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EP 151 | SOOK-YIN LEE

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Vancouver’s Mint Records yesterday released Soon-Yin Lee and Adam Litovitz jooj two albums 

Behind the release, there’s a very personal story – the love and loss between Sook and Adam.

“When we were making the song ‘Wrecking Heart’, Adam and I looked at each other, blown away by this song that was like nothing we’d ever written. It began with a supercharged sonic fragment he made that became the foundation of an unapologetic banger of a song that possessed and moved through us. We blasted it on the stereo, danced and air-guitared to it. Unconsciously, our lyrics seemed to telegraph our separation. “It sounds like a break up song,” he said, much to our disbelief at a time when we were very much together. But life challenges ended up pushing us in different directions. Though separated, we remained best friends, holding out hope that we would make our way back to each other. Adam landed a job scoring a TV series and I worked on our album, incorporating his notes. He said that he looked forward to playing cathartic meltdown live shows with me.
But that was not to be. Adam is no longer here. I believe he exists on other planes, in those who love him, and in our music, in his music, drawings, and writing. With this album, ‘jooj two’, I pick up the pieces of this Wrecking Heart, honoured to share our music.”

– Sook-Yin Lee

 

Adam took his own life. Sook-Yin patiently takes us through what happened and how it shaped the songs and her life. And yes, even though all this, we share smiles and laughs.

I’ve known Sook-Yin a  long time… I think it shows in the discussion.

 

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Mulligan Stew April 10th 2021-Special Guest – Sook-Yin Lee and new album jooj two for the Spring Smile

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The music this week almost picked itself. In celebration of warmth on our shoulders and shots in our arms.

In normal years, we would see more smiles around us but not this year.

So please consider this April 10  Mulligan Stew your official Spring Smile.

Vancouver’s Mint Records yesterday released Soon-Yin Lee and Adam Litovitz jooj two albums 

Behind the release, there’s a very personal story – the love and loss between Sook and Adam.

“When we were making the song ‘Wrecking Heart’, Adam and I looked at each other, blown away by this song that was like nothing we’d ever written. It began with a supercharged sonic fragment he made that became the foundation of an unapologetic banger of a song that possessed and moved through us. We blasted it on the stereo, danced and air-guitared to it. Unconsciously, our lyrics seemed to telegraph our separation. “It sounds like a break up song,” he said, much to our disbelief at a time when we were very much together. But life challenges ended up pushing us in different directions. Though separated, we remained best friends, holding out hope that we would make our way back to each other. Adam landed a job scoring a TV series and I worked on our album, incorporating his notes. He said that he looked forward to playing cathartic meltdown live shows with me.
But that was not to be. Adam is no longer here. I believe he exists on other planes, in those who love him, and in our music, in his music, drawings, and writing. With this album, ‘jooj two’, I pick up the pieces of this Wrecking Heart, honoured to share our music.”

– Sook-Yin Lee

 

Adam took his own life. Sook-Yin patiently takes us through what happened and how it shaped the songs and her life. And yes, even though all this, we share smiles and laughs.

I’ve known Sook-Yin a  long time… I think it shows in the discussion.

The complete and very engaged conversation can be heard on the Mulligan Stew Podcast EP 151

On Spotify. Apple Podcasts and Google Play.

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Instagram • Facebook • Twitter • YouTube • Bandcamp • Spotify • Apple

