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June 2, 2001

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special Last Sessions SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS SFCD-40068/71
  2. Michael Cooney: Cindy (trad) Still Cooney After All These Years Front Hall FHR-304CD (800-759-1775)
  3. The Freight Hoppers: Backstep Cindy (trad) Waiting on the Gravy Train Rounder 11661-0433-2
  4. Jock Tamson's Bairns: Woo'd and Married and A' (Alexander Ross,PD) May You Never Lack a Scone Greentrax CDTRAX 206
  5. Tom Lehrer: She's My Girl The Remains of Tom Lehrer Rhino R2 79831
  6. The Jews Brothers: She's My Girl (Hershal) My Yiddish Swing Rouge RRCD 1005
  7. The Kennedys: Life Is Large (Pete & Maura Kennedy) Positively Live! JiffyJam 2001 (PO Box 8461, Reston, VA 20195)
  8. Andrew McKnight: Nothin' But a Man Turning Pages Falling Mountain FM-1031
  9. Fred Eaglesmith: Pretty Good Guy Ralph's Last Show Signature Sounds SIG 1265 (800-694-5354)
  10. Original London Cast: I'm An Ordinary Man (Loewe/Lerner) My Fair Lady Columbia Legacy SK 60539
  11. Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer: Ordinary Town Drum Hat Buddha Signature Sounds SIG 1266
  12. Larry Penn: End of Train Device The Rose Tattoo - Trains, Tramps, & Traditions (a compilation of artists) Cookie Man CM-01 (414-483-7306)
  13. Norman Blake: The Weathered Old Caboose Behind the Train Chattanooga Sugar Babe Shanachie 6027
  14. Michael Johnson: There Is a Breeze (Mark Henley) There is a Breeze Atco SD 7028
  15. Kate Wolf: Breezes (Wolf/Kilberg) Breezes Gadfly 210
  16. Ian & Sylvia: Four Strong Winds (Ian Tyson) Greatest Hits Vanguard VCD-5/6
  17. Capitol Steps: How Do You Solve a Problem Like Scalia? (Rodgers/Newport-Strauss) One Bush Two Bush Old Bush New Bush Capitol Steps CSCD-1021 (800-733-STEP)
  18. The Conception Corporation: Famous Judges School Conceptionland Cotillion SD 5051
  19. Cooper & Nelson: Here's Adieu to All Judges and Juries (trad) Pretty Susan Porcupine PPCD1011
  20. Monty Python: The Judges The Worst/Best of Monty Python Buddah BDS-5656-2
  21. Original Broadway Cast: The Supreme Court Judges (G&I Gershwin) Of Thee I Sing Capitol T 11651
  22. Harry Chapin: Greyhound Story of a Life Rhino R2 75875
  23. Billy Jonas: The Bus Life So Far Bang-a-Bucket BAB 1003-2 (800-476-6240)
  24. Lucinda Williams: Bus To Baton Rouge Essence Lost Highway 088 170 197-2
  25. Frank Proffitt: Gyps of David (trad) Frank Proffitt of Reese, NC. Folk Legacy CD-1 (PO Box 1148, Sharon, CT 06069)
  26. Debra Cowan: Dark-Skinned Davey (trad. via HMT Cargill) The Songs and Ballads of Hattie Mae Tyler Cargill Folk Legacy CD-128
  27. The Clancy Bros. & Tommy Makem: Whistling Gypsy Rover (trad/arr.Makem) Reunion Shanachie/Ogham BLB5009
  28. Curtis & Loretta: Half Empty/Half Ful (L.Simonet) Gone Forever Haymarket HM-105 (612-781-9537)
  29. Sandy Ross: Half Empty/Half Full Portraits of Innocence SLR no# (18149 Ventura Blvd., #217, Tarzana, CA 91356)
  30. Lou & Peter Berryman: Full Drawers, Empty Arms Your State's Name Here Cornbelt CR 500
  31. Dar Williams: As Cool As I Am What Do You Hear In These Sounds Razor and Tie RTS 737
  32. John Prine: Everything Is Cool The Missing Years Oh Boy OBR-009CD
  33. Del Close & John Brent: Cool How To Speak Hip Mercury SR-61245
  34. Greg Brown: One Cool Remove One Big Town Red House RHRCD 28
  35. Ella Jenkins: This Train (trad) Seasons For Singing Smithsonian Folkways SFWCD 45031
  36. Bruce Brackney: The Kettle Valley Line (Ean Hay) The Rose Tattoo: Trains, Tramps, & Traditions Cookie Man CM-01
  37. Frank Proffitt: Reuben Train (trad) Frank Proffitt of Reese, NC. Folk Legacy CD-1
  38. Peter, Paul & Mary: 500 Miles (Hedy West) In Concert Warner Bros. 2W-1555
  39. Michael Johnson: In the Name of God (Hugh Prestwood) Live at the Bluebird Café American Orig. AMO-4001-2
  40. Billy Jonas: God Is In Life So Far Bang-A-Bucket BAB 1003-2
  41. Andrew Calhoun: God Told Me I Could Come Water Street Hogeye HOG-002
  42. Mike Cross: The Lord'll Provide (L.Reynolds) Creme de la Cross Sugar Hill SHCD-1010
  43. Paul Simon: Still Crazy After All These Years Greatest Hits, Etc. Columbia JC 35032
  44. David Mallett: After All These Years Inches & Miles Flying Fish FF70110
  45. Ray Wylie Hubbard: After All These Years Eternal and Lowdown Philo 11671-1222-2
  46. Kim & Reggie Harris & Magpie: When I'm Gone (Ochs) Spoken in Love Long Tail LT003-2 (PO Box 5467, Takoma Park, MD 20913)

Performer is composer unless otherwise noted. Song is album title unless otherwise noted. Album titles are in italics, composers in parens ( ).

RICH'S PICKS:
Michael Cooney, The Kennedys, Andrew McKnight, Fred Eaglesmith, Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer, Capitol Steps, Bill Jonas, The Songs and Ballads of Hattie Mae Tyler Cargill, Frank Proffitt, Michael Johnson

These concerts were mentioned on the program:

Curtis & Loretta at the Folk-Lore Center, 29W140 Butterfield Rd., Warrenville, Saturday, June 9 at 8. 630-393-1247

At Ravinia in Highland Park this week: Friday, June 8: Art Garfunkel Saturday morning, June 9 at 11: Ella Jenkins with a kid's show Saturday, June 9 at 8: John Prine, Dar Williams 847-266-1500

Grand Hobo Concert in Pullman, in Chicago, Sunday, June 17 at 4 at the Pullman United Methodist Church, 11211 S. St. Lawrence Ave. The concert will feature Hobo King Luther The Jet, Banjo Fred Starner, Larry Penn, Joe Hickerson and others. 608-244-5493

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