Mulligan Stew July 11 2020- Saturday Night Live – our way!!


OK – are you safe and well?  Washing the hands? Wearing the mouth thing?

Please take care..and be Kind!


Here’s the deal with The Stew this week…


We’ve been talking a lot lately.

Corb Lund

Eric Burton – Black Pumas

Barney Bentall  and Jim Cuddy

Katherine MacLellan

Mike Plume

It’s time to let the music carry the day. So I put together a collection of Live Tunes and new albums.

The live tracks are from


The Stones – Maybe the best Live version of Tumbling Dice

Van Morrison – These dreams of you from Too Late To Stop Now

Bob Marley and the Wailers – Stir it UP – Live in London (Happy Birthday Bob)

David Bowie – Under Pressure from a new release Live in Dallas 95 (a refresh)

And that right there is  the first 15 minutes of The Stew

Also have live tracks from


Paul Simon and Aaron Neville  Bridge over trouble water at New Orleans Jazz Festival

The Chieftains and Roger Daltrey – Behind Blue Eyes

Michael Kaeshammer (with Colin James)

And to sweeten  The Stew

Corb Lund – Harry Manx & Steve Mariner – Sass Jordan – Los Coast and Gary Clark Jr – Pearl Jam – Shovels and Rope –  Mr Jimi -, New Old Neil Young – Aretha 

and TWO Tracks from Bob Dylan’s Rough and Rowdy Ways

Enjoy your Saturday night – wherever you are..


Mulligan Stew July 11 2020
Welcome to The Stew with Terry David Mulligan
Tumbling Dice (live) The Rolling Stones Love you Live
These dreams of you (live) Van Morrison Too late to stop now
Stir it up (live) Bob Marley and The Wailers Live (in London)
Under Pressure (live) David Bowie Live in Dallas – Ouvrez le Chien Coming UP – Black Pumas. Pearl Jam. Norah Jones
and it’s alright Nathaniel Rateliff and it’s alright
Martha My Dear Madeleine Peyroux Standing on the Rooftop MulliganStew Podcast – My Darling Vivian (Doc of J Cash Wife)
Fire (Steady Grooving Mix) Black Pumas Single
Come back Pearl Jam Pearl Jam
To Live Norah Jones Pick me up off the floor
Mulligan Stew with tdm
Goodbye Jimmy Reed Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways
Cherry Oh Baby (live) UB40 UB40 Live
Ahead by a Century The Tragically Hip Trouble at The Hen House
This is Mulligan Stew
Old men Corb Lund Agricultural Tragic
Little light of Mine Harry Manx. Steve Mariner Hellbound to Heaven
Change is gonna come Los Coast – Gary Clark Jr Samsara MulliganStew Podcast – My Darling Vivian (Doc of J Cash Wife)
I’m coming out (acoustic) Shovels and Rope By Blood
Vacancy Neil Young Homegrown
Remember Jimi Hendrix Are you Experienced?
MulliganStew Podcast features My Darling Vivian Doc on J Cash first wife. 4 daughters wanted the right story
Respect Aretha Franklin I never loved a man Coming UP – Paul Simon Live. Chieftains. Dylan. Colin James
Bridge over Troubled Water (live) Paul Simon (Aaron Neville) P. Simon Collection (live in N.O.)
Behind Blue Eyes (live) The Chieftains and Roger Daltrey The Chieftains – An Irish Evening
Who Are You (live) Michael Kaeshammer (with Colin James) Boogie on the Blues Highway
Leaving Trunk Sass Jordan Rebel Moon Blues
False Prophet Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways
Check Out MulliganStew Podcast Documentary My Darling Vivian (J Cash Family)
Sweet Georgia Michael Kaeshammer Something New

EP 115 | My Darling Vivian-Matt Riddlehoover interview


My Darling Vivian was a line that Johnny Cash wrote at the top of the 100’s of letters he sent to his girlfriend Vivian Liberto when Johnny was in the army and based in Germany. Well before he was famous.

Johnny and Vivian were crazy about each other and when John came back home they decided to get married and have a family.

Four daughters later Johnny Cash was a big music and film star and Vivian was raising the girls well away from the spotlight.

She did make a public appearance at a courthouse when Johnny was busted at the US/Mexican border for drugs.

The shot taken of her in black and white made it appear that she was a light-skinned African American, even though she was Italian.

