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US Jazz, Rock, Folk, Blues Music TV Show
Boboquivari (1971)
 Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Rina Fox [Uploaded Jan 2020]
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (https://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

   
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BOBOQUIVARI
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PBS

US Jazz, Rock, Folk, Blues Music Series 1971 9 episodes x 30 min

*Note: The Public Broadcasting Service will launch a new series of uninterrupted pop-rock concerts
Wednesday August 11, 1971 at 7:30pm on Channel 29 in central Mississippi and Channel 2 in northern
Mississippi.The nine-program PBS series, which has the unlikely title of "Bobquivari", will feature
an outstanding jazz, rock, folk or blues performer each week.

Blues guitarist Freddie King will present the first half-hour color concert.
Following King will be Roger Kellaway Cello Quartet (experimental jazz); Roberta Flack (R&B vocals);
Kris Kristofferson (Country and Western); Odetta (folk rock); Sir Douglas Quintent (rock);
Tim Buckley (Folk and Jazz); Lightnin' Hopkins (Texas blues); and the series ends with
Ramblin' Jack Elliott (folk).

The series title, which is pronounced Ba-bo-KEE-var-ee, is a Papago Indian word that, roughly
translated, means "joining together".

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PBS Wednesdays (04Aug1971 to 29Sep1971) & PBS Thursdays (05Aug1971 to 30Sep1971)
The programs were seen Wednesday and Thursday nights at 7:30 and 10:30 respectively.

[01] Boboquivari
04Aug1971 PBS Wed [Debut][Philadelphia Inquirer]
Guests
bluesman Freddie King
featured with pianist Nat Dove, guitarist Bernard Pearl and bassist Curtis Tilman.
Highlights:
King performs "Hideaway", "Whole Lot of Loving" and "Have You Ever Loved a Woman".

[02] Boboquivari
11Aug1971 PBS Wed
Guests
Roger Kellaway Cello Quartet
Jazz composer pianist Roger Kellaway mixes a blend of classical music with improvisational Jazz.

[03] Boboquivari
18Aug1971 PBS Wed
Guests
R&B singer Roberta Flack
featured with Bernard Sweeney on drums, David Williams on bass.
Highlights:
"Agnelitos Negros", "Save the Children", "Ballad of the Sad Young Men", "The Reverend Lee" and "Let It Be".

[04] Boboquivari
25Aug1971 Wed [Vancouver Sun]
Guests
Country singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson
Billy Swan on bass
and Donnie Fritz on electric piano.
Highlights:
"Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down", "The Ballad of Bill D", "The Law is for the Protection of the People, "Casey's Last Ride",
"For the Good Times" and "This Lady Not For Sale".

[05] Boboquivari
01Sep1971 PBS Wed [Cincinnati Enquirer]
Guest
folksinger Odetta numbers from her new album "Take Me to the Pilot".
Highlights:
"Take Me to the Pilot", "Hit or Miss", "Every Night", "My God and I", "Give a Damn" and "Johnny, I Hardly Knew You".

[06] Boboquivari
08Sep1971 PBS Wed [San Bernardino Sun]
Guests
Sir Douglas Quintet
Highlights:
"She's About a Mover" and "Mendocino".
Songs from the "Together After Five" album
and some old honky tonk blues from their days in San Antonio.
The Quintet is led by Doug Sahm, and is composed of Anglos and Mexicans
who hail from Texas and perform eight songs.

[07] Boboquivari
15Sep1971 PBS Wed [Kingsport Times]
Guests
Tim Buckley, songwriter, lyricist, master 12-string guitarist and innovator of
a unique blend of folk, jazz, rock and blues.
All the songs sung tonight are from his latest album "Starsailor".
Highlights:
"Come Here Woman", "I Woke Up", "Blue Melody", "Moulin Rouge" and "Jungle Fire".

[08] Boboquivari
22Sep1971 PBS Wed [The Capital Times]
Guests
Lightnin' Sam Hopkins
*Note: Considered the Dean of Texas blues musicians, he has contributed to the style of almost every
blues guitarist from B.B. King to Eric Clapton.

[09] Boboquivari [Final program of the series]
29Sep1971 PBS Wed [Santa Fe New Mexican]
Guests
Ramblin' Jack Elliott is an artist in the tradition of Guthrie and Seeger.
Highlights:
Folksinger Ramblin' Jack Elliott performs "If I Were a Carpenter" and "Me and Bobby McGee".

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