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Mulligan Stew June 8th 2019 – Leeroy Stagger

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We start with CCR – Born on the bayou.

And finish with The Beatles.  (will explain)

In between

Norah Jones

New Bruce Springsteen (Western Stars) and old Bruce Springsteen (Jungleland)

New Jimmy Vaughn. Colin Linden and Luther Dickinson. Lake Street Dive and
new Rolling Stones with Ed Sheeran

A double shot of J Geils Band Live (is there any other way?)

Our donor asked for several different versions of the great Doc
Pomus/Drifters hit  Save the last dance for me

So..Emmylou Harris, Aaron Neville and Leonard Cohen.

Got some Blue Shadows, Every brothers, Valentinos, Toots, John Mellencamp,
Jeff Beck and Joss Stone, Taj.

And we finish with three remarkable albums.

June 8  1967

The Beatles start a 23 week run at #1 on the UK Charts and around the World

June 8 1983

Every Breath by The Police stays at #1 for four weeks

June 8 1984

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band release the album Born to Run.

The album that saved the band and its leader.  The last shot they thought
they had.

It had 7 Top 10 singles and was the best selling album of 1985.

For you we play the last track.  The Epic  Jungle land.

We have another drive through guest this week.

Host of Dirty Windshields on CKUA Radio and a fine singer/songwriter  Leeroy
Stagger.

He has pulled off a minor miracle..writing, producing and recording two new
albums.

We showcase the first one Me and the Mountain on this week’s Mulligan Stew
Podcast.  The complete interview.

(Spotify. Google Play. Apple Podcasts)

We’ll run our version of the interview in a couple of weeks but for this
visit..Leeroy tells one tale and moves on..

The second album is called Strange Path..it comes out Friday Sept 13 2019

Salute!!

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew June 8 2019
Welcome to The Stew with Terry David Mulligan
Born on the bayou CCR Cosmo’s Factory
Pink houses (live) John Mellencamp Live at Town hall
Sailin On Toots and the Maytals Funky Kingston
Begin again Norah Jones Begin Again
www.deanehouse.com Coming UP – Bruce. Stones.Taj.
Let it be me The Everly Brothers Best of
Save the last dance for me (live) Leonard Cohen Live in Dublin
www.mulliganstew.ca Podcast on Spotify.Google Play & Apple Podcasts
Tucson Train Bruce Springsteen Western Stars
Best of Burden (live) The Rolling Stones and Ed Sheeran Honk
Midnight hour Jimmy Vaughn Baby please come home
Sweet Mama Janice (live) Taj Mahal The real thing
www.mulliganstew.ca Mulligan Stew Podcast – This week Leeroy Stagger
Don’t let go Colin Linden and Luther Dickinson Amour
Looking for a love The Valentinos The Valentinos
TD Mulligan – The Stew How’s your Saturday night? @ tdmulligan
Am I wrong? Keb Mo Keb Mo
www.mulliganstew.ca Terry David Mulligan
Wait (live) The J Geils Band Live! Blow your face out
Raise your hand (live) The J Geils Band Live! Blow your face out
I put a spell on you Jeff Beck and Joss Stone Emotion and Commotion
Shame, Shame, Shame. Lake Street Dive Free Yourself Up
www.coyotesbanff.com Coming Up – Jungleland. Every Breath. Sgt Pepper
Save the last dance for me Emmylou harris Blue Kentucky Girl
Save the last dance for me Aaron Neville Til the night is gone. A tribute to Doc Pomus
Raised on Robbery Blue Shadows On the floor of Heaven
mulligan Stew terry david mulligan
jungleland bruce springsteen e street band born to run
every breath you take the police message in a box
sgt pepper the Beatles sgt pepper
little help from my friends the Beatles sgt pepper
www.mulliganstew.ca Podcast. Stew Radio. Tasting Room Radio
Leeroy Stagger Quick Interview Complete interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Caught in the Middle Leeroy Stagger Me and the Mountain
Thank you for listening Next week Keb Mo

Mulligan Stew June 1st 2019-Jenn Grant, Terry Wickam Interviews

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Terry-Wickham

 

 

