Bluegrass Country Soul 1972-07-01 ( current )
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Bluegrass Country Soul captures the sights, sounds, and magic of this three-day outdoor festival, the first of its kind, featuring bluegrass veterans and future stars alike sharing the primitive wood and cinder block stage. This documentary does more than just capture on of the largest bluegrass festivals of that decade, it's also an interesting mixture of live performances, interviews, impromptu jam sessions and crowd footage of live music set in a small town surrounded by the now long gone red clay and tobacco shacks of North Carolina.
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- Albert Ihde (Director)
- Robert Kaylor (Director of Photography)
- John Dildine (Sound)
- Joel Jacobson (Editor)
- Robert Henninger (Assistant Director)
Washington Film Group
United States of America
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