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October 1, 2005

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special (theme) Last Sessions Smithsonian Folkways SFCD-40068/71
  2. Sylvia Herold & Euphonia: Fannario (trad) Lovely Nancy Tuxedo TUXCD927
  3. Amy Rigby: Needy Men Little Fugitive Signature Sounds SIG1293
  4. Will Danforth: My Needs Will Be Met Grey Dawn Breaking Namaste 104
  5. Taj Mahal: You're Gonna Need Somebody on Your Bond (Blind Willie Johnson, arr.Taj Mahal) The Essential Taj Mahal Columbia Legacy C2K 94967
  6. Eric Bogle: Do You Know Any Dylan? (with intro) At This Stage: The Live Collection Greentrax CDTRAX286
  7. National Lampoon (Christopher Guest): Those Fabulous Sixties Radio Dinner Blue Thumb BTS-38
  8. The Chenille Sisters: Blowin' in the Wind (A Female Perspective) (Dylan/parody by Dawdy-Huber-Morand) Haute Chenille, a Retrospective Red House RHRCD 81
  9. James Gordon: Men Don't Clean Toilets Songs from Basic Black Pipe Street PSR1
  10. Lou & Peter Berryman: Dust the Piano Some Days Cornbelt CR16
  11. Jack Williams: O, Chain Lightnin' (single) Wind River WR4036CD
  12. Rory Block: High Water Everywhere (Charlie Patton) From the Dust Telarc CD-83614
  13. Richard Shindell: Money for Floods Reunion Hill Shanachie 8027
  14. Lou & Peter Berryman: Household Fluids Some Days Cornbelt CR16
  15. Mark Dvorak: The Reek and the Rambling Blade (trad) The Streets of Old Chicago Depot DEP021
  16. The Lily Bros. & Don Stover: John Hardy (trad, arr.Carter Family) Bluegrass at the Roots - 1961 Smithsonian Folkways SFWCD 40158
  17. Dave Van Ronk: Hang Me, Oh Hang Me (trad) Inside Dave Van Ronk Fantasy FCD-24710-2
  18. Danny Bakan: How the Mighty Can Fall . . . And Truth Is Spectacular Sun Dog SDR 0002
  19. The Weavers: We're All Dodgin' (trad-arr.Weavers) Wasn't That a Time Vanguard VCD-147/50
  20. James Whitmore as Will Rogers: Political Parties (Rogers) Columbia 45 rpm
  21. The Lilly Bros. & Don Stover: Sinner, You Better Get Ready (trad) Bluegrass at the Roots - 1961 Smithsonian Folkways SFWCD 40148
  22. Paul Kamm & Eleanore MacDonald: The Judas Silver Like Water Freewheel FR108
  23. Tim O'Brien: Fair Flowers of the Valley (trad, arr.O'Brien) Fiddler's Green Sugar Hill SUGCD-4006
  24. Pentangle: Sovay (trad, arr.Pentangle) Sweet Child Castle 06076 1121-2
  25. Bonnie Koloc: Keep It to Yourself Visual Voice Naim 052
  26. Nathan Caswell: My Teeth Pulp Town self NC05CD
  27. Robert Klein: At the Dentist New Teeth Epic PE 33535
  28. Kate Smith: Smile, Smile, Smile (Peretti-Creatore-Weiss) Atlantic 45 rpm
  29. Anne Hills w/ Livingston Taylor: Akasha Wind (L.J.Booth) Woman of a Calm Heart Flying Fish FF 70464
  30. Andrew Calhoun: The Living and the Breathing Wind Staring at the Sun: Songs 1973-1981 Waterbug WBG0067
  31. Sons Of the Never Wrong: Wind/Tree (Sue Demel) Nuthatch Suite Gadfly 291
  32. Small Potatoes: Paco Is Dying Tonight (Rich Prezioso) Waltz of the Wallflowers Wind River WR4010CD
  33. Carrie Newcomer: La Paloma Regulars and Refugees Philo 11671-1247-2
  34. Anne Hills: A Shadow Crossing the Land Don't Explain Flying Fish FF 70608
  35. Beausoleil: Les Blues de Creve de Faim (trad-arr.BeauSoleil) L'amour ou La Folie Rhino R2 72622
  36. Liz Carroll & John Doyle: The Man With One Kidney / The Spy Czar (hornpipes) (Carroll) In Play Compass 7 4418 2
  37. Mamadou Diabate: Kira Baro (trad, arr.Diabate) Behmanka World Village 468039
  38. Tim O'Brien: California Blues (Jimmie Rodgers) Cornbread Nation Sugar Hill SUGCD-4005
  39. Suzanne McDermott: In the California Sun Souvenir Rosema Red RR-415
  40. Terence Martin: l.a. (T.Martin-Gregory Hicks) Lost Hills Good Dog GD0005
  41. Debra Cowan & John Roberts: Fearless in the Fire (Chas.Wesley, collect fr. Thomas Armstrong, PD) Dad's Dinner Pail Falling Mountain FM-1044
  42. Jeff Warner w/ Barbara Benn: Crossing the Bar (Rani Arbo/Alfred, Lord Tennyson) Jolly Tinker Gumstump 101
  43. Kate Campbell: Lay Back the Darkness Blues and Lamentations Large River LR-4104
  44. 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:

Sylvia Herold, Will Danforth, Eric Bogle, Rory Block, Lou & Peter Berryman, Paul Kamm & Eleanor MacDonald, Tim O'Brien, Andrew Calhoun, Sons of the Never Wrong, Carrie Newcomer, Liz Carroll & John Doyle, Terence Martin, Debra Cowan, Jeff Warner, Kate Campbell

CDs of the Week: Tim O'Brien: Sylvia Herold, Kate Campbell

These concerts were mentioned on the program:

BeauSoleil at Fitzgerald's, 6615 Roosevelt Rd., Berwyn, Friday, October 7. 708-788-2118

Bonnie Koloc at the Schaumburg Prairie Center for the Arts, 201 Schaumburg Ct., Schaumburg, Saturday, October 8 at 8. 847-895-3600

Sons of the Never Wrong open the Acoustic Renaissance Concert season at the Hinsdale Unitarian Church, 17 W. Maple, Hinsdale, Saturday, October 8 at 8. 708-802-0236

Anne Hills at the Hogeye Folk Arts Ltd., concert series, Lake Street Church, 607 Lake St., Evanston, Saturday, October 8 at 7:30 847-475-6165

Small Potatoes in concert for Off Square Music at the Congregational Unitarian Church, 221 Dean St., Woodstock. Saturday, October 15 at 8. 815-338-5164

Lou & Peter Berryman premier their new CD at the Maple Street Chapel, Main & Maple in Lombard, Saturday, October 15 at 7:30. 630-627-0171 / web site

Mustards Retreat at the World Folk Music Company, 1808 W. 103rd St., Chicago, Saturday, October 15 at 8. 773-779-7059

Tim O'Brien, along with Terri Hendrix & Lloyd Maines, at the Old Town School, 4544 N. Lincoln, Friday, October 28 at 7 and 10.
Eric Bogle will be there October 30. 773-728-6000

Mark Dvorak plays for the Changing of the Leaves Festival at Pilcher Park Nature Center, 2501 Highland Park Drive, Joliet, Saturday, October 15 at 6. However, there are plenty of activities and music all day. People are invited to bring instruments to the festivities as well as being welcome to sing along. 815-741-7277 / web site