Seldom Scene and Jonathan Edwards
Songstreet Folk & Bluegrass Festival
Sander’s Theatre, Harvard University
Cambridge, MA
January 30, 1993

Source: Soundboard Cassette Master TDK MA110 Sony D-5
Transfer: Nakamichi BX-100 > M-Audio 2496 Soundcard @ 24/44.1 > WaveLab 5.01
Mastered to 16/44.1 KHz WAV (Waves L3, X-Noise) > CDWAV 1.9 > FLAC
Recorded, Remastered and Seeded to bt.etree by Bill Koucky October 2006

Disc 1 62:45
Jonathan Edwards – Solo –
1. Natural Thing
2. Everybody Knows Her
3. This Old Guitar
4. One Day Closer To Have You Back Again
5. Have Yourself A Good Time For Me
6. Stick And Stones
7. People Get Ready > Train To Glory
8. Our First Kiss
9. Jonathan’s banter about MTV
- Enter Northern Lights -
10. Girl From The Canyon
11. Dime A Dance Romance
12. Shanty
13. Crowd
14. On God’s Green Earth

Disc 2 77:05
Seldom Scene
1. Dark Hollow > Sittin’ On Top Of The World
2. Boy Who’s Raised By The Railroad Line
3. Walk Through This World With Me
4. Working On A Building
5. Band Intros
6. House Of The Rising Sun > Walk Don’t Run
7. Out Among The Stars
8. Georgia Rose
9. Midnight Hour
10. Muddy Water
11. – Enter Jonathan Edwards -
12. Sunshine
13. Blue Ridge
14. I Know You Rider
15. Crowd
16. Lord Have Mercy On My Soul
17. Crowd – Enter Northern Lights –
18. Will The Circle Be Unbroken

John Duffey Mandolin
John Starling Guitar
Mike Aldridge Dobro
Ben Eldridge Banjo
T. Michael Coleman Bass

Notes: This was a triple bill with Northern Lights opening.
The opening set was recorded from the audience and was not
worth transferring. This was my first Seldom Scene show I
attended and has great sentimental value but is by no means
a perfect recording, but is very clean and has been greatly
improved with WaveLab. There is some bleeding over from a
local radio station on the Jonathan Edwards set tape that
can be heard in quiet parts of the set, but is not present
for the Seldom Scene set. I thought long and hard about
whether or not to include or omit this set. If you have
never heard this now you can. The mix on both sets is heavy
on the instruments and low on vocal, Mike Aldridge fans
will be thrilled.