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Mulligan Stew Sept 21st 2019- Robbie Robertson Interview

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September 20th is a big day in Robbie Robertson’s life.

 

Let’s face it,  Robbie has had many memorable days.

As Lead guitarist and  principal songwriter for the brotherhood known to all as  The Band, his esteemed  place in music history is assured.

So why Sept 20th?

That’s the day Sinematic,  Robbie’s 6th solo album is released.

Sinematic is followed by the general release of the documentary Once were Brothers, the story of The Band on film,  video and striking photos taken from right inside the music.

Then comes the soundtrack he wrote for The Irishman, Martin Scorcese’s  film about the mob and the last project to drop is the 50 year celebration of The band’s second album The Band which gave us The Night they drove old Dixie Down, Cripple Creek, King Harvest etc.

The brotherhood lives on.

A fresh canvas – a new beginning!

The last 30 minutes of The Stew is devoted to saluting Bruce Springsteen on his 70th Birthday (Monday)

We start with artists who covered Bruce’s songs..

Lucy Dacus from Boy Genius..

Atlantic City – The Band from Jericho

Johnny 99 – Johnny Cash

And finish the Stew with

The Rising – from The Rising

Hello Sunshine – from Western Stars

Born to Run (live) – from Springsteen on Broadway. 

 

In between the Robbie/Bruce sandwich are

Marc Bolan

Delbert McClinton

Ry Cooder

Bette La Vette

Travelling Wilburys

Otis Redding

Leeroy Stagger

Janiva Magness

Colin Linden/Luther Dickinson

And speaking of  Boy Genius  – David GoGo

 

 

Congrats Robbie

Happy Birthday  Bruce

-TDM

 

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew Sept 21 2019
Welcome to The Stew Special Guest Robbie Robertson
Barefootin’ David Onley Barefootin’
Lodi Janiva Magness and Sam Morrow Lodi
Don’t let go Colin Linden and Luther Dickinson Amour
Deeper Well Leeroy Stagger Strange Path
www.river-cafe.com Coming UP – Robbie Robertson Interview
End of the line The Traveling Wilburys Travelling Wilburys Vol 1
These arms of mine Otis Redding Very best of
Robbie Robertson NEXT on Mulligan Stew www.mulliganstew.ca
Robbie Robertson Interview with Terry David Mulligan
I hear you paint houses Robbie Robertson Sinematic
Robbie Robertson Interview www.mulliganstew.ca
Once were Brothers Robbie Robertson Sinematic
Robbie Robertson Interview Also on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Dead end kid Robbie Robertson Sinematic
Robbie Robertson Interview www.mulliganstew.ca
Up on Cripple Creek The Band The Band
www.mulliganstew.ca Saluting Bruce Springsteen in 30 minutes
Get it on – Bang a Gong Marc Bolan Best of T-Rex
Get Rhythm Ry Cooder Get Rhythm
Down in the Mouth Delbert McClinton Tall, Dark and handsome
Things have changed Bette LaVette Things have changed
www.coyotesbanff.com The Stew with tdm
I found a love David GoGo Soul Bender
Complete Robbie Robertson Interview
Mulligan Stew Podcast Spotify Google Play Apple Podcasts
Santa Fe Steamer David Vest Roadhouse Revelation
NEXT- we celebrate Bruce Springsteens Birthday Bruce turns 70 on Monday
Dancing in the Dark Lucy Dacus (Boy Genius) EP
Atlantic City The Band Jericho
Johnny 99 Johnny Cash Best of
Happy 70 Bruce!!! www.mulliganstew.ca
The Rising Bruce Springsteen The Rising
Hello Sunshine Bruce Springsteen Western Stars
Born to Run (live) Bruce Springsteen Live on Broadway

Ep 73 | Robbie Robertson PODCAST

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Sep 19, 2019

On the eve of the 50th anniversary of The Band’s landmark self-titled 1969 album, Terry David Mulligan catches up with Robbie Robertson. As the lead guitarist and principal songwriter for the brotherhood known to all as The Band, Robertson holds an esteemed place in music history.

On September 20th, his sixth solo album Sinematic will be released. The record will be followed by the release of the documentary Once Were Brothers, the story of The Band on film. Robbie talks with Terry about his many projects, including the soundtrack he wrote for Martin Scorcese’s film The Irishman.  

Mulligan Stew Sept 14th 2019- A Mix…old and new!

