yo -- Buffalo skinners -- The Railroad corral -- Great Grandad/Great Grandma -- The Tenderfoot -- When the work's all done this Fall -- The Grass of Uncle Sam -- The Chuck wagon -- The Strawberry roan -- The Zebra dun -- Spanish is the loving tongue -- The Little old sod shanty on the claim -- The Sierry Petes -- Windy Bill -- Bury me out on the prairie -- The Cowboy's dream -- The Cowboy's prayer --

8SWF 94.11/C.1 Interview with Otis Chidester: Garden of Gethsemane, Chidester, Otis 1994 May 5 [May 5, 1994]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Interview with Otis Chidester about the Garden of Gethsemane...

8SWF 94.16/C.1 Summer Youth Art Program Awards, Wakefield Elementary School 1994 [Tucson, Ariz. Summer, 1994]; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Taping of Wakefield Elementary School Summer Youth Art Program Awards... Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri...

8SWF 94.16/C.2 Toni Aguilar, August 10, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

8SWF 94.16/C.3 Rachel Urias Juarez, August 08, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

8SWF 94.16/C.4 Francisca Gutierrez, August 11, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

8SWF 94.16/C.5 Rosalita Ayala, August 7, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

8unlabeled Navajo Songs, 1933; 1940 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Recorded by Laura Boulton in 1933 and 1940. Copyright 1992 by Smithsonian Folkways Recording. Side A includes Yeibichei Song: Talking God’s Story; Yeibichei Song: Calling God’s Song; Yeibichei Song (3); Corn grinding song (3); 6 Sway songs (2). Side B includes Circle Dance Songs; 5 circle dance songs; 4 Moccasin game songs (Ye’’iitsoh song; Counter stick song; the People of Lukachukai; Pinyon Jay song); Moccassin game songs (Wildcat song; Chickadee song; in vocables; Cicada or Locust song; Crow song).

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9SWF 94.16/C.6 Jose Picazo, August 8, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.7 Rita Ramirez, Fidencio Quijada, Ignacio Quijada, August 15, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.8 Luis Maldonado, August 9, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.9 Soledad Orona Marmion, August 9, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.10 Marta Mendivil, August 9, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.11 Josefina Ayala, August 7, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.12 Jesus Alatriz, August 8, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.13 Soledad Orona Marmion, August 9, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.14 William Flores, August 9, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.15 Celia Ochoa, Olivia Ochoa, Maria Elena Armendarez, August 11, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.16 Elvira Gallegos, August 17, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.17 Lupita Rubio, August 17, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.18 Louis Arrebollo, August 16, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.19 Maria del Jesus Robles, August 16, 1994 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.20 Jose Villalpando (tape 1), August 8-9, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.21 Jose Villalpando (tape 2), August 8-9, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.22 Ramona Franco (tape 2), August 8, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.23 Ramona Franco (tape 1), August 8, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.24 Ignacio Fereira Rodriguez, July 23, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.25 Eva Strickle, August 13, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.26 Armando Rodriguez, July 23, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.27 David La Roque, July 28, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.28 Javier Rodriguez, August 04, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.29 Josefina Duarte de Davila, August 10, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.30 Frieda Bornstein de Duarte, August 5, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.31 Henry “Bambi” Gomez, August 11, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.32 Juan Ortiz, August 4, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.33 Estevan Osuna, August 9, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

9SWF 94.16/C.34 Haydie Heredia, August 8, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

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10SWF 94.16/C.35 Joe Hernandez, August 11, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

10SWF 94.16/C.36 Carlos Gonzalez, August 12, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

10SWF 94.16/C.37 Reynaldo Granillo, July 30, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

10SWF 94.16/C.38 Luciano Valencia Figeroa, August 5, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

10SWF 94.16/C.39 Ysidra Peralta, July 31, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

10SWF 94.16/C.40 Juan de la Cruz, August 10, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

10SWF 94.16/C.41 Rosita Pimbres, August 09, 1993 [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Taped by Cynthia L. Vidaurri.

10SWF 95.4/C.1 El Corrido del Indio Victorio, Paz, Daniel "Chato" 1957-1960 [Tucson, Ariz.]; ca. 1957-1960; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Third generation dub... Recorded by James S. Griffith, 1957-1960... Sung by Daniel "Chato" Paz of Tucson, formerly of Silver City, N.M... El Corrido del Indian Victorio --

10SWF 95.6/C.1 Blue Sky Boys: Bill and Earl, Blue Sky Boys Roanoke, Virginia, Copper Creek Records; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Blue Sky Boys: Bill and Earl Bollick... Farm and fun time favorites, vol. 2... Amazing grace -- Alabama -- Two little rose buds -- Hoplight ladies -- The B-I-B-L-E -- Sweetest mother -- I wish I had never seen sunshine -- Just a little talk with Jesus -- Unloved and unclaimed -- East Tennessee blues -- Beautiful -- Will you miss me? -- Nine pound hammer -- The Chapel in the hills -- Lonesome road blues -- Whispering hope -- Take me back to Tennessee -- This evening light -- Going around this world, baby mine -- Short life of trouble -- The Royal telephone -- Old Joe Clark --.

10SWF 95.7/C.1 [Selections], Tucson Festival Society [Tucson, Ariz.]; 1 sound cassette, analog
Abstract: Tucson Festival Society recording. 2 Papago hymns and 4 songs.

