There is no box to match this recording with. This is a copy of Reel 011 featuring Tom Paxton. He plays a variety of his own songs and covers. Paxton makes a joke about Pete Seeger and tells the story of Jimmy Carter and the swimming rabbit. He also mentions that Robin and Linda Williams appeared earlier in the concert.
There are only 164 boxes and 166 recordings, this sounds like a copy or Reel 143. This is a studio recording, sounds like Frank Frost possibly with Ry Cooder. Frost rehearses several songs multiple times, sometimes back-to-back. The recording opens with a beeping noise and has several silent gaps between songs.
The box the audio reel is in is totally unlabeled. This is a copy of Reel 001 which is from Fox Hollow 1972. David Bromberg is the first to perform. He is followed by Eric and Martha Nagler with Evelyne Beers. The MC sounds like Eric Nagler, he also mentions that he often MCs the festival.
The Box is unlabeled, but the reel says Dan Smith Out Takes. This is a copy of Reel 075. Utah Phillips introduces the Boys of the Lough. The recording is broken up over two days. Phillips ends the first concert, and an unintroduced duet begins the second. The duet is the Wilkyes or Wilkes. The last performer is Kevin Roth who is joined by Howie Mitchell on hammered dulcimer.