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February 1, 2003

  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special Last Sessions Smithsonian Folkways SFCD-40068/71
  2. Mark Haines & Tom Leighton: That's the Way That the World Goes 'Round (John Prine) Hand To Hand Borealis BCD 136 (877-530-4288)
  3. Joe Jencks: Kiss Me Twice What Kind of Brother Turtle Bear TBR 1101002-1 (877-485-2479)
  4. Open Road: What a Way To Go (Jim Munday) Cold Wind Rounder 821 610510 2
  5. Bill Bourne & Shannon Johnson: Nothin' To Do But Sing This Song Victory Train Free Radio FRCD001
  6. John McCutcheon & Tom Chapin: Well May the World Go (Pete Seeger) Doin' Our Job Rounder CD 0411
  7. Red Clay Ramblers: Merchants Lunch (Thompson-Craver) Twisted Laurel Flying Fish FF70055
  8. Robert Klein: School Lunch Child of the 50s Brut Buddah 6001
  9. Shel Silverstein: Beans Taste Fine Inside Folk Songs Atlantic 8072
  10. Bluegrass Mountaineers: Going To Georgia (Ralph Stanley) First Quality DS-104
  11. Gamble Rogers: Georgia State Patrol / Deep Gap Salute Philadelphia Folk Festival - 40th Anniversary (a compilation) Sliced Bread SB74440
  12. The Freight Hoppers: Hell Broke Loose In Georgia (trad) Waiting For the Gravy Train Rounder 11661-0433-2
  13. Ray Charles: Georgia On My Mind (Hoagy Carmichael / Stuart Gorrell) Ray Charles Ultimate Hits Collection Rhino R2 75644
  14. Suzanne McDermott: In Perfect Time The Glory Continental Song City 1032
  15. Mustard's Retreat: The Fishing Video (Hough/Tamulevich) A Resolution of Something Mustard's Retreat no#
  16. Sally Fingerett: Ten Pound Bass My Good Company Shanachie 8033
  17. Joel Rafael Band: Talking Fishing Blues (Woody Guthrie) Woodeye IR71412
  18. Martin & Jessica Ruby Simpson: The Mermaid (trad-Simpson/Jessica Simpson) Red Roses Thunderbird TBR4001CD
  19. Kate MacLeod & Kat Eggleston: The Two Sisters (trad) Drawn From the Well Wind River WR4023CD (877-365-5372)
  20. The Golden Ring: Rollin' A-Rollin' (Child #10-trad) A Gathering of Friends For Making Music Folk-Legacy CD-16
  21. Charlie King & Karen Brandow: Terror On Sesame Street (King) Puppet Town Vaguely Reminiscent VRS9019 (email)
  22. Magpie: I Trust the People! (Greg Artzner - Terry Leonino) Sliced Bread demo
  23. Paul Geremia: Diggin' Uncle Sam's Backyard Live From Uncle Sam's Backyard Red House RHRCD101
  24. Eddie C. Campbell: Poison Ivy (Mel London) King of the Jungle Rooster R2606
  25. Hermione Gingold: The Borgias Are Having An Orgy (John Jowitt) La Gingold DRG Archive MRS 902
  26. Glenn Ohrlin: A Cowboy's Life (trad) A Cowboy's Life Rounder CD 0420
  27. T.J. Casey: Cowboy's Paradise Blue Montana Skies Fraternity 62094-85
  28. Art Thieme: Night Rider's Lament (Michael Burton) Songs of the Heartland Kicking Mule KM 148
  29. Melvin Goins: I Know You're Married (Don Reno/Marc Magah) Light In the Window Again Rooster no#
  30. The Weavers: You Old Fool (trad/arr.Weavers) Wasn't That a Time Vanguard VCD4-147/50
  31. Nichols & May: Adultery In Retrospect Mercury 314 532 373-2
  32. Original Off-Broadway Cast: Fugue For a Menage a Trois (Hank Beebe/Bill Heyer) Tuscaloosa's Calling Me (But I'm Not Going) Vanguard VSD-79376
  33. Terence Martin: Interstate Sleeper Good Dog GD0004
  34. The Short Sisters: The L&N Don't Stop Here Anymore (Jean Ritchie) Love and Transportation Black Socks BS24
  35. David A. Alberding: Way Back Way Back Alberding AP001
  36. Kolorit: Mariika Mama Dumashe (composer unknown) demo
  37. The Klezmatics: Freyt Aykh, Yidlekh (trad/London/Klezmatics) Klezfest (a compilation) ARC EUCD 1763)
  38. Bob Dylan: Just Like a Woman Live 1975 Columbia Legacy C2K87047
  39. Joe Jencks: What Kind of Brother What Kind of Brother Turtle Bear TBR 1101002-1
  40. Connie Kaldor: Jerks One of These Days Coyote WRC1-1317
  41. Debbie Diedrich: Don't Call Me Honey Ninety Miles Out West Broadway 70007-2
  42. Dar Williams: February Mortal City Razor and Tie RT 2821-2
  43. Paul Robeson: Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes (trad/arr.Robt.Decormier) Ballad For Americans and great songs of faith, love and patriotism Vanguard VCD 117/18
  44. Red Clay Ramblers: Hot Buttered Rum (CW Thompson) Chuckin' the Frizz Flying Fish FF089
  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)

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RICH'S PICKS:
Mark Haianes & Tom Leighton, Suzanne McDermott, Joel Rafael Band, Kate MacLeod & Kat Eggleston, Terence Martin, Short Sisters, Joe Jencks
These concerts were mentioned on the program:

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 C. 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 C. 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.

Somebody Else's Troubles at Lucille's first anniversary concert featuring Jim Craig, Kat Eggleston, Fred Holstein, Mick Scott, Chris Farrell, Donna Adler, Mark Dvorak, Barbara Barrow, Chris Walz, The Cowboys and others, Sunday, February 9 at 6. No cover, dinner is available.

Paul Geremia at Hogeye Folk Arts Limited, Saturday, February 15 at 7:30 at the Lake Street Church, Lake and Chicago Avenues, Evanston. 847-475-6165

Melvin Goins with Windy Mountain Bluegrass Band athe the American Legion Hall, 1030 Central Street, Evanston, Sunday, February 16 at 2:30 PM. 847-251-0574 or email.

John McCutcheon in concert at the Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln, Sunday, February 23 at 3. 773-728-6000