10SWF 95.8/C.1; SWF 95.8/C.2; SWF 95.8/C.3 Caborca, Sonora, Mexico; 3 sound cassettes, analog, Mendez, Luis, Guadalupe Bracamonte, and Loreto Murrietta
NOTES: Performed by Luis Mendez, Guadalupe Bracamonte, and Loreto Murrietta... Recorded by David Fuller, Caborca, Sonora, March 1995... Tape 1 is master, Tape 2 and 3 are second generation masters. PARTIAL CONTENTS: Joaquin Murrieta -- El corrido del minero -- Corrido de caborca -- Corrido de caborca #2 -- Corrido de Kiansis -- Corrido del palomino -- El peon caminero -- Corrido de Leon Toral -- Los indios con Obregón -- Corrido de Padre Kino -- Corrido de Jacinto Zenobio -- Corrido de caborca #3 -- Corrido de caborca #4 -- Corrido de trincheras -- Corrido de Sonora [fragment] -- La tumba de un suicida -- Sonora querida.

10SWF 95.9/C.1 Navajo songs 1992 Washington, D.C., Smithsonian/Folkways Recordings, pc1992; 1 cassette, analog
NOTES: Recorded by Laura Boulton in 1933 and 1940 in Navajo settlements in Arizona and New Mexico. Yeibichei song: Talking God's song -- Yeibichei song: Calling God's song -- Yeibichei song -- Corn grinding song -- 6 sway songs -- 4 circle dance songs -- 5 circle dance songs -- 4 moccasin game songs: Ye''iitsoh song, Counter stick song, The People of Lukachukai, Pinyon Jay song -- Moccasion game song: Wildcat song -- Moccasin game song: Chickadee song -- Moccasin game song (in vocables) -- Moccasin game song: Cicada or locust song -- Moccasin game song: Antelope song -- Moccasin game song: Crow song --.

10SWF 95.10/C.1 16 exitos con los inimitables Leones de Durango, Leones de Durango Discos Halcon; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: 16 exitos con los inimitables Leones de Durango... De buena gana caminos de Michoacan -- Con las estrellas -- Mi cresencia -- La Cajita de oro -- Clavel de primavera -- El Verde pinito -- Dos mares de lagrimas -- Caminos de Michoacan -- Mananitas a Jesus Malverde (Gildo Garcia G.) -- Palabra de hombre -- Corrido a Ceferino Ojeda (Jose Mileon) -- Flor de capomo -- La Tumba sera el final -- Corrido a Jesus Malverde (Gildo Garcia G.) -- El Prieto crispin -- Estrella divina -- De buena gana --.

10SWF 95.10/C.2 Los Tiempos, Los Astros del Norte de Roman Benitez 1995 Sinaloa, Mex., Produced by YAEL, 1995; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Los tiempos -- No volvere -- Recibi un aviso -- El contrabando de Juarez -- Eres mala -- El padrino de Culiacan -- Mujer ladina -- El narco licenciado -- Morena Morenita -- La Divinagarza --.

10SWF 95.21/C.1 Special Collaborations, Jim Smith and Friends 1986 Jim Smith, c1986; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES: Performed by Scott Hetherington, Patrick Dugan, Tim Arroway, Susie Rough, Edward Creason, Patricia Merrell, Bleu Wilson, Sal Biondollo,Jr., Michael Martinovich, Rusty Atherton, Rob Binion,Jr., Walter Caldwell... Lyrics by Jim Smith... Start writing the epitaphs (performed by Hetherington) -- Rip-up in Red Rock (Dugan) -- Herald of the heavens (Arroway) -- Like the eagle (Rough) -- Nobody cryin' (Dugan) -- Who caused the tragedy (Creason) -- The last war (Merrell) -- Legend of Chuck Jason (Wilson) -- Passion for power (Biondollo,Jr.) -- What-the-hell blues (Martinovich) -- Tucson (Atherton) -- Shoot out in Old Tucson (Creason) -- Rodeo rider (Binion,Jr.) -San Xavier del Bac I (Wilson) -- San Xavier del Bac II (Caldwell) --

10SWF 95.21/C.2 Around Arizona, Jim Smith and Friends 1987 Jim Smith, c1987; 1 sound cassette, analog
NOTES:Performed by Cliff Collins, Scott Hetherington, Rusty Atherton, Ed Creason, Travis Edmonson, Rob Binion, Pat Dugan, Skip Wayne, Chris Cook, Larry Eby, Susie Rough, Freda Stevens, Cathy Eby... Arizona waltz (Collins) -- Phoenix-desert rose (Hetherington) -- Palo Verde - safe and sturdy (Hetherington) -- Tucson (Atherton) -- Shoot out in old Tucson (Creason) -- La vaquilla Colorado (Edmonson) -- Little Joe the wrangler (Edmonson) -- Rodeo rider (Binion) -- Rip-up in Red Rock (Dugan) -- A far far cry from home (Wayne) -- Had to go (Cook) -- Life (L.Eby) -- Start writing the epitaphs (Hetherington) -- They say she died (Hetherington) -- Try to live (Hetherington) -- Like the eagle (Rough) -- Something solid (Stevens) -- From Santa with love (C. Eby)

10SWF 95.25/C.1 Orquesta Tipica de Sonora: Instituto Sonorense de Cultura, Orquesta Tipica de Sonora 1990 Hermosillo, Sonora, Instituto Sonorense de Cultura, 1990; 1 cassette, analog
NOTES:Cassette cover explains the reason for the orquestra and what the music teaches (in spanish)... Performed by Orquesta Tipica de Sonora... Performers inculde: Rafael Alvarez, Contrabajo; José Tánor, violonchelo; Fernando Palma, violonchelo; Pedro Ramos, violin; Mario Alberto López, flauta; Rogelio de León, clarinete; Jorge Noé Zupo, trompeta; Horacio Lagarda Burgos, trombón... El Guaymense -- Rosas de la tarde -- Angelina -- El costeño -- Viva Morelia --La pilareña -- Mi desgracia -- Mujeres al hilo -- La chi...no...na -- Lila y Dalias -- La ley del tigre.