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PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew April 10 2021
honest man matt anderson honest man
on your way down trombone shorty and allen toussaint Backatown
we got to get out of this place dan auerbach single
superstition wide spread panic and dirty dozen brass band this is our new orleans
www.winebc.com Coming UP – Sook Yin Lee Interview
break your Mother’s heart Stephen Fearing The Unconquerable Past
The Healer John Lee Hooker and Carlos Santana Dance of the rainbow serpent
The healing song dominique fils-aime three little words
Healing son real and jessie reyez The Aaron album
www.mulliganstew.ca Coming UP – Sook Yin Lee Interview
funny how time slips away lyle lovett and al green rhythm, country and blues
angel of Harlem U2 Rattle and hum
(under the) Heavy Sun Daniel Lanois Heavy Sun
Maybe I’m Amazed (live) Paul McCartney Wings over America
www.mulliganstew.ca Coming UP – Jackson Browne..Peter Gabriel.Rickie Lee Jones
Groovin’ The Rascals Greatest Hits
This is Mulligan Stew – Year 26 www.mulliganstew.ca
Running on empty (live) jackson browne. david lindley. En vivo con tino Love is strange
shaking the tree peter gabriel. Youssou N’dour secret world live – 16 golden greats
love is gonna bring us back alive (live) Rickie Lee Jones Live at Red Rocks
www.coyotesbanff.com Coming UP – Sook Yin Lee Interview
Sook Yin Lee Interview complete interview on mulligan stew podcast.
Re-Veil Sook Yin Lee – Adam Litovitz jooj Two
Sook Yin Lee Interview complete interview on mulligan stew podcast.
run away with her Sook Yin Lee – Adam Litovitz jooj Two
Sook Yin Lee Interview the complete amazing interview on mulligan stew podcast
wrecking heart Sook Yin Lee – Adam Litovitz jooj Two
Sook Yin Lee Interview www.mulliganstew.ca
rumble Sook Yin Lee – Adam Litovitz jooj Two
the complete conversation with Sook can be experienced at Mulligan Stew Podcast – Spotify. Google play. Apple Podcasts
The king must die Elton John Elton John

 

Mulligan Stew April 3rd 2021- We made it through Winter! Let’s CELEBRATE today. Music and Nomads 5Mtn/4Pacific

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Welcome to The Stew – Year 26.  Hope you’re having a  memorable Easter weekend.

It’s another one of those “a donor sent me off in a new direction” emails.  They’re always welcome.

Donor Hour One just said – “Do what you do”

So…it’s a mix of JJ Cale, Leo Kottke, Kinks, G Love and Keb Mo, Walk off the Earth, Lake Street Dive, Ron Sexsmith, John Hiatt, Colin James, Ariel Posen and Mick Jagger with the Red Devils.

The Donor of Hour Two suggests…

“In light of so many racial divides and intolerances  to cultural differences, perhaps a focus on cultural musical influences would be a way to open the mind””

With that in mind the mix of Saturday night music includes…

Sting and Shirazee, Wyclef Jean, Taj Mahal, and Los Lobos, Toots and Keith Richards, Paul Simon and Ladysmith Black Mombasa, Los Lobos. 

PLUS

New tracks from Paul McCartney/Beck and Van Morrison.

Blue Rodeo, Feist, and The Stones Midnight Rambler finish off the first Saturday of Spring.

 

The Mulligan Stew Podcast is very special – First it’s EP 150.

Nomadland may very well win the Oscar for Best Film. It’s been winning lots of other awards including @CriticsChoice.

We have interviews with the actual Nomads who the story, book, and screenplay were written about and who play themselves in the film.

Swankie, Linda May, Bob Wells plus the author of the book Jessica Bruder.

Happy Easter weekend all!

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PLAYLIST:

The Stew April 3 Have a safe Easter www.mulliganstew.ca
world turning Leo Kottke standing in my shoes
shady grove JJ Cale Number 10
Mississippi Phone Booth John Hiatt and Jerry Douglas single
Lola (live) The Kinks One for the road
www.mulliganstew.ca Podcast-The Nomads from Nomadland
Go crazy G. Love S. Sauce and Keb Mo The Juice
Checking up on my baby Mick Jagger and The Red Devils The very best of Mick
Being a woman Lake St Dive Obviously
www.river-café.com www.deanehouse.com www.mulliganstew.ca
How is it Walk off the Earth How is it
Brighter still Ron Sexsmith Exit strategy of the mind
Heart by heart Ariel Posen Headway
www.mulliganstew.ca Podcast-The Nomads from Nomadland. The real deal
For no one The Beatles Revolver
The shape I’m in (re-mix) The Band Stage Fright (remastered)
Rainy day dream away Colin James Traveler
TDMulligan – The Stew Coming UP – Sting. Taj.Toots.Feist.Stones to close
Tootie mama is a big fine girl Medeski, Scofield, Martin and Wood Juice
This is Mulligan Stew – Year 26 The Podcast is – The Real Nomads from Nomadland www.mulliganstew.ca
Englishman/African in New York Sting/Shirazee African in New York
La Bamba Wyclef Jean Konpa 200% Soleil
Never let you go Taj Mahal and Los Lobos Maestro
Careless Ethiopians Toots & Maytals and Keith Richards True Love
www.mulliganstew.ca Next – McCartney and Beck/ New Van Morrison. Feist Podcast – The real Nomads from Nomadland
find my way Paul McCartney and Beck single
Mushaboom (Mocky Mix) Feist Open Season
www.nobleridge.com Stew Podcast – The real nomads of Nomadland
after the rain Blue Rodeo Casino
Diamonds on the soles of her shoes (live) Paul Simon & Black Ladysmith Mombasa Live in NYC
Malaque Los Lobos Disconnected in NYC
Midnight Rambler The Rolling Stones Let it Bleed
Be CAREFUL out there Have a safe EASTER Be KIND

