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September 6, 2003

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special Last Sessions Smithsonian Folkways SFCD-40068/71
  2. Finest Kind: The Times They Are A-Changin' (Bob Dylan) Silks & Spices Fallen Angle FAM 05
  3. The Weavers: Wasn't That a Time (Lee Hays/W.Lowenfels) Vanguard VCD4-147/50
  4. The Albion Band: Time To Ring Some Changes (Richard Thompson) Rise Up Like the Sun Carthage CGLP 4431
  5. John McCutcheon: Time Has Made a Change In Me Sprout Wings and Fly Rounder CD 0406
  6. Ed Miller: Generations of Change (Matt Amour) At Home With the Exiles Greentrax CDTRAX 089
  7. Martin Simpson: Wild Bill Jones (trad/arr.M.Simpson) Righteousness & Humidity Red House RHRCD169
  8. Bill Jones: Diddling set: Jenny Dang the Weaver / The Dark Mill / Paddy's Trip To Scotland (trad/arr.B.Jones, et.al, except words to The Dark Mill by B.Jones) Two Year Winter Compass 7 43662
  9. James Conway w/ Dennis Cahill: Ash Plant / Black-haired Lass / Wise Maid (trad) Mouth Box Mouth Box 3ME399940CD
  10. Gillian Welch: Wayside/Back In Time Soul Journey Acony ACNY-0305
  11. Bob Dylan: Tomorrow Is a Long Time Greatest Hits, Volume II Columbia KG- 31120
  12. Grace Griffith: The Sands of Time (Jennifer Cutting) Blix Street G2-10078 (800-851-5825)
  13. Finest Kind: The Maple Leaf Forever (Alexander Muir/Shelly Posen-Ian Robb) Silks & Spices Fallen Angle FAM 05
  14. The Art Morrow Singers: O Canada (PD) Anthology of Canadian Music Radio Canada Int. ACM39CD
  15. The Arrogant Worms: We Are the Beaver (McCormick-Patterson-Strong) Semi-Conducted ArrogantWorms AW-2002
  16. Eva Cassidy: American Tune (Paul Simon) Blix Street G2-10079
  17. Rod MacDonald: For the Good Of America Recognition Wind River WR4028CD
  18. Noel Coward: I Like America The Noel Coward Album Columbia MDK 47253
  19. Mickey Newbury: An American Trilogy: Dixie / Battle Hymn of the Republic / Hush Little Baby (trad/arr.-adapt.M.Newbury) Looks Like Rain - Live at Montezuma Hall Elektra 7E-2007
  20. Doc w/ Merle Watson Southbound (Merle Watson) The Watson Family Smithsonian Folkways CDSF 40012
  21. Dave Potts: One Night In the South Looking Up LUR0301
  22. Woody Allen: Down South Standup Comic Rhino R2 75721
  23. Martin Simpson: The Devil's Partiality (Gallivan Burwell) Righteousness & Humidity Red House RHRCD169
  24. Mark Dvorak: Sloop John B (trad) The Streets of Old Chicago Depot DEP-021
  25. Cleveland Simmons Group (rec. A.Lomax, Bahamas, 7/35): Sloop John B (trad) Alan Lomax Popular Songbook Rounder 82161-1863-2
  26. David Knutson & The Mrs. Ackroyd Band: Sloop John A (Les Barker) Tubular Dogs Mrs Ackroyd DOG 014
  27. Matt Watroba: Get Up and Go (Pete Seeger) The Best Is Yet To Be Ledgewood LW 8312CD
  28. Helen Bonchek Schneyer: Old and Gray and In the Way (L.R.Billings/P.J. Downey, PD) Sacred, Somber & Silly Straight Arrow SAR9104 (email)
  29. Jennifer Armstrong: Sweet Cider Vinegar The Leaves Entwine Depot DEP-014
  30. Michael Smith: The Princess and the Frog Such Things Are Finely Done Tales From the Tavern 019
  31. Maighread & Triona Ni Dhomhnaill w/ Donal Lunny: Tidy Ann (trad/arr.Ni Dhomhnaill-Lunny) Between the Two Lights Green Linnet GLCD 3136
  32. Danu: Uncle Rat (trad/arr.Danu) All Things Considered Shanachie 78049
  33. Mustard's Retreat: Sandy Raccoon (trad) 5 Miles or 50,000 Years Mustard's Retreat MR004
  34. Norbury & Finch: Toad's Lament (Joanna Finch) Tease For Two no label
  35. Martin Simpson: Georgie (trad/arr.M.Simpson) Righeousness & Humidity Red House RHRCD169
  36. Lead Belly: The Gallows Pole (rec. A.Lomax NYC 11/38) (trad-Lead Belly) Alan Lomax Song Book Rounder 82161-1863-2
  37. Silly Sisters (June Tabor): Geordie (trad/arr.Prior-Tabor) Silly Sisters Chrysalis CHR-1101
  38. Matt Watroba: Geritol Gypsy (Peter Krug) The Best Is Yet To Be Ledgewood LW 8312CD
  39. Lou & Peter Berryman: Million Miles The Pink One Cornbelt CD 14
  40. Groovelily: The Odometer Song (Brendan Milburn) Just the Three Of Us" self
  41. Kris Kristofferson: Road Warrior's Lament Broken Freedom Song Oh Boy OBR-025 (800-521-2112)
  42. Deidre McCalla: If God Only Knew Playing For Keeps Maiden Rock MRK 3050
  43. Robinella and the CC Stringband: Hold To God's Unchanging Hand (trad) Robinella and the CC String Band Columbia CK 87102
  44. John Flynn: Not With my Jesus Dragon Metta/Four no #
  45. Kim & Reggie Harris and Magpie: When I'm Gone (close) (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:

Martin Simpson*, Bill Jones, Finest Kind, Gillian Welch, The Arrogant Worms, Dave Potts, Rod MacDonald, Grace Griffith, Eva Cassidy, Michael Smith, Lou & Peter Berryman, Kris Kristofferson, Diedre McCalla, John Flynn

*CD of the Week - Martin Simpson: Righteousness & Humidity

These concerts were mentioned on the program:

Matt Watroba at Bill's Blues, 1029 Davis St., Evanston, Sunday, September 7 at 7. 847-424-9800

Jennifer Armstrong at St. Luke's Church, 939 Hinman, Evanston, concert, Friday, September 12 at 8; workshop - Waging Peace-- In Our Hearts and Our World, Saturday, September 13 at 9:30 AM. 847-869-9447 / email
Jennifer Armstrong also will perform an afternoon concert, Sunday, September 14 at CelticFest in Grant Park near Columbus & Jackson.

CelticFest, Saturday & Sunday, September 13-14 also features Natalie MacMaster, Cherish the Ladies and a dozen others.

Danu will be at Fitzgerald's, 6615 Roosevelt Rd., Berwyn, Tuesday, September 9. 708-788-2118 / www.fitzgeraldsnightclub.com

Changing of the Leaves Festival, Pilcher Park Nature Center, 2501 Highland Park Drive, Joliet, Saturday-Sunday, October 11-12 from 10A-6P, featuring a workshop with Mark Dvorak and Old Town School of Folk Music staff Saturday afternoon, and Mark Dvorak in concert Saturday, October 11 at 6.