10SWF 97.19/C.1 Ten great New Mexican fiddlers 1980-1995
“Field recordings of New Mexican Hispanic fiddlers, 1980-1995, collected by Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler, P.O. Box 4296, Albuquerque, NM 87196-4296”--Liner notes. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.2 Recording of a visit with Elliott Johnson, Dec. 17, 1990, Santa Rosa, Ariz. [tape 1], Elliott Johnson, Lester Vavages, Ken Keppeler, Jeanie McLerie 1990 December 17
CONTENTS: [side A] Santa Rosa processional -- Squash fields -- Cuadrilla -- Big white tortilla -- Santa Rosa processional -- Sonora church two-step -- Pecosita/Juan Charrusqueado -- Waltz in two keys -- Memories in Ajo -- Chotis -- [side B] Pinto beans -- Madzuka [sic] -- Blackie’s -- Dawn chotis [?] -- Libby bird song -- Julia -- Moonlight -- Chotis -- El Quelite -- Mazurka. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.3 Recording of a visit with Elliott Johnson, Dec. 17, 1990, Santa Rosa, Ariz. [tape 2], Elliott Johnson, Lester Vavages, Ken Keppeler, Jeanie McLerie, Cleofas Ortiz 1990 December 17
CONTENTS: [side A] Caballito blanco (Cleofas Ortiz’s version) -- Caballito (Elliott Johnson’s version) -- Sopilote Matado -- Mazurka -- Mexican waltz (Guadalupe tune) -- Ali Oidak -- 2nd time San Xavier -- Peanut shoes -- 2 time waltz in A -- Mariachi Loco -- 2 ton polka (from Cleofas Ortiz) -- Polka Montana -- [side B] [Discussion] -- Chotis -- Polka -- Polka miercoles (Cleofas Ortiz) -- Home sweet home -- Cajun version of Home sweet home -- ending tune -- [Additional material from another tape]. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.4 Elliott's Easter fiesta, Mar. 30-31, 1991, Elliott Johnson [et al.] 1991 March 30-31
CONTENTS: [side A] Cababi two-step -- Big white tortilla -- La capsula -- Curuque Chotis -- Processional -- Two-time waltz -- Blackie’s Polka -- Two ton polka -- Memories in Ajo -- Squash fields -- Sonora church -- Cuadrilla -- Elliott Johnson’s Caballito blanco -- [side B] Oak dale waltz -- Pecosita/Juan charrasqueado -- El ciego melquiades tune -- Libby bird song -- Gu-Achi mazurka -- Polka de Raffo -- Raffers reel -- Old California waltz -- Rainbow chotis -- Home sweet home. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.5 Henry Johnson's memorial in Cababi, Ariz., May 26, 1991, Elliott Johnson, Ken Keppeler, Jeanie McLerie, Linda Askew, Scotty Mathis 1991 May 26
CONTENTS: [side A] Moonlight chotis -- [?] -- Elliott Johnson’s caballito blanco -- Santa Rosa processional -- Octave chotis -- Pinto beans -- Perrodan two-step -- Valse de Escoba -- Two ton polka (Cleofas Ortiz)-- Two-time waltz -- [?] -- Cuadrilla de Pecos -- Italian tune -- Meringue -- Nellie’s morning bounce -- Cowboy waltz -- [side B] Happy one-step -- Johnny can’t dance -- Rabbit song -- Tecolote -- Libby bird song -- Mary Johnson’s -- Valse de Escobar (Henry) -- Moonlight chotis. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.6 Interview with Elliott Johnson, Oct. 19, 1991, in Cababi, Ariz. [tape 1], Elliott Johnson 1991 October 19
CONTENTS: [side A] It’s in there chotis -- Second time in San Xavier -- Cababi Polka -- Peanut shoes -- First choice -- Mary Johnson’s chotis -- Big shoes -- Santa Rosa processional -- St. Rose of Lima -- Two time waltz in A -- Moonlight chotis -- Squash fields -- Sonora church two-step -- [side B] Sonora church two-step (continued) -- Port Townsend quadrilla -- Libby bird song mazurka -- Blackie’s polka -- Great big white tortilla -- Pinto beans -- La capilla -- Caballito blanco -- Mazurka -- Mazurka harmony with Elliott -- March of the red shoes. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.7 Interview with Elliott Johnson, Oct. 19, 1991, in Cababi, Ariz. [tape 2], Elliott Johnson 1991 October 19
CONTENTS: [side A] Polka [?] -- Cisco band tune -- [?] -- [?] -- Mary Johnson’s chotis -- First choice -- [side B] Elliott Johnson discusses learning music and oral tradition. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.8 Elliott Johnson in Cababi, Ariz., Dec. 19, 1991 [tape 1], Elliott Johnson, Ken Keppeler, Jeanie McLerie, Ira Gwin 1991 December 19
CONTENTS: [side A] Cuadrilla -- Second time in San Xavier -- Mary Johnson’s -- Henry’s waltz -- Big shoes -- First choice -- Blackie’s -- Moonlight -- Big white tortilla -- Perrodan two-step -- [side B] Peanut shoes -- Mazurka -- St. Rose of Lima -- Rosita -- Tecolote -- Mary Johnson’s -- Caballito blanco -- Two-ton polka -- Two-time waltz in A -- Libby bird song -- Sonora church. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.9 Elliott Johnson in Cababi, Ariz., Dec. 19, 1991 [tape 2], Elliott Johnson, Ken Keppeler, Jeanie McLerie, Ira Gwin 1991 December 19
CONTENTS: [side A] Cuadrilla -- Second time in San Xavier -- Mary Johnson’s -- Henry’s waltz -- Big shoes -- First choice -- Blackie’s -- Moonlight -- Big white tortilla -- Perrodan two-step -- [side B] Peanut shoes -- Mazurka -- St. Rose of Lima -- Rosita -- Tecolote -- Mary Johnson’s -- Caballito blanco -- Two-ton polka -- Two-time waltz in A -- Libby bird song -- Sonora church. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.10 Elliott Johnson in Cababi, Ariz., Dec. 19, 1991 [tape 3], Elliott Johnson, Ken Keppeler, Jeanie McLerie, Ira Gwin 1991 December 19
CONTENTS: [side A] Polka [?] -- La cuna Vicente Aragon -- Red fox waltz -- Dawn chotis Dawn chotis -- Rosalle [?] de bon matin -- La bastrangue -- Valse de Soulard -- [side B] La cuna (Cleofas Ortiz) -- [Other cuna (Cleofas Ortiz)] -- Mi suegra (aprieta mis botas?) -- Camino al norte -- Cuadrilla de Pecos -- Mary Johnson’s Squash fields -- Home sweet home. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.11 Elliott's band at Fred's Steak House, May 29-31, 1992 [tape 1], Elliott Johnson [et al.] 1992 May 29-31
CONTENTS: [side A] Flor Marchita -- Buenos Dias Paloma Blanca -- De Colores -- Sonora Church [?] -- [?] -- [?] -- [?] -- Libby Bord Song Mazurka -- Squash Fields -- Santa Rosa Processional -- Hohokam -- St. Rose of Lima -- Mary Johnson's -- Memories in Ajo -- Julia -- [side B] Hoodoo Boogie -- Eliott talking -- Marla Chotis -- St. Rose of Lima -- Ajo Orchestra Tune -- Big Shoes -- 2nd Time in San Xavier -- Meringue -- Corrido de Monterrey -- Polka in 2 keys -- La Capsula -- Squash Fields -- Pinto Beans -- Lonnie Polka -- Purple Lillies -- Hohokam -- Blackie's -- Mary Johnson's -- Peanut Shoes -- 1st Choice -- 2nd Time in San Xavier (with Ken K., Jeanie McL., Scott M, Lindo A, Jacquie Wohl, Craig Tinney, Paul Rangell, Sally Arbink [?]) Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.12 Elliott's band at Fred's Steak House, May 29-31, 1992 [tape 2], Elliott Johnson [et al.] 1992 May 29-31
CONTENTS: [side A] Maria Chotis -- St. Rose of Lima -- 40's tune from Ajo Orchestra -- Big Shoes -- Dawn -- 2nd Time in San Xavier -- ? tune in 3 keys -- Meringue -- [side B] Meringue -- Corrido de Monterrey -- Polka in 2 keys -- La Capsula -- Squash Fields -- Purple Lillies -- Mary Johnson's Chotis -- Curlique (Peanut Shoes) -- 1st Choice. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.13 Elliott Johnson in Cababi, Ariz., Sept. 25-26, 1992 [tape 1], Elliott Johnson, Ken Keppeler, Jeanie McLerie, Scott Mathis, Linda Askew, Emily Abbink, Rose Hutchinson, Jerry Loes 1992 September 25-26
CONTENTS: [side A] Tune with Paul -- Henry's Waltz -- Big White Tortilla -- Cuadrilla -- Santa Rosa Processional -- Love Bride Waltz -- Texas -- Angel Matteas Tune -- Paul Whitesox -- [side B] Waltz - La Palma -- Polka Luz -- Magnolia -- Flor de Canela -- Haitien Tune -- Dawn -- Linda's Waltz Linda -- Libby Bird Song -- 2 time waltz in A -- Meringue. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.14 Elliott Johnson in Cababi, Ariz., Sept. 25-26, 1992 [tape 2], Elliott Johnson, Ken Keppeler, Jeanie McLerie, Scott Mathis, Linda Askew, Emily Abbink, Rose Hutchinson, Jerry Loes 1992 September 25-26
CONTENTS: [side A] Saint Rose of Lima -- Purple Lillies -- Big Shoes -- Blackie's -- Squash Fields -- 1st Choice [side B] Lonnie's -- Wild Rose of the mountain -- Italian Waltz -- Caballito Blanco -- Spreante Perdute [sic] -- Moonlight Chotis -- Sonora Church 2 step. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

