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January 25, 2003

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special Last Sessions Smithsonian Folkways SFCD-40068/71
  2. New Broadway Cast: Man of La Mancha (Mitch Leigh / Joe Darion) Man of la Mancha RCA Victor 09026-64007-2
  3. Old Blind Dogs: Is There For Honest Poverty (Robt.Burns/arr. Old Blind Dogs) Fit? Green Linnet GLCD 1214
  4. Granary Girls: Human Frailty (Jodi Ritter) Sowing Seeds Granary Girls GG 282 (320-834-5222)
  5. Aimee Bryant w/ Larry Long: Be The Change Be the Change Stellar S-112151
  6. Frank Sinatra w/ Eddie Hodges: High Hopes (from the soundtrack of A Hole In The Head) (Jimmy Van Heusen/Sammy Cahn) Frank Sinatra In Hollywood Rhino-Reprise R278285
  7. Danny Bakan: Past Life (Bakan/Gwyneth Baillie) Dog Man Don't Cat Man Do SDR001
  8. Cheryl Wheeler: Gandhi/Buddha Different Stripe Philo 11671-1217-2
  9. Glenn Ohrlin: Reincarnation (Wally McCrae) A Cowboy's Life Rounder CD 0420
  10. Cathie Ryan: High on a Mountain (Ola Belle Reed) Somewhere Along the Road Shanachie 78947
  11. Don Rigsby: On a High, High Mountain (Charlie Moore/ Butch Robbins) A Vision Sugar Hill SHCD-3873
  12. The Mollys: On the Mountain High (trad/Nancy McCallion) This Is My Round Mollys no#
  13. Tom Lehrer: Smut The Remains of Tom Lehrer Rhino R2 79831
  14. Shelley Berman & Lovelady Powell: Cleans and Dirties (Berman) The Sex Life of the Primate Verve VDJ-5
  15. Eleni Kelakos: Cyber Sex (Folkstage - March 31, 2001) WFMT recording
  16. Shelly Berman & Lovelady Powell: More Cleans and Dirties (Berman) The Sex Life of the Primate Verve VDJ-5
  17. Noel Coward: Let's Do It (Coward/Cole Porter) The Noel Coward Album Sony MDK 47253
  18. Shelley Berman & Lovelady Powell: Cleans and Dirties Rise Again (Berman) The Sex Life of the Primate Verve VDJ-5
  19. Joyce Andersen: The Whole World Is Doin' It (Anderson/Pirozolli) Right Where I Should Be Joyscream JM 90503
  20. Jimmy LaFave: Woody Guthrie Texoma Bohemia Beat 65223-0010-2
  21. Ellis Paul: God's Promise (Woody Guthrie) The Speed of Trees Philo 11671-1242-2
  22. Eliza Gilkyson: Prayer 2000 Redemption Road Silverwave MTI-397 (800-SIL-WAVE)
  23. Slaid Cleaves: This Morning I Am Born Again (Cleaves/Woody Guthrie) Broke Down Philo 11671-1225-2
  24. Woody Guthrie: Jesus Christ (trad/Guthrie) This Land Is Your Land Smithsonian Folkways SFCD40100
  25. Still on the Hill: The Little Folk Song (Henshell/Mulhollan) private CD
  26. Greg Greenway: Don't Make Me Sing (Folkstage - December 14, 2002) WFMT recording
  27. Larry Long: Who Are the Terrorists Be the Change Stellar S-112151
  28. Savoy-Doucet Cajun Band (Marc & Ann Savoy): Reno Waltz (trad/arr.Savoy-Doucet) The Best of the Savoy-Doucet Cajun Band Arhoolie CD500
  29. Hal Bynum: Meeting In Reno If I Could Do Anything Warner Bros. 9 47024-2
  30. Mimi & Richard Farina: Reno Nevada (R.Farina) Celebrations For a Grey Day Vanguard 79174-2
  31. Andy Stewart: Rantin' Rovin Robin (Robt.Burns/arr.Stewart) Songs of Robert Burns Green Linnet GLCD 3059
  32. Jean Redpath: Rattlin, Roarin Willie (Robt.Burns/adapt-arr. Serge Hovey) The Songs of Robt. Burns, Vols. 3 & 4 Philo CDPH1188
  33. Great Big Sea: Rant and Roar (trad/arr. Great Big Sea) Great Big Sea Sire 31023
  34. Cooper - Nelson - Early: Lea Rig (Robt.Burns) Hearts Return Porcupine PPCD1716 (630-584-1262 / coopnel@aol.com)
  35. Kate Rusby: The Fairest Of All Yarrow (trad/Rigsby) Kate Rusby 10 Compass 7 4350 2
  36. Dick Gaughan: Dowie Dens o' Yarrow (trad/arr.Gaughan) Outlaws & Dreamers Appleseed APRCD1058
  37. Kristin Lems: The Fiftiess Sound Oh, Mama-plus! Carolsdatter no# (847-864-0737)
  38. Robert Klein: The Fabulous 50's Child of the 50's Buddah-Brut 6001
  39. National Lampoon: Those Fabulous Sixties Radio Dinner Blue Thumb BTS-38
  40. David Mallett: Wild In the Sixties Ambition Flying Fish CDFF 674
  41. Deidre Flint: I Miss the 70s Then Again self DF 1002
  42. Granary Girls: Herstory (Patty Kakac) Sowing Seeds Good Grains GG2829
  43. New Broadway Cast: Final Squence: The Death of Alonso Quiiana / Finale (Mitch Leigh / Joe Darion) Man of La Mancha RCA Victor 09026-64007-2
  44. Craobh Rua: A Man's a Man (R.Burns) If Ida Been Here, Ida Been There CDLDL 1296 (craobhrua_info@yahoo.com)
  45. 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 ( ).

