http://www.artscenterofcc.com/Spring-fed/Catalog.html - another useful info link.
The Uncle Dave at Home 'CD' mentioned above in 2006, is the old Davis Unlimited Vinyl ( DU - TFS 101 early 1980s. ) (mostly the same as the later Bear Family LP variant, although it seems that it went through a second remastering in 1987.
The highlights on this CD is to me : Rabbit in the Peapatch (unrelated chorus to his Fruit Jar Drinkers version) , Bully of the Town (), Long John Green, Cotton Eyed Joe and his first song :
'Greenback' - printed as 'Whoa Mule' on the albums. These songs have no forgotten lyrics and were not recorded before.
' Mountain Dew ' ' All Go Hungry Hash House ' is where he forgets some lines, but the first one still has lots of energy and is not anywhere else.
The latter track he has several versions of on the box.
The below old auction of 'TFS 101' LP has a bit more liner notes about folklorist Charles Faulkner Bryan (1911-1955) :
The Tune discussion booklet mentioned here is probably the same as in the CD booklet and most is also in the Bear Family box. (CD 8 and book)
A strange note here: Both this 2003 SpringFed CD & 1987 Bear Family LP, has printed John Lomax's anthology 'Smoky Mountain Ballads ' like it were one of the tunes by using the same typesetting in the Tune Discussions.
http://vimeo.com/12379911 - Kirk McGee interview from " Uncle Dave Macon Program " (PBS 1980 documentary by Blaine Dunlap, Sol Korine.
It is a nice video with lots of interviews (Harkreader, Archie Macon, Pete Seeger etc.
some copies may still be left through contacting:
-or the email in the previous message perhaps.
hopefully it may later be issued through vimeo or youtube in its complete form (1 hour)