10SWF 97.19/C.15 Elliott Johnson in Santa Rosa, Ariz., Dec. 17, 1992 [tape 1], Elliott Johnson [et al.?] 1992 December 17
CONTENTS: [side A] Paul's White Sox -- Biscuit Cheeks -- Lonnie's -- 2 time Waltz -- Corrido de Monterrey -- 2nd Time in San Xavier -- Doodlings -- 1st Choice -- Doodlings -- -- SIDE B -- Big White Tortilla -- Flop Eared Chotis -- From Alex Gomes -- [?] chotis -- F chotis -- Cuadrilla in 2 keys -- Mary Johnson's -- Kotis [sic] -- Card by ganglat [!?] -- Wild Rose of the Mountain -- Texas -- Henry's Waltz. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

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11SWF 97.19/C.16 Elliott Johnson in Santa Rosa, Ariz., Dec. 17, 1992 [tape 2], Elliott Johnson [et al.?] 1992 December 17
CONTENTS: [side A] Swedish Walking Tune -- Chicken Reel -- St. Rose of Lima -- Purple Lillies -- Valse a Reed -- Squash Fields -- Minor Tease -- Santa Rosalia -- Caballito Blanco -- Dm. Cuadrilla -- Cuadrilla de Pecos -- A-E Jig -- [side B] -- Perrodan 2-step -- Blackie's -- Elliott Hambo -- Pascola Tune -- Montañeses de Alamo tune -- Moonlight -- Maria's. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

11SWF 97.19/C.17 Radio France performance of Elliott Johnson's music, July 22, 1995, Ken Keppeler, Jeanie McLerie, Linda Askew, Scott Mathis 1995 July 22
Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

