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Underwritten by:
Bose - Better Sound Through Research
004 - 2009
(conclusion of "Favorites of 2008*" and remembering Odetta)

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  1. Lead Belly: The Midnight Special (theme) Last Sessions Smithsonian Folkways SFCD-40068/71
  2. *Magpie: It's a Pleasure to Know You (Karl Williams) In this World: Looking Back, Moving Forward Sliced Bread CDSB75315
  3. Jim Ringer & friends: I Believe If I Lived My Life Again (Hymn Song) (Utah Phillips) Waitin' for the Hard Times to Go Folk-Legacy CD-47
  4. Mara Levine: Wild Rose of the Mountain (Si Kahn) Mara's Gems Mara's Creations MBLCD001
  5. Maria Dunn: When Katie Comes a-Callin' The Peddler Distant Whisper MARCD04
  6. *Enoch Kent: Tae the Beggin' (trad,arr.Pat Simmonds) One More Round Borealis BCD190
  7. *Odetta: Rambling Round Your City (Woody Guthrie) One Grain of Sand Vanguard 2153-2
  8. *Kathy Mattea: Black Lung (Hazel Dickens) / Coal (Marty Stuart) Coal Captain Potato 7653260-2
  9. Debra Cowan: Wall of Stone (Chris Moore) Fond Desire Farewell Falling Mountain FM 1054
  10. Odetta: Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho (trad) The Tradition Masters Ryko TCD 1085
  11. *Joe Crookston: Mending Walls Able Baker Charlie & Dog Milagrito JBJO78
  12. *Eric Lowen & Dan Navarro w/ Phil Parlapiano: Purpose Learning to Fall Red Hen EGG6
  13. *Magpie: For Real (Bob Franke) In This World: Looking Back, Moving Forward Sliced Bread CDSB75315
  14. Odetta: All the Pretty Little Horses (trad) (Mandel Hall, U. of C. - 11/23/1957) WFMT Recording
  15. Odetta: The Car-Car Song (Woody Guthrie) Odetta at the Tin Angel Fantasy OBCCD-565-2
  16. *Enoch Kent: Coulter's Candy (Robert Coltart) One More Round Borealis BCD190
  17. Odetta: Why Oh Why (Woody Guthrie) (Mandel Hall, U. of C. - 10/31/1958) WFMT Recording

Station Break

  1. Karan Casey: Love Is Pleasing (trad,arr.K.Casey) Ships in the Forest Compass 744762
  2. Ian & Sylvia: The Royal Canal (The Old Triangle) (trad-Brendan Behan) The Complete Studio Recordings Vanguard 196/99-2
  3. Tangleweed: Join the British Army (trad,arr.Tangleweed) Most Folk Heroes Started Out as Criminals Squatney 45002
  4. Cisco Houston: Pat Works on the Railroad (trad) The Folkways Years 1944-1961 Smithsonian Folkways SFCD40059
  5. The Arrogant Worms: Cellphone Vigilante Torpid Worms AW-5005
  6. Woody Guthrie: Vigilante Man Hard Travelin' Smithsonian Folkways SFCD40102
  7. Lily Tomlin: The F.B.I. This Is a Recording Laugh.com LGH1114
  8. Modern Man: FBI (Geo.Wurzbach) Modern Immaturity Inverted Turtle 86851-9937-2
  9. John Sprung: Social Insecurity Side Effects self 59696 18822
  10. Second City: Social Security Survival Kit Spirtz SP9010
  11. The Capitol Steps: 401K (Belolo-Morali-Wills / Newport-Easton-Strauss) Between Iraq and a Hard Place CapSteps CSCD-1023
  12. Lou & Peter Berryman: Elderlyville Some Days Cornbelt CR16
  13. Joe Glazer: Ida Mae (Social Security Song) Folk Songs of the American Dream Collector 1954CD
  14. Pete Seeger: Spring Fever Pete Seeger at 89 Appleseed APRCD1113
  15. Celtic Fiddle Festival: Reel de Napolean / Reel en Sol / Guy Thomas (trad, arr. Burke-Lemaitre-Foley-Brunet) Equinoxe Loftus LM003
  16. The Bittersweet Christmas Band: Now Is the Dark of the Year (Susan Urban) / Dave Gordon's Journey to Newgrange (Phil Cooper) Yuletide Magic Porcupine BSB02
  17. Jane Eamon: When Darkness Comes Real Janey Girl JS004
  18. Debra Cowan: The Darkest Hour Is Just Before the Dawn (Ralph Stanley) Fond Desire Farewell Falling Mountain FM1054
  19. *Magpie: Before the Morning Sun In This World: Looking Back, Moving Forward Sliced Bread CDSB75315

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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