Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Christopher J. Oglesby:

An Inventory of His Papers, 1969-2015, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library

Descriptive Summary

Creator Oglesby, Chris
Title: Christopher J. Oglesby Papers,
Dates: 1969-2015
Abstract: The collection includes transcript of interviews, newspaper articles, photographs, correspondence, literary works, and research that went into the writing of the Oglesby book, Fire in the Water, Earth in the Sky, which seeks an answer to the question of why so many prominent musicians, artists, and writers come from Lubbock, Texas.
Collection # CR 0135
Quantity: 4 boxes (3.5 linear feet)
Language English.
Repository: Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University

Biographical Sketch

Chris Oglesby grew up in Lubbock, where his father was a coach and his mother was a college English professor. While earning his bachelor's degree and doctorate of jurisprudence from Texas Tech University he immersed himself in Lubbock's musical nightlife. However, it took moving to Austin in 1991 to learn just how greatly artists from his home town had affected the music and art scenes of Texas and the world beyond.

In 1998, Chris began interviewing artists and collecting archival articles and other information to chronicle the amazing stories about talented artists and musicians hailing from Lubbock and the surrounding region. The work was published in 2006 by University of Texas Press as Fire in the Water, Earth in the Sky and subsequently released in paperback as well. In 2003 Oglesby also participarted in the making of the Amy Maner-George Sledge documentary film Lubbock Lights.

Scope and Content

This collection contains biographies and transcripts of interviews with many prominent musicians. Items applicable to more than one category have been copied and placed in both files. For example, many of the biographical files contain interviews which are also available as transcripts and sound files and may be listened to online. The collection is in good condition and is part of the Crossroads of Music archive.


The Oglesby papers are organized by the following series:


Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research. Copyright is retained by the authors of items in this collection, or their descendants, as stipulated by U.S. copyright law.

Some archival collections may be housed in storage outside of the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library building. Requests to retrieve such materials may take up to 10 business days to complete. Please contact our Reference Department in advance to arrange retrieval.

Audio, video, and film recordings may not be immediately accessible due to format, condition, or copyright status. All items must be digitized prior to patron use. Please contact the Reference Librarian at least 10 days in advance to make viewing arrangements.

Index Terms

The subject headings used by the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library are derived from the Library of Congress and/or locally developed.
Subjects (Persons)
Adams, Jay Boy.
Allen, Bale Creek.
Allen, Jo Harvey, 1942-
Allen, Terry, 1943-
Antone, Clifford.
Banks, R. C.
Beethoven, Eddie.
Belly, P. J.
Bone, Ponty.
Bowden, Richard.
Bullock, Paul.
Burk, Mike.
Burns, Downe.
Caldwell, Don.
Carrasco, Joe King.
Davis, Mac, 1942-
Halley, David.
Holly, Buddy, 1936-1959.
Ely, Joe.
Ely, Sharon.
Fillipone, John.
Foley, Blaze, 1949-1989.
Frankhouser, Jason.
Fromholz, Steven, 1945-2014.
Gamble, Robin,1953-
Gilmore, Colin.
Gilmore, Jimmie Dale.
Hancock, Butch.
Hancock, Tommy, 1929-
Hunt, Trent.
Jaggers, Bruce.
Juke, Guy.
Kemp, Shannon.
Keys, Bobby, 1943-2014.
Legendary Stardust Cowboy (Musician)
Livingston, Bob.
Maines, Kenny.
Maines, Lloyd.
Maines, Natalie.
McFarland, T. J.
Milosevich, Paul, 1936-
Mings, Kent.
Nelson, John.
Oglesby, Christopher J. (Christopher Joseph), 1965-
Parks, Wade.
Patterson, Robert Ellis.
Pierce, Jo Carol.
Presley, Elvis, 1935-1977.
Rhodes, Kimmie.
Sawyer, Lesley.
Shoemaker, Deanna.
Smith, Doug, 1963-
Snyder, Hills, 1950-
Strehli, Angela.
Stubblefield, C. B., 1931-
Swinney, Cary.
Taylor, Jesse.
Teeters, Steve.
Watkins, James C., 1951-
Weiss, Kelly.
Weiner, Robert G., 1966-
Subjects (Organizations)
289 Films.
Antone, Clifford.
Armadillo World Headquarters.
Austin City Limits (Television program)
Cactus Theater.
Cotton Club.
Fat Dawg's.
Godbold Cultural Center.
J. T. Hutchinson Jr. High (Lubbock, Tex.)
KLLL-AM (Radio station)
KSEL-AM (Radio station)
La Zona Rosa.
Lubbock High School (Lubbock, Tex.)
Main Street Saloon.
Monterey High School (Lubbock, Tex.)
National Poetry Slam.
P. J. Belly's.
Roscoe Wilson Elementary (Lubbock, Tex.).
South Plains College.
Stubb's Bar-B-Que.
Texas Cafe and Bar a.k.a. The Spoon.
Texas Tech University.
Texas Tech University. Southwest Collection.
Tornado Jams.
West Texas Walk of Fame.
Wheeler Brothers Studios.
Subjects (Places)
Austin (Tex.)
Los Angeles (Cal.)
Lubbock (Tex.)
Santa Fe (N.M.)
Music Festivals.
Rock music.
Rock music festivals.
Texas music.
Unidentified Flying Objects.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Christopher J. Oglesby Papers, 1969-2015, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas

Accession Information

Collection accession #(s):

Gift, 2016

Processing Information

Processed by: Cynthia Curry, 2017

Collection Inventory


box folder
1 1 Address List: active members, [unidentified],undated
2 Art Catalogs: Hills Snyder, Jo Carol Pierce, Butch Hancock, James Watkins, Steve Teeters, Joe Ely, Terry Allen, David Echols, Wheeler Brothers Studio, Jesse Taylor, Bale Creek Allen, Downe' Burns,1987-2007 and undated
box folder
1 3 Jay Boy Adams, transcript of interview, ZZ Top, Jimmy Page, bus leasing business,2002
4 Bale Creek Allen, art catalogs, 6”x9” Ulterior Motifs poster, Camp Marfa, photocopy,2007
5 Jo Harvey Allen, transcript of interview, definition of paradox, the first woman country deejay, story-telling, selected biography, correspondence, article, one-woman play Homerun,1992-2003
6 Terry Allen, transcript of interview, Chippy, David Byrne's True Stories, Lubbock: On Everything, curriculum vitae, correspondence, articles, art catalogs from Ulterior Motifs, University of Texas Press's Book Catalog featuring Dugout, list of selected recordings,1975-2008
7 Ponty Bone, transcript of interview, The Bone Brothers, Sunday jam sessions, The Supernatural Family Band, promo material, newspaper article and photocopy of The Squeezetones,1985-2006
8 Richard Bowden, transcript of interview, The Maines Brothers Band, Austin Lounge Lizards, article,1998-2005
9 Paul Bullock, transcript of interview, Manfred's Midnight Monologue, living overseas, 1998 National Poetry Slam, article, correspondence, poems,1998-2008
10 Mike Burk, transcript of interview, Live at Tommy's Place, South Plains College,2000
11 Downe' Burns, transcript of interview, “An Important American Artist,” catalogues,2000 and undated
12 Don Caldwell, transcript of interview, audio engineer, producer, saxophone, Bobby Keys, Lubbock: On Everything,1998-2004
13 Mac Davis, transcript of interview copied from book, lyrics to “I Believe In Music” correspondence, articles, list of selected recordings,1971-2005 and undated
14 Joe Ely, transcript of interview, articles, Another Sanity, The Flatlanders, The Clash, Buddy Holly, Stubb's, selected recordings, Bonfire of Roadmaps,1977-2007
15 Sharon Ely, transcript of interview,2000
16 Colin Gilmore, transcript of interview, relations to Flatlanders, article,2000-2004
17 Jimmie Dale Gilmore, transcript of interview, luck, meeting Joe Ely and Butch Hancock, Armadillo World Headquarters, how they got the name of Flatlanders, articles, Little Pete, list of selected recordings,1982-2005
18 David Halley, transcript of interview, spiritual encounter,1998
19 Butch Hancock, transcript of interview, driving the tractor, Lubbock or Leave It, Armadillo World Headquarters, philosophy, articles,1985-2004
20 Tommy Hancock, transcript of interview, song lyrics, The Supernatural Family Band, Buddy Holly's lost sunglasses, The Club for Unappreciated Musicians, Zen and the Art of the Texas Two-Step, Texana Dames, Cotton Club,1991-2012 and undated
21 Buddy Holly, articles, music festival,1998-2012
22 Human, transcript of interview, Lubbock High School, Rat Salad, Tom Blackburn, Johnny Ray, Uncle Nasty,2000-2001
23 Trent Hunt, transcript of interview, Square Head, Something Johnson,1991-2000
24 Bruce Jaggers, transcript of interview, Fat Dawg's, Main Street Saloon, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Joe Ely, John Hughes, Jackson Browne, The Nelsons,2000-2001
