Side 1: Interview with Snooks Eaglin. Abstract for Eaglin: [00:00-24:53] Snooks Eaglin describes how he met Victor "Papa Doc" Augustine in the early 1950s. Eaglin recalls that Augustine kept musical equipment and a wire recorder in a room behind his Dryades Street shop and that many local musicians would have jam sessions there – 1:27. Eaglin and Abbott discuss various songs that Augustine composed and assorted musicians who played at his shop. Eaglin shares a story about winning a radio-sponsored talent contest as a child playing 12th Street Rag – 5:27. They mention Augustine's gospel recording on which Eaglin played, Jesus Will Fix It, and Eaglin describes how Vernon "Dr. Daddy-O" Winslow was the only local radio person to promote the song – 9:40. Abbott and Eaglin continue to discuss musicians who worked with Augustine and Augustine's ear for talent but poor business sense, which limited his success.