Consists of a workshop "When Does It Become a Folksong?" featuring Elizabeth Cotten telling the story of how she was inspired to write the song "Freight Train", Mary McCaslin performing "Music Strings" and "Hollywood, My Home Away From Home on the Range", Carlos Valladares performing "Casamiento de negros" (Violeta Parra), John Allan Cameron performing "The Bonnie Lass o' Bon Accord" (James Scott Skinner), Elizabeth Cotten performing an unknown song., Mary McCaslin performing "Let It Be Me" (Gilbert Becaud (music), Mann Curtis (lyrics)), Carlos Valladares performing "Naranjitay" ("Little Orange", traditional --Bolivian), John Allan Cameron performing "Ann", Elizabeth Cotten performing "Gaslight Blues", Mary McCaslin performing "Blackbird" (Paul McCartney). Next the groups sings "The Lone Pilgrim" (trad.) sung a cappella; a parody of "Drink to me only with thine eyes"; "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms", and "Rock of Ages". Also includes Lloyd Gavin performing the lumber camp song "Young Monroe at Gerry's Rock" aka "The Jam on Gerry's Rock" (trad.); an unknown performer singing "Crazy Mary (from Londonderry)" (Michael Smith) and finally a performance (by Ken Bloom) of "The Pilgrim's Progress."