11SWF 97.19/C.18 Memories in Cababi (c1995, UBIK Sound #UB27), Bayou Eclectico [i.e., Bayou Seco] 1995
CONTENTS: [side 1]Cuadrilla -- Biscuit cheeks -- Big shoes -- Caballito blanco -- Squash fields -- Cababi polka/Hohokam polka -- Sonora church two-step -- [side 2] First choice -- Great big white tortillas -- Dawn/High note -- Pinto beans -- Mary Johnson’s/Blackie’s -- Peanut shoes -- Memories in Ajo. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

11SWF 97.19/C.19 Memories in Cababi (c1995, UBIK Sound #UB27), Bayou Eclectico [i.e., Bayou Seco] 1995
Duplicate of SWF 97.19/C.18 CONTENTS: [side 1]Cuadrilla -- Biscuit cheeks -- Big shoes -- Caballito blanco -- Squash fields -- Cababi polka/Hohokam polka -- Sonora church two-step -- [side 2] First choice -- Great big white tortillas -- Dawn/High note -- Pinto beans -- Mary Johnson’s/Blackie’s -- Peanut shoes -- Memories in Ajo. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

11SWF 97.19/C.20 Following in the tuneprints (c1995, UBIK Sound #UB25), Bayou Seco 1995
CONTENTS: [side 1] Valse a Mexico/Old fashioned two-step -- Un soir -- Same old moon -- First choice/Two-step -- Rio Frio medley -- Palomita que vienes herida/Goosen -- Flor de las flores -- Polka Malibuski -- Lonesome cowgirl’s blues -- [side 2] Caballo bronco/La favorita -- Valse a Ballot -- La Vaquera/Valse a vachers -- Elliott’s special -- Mary Johnson’s chotis/Blackie’s polka -- Fleurs de la jeunesse -- Canray’s Copenhagen -- Mad cowboy love. Source: Jeanie McLerie and Ken Keppeler

11SWF 97.19/C.20 Lalo Guerrero canta musica romantica, Lalo Guerrero
CONTENTS: [side 1] Valse a Mexico/Old fashioned two-step -- Un soir -- Same old moon -- First choice/Two-step -- Rio Frio medley -- Palomita que vienes herida/Goosen -- Flor de las flores -- Polka Malibuski -- Lonesome cowgirl’s blues -- [side 2] Caballo bronco/La favorita -- Valse a Ballot -- La Vaquera/Valse a vachers -- Elliott’s special -- Mary Johnson’s chotis/Blackie’s polka -- Fleurs de la jeunesse -- Canray’s Copenhagen -- Mad cowboy love. Source: Lalo Guerrero

11SWF 97.21/C.1 Lalo Guerrero canta musica romantica, Lalo Guerrero
CONTENTS: [side A] Florecita -- Despierta Corazón -- Soñando Esperaré -- Enamorado -- Separación -- La Canción de los Dos -- Aquella Vez -- El Aventurero -- No Llores -- Así te Quiero Ver -- En Ti -- Flor Deshojada -- Tu Vendrás a Buscarme -- Si no Vuelves -- Prisionero -- Milliones de Mujeres -- No te Aflijes Morena -- Dos Almas y un Corazón -- Vengo a Pedirte -- [side B] Hipocrita -- El Desaventurado -- Eso Quisimos -- Convencete -- Ya no Puedo Quererte -- Quien Será mi Rival -- Sufre como Sufre -- Mia -- Acuérdate de Mi -- Yo Sé que es Imposible -- Llorar -- Llegaste Tarde -- El Alacrán -- La Media Naranja -- Cosita Linda. Source: Lalo Guerrero

11SWF 97.21/C.2 Lalo Guerrero canta tropical 60's, Lalo Guerrero
CONTENTS: [side A] -- Manzanita -- Mambo Mambo -- Mambito -- Mambo Guajiro -- Mambo Numero Zero -- Para Para la Rumba -- Montuno -- Contestación a la Casa -- Mentira -- Flor Deshojada -- Pecadora -- El Aventurero -- No Me Vuelvo a Enamorar -- Soñando Esperaré -- Sufre Como Sufro -- En Ti -- Vuelvame a Besar -- Quien Será mi Rival -- Así te quiero Ver -- Se Llama Lupe -- Elena -- Yo Soy el Bato -- El Hombre Gordo -- Se Fué y me Dejó. Source: Lalo Guerrero

11SWF 97.21/C.3 Lalo Guerrero: Spanish versions of pop tunes, Lalo Guerrero
CONTENTS: [side A] Así Como el Sol -- Un Amor -- Tennessee Waltz -- Si Yo Fuera Rey -- Llora el Corazón -- Si Dejarás que te Amara -- Sé Mi Amor -- Llorar -- Llegaste Tarde -- El Bolerito de la Main -- [side B] Rag Mop -- La Cosa -- La Tamalada -- Tiro de Mulas -- Nel Blue de Pinto de Blue -- Chicas Patas Boogie -- Vamos a Bailar -- Los Chucos Suaves -- Marihuana Boogie -- Muy Sabroso Blues. Source:Lalo Guerrero

SWF 97.21/C.4Lalo Guerrero: rancheras from the 50's and 60's, Lalo Guerrero
CONTENTS: [side A] La Burrita -- La Mula Bronca -- Tiro de Mulas -- El Barzon -- Tenochtitlan -- El Sonorense -- Tu Solo Tu -- Prieta Linda -- Malagradecida -- La Borrachona -- El Quemado -- Dinero Robado -- El Lavadero -- Mi Gusto Es -- [side B] Corazón Burlado -- Se Llama Lupe -- Ya No Puedo Querarte -- Cantineando -- Pobre Corazón -- Malagradecida -- Tonto Corazón -- Ya Volvió el Soldado Razo -- Cananea -- Ella -- Ella y Yo -- Tu Injusticia -- Por Eso Me Vez Borracho -- La Que se Fué. Source: Lalo Guerrero