Radio in the ’60s stopped playing his songs and concert gigs dried up.  Such was the racist society in America at the time.

Vivian filed for a divorce to basically get Johnny’s attention. Problem was,  he did notice and got divorced.

June Carter had entered the picture and that’s where the headlines went.

Vivian’s life was badly portrayed  in the Hollywood film I Walk the Line

Vivian’s daughters  Rosanne, Cindy, Tara, and Kathy Cash were determined to tell their Mothers story and found two perfect filmmakers to partner with.

Matt Riddlehoover – (John’s Grand son-in-Law) Director, writer, editor.

Dustin Tittle –  Grandson of Vivian and John)  Producer

Screen this seriously great Documentary at the website

EP 114 | Eric Burton of Black Pumas


Nov 20  2019 reporter Christie Carras wrote in the LA Times..


“The best new artist category at the Grammys is always expected to introduce some unfamiliar names. But this year’s ticket, announced Wednesday morning, features one that’s nearly unheard of, prompting the question (and inevitable Google search): Who are Black Pumas?”


Who indeed?

For example, I’m sitting in my son Sean’s kitchen on Salt Spring Island and he plays this amazing voice and band. What’s that?

“Black Pumas,” says Sean.

I made a  note and couldn’t wait to discover a band I’d completely missed.

Black Pumas are a soul-funk duo from Austin, Texas.  Guitarist-producer Adrian Quesada and singer/songwriter Eric Burton.

Eric needed to find his voice and Adrian had lots of music he’d created and produced but they needed a great singer to make magic.

On this Mulligan Stew Podcast, we welcome Eric Burton who spent years busking on the streets.  For a small change.   First in the Southwest of the US, then on the Santa Monica Pier in LA and finally on the streets of Austin Texas. (where he got busted for no permit)

Austin is where it all came together and those are the stories Eric brings to this Podcast.

Eric Burton, from busking in the streets to a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist.

What you hear in Eric’s voice is the pride in having done what he set out to do

“..make people respect you and have value for yourself”


Mulligan Stew July 4th 2020-Black Pumas and Bros Landreth


Its a week like no other..even crazier than the week between Christmas and  New Years.

It starts with June 30 (the birthday)

Then July 1 Canada’s Birthday

Then July 4 – America’s Independence Day.

And all the while there’s a pandemic changing the World as we know it.

A lethal combination of happiness and dread!

Can music heal the wounds?   That’s asking a lot but the TRY is so worth it.

We have guests this July 4. 

Eric Burton, lead singer and co-writer of tunes for the Grammy-nominated Black Pumas.

Eric tells the story of busking for years on the streets and on the Santa Monica Pier in LA.

Then finally on the streets in Austin Texas where he’s heard,  discovered and busted.

Several of the songs he sang for dollars later became the ones that audiences and Grammy judges heard and loved.

Eric’s voice is sublime and he’s just getting started. A blend of Sam Cooke, Otis, and James Brown.

The interview finishes with his memory of being busted in Austin.

Corner of Congress and 6th. Black kid. White Policeman. That was 3-4 years ago.

We discuss what that would have been like today..given the situation the streets are in today.

FYI – The complete long-form interview with tracks  can be heard and seen (Zoom) at

And David Landreth from The Bros. Landreth arrives with another tale of creating art with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet.

They re-recorded a song from their first album. A song called Where Were We.

Even though it was released a number of years ago – it seemed to fit the times.

The troupe from Royal Winnipeg Ballet recorded their movements with a combination of Zoom, cameras, and iPhone shots..all while sharing the screen with The Bros.

The interview can be heard on Mulligan Stew – CKUA  Radio 5-7 Mtn Saturday, July 4.

The video can be seen below:

It’s waaay damn cool.


The rest of the Stew can be checked out on the playlist below.

We wish our friends south of the border a safe and calm weekend.



