Weekly Playlists

Mulligan Stew October 7th 2017- Tom Petty Tribute – Slean. Whitehorse

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When Leonard Cohen passed away… John Lennon. Bowie. Prince. BB King. George Harrison..it pulled at the heart and memories.
Some pull harder than others, for various reasons.
The death of Tom Petty at 66 just stopped me cold.
I spent a day with him..the week his first album came out, right in the heart of Hollywood.
Really liked the man. The person.
No BS. Honest. Completely true to the spirit of rock and roll. He felt it was an honor to be passing through life making music and entertaining.

On our next meeting, Tom gave me a signed copy of an album called Official Live ‘Leg..recorded in Boston 1976. On Vinyl. Four tracks on one side and nothing on the other. Only 500 copies pressed.
Al Kooper sat in on organ.
I’m going to play two songs from that album and a whole lot more from other albums.
Also a segment of artists who were friends and admirers that covered Tom’s songs.
Johnny Cash. Linda Ronstadt. John Mayer. Ridley Bent.

Also featured on the show are interviews and music from Sarah Slean and Whitehorse (Melissa McClelland and Luke Doucet)
Sarah is on tour performing music from Metaphysics with a string quartet and Whitehorse have just come from performing Neil Young’s Ohio at the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame – with Neil right in front of them…Row 3.
Lots to talk about.
-TDM
 

PLAYLIST:

Breakdown (live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Pack up the Plantation
Hometown Blues Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Playback
Atlantic City (live) Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Live in NYC
www.canadahouse.com Coming UP – New Van Morrison www.mulliganstew.ca
Blue Magic (WAIKIKI) Son Little New Magic
Bring it on home to me Van Morrison Roll with the punches
Remembering Tom Petty on The Stew Rare Tom Petty music next First Guest – Sarah Slean – coming UP
Jaguar & Thunderbird Ford (live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Official Live ‘Leg
When a kid goes bad Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers The Last DJ
Willin’ Little Feat Rad Gumbo. Warner Years 71-90
Mulligan Stew with tdm NEXT Sarah Slean www.mulliganstew.ca
Sarah Slean Interview Metaphysics Happy Thanksgiving
Sarah Sarah Slean Metaphysics
Sarah Slean Interview with tdm
Perfect Sky Sarah Slean Metaphysics
Mulligan Stew with tdm Next – Rare Tom Petty Whitehorse in 30 minutes
Luna (live) Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Official Live ‘Leg
Can’t always get what you want (live) The Rolling Stones Live Licks
TD Mulligan. Mulligan Stew www.mulliganstew.ca Facebook mulliganstewmusic
I wont back down Johnny Cash America 111 Solitary Man
The Waiting Linda Ronstadt Feels like home
Free Fallin (live) John Mayer Live at Nokia Theatre
You got lucky Ridley Bent Wildcard
Mulligan Stew with tdm NEXT – Whitehorse www.mulliganstew.ca
The Whitehorse Interview Melissa McClelland and Luke Doucet Happy Thanksgiving
Pink Kimono Whitehorse Panther in the DollHouse
The Whitehorse Interview Melissa McClelland and Luke Doucet
Die Alone Whitehorse Panther in the DollHouse
The Whitehorse Interview Melissa McClelland and Luke Doucet Happy Thanksgiving
Kicking down your door Whitehorse Panther in the DollHouse
The Whitehorse Interview Melissa McClelland and Luke Doucet
Nifghthawks Whitehorse Panther in the DollHouse
Thank you for listening A barney bentall interview and album coming soon Happy Thanksgiving

Mulligan Stew September 30th 2017-Alan Doyle and Bob Rock Interview

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The Stew is very proud to present  Mr. Alan Doyle.
Singer. Songwriter. Actor. Author. And now a recipient of The Order of
Canada.