25 Shannon Kemp, correspondence, Walk on the Moon,1969-2005
26 Bobby Keys, transcript of interview, selected recordings, Sonny Curtis, Buddy Holly, The Crickets, Norman Petty's studio in Clovis New Mexico, Rolling Stones, Mussel Shoals Horns, touring in Europe with George Harrison and Eric Clapton, The Spoon, Ace Liquidators, Joe Ely,2001
27 Bob Livingston, transcript of interview, Lubbock High School, Jerry Jeff Walker, “Cosmic Cowboy” “Gonzo Compadre” Joe Ely, Bobby Layne, The Sparkles, Gary P. Nunn, Capitol Records, Michael Martin Murphy, life in India, playing with Indian musicians, correspondence,2000-2004
28 Kenny Maines, articles,1998-2012
29 Lloyd Maines, transcript of interview, Joe Ely, The Clash, Producer of the Year in Austin, Bob Wills, The Flatlanders, influenced by Jimmy Day in Willie Nelson's band and Frank Carter and Bob Stufflebeme, Lubbock: On Everything, Terry Allen, Mercury Record deal, Jerry Jeff Walker, The Dixie Chicks, 1998-2012
30 Natalie Maines, articles, magazine photocopies,1998-2003
31 Amy Maner Lubbock Lights, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal article,2006 and undated
32 Kent Mings, transcript of interview, The Texas Bel-Aires, J. Patrick O'Malley's, influenced by Ponty Bone and Jesse “Guitar” Taylor and Joe Ely, gospel music, letter to editor from Tommy X (presumably Hancock), promotional ads,1998-1999 and undated
33 John Nelson, transcript of interview, Lionel Ritchie, Motley Crue, Fleetwood Mac, B. B. King, Lyle Lovett, Barbara Streisand, Foo Fighters, Rickie Lee Jones, Etta James, Sammy Hagar, Phil Collins, Earl Scruggs and Melissa Etheridge, Willie Nelson, The Dave Matthews Band, Abbey Road, Carl Campanelli, Women's Protective Services of Lubbock, Planned Parenthood of Lubbock, Hobart Nelson, Darren Welch and Ground Zero, Stubb's Bar-B-Que, John Filippone, Squarehead, Rude Boys, Senior George Nelson defeats Junior Buddy Holly in Songwriting Contest,2000
34 Wade Parks, transcript of interview, learned from Boone Law, The Robin Griffin Band, Cary Swinney, Ingrid Kaiter who is Buddy Holly's niece, Tony Adams, Braxton Howle, Darren Welch, Elvis T. Busboy, correspondence, promotional material, article,1999-2005
35 Jo Carol Pierce and Guy Juke, transcript of interview, Bad Girls Upset by the Truth, Chippy, colorful language skills, Al Strehli, “The Alley Society,” degree in psychology, Jimmie Gilmore, Child Protective Services, Jesse Taylor, Threadgill's, Blackie White, friendship, dressing up like Groucho Marx, Joe Ely, Tommy Hancock, Across the Great Divide, articles,1992-2005
36 Kimmie Rhodes, transcript of interview, song and play “Small Town Girl”, Joe Sears, Stone Soup Productions, “Hillbilly Heaven”, “Doin' Gods Chores”, “The Puppeteer”, singing in church, singing with family, wanted to be a florist, T.J. McFarland, Joe Gracey, Willie Nelson, “The Man in the Moon”, Jimmy Day, Richard Bowden, “Angels Get the Blues”, touring in Europe, West Texas Heaven, Sharon Ely, “I Just Drove By”, Waylon Jennings, Austin City Limits, Jim Rushing, Lubbock radio stations, “The Amazing After-Life of Zimmerman Fees”, article, promotionals, selected recordings,1985-2005
37 Deanna Shoemaker, transcript of interview, Know Dog, Lubbock High School, The Butcher's Daughter, resumé, photo, correspondence,2000-2004