Mulligan Stew July 4 2020
St Louis Blues Herbie Hancock and Stevie Wonder Gershwins World
I’d rather go blind Grace Potter Muscle Shoals. Small town-Big sound
Good Times Roll The Cars The Cars Tonights guests Black Pumas and Bros. Landreth
Vacancy Neil Young Homegrown
Black Teenagers Leeroy Stagger single
Respect Yourself Staple Singers Very Best of NEXT – Cuddy and Frazey and back to Stax
All in time Jim Cuddy Band Countrywide Soul
Golden Frazey Ford U Kin b the Sun
Don’t turn your heater down Albert King (with Steve Cropper and Pops Staples) Stax Classics
Shack in the Back The California Honeydrops Just one more and then some Coming Up next Bros. Landreth and Royal Winnipeg Ballet
David Landreth Interview Bros. Landreth with Royal Winnipeg Ballet
Where Were We Bros. Landreth with Royal Winnipeg Ballet New Single
This is Mulligan Stew with TDMulligan
You dont know (like I know) Sam and Dave Stax Complete Singles
Real real gone Van Morrison Enlightenment
634-5789 Wilson Pickett The exciting Wilson Pickett Coming UP – Eric Burton Black Pumas
J’ai Deux Amour Madeleine Peyroux Careless Love
Anthem (live) Leonard Cohen Live in London
Mulligan Stew
Redemption Song Johnny Cash and Joe Strummer Unearthed NEXT – Eric Burton of Black Pumas
Eric Burton Interview Complete Interview and Zoom Video
Black Moon Rising Black Pumas Black Pumas
Eric Burton Interview Complete Interview and Zoom Video
Fast Car Black Pumas New Single
Eric Burton Interview Complete Interview and Zoom Video
Colours (Acoustic) Black Pumas Spotify single

EP 113 | Corb Lund – Agricultural Tragic


“The songs on Agricultural Tragic sparkle with a kind of authenticity that only someone who lives that life can project.”  –  American Songwriter

“Canada’s finest outlaw songsmith returns to the clever humor that made him a star… one of 2020’s most well rounded and re-playable releases.”  –  Exclaim Magazine

“Do yourself a favor and get your freshly sanitized hands on a copy of the new (album)… Pre-empting any hype or hyperbole, Agricultural Tragic is a record with instantly detectable depth and energy.”  –  Edmonton Journal


“Eloquent and plainspoken, the excellent Agricultural Tragic finds the affable country rocker exploring his roots as a rancher and rodeo rider while striving to adapt this traditional identity to the challenging modern world… Corb Lund radiates authenticity from first note to last.”  –  No Depression

The reviews are just starting to come in.

Album released Friday, June 26..and our conversation aired on Mulligan Stew CKUA Radio Saturday, June 27th.

Here’s the complete interview.

You hear me ask Corb about tour dates and he can’t really answer because they haven’t all been confirmed but we can give you these just released by Warner Music

Plus one BIG date

Corb Lund will make his long-awaited debut at the legendary Grand Ole’ Opry in Nashville, TN on August 29 th, 2020.


Tour dates

November 8, 2020 – Cranbrook, BC – Key City Theatre

November 10, 2020 – Duncan, BC – Cowichan Performing Arts Centre

November 13, 2020 – Victoria, BC – Alix Goolden Performance Hall

November 16, 2020 – Penticton, BC – Cleland Community Theatre

November 17, 2020 – Williams Lake, BC – Cariboo Memorial Centre

November 18, 2020 – Quesnel, BC – Quesnel and District Seniors Center

November 19, 2020 – Prince George, BC – Vanier Hall

November 20, 2020 – Vernon, BC – Vernon & District Performing Arts Centre

November 21, 2020 – Trail, BC – Charles Bailey Theatre

November 22, 2020 – Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom

November 24, 2020 – Edmonton, AB – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

November 25, 2020 – Lloydminster, AB – Vic Juba Community Theatre

November 26, 2020 – Regina, SK – Casino Regina

November 27, 2020 – Saskatoon, SK – Coors Event Centre

November 28, 2020 – Cadillac, SK – Cadillac Community Hall

November 30, 2020 – Calgary, AB – Jack Singer Concert Hall

December 1, 2020 – Winnipeg, MB – Burton Cummings Theatre

December 4, 2020 – Sudbury, ON – The Townehouse

December 5, 2020 – St. Catherine’s, ON – Warehouse Concert Hall

December 6, 2020 – London, ON – London Music Hall

December 7, 2020 – Toronto, ON – The Great Hall

December 8, 2020 – Peterborough, ON – Market Hall Performing Arts Centre

December 9, 2020 – Ottawa, ON – National Arts Centre

December 10, 2020 – Montreal, QC – Le Belmont


Mulligan Stew June 27th-Corb Lund Interview


Hello all…as Canada Day approaches I need to know one thing – Did You Wash Your Hands??