Add to that Mr. Doyle is releasing his third solo album having spent a week
at the Warehouse Studios in Vancouver’s Gastown with one of the planets best
producers Bob Rock. Strangely they decided to call the album A Week at the
Warehouse.
Alan was supported by his band The Beautiful Gypsies.
The tunes are off-the-floor fantastic.  Played live and straight up honest.
It’s a coming out party.
He’s just announced a 50 city  “Come out with me tour”  with The Fortunate
Ones in Canada and Donovan Woods in the US. It starts in Seattle Jan 15th.
(Canadian dates below)
Also, the Pride of Petty Harbour Nfld is releasing his next book for Pete
sake. A Newfoundlander in Canada: Always Going Somewhere picks up where his
2014 memoir Where I Belong left off.  It’s about his first tour of Canada,
a place he’d only ever heard neighbors and family talk about.
<http://alandoyle.ca/alandoyle.ca.
.Follow Alan Doyle:
<http://alandoyle.ca/> Website /  <https://twitter.com/alanthomasdoyle>
Twitter /  <https://www.instagram.com/alanthomasdoyle/> Instagram /
<https://www.facebook.com/alandoylemusic/> Facebook
This Saturday we will spend 30 minutes inside the Warehouse on the last day
of recording talking to Alan Doyle and  Bob Rock.
We’ll  play you never before heard new tracks including Somewhere in a Song
which is based upon a chapter in Where I belong about what would happen in
the Doyle house when they ran out of fuel in sub-zero temperatures.  Instead
of seeking shelter elsewhere, they would throw blankets on the windows..turn
on the electric oven, take off the oven door and play music. With family and
friends. As Bob Rock says “I needed Alan to bring in a song that was only
for him and a piano. It’s the sign of a great singer if they can hold the
song and audience with just their voice.”  He sings the song like it’s the
last one he’ll ever sing.

Saturday on The Stew
5-7 Mtn on The CKUA Radio Network. Province-wide in Alberta  www.ckua.com
8-10 Pacific on Roundhouse Radio 983 Vancouver  www.roundhouseradio.com
www.mulliganstew.ca
A Week at The Warehouse Canadian dates:
February 20 – Peterborough, ON – Showplace Performance Centre
February 21 – Kitchener, ON – Centre In The Square
February 22 – Kingston, ON – The Grand Theatre
February 23 – Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre
February 24 – Toronto, ON – Massey Hall
February 25 – Ottawa, ON – National Arts Centre – Southam Hall
March 4 – Winnipeg, MB – Burton Cummings Theatre for the Performing Arts
March 6 – Saskatoon, SK – Broadway Theatre
March 7 – Regina, SK – Casino Regina Show Lounge
March 8 – Edmonton, AB – Winspear Centre
March 9 – Calgary, AB – Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
March 10 – Vancouver, BC – The Centre in Vancouver
May 1 – Fredericton, NB – The Playhouse
May 2 – Saint John, NB – Imperial Theatre
May 3 – Moncton, NB – Casino New Brunswick
May 4 – Halifax, NS – Halifax Marriott Harbourfront
May 5 – Halifax, NS – Halifax Marriott Harbourfront
 

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew www.mulliganstew.ca Sept 30 -2017
France Keb Mo Keep it Simple
I’ll take you there The Staple Singers Soul Collection Vol 3
Pride (in the name of love) U2 Best of 80-90
Hurdle River Crossing The Warped 45’s Matador Sunset
www.canadahouse.com Coming UP – Kate Bush-Basia Bulat www.mulliganstew.ca
The man with the child in his eyes Kate Bush The Kick Inside
Good Advice Basia Bulat Good Advice
Ya Ya Lee Dorsey Gumbo YaYa
Mulligan Stew with TD Mulligan Coming soon – Alan Doyle and Bob Rock
Mary’s Place Bruce Springsteen and the E St Band The Rising
Highway 61 Revisited Dave Alvin Uncut Highway 61 Revisited
www.coyotesbanff.com www.mulliganstew.ca Coming up – Doyle, Rock and The Warehouse
Chuck E’s in love (live) Ricky Lee Jones Naked Songs
Of Thee I Sing Leon Russell leon Russell and the Shelter people
High Side Barry Allen at The Arden next Saturday The speed of Dark
mulligan stew for you on a Saturday night www.mulliganstew.ca
Alan Doyle and Bob Rock Interview A Week at The Warehouse
Somewhere in a song Alan Doyle A week in the Warehouse
Alan Doyle and Bob Rock Interview A Week at The Warehouse
Summer Summer Night Alan Doyle A week at the Warehouse
Alan Doyle and Bob Rock Interview A Week at The Warehouse
Come out with me Alan Doyle A week at the Warehouse
Alan Doyle and Bob Rock Interview A Week at The Warehouse
Beautiful to me Alan Doyle A week in the Warehouse
Alan Doyle and Bob Rock Interview A week at the Warehouse
Bully Boys Alan Doyle A week at the Warehouse
Mulligan Stew with TD Mulligan NEXT – Cohen. The Band. Van & Chilliwack (All Live)
Tower of Song (live) Leonard Cohen Live in Dublin
It makes no difference (live) The Band Testimony
Ballerina/Move on Up (live) Van Morrison Astral Weeks: Live at the Hollywood Bowl
Fly at Night (live) Chilliwack There and Back