38 Doug Smith, transcript of interview, started playing melodies and chords as a toddler, does not read or write music, self-published, hears the music all the time, over 600 copyrighted songs, Lloyd Maines, Cary Swinney, articles, 5.5 x 8.5 flyer for benefit, selected recordings,1998-2008
39 Hills Snyder, 5.5 x 5.5 postcards for exhibitions, brochure, correspondence,1989-2003
40 Angela Strehli, transcript of interview, parents were educators, Al Strehli, Jimmie Gilmore, Joe Ely, Johnny Deutschendorf aka John Denver “Two-Bit Texas Town”, the Blues, Jazz in Minnesota, Carleton College, The Fabulous Rockets, Sunnyland Special, Southern Feeling, W.C. Clark, Clifford Antone, Antone's, Antone's Records, Soul Shake, “Stranger Blues” selected recordings,1985-2005
41 C. B. “Stubb” Stubblefield, biography, quotes, articles,1985-2000
42 Cary Swinney, transcript of interview, first dust storm, The Neanderthal Ball, The Godbold Cultural Center, Richard Bowden, Paul Bullock, Doug Smith, Wade Parks, Mike and Jack Burk, story-telling, O'Donnell and Dan Blocker, Robin Griffin, Jessie Taylor, “Human Masquerade”, “Jesus Silverstein” Don Caldwell, articles, promotionals, selected recordings,1998-2008
43 Jesse “Guitar” Taylor, transcript of interview, meeting Stubb, articles, photocopies of artwork,1991-2012
box folder
1 44 Robin Gamble, Dave T., Wes Burk, Ken Corbin, Tim, Travis Martin, Evan Fogelman, Michael C. Luckman, Russell Clepper,2000-2015
45 Luke Torn,2004
46 University of Texas Press: Shannon Halley, Allison Faust, Reader's Reports, forms,2004-2005
47 West Texas Book and Music Festival letters, calendar of events, speech notes, map, program booklet,2006
48 Film Production Notes: Lubbock Lights crew list, meeting agenda, shooting script, stills, featured personalities, articles, correspondence, notes, resumes, film maker biographies,2001-2006
49 Financial Documents: Lubbock Lights spreadsheet,2001
box folder
2 1 Legal Documents: Incorporation of 289 Films, LLC (Texas Limited Liability Company) (5 copies),2001
Literary Works
box folder
2 2 Jo Harvey Allen play: Homerun,1996
3 Paul Bullock poems: “At the Passing of the Joint”, “Carpool Mom”, “Don't Break My Heart Tonight”, “Do Nothing”, “Me and Walter Mitty”, “Puerta Wherever”, “She Didn't Think Much of Me”, “The Deal The Whole Deal and Nothing But The Deal”, “Quint Finney”, “The Mellow Hippie”, “He Wears Dark Glasses at Midnight”, “The Surgeon General Has Determined”, “What It Was Was Whiskey”, “Lucky Me I Get In Free Tonight”, “We All Look Particularly Good Tonight”,undated
4 Shannon Kemp short story: “Walk On The Moon”,2000
5 Oglesby essay: “Buddy Holly: Master Dreamcrafter, Rock'n'Roll Messiah”,2000
6 Oglesby essay: “Coincidence, Flying Saucers, and Paleolithic Man”,undated
7 Oglesby essay: “Dirt”, rough draft with edits,2003
8 Oglesby: Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air, very clean draft, only minor edits,undated
9 Oglesby: Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air, clean final draft autographed by author,undated
10 Oglesby: Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air, clean draft missing page 289,undated
11 Oglesby: Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air, photocopy of clean final draft of book,undated
12 Oglesby: Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air, rough draft of book,2004
13 Oglesby: Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air, final edits from Luke Torn,2004
14 Oglesby: Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air, proof of book,2006
box folder
