June 20, 1998
Live from the Merrill Auditorium in Portland, Maine, with Gordon Bok, Cindy Kallet, and David Mallet.

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Recorded on June 20, 1998, from Portland, Maine.
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00:00LOGO (RA)
00:11TISHOMINGO
03:00TO BE ALONE WITH YOU
04:47APPLAUSE--GK TALK ABOUT MAINE
05:28FRED FARRELL-ELVIS FISH LURES (RA)
06:40APPLAUSE--INTRO SHOE BAND (RA)
06:57PANAMA
10:19APPLAUSE--GK BACK ANNOUNCE
10:33SILVER LINING (RA)
23:27APPLAUSE--GK BACK ANNOUNCE/TALK ABOUT MAINE
24:11INTRO DAVE MALLET AND APPLAUSE/TALK WITH DAVE (RA)
28:09GREENIN' UP REAL GOOD
31:34APPLAUSE
31:56SUMMER OF MY DREAMS
34:27APPLAUSE--GK BACK ANNOUNCE
34:48KETCHUP (RA)
36:43APPLAUSE/GK TALK ABOUT LONGFELLOW (RA)
38:16THE FIRE OF DRIFTWOOD BY HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW
41:30APPLAUSE--GK BACK ANNOUNCE/INTRO GORDON AND CINDY (RA)
43:55THE RANTIN' LADDIE
48:48APPLAUSE--CINDY INTRO NEXT TUNE
49:36THE RECRUITED COLLIER
52:47APPLAUSE--GK BACK ANNOUNCE
53:17HABANERA SCRIPT (RA)
58:23HABANERA SONG
102:25APPLAUSE-GK SEGUE TO INTERMISSION (RA)
102:56HIGH SOCIETY
106:49APPLAUSE
107:14FATHER'S DAY (RA)
109:00GREETINGS (RA)
112:30TALK ON PHONE WITH ROBBIE SCHUETZ(RA)
116:45APPLAUSE-SEGUE TO AUDIENCE SINGALONG (RA)
117:24PAPER MOON/THERE'S A LONG, LONG TRAIL/SOMEWHERE THERE'S A BOAT THAT'S LEAVIN' SOON FOR NEW YORK/MICHAEL ROW THE BOAT ASHORE, SLOOP JOHN B
125:51APPLAUSE-TALK WITH GORDON BOK (RA)
127:00GORDON BOK AND CINDY KALLET-WILD GEESE
129:25APPLAUSE
130:41MONOLOUGE (RA)
146:52LA GITANA (RA)
149:50APPLAUSE--GK BACK ANNOUNCE/INTRO DAVE (RA)
150:45I PICTURE YOU
153:12APPLAUSE--GK CREDITS (RA)
154:26PRECIOUS MEMORIES
157:09THAT'S OUR SHOW FOR TONIGHT.....
157:51BEER BARREL POLKA PLAYOFF

Guest Information
  • Gordon Bok
  • Cindy Kallet
  • David Mallet
  • Scripts
  • Father's Day
  • Fred Farrell
  • Habanera
  • Ketchup
  • Silver Lining

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