What a bizarre and wondrous time we’re surviving in.

That begs a second question – Does Music have the power to HEAL?

 If you talk to the artists making the music the answer is absolutely.  If you talk to the audience ..many of them will tell you – it does heal. Lifts the soul and the spirit.

I’ve seen it in hospitals and recovery rooms. I’ve read the email to CKUA.

So Mulligan Stew and CKUA Radio have the ability to become a part of the healing process.

Let’s get healed.

The guest tonight on Mulligan Stew is – Corb Lund.


Corbie and his amazing band have crafted Agricultural Tragic, his newest music in years.

That’s  Corb’s description of what they write and play. It’s a throwaway line in interviews and from the stage that’s actually become “something”.

Corb has 6 generations of ranching family,  so you know he ‘s lived what he writes.

Tracks like

Old Men

I think you oughta try whiskey

Raining Horses

Dance with your spurs on

Louis L’Amour

Never not had horses

Ranchin’ Ridin’ Romance – (Two outta three ain’t bad)

Tattoos Blues

This music was meant for hot and sweaty clubs and stages.

We may never see that again so here’s the next best thing is – MULLIGAN STEW

(did I oversell it?

There’s an honesty and truth in Corb’s music.  He plays like he says it. If you let the music into your heart it will move in and heal.

The complete Corb Lund/TDM interview can be heard on MulliganStew Podcast  (

It’s a giggle!

Great playlist tonight.

We start and finish the Stew with Bob Dylan.

Right off the top, it’s  Goodbye Jimmy Reed from Rough and Rowdy Ways. His 39th and perhaps best album.

That’s’ saying something.

We finish with Murder Most Foul,   a 17 minute closer to the album that,  if it’s his last music ever, would be a huge closing statement about our life and times.

I get to read a wonderful email from a listener who heard the track 2 weeks ago as she was picking up Ian Tyson for a dinner. Ian asked to play the song on the way home and they sat in his driveway and listened to the last 5 minutes …Ian kept saying “wow.”

NEXT WEEK – Eric Burton – co-leader/ singer/writer of the Black Pumas.

Eric’s street busking lead him from LA to Austin and his discovery. After a police bust for no permit!

Eric and I talked about how different that bust would have been today.

One of the songs he played 100’s of times on the streets was Colours.  When it was nominated for a Grammy he knew his life would be much changed.

Thanks for listening. Playlist below



Mulligan Stew June 27 2020
Host TDMulligan our guest – Corb Lund and new album
goodbye jimmy reed bob dylan rough and rowdy ways
shame shame shame jimm reed the very best
Long as I can see the light john fogerty fogerty factory
a change is going to come aretha franklin I nver loved a man Special Guest Corb Lund
so you want to be a rock andf roll star (live) tom petty and the heartbreakers Live at the Wiltern LA
aint that a shame fats domino fats domino swings
The Stew with TDMulligan
Tilt a whirl jimmy vaughn best of Corb Lund interview in 30 minutes
layla derek and the dominos 40th anniversary . Layla and other assorted love songs
roadhouse blues (live) The Doors Live at the Felt Forum NYC
King of July The Radio Grand Town and Country
This is Mulligan Stew with tdm Coming UP – Corb Lund and his new album
Perfume and Gasoline Mike Plume Lonesome Stretch of Highway
colours Black Pumas Black Pumas
TDMulligan NEXT – Corb Lund Interview
Complete Corb Lund Interview on … MulliganStew Podcast
Corb Lund Interview Complete Interview on MulliganStew Podcast
90 seconds of your time Corb Lund Agricultural Tragic
Corb Lund Interview Complete Interview on MulliganStew Podcast
Dance with your spurs on Corb Lund Agricultural Tragic
Corb Lund Interview Complete Interview on MulliganStew Podcast
I think you ought to try whisky Corb Lund (with Jaida Dreyer) Agricultural Tragic
Corb Lund Interview
Never not had horses Corb Lund Agricultural Tragic
Corb Lund Interview Complete Interview on MulliganStew Podcast
Old men Corb Lund Agricultural Tragic Coming UP – Bob Dylan Murder Most Foul
where the blues begin Buddy Guy and Carlos Santana Living Proof
40 light years Colin James Miles to go NEXT 17 minutes of Dylan
Murder Most Foul Bob Dylan Rough and Rowdy Ways


EP 112 | Jim Cuddy and Barney Bentall on Fathers Day


Hello all.