Mulligan Stew September 23rd 2017- Bruce Cockburn special – with Colin Linden

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Met up with Bruce and Colin at the Vancouver Island music festival this summer in Courtney Comox.
They had just finished recording Bruce’s 33rd album Bone on Bone.
Produced by Colin Linden, Cockburn’s longtime collaborator, the album is built around the musicianship of Cockburn on guitar/vocals and the core accompaniment of bassist John Dymond and drummer Gary Craig. (Same guys who back Blackie and the Roadie Kings and all three members separately. Plus many others.)
 
I couldn’t wait to ask Colin this question “Am I crazy or is this the best thing you’ve heard out of him in years?”
“Am I crazy or is this the best thing you’ve heard out of him in years?”
“it may be the best record”, says Colin.
Colin has produced 9 of the last 10 Cockburn albums.. almost 26 years together.  He knows his music.

“If he had released just the demos, with just him, it would have been his best ever”

Think about that.  Bruce Cockburn is a 12 time Juno winner. Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee. Songwriting Hall of Fame Inductee.
He turned away from traditional Christianity in the mid-70’s but finds his own spirituality in his recent home in  San Francisco..in a 200 person church in the neighbourhood. He likes the music and choir so much he invites them into the studio to share the songs he’s written.
Songs by-the-way that he thought would never come after 3 years of writing his book Rumours of Glory.
But come they did..starting with a song that’s going to become one of his finest ever 3 Al Purdy’s,  a brilliant, six-minute epic that pays tribute to Al Purdy’s poetry.
As sung/spoken by a “street person” with a long coat flapping in the wind.
“I’ll give you 3 Al Purdy’s for a 20 dollar bill”
Did I mention that the songs rock?  Well, not exactly rock but groove and move.
Jesus Train
Café Society
Stab at Matter
12 Gates to the City  “ I wrote the last two verses so – I gave myself permission to speak for God, in this case.
Colin Linden and I agree that Forty years in the Wilderness ranks with Cockburn’s best ever song. As good as anything he’s written.

In our interview Bruce says “I believe in the Divine, something at the Centre of the Universe”

photo-KevinOReilly


Two other songs should be noted. The environmental warning “False River” came about at the invitation of Yvonne Bloomer, the poet laureate of Victoria, British Columbia. Bloomer was seeking a poem about the controversial Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline. “Pipelines have their own perils that we’re all aware of,” says Cockburn, “so I started writing what was meant to be a spoken-word piece with a rhythm to it. But it evolved very quickly into a song.”
“States I’m In,” which opens the album, conjures up feelings of mystery and dread. He adds: “Maybe it’s also a play on words about me living in the States.”
Speaking of the last 9 years he’s spent living in the USA..if you listen..you can find references to the politics, crime and headlines of the day.  It’s all there.
And wait until you hear his comments about Donald Trump..
Bone on Bone is an album so good – his co-write with Bonnie Raitt didn’t make the cut.
In our hour you’ll hear 7 songs from Bone on Bone and two singular Canadian voices..Bruce Cockburn and Colin Linden.
 
