Mulligan Stew Jan19th

tom wilson
“Acid folk” was born in an old garage off Clinton Avenue in Toronto, concocted by Tom Wilson from Blackie & the Rodeo Kings, a few Cowboy Junkies, and some Skydiggers.
Allowing bass, hypnotic rhythms and a lot of groove into their songwriting circle, the artist collective LeE HARVeY OsMOND created a sound that would creep out of the Northern woods and across the Great Lakes into the South, the same way The Band did forty years before them.
image001Tom Wilson (guitar and vocals) struck Canadian rock gold in the ‘90s as the leader of the much-loved Junkhouse, and then found a whole new audience as a crucial component of roots-rock super-group Blackie and the Rodeo Kings!
LeE HARVeY OsMOND  released this very week  their second LP ,. It’s called The Folk Sinner and features a list of friends that’s very impressive.
Colin James, Colin Linden, Colin Cripps, Oh Suzanna, Hawksley Workman, Paul Reddick, Producer Michael Timmons, his sis Margo, Andy Maize and more.
THIS is music head and shoulders above most releases on both sides of the Border.
Great tracks
Gord Lightfoots Oh Linda
Devil’s Load
Break your body – what a track
Two co-writes from Colin James
Leave this House




Tower of Power Squib cakes Anthology
Steely dan Kid Charlemagne Citizen Dan
Boz Scaggs Mixed up Shook up girl Memphis
Cara Luft Only love can save me Darlingford
Ben Harper Sexual Healing (live) Live from mars
Little Feat Fat Man in the Bathtub (live) Hotcakes and Outtakes
The Who Won’t get fooled again (live) Bridge School Concerts
Jackson Brown/David LindleyEn Vivo Con Tino Mercury Blues (live) Love is strange
Bruce Springsteen My beautiful reward (live) In Concert
Elvis Costello The Monkey (live) Live from iTunes
TwoTom Wilson Interview
Lee Harvey Osmond Devil’s Load The Folk Sinner
“         “          “ Break your Body Folk Sinner
“            “        “ Leave this House Folk Sinner
“         “        “ Freedom Folk Sinner
Otis redding Sweet Lorene Otis box Set
James Brown Night Train Startime
Fats Domino Hello Josephine They call me the Fat Man