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May 3, 2003

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special Last Sessions Smithsonian Folkways SFCD-40068/71
  2. Pete Seeger: Turn! Turn! Turn! (Seeger/Ecclesiastes) Pete Seeger's Greatest Hits Columbia Legacy CK 65711
  3. Quicksilver: Sing In the Day (Grant Baynham) Plenty Strawberry MCPS SMSCD03
  4. Wild Carrot: These Songs (Temple/Funk) Hope Falling Mountain FM-1037 (540-877-2505)
  5. Mad Agnes: Let This Be My Prayer (Adrienne Jones) Magic Hour preview CD
  6. Pete Seeger: Tomorrow Is a Highway (Seeger/Lee Hays) If I Had a Hammer Smithsonian Folkways SFCD 40096
  7. Da Vinci's Notebookk: Ali McBeal (Bob Dylan/Paul Sambourin) The Life and Times of Mike Fanning DaVinci's DVN 2112 (202-828-3005)
  8. Carol Ponder: Bless Me Barbie (Susan Ellenton) Journeys Cove Struck CSM-002CD
  9. Derivative Duo: The Barbie Doll Song (Offenbach/Barbara Glenn-Susan Nivert) Opera For the Masses self no #
  10. Four Bitchin' Babes (Sally Fingerett): Don't Mess With Me (I'm Somebody's Mother) Some Assembly Required" Shanachie 8039
  11. The Capitol Steps: God Bless My SUV (Lee Greenwood/Newport-Strauss-Eaton) Between Iraq and a Hard Place CapSteps CSCD-1023 (800-733-STEP)
  12. George McCrae: America Red White and Blue (G.McCrae-Kevin Misevis) Castle Mountain no#
  13. Pat Humphries: Buy This American Car (Charlie King) Same Rain Moving Forward MFM360
  14. Da Vinci's Notebookk: Road Rage (Muller-Thym/DiCostanzo) The Life and Times of Mike Fanning DaVinci's DVN 2112
  15. Fred Eaglesmith: Mighty Big Car Ralph's Last Show Signature Sounds SIG 1265 (800-694-5354)
  16. Lynn Morris Band: Road Rage (Ron Stewart) Shape of a Tear Rounder 116 610 509-2
  17. Pete Seeger: This Old Car A Link In the Chain Columbia Legacy C2K 64772
  18. David Francey: Evening News Skating Rink Laker LAKR 1003
  19. George Carlin: The Newscast Take-Offs and Put-Ons RCA Victor LSP-3772
  20. Tom Paxton: Ain't That News Elektra 8122 73565-2
  21. Pete Seeger: Newspapermen (Vern Partlow) Gazette, Vol. 1 Smithsonian Folkways F-2501
  22. Louise Taylor: Call My Name Velvet Town Signature Sounds SIG 1276 (800-694-5354)
  23. Carla Ulbrich: A Name Is a Name (My Name is Carla) Professional Smart Aleck Official Seal OSRLCD003
  24. Gordon Lightfoot: Did She Mention My Name United Artists UAS 6649
  25. The Gibson Brothers: Where Nobody Knows My Name (Eric Gibson) Bona Fide Sugar Hill SUG-CD 3965
  26. Robin & Linda Williams: Don't Let Me Come Home a Stranger (R.Williams/J.Clark) Close As We Can Get Flying Fish FF 327
  27. The Granary Girls: Briar & the Rose (Tom Waits) Sowing Seeds Good Grains GG 2829
  28. Pete Seeger: Barbara Allen (trad) Pete Seeger's Greatest Hits Columbia Legacy CK 65711
  29. Trapezoid: Bramble and the Rose (Barbara Keith) Long Time Down This Road... Azure AZ 53003-2 (703-987-3164)
  30. The Capitol Steps: You Can't Fly With Giant Thighs (Henley-Frey/Newport-Strauss-Eaton) Between Iraq and a Hard Place CapSteps CSCD-1023
  31. Spike Jones w/ King Jackson: Come Josephine in My Flying Machine (Fred Fisher/Alfred Bryan) (Not) Your Standard Spike Jones Collection Collectors' Choice CCM-329-2 (800-923-1122)
  32. Bob Newhart: On Trains and Places Something like this. . . Warner-Rhino R2 76742
  33. Larry Penn: Bob's Train Ride A Ride On the Westbound Cookie Man CM-02 (email)
  34. Natural Bob Holdsworth: Borrowing From the Future Just Be You self no# (708-447-1006)
  35. Darryl Purpose: Late For Dinner (Purpose/Robt.Fisher) A Crooked Line Tangible 56819 (888-800-8228)
  36. John Prine: Sam Stone John Prine Atlantic 19156-2
  37. Andrew Calhoun: Goin' Down To See John Prine Tiger Tattoo Waterbug WBG0053
  38. Phil Ochs: Chords of Fame Farewells & Fantasies Elektra-Rhino R2-73518
  39. John Stewart: I Want To Be Elvis Havana Appleseed APRCD 1070
  40. The Mammals: 1952 Vincent Black Lightning (Richard Thompson) Evolver Humble Abode HAM 004
  41. Tom Russell: Modern Art Hightone HCD8154
  42. Tom Paxton: Talking Pop Art Outward Bound Elektra EKS-7317
  43. Pete Seeger: Old Devil Time Pete Living Music LMUS 0032 (Box 68, Litchfield, CT 06759)
  44. Wild Carrot: Light Enough To Find My Way (Jones-Leva) Hope Falling Mountain FM-1037
  45. Oyster Band: Bright Morning Star Rise Above Omnium OMM2032
  46. Kim & Reggie Harris and Magpie: When I'm Gone (Phil Ochs) Spoken in Love Longtail LT003-2

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:

Quicksilver, Wild Carrot, Mad Agenes, The Capitol Steps, Louise Taylor, The Gibson Brothers, David Francey, The Mammals, Tom Russell

These concerts were mentioned on the program:

The Granary Girls perform for the Lake County Folk Club at the Greenleaf Grill, 301 Greenleaf, Park City, Sunday, May 4. Keven Danzig & Kat Wooley are there May 18. 847-949-5355

Utah Phillips performs at the Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln, Sunday, May 4 at at 7, the Four Bitchin' Babes are at the school Sunday, May 11 at 4 and 7. 773-728-6000

Andrew Calhoun's last Chicago area appearence this spring is Saturday, May 10 at 7:30 at the Village Square Concert Series, 37 S. Main, Sandwich, with Pete Johnson. harpermac@prairienet.com

The Plank Road Folk Music Society presents Larry Penn, with Mark Dvorak at the Two Way Street Coffee House, 1047 Curtiss, Downers Grove, Saturday, May 10 at 8. It's a CD release celebration. Walter Craft is there May 9, Clearwater Connection, May 16 and Tom Dundee on May 23. 630-889-9121

Natural Bob & Mickey Holdsworth perform at the Universal Blend Coffeehouse at the Unitarian Church in Joliet, 3401 W. Jefferson in Joliet. 815-436-7428

Mad Agnes performs in a house concert at the home of Peter & Nancy Clark in Oak Park, Sunday, May 11. Phone 708-848-2205 for reservations and information.