SWEET FOLK CHICAGO
March 7, 2015

Guest Host: Sara Paretsky, Chicago novelist and mystery writer. This is the second program she has hosted, not a repeat.

Theme song: Eric Noden & Joe Filisko: Sweet Folk Chicago (trad-Robt.Johnson-Noden-Filisko) WFMT recording

  1. Catherine Bott with the New London Consort, dir. Philip Pickett: Con Amores mi madre (With Love, My Mother) (PD) Music from the Time of Columbus
    (translation: With Love, my mother, With love I fell asleep; Thus asleep, I was dreaming That which my heart was hiding, That love was consoling me With more good than I deserved; The aid lulled me to sleep. What love you gave me, with love, Put to bed my pain by the faith with which I served you. With love, my mother, With love I fell asleep.)
  2. Patrice Michaels w/ Kuang-Hao Huang: He's Gone Away (trad, arr.Michaels- Huang) Intersection
  3. Homer & Jethro: I've Got Tears in My Ears from Lying on My Back in My Bed While I cry Over You (Homer Haynes-Jethro Burns) Ooh, That's Corny
  4. Steve Goodman: The Dutchman (Michael Peter Smith) Somebody Else's Troubles Buddha 7446599626-2
  5. Tracy Chapman: Mountains Of Things Tracy Chapman Elektra 9-60774-2
  6. Austin Lounge Lizards: Last Words Employee of the Month Sugar Hill 3874
  7. Randy Newman: A Few Words in Defense of Our Country single
  8. Woody Guthrie: Pastures of Plenty The Asch Recordings, Vol. 1 Smithsonian Folkways 40100
  9. Gordon Bok, Ann Mayo Muir, Ed Trickett: Golden Vanity (trad) The Ways of Man Folk-Legacy 68
  10. Nanci Griffith: St. Teresa of Avila Blue Roses from the Moons Elektra 62015-2
  11. Mahalia Jackson: Take My Hand, Precious Lord (Thomas Dorsey) Essential Mahalia

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