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The Sullivan Family At Bean
Blossom June 2001
a very limited time...
Presented by Special Permission
of The Sullivan Family.
The Sullivan Family
at Bean Blossom 2001
Bean Blossom June 2001
Brown County, IN
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to video. (last updated: 12-10-2001)
Scenes From The Adventures
In Bluegrass II
Mandolin, Jim Moss:
Fiddle, Jeff Harris:
Graham Murphy: Banjo,
The Frank Wakefield Band
Adventures In Bluegrass II
Filmed Feb. 2001
The Freight & Salvage
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Band Number 1.
( © 1975 Frank Wakefield )
Jim Moss: Fiddle
Jeff Harris: Guitar
Graham Murphy: Banjo
Pat Campbell: Bass
Live Video Camera Person: David
Produced By: Jim
Video Editing: Jim
Sound Mastering: Jim
Streaming Media Mastering: Jim
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