 

EP 150 | The Real Nomads of the Book and Film Nomadland

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Nomadland may very well win the Oscar for Best Film. It’s been winning lots of other awards.

We have interviews with the actual Nomads who the story, book, and screenplay were written about, and who play themselves in the film.

 

Swankie, Linda May, Bob Wells plus the author of the book Jessica Bruder.

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EP 149 | Dominique Fils-Aime. Three Little Words

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Dominique Fils-AimeThree Little Words

(Here’s my 3 words – Amazing. Stunning. Sensational)

Dominique has released the third of her trilogy of albums.

First was  Nameless in 2018. Then came the Juno winning Stay Tuned in 2019 and now Three Little Words on 2021.

Destined for a career that will cover the Music World.  What a talent.

I loved this conversation and really loved the fact that we can share 6 tracks from the album courtesy of the artist and her team.

Enjoy!!

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Mulligan Stew March 27th 2021-The New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers release their Volume 2 album.

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Alvin Youngblood Hart/Charlie Musselwhite/the late Jim Dickinson, his sons Cody and Luther from N Miss. All-Stars and guest Jimbo Mathus.

Together they are/were New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers.

Years ago they found themselves on a tour bus except someone had booked an airport shuttle vehicle so there was no lying down to nap…

So Charlie made out a list of old blues songs for Luther to discover and that’s how this whole project began…(or so I’m told)

They decided to book a studio and for two days they sat around in a song circle and yelled out song titles to each other and everyone played them into the mics.

Out of that session came enough songs for two albums but the project was shelved while the business of music took over their lives.

UNTIL Holger Peterson heard about the tapes and decided they would make great records. (or so I’m told)

It was in part a tribute to the legendary career of Jim Dickinson who had passed away.

(Jimbo Mathus)

During this conversation with Jimbo Mathus (X-Squirrel Nut Zippers), he tells a great tale of what’s happened to the blues and blues players in and around Clarksdale, Memphis and the deep south.

FYI – the playlist includes

A live 9-minute track called Dog on the Run by the then brand new Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.  Recorded 1977 in Boston

Only 500 “official Bootleg” lp’s were pressed.  For media/radio only. I got the guys to sign it later that year.

(They have released several version of Dogs on the Run but they vary from album to album. This version kicks the doors down)

Live ‘Leg – Signed by the band!

 

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PLAYLIST:

