Played by: Mulkey Kent

Dr. Wolf: "Sounded good. What did you say that was?"
Mr. Kent: "'Sally Goodin'. I thought you was gonna have that put on there!"
Dr. Wolf: "I did. It's on there."
Mr. Kent: “This other one, now, is 'Natchez Under the Hill'."
Dr. Wolf: "All right."
Mr. Kent: "I learned to play it 77 years ago."

Mr. Kent: "That’s the one that got the job done at the state university."
Dr. Wolf: "Yeah, I bet it did."
Mr. Kent: "And I brought the cup back home with me. My daughter’s got it in California. It looks as pretty today as it did the day it was made. It was made for the champion fiddler of Arkansas, and after I won, they cut my name at the top of it. Now I'm gonna play a tune called 'Going Down to Levin Point to Get a Load of Corn'."”

All Songs Recorded by John Quincy Wolf, Jr., unless otherwise noted

The John Quincy Wolf Folklore Collection
Lyon College, Batesville, Arkansas
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