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October 20, 2001

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special Last Sessions SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS SFCD-40068/71
  2. Tom Chapin - John McCutcheon - Michael Mark: Follow the Light private pressing
  3. Second Opinion: A Seat At the Table (S.Potter/P.Madden-Roth) Final Stop Second Opinion SECOP004 (907 Britten Ave., Lansing, MI 48910)
  4. John McCutcheon: Calling All the Children Home Supper's On the Table... Rounder 1166-11612-2
  5. Shel Silverstein: You're Always Welcome At Our House Inside Folk Songs Atlantic 8072
  6. Claudia Schmidt: Coming Home To You Midwestern Heart Flying Fish FF 70241
  7. Kitty Donohoe: No One On This Road This Road Tonight Roheen R005 (PO Box 3070, Ann Arbor, MI 48106)
  8. Dervish: The Kilavill Set Decade Compass 7 4326 2
  9. New Lost City Ramblers: Skip To My Lou (trad) There Ain't No Way Out Smithsonian Folkways SFCD40098
  10. David Massengill: My First Kiss Culture Hurts private pressing
  11. Jean Ritchie: story: a molasses stir-off and my first kiss; song: Gonna See My True Love (trad) Singing Family of the Cumberlands Riverside RLP12-653
  12. Si Kahn / Laurie Lewis: First Time Lover (Kahn) Been a Long Time SLICED BREAD CDSB71202 (704-332-3090)
  13. David Massengill: Culture Hurts private pressing
  14. Anna Russell: The French Horn Anna Russell, Encore (?) Sony SFK 60316
  15. Kitty Donohoe: Do What You Love This Road Tonight Roheen R005
  16. Fred Holstein: Night Rider's Lament (M.Burton) Fred Holstein: A Collection Holstein no#
  17. John McCutcheon & Tom Chapin: Doing My Job (McCutcheon) Doing Our Job Rounder CD0411
  18. Special Consensus: Santa Fe Train Roads & Rails Shy Town STR-CD-1001 (5019 Crain, Skokie, IL 60077)
  19. Raisin Pickers: On the Atchison Topeka and the Santa Fe (H.Warren/J.Mercer) Palm Trees Huttmann HCCD001 (313-428-8512)
  20. Tom Russell: The Sante Fe at Midnight Borderland Hightone HCD8132
  21. New Lost City Ramblers: Talking Hard Luck (trad) The Early Years 1958-1962 Smithsonian Folkways CDSF40036
  22. Kingston Trio: Hard Ain't It Hard (Woody Guthrie) Everybody's Talking Folk Era FE1464CD
  23. Kim Wallach: Nothin' Comes Easy Where Does Love Come From? Black Socks 20 (PO Box 417, Harrisville, NH 03450)
  24. Janis Ian: Society's Child Philadelphia Folk Festival 40th Anniversary SLICED BREAD SB74440
  25. Original Cast: You've Got To Be Carefully Taught (Rodgers/Hammerstein) South Pacific Columbia SK 60722
  26. HARP (Arlo Guthrie): Oh Mom A Time To Sing Appleseed APRCD1054
  27. Alix Dobkin: New Ground Yahoo Australia! Ladyslipper WWWA06 (800-643-6044)
  28. INTERVIEW WITH NORA GUTHRIE about the new recording Daddy-0 Daddy children's songs by Woody Guthrie(on Rounder Records), including these songs:

    • Kim Wilson: Bigger
    • Billy Bragg & The Blokes: Dry Bed
    • Cissy Houston: Little Seed

  29. Mechnicy Shanty: Herzogin Cecille (trad) Live '97 Zaiks PK001
  30. Frankie Gavin: Free and Easy (trad) Fierce Traditional Tara TARACD 4011
  31. David Massengill: My Hometown Culture Hurts self
  32. Iris DeMent: Our Town Infamous Angel Philo CDPH 1138
  33. Ross Altman: Many Thousands Gone (trad/Altman) Grey Goose no# (323-931-9321)
  34. Maria Dunn: God Bless Us Everyone For a Song Distant Whisper MARCD02
  35. Kim & Reggie Harris & Magpie: When I'm Gone (Phil 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 ( ).

Kitty Donohoe, David Massengill, Maria Dunn, HARP, Kim Wallach, Frankie Gavin

These concerts were mentioned on the program:

The HotHouse Harvest Festival features Rosalie Sorrels, Tish Hinojosa, Sons of the Never Wrong, Sones de Mexico and others Tuesday, October 23-Thursday, October 25 at 31 E. Balbo, Chicago. 312-362-9707

David Massengill performs at the Two Way Street Coffee House, 1047 Curtiss, Downers Grove, Friday, October 26. 630-969-9720

Janis Ian, and Richie Havens perform at the Old Town School of Folk Music, Saturday, October 27 at 7 and 10. The New Lost City Ramblers will perform there on November 3 at 7 & 10. Loudon Wainwright III is there Sunday, October 28. 4544 N. Lincoln, 773-728-6000

The World Folk Music Co. presents Special Consensus at Ridge Academy, 2501 W. 103rd St., Chicago, Saturday, October 27. 773-779-7059

Frankie Gavin performs at Chief O'Neills, 3471 N. Elston, Chicago, Thursday, November 8. 773-583-3066

Shanties Chicago 2001 takes place October 26-27 at the St. Patrick's Performing Arts Center, 5900 W. Belmont at 7 each evening featuring Polish shanty groups Stare Dzwony and Mechanicy Shanty, Forebitter from Mystic Seaport, CT, and Tom & Chris Kastle, Lee Murdock, and Mlynn. There will also be an informal shanty sing on the 28th at the Corinthian Yacht Clbu in Belmont Harbor. 773-774-7216

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