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew June 1 2019
Welcome to The Stew with Terry David Mulligan
sweet thing (live) Van Morrison Astral Weeks Live at Hollywood Bowl
caught in the middle Leeroy Stagger Me and the Mountain
Mulligan Stew Next – Sting
Englishman in New York Sting My Songs
www.deanehouse.com Coming UP – Terry Wickham and EFMF 2019
This is Party Man Peter Gabriel with The Worldbeaters Party man
Blue Monday George Benson Walking to New Orleans
Mulligan Stew – Year 25 (I think) Coming Up – Terry Wickam and Folk Fest Highlights
Get out my life woman Lee Dorsey Ride your Pony
Bad timing (live) Blue Rodeo Live at Massy hall
States I’m in Bruce Cockburn Bone on Bone
Interview with Terry Wickham Producer of Edmonton Folk Fest
Last of my kind (live) Jason Isbell/400 unit Live at The Ryman
www.mulliganstew.ca Stew Podcast on Spotify.Google Play.Apple Podcasts
Midnight Rider (live) Gregg Allman Zac Brown. Vince Gill All my Friends
Up on Cripple Creek (live) The Band The Last Waltz
Louie Louie Toots/Maytals Funky Kingston
www.coyotesbanff.com Coming UP – Jenn Grant Interview – New Album
Sweet Dream baby (live) Roy Orbison Black and White Night
Learning to fly Tom Petty and the heartbreakers Into the great wide open
Domino Van Morrison best of
Mulligan Stew NEXT – Jenn Grant
Jenn Grant Interview album – Love Inevitable
Favourite Daughter Jenn Grant Love Inevitable
Jenn Grant Interview Complete Interview Podcast on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Magic and Mistakes Jenn Grant Love Inevitable
Jenn Grant Interview Podcast on Spotify. Apple Podcasts. Google Play
keep a light on Jenn Grant Love Inevitable
www.mulliganstew.ca Complete Jenn Grant on Mulligan Stew Podcast

Ep 58 | Jenn Grant Podcast

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Jun 1, 2019

This week, Jenn Grant releases her stunning new record, Love, Inevitable, produced by the Grammy-nominated producer and engineer Tucker Martine. Jenn talks to Terry about motherhood, what it’s like to work with a new producer after making four consecutive records with her husband Daniel Ledwell, and gives us the stories behind songs on the records.

The podcast includes four tracks from Love, Inevitable: “Favourite Daughter,” “Keep A Light On,” “Magic and Mistakes,” and “Raven.”

Mulligan Stew May 25th 2019- Melissa Etheridge Interview

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Grammy Winner, Oscar holder, Broadway, Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Social spokesperson, media darling and fine human being.

Singer/songwriter Melissa Etheridge joins Terry on Mulligan Stew on the CKUA Radio Network.
Her newest album is The Medicine Show.
Themes include Trump, Medicinal Marijuana, Parkland, Opioid Crisis, people forming a Human Chain to save lives. And yes, the Joy of being alive.
It’s been 25 years since we last talked backstage at Woodstock 2.
Frankly, there was a time I thought I’d never see her again. She was battling Cancer then. In typical Melissa fashion she beat back the insidious infliction and is now  15 years cancer free.

We welcome Melissa Etheridge to Mulligan Stew.
And check out the playlist. Wall to wall Saturday night music.

Next week

Jenn Grant
June 15 Keb Mo
Then
The Sheepdogs

PLAYLIST

Mulligan Stew w/TDMulligan May 25 – Melissa Etheridge Interview
Love train Paul Thorn Don’t let the Devil ride
Love train O’Jays Back Stabber
Gasoline Matt Anderson 1/2 way home by morning
This life Vampire Weekend The Bride Father
www.deanehouse.com Coming UP – Melissa Etheridge Interview
Midnight Rider Sharon Jones and Dap Kings Single
Love and Happiness Al Green I’m astill in love with you
In 30 minutes – Melissa Etheridge Interview www.mulliganstew.ca
There goes my miracle Bruce Springsteen Western Stars
Bo Diddley Bo Diddley. Eric Clapton. Robbie Robertson Rock Hall of Fame
Old Man Neil Young Harvest
If I ever was a child Wilco Spotify Sessions
www.mulliganstew.ca TD Mulligan
Rocketman Elton John Honky Chateau
Waiting for the world to change John Mayer – Ben Harper The Village Sessions
I’ll wait The Strumbellas Rattlesnake
NEXT – On The Stew Melissa Etheridge
Melissa Etheridge Interview with TD Mulligan
Bring me some Water Melissa Etheridge Melissa Etheridge
Melissa Etheridge Interview with TD Mulligan
Here comes the rain Melissa Etheridge The Medicine Show
Melissa Etheridge Interview www.mulliganstew.ca Podcast
Faded by Design Melissa Etheridge The Medicine Show
Melissa Etheridge Interview Podcast – www.mulliganstew.ca
Wild and Lonely Melissa Etheridge The Medicine Show
Complete Melissa Etheridge Interview www.mulliganstew.ca
Got love if you want it Billy Gibbons Perfectomondo
This old heart of mine The Isley Brothers Best of
Love has something else to say Tedeschi Trucks Band Revelator
Worried Life/Rollin and Tumblin Van Morrison The Prophet Speaks
www.coyotesbanff.com Next – best Ray Charles – Everrrr
What’d I say Parts 1 $& 2 Ray Charles The Atlantic Years

