See copyright notice at

Adams, Derroll 
with Jack and the guy says something to Dylan like "You should come
by some time and I'll turn you on to some stuff."

I think it may be Ewan MaColl.

Date:    Tue, 28 Feb 1995 14:01:58 GMT
From:    nate (nates@LL.MIT.EDU)
Subject: Re: Don't Look Back: bald guy with Donovan's crowd

no no no.  ewan is peggy seeger's husband & wrote Springhill Disaster 
with many many others.

the guy in "Dont Look Back" is Derroll Adams, purported friend of Dominic

- nate

Date: Wed, 18 Jun 1997 21:20:01 +0200 (MET DST) To: From: ferryn patrick ( Subject: "DARYLL" ADAMS in The Bob Dylan Who's Who Yes, the bald guy with Donovan's crowd appearing in Pennebaker's "Don't look back" is definitively Derroll Adams, born in Portland, Oregon, in 1925, banjo-picker, song-writer (e.g. "Portland Town", also performed by Joan Baez and many others), poet and painter. Derroll is a long-time companion of "Rambling" Jack Elliott who he met with in Topanga Canyon in the early 50's, where Woody Guthrie stayed at Will Geer's place with friends like Cisco Houston, Pete Seeger, Odetta, Bess Lomax, Butch Hawes, Frank Hamilton, Jo Mapes, James Dean, Guy Carawan, Marsh Berman, Herbie Cohen, and many others. Derroll joined Woody Guthrie and Jack Elliott, for almost one year, singing and touring on the West Coast. Derroll is now living in Belgium. Thank you for changing "Daryll" to "Derroll" when possible. Regards, Patrick Ferryn
Feb 06 2000,  Ian Anderson Derroll Adams R.I.P. I am very sad to report that Derroll Adams passed away peacefully in hospital in Antwerp, Belgium at about 6 o'clock this morning. He was one of Europe's best loved American folk artists, having lived in the UK, France or Belgium since first coming over in the late '50s with Rambling Jack Elliott. He'll be remembered with affection by many, and there can be few who haven't heard one of his great songs, particularly Portland Town of course. Our best wishes go out to his wife Danny and daughter Rebecca. His funeral will be on Thursday 10th at 3pm Antwerp crematorium -- Ian Anderson f-Roots magazine

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