Eric Andersen
Video and TV Appearances
EA tracks and segments only listed
<no image> The Johnny Cash Show  (6 Jan 1971?)

   Born again (w/ The Carter Family)

Eric made his first TV appearance on The Johnny Cash Show.
He wrote the song Born Again for the show and performed it live wtih the Carter Family.

Bootleg TV appearance, VHS video, 1971
(home made label and packaging)

Folk City: 25th Anniversary Concert

   Thirsty boots

Recorded live in 1985 at Folk City in New York.
Contains 16 songs plus short interviews with the artists.

1987 Laserdisc and 1996 VHS (NTSC format), 83 minutes. 

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Joni Mitchell:  Woman of Heart and Mind  (2 Apr 2003)

   Eric Andersen appears in interview in three brief segments at ca. 14, 44, and 54 minutes into the program.

The 90-minute show premiered on PBS on 2 April 2003.
Mini-website for this show on the PBS website.

2003 PBS American Masters
Available on VHS (NTSC and PAL formats) and DVD (regions 1 and 2) video, 90 minutes.

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Judy Collins Wildflower Festival

Concert filmed at Humphreys by the Bay in San Diego, California, Sept 2002.
Features Judy Collins, Eric Andersen, Tom Rush, and Arlo Guthrie.
The second DVD in the set contains interviews with each of the four musicians.

   Close the door lighly when you go
   Blue River
   You can't relive the past

   Thirsty boots (w/ Judy Collins)

   May the circle be unbroken  (w/ JC, AG, TR)
   Amazing grace  (w/ JC, AG, TR)

2003 Pioneer Artist  2-DVD (PA 11988) - Region 1 format (US / Canada) 

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Festival Express

Documentary filmed during the Festival Express train concert tour across Canada, Summer 1970.

Theatrical version: (89 min)
    EA appears in interview

DVD version: (165 min)
    EA appears in interview
    EA performs "Thirsty Boots".

Note: The DVD version includes 50 additional minutes of performance footage plus 25 extra minutes of interviews.

2004 New Line 2-DVD (released 2 Nov 2004) - Region 1 format (US / Canada) 

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