Young, Faron 1971-08-00
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",
"Once a Day",
"The Last Thing on My Mind",
"Going Steady" .
Tape 1, Side 2: Faron Young performance,
"Wind Me Up",
"God Didn’t Make Little Green Apples",
Introduces band members,
Medley: "Sweet Dreams," "Make the World Go Away," "Hello Walls",
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,
Conclusion of show.
Tape 2, Side 2: Blank
Range Dates: 1971
Bulk Dates: 1971
Original Recording Format:
Recording Format Notes:
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