Ep 57 | Melissa Etheridge Podcast

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May 24, 2019

This spring, Melissa Etheridge released her 15th full-length studio album, The Medicine Show. In their first conversation in two decades, Terry and Melissa discuss how politics, the opioid crisis, and the Parkland school shooting had on the songs on her latest record. Plus, the Grammy Award-winning artist talks to Terry about her battle with cancer, where her songs come from and where they take her, and making cannabis-infused wine.

Ep 56 | TARIQ Podcast

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May 17, 2019

Calgary expat TARIQ talks to Terry about teaching song writing at UBC, the impact that working at CBC Radio 3 had on his creative process, and takes us through four songs on his new album Telegrams. The JUNO-nominated songwriter shares “Coquihalla”, “First Draft”, “Radio Song” and “Walking Dead”, along with insights into the lyrics on the record.

Mulligan Stew May 18th 2019- Jenn Grant and Tariq Interviews, and remembering Bill Coull

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A bit of everything this week on The Stew.

Much like other Stews it has a mix of thoughts, people, places and things.
All set to music.

But there’s a melancholy with the host this week.

This week we lost one of the best broadcasters  ever to speak into a
microphone and play what his head and heart willed him to play.

Bill Coull was the heart and soul of CKUA Radio for many years. His jazz
program lifted by spirits and touched my soul.

I knew nothing about the greater part of his life.  Sadly, it’s only now I
get the whole picture in reading peoples comments. It’s like a jigsaw
puzzle. I was missing way too much of the total man.

I did, however, get to listen to one of the very best broadcasters I had ever
heard.

From one curmudgeon to another..I’ll miss you Bill.

In his honour, I’ve included a couple of jazz tracks in today’s Stew.


We have two guests on Saturdays Stew

Quick interviews at the drive-through window with Jenn Grant and Tariq.
Both will be featured in much longer form on Mulligan Stew Podcast, starting
with Tariq – posted this very day. Both have Alberta dates. Jenn this
weekend and Tariq next weekend. And both have new albums. Jenn’s is Love,
Inevitable.  Halfway through writing and recording the album, she
discovered she was pregnant.  Her son is on the road with her now.

Tariq’s is Telegrams.  What’s really interesting is that Tariq lectures on
lyrics and songwriting at UBC.  Is he a student of his teaching? Let’s find
out.

We start with

The Temps, Grupo Fantasma  Van the Man, Paul Simon Live, the amazing Lizz
Wright sings Ray Charles and Thunder Road from Born to Run.

Then four voices

Joey Landreth

Kingfish Ingram (with Buddy Guy)

And Mark Knopfler.

Hour two rips with…

Tommy Castro

The Band and Dylan – Last Waltz

Jackson Browne

Chris Isaak

T Heads

Stevie Wonder

Herby Hancock, Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers and Miles Davis pay
tribute to Bill Coull