We are blessed to have them in our lives.
Enjoy!!
-TDM

TOUR DATES:

Jan 23 Calgary Jack Singer
Jan 24 Edmonton Winspear Centre
Jan 27 Vancouver Centre For the Arts

Bruce Cockburn Bone on Bone

Few recording artists are as creative and prolific as Bruce Cockburn. Since his self-titled debut in 1970, the Canadian singer-songwriter has issued a steady stream of acclaimed albums every couple of years. But that output suddenly ran dry in 2011 following the release of Small Source of Comfort. There were good reasons for the drought. For one thing, Cockburn became a father again with the birth of his daughter Iona. Then there was the publication of his 2014 memoir Rumours of Glory.
“I didn’t write any songs until after the book was published because all my creative energy had gone into three years of writing it,” Cockburn explains, from his home in San Francisco. “There was simply nothing left to write songs with. As soon as the book was put to bed, I started asking myself whether I was ever going to be a songwriter again.”
Such doubt was new to the man who’s rarely been at a loss for words as he’s distilled political views, spiritual revelations and personal experiences into some of popular music’s most compelling songs. What spurred Cockburn back into songwriting was an invitation to contribute a song to a documentary film about the late, seminal Canadian poet Al Purdy and he was off to the races.
Bone On Bone, Cockburn’s 33rd album, arrives with 11 new songs, including “3 Al Purdys,” a brilliant, six-minute epic that pays tribute to Purdy’s poetry. Cockburn explains its genesis: “I went out and got Purdy’s collected works, which is an incredible book. Then I had this vision of a homeless guy who is obsessed with Purdy’s poetry, and he’s ranting it on the street. The song is written in the voice of that character. a brilliant, six-minute epic that pays tribute to Purdy’s poetry.
Cockburn’s rugged fingerpicking style on the Dobro perfectly matches Purdy’s plainspoken words and the grizzled voice of his street character. A similar guitar style can be heard on two of the next songs Cockburn wrote, the gospel-like “Jesus Train,” and “Café Society,” a bluesy number about people who gather at his local coffee shop to sip their java and talk about the state of the world.
There’s a prevalent urgency and anxious tone to much of the album, which Cockburn attributes to living in America during the Trump era. But, more than anything, Bone on Bone amounts to the deepest expression of Cockburn’s spiritual concerns to date. The 12-time Juno winner and Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee turned away from traditional Christianity in the mid-1970s toward a quest for the more all-inclusive mysticism he documents in his memoir. And it’s that kind of spirituality that figures prominently in “Jesus Train” and “Twelve Gates to the City.” In “Looking and Waiting,” Cockburn sings of “scanning the skies for a beacon” from the divine.
“It’s a song of faith and frustration,” says Cockburn of the latter. “…Tired of looking in from the outside. My MO has always been to be aware of the divine…that dimension…always dealing with being stuck in a kind of observer’s position with respect to all that. I know it’s there. I don’t really see as faith so much as knowledge. Others may have different ideas about those things, but for me, I don’t have to struggle to believe in God, or the notion that God cares what happens to me. But I do have to struggle with being in a conscious, intentional relationship. That underlies a lot of these songs.” 
“Forty Years in the Wilderness” ranks alongside “Pacing the Cage” or “All the Diamonds” as one of Cockburn’s most starkly beautiful folk songs. “There have been so many times in my life when an invitation has come from somewhere…the cosmos…the divine…to step out of the familiar into something new. I’ve found it’s best to listen for, and follow these promptings. The song is really about that. You can stay with what you know or you can pack your bag and go where you’re called, even if it seems weird…even if you can’t see why or where you’ll end up.”
“Forty Years in the Wilderness” is one of several songs that feature a number of singers from the church Cockburn frequents, for the sake of convenience referred to in the album credits as the San Francisco Lighthouse “Chorus.” “The music was one of the enticements that drew me to SF Lighthouse. As I found myself becoming one of the regulars there, and got to know the people, I felt that I really wanted all these great singers, who were now becoming friends, to be on the album. They were kind enough to say yes!” Among other songs, they contribute call-and-response vocals to the stirring “Stab at Matter.” Other guests on the album include singer-songwriters Ruby Amanfu, Mary Gauthier, and Brandon Robert Young, along with bassist Roberto Occhipinti, and Julie Wolf, who plays accordion on “3 Al Purdys” and sings with the folks from Lighthouse, together with LA songwriter Tamara Silvera. 
Produced by Colin Linden, Cockburn’s longtime collaborator, the album is built around the musicianship of Cockburn on guitar and the core accompaniment of bassist John Dymond and drummer Gary Craig. Also very much part of the sound is the accordion playing of Cockburn’s nephew John Aaron Cockburn and the solos of noted fluegelhorn player Ron Miles (check out his stunning work on the cascading “Mon Chemin,” for example). 
Two other songs should be noted. The environmental warning “False River” came about at the invitation of Yvonne Bloomer, the poet laureate of Victoria, British Columbia. Bloomer was seeking a poem about the controversial Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline. “Pipelines have their own perils that we’re all aware of,” says Cockburn, “so I started writing what was meant to be a spoken-word piece with a rhythm to it. But it evolved very quickly into a song.”
“States I’m In,” which opens the album, conjures up feelings of mystery and dread. “It’s literally a ‘dark night of the soul’ kind of song,” Cockburn explains, “as it starts with sunset and ends with dawn. It passes through the night. The song is about illusion and self-delusion, looking at the tricks you play on yourself.” He adds: “Maybe it’s also a play on words about me living in the States.”
Cockburn, who won the inaugural People’s Voice Award at the Folk Alliance International conference in February and will be inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame in September, continues to find inspiration in the world around him and channel those ideas into songs. “My job is to try and trap the spirits of things in the scratches of pen on paper and the pulling of notes out of metal,” he once noted. More than forty years after embarking on his singer-songwriting career, Cockburn keeps kicking at the darkness so that it might bleed daylight.

