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January 13, 2007

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special (theme) Last Sessions Smithsonian Folkways SFCD-40068/71
  2. Emily Miller and Val Mindel: Echoes from the Burning Bush (W.York) In the Valley Yodel Ay He CD-0070
  3. Steve Gillette & Cindy Mangsen: The Kid with the Comic Book (Trevor Mills) Being There Compass Rose CRM-11CD
  4. Ralph Stanley: God Gave Noah the Rainbow Sign (trad-arr.Larry Ehrich) A Distant Land to Roam DMZ-Columbia 82796 93629 2
  5. Bill Isles: Rainbow Weather The Shores of My Hometown self BI0604
  6. John Flynn: My Father's Chapel Two Wolves MettaFour 00342
  7. Mary Gauthier: Drag Queens in Limousines In the Black 41962
  8. Girlyman: Young James Dean (Ty Greenstein) Little Star Daemon DAM 19052
  9. Bill Staines: Lovers and Losers The First Million Miles, Volume II Rounder CD 11580
  10. Mad Agnes: Chocolate (Adrienne Jones) Revenants MAD 004
  11. Rio Neon: Too Much Chocolate (Robt.Smith) Midnight Surprise self 83707 34710
  12. Mason Daring & Jeanie Stahl: Chocolate Is It! (J.Stahl/Harriet Reisen) The Early Years Daring-Rounder CD 3006
  13. Austin Lounge Lizards: Arnold (Hank Card - Conrad Deisler - Tom Pittman - Boo Resnick - Korey Simeone / Les Barker) The Drugs I Need Blue Corn BCM 0603
  14. Flanders & Swann: The Armadillo The Bestiary of Flanders & Swann EMI CDS 7974642
  15. Mary Stribling: The Armadillo Polka Big Iguana Mondo Blondo MBCD 102
  16. Randy Sabien w/ Kevin McMullin: Sweet Potato Pie Cap a Cup of Dreams N25384
  17. Odetta: Sweet Potatoes (trad-arr.Odetta) It's a Mighty World RCA Victor LSP-2792
  18. Lonnie Johnson: Sweet Potato Blues Steppin' on the Blues Columbia CK 46221
  19. David Steinberg: Lying Disguised As a Normal Person Collectors' Choice CCM-675
  20. McCalmans: The Lying Truth (Ian McCalman) Scots Abroad Greentrax CDTRAX300
  21. John Gorka: Brown Shirts Temporary Road High Street 72902 10315-2
  22. Curtis & Loretta: Ain't No Bugs on Me (trad) Just My Heart for You Haymarket HM-107
  23. Jeff Warner: Yucky Bugs (Dan MacArthur) Jolly Tinker Gumstump 101
  24. Bobbie Gentry: Bugs Ode to Billie Joe Capitol ST 2830
  25. Ariane Lydon: Be Thou My Vision (trad-arr.Lydon) Sounds of Faith Overt OR 0196
  26. Robin Williamson: Verses in Stewart Street Songs of Love and Parting Flying Fish FF 257
  27. The Zozo Sisters (Linda Ronstadt & Ann Savoy): King of Bohemia (Richard Thompson) Adieu False Heart Vanguard 79808-2
  28. Bill Camplin: The Daughter Doet: Love Songs and Other Trios Toolroom 105
  29. Mary Gauthier: The Sun Fades the Color of Everything Filth & Fire Signature Sounds SIG 1273
  30. Tom Rush: Colors of the Sun (Jackson Browne) Tom Rush Columbia CK 9972
  31. Eva Cassidy: True Colors (Thomas Kelly/Wm.Steinberg) American Tune Blix Street G2-10079
  32. Kat Eggleston: Dreaming in Color Outside Eden Waterbug WBG 028
  33. Bryan Bowers: Star of the County Down (trad) Bristlecone Pine Seattle Sounds CR0400-2
  34. Chris Rosser: Natural Wonder Hidden Every Where HRA2006
  35. Drew Nelson: Heaven's Perfect Plan Immigrant Son Mackinaw Haravest MHM021
  36. Scott Alarik: Rose of Allendale (trad) All That Is True self no#
  37. Kris Delmhorst: Galuppi Baldessare (Delmhorst, inspired by Robt.Browning) Strange Conversation Signature Sounds SIG-1299
  38. The Weavers: When the Saints Go Marching In (trad-arr.Weavers) Wasn't That a Time Vanguard VCD4-147/50
  39. Phil Ochs: I Ain't Marching Anymore There But For Fortune Elektra 9 60832-2
  40. Tom Paxton: Lyndon Johnson Told the Nation Ain't That News Elektra 8122 73565-2
  41. Téada: Johnny's So Long at the Fair (trad-arr.Teada) Inne Amarach Compass 7 4437 2
  42. Joan Baez: The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (J.Robbie Robertson) Blessed Are... Vanguard 6570/1-2
  43. Doc Watson, Clint Howard & Fred Price: Lee Highway Blues (trad) Doc Watson and Clarence Ashley: The Original Folkways Recordings: 1960-1962 Smithsonian Folkways CDSF40029/30
  44. David Bromberg: The New Lee Highway Blues (trad-Bromberg) Wanted Dead or Alive Columbia CK 32717
  45. Girlyman: This Is Me (Nate Borofsky-Doris Muramatsu) Little Star Daemon DAM 19052
  46. Emily Miller and Val Mindel: When I Can Read My Titles Clear (Isaac Watts, PD) In the Valley Yodel Ay Hee CD-0070
  47. 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:

Mad Agnes, McCalmans, The Zozo Sisters, Teada

CD of the week: Emily Miller and Val Mindel

These concerts were mentioned on the program:

Bryan Bowers performs at the Folk-Lore Center, 29 W 140 Butterfield Rd., Warrenville, Friday, January 19 1t 8.
630-393-1247

Curtis & Loretta give a free concert at the Thomas Ford Memorial Library, 800 Chestnut St., Western Springs, Friday, January 19 at 7:30. It's free but reservations required:
708-246-0520

Randy Sabien, and Bill Camplin perform in an Off Square concert at the Congregational Unitarian Church, 221 Dean St., Woodstock, Saturday, January 20 at 8.
815-338-5164

Ariane Lydon performs at the Stained Glass coffeehouse, in the Deerfield Congregational Church, 225 Wilmot rd., Deerfield, Saturday, January 20 at 7.
847-945-0176

Bill Isles at Bill's Blues, 1029 Davis St., Evanston, Sunday, January 21 at 7.
847-424-9600

Kat Eggleston in concert for Lake County Folk Club at El Barrio Restaurant, 1122 Diamond Lake Rd., Mundelein, Sunday, January 21 at 7.
847-295-7228

Small Potatoes at Hogeye Folk Arts, Ltd. at the Lake Street Church, Lake St. & Chicago Ave., Saturday, January 27 at 7:30.
847-475-6165

David Bromberg, along with the Angel Band at the Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, Saturday, January 20 at 7 and 10.
Mary Gauthier, and Girlyman will perform at the OTS, Saturday, February 10 at 8. 773-728-6000