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Like all good Stews it’s a mix of old and new,
Joey Landreth, Steve Miller Band from an alternate universe.
Rodney Crowell with Billy Gibbons from zztop driving down the road in a 56 Fury. You know it rocks.
The great Linda Ronstadt owning Lowell George’s Willin’
A Midnight set. The whole  second segment.
Midnight songs from
Jimmie Vaughn
Allman Bros
CCR
Wilson Pickett (of course)
Tedeschi Trucks Band. Live. Midnight in Harlem.
(Can you name them?)
We’ll throw in
George Harrison live in Japan
Mavis
Chrissie Hynde from the fascinating Valve Bone Woe
Stones, Zep, The Beatles, California Honey Drop’s, Sir Douglas Quintet and Sell a Song from Honky Blues.
AND
Two tracks from The Band with a reminder that Robbie Robertson will Guest on Mulligan Stew Podcast starting next Friday. It’s the day his album Sinematic drops. 
And next Saturday he’ll guest on Mulligan Stew at 5

PLAYLIST:

TBD

Ep 72 | Augie Meyers PODCAST

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Sep 7, 2019

This week, Augie Meyers reflects on his astounding musical career, collaborating with some of the biggest names in music. Auggie was just a kid growing up in San Antonio, Texas when he met and became instant friends with Doug Sahm, with whom he formed The Sir Douglas Quintet. Augie always on the VOX organ. That was his sound. It would carry him all over the world, with hits like “She’s About A Mover,” and “Mendocino.”

When the Quintet ran its course they formed Texas Tornados with Freddy Fender and Flaco Jimenez. Augie would later record two albums with Bob Dylan – ‘Time Out of Mind’ and ‘Love and Theft.’ He also recorded ‘Wicked Grin’ with John Hammond and Tom Waits, and worked in Canada with Doug, Amos Garrett and Gene Taylor.

Mulligan Stew Sept 7th 2019-Hal Blaine Tribute

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As you all know CKUA is donor-supported radio..for over 90 years.
That tells me that the audience found what they’re looking for.  Great Music.
So it didn’t come as a surprise when today’s first-hour donor suggested a Tribute to Hal Blaine.
He died March 11th this tear.
The single most prolific drummer/musician ever!
As a member of the famed LA session band The Wrecking Crew and legendary records with Phil Spector and Brian Wilson..
Hal Blaine played on 35,000 sessions and 6,000 singles.
He’s the first sideman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and was presented with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.

Today – in the first 30 minutes of the Stew we salute Hal Blaine. (Check out the Playlist below)

The rest of The Stew music isn’t exactly lame Bo0z Steely Dan Robbie Robertson and Van Morrison Little Feat The Bros. Landreth Wilco Lumineers Springsteen Live Tedeschi Trucks with Sharon Jones Los Lobos John Prine The Beatles

Let’s get going
5-7 Mtn
4-6 Pacific

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew Sept 7 2019 Hal Blaine Tribute
This is Mullign Stew – Year Twenty something playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Be my baby The Ronettes Best of
Another Saturday Night Sam Cooke Best of
Mr. Tambourine Man The Byrds best of
It’s over Roy Orbison Very best
Everybody’s Talking Harry Nilsson Very best of
Then He Kissed me The Chrystals Very best of
www.deanehouse.com Coming UP on The Stew – Beach Boys. Paul Simon. Ray Charles
God only knows The Beach Boys best of
Mother and Child ReUnion Paul Simon Paul Simon
Being Green Ray Charles best of
Mulligan Stew with TDM www.mulliganstew.ca
You’re not Boz Scaggs Dig
I’m glad for your sake Sir Douglas Quintet Mercury Years – Honky Blues
Any World (that I’m welcome to) Steely Dan Katy Lied
I hear you paint houses Robbie Robertson and Van Morrison Sinematic
www.mulliganstew.ca The Stew with TDMulligan
I got you babe Sonny and Cher Greatest Hits
Tribute to Drummer Hal Blaine Mulligan Stew
River Deep Mountain High Ike and Tina Turner River Deep Mountain Hugh
Mulligan Stew – Hour Two www.mulliganstew.ca
Got to be you The Bros.Landreth 87
Spanish Moon Little Feat Feats Don’t Fail me now
What’s the World got in store Wilco being there
Thunder road Sara Watkins Born to Uke
This Mulligan Stew – Year Twenty Something Coming UP – Lumineers and Turtles
Gloria The Lumineers Gloria Sparks
The Middle Trampled by Turtles Life is good on the open road
TDMulligan The Stew with TDMulligan
Jet Pilot Bob Dylan rarities
NEXT – Live Bruce.Tedeschi Trucks.Los Lobos www.mulliganstew.ca
Open all night (live) Bruce Springsteen Songs of the road/The Live Series
I pity the Fool (live) Tedeschi Trucks. Sharon Jones & Dap Kings Wheels of Soul 2015
What’s going on (live) Los Lobos Just another band from East LA
www.coyotesbanff.com www.mulliganstew.ca
Summer’s end John Prine The tree of Forgiveness
Dear Prudence The Beatles White LP