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RICH'S PICKS:
Man of La Mancha, Cheryl Wheeler, Joyce Andersen, Kate Rusby
These concerts were mentioned on the program:

Kat Eggleston is hosting a Robert Burns Supper at Martyrs, 3855 N. Lincon, Chicago, Monday, January 27 at 6 followed by
Jim DeWan, Clodagh, Sean Ryan and Sean MacGabhann. 773-404-9494

Cathie Ryan will give an Acoustic Renaissance Concert at the Unitarian Church of Hinsdale, 17 Maple, Saturday, February 1 at 8. 708-802-0236

Phil Cooper, Margaret Nelson and Kate Early will perform for Hogeye Folk Arts athe Lake Street Chuch, Lake and Chicago Avenues in Evanston, Saturday, February 1 at 7:30. 847-475-6165

At the Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln, Chicago Saturday, February 1 at 7 & 10: A Tribute to Woody Guthrie featuring Jimmy LaFave, Ellis Paul, Eliza Gilkyson and Slaid Cleaves. 773-728-6000

The 43rd annual University of Chicago Folk Festival, February 7-9 at Mandel Hall, 57th & University, Chicago, tickets at Reynolds Club Box Office 773-702-7300

SCHEDULE OF CONCERTS:
The schedule does not necessarily indicate order of programs.

Friday, February 7, at 8:00 p.m.
Students, $7 at all times
Adults, $16 in advance, $18 at the door
Bluegrass Mountaineers
Eddie Campbell Blues Band
Pat and Ann Marie Broderick
Arna Rennan
Gary Johnston and Jim Nelson

Saturday, February 8, at 7:30 p.m.
Students, $7 at all times
Adults, $17 in advance, $19 at the door
The Savoy Family Cajun Band
Southern Pride
Kolorit
Gary Johnston and Jim Nelson
Pat and Ann Marie Broderick
Bluegrass Mountaineers

Sunday, February 8, at 6:00 p.m.
Students, $7 at all times
Adults, $13 in advance, $15 at the door
Glenn Ohrlin
Polish Highlanders
Savoy Family Cajun Band
Eddie Campbell Blues Band
Southern Pride

Tickets are available from the Reynolds Club Box Office, 773-702-7300, beginning January 21.
Exciting new ticket option; $40 buys a ticket to all three shows!

Program is subject to change; schedule does not indicate order of program. All three concerts take place in Mandel Hall, 1135 East 57th Street, on the University of Chicago campus. All other activities, including free jam sessions, dancing, and workshops, will be held in Ida Noyes Hall, 1212 East 59th Street, on Saturday and Sunday, February 8 and 9, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more Folk Festival information, visit the Folklore Society's Web site.