I hope you are safe and well and happy.

Welcome to The Mulligan Stew Podcast. We’re over 100 shows now…

OK. Its Fathers Day weekend.

It’s also Summer Solstice

I always hear a phrase…. “I’m in the family business”

Now, that works if your family are Store Owners, or Office Workers, Doctors. Nurses. Teachers. Farmers etc.

We have two guests today who are friends and fathers.

Jim Cuddy from Blue Rodeo and The Jim Cuddy Band.

Barney Bentall. Leader of Cariboo Express. High Bar Gang. BYU and his own solo career.


How has the family dynamic changed when their sons and daughters follow them in the music business.

Share the stage. Maybe even write songs together. (maybe being the keyword)

And how do family members like being the subject of songs they hear on the radio?

I was excited to get these two pals together and exchange life experiences.

We connected on Zoom and you can find the complete conversation below:

Mulligan Stew June 20th 2020- Fathers day-Guests Barney Bentall and Jim Cuddy!



Saturday is June 20th, 2020

It’s a very special weekend.

First, it’s National Indigenous Peoples Day.

It’s also Summer Solstice

Its Fathers Day


It’s National “have you seen my keys” Day

To celebrate Father’s Day, I’ve asked two music dads to guest.

Barney Bentall, who has a son Dustin and daughter Jess in the music business. Both are working on expanding careers.

Jim Cuddy has two sons Devin and Sam well on their way to careers in our music business.

Jim and Barn are pals and we trade stories of trying to help your kids without being seen as helping.

The possibility of songwriting with your family. (Tricky)

Performing with kids.

And how families react to being the subject of songs.

There’s a lot to like here.

The complete conversation can be heard by subscribing to MulliganStew Podcast (Spotify. Google play. Apple podcasts)

Or go to my podcast for the Zoom video and Audio:

EP 112 | Jim Cuddy and Barney Bentall on Fathers Day

We also have a last 30-minute jazz feature to celebrate the online events this weekend of the Edmonton Jazz Festival.

We welcome Kent Sangster – Artistic Director and Producer

Andrew Glover and play you some tracks.

Bob Dylan’s 39th album Rough and Rowdy Ways comes out Friday.

I have the true pleasure of playing an epic song – Murder Most Foul. Its 16:57 of heartfelt history based on the Kennedy Assassination.

It appears Bob has given the World another musical turning point.

Also played False Prophet..a truly great blues classic.

Got some Little Feat Live..Santana…Kinks..kd lang, and Black Pumas week our guest is Corb Lund and his just-released album Agricultural Tragic

And in two weeks Eric Burton, songwriter and lead singer of Black Pumas.


Mulligan Stew with TDMulligan June 20 2020
Welcome to The Stew with TDMulligan Special Fathers Day Guests Jim Cuddy and Barney Bentall
False prophet Bob Dylan rough and rowdy ways
black moon rising black pumas black pumas
Sideways Santana and Citizen Cope Shaman Tonight – Fathers Day with Barney Bentall and Jim Cuddy Coming UP – The Kinks-kdlang
waterloo sunset (mono) The Kinks Something else (deluxe) Coming UP – kdlang and little feat live
Miss Chatelaine kd lang Ingenue
shine it medeski, martin and wood end of the world party TD Mulligan NEXT – Little Feat and New Dylan
Time loves a hero (live) Little Feat Waiting for Columbus
Day or Night (live) Little Feat Waiting for Columbus
NEXT – A New Bob Dylan classic
Murder most foul Bob Dylan Rough and rowdy ways
This is Mulligan Stew NEXT – Barney and Jim – talk about being musical Fathers
Jim Cuddy and Barney Bentall Interview On being musical Fathers
The Miner Barney Bentgall The Drifter and the Preacher
Jim Cuddy and Barney Bentall Interview Complete interview on MulliganStew Podcast
Til I am myself again Blue Rodeo Greatest Hits
Jim Cuddy and Barney Bentall Interview Complete interview on MulliganStew Podcast
Won’t change the World Barney Bentgall The Drifter and the Preacher
Edmonton Jazz Festival Interviews Kent Sangster – Artistic Director and Producer
Bria Skonberg Big Yellow Taxi so is the day
Edmonton Jazz Festival Andrew Glover Interview
Rushing River Andrew Glover Band Smooth
Edmonton Jazz Festival Andrew Glover Interview
Gaga Andrew Glover Band smooth
Mulligan Stew with TDMulligan Happy Fathers Day
dance me to the end of love Bria Skonberg with a twist

EP 111 | Dan Magnan Co-Founder Side Door Access


Has the Side Door become the Front Door?