The STEW March 27 2021 www.mulliganstew.ca
Rag Mama Rag (live) Levon Helm and friends Rumble at the Ryman
Been down so long (live) Sting. Jeff Beck Live! For Life
Something you got Jerry Douglas and Eric Clapton Traveller
Mulligan Stew Special Guest – New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers
Mavis www.mulliganstew.ca WE ARE
Freedom Jon Batiste WE ARE
Poetry Man Pheobe Snow Best of
Gone at Last Paul Simon Still crazy
www.coyotesbanff.com Coming UP – Mark. BARK. The Nevilles
So far away (live) Mark Knopfler and EmmytLou Harris Real Live RoadRunning
Water or Gasoline Blackie and the Rodeo Kings Chains of Love
Power Daniel Lanois Heavy Sun
Brother John. Iko Iko The Neville Bros Fiyo on the Bayou
You left me Dominique Fils-Aime Three Little Words
Honky Tonk Part 2 Bill Doggett Leaps and Bounds
www.mulliganstew.ca coming UP – RARE Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Dog on the Run (live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Official Live Bootleg
www.winebc.com NEXT – New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers Interview www.mulliganstew.ca
Jimbo Mathus Interview New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers
Blues for Yesterday New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers Vol 2
Jimbo Mathus Interview www.mulliganstew.ca
Searchlight New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers Vol 2
Jimbo Mathus Interview New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers
Blackwater New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers Vol 2
Jimbo Mathus Interview www.mulliganstew.ca
She’s about a Mover New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers Vol 2
TDMulligan www.mulliganstew.ca
Weasel and the white boys cool (live) Rickie Lee Jones Live at Red Rocks
Peg (live) Steely Dan Alive in America

Mulligan Stew March 20th 2021- Featuring Dominque Fils-Aime

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When was the last time we heard of an artist – just beginning a career – publicly announce that she was releasing a  trilogy of albums. Each with its own character.

That’s exactly what Montreal-born Dominque Fils-Aime did.

Nameless (2018) – Inspired by Blues

Stay Tuned (2019) – Inspired by Jazz. Won Juno for Best Jazz Vocal

Three Little Words (2021) – Inspired by soul. R&B, Gospel

(all three released in February during Black History Month)

Best of all Dominique is a singular voice. Like a breath of fresh air.

First comes a groove. Sometimes played by bass and drums and sometimes laid down by tightly harmonized voices like a horn section.

Overtop are layers of emotion, melody, lyrics, and pure feeling.

I am just so impressed with her talent and vision.

Catch her up close while you can. We’ll be sharing her with The World soon.

 

(ps..we have a Jon Batiste Vinyl version of his WE ARE Album to give away)

Latest album Three Little Words.

https://domiofficial.com/en/

PLAYLIST:

The Stew – with TDMulligan Our Guest Dominique Fils-Aime March 20 2021
Suite Judy Blue Eyes Crosby, Stills & Nash CSN
Blues for yesterday New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers Vol 2
Delta Lady (live) Joe Cocker & Mad Dogs Mad Dogs and Englishmen (Deluxe)
Glenfern Kathleen Edwards Total Freedom
www.mulliganstew.ca Coming UP – The Wood Brothers
A dreams a dream The Wood Brothers Kingdom of the Mind
Honey Jar The Wood Brothers The Muse
Midnight Rider The Wood Brothers Up above my head
www.deanehouse.com www.river-café.com
Bang a Gong U2/Elton John Bang a Gong -Tribute to Marc Bolan-T Rex
How Lucky Kurt Vile & John Prine Speed. Sound Lonely KV – EP
Calling me home Rhiannon Giddens & Francesco Turrisi Water Bound
Jon Batiste Vinyl Contest tmulligan@ckua.com Put Jon Batiste in Subject
we are Jon Batiste We Are
TDMulligan – The Stew Year 26 coming UP Dominque Fils-Aime
Hey Hey What can I do Led Zeppelin Coda (Deluxe)
September Fields Frazey Ford September Fields
Thing called Love John Hiatt Bring the Family
The Pretender Jackson Browne The Pretender
Willin’ (live) Linda Ronstadt Live in Hollywood
www.mulliganstew.ca Next – Dominique Fils-Aime Three Little Words
Interview with Dominique Fils-Aime with TDMulligan
Mind made up Dominique Fils-Aime Three Little Words
Interview with Dominique Fils-Aime with TDMulligan
Grow Mama grow Dominique Fils-Aime Three Little Words
Interview with Dominique Fils-Aime www.mulliganstew.ca
Love take over Dominique Fils-Aime Three Little Words
Interview with Dominique Fils-Aime with TDMulligan
Stand by me Dominique Fils-Aime Three Little Words
www.nobleridge.com Podcast is Van Gogh Immersion
Here comes the Sun The Beatles Abbey Road
April she will come (live) Simon and Garfunkle Live at Central Park – NYC
A beautiful morning The Rascals Greatest Hits
Mulligan Stew Podcast-The story of Van Gogh Immersive Event Subscribe Spotify. Google Play. Apple Podcasts Thank You
Shake it Break it New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers Vol 1

 

EP 148 | Annabelle Mauger-Imagine Van Gogh

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Our guest this week is Annebelle Mauger. Manager of Imagine Van Gogh. The immersive ground-breaking installation that’s gaining profile all over the World.