NEXT week

Melissa Etheridge

June 15th

Keb Mo

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan StewYear 24www.mulliganstew.ca
Beauty is only skin deepThe TemptationsBest of
Let me beGrupo FantasmaAmerican Music
I love the love i liveVan MorrisonThe Prophet Speaks
GracelandPaul SimonGraceland 25 years
www.deanehouse.comComing UP – Joe landreth, Mark Knopfler 
What would I do without youLizz WrightGrace
Thunder RoadBruce Springsteen and the E Street BandBorn to Run
TD Mulliganmulliganstew.ca 
MoaninArt BlakeyBest of
www.mulliganstew.caComing up – Jenn Grant and Tariq 
cryingjoey landrethHindsight
fresh outKingfish Ingram & Buddy Guyfresh out
blackbirdGregory PorterSpotiify singles
Just a boy a long way from homeMark KnopflerDown the road wherever
www.mulliganstew.caComing UP – Jackie Wilson back to back 
Baby workoutJackie WilsonOriginal Brunswick tracks
Higher and higherJackie WilsonBest of
Mulligan Stewtdmulligan 
driftin’Herbie HancockTakin’ off
www.mulliganstew.caPodcast on Spotify. Google Play. Apple Podcasts 
big sister’s radioTommy Castrovery best
Reach out I’ll be thereFour TopsUltimate Soul 3
Forever Young (live)The Band with Bob DylanThe Last Waltz
www.coyotesbanff.comComing up – Jenn Grant and Tariq 
Mulligan stew.cawith terry david mulligan 
Jenn Grant Interview  
Keep a light onJenn GrantLove, Inevitable
Doctor my eyesJackson BrowneSaturate before using
www.mulliganstew.caNext – Paul Simon Live Talking Heads Stevie Wonder 
Mother and Child Reunion (live)Paul SimonLive in NYC
Two HeartsChris IsaakSF Days
Once in a Lifetime (live)Talking HeadsStop Making Sense
I wishStevie WonderSongs on the key of Life
TD Mulliganwww.mulliganstew.ca 
Tariq InterviewTelegrams 
walking deadtariqTelegrams
SummertimeMiles DavisPorgy and Bess

Mulligan Stew May 11th 2019-Mothers Day weekend!

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Mothers Day weekend.

I’m one of those people who believe that every day is Mothers Day.

The playlist on this Saturday night will reflect

Mothers

Mama

Women

Respect!!

Levon Helm   Rag Mama Rag

Bonnie Raitt and John Prine – Angel from Montgomery

Dr John –  Mama Roux

Barney Bentall – Hey Mama

Mama, don’t let your babies grow up to be cowboys – Lucinda Williams

Mama, don’t treat your daughters mean – Ry Cooder

Jann Arden – Good Mother

Mama said – The Shirelles

Put a woman in Charge – Keb Mo with Rosanne Cash

And many more.

New tracks from

Dan Mangan

Whitehorse

Sting

Corey Hart and Alan Doyle

Jim Cuddy

Enjoy..  Hugs to Moms

-TDM

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew with Charlie David Pellican
Rag mama rag Live Levon Helm Ramble at the Ryman
Angel from Montgomery (live) Bonnie Raitt and John Prine Best of
Mama Roux Dr John Very best of and Gris Gris
www.deanehouse.com Mothers Day tunes continue www.mulliganstew.ca
Hey Mama Barney Bentall The drifter and the preacher
She’s always a woman to me Billy Joel The Stranger
mama, dont let your babies – 2 B Cowboys Lucinda Williams The Imus Ranch album
TD Mulligan www.mulliganstew.ca
Mama told me not to come (live) Randy Newman Live in London
www.mulliganstew.ca NEXT – Little Richard and Elvis – for your mama
true fine mama Little Richard Best of
That’s all right mama Elvis Best of
Don’t let go Colin Linden and Luther Dickinson Amour
Mama, don’t treat your daughter mean Ry Cooder The Slide Area
www.mulliganstew.ca TD Mulligan Next The Beatles
your mother should know The Beatles Magical Mystery Tour
mama said The Shirelles best of
Good Mother Jann Arden Living under June
Hour Two of The Stew www.mulliganstew.ca
Another is waiting (live) The Avett Brothers Live Vol 4
Put a woman in charge Keb Mo and Rosanne Cash Oklahoma
Shame Tedeschi Trucks band Signs
Hallelujah Brandi Carlille Spotify singles
www.coyotesbanff.com NEXT – Tom Petty Live
Breakdown (live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers The Live Anthology
This is Mulligan Stew with Terry David Mulligan
Have a little faith in me Dan Mangan artist single – from his website
Strike Me Down Whitehorse Panther in the Dollhouse
If you love somebody set them free Sting My songs
Sonny’s Dream Alan Doyle – Corey Hart single
Back here again Jim Cuddy Countrywide Soul
I remember you Keb Mo and Rosanne Cash Oklahoma

55 | Doug Cox Podcast

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May 10, 2019

Vancouver Island Music Festival artistic director Doug Cox talks to Terry David Mulligan about the 2019 edition of the festival featuring Colin James, Tom Cochrane and Red Rider, Asleep at the Wheel and more.

Ep 54 | Colin Linden Podcast

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May 6, 2019

Terry talks to Colin Linden about his latest release – a collaboration with Luther Dickinson titled ‘Amour’, backed by The Tennessee Valentines featuring Dominic Davis (bass), Bryan Owings (drums), Fats Kaplin (violin and accordion), and Kevin McKendree (keys). Plus, Colin shares some big news for Blackie and the Rodeo Kings fans.