Singer/Songwriter Dan Mangan shared a “movement – an idea” with me on Mulligan Stew Radio.   Jan 6, the first show of  2018.


“We are building a platform where artists can earn a living by trimming the overhead of touring. We help you find magical small spaces with dedicated hosts and attentive audiences.

We want to help create human, tactile experiences offline. Music, Speakers, Dance, Theatre, Comedy – you name it.”


It was called Side Door Access.

Two years later and thanks, in part to a worldwide pandemic,  it has become a sensation.

Yes, artists can still play barns, basements, backyards, stores, coffee shops, libraries, etc

But now they can broadcast from HOME…and feel/see the audience

And best of all make a living

Here’s the latest from Dan Mangan…on the Side Door Story, his career, family, COVID 19, and the moment when he realized that his life was about to change.


Mulligan Stew June 13th-Catherine MacLellan interview


Hello Stewheads.

We welcome you to June 13th – National Rose Day

So this is music for a full pink afternoon.

Photo Credit: Millefiore Clarkes

The Juno nominated Catherine MacLellan comes by for a half dozen minutes to tell us about her on live performance Saturday at 7 pm Mtn (My pleasure to host)

We start at the Crossroads with Ry Cooder, Bros Landreth with Mariel Buckley,

Albert Collins, Fantastic Negrito, The Radio Grande, Jim Byrnes, Dion & Billy Gibbons, Howling Wolf, Bill Withers, and a moving new single from Catherine MacLellan and Tara MacLean. Downchild and The  Wood Bros Live.


Speaking of Live Tracks… How about

Van Morrison

Carlos del Junko

Jimmy Vaughn and a stage full of friends.

Frankly, I got carried away with the live tracks because the last 30 minutes of the show ARE ALL LIVE

Stevie Ray Vaughn at Carnegie Hall

Bruce Springsteen Live in Dublin

Bob Marley and The Wailers Live in London

Mary Chapin Carpenter, Roseanne Cash, and Shawn Colvin Live at Dylan 30th at MSG

The Band Live at Academy of Music NYC

And Lionel Hampton Quintet – Flying Home

Here’s the playlist – Don’t forget to wash yer hands and drink PINK


NEXT WEEK – A Fathers Day special with guests Barney Bentall and Jim Cuddy


The Stew June 13 2020
crossroads ry cooder crossroads soundtrack
when i call your name the bros. Landreth something new. Something blue
TDMulligan The Stew
flip flop and fly downchild blues band straight up
i got loaded (live) The wood brothers live at The Barn Next – van morrison
into the mystic (live) Van Morrison its too late to stop now
backstroke albert collins blues guitar greats Podcast – Dan Mangan on Side Door
chocolate samurai fantastic negrito chocolate samurai
just your fool (Live) carlos del junko Live
let’s not call it love The radio grande town and country
Catherine Maclellan Interview Her on line concert at 7PM tonight
This storm Catherine MacLellan and Tara MacLean single Next Jim Byrnes. Whitehorse. Howling Wolf
old dog new tricks jim byrnes st louis times
jane whityehorse the fate of the World depends on this kiss
Bam Bang Boom Dion and Billy Gibbons blues with friends
300 lbs of joy howling wolf chess box set 63-73 mulligan stew podcast – dan mangan
6 strings down jimmy vaughn and friends this is jimmy vaughn
Coming Up on The Stew – all Live tracks Podcast – Dan Mangan
Things I used to to (live) stevie ray vaughn live at Carnegie Hall
how can a poor man stand such times and live (live) bruce springsteen and the session band live in Dublin
No woman No cry (live) bob marley and the wailers live at Lyceum London Mulligan stew podcast – dan mangan side door access
you ain’t goin nowhere (live) MC Carpender. Rosanne cash. Shawn colvin Dylans 30th anniversary
The Weight (live) The Band Live at Academy Music 71
Thanks for listening Podcast – Dan Mangan on Side Door
Flying Home Lionel Hampton Quintet Best of