It opens at Vancouver’s Convention and Exhibition Centre March 19 – June 11 and in Edmonton Expo Centre March 27 – May 2

Update:

*Vancouver Van Gogh will now be open until the end of August.

*EDMONTON VAN GOGH POSTPONED UNTIL APRIL 15TH 2021

 

https://vancouver.imagine-vangogh.com/information/

https://edmonton.imagine-vangogh.com/information/

 

In 2000, Annabell Mauger discovered Cathédrale d’images in Baux-de-Provence thanks to her partner, Timothée Polad. Founded by his grandparents Albert and Anne Plécy, this historic site was home to the first audiovisual creation in “Image Totale”. As it gained recognition worldwide, Cathédrale d’images presented new immersive exhibitions every year.

Imagine Van Gogh, designed by Annabelle Mauger and Julien Baron (longtime collaborators on projects at Cathédrale d’images), is a direct continuation of Albert Plécy’s concept of the “Image Totale”.

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From the very first outline of Imagine Van Gogh right up to its full realization, complete respect for the painted work is present in all of Annabelle Mauger and Julien Baron’s work. Though time passes and technology evolves, these advancements ensure above all else the preservation of still works of art.

Imagine Van Gogh highlights the works of Vincent Van Gogh from his Arles period (1888-1889) to the end of his life in 1890. These were exceptional years for the master, showcasing his talent, as well as his torments, in iconic works such as Sunflowers, Irises, Wheatfield with Crows, The Starry Night, in addition to his Japanese influences with the magnificent Almond Blossoms or his later The Church at Auvers. It also incorporates the many portraits painted during this period, including his Self-Portraits, Portrait of Dr. Gachet, La Mousmé, Portrait of the Postman Joseph Roulin, and L’Arlésienne: Madame Ginoux. Altogether, an incredible number of Van Gogh’s masterpieces will be revealed to visitors from a completely new perspective.

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Vincent writing to his brother Theo as he painted …

The Arles Period

Selected works: The Yellow House, Café Terrace at Night, Harvest at La Crau with Montmajour in the Background, L’Arlésienne : Madame Ginoux, Sunflowers, Starry Night over the Rhône (1888).

When the mistral’s blowing, though, it’s the very opposite of a pleasant land here, because the mistral’s really aggravating. But what a compensation, what a compensation, when there’s a day with no wind. What intensity of colors, what pure air, what serene vibrancy.

The Saint-Rémy-de-Provence Period

Selected works: The Garden of St. Paul Hospital, The Red Vineyard, The Road Menders, Les Alyscamps, Fishing Boats on the Beach at Saintes-Maries (1889).

For many days I’ve been absolutely distraught, as in Arles, just as much if not worse, and it’s to be presumed that these crises will recur in the future, it is abominable.»

The Auvers-sur-Oise Period

Selected works: The Town Hall at Auvers, Portrait of Doctor Gachet, The House of Pere Pilon, Daubigny’s Garden. The Church at Auvers, Landscape of Auvers in the Rain, Wheatfield with Crows (May 20 to July 29, 1890).

Auvers is really beautiful – among other things many old thatched roofs, which are becoming rare. I’d hope, then, that in doing a few canvases of that really seriously, there would be a chance of recouping some of the costs of my stay – for really, it’s gravely beautiful, it’s the heart of the countryside, distinctive and picturesque.

They’re immense stretches of wheatfields under turbulent skies, and I made a point of trying to express sadness, extreme loneliness. You’ll see this soon, I hope – for I hope to bring them to you in Paris as soon as possible since I’d almost believe that these canvases will tell you what I can’t say in words, what I consider healthy and fortifying about the countryside.

