The Flowing Waters of Lake Jefferson

Folk Plus airs Saturdays from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm on WJFF following NPR's Car Talk.

Saturday June 19, 2004

Today's Folk Plus presented a treat for area listeners. I've had a pneumonia-like condition rendering me unable to plan or speak well enough for a proper programme. Answering a plea for a week of respit was Rich Warren of WFMT in Chicago, taped a special show and priority mailed it to WJFF studios for today's airing. I sit home happily recovering and doing what I love - listening to quality folk music.

This was somewhat like having an amazing meal, and not having to cook. Thanks Rich!

1. Rick Fielding - Off to School Once More
Acoustic Workshop - Borealis

2. Mike Agranoff: The Modern Folk Musician (Gilbert-Sullivan/Agranoff) Agranoff BFD102C

3. David Buskin & Co.: A Folksinger Earns Every Dime Big Times In a Small Town - The Vineyard Tapes Philo CDPH 1155

4.John Hasbrouk: Ebenezer's Lower Manhattan Walking Tour Some These Days Ruthless Rabbit RRR1964

5. Dave Frishberg: Do You Miss New York Do You Miss New York? Live Jazz At Lincoln Center Arbors ARCD 19291

6. Ekstrom & Quinn: Give Me Back the Old New York Front Page Follies self

7. Tom Rush - Ladies Love Outlaws
No Regrets: Best of Tom Rush - Columbia Legacy

8. Mary McCaslin (w/ Ringer) - The Ballad of Weaverville
Way Out West - Philo

9. Paul Geremia - Frankie
Love Murder and Mosquitos - Red House

10. Pat Humphries & Sandy O (Emma's Revolution): I Will Be With You (Humphries) One Big W MFM3413

11. Nancy White- Daughter's of Feminists
Momnipotent - Chidren's Group

12. Christine Lavin - Sometimes Mother Really Does Know Best
Sometimes Mother Really Does Know Best - Appleseed

13. The River Brothers: Mama (JB Skye) live demo

14. Tom Leher
The Sound of My Own Voice and Other noises - Mercury

15. Severn Darden: Oedipus The Sound of My Own Voice Mercury OCM-2202

16.Tom Lehrer: Oedipus Rex The Remains of Tom Lehrer Warner Rhino R2 79831

17.Tom Russell: Old Blue (trad/arr.T.Russell) Indians Cowboys Horses Dogs Hightone HCD 8165

18.Bill Justice: My Blue Tick Dog The Omni Center's Peace Songbook & CD Omnicenter

19.Keith Sykes: Gypsy (trad/arr.Sykes) Keith Sykes Vanguard VSD-6548

20.Connie Kaldor: I Love That Dog Small Cafe' Philo CDPH 1205

21.Ron Hynes: A Good Dog Is Lost Get Back Change Borealis BCD 152

22. John Hasbrouk: I'll Be Gone Some These Days Ruthless Rabbit RRR1964

23. Joan Baez: Old Blue Joan Baez Vol. 2 Vanguard 79595-2

24. Sam Bush: Eight More Miles To Louisville (Grandpa Jones) King Of My World Sugar Hill SUG-CD-3987

25. Judy Roderick: Louisville Lou (Peggy Lee?) Woman Blue Vanguard VSD-79197

26. New Lost City Ramblers: Louisville Burglar (trad)New Lost City Ramblers - Volume Two Smithsonian Folkways F-2397

27. Bruce Piephoff: Twenty Miles To Baghdad Good People Flyin' Cloud FC-042

28. James Gordon: Friendly Fire Endomusia Borealis BCD 161

29. The Capitol Steps: Spider Hole (Perry/Strauss-Newport-Eaton) Papa's Got a Brand New Baghdad Capitol Steps CSCD-1024

30. David Francey: Evening News Skating Rink Laker LAKR-1003

31. Rise: Green Grow the Rashes-O (Rob. Burns, PD)Posing As Human Orissor OP 2010

32. Judy Collins: Turn, Turn, Turn (Pete Seeger/Ecclesiastes) Forever: An Anthology Elektra 62104-2

33. Anonymous 4: We Have Come to Worship (trad) American Angels Harmonia Mundi HMU 907326

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