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February 25, 2006

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special (theme) Last Sessions Smithsonian Folkways SFCD-40068/71
  2. Janis Ian: Folk Is the New Black Rude Girl-Cooking Vinyl CKV-CD-764
  3. The Limeliters: Folk Rap (O.J.Anderson) Until We Get It Right! GNP Crescendo GNPD2266
  4. Dave Hawkins: Folksinger's Life Manchester Mornings Mountainside Audio MTA-CD 6216
  5. Tom Lehrer: We Are the Folk Song Army The Remains of Tom Lehrer Warner-Rhino R2 79831
  6. Mike Agranoff: The Modern Folk Musican (Gilbert-Sullivan/Agranoff) The Modern Folk Musician BFD102C
  7. Loudon Wainwright III: T.S.D.H.A.V. Therapy Silvertone-RCA 1203-2-J
  8. The Cottars: Miss Casey Medley: Miss Casey's Jig / The Humours of Ballinafauna (trad-arr.Allister MacGillivray) Forerunner Rounder 1161-7064-2
  9. Lunasa: Road to Barga: Timmy Collins' / Road to Barga (trad-arr.Lunasa) Compass 7 4422-2
  10. Flook: Road to Errogie: Tir Rafartaigh (Michael Ronney) / The Road to Errogie (Adam Sutherland) Haven Flatfish-World Village 468057
  11. Arlo Guthrie: This Land Is Your Land (Woody/Arlo Guthrie) Live In Sydney Rising Son RSR 1125-2
  12. John McCutcheon: It's the Economy, Stupid (McCutcheon, inspired by Wendell Berry) Mightier Than the Sword Appalsongs 2005
  13. Camelot (orig. B'way cast-Julie Andrews): What Do the Simple Folk Do? (Lerner/Loewe) Columbia SK 60542
  14. Janis Ian: Haven't I Got Eyes Folk Is the New Black Rude Girl-Cooking Vinyl CKV-CD-764
  15. Jeremy Kittel: The Wooden Furnace set: The Wooden Furnace (Kittel) / The Blackhaired Lass / Sleepy Maggie / Crowley's (trad) Roaming self JK002
  16. The Stairwell Sisters: Cindy in the Meadows (trad-arr.S.Bumgarner-E.Davis) Feet All Over the Floor Yodel-Ay-Hee 061
  17. Abigail Washburn: Backstep Cindy/Purple Bamboo (trad-arr.A.Washburn-B.Sollee) Song of the Traveling Daughter Nettwerk 0 6700 30423 2 1
  18. The Mammals: Kiss the Break of Day (Michael Merenda) Departure Signature Sounds 0123-71295-2
  19. John McCutcheon: Good Ol' Girls Mightier Than the Sword Appalsongs 2005
  20. Gamble Rogers: Airstream Trailer Orgy w/ Salt Lick Blues Sorry Is As Sorry Does Flying Fish FF362
  21. Terri Hendrix: Peggy the Goat / Celebrate the Difference (T.Hendrix/L.Maines) Celebrate the Difference Wilory Farm WR30007
  22. Jason Wilbur: King for a Day WilberTone WTR-001
  23. Erin Bode: Graceland (Paul Simon) Over and Over Maxjazz MXJ-121
  24. Steve Quelet: Vegas Elvis Flea Circus self 86851-1083-2
  25. Danu: The Wonder Hornpipe (trad) / The Impish Hornpipe (John Shehan, arr.Danu-Shehan) The Road Less Traveled Shanachie 78057
  26. Paul Mills: The Ukulele March The Other Side of the Glass Borealis BCD 171
  27. Jake Shimabukuro: Me & Shirley T. Dragon Hitchhike HRCD-1104
  28. Jeremy Taylor: Piece of Ground Live in Chicago self no#
  29. Buffy Sainte-Marie: Now That the Buffalo's Gone It's My Way! Vanguard VMD 79142
  30. Loudon Wainwright III: God's Country Here Come the Choppers Sovereign Artists SOV 1958
  31. Niamh Parsons: A Kiss in the Morning Early (trad-arr.Dennis Cahill-Graham Dunne) Heart's Desire Green Linnet GLCD 1219
  32. Cindy Mangsen: That's the Ticket (Art Thieme) Long Time Traveling Compass Rose CRM-8CD
  33. Kenneth Williams: Runcorn Splod Cobblers Song The Best of Rambing Syd Rumpo Regal Starline SRS 5034
  34. Lou & Peter Berryman: Elderlyville Some Days Cornbelt CR13
  35. Ronny Cox: Bus to Baltimore At the Sebastiani Theater Bay Sound BSR9601
  36. John Schindler: Trick of Time Memory Train self 8651-3669-2
  37. Joyce Andersen: For What Was Gained (Eric Andersen) Love & Thirst Joyscream JM-90504
  38. The Mammals: Alone on the Homestead (Michael Merenda) Departure Signature Sounds SIG-0123071295-2
  39. John McCutcheon: Jaber Crow's Silly Song About Jesus (J.McCutcheon/(Wendell Berry) Mightier Than the Sword Appalsongs 2005
  40. Mark Erelli: God Loves Everyone Hope and Other Casualties Signature Sounds SIG 1296
  41. The Mammals: Satisfied Mind (Red Hayes/Jack Rhodes) Departure Signature Sounds SIG-0123071295-2
  42. John McCutcheon: Ode to Common Things (J.McCutcheon, inspired by Pablo Neruda) Mightier Than the Sword Appalsongs 2005
  43. 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:

John McCutcheon, The Mammals, The Cottars, Flook, Lunasa, Janis Ian, Terri Hendrix, Jason Wilbur, Paul Mills, Ronny Cox, Joyce Andersen

CDs of the Week: John McCutcheon (recording of special merit), The Mammals

These concerts were mentioned on the program:

Arlo Guthrie in his 40th Anniversary Alice's Restaurant Massacree Tour performs at Symphony Center on Michigan Avenue, Tuesday, February 28 at 8 PM. 312-294-3000 / web site
The Chieftains perform at Symphony Center, Friday, March 3 at 8.

Niamh Parsons w/ Graham Dunne at the World Folk Music Company, 1808 W. 103rd St., Chicago, Friday, March 3 at 8. 773-779-7059
Michael Smith is there on Saturday, March 4.

Lou & Peter Berryman perform at Hogeye Folk Arts, Ltd., Saturday, March 11 at 7:30. Lake Street Church (?), Lake & Chicago Ave, Evanston. 847-475-6165

Jeremy Kittel performs for the Acoustic Renaissanace concert series, at the Unitarian Church of Hinsdale, 11 W. Maple, Hinsdale, Saturday, March 11 at 8. 708-802-0236

Loudon Wainwright III, along with Jake Shimabukuro, perform at the Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln, Chicago, Saturday, March 11 at 10 PM. (7 PM show sold-out)
Danu, along with Chatham County Line, perform at the Old Town School, Sunday, March 12 at 4 and 7 PM.
773-728-6000

Jeremy Taylor performs a LilFest House Concert in Wilmette, Friday, March 10 at 8. email
Jeremy Taylor also performs at the First Methodist Church, Chicago Temple, 77 W. Washington, Chicago at Sunday morning services, 8:30 and 11 AM, all welcome.
He also shares the stage with Studs Terkel at the HotHouse, 31 E. Balbo Dr., Chicago, Saturday, March 18. 312-362-9707