Vincent Van Gogh

Exhibition: https://vancouver.imagine-vangogh.com/lexposition/

Annabelle Mauger Bio: https://vancouver.imagine-vangogh.com/biographie-dannabelle-mauger/

Vincent Van Gogh Bio: https://vancouver.imagine-vangogh.com/biographie-de-vincent-van-gogh/

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EP 147 | Ziggy Alberts Interview

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1.6 MILLION + MONTHLY LISTENERS ON SPOTIFY!

OVER 406 MILLION ALL-TIME STREAMS ON SPOTIFY!

SOLD OUT CANADIAN DATES ON 2019 TOUR!

 

“For fans who’ve been following Ziggy’s career from day dot, his increasing popularity wouldn’t come as a shock. To everyone else, the Ziggy story is probably still something of a surprise. He’s a self-made success, and it’s a grassroots swell plenty of people are getting behind” – Triple J

Ziggy Alberts  wasn’t just messing around with his first 7 albums.

He was going to Ziggy School.

Getting ready for the day when he would write and record and release THE album. Searching for Freedom is it.

You may not know who Ziggy is but you will. It might be next or next month or right now but his day is coming.

Enjoy…seek out the tunes.

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MulliganStew March 13th 2021- Guest Ziggy Alberts

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THE STEW

Hello All:

Here’s the deal.

This weeks Stew is a mix of many MANY themes and passions.

The guest is Ziggy Alberts from Sunshine Coast, Queensland Australia.

His 8th album Searching for Freedom comes out next Friday.

The Zig is like an OZ version of Brian Wilson.  Bags of songs. Driven by surfing and constantly seeking new directions.

The complete interview can be experienced on the Mulligan  Stew Podcast (Spotify. Apple podcasts. Google play)

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We gots some classic tracks from:

Rory Gallagher

Rod Stewart

Kdlang

Van Morrison

Neil Young

The Band

Linda Ronstadt

Elvis Costello

Dylan

Steely Dan

Nazareth

Stones

Tom Petty Live

New music from

KALEO

Ariel Posen

Kingfish Ingram

The Devil makes three

All them Witches

Dominque fils-Aime

Whos IN??

PLAYLIST:

The Stew March 13 2021 TDMulligan
TDMulligan www.mulliganstew.ca
leaving town blues rory gallagher blues
every picture tells astory rod stewart every picture tells a story
b roken bones KALEO A/B
www.mulliganstew.ca Tonights Guest – Ziggy Alberts
After the Goldrush kd lang hymns for the 49th parrallel
heart by heart ariel posen headway
rock and roll kingfish ingram single 2020
www.winebc.com Coming UP – songs for sean
old #7 the devil makes three the devil makes three
The marriage of coyote woman All them witches lightning at the door
could it be dominique fils-aime three little words
sulpher to sugarcane elvis costello. secret. profane and sugarcane
www.mulliganstew.ca TDMulligan Year 26
a town called paradise van morrison no guru. No method., no teacher
THIS is Mulligan Stew CKUA Radio Terry David Mulligan
Melinda (live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Soundstage
Hey Hey Out of the blue Neil Young and crazy horse Remaster of Rust never Sleeps
Rock and roll shoes (live) The Band rock of ages
tumbling dice Linda Ronstadt Greatest hits (new master)
www.coyotesbanff.com Hey..it’s the Stew Year 26
things have changed bob dylan the essential BD
my old school steely dan countdown to ecstacy
love hurts (acoustic) Nazareth Big Dogs
hide your love Rolling Stones Goatshead Soup
TDMulligan – Host of Mulligan Stew Ziggy Alberts is featiured on the Mulligan Stew Podcast
Ziggy Alberts Interview Podcast complete interview at Mulligan Stew Podcast
Heartbeat ziggy alberts searching for freedom
Ziggy Alberts Interview Podcast complete interview at Mulligan Stew Podcast
Letting Go ziggy alberts searching for freedom
Put it where you want it The Crusaders best of