Ep 71 | Bobby Rush Podcast

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Meet the King of the Chitlin’ Circuit: Bobby Rush. The Grammy Award winning artist has recorded almost 400 songs in almost 7 decades. At 77, he doesn’t do over 200 shows a year anymore, but you can still find him working whatever room he’s in.
This month, Bobby released ‘Sitting on Top of the Blues’, his 26th studio album and 75th career release. Bobby reflects on his legacy, his last encounter with B.B. King, a meeting with Martin Luther King Jr., and the importance of being himself as a performer.

Mulligan Stew August 31st 2019-End of Summer!

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Here’s the late breaking headline  SUMMER’S DONE – Like Dinner

Rather than fade into grey..feeling sorry for ourselves..The Stew decided to celebrate the long weekend and the glorious last days of the Summer Season.

With Music. Party Games and sneaky naps.

The donors are getting into it as well.

Hour one has great  LIVE tracks from

John Mayer

Stevie Ray Vaughn (we lost him 29 years ago)

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (Breakdown)

Eric Clapton and Steve Winwood (Grammy Gold)

Back to back with

John Hammond and Tom Waits

Blackie and the Rodeo Kings

Norah Jones

Bob Marley and the Wailers

Tracy Chapman

Marvin Gaye

Hour TWO –

Starts with New Robbie Robertson – Let Love Reign.  A very personal tribute to the late John Lennon.

Robbie will be our special guest the day his new album Sinematic comes out Sept 20 on the Mulligan Stew Podcast and The Stew on Saturday Sept 21.

There’s new music from

California Honey drops

Corb Lund (with Ian Tyson)

Brittany Howard (from Alabama Shakes)

Plus Lake Street Dive, Linda Ronstadt and the Stone Poneys, and Eric Clapton Live at MSG celebrating Bob Dylan’s 30th anniversary of recording.

The last 30 minutes of The Stew features All Rolling Stones as our donor was one of 350 people jammed into the El Mocambo night club in Toronto the night The Rolling Stones did a surprise gig.

You get

Little Red Rooster (live)

Under my Thumb (Live)

Wild Horses (live)

Tumbling Dice from Exile on Main Street

Have a great long weekend

TDM

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew Aug 31 2019
Welcome to The Stew with tdmullign www.mulliganstew.ca
Vultures (live) John Mayer Where the light is- Live is LA
Water of Gasoline Blackie and the Rodeo Kings Swingin from the chains of love
Begin again Norah Jones Begin Again
could you be loved? Bob Marley and the Wailers Uprising
www.deanehouse.com NEXT – Remembering Stevie Ray
Things I used to do (live) Stevie Ray Vaughn Live at Carnegie Hall
www.mulliganstew.ca Coming UP – Tom Petty Live
Breakdown (live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Live – at the Wiltern Theatre
16 shells from 30 ought 6 John Hammond (with Tom Waits) Wicked Grin
www.mulliganstew.ca with Terry David Mulligan
Give me one reason Tracey Chapman New Beginning
Split Decision (live) Eric Clapton – Stevie Winwood Live at Madison Square garden
Mercy mercy Me Marvin Gaye Hitsville
Mulligan Stew for your long weekend
www.mulliganstew.ca Playlist on website
Let Love Reign Robbie Robertson Sinematic
Bubble Gum California Honeydrops A Higher Degree
Baby dont leave me alone Lake Street Dive Free yourself up
Different Drum Stone Poneys Evergreen Vol 2
www.coyotesbanff.com www.mulliganstew.ca
Ride On Corb Lund and Ian Tyson Cover your tracks
Stay High Brittany Howard Jamie
www.mulliganstew.ca
Coming UP – The Stones at the El Mocambo
Interview with donor Dan Thorburn
Little Red Rooster (live) The Rolling Stones Live at The El Mocambo
Under my Thumb (live) The Rolling Stones Honk
Wild Horses (live) The Rolling Stones Stripped
Tumbling Dice The Rolling Stones Honk/Exile on Main Street
Have a great weekend See you in September
Don’t think twice (It’s all right) Live Eric Clapton Bob Dylans 30th Anniversary MSG

