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January 3, 2009

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special (theme) Last Sessions Smithsonian Folkways SFCD40068/71
  2. Bob Gibson: I Come For to Sing (trad) Joy! Joy! The Young and Wonderful Bob Gibson Riverside RVCD-9909-2
  3. Peter Sellers: Sings George Gershwin A Celebration of Sellers EMI 7243 8 27781 2
  4. Melanie: What Have They Done to My Song, Ma? The Encore Collection Collectables Oldies.com COL-CD-9359
  5. Tom Waits: The Piano Has Been Drinking (Not Me) Small Change Asylum 1079-2
  6. Wally Cox: There Is a Tavern in the Town (William Henry Hills) RCA Victor 78 rpm 2-5278
  7. Liam Clancy & Tommy Makem: Finegan's Wake (Stages Music Hall - November 21, 1979) WFMT recording
  8. Rudee Vallee: The Drunkard Song (There Is a Tavern in the Town) (Wm. Henry Hills) RCA Victor 78 rpm 24793
  9. Dos Boys: Sobriety-Challenged Sailor (trad/M.J. & M.F.Jenkins) Will Sing For Food self DB0785
  10. Pete Seeger: I Know an Old Lady (Who Swallowed a Fly) (trad) Birds, Beasts, Bugs and Fishes Smithsonian Folkways SFCD45039
  11. Sam Hinton: It's a Long Way from Amphioxus Sam Hinton Sings Songs of Men Smithsonian Folkways F-2400
  12. Oscar Brand: The McBurney Square Medicine, Mind and Music Columbia Legacy L2X 30680
  13. Mike Nichols & Elaine May: Nichols and May at Work (Male Nurse) In Rectrospect Mercury 314532373-2
  14. Bill Harley: It's Better Than That (Lou & Peter Berryman) Mistakes Were Made Round River 203
  15. Marlene Dietrich & Rosemary Clooney: Too Old to Cut the Mustard Live at at the Café de Paris Sony MDK47254
  16. Ronnie Gilbert: Golden Vanity (trad) Come and Go With Me Vanguard VRS-9052
  17. Debra Cowan: The Dreadnaught Mutiny (Jerry Bryant) (Folkstage - January 26, 2008) WFMT Recording
  18. Andrew Calhoun: Vancouver Where Blue Meets Blue Waterbug WBG0049
  19. Odetta: Deep Blue Sea (trad) The Best of Odetta: Ballads and Blues Legacy International CD 354
  20. Eddie Holstein: Back in the Saddle Again Gene Autry - Ray Whitley) Eddie Holstein" Holstein 04
  21. Mike Agranoff: The Ballad of Jake and 10-ton Molly . . . Or Would You Rather Get a Job self 83707 30042
  22. John Flynn: Not With My Jesus Dragon MettaFour 83707 72262
  23. Terri Hendrix: What Is the Color of the Soul of Man (Jimmy Driftwood) The Spiritual Kind Wilory WR30008
  24. Steve Goodman: Men Who Love Women Who Love Men Live at the Earl of Old Town Red Pajamas RPJ-017
  25. Righteous Mothers: 60,000 Naked Hoosiers (Marla Beth Elliott) Pesky Angels Nexus 120
  26. Vivien Richman: The Queen Anne Front (Robt.Schmertz) Folksongs for You and Me Bobtone FLP 2066
  27. Malvina Reynolds: God Bless the Grass Ear to the Ground Smithsonian Folkways SFWCD40124
  28. Peter Cook: World Domination League The Misty Mr. Wisty Brit. Decca LK4722
  29. Charles Coborn: The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo (Fred Gilbert) Ace of Clubs ACL 1170
  30. Paul Sills Story Theater: Brementown Musicians Paul Sills Story Theater Columbia SG 30415
  31. John Roberts & Tony Barrand: The Rolling Mills of New Jersey (Matt McGinn/John Roberts) Eat Betha's Mussels - Live at Holsteins Golden Hind GHM-203
  32. Fleming Brown: As I Go Ramblin 'Round (Woody Guthrie) Appalachian Banjo Songs and Ballads Folk-Legacy CD-4
  33. Yuri Rasovsky: The Chicago Language Tape (Street Names) Fifty Classic Years: From the Archives WFMT 1
  34. Fred Holstein: The Streets of London (Ralph McTell) Fred Holstein: A Collection Holstein 01
  35. Phil Ochs: There But for Fortune Elektra 9 60832-2
  36. Debbie Diedrich: Auf Wiedersehen / Hamburg 1913 Ninety Miles Out West Broadway 3593-70007-2 (email)
  37. Andy Stewart: A Scottish Soldier (MacFadyen / A.Stewart) The Andy Stewart Collection MFP-EMI 0777 7 810692
  38. The Beers Family: Dumbarton's Drums (Robt.Beers) Introducing the Beers Family Columbia MS 6705
  39. Jean Redpath: Song of the Seals (Boulton/Bantock) Philo CD1054
  40. Buddy Mondlock: The Kid On the Line self no#
  41. Dick Gaughan: Outlaws and Dreamers Live at the Trades Club Green Trax CDTRAX322
  42. Rosalie Sorrels: I Think of You (Bruce Phillips) If I Could Be the Rain Folk-Legacy CD-31
  43. Tom Rush: No Regrets The Circle Game Elketra 74018-2
  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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These concerts were mentioned on the program:

Mike Agranoff, with Kat Eggleston in an Acoustic Renaissance Concert at the Hinsdale Unitarian Church, 11 W.Maple, Hinsdale, Saturday, January 10 at 8.
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Ed Holstein, with Mark Dvorak and Jim Craig at the Old Town School of Folk Music, 4544 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago, Sunday, January 11 at 4.
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