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    [b:f25e4fe8f5]Equal Pay Day (and the WCNI Marathon)[/b:f25e4fe8f5]

    LOOKING FOR MONEY- The Chicken Chokers

    EASY MONEY- Bruce Springsteen

    LAWYERS, GUNS AND MONEY- Warren Zevon

    KEEP THE CUSTOMER SATISFIED- Simon and Garfunkel

    WORKING CLASS- Pete Anderson

    TAXMAN- The Beatles

    BOURGEOIS BLUES- Lead Belly

    BROTHER CAN YOU SPARE A DIME?- Phil Alvin

    KING OF THE ROAD- Roger Miller (by request)

    BLUE MONEY- Van Morrison

    THREE DOLLAR BILL- Maria Muldaur

    A MAN IN A ROOM, GAMBLING- Gavin Bryars

    MONEY- Pink Floyd

    SKID ROW BOOGIE- Joe Turner

    THE BEGGING SONG- Martin Carthy and Dave Swarbrick

    TRAIN FARE HOME- Clarence Garlow

    DO RE MI- Dave Alvin

    FIRST I LOOK AT THE PURSE- The Contours

    DEAD END STREET- The Kinks (by request)

    SHAKE YOUR MONEYMAKER- Rodney Crowell

    MONEYBOX- Eliza Doolittle

    BEG OR BORROW- BoDeans

    DIAMONDS AND GOLD- The Silver Hearts

    [u:f25e4fe8f5]TRIBUTES![/u:f25e4fe8f5]
    I CONFESS- English Beat (RIP Ranking Roger, lead singer)

    MY SHIP IS COMING IN- Walker Brothers and

    IT’S RAINING TODAY- Scott Walker (RIP)

    MONEY- The Flying Lizards (by request)

    MONEY ON MY MIND- Sam Smith

    VISIONS OF PLENTY- Kate Campbell

    ROCKING CHAIR MONEY- Steve Young

    WHERE IS ALL THE MONEY GOING?- Cody Chesnutt

    OIL AND GOLD- Grace Weber

    BETTER TIMES- The Bad Livers

    MADE OF GOLD- Jonathan Brooke and the Story

    DON’T LET YOUR DEAL GO DOWN- The Earls of Leicester

    CARMELITA- Warren Zevon (by request)

    MONEY HONEY- The Drifters

    I’LL TRADE YOU MONEY FOR WINE- Robbie Fulks

    GOLD RUSH BLUES- Milagro Saints

    Many thanks to everyone who pledged on yesterday’s show.
    With one week left, I am ahead of last year’s pace.
    WCNI listeners are always very generous.
    And thanks to Linda for answering the phone for three hours.

    Next Tuesday is Appomattox Day, marking the end of the Civil War.
    All songs will have either a Southern city or state in the title, the South being defined as the U.S. south of D.C. to the Mississippi River.
    In other words, no Texas.

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