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July 16, 2005

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special (theme) Last Sessions Smithsonian Folkways SFCD-40068/71
  2. Phil Ochs: When I'm Gone There But For Fortune Elektra 9 60832-2
  3. Tom Paxton: Don't You Let Nobody Turn You 'Round Outward Bound Elektra import 8122 76509-2
  4. Jim Post: I Love My Life self
  5. Heather Bishop: Born to Live (Ann Mortifee/Michel Legrand) Daydream Me Home Mother of Pearl MPCD010
  6. I'll Cry Tomorrow (orig. soundtrk-Susan Hayward): When the Red, Red Robin Comes Bob, Bob Bobbin' Along (Harry Woods) Stet DS 25001
  7. Danny Bakan: Here ...And Truth Is Spectacular SDR 0002
  8. Bill Cosby: Shoelaces It's True! It's True! Warner Bros. R2 74615
  9. Rooftop Singers: Shoes (Erik Darling/Bill Svanoe) Best of the Vanguard Years Vanguard 79749-2
  10. Hardscrabble Road (orig. cast-Nonie Crete): One Pair of Shoes with a Little Swoosh On It (James Gordon) Pipe Street PSR27
  11. John Prine: Taking a Walk (J.Prine-Pat McLaughlin) Fair & Square Oh Boy OBR-034
  12. Light in the Piazza (orig. cast-Mark Harelik-Victoria Clark): Let's Walk (Adam Guettel) Nonesuch 79829-2
  13. Indigo Girls: Walk Your Valley (Emily Saliers) Rarities Epic EK 94442
  14. Laura Bird: Try Walkin' Away Laura Bird with Jack Walker self
  15. Kat Eggleston: One More Step The Only Word Redwing RWMCD 5414
  16. Anne Hills: Last Day of Pompeii (Michael Smith) Don't Panic Flying Fish FF 70608
  17. The Duhks: Everybody Knows (Sharon Robinson/Leonard Cohen) The Duhks Sugar Hill SUG-CD-3997
  18. Tracy Grammer & Dave Carter: The Emperor Is Naked Today-O (Pete Seeger) If I Had a Song. . . The Songs of Pete Seeger, Vol. 2 Appleseed APRCD 1055
  19. Eliza Gilkyson: Is It Like Today (Karl Wallinger/Edmond de Vere) Paradise Hotel Red House RHRCD 187
  20. Margaret & Simon Christl: Lassie Wae the Yellow Coatie (trad/arr.Christle) House of Song self (email)
  21. Steve Goodman: Yellow Coat Steve Goodman Buddha 7446599625 2
  22. Dolly Parton: Coat of Many Colors Live and Well Sugar Hill SUG-CD 3998
  23. Mark Dvorak: Once I Had an Old Banjo (Trouble On My Mind) (trad) The Streets of Old Chicago Depot DEP-021
  24. Roscoe Holcomb: Trouble in Mind (trad) The High Lonesome Sound Smithsonian Folkways SFCD 40104
  25. The New Lost City Ramblers: Don't Get Trouble in Your Mind (trad) Vol. II, 1963-1973: Outstanding in Their Field Smithsonian Folkways SFCD 40040
  26. Stan Freberg: Trouble (Meredith Willson) Stan Freberg with the Original Cast Capitol SM-1242
  27. Paul Robeson: Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen The Essential Paul Robeson ASV CD AJS 244
  28. Steve Robinson: Favourite Enemy Away for the Day Sunshine Drench SUND002
  29. Danny Schmidt: Riddles & Lies Parables & Primes Live Once 9449-2
  30. Michael Flanders & Donald Swann: Sounding Brass At the Drop of Another Hat EMI CDS 7974642
  31. Good News (orig. soundtrk-June Allyson): The Best Things in Life Are Free (Betty Comden-Adolph Green) Sony AK 47025
  32. Michelle Shocked: Bare Necessities (Terry Gilkyson) Got No Strings Mighty Sound 20692 10082
  33. Oliver (orig. B'way cast-Bruce Prochnik): Who Will Buy? (Lionel Bart) RCA Victor 82876-51432-2
  34. Girlyman: Soldiers (H.Borofsky) Little Star Daemon DAM 10952
  35. Wishing Chair: Bully Circus (Kiya Heartwood) Underdog Terrakin TER0007
  36. Blind Arvella Gray: What Will Your Record Be (trad) The Singing Drifter Conjuroo 001
  37. Les Barker: Ode to Joy The War on Terrier Mrs. Ackroyd DOG 018
  38. Cheryl Wheeler: It's the Phone Defying Gravity Philo 11671-1240-2
  39. Grit Laskin: Hi Sal, Have You Checked Your E-mail? Earthly Concerns Borealis BCD111
  40. Tom Chapin: My Electronic Vacation (Michael Mark/Tom Chapin) Common Ground Gadfly 271
  41. Nancy Lippincott: Magpie/Ross' Reel (trad) In Folk-Us self (email)
  42. Jim Malcolm: The Lea Rig (Robt.Burns, arr.J.Malcolm) Home Beltane BELCD102
  43. Devon Sproule: Come Comet or Dove Upstate Songs City Salvage CSR06
  44. Terry Gonda w/ Frank Gonda: If I Needed You (Townes Van Zandt) Love, Lose, Repeat What Key WK005
  45. Terence Martin: Where It All Begins (T.Martin-Gregory Hicks) Lost Hills Good Dog GD0005
  46. Vance Gilbert: Alone Down Here Unfamiliar Moon Disimye 004
  47. Matt Watroba: When You Think You're Alone Jukebox Folk Ledgewood LW8412
  48. Blind Boys of Alabama: I Shall Not Walk Alone (Ben Harper) Higher Ground Realworld 7243 8 12793
  49. Carousel (orig. soundtrk-Claramae Turner): You'll Never Walk Alone (Rodgers/Hammerstein) Angel 7777-64692-2
  50. 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:

Danny Bakan, Hardscrabble Road, John Prine, Indigo Girls, Laura Bird, Kat Eggleston, Eliza Gilkyson, Margaret & Simon Christl, Danny Schmidt, Michell Shocked, Girlyman, Wishing Chair, Cheryl Wheeler, Terry Gonda, Terence Martin

CD of the Week: Danny Bakan

These concerts were mentioned on the program:

Phil Cooper, Margaret Nelson & Kate Early, at the Ravenswood Manor Park summer concert series, Manor & Eastwood, Chicago, Sunday, July 17 at 7. (free) 773-271-7127

The Woodstock Folk Festival features Mark Dvorak, Anne Hills, Rod MacDonald, Masthouse, Carol Ponder, Claudia Russell, Small Potatoes, Carole Peterson & Alvin McGovern, Hartland Express and Chuck Vandervennet, in the Woodstock City Square, Sunday, July 17, noon-6. 815-479-9933