The Flowing Waters of Lake Jefferson

Saturday January 19, 2008 : Questions

Folk Plus is hosted and planned by Angela Page and airs Saturdays from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm on WJFF, at 90.5 fm in Jeffersonville, N.Y. and 94.5 in Monticello N.Y. We are Hydro-Powered Public Radio and  stream online at WWW.WJFFRADIO.ORG  Come see the station at our open house the first Saturday of every month. Welcome new web listeners, especially those battling illness or who are housebound.

THANKS SO MUCH to the station management fo accommodating  my health issues which allow me to continue to volunteer Saturday  mornings and bring you the music that 'moves and sustains me.

Angela Page of Folk Plus

1. Billy Murray - Foolish Questions
Edison standard Record: 10273 
"The Edison Phonograph Monthly," v.7 (1909).
Popular music 1901 - 10  Performing Arts Cylinder 3678
Todd collection.  Composer: Sloane, A. Baldwin (Alfred Baldwin), 1872-1926.

2. Peter Siegel. - Foolish Questions
The Show -

3. Natalie Merchant - ( Florence Reese     )  Which Side are you on boys?
House Carpenter's Daughter - Myth America Records

3. Tom Paxton - What Did you Learn in School Today?
The Best of - Elektra

4. The Eagles - How Long will you Weep?
Long Road Out Of Eden -

5. Christine Lavin - What Was I Thinking? 406
Live at the Cactus Cafe - Philo

6. Dave Van Ronk - Hesitation Blues
Folkways Years 1959-1961 - Smithsonian

7. Kasey Chambers - Am I Not Pretty Enough?
Barricades & Brickwalls - Warner Bros

8. Frank Christian - Brother Can You Spare a Dime?
From My Hands - Palmetto

9. David Massengill - What's Wrong with the Man Upstairs?
The Return - Plump

Read Rosencrantz and Gildenstern are dead question game*

10. Anne Feeney - (T. Warmbrand) Who's the Criminal?
If I Can't Dance, Its Not My revolution -

11. Peter Paul & Mary (B. Dylan) Blowin in the Wind
Very Best of - Warner Bros / Rhino

12. Full Frontal Folk - Did you ever haave Colcannon
Storming the Castle -

13. Bill Staines - How Can I Keep From Singing?
Second Million Miles - Red House
14. David Massengill - What's Wrong with the Man Upstairs?
The Return - Plump

15. James Talley - Are they GOnna Make us Outlaws Again?
Touchstones -

16. Foremen - Who Needs Art?
What's Left? - Reprise Records

17. Phil Ochs - Is There Anybody Here?
Phil Ochs in Concert - Elektra

18. Les Barker - Why Do Cafes Close at Teatime?
Up the Creek Without a Poodle - Mrs Ackroyd Records

19. Pete Seeger - Where Have all the Flowers Gone?
Essential Pete Seeger - Columbia

20. David Ippolito - Whered the Money Go?
Common Ground -

21. Connie Kaldor - What Do They Know?
Small Dafe - Coyote Entertainment

22. Cat Stevens - Where do the Children Paly?
Classics, Vol 24 - A & M

23. Spook Handy - Whatcha Gonna Do?
Whatcha Gonna Do? -

24. Chenille Sisters - Is It True, Albert?
Mama, I wanna make Rhythm - Red House

25. Artisan - Do You Remember?
Our Back Yard -

26. Brad Yoder - WWJD?
Someday or Never - Reverie Records

27. David Rovics - Who Would Jesus Bomb?
Behind the Barricades - AK Press and Daemon Records

28. Kim Wallach - (Laskin) Where Does Love Come From?
Where Does Love Come From? - Black Socks Press

Trout Fishing in America - Are We There Yet?
Infinity -

30. Ferron - (G. Brown) Where is Maria?
Going Driftless - Red House

31. Florence Reece - Which Side are You On? (fade)
Classic labor Songs - Smithsonion

* The game of questions....from Rosencraqntz ande Guldenstern are Dead
 Rules are simple:
1. you must answer a question with a question
2. Your question must relate to the question prior- no non-sequitors. 
3. No rhetoric- your question must be able to be answered, but we wouldn't do that, would we?
4. No repetition in the same thread, excluding of course the cut and paste of the prior question. ]

With spectators?
Do you want to play questions?
How do you play that?
You have to ask a question.
Statement. One - Love.
I haven't started yet.
Statement. Two - Love.
Are you counting that?
Are you counting that?
Foul. No repetition. Three - Love and game.
I'm not going to play if you're going to be like that.
Who's serve?
Hesitation. Love - One.
Who's go?
Why not?
What for?
HA. No synonyms. One all.
What in God's name is going on?
Foul. No rhetoric. Two - One.
What does it all add up to?
Can't you guess?
Are you addressing me?
Is there anyone else?
How would I know?
Why do you ask?
Are you serious?
Was that rhetoric?
Statement. Two all. Game point.
What's the matter with you today?
Are you deaf?
Am I dead?
Yes or no?
Is there a choice?
Is there a God?
Foul. No non-sequiturs. Three - Two. One game all.
What's your name?
What's yours?
You first.
Statement. One - Love.
What's your name when you're at home?
What's yours?
When I'm at home?
Is it different at home?
What home?
Haven't you got one?
Why do you ask?
What are you driving at?
What's your name?
Repetition. Two - Love. Match point.
Who do you think you are?
Rhetoric. Game and match!

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