3 1 Oglesby: Introduction to Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air (6 copies, varying degrees of editing),1997-2003
2 Oglesby essay: “From Thin Air: Buddy Holly: Master of Dreams”, rough draft with edits,2000
3 Oglesby essay: “Language of Lubbock” with notes and research (4 copies, varying degrees of editing),undated
4 Oglesby essay: “Place”, an essay by Chris Oglesby (3 copies, varying degrees of editing),2003
5 Oglesby review: “Something Johnson's Raison”, a band,November 2004
6 Unidentified short story: “Looking for Larry McMurtry”,2001
7 Robert Weiner essay: “West Texas and Lubbock Music in the Fifties”,undated
8 Maps: Lubbock and surrounding area from Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air,undated
Notes and Sketches
box folder
3 9 Spiral notebooks and legal pads of handwritten notes (1 of 2),2000-2005
10 Spiral notebooks and legal pads of handwritten notes (2 of 2),undated
11 Obituaries and Memorials: C. B. “Stubb” Stubblefield, Robert Ellis Patterson, T. J. “Tiny” McFarland,1996-2005 and undated
box folder
3 12 Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air: Jo Harvey Allen, Terry Allen, author at Buddy Holly's grave, C.B.“Stubb” Stubblefield, Flatlanders, Lubbock skyline, Bobby Keys, Ponty Bone, Conni Hancock, landscape, Stubb's memorial, Lubbock High School, dust storm, Joe Ely, the Strip, Bob Livingston w/ Indian musicians, cotton field, Downe' Burns, Buddy Holly street sign, Wade Parks and band, Buddy Holly park, Mac Davis, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Butch Hancock,undated
13 Not selected for book: Paul Bullock, Flatlanders, Steve Wesson, Ponty Bone, Roscoe Wilson Elementary, J. T.Hutchinson Junior High, Godbold Cultural Center, Cary Swinney, aereal view of crops, sunrise over east Broadway, dirt crop rows, Mac Davis, dust storm, Tom and Bingo's BBQ, Mac Davis street sign, Wade Parks, Tommy and Charlene Hancock, Terry and Jo Harvey Allen,2000-2004 and undated
Printed Materials
box folder
3 14 Photocopies: various unique photocopies, many from Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air,2000 and undated
15 Lubbock Arts Festival: Preview Party brochure featuring James Watkins, program booklet,2004-2005
16 Lubbock Ballet: Program for Peter and the Wolf by Tchaikovsky,2004
17 Lubbock Music Festival: Articles, schedule of events, notes for speech, programs, 8.5”x11” posters,2005 and 2012
18 Texas Tech University Museum exhibits: Nothin' Else To Do and Honky-Tonk Visions,1984-1987
19 Texana Dames: 8.5x11 poster, West Texas Walk of Fame 2012 inductee program,2001-2012 and undated
20 Texas Music Office: bibliography, Texas talent register,undated
21 University of Texas Press Catalog,2005-2006
22 promotional material,2000-2001
23 Reprint Permission: Sony Music, lyrics to “The Great East Broadway Onion Championship of 1978”, notes, correspondence, “Texas Joke” from David Byrne's True Stories,2004-2005
