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May 3, 2008

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special (theme) Last Sessions Smithsonian Folkways SFCD40068/71
  2. Pete Seeger: Well May the World Go (trad/Seeger) If I Had a Hammer Smithsonian Folkways SFCD40096
  3. Claudia Schmidt: Spinning Pragmavision 43157 37775
  4. And the World Goes 'Round (orig.cast-Brenda Pressley): The World Goes 'Round (John Kander-Fred Ebb) RCA Victor 09026-60904-2
  5. Tom Paxton: This World Goes 'Round and 'Round Outward Bound Elektra 8122 76509-2
  6. Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living in Paris (orig.cast- Elly Stone & Co.): Carousel (La Valse a Mille Temps) (Jacques Brel, add. lyrics-translation: Eric Blau-Mort Shuman) Columbia SK 89998
  7. Pete Seeger: Turn! Turn! Turn! (Seeger/Ecclesiastes) Greatest Hits Columbia Legacy 65711
  8. Mustard's Retreat: Welcome Back (Tamulevich-Hough) The Wind and the Crickets Palmetto PM2029
  9. John McCutcheon & Tom Chapin: Welcome the Traveler Home (J.McCutcheon) Doing Our Job Rounder CD 0411
  10. Claudia Schmidt: Coming Home to You Midwestern Heart Flying Fish FF 70241
  11. David Roth: We Belong Together Practice Makes Progress Wind River WR40382CD
  12. Kitty Donohoe: When I Was the Queen Northern Border Roheen
  13. Michael Johnson: On the Road (Carl Franzen) The Early Albums MJP99001
  14. Anne Hills: The Child Within Woman of a Calm Heart Flying Fish FF-70464
  15. Pete Seeger: The Bells of Rhymney (Seeger/Idris Davies) Headlines & Footnotes Smithsonian Folkways SFWCD 40111
  16. Cusan Tan: Calon Cymru (Heart of Wales) (Ann Morgan Jones) Kiss of Fire Firebird FAM 15002-2
  17. Joan Baez: Old Welsh Song (Peter Schickele/Henry Treece) Baptism Vanguard 797721-2
  18. Bob Dylan: Ring Them Bells Oh Mercy Columbia CK 45281
  19. Capitol Steps: How Do You Solve a Problem Like Scalia? (Rodgers-Hammerstein/Newport-Strauss) One Bush Two Bush Old Bush New Bush Capitol Steps CSCD1028
  20. Ekstrom & Quinn: Supremely Confident The Front Page Follies self 83707 78502 (email)
  21. Capitol Steps (Ann Johnson): Votin' Four to Five (Dolly Parton/Newport-Eaton) Campaign and Suffering Capitol Steps CSCD1028
  22. The Conception Corporation: Famous Judges School Complete Conception Rhino Handmade RHM2 7728
  23. Cris Williamson: Get Along Little Dogies (trad) Fringe Wolf Moon WMR96457
  24. Joyce Woodson: Dawson If I Hadn't Seen the West Radish 063
  25. Pete Seeger: I Ride an Old Paint American Favorite Ballads #1 Smithsonian Folkways SFWCD40150
  26. Cris Williamson: Goodbye, Old Paint (trad) Fringe Wolf Moon WMR96457
  27. Jim Bizer: How Do I Look Closer to the Surface Brozone 123
  28. Rachel Bissex: Sean Connery Looks Between the Broken Lines One Take OTP 2002
  29. Waylon Jennings: Brown Eyed Handsome Man (Chuck Berry) Nashville Rebel RCA Nashville Legacy 82876 70705 2
  30. Lucy Wainwright Roche: Superman (Brad Roberts) 8 More self (email)
  31. Bob Gibson & Hamilton Camp: Self-Satisfaction (Monte Dunn/Karen Cruz) Homemade Music Bob Gibson Legacy BGL 1003
  32. The Biddies (Jan Krist): Guilt and Shame (Folkstage - July 28, 2007) WFMT Recording
  33. Anne Feeney: Business News / Hallelujah, I'm a Bum (Harry McClintock) Dump the Bosses Off Your Back self 80767 00482
  34. Pete Seeger: When a Fellow Is Out of a Job (Grant Rogers) Gazette, Volume Two Smithsonian Folkways F-2502
  35. Bill Cosby: $75 Car Why Is There Air? Warner Bros. 1606-2
  36. John Wort Hannam: Damn It Gwenivere Two Bit Suit Black Hen BHM-CD-957
  37. Terence Martin: Used Cars (Martin-Gregory Hicks) Even Trade Good Dog GD006
  38. Dave Glaser: Cars and Lovers Newsu N0005
  39. Pete Seeger: This Old Car A Link in the Chain Columbia Legacy C2K 64772
  40. Kitty Donohoe: Every Small Thing Northern Border Roheen
  41. Kat Eggleston: The Only Word (Eggleston) / The Clumsy Lover (Neil Dickey) The Only Word Redwing RWMCD5414
  42. Pete Seeger: Oh, Had I a Golden Thread If I Had a Hammer Smithsonian Folkways SFCD40096
  43. Mustard's Retreat: Thenody (David Tamulevich/Dorothy Parker) MR7 Yellow Room YRR004
  44. Pete Seeger: Old Devil Time Pete Living Music LMUS 0032
  45. 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:

David Roth, Cris Williamson, Lucy Roche, Anne Feeney, Terence Martin

CD of the week: Terence Martin

These concerts were mentioned on the program:

John Wort Hannam at the Two Way Street Coffee House, 1047 Curtiss, Downers Grove, Friday, May 16 at 8:15.
Tricia Alexander is there May 9.
630-969-9720

Magpie returns to the Stained Glass Coffeehouse in the Deerfield Congregational Church, 225 Wilmot Rd., Deerfield, Saturday, May 17 at 7.
847-945-0176

David Francey is at the Maple Street Chapel, Main & Maple, Lombard, Sunday, May 4 at 7:30.
630-434-4423

The Yellow Room Gang and The Biddies perform in a Folkstage concert for WFMT, Saturday, May 10 at 7:00 at the Center for Performing Arts of Governors' State University in University Park.
708-235-2222

Anne Hills performs for the Acoustic Renaissance Concerts series at the Unitarian Church of Hinsdale, 17 W. Mapel, Hinsdale, Saturday, May 17 at 8.

Alt-Q featues Cris Williamson, Coyote Grace, Edward Thomas-Herrera, Mekole Wells, the Eric Waters Show, and Scott Free Saturday, May 17 at 7 at the Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago.

Lucy Wainwright Roche and Richie Havens perform at the Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, Saturday, May 10 at 4 & 7 pm.
773-728-6000

Kat Eggleston and Cat Catalani perform for the Lake County Folk Club at the El Barrio Restaurant, 1122 Diamond Lake Rd., Mundelein, Sunday, May 18 at 7.
847-295-7228