EP 70: Doug “Cosmo” Clifford Podcast

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Aug 25, 2019

Rock ‘n Roll Hall of Fame drummer Doug “Cosmo” Clifford joins Terry to discuss his work as the original drummer for Creedence Clearwater Revival, and his current Creedence Clearwater Revisited tour which sees the band performing three dates in Alberta. Cosmo talks to Terry about the early days of CCR, the band’s plethora of million-selling singles, and the state of his relationship with John Fogerty.

Mulligan Stew August 24th 2019-60’s and 70’s tracks

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The “plan” was to connect with today’s donor Toby and see what his favorite artist was.
Tony had other plans.
Please play tracks from the 60’s and 70’s.
I loved the idea. They were some of the very best years in all of popular music.
Of course I got carried away.
Hour one has new Robbie Robertson,  Small Glories, Shari Ulrich Sting, Terra Lightfoot.
Back to back
Stones, Tower of Power, ZZ Top, Keb Mo and Rosanne Cash.
Then comes Hour Two.
A wicked mix of 60’s and 70’s.
The Band
Dusty
Otis
Van
Beatles
Smokey
Dylan
Springfield
Bowie
Sam Cooke.

Enjoy!!!

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew with TD Mulligan Aug 24 2019
Mercy Now Mike Ferris Shine for all the people
Let love reign Robbie Robertson Sinematic
If you love somebody Sting Best of 25 years
www.mulliganstew.ca Hour Two is all 60’s and 70’s. Prime Cuts
www.deanehouse.com Coming UP – Terra Lightfoot
Paradise Terra Lightfoot New Mistakes
Pulling back the reins k d lang Reintarnation
Coming Up in Hour Two All 60’s and 70’s outstanding artists
Shine a light (live) The Rolling Stones Live – 50 years
634-5789 Tower of Power and Huey Lewis Great Ameriocan Soulbook
Have you heard? ZZ Top Tres Hombes
Put a woman in charge Keb Mo and Rosanne Cash) Oklahoma
www.mulliganstew.ca with tdmulligan
Don’t back down The Small Glories Assiniboine and The Red
That’s what I thought too Shari Ulrich Back to shore
Coming Up on The Stew James Brown and the Famous Flames
Papa’s got a brand new bag James Brown and the Famous Flames
Coming UP – celebrating the 60’s and 70’s www.mulliganstew.ca tdm
The Weight The Band Big Pink
Son of a Preacher Man Dusty Springfield Dusty in memphis
Hard to handle Otis Redding Dock of the Bay sessions
Can’t you hear me knocking The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers
www.coyotesbanff.com Mulligan Stew Podcast – Doug Clifford CCR
Sweet thing Van Morrison Astral Weeks
Elenor Rigby The Beatles Revolver
The tracks of my tears Smokey Robinson/Miracles The definitive collection
Nowhere to Run Martha Reeves and the Vandellas Hitsville
People get ready The Impressions People get ready
For what it’s worth Buffalo Springfield Buffalo Springfield
Celebrating the music of the 60/70’s www.mulliganstew.ca
Like a Rolling Stone Bob Dylan Highway 61 Revisited
Space Oddity David Bowie Space Oddity
This has been Mulligan Stew with tdm www.mulliganstew.ca
A change is gonna come Sam Cooke Ain’t that good news

Ep 69 | The Bros. Landreth Podcast

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Aug 17, 2019

Joey Landreth and his older brother David grew up in a total music house in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Father Wally was a working musician, playing gigs and making records with everyone he met. The boys raided the record collection every day..soaking up blues, r&b, jazz and country.

Later, when they both picked up the guitar and started to make music they focused in on The Allman Brothers, Ry Cooder, and Little Feat. The Bros. Landreth won a JUNO for Let it Lie. The album took over their lives for four years of touring. Their latest record 87 is due out this September. 

We found David and Joey at the Bear Creek Festival in Grand Prairie, their only Canadian gig this year.  All the other brother performances will be in the USA,  the UK, and Europe.