24 Research Materials: Joe “King” Carrasco, John Filippone, Trent Hunt, John L. Filippone's Thesis West Texas Music, Joe Carr and Alan Munde's book Prairie Nights to Neon Lights:The Story of Country Music in West Texas, reviewed by Robert G. Weiner, Lubbock:On Everything by Richard Gehr, Lubbock Magazine of May 1998 article on Steve Teeters, Man of Truth Blaze Foley, Filippone's transcript of interview of Jimmie Dale Gilmore and Butch Hancock, promotional material on R.C. Banks, newspaper articles about; Lubbock High, Coach Bob Knight, Sex Education Texas Style, Larry McMurtry's book review of William Jefferson Clinton's My Life, Texas Re-Districting, Sheryl Swoopes, Wiki on Lubbock, Lubbock Voted 2nd Most Conservative, Drummer (T.J. McFarland) Drew Austin music scene together, A liberal Christian in conservative Lubbock, “The Outsiders” article about book and film by S.E. Hinton, Spider Johnson, Marc Mason Harper, Linda Kay Parker, Council set to abolish 1923 racist ordinance, page from Manhood of Humanity by Alfred Korzybski, ticket stubbs to Leon Russell concert in Oklahoma City, 5.5”x8.5” poster for The Legendary Stardust Cowboy aka Norman Carl Odam, 9”x6” poster for Blue Prairie, 8.5”x11” poster of Cornell Hurd Band with Guy Juke, aka Blackie White, letter to author from The Monx, article on Kelly M. Weiss, microfische copies of article about the Southwest Peace Festival of 1970, titled, Wind “blows mind” For Rock Devotees later referred to in Tornado Jam file as the Lubbock Woodstock or The Peace Festival, Lesley Sawyer,1985-2006 and undated
25 Song Lyrics: Mac Davis “I Believe In Music,” “Texas In My Rearview Mirror”; Joe Ely “All That You Need”, “I Got To Find Ol Joe”; Milo Flagg “Sea's Deadog Catch”; Colin Gilmore “Winds of Heaven”; Jimmie Dale Gilmore “Braver Newer World”, “Midnight Train”; Tommy Hancock “The Cottonwoods”, “Back To New Mexico”, “Ojinaga”, “The Marfa Lights”, “Tacos for Two”, “The Cattletruck”, “Drivin' Boogie of 1976”, “The Cattletruck Drivin' Boogie of 1996”, “The Born Again Zenner”, “The Beer Drinking Goat”; Butch Hancock “Chase”, “Barefoot Prints”, “Roll Around”, “Long Sunsets”, “Black Irish Rose”, “All Curled Up”, “Hidin' in the Hills”, “Low Lights of Town”, “Red Blood Drippin' From The Moon”, “One Good Time”, “Circumstance”, “Naked Light of Day”, “You Coulda Walked Around The World”, “Capture Fracture Rapture”, “Long Road to Asia Minor”, “Smokin' in the Rain”, “Fightin' For My Life”, “Her Personal Rendition of the Blues”, “Dominoes”, “Once Followed By The Wind”, “Wild Horses Chase the Wind”, “Own and Own”, “Mario Y Maria”, “Eternal Triangles”, “Only Born”, “Gift Horse of Mercy”, “The Wind's Dominion”; Jo Carol Pierce “Sacrificial Island Tombstone”, “Across the Great Divide”, “My Boyfriend”, “Ruby”, “Scratch Upon Her Windowpane”, “Jim Henry Henley”, “Heaven and Hell”, “Does God Have Us By The Twat Or What?”, “You Bother Me”, “Buttons of Your Skin”, “Loose Diamond”, “Borderline Tango”, “Blue Norther”, “I Blame God”, “Apocalyptic Horses”; Jo Carol Pierce, Joe Ely, and T.J. Nabors “Queen of Heaven”; Jo Carol Pierce and Dan Yates “Something More”; Jo Carol Pierce and Harry Porter “Reunion”; Jo Carol Pierce and Jim Henry Norman “Secret Dan”; Angela Strehli “Two-Bit Texas Town”; Cary Swinney “Jesus Silverstein”, “Deperate Searcher”, “Good Ol' Sunday Mornin'”, “Livin' in My Head”, “A Hero On The Square”,1970-2006 and undated
25 Transcripts of interviews: Jo Harvey Allen, Terry Allen, Ponty Bone, Richard Bowden, Paul Bullock, Mike Burk, Downe' Burns, Don Caldwell, Mac Davis, Joe Ely, Sharon Ely, Colin Gilmore, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, David Halley, Butch Hancock, Tommy Hancock, Human, Trent Hunt, Bruce Jaggers, Bobby Keys, Bob Livingston, Lloyd Maines, Kent Mings, John Nelson, Wade Parks, Jo Carol Pierce and Guy Juke, Kimmie Rhodes, Deanna Shoemaker, Doug Smith, Angela Strehli, Cary Swinney, Jessie “Guitar” Taylor,1998-2005

