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November 26, 2005

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special (theme) Last Sessions Smithsonian Folkways SFCD-40068/71
  2. Eclectricity: Sitting Out the Winter (Bill Schwarz) Language of the Heart Flying Fish FF 281
  3. Bob Franke: Thanksgiving Eve The Other Evening in Chicago Waterbug WBG66
  4. Sloan Wainwright: Illuminate Cool Morning Farkie 83707 72922
  5. Dan McKinnon: Lovers of Our Time Fields of Dreams and Glory McKinnon GRZ1405
  6. Arlo Guthrie: Remembering Alice Live in Sydney Rising Son RSR 1125-2
  7. Hot Soup: (Don't Know What Was) The Last Thing on My Mind (Tom Paxton/Sue Trainor) Soup Happens Souper SMD 049
  8. Tom Paxton: The Last Thing on My Mind (parody) (Paxton/unknown) Live in the UK Pax 008
  9. Mick McAuley & Winifred Horan w/ Donal Clancy: The Ballygar Jigs - The Ballygar Hermitage (Joe Kelly) / Mac Moran's Jig (Jerry Holland) / Jack & Maimie's (David Greenburg) Serenade Compass 7 4416 2
  10. Phil Cooper: St. Kilda's Wedding (trad) Written In Our Eyes Porcupine PPCD 2321
  11. Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham: Megan's Wedding (Finlay MacRae) / Da Herra Boys (Pat Shaw) / The Barrowburn Reel (Addie Harper) The Best of Aly & Phil Compass 7 4403 2
  12. Judy Collins: Saints and Angels in New Orleans (single, available only from iTunes) Wildflower WFL1308
  13. Paul Kaplan: Help Is on the Way
  14. Jay Mankita: They Lied Dogs Are Watching Us Dreams on Tape
  15. Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys: Dominos (David Greely/Ray Bonneville) Rounder 11661-6112-2
  16. Rick Pickren: The Call Big Strike Music BSM90905
  17. Red Molly: Long Island Cowboy (Abbie Gardner) Red Molly Red Molly 37101 03050
  18. Solas: Low Ground (Casey Neill) Waiting for an Echo Shanachie 78060
  19. Ronny Cox: Quintanaroo (R.Cox/Wndy Waldman) Live Cox 4144 94482
  20. Beatlegras: Please, Please Me (Lennon/McCartney) Beatlegras 2
  21. Mrs. Yetta Brownstein: I Want To Hold Your Hand (Lennon/McCartney) Exotic Beatles III Pele 14CD
  22. Lucy Kaplansky: I've Just Seen a Face (Lennon/McCartney) The Tide Red House RHRCD190
  23. Sue Fink: Tale of Rover Damsel in Distress Fink 83707 23200
  24. Hamilton Camp: Song of the Wandering Angus (trad/W.B.Yeats) Sweet Joy
  25. J.J. Sheridan: Blind Mary (Turlough O'Carolan) The Art of Turlough O'Carolan 1670-1738 Trigon 46780 15192
  26. Mick McAuley & Winifred Horan: After the Gold Rush (Neil Young) Serenade Compass 7 4416 2
  27. Steve Quelet: Mars Still Needs Women Flea Circus Quelet 86851-1083-2
  28. The Malvinas: Perihelic Opposition of Mars (Lisa Markley) Love, Hope + Transportation 3-Legged Dog MALV1116
  29. Donal Hinely: Giants Scuffletown ST1082
  30. Tena Moyer: Glory Days Shining Through DogRoc CAV-3069
  31. Freebo: Before the Separation (Freebo-Robt.Tepper) Poppabo PM2003
  32. Arlo Guthrie: Alice's Restaurant (The Massacree Revisited) Alice's Restaurant Rising Son RSR0010
  33. Abigail Washburn: Sometimes Song of the Traveling Daughter Nettwerk America 30423 2
  34. Tim Grimm: Sometimes Trouble Is a Gift The Back Fields Wind River WR4035CD
  35. John Jacob Niles: I'm So Glad Trouble Don't Last Always (trad-arr.Niles) John Jacob Niles Sings Folk Songs Smithsonian Folkways F-2373
  36. Hamilton Camp: Windsong Sweet Joy Beachwood BR24712
  37. Heidi Muller & Bob Webb: Sacred Ground Seeing Things Muller 53701 20052
  38. 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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Bob Franke, Sloan Wainwright, Dan McKinnon, Arlo Guthrie (Live in Sydney), Tom Paxton, McAuley & Horan, Solas, Phil Cooper, Rick Pickren, Hamilton Camp, Tena Moyer, Freebo, Abigail Washburn, Tim Grimm, Heidi Muller & Bob Webb

CD of the Week: Arlo Guthrie Live in Sydney

These concerts were mentioned on the program:

21 Songs of Thanksgiving with Terry MacNamara, Cat Catalani, Sue Fink and 10 others perform a benefit for the New Orleans Musicians' Clinic, Sunday, November 27 at 7 at Schuba's, 3159 N. Southport, Chicago. 773-525-2508
Abigail Washburn is at Schubas on December 11.

Rick Pickren performs for Hogeye Folk Arts, Lts., Saturday, December 3 at 7 at the Unitarian Church of Evanston, 1330 Ridge Ave. 847-6165

Ronny Cox, along with Small Potatoes, performs at the Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln, Sunday, December 4 at 7. 773-728-6000

Bringing Back the Music - Benefiting Victims of Katrina

Arlo Guthrie and friends will travel the Amtrak City of New Orleans train for twelve days in December, performing along the way to benefit the small venues in the train's namesake city that were destroyed by Hurricane Katrina.

Arlo & Friends will start at The Vic Theatre in Chicago on Dec. 5 and arrive in New Orleans to perform at Tipitina's on Dec. 17th. Arlo, his son Abe with his band, Xavier, and daughter Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion, will hold seven concerts along the route. Some of Arlo's friends will step aboard along the way, including Guy Davis, Ramsay Midwood, Kevn Kinney with Drivin' n' Cryin', John Flynn and The Burns Sisters, riding on this "southbound odyssey."

Mon. Dec. 5: The Vic Theatre, 3145 N. Sheffield Ave., Chicago, Ill. 7 p.m.
Wed.Dec. 7: Lincoln Cultural Center, 240 S. Warren Ave., Kankakee, Ill. 7 p.m.
772-589-1774 or email train2NO@risingson.com.