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98.7 WFMT CHICAGO HOST CHICAGO PLAYLISTS NATIONAL PLAYLISTS QUESTIONS
 
November 17, 2001

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special Last Sessions SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS SFCD-40068/71
  2. David Roth: May the Light of Love Rising In Love Folk Era FE 1410CD
  3. Jim Post w/ Tom Dundee & Mick Scott: The Medley: Stand In the Light of Life and Love (Post) / Don't Look For Love (Thom Bishop) / If My Life Were a Book (Dundee) / A Delicate Balance (Dundee) Stand In the Light (reprise) (Earl of Old Town - August 7, 1975) WFMT recording
  4. Joe Hickerson & ensemble: Bright Morning Stars (trad) (Gerry Armstrong Memorial 10/31/99) WFMT recording
  5. Lee Murdock: Red Iron Ore (trad) / Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald (G.Lightfoot) Voices Across the Water Depot DEP-020 (630-557-2742)
  6. Camille West: The Nervous Wreck of Edna Fitzgerald Mother Tongue Mother Tongue MTCD102
  7. Ross Altman: Stuck Inside of Afghanistan private pressing (323-931-9321)
  8. Jimmie Driftwood: Battle of New Orleans Newly Discovered Early American Folk Songs RCA Victor LPM-1635
  9. Greg Trafidlo: (I Got Stuck Behind) Buford Old Dog, New Tracks Kira 1066 (540-586-5000)
  10. Odetta: How Long (Lead Belly) Lookin For a Home M.C. Records MC-0044 (631-754-9725)
  11. Bob & Ray: Slow Talker The Two and Only Columbia S 34012
  12. Hilary Spencer: Slowing Down to Lethargy trad/Toby Fagenson) Afterimage Strawberry SMSCD02
  13. Bryan Bowers: Give Me the Roses (Jimmy Martin/Paul Williams) Friend For Life Flying Fish 18964-0675-2
  14. Megon McDonough: God Grant Me the Serenity (McDonough/trad) Year By Year, Hour By Hour, Minute By Minute, Second By Second private pressing
  15. David Lewis: You Don't Have to Lose For Now Appleseed APRCD1057 (630-701-5755)
  16. Suzanne Buirgy: Shooting Stars A Small World Attune 20903-2
  17. The Cantrells: Shooting Stars (E. Cantrell) Dancing with the Miller's Daughter Sombrero SRCD-7795 (800-FIDDLIN)
  18. Sons Of the Never Wrong: Comet (S.Demel) One If By Hand Gadfly 268 (888-9GADFLY)
  19. Stan Freberg: Pilgrim's Progress / The Thanksgiving Story Stan Freberg Presents the United States of America, Vol. 1 Rhino R2 72476
  20. John McCutcheon-Tom Chapin-Michael Mark: Follow the Light private pressing
  21. Tom Paxton: The Bravest private pressing
  22. Ross Altman: Many Thousands Gone private pressing
  23. Carrie Newcomer: I Heard An Owl private pressing
  24. Lori Lieberman: America (The Letter) private pressing
  25. Kitty Donohoe: There Are No Words private pressing
  26. 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 ( ).

RICH'S PICKS:
Odetta, Hilary Spencer, David Lewis
These concerts were mentioned on the program:

Greg Trafidlo performs at the Two Way Street Coffee House, 1047 Curtiss, Downers Grove, Friday, November 23 at 8:45. 630-969-9720

Lee Murdock with the Blue Water Band presents his annual Christmas Ship concert at the McAninch Arts Center of the College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Saturday, November 24. Voices of Winter with Anne Hills, Priscilla Herdman and Cindy Mangsen are there January 11. 630-942-4000.

Bryan Bowers performs at the Folk-Lore Center. 29 W 140 Butterfield Rd., Warrenville, November 24 at 8. 630-393-1247

Bonnie Koloc, Dave Moore and Chucky Suchy perform at the Old Town School of Folk Music, Saturday, December 1 at 10. (7:30 show sold-out). Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum are there Sunday, December 2 at 7.773-728-6000

Acoustic Renaissance Concerts presents John Westley Harding, and David Lewis, Saturday, December 1 at 8 at the Hinsdale Unitarian Church, 17 W. Maple. 708-802-0236

Jamie O'Reilly with Michael Smith perform at a house concert in Oak Park, December 16 at 2. Phone 708-848-2205 for location and reservations.

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