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11SWF 97.21/C.5 Lalo Guerrero: more rancheras from the 40's, 50's and 60's, Lalo Guerrero
CONTENTS: [side A] Dime corazon -- Canasta Uruguaya -- De nada me valió -- No -- Siempre, siempre -- Canta corazon Copa tras copa -- La culebra pollera -- Noches de angustia -- Nube gris -- El cochinito -- La flota de los burrachos -- La novia perdida -- Corzaon, corazon -- Porque presumes -- Ni tu ni yo -- [side B] Mi guerita -- Me pagas mal -- Pobrecita -- Nomas por ti -- Corazon burlado -- Se llama Lupe -- Elena -- Yo soy el bato. Source: Lalo Guerrero

11SWF 97.21/C.6 Trio Imperial de Lalo Guerrero, Trio Imperial
CONTENTS: [side A] Balaju -- Mi ranchito -- El caiman -- Mi pueblo natal -- La mancornadora -- La pachuquilla -- El pachuco -- Juan Charrasqueado -- El hijo de Juan Charrasqueado -- El presidiario 13 -- Siempre traes a tu mama -- Pa luego es tarde -- Y nada pasó -- El trenecito -- Los dos carnales -- Mujeres de los 40’s -- El lavaplatos -- [side B] El pachuco y el Tarzan -- Maldita suerte -- Las comadres -- Las mujeres -- La vida del soltero -- T’en cuidado -- El bracero -- La boda de los pachucos -- Mi burrito -- El tirilongo -- Mi guerita -- Chicana -- Me lleva el tren -- El conquistador. Source: Lalo Guerrero

11SWF 97.21/C.7 Lalo Guerrero with the Mariachi Colonial, Lalo Guerrero
CONTENTS: [Side 1] Battle cry of the Chicano -- [side 2] Himno chicano. Source: Lalo Guerrero

11SWF 97.22/C.1 Experimental Music Instruments 10:3 (March 1995), Chesley Goseyun Wilson 1995 March
Cassette tape to accompany Experimental Music Instruments 10:3 (March 1995) [includes performance on the "Apache violin" by Chesley Goseyun Wilson]. Source: Chesley Goseyun Wilson and Ruth Longcor-Harnisch Wilson

11SWF 97.23/C.1 Un corrido del chupacabras, Tracy Duvall
Corrido written and performed by Tracy Duvall. Source: Tracy Duvall

11SWF 97.25/C.1 El chupa cabras, Los Brillantes del Norte
Cassette tape of the first song on the “El chupa cabras” CD by Los Brillantes del Norte (Alacrán ARCD-1064). Source: James S. Griffith

11SWF 97.26/C.1 [pt. 1], SWF 97.26/C.2 [pt. 2] Corridos y tragedias del la frontera, part 1-2 (Arhoolie/Folklyric C-7019-7020)
Source: James S. Griffith

11SWF 97.30/C.1 Early classic recordings, 1950-1955, Lalo Guerrero 1950-1955
CONTENTS: [side A] Manzanita -- Mambo mambó -- La Cosa (la continuación) -- Mambito -- Mambo Guajiro -- Para para la rumba -- No me vuelvo a enamorar -- Soñando esperaré -- Florecita -- Llorar -- Llegaste tarde -- [side B] Chicas patas boogie -- Muy sabroso blues -- El bolerito de la main -- La tamalada -- Se fue y me dejó -- La burrita -- Tiro de mulas -- La mula branca -- El sonorense -- El burrito. Source: Lalo Guerrero

11SWF 97.30/C.2 Papa's dream by Los Lobos and Lalo Guerrero (Music for Little People 9 42562-4), Los Lobos with Lalo Guerrero
CONTENTS: [side A] La bamba -- Wooly Bully -- Buzz, buzz, buzz -- Route 90 -- Corrido for Papa Lalo -- La Bicicleta -- Cielito lindo -- [side B] La Mañanita alegre -- El pato -- De colores -- La Mañanitas tapatias -- La piñata -- La, la, la -- La bamba -- Wooly bully banda (reprise). Source: Lalo Guerrero

11SWF 97.33/C.1 Borderlands: from conjunto to chicken scratch: music from the Rio Grande valley of Texas and Southern Arizona
CONTENTS: [side A] La cuquita -- Gregorio Cortez -- Aunque me odies -- Un rato no más -- Un adobe y cuatro velas -- Mi unico camino -- Angel de mis anhelos -- Corrido de Gerardo Gonzáles -- El saino de Donna, Texas -- Dados cargados -- [side B] Caso perdido -- La calle flores -- Quedate -- San Javielpo Chu’kuy Kawi -- Ali oidak polka -- Old Man Rooster -- Madre mia chote -- Uwaldina y Juan Gonzales. Source: Washington, D.C., Smithsonian/Folkways Recordings (SF 40418)

1197.38/C.1 Interview with Yefim Levitskiy conducted by Florence Aronson, 4/5/97, Yefim Levitskiy; Florence Aronson 1997 April 5
Taped interview intended to accompany her paper for ENG 248B, Spring 1997 (97.38/M.1). Source: Florence Aronson

1197.38/C.2 Interview with Tsyiya Levitskaya and Rita Levitskaya conducted by Florence Aronson, 4/13/97, Tsyiya Levitskaya; Rita Levitskaya; Florence Aronson 1997 April 13
Taped interview intended to accompany her paper for ENG 248B, Spring 1997 (97.38/M.1). Source: Florence Aronson

