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During Charlie Brown's (aka Charles Artman) travels he befriended mountain climbers in the Tetons of Wyoming. The Teton Tea Parties were initially led by Billy Briggs in the Jackson Hole area (later led by Charlie in Berkeley) and consisted of all night folk music playing events for climbers and musicians that would later reach quot;mythical status as a sort of mountaineering Woodstockquot;. This album, recorded in 1966, features anecdotes about, and inspirations from, his travels. The songs are accompanied with dulcimer, banjo and, even, musical saw (like in quot;Down in the Valleyquot; on which he also yodels).
  • Teton Tea Party With Charlie Brown
GenreFolk Music
Publication Date20120530
Publisher ImprintSmithsonian Institution

Teton Tea Party with Charlie Brown

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