Keeping Records — Chapter 1

Dal looks back at his hometown of Stony Gap, NC, and to his musical beginnings. (4 min)

Keeping Records — Chapter 2

A history of the town emerges before Dal leaves for New York City. (9 min)

Keeping Records — Chapter 3

The city provides an exhilarating backdrop as Dal steps into its music scene. (6 min)

Keeping Records — Chapter 4

Aunt Louise, her Wurlitzer, and the power of harmony inspire Dal. (6 min)

Keeping Records — Chapter 5

The bulletin board at New York School of Sound sets Dal on a new course. (7 min)

Keeping Records — Chapter 6

As he travels to Brooklyn to meet Sibyl, Dal remembers his father. (8 min)

Keeping Records — Chapter 7

Brooklyn bustles with activity, and Sibyl becomes another of the city's seductions. (7 min)

Keeping Records — Chapter 8

Sibyl inspires the first song he writes in New York. (9 min)

Keeping Records — Chapter 9

Roper Watkins moves his wife, Dahlia, and their son, Nehemiah, to Stony Gap. (10 min)

Keeping Records — Chapter 10

Recording begins at Downtown Sound on Mercer Street. (9 min)

Keeping Records — Chapter 11

The Keepings move out to the old Lowder Farm, and Dal meets Nehemiah for the first time. (9 min)

Keeping Records — Chapter 12

It looks like Ronnie Yoshida ends the garbage strike of 1968. (7 min)

Keeping Records — Chapter 13

Pop's scheme establishes the Keeping legacy. (8 min)