1197.38/C.3 Interview with Nellya Sare conducted by Florence Aronson, 4/18/97, Nellya Sare; Florence Aronson 1997 April 18
Taped interview intended to accompany her paper for ENG 248B, Spring 1997 (97.38/M.1). Source: Florence Aronson

1197.38/C.4 Interview with Yelena Levitskaya conducted by Florence Aronson, 4/27/97, Yelena Levitskaya; Florence Aronson 1997 April 27
Taped interview intended to accompany her paper for ENG 248B, Spring 1997 (97.38/M.1). Source: Florence Aronson

1197.47/C.1 Corrido de Manuel Pacheco; Despedida al Presidente Pacheco, Celestino Fernández, Guillermo Sáenz
Two corridos written by Celestino Fernández, music by Guillermo Sáenz, for Manuel Pacheco, University of Arizona president, 1991-1997. Source: University of Arizona Library Special Collections

1197.51/C.1 There is a time, Kibbey Family 1 sound cassette, stereo
Cassette donated by the Kibbey Family of Tucson, Arizona; bluegrass and bluegrass gospel performing group; children and grandchildren of banjo and guitar player Coy Kibbey “who has a Friday evening jam session in Catalina” [JSG note].Contents: Side A: I’ll be with you -- I believe in the old time way -- There is a time -- Over in the Gloryland -- Dark Hollow -- Shuckin’ the corn -- Side B: Tell them about Jesus -- Live beyond the grave -- Ashokan farewell -- Judgment day -- House of gold -- Old Joe Clark. Source: The Kibbey Family

1197.52/C.1 La Llorona, Christopher Rodarte
Cassette of music for film entitled La Llorona: a ghost story, written by Christopher Rodarte; performed by Tish Hinojosa, Mariachi Trio Tariacuri; Nelson Martinez con Mariachi Campanas de America. All songs repeat once. Source: Christopher Rodarte

1197.64/C.1 “Pulse of the Planet” radio broadcasts, James S. Griffith 1 sound cassette, stereo
Cassette tape of four short (ca. 3 1/2 minutes) radio broadcasts produced by “Pulse of the Planet” for the American Museum of Natural History. The programs are narrated by James S. Griffith and deal with the Fiesta de San Francisco in Magdalena, Sonora. Source: James S. Griffith

1197.65/C.1 Corridos de Sonora, Sept. 27, 1990, Antonio Federico [et al.] 1990 September 27 1 digital audio tape, stereo
Recorded music session featuring musicians: Antonio Federico, Frank Moreno, Paul Romero, Alfonso Molina. Also Richard Morales and James S. Griffith. Session recorded by Jack Loeffler, Santa Fe, N.M. This cassette is the master for 97.65/C.2. CONTENTS: Rafaelita (corrido) -- José Lizardo (corrido) -- La Yegua Colorada (corrido) -- El General Santa Cruz (corrido) -- Valente Quintero (corrido) -- [polka] -- De Colores -- Cristo Rey -- Viva Sequin -- [polka]. Source: James S. Griffith

1197.65/C.2 Corridos de Sonora, Sept. 27, 1990, Antonio Federico [et al.] 1990 September 27 1 sound cassette, analog, stereo
Recorded music session featuring musicians: Antonio Federico, Frank Moreno, Paul Romero, Alfonso Molina. Also Richard Morales and James S. Griffith. Session recorded by Jack Loeffler, Santa Fe, N.M. This cassette is the working copy of 97.65/C.1. CONTENTS: Rafaelita (corrido) -- José Lizardo (corrido) -- La Yegua Colorada (corrido) -- El General Santa Cruz (corrido) -- Valente Quintero (corrido) -- [polka] -- De Colores -- Cristo Rey -- Viva Sequin -- [polka]. Source: James S. Griffith

1197.66/C.1 Rancheritos del Sur, Rancheritos del Sur 1 sound cassette, analog, stereo
CONTENTS: Side A: El tunel de Aguaprieta -- Solo unos puños de tierra -- De una vez por todas -- Yo tambien soy de huaraches -- Vacas de a kilo -- La blazer blindada -- Roberto Tapia -- Un indio quiere Llorar -- Side B: El padre y el hijo -- El mafioso mojado (written by Leonardo Yañez) -- Que caro salio quintero -- Por los caminos del norte -- Los hermanos Castillo -- Decepciones y placeres -- Tu te lo buscaste/La sorpresa. Source: Circulo Musical CCM 4006

1197.66/C.2 Corridos famosos 1 sound cassette, analog, stereo
CONTENTS: Side A: Luz Elia de Chihuahua -- El Zorro Garcia -- Un preso mas -- Un mal padre -- La muerte de un asesino -- El rey de Sinaloa -- Dario Ibarra -- Dos hacendados -- Side B: El nuevo Jinete -- El contrabande de Juarez -- El puma -- Buscando venganza -- La traicion de Lupita -- Contrabande de Sonora -- El as y el grano de oro. Source: Joey International 9020

1197.66/C.3 Todos los corridos del 1991: los mejores artistas norteños, v. 3 1991 1 sound cassette, analog, stereo
CONTENTS: Side A: Tragedia de Killeen / Region Norteña -- Corrido del muñeco / Los Rieleros del Norte -- El tunel de Agua Prieta / Los Jilgueros del Arroyo -- Tres muertes de Valerio / Los Bebeldes del Bravo -- Doble Traicion / Los Gatilleros de Durango -- Contrabando y dolor / Los Braveros de Peñas -- Side B: Contrabando en la frontera / Los Rieleros del Norte -- Onesimo aranda / Los Jilgueros del Norte -- El chuma / Los Astros de China -- Tragedia de Nicanor / Los Palmeros de San Carlos -- El corralon del paso / Los Sheriffes del Norte -- La muerte de Susana / Region Norteña. Source: Joey International JGS-9024

1197.66/C.4 15 corridos famosos / con Los Rangers, Rangers 1 sound cassette, analog, stereo
CONTENTS: Side A: Cirilo reyes “El Cuervo” -- Traiciones politicas -- Los valientes de Sonora -- Juan Bedoya -- La camioneta gris -- Jacinto Treviño -- El gato -- Corrido de Chuy Menendez -- Side B: El guaraque -- Las tres mujeres -- Los tres amarradores -- La carga blanca -- El mano negra -- La tragedia de las pilas -- El cañon Johnson. Source: [Los Rangers] RAN 002.

