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May 10, 2003

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special Last Sessions Smithsonian Folkways SFCD-40068/71
  2. Phil Ochs: The War Is Over Farewells & Fantasies Elektra-Rhino R2 73518
  3. John Roberts & Tony Barrand: Babylon Is Fallen (trad) Spencer the Rover Is Alive and Well... Swallowtail/Mill City ST-0001 (612-722-6649)
  4. Bob Franke: Waiting For Ninevah To Burn The Heart of the Flower Daring-Rounder CD3016
  5. Kismet (Julia Migenes-Dom DeLuise): Not Since Nineveh (Borodin/Robt.Wright-Geo.Forrest) Sony SK 46438
  6. The Capitol Steps: I've Grown a Culture In This Place (Lerner-Loewe/Newport-Strauss-Eaton) Between Iraq and a Hard Place CapSteps CSCD-1023 (800-733-STEP)
  7. Da Vinci's Notebookk (Bernie Muller-Thym, solo): What a Wonderful World (Weiss/Thiele) Brontosaurus DaVinci DVN 0003
  8. Four Bitchin' Babes (Debi Smith): I Don't Think I'm Gonna Like It Some Assembly Required Shanachie
    8039
  9. Songs of the Pogo: Slopposition (Norman Monath/Walt Kelly) Songs of the Pogo Reaction CD-002 (217-344-8609)
  10. Lou & Peter Berryman: I Don't Believe You Like My Shirt We Don't Talk About That Cornbelt CR800
  11. Kate O'Reilly: Sweetest Day (Miki Greenberg) Songs of Tenderness and Love private pressing
  12. James Gordon: Unspoken One Timeless Moment Borealis BCD 141 (877-530-4288)
  13. Lori Lieberman: Unsinkable Monterey Drive On 01
  14. Da Vinci's Notebookk: Another Irish Drinking Song (Sambourin/DiCostanzo) Brontosaurus DaVinci DVN 0003 (202-828-3005)
  15. James Keelaghan: Who Dies? Road Hightone HCD8101
  16. Tom Lehrer: The Irish Ballad The Remains of Tom Lehrer Rhino R2 79831
  17. Nichols & May: Mother and Son In Retrospect Mercury 314 532 373-2
  18. Lonesome Standard Time: Mother, The Queen of My Heart (Jimmie Rodgers/Hoyt Bryant) Lonesome As It Gets Sugar Hill SHCD-3839
  19. Kathryn Mostow: The Beauty In You Gratitude Tidal Wave no#
  20. Eve Goldberg: The Thing That Makes You Beautiful (Jane Voss) Crossing the Water Borealis BCD150 (877-530-4288)
  21. Tom Paxton: You're So Beautiful The Best of the Vanguard Years Vanguard 79561-2
  22. David Francey: Broken Glass Skating Rink Laker LAKR 1003
  23. Claudia Schmidt: Broken Glass Midwestern Heart Flying Fish FF 70241
  24. Anke Summerhill: Broken Glass The Roots Run Deep Independent Songwriters Group ISG5000
  25. Eric Schwartz: My Lady of the Broken Glass That's How It's Gonna Be Claritone CLAR001 (877-290-8908)
  26. Larry Penn: Ambrosia A Ride On the Westbound Cookie Man CM-02 (email)
  27. Carla Ulbrich: Candy and Gum Professional Smark Aleck Official Seal OSRLCD003
  28. Joel Mabus: Big Rock Candy Mountain (trad/arr.Mabus) Thumb Thump Fossil 1402
  29. Stan Freberg: The Sale of Manhattan Stan Freberg Presents the United States of America, Part 1 Rhino R2 72476
  30. Mickey Rooney: Manhattan (from Words & Music) (Rodgers/Hart) That's Entertainment, Pt. 2 - The Ultimate Anthology of MGM Musicals Rhino R2 72182
  31. Jennifer Warnes: First We Take Manhattan (Leonard Cohen) Famous Blue Raincoat Cypress 661-111
  32. Tom Russell: The Kid From Spavinaw Modern Art Hightone HCD8154
  33. A.J. Gundell: Mickey Mantle Hit One Out Today Collection Andes no #
  34. James Gordon: Another Big Box Store One Timeless Moment Borealis BCD141
  35. Jean Ritchie: Sweet William and Lady Margaret (trad) Ballads Smithsonian Folkways SFWCD 40145
  36. The Mammals: Lady Margaret (trad/arr. Mammals) Evolver Humble Abode HAM004 (www.themammals.net)
  37. Rosemary Clooney: Black Coffee (J.F.Burke/P.F.Webster) Crossing Jordan: Songs from the TV show Sony CK 87089
  38. Jan Smith: Rum In My Morning Coffee Tin Heart self
  39. Trifolkal: The Starbucks of County Down (trad/Trafidlo-Phillips-Seay) Tao From the Mountain Kira 2222 (540-384-7770)
  40. Gibson Brothers: Don't Forget the Coffee, Billy Joe (Tom T. Hall) Bona Fide Sugar Hill SUG-CD3965
  41. Gordon Bok: Little River (Bok/Ruth Moore) Herrings In the Bay Timberhead THD CD14
  42. Mae Robertson & Don Jackson: All Through the Night (trad) Lyric Partners LYR-4901-2 (800-490-8875)
  43. Tom Paxton: All Night Long The Things I Notice Now Elektra EKS-74043
  44. Wild Carrot: Hope (Pamela Temple / Emily Dickinson) Falling Mountain FM-1037
  45. 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:

Lori Lieberman, David Francey, Kathryn Mostow, The Mammals, Jan Smith, Gibson Brothers, Trifolkal, Gordon Bok, Wild Carrot

These concerts were mentioned on the program:

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.

James Gordon appears at the Maple Street Chapel, Main and Maple in Lombard, Saturday, May 17 at 7:30 PM. 630-629-2630

WFMT and Prairie Crossing present Da Vinci's Notebookk at the Byron Colby Barn of Prairie Crossing on Jones Pt. Road just off Route 45 in Grayslake, Saturday, May 17 at 8. It will be broadcast live on "Folkstage." It's a free concert, but you must call 847-543-1202 for reservations.

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

Four Bitchin' Babes perform at the Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln, Sunday, May 11 at 4 and 7. Miki Greenberg's Songs of Tenderness and Love with a cast of dozens including much of the O'Reilly Family is there Saturday, May 24. 773-728-6000.

The Two Way Street Coffee House, 1047 Curtiss, Downers Grove, presents Clearwater Connection, May 16 and Tom Dundee on May 23.630-889-9121

IrishFest in Chicago's Gaelic Park, 6119 W. 147th St., Oak Forest, presents Tommy Makem, The Makem Brothers, The Fenians and others, May 23-26. 708-687-9323