Audio-Visual Materials

Audio cassette tapes
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4 1 Jo Harvey Allen at Stubb's,1998
2 Terry Allen/Panhandle Mystery Band/Caravan of Dreams,1998
3 Terry Allen,1998
4 Richard Bowden, Jesse Taylor, Flatlanders on Letterman show,1998
5 Paul Bullock at National Poetry Slam,1998
6 Don Caldwell,1998
7 Joe Ely in a Land Cruiser,1998
8 Kent Mings, Rob Weiner, David Keller act,1998
9 Cary Swinney at Jovita's,1998
10 Cary Swinney and Allen Crossland, John Chambers in L.A. regarding Tornado Jam, Linda Ronstadt at Monterey High dance,2000
11 Cary Swinney, Alan Crossland in Cary's back yard,2000
12 Cary Swinney,2000
13 Mike Burk,2000
14 John Nelson in Los Angeles,2000
15 George Nelson defeats Buddy Holly in Lubbock High song writing contest,undated
16 Doug Smith,2000
17 Cary Swinney, Neanderthal Ball, Leave It To Beaver, Jack Burk rambling,undated
18 Tommy X. Hancock,2000
19 Ponty Bone,2000
20 Ponty Bone re: Stubb, conversation in Nelson's yard,undated
21 Shannon Kemp,2000
22 Deanna Shoemaker,2000
23 Jo Carol Pierce and Guy Juke,2000
24 Jo Carol Pierce Bad Girls Upset by the Truth on air,undated
25 Bruce Jaggers,2000
26 Downe' Burns,2000
27 Stone Pillow,2000
28 Colin Gilmore,2000
29 Sharon Ely,2000
30 Trent Hunt at author's house in Austin,2000
31 Tim Harman,2000
32 Kimmie Rhodes,2000
33 Wade Parks,2000
34 Lloyd Maines,2000
35 Lloyd Maines, Bob Livingston,2000
36 Bob Livingston,undated
37 Jimmie Dale Gilmore,2000
38 HUMAN (Jason Frankhauser, C. Masser, J. Watkins),2000
39 Jay Boy Adams,2002
40 Jay Boy Adams,2002
41 Butch Hancock,2002
42 David Halley,2003
43 Mac Davis press conference,2004
44 Bobby Keys,2005
45 Angela Strehli, Terry Allen's memories of Stubb,2005
46 289 Films business meetings,undated
CD audio
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4 1 “Music from Virtualubbock” (Autographed, music insert not accurate),2001
2 David Halley: “Stray Dog Talk”,undated
3 Hills Snyder: “Steam”,undated
4 Hills Snyder: recent projects,undated
CD Data
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4 1 Final text of Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air,2005
2 Willis Cooper photographs (.jpeg, .bmp) ,undated
USB drive
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4 1 Final text of Fire in the Water, Earth in the Air,undated