1197.66/C.5 20 corridos famosos / con los mejores grupos de Sonora, v. 2. 1 sound cassette, analog, stereo
CONTENTS: Side A: Pancho Lopez / Grupo Los Lujman -- Elpidio Pazos / La Proyección Musical -- Juan Ramos / Dueto Sensación -- Modesta ayala / Los Rangers -- Corrido de Don Simon Perez / Dueto Sensación -- Corrido de Octavio Norzagaray / Los Principes del Norte -- El profugo de Sonora / Los 5 Texanos -- Los valientes de Sonora / Los Rangers -- La tragedia de Ures / Grupo Los Lujman -- Corrido de la guarilama / Raices de Sangre -- Side B: El cométa y el potrillo / Los Rangers -- El grullo y el saino / Grupo Los Lujman -- La cabra y el hechichero / Los Originarios de Sonora -- Corrido de “El fariseo” / Grupo Los Lujman -- Corrido de custodio / El güero León con Banda --Corrido de “El Alambrado” / Sonora Band -- Corrido de “El criminal” / Proyección Musical -- Corrido de “Los 9 valientes” / Los 5 Texanos -- Canto a Sonora / Nacho Beltrán con Banda -- “Canto a la paz” (Puerto de ilusion) / Los Rangers . Source: Arriola [no number].

1197.67/C.1 Early Classic Recordings, 1950-1955, Lalo Guerrero. 1 sound cassette, analog
Privately produced cassette “compiled by Mark Guerrero.”

1197.68/C.1-C.2 Global Rhythm Radio, 8/14/97, Lalo Guerrero : an evening of conversation, memories and live performance with the father of Chicano music, Lalo Guerrero. 1997 August 14 2 sound cassettes, analog
Tape recording of radio transmission on 8/14/97, on KXCI 91.3 FM, Tucson, Arizona.

1198.12/C.1 Tune learning tape, Southern Arizona Old Time Fiddlers Association 1 sound cassette, analog, 1 7/8 ips
Contains tunes for learning songs. Each song is performed once slow, and once at normal speed. Source: James S. Griffith.

1198.13/C.1 Song about Magdalena de Kino, Sonora, Jorge Olvera [source]; Trio Coral 1 sound cassette, analog, 1 7/8 ips
Song obtained by Jorge Olvera of Mexico City, performed by Trio Coral. Griffith states that it could be considered a corrido, but it is atypical. This version taped for Griffith by Olvera, possibly from a commercial recording. Source: James S. Griffith.

1198.14/C.1 Cowboy memories from Mayer, Marvin Bennet and Ray Gardner 1991 November 27 1 sound cassette, analog, 1 7/8 ips
Recorded before a live audience November 27, 1991, at the Wishbone Restaurant, Mayer, Arizona. Accession sheet (SWF 009, 98.14/M.1) lists contents. Source: James S. Griffith.

1198.15/C.1-C.5 Arizona Sonora corrido project recordings, James S. Griffith and Jack Loeffler 4 sound cassettes, analog, 1 7/8 ips; 1 sound cassette, digital (DAT)
Playlists and description of recording sessions recorded on four cassette copies, of recordings intended for the Arizona Sonora corrido project "to be issued by Smithsonian Folkways and cosponsored by the SWFC." Session logs on two typed pages are at SWF 009, 98.15/M.1. Source: James S. Griffith.

1198.17/C.1 The way we play it, Busted Cowboy Band 1 sound cassette, analog, 1 7/8 ips
Commercial cassette of recordings by the Busted Cowboy Band. Source: James S. Griffith.

1199.2/C.1 In Loving Memory of Mrs. Rosie Johnson - Southside Presbyterian Church Choir - Tucson, Arizona, Vol II, Southside Presbyterian Church Choir - Tucson, Arizona. 1 sound cassette, analog, 1 7/8 ips
Commercial cassette recording of the Southside Presbyterian Church Choir in Tucson, Arizona. Recording date unknown. The recording is dedicated to the memory of African American gospel singer Rosie Johnson who was a featured performer at the Tucson Meet Yourself festivals in the 1980s and 1990s. CONTENTS: Side A: O It Is Jesus -- I Love to Praise Him -- Twelve Gates -- We Shall Walk -- Swing Low, Sweet Chariot -- Lift Him Up -- Lead Me, Guide Me -- Love Has No Borders -- Side B: You Must Be Born Again -- Call Him Up -- Mother’s Amazing Grace -- There’s A Bright Side -- Up Above My Head -- Wade In The Water -- Be Not Afraid. Source: James S. Griffith.

1199.3/C.1 Los Riberenos del Golfo, Los Riberenos del Golfo 1 sound cassette, analog, 1 7/8 ips
Commercial cassette recorded in Bahia Kino, Sonora as part of the Arizona/Sonora Corrido Project by Jack Loeffler and Jim Griffith in January 1998. CONTENTS: Side A: Sonora Querida -- El Canal del Infiernillo -- El Corrido del Guasiado -- Tololoche Chicoteado -- Recuerdo de Amor -- La Yaquecita -- Side B: La Barca de Guaymas -- Cielito Lindo -- Solamente Una Vez -- Volver, Volver -- El Rancho Grande -- Quisiera Amarte Menos. Source: James S. Griffith.