Young, Faron 1971-08-00

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This is a recording of the Faron Young Show, featuring the country and western singer along with several others at the fair in Yuma, Colorado. Note: The second tape is very poor quality, with some music and remarks by Young too faint to understand.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Faron Young

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: August 1971

Location: Yuma, Colorado

Interviewer: Charles Townsend

Length: 1 hour 25 minutes


Tape 1, Side 1: Billy Hall and the Deputies sing, "If I Were a Carpenter", "Help Me Make it Through the Night", Deputies play an instrumental song, Billy sings "The Fugitive", Jean Dyson sings, "Silver Threads and Golden Needles", "Release Me", "Once a Day", "The Last Thing on My Mind", "Going Steady" .

Tape 1, Side 2: Faron Young performance, "Wind Me Up", Short speech, "God Didn’t Make Little Green Apples", Introduces band members, Instrumental music, More remarks, "Jambalaya", Medley: "Sweet Dreams," "Make the World Go Away," "Hello Walls", More remarks, Skip Jackson plays "Love is Blue".

Tape 2, Side 1: Music, but too faint to understand , Faron Young sings "Saturday Night", More music and remarks, but again too faint, Remarks concerning patriotism and politics, Singing, Conclusion of show.

Tape 2, Side 2: Blank

Range Dates: 1971

Bulk Dates: 1971

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