PLAYLIST:

Mulligan Stew with TD Mulligan Sept 23 2017 www.mulliganstew.ca
cry baby (live) Janis Joplin Pearl (bonus tracks)
if you love somebody (live) Sting all this time
pulling back the reins (live) kdlang live by request
www.canadahouse.com Coming UP – Bruce Cockburn/Bone on Bone www.mulliganstew.ca
Diamonds on the soles of her shoes (live) Paul Simon Live in NYC
Mulligan Stew – Year 22 with Terry David Mulligan NEXT – Bruce Cockburn
Bruce Cockburn interview Bone on Bone Album out now
Jesus Train Bruce Cockburn Bone on Bone
Bruce Cockburn interview Bone on Bone
Stab at Matter Bruce Cockburn Bone on Bone
Bruce Cockburn interview Bone on Bone
Twelve Gates to the City Bruce Cockburn Bone on Bone
Bruce Cockburn interview Bone on Bone
3 Al Purdys Bruce Cockburn Bone on Bone
mulligan Stew – with tdmulligan NEXT – Colin Linden on Bruce Cockburn www.mulliganstew.ca
Colin Linden Interview Colin Produced 9 of last 10 BC albums
False River Bruce Cockburn Bone on Bone
Bruce Cockburn interview Bone on Bone
40 years in the wilderness Bruce Cockburn Bone on Bone
Bruce Cockburn interview Bone on Bone
Cafe Society Bruce Cockburn Bone on Bone
Great balls of fire (live) Jerry Lee Lewis Live
Mulligan Stew on a Saturday Night TD Mulligan www.mulliganstew.ca
Midnight Rambler (live) The rolling stones Get yer ya ya’s out
Drifting Blues Fleetwood Mac The ORIGINAL Fleetwood Mac
Hey Joe Jimi Hendrix Smash Hits
Mulligan Stew www.coyotesbanff.com
Living in the USA (live) Steve Miller band Ultimate Hits
TD Mulligan NEXT WEEK – Alan Doyle and Bob Rock
ahead by a century The Tragically Hip Yer Favourites

Mulligan Stew September 16th 2017-Amy Helm Interview

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Amy Helm..one writer described her music as a blend of “part juke joint, part gospel revival, part rock and part Mardi Gras show.

Her Father was Levon Helm
Her Mother was singer Libby Titus
Her Step Father is Donald Fagan.
Any wonder why she’s in the music business?
Actually, that’s where the interview starts..as I’ve discovered that children of artists usually want nothing to do with their parents’ careers.
Anything but music.
Not Amy, she jumped right in but not until after her pop Levon walked her through the history of blues, gospel, R&B and roots music.
It was the same road Levon and The Band had travelled.  Sure worked for them.

Amy’s on Salt Spring Island Saturday night
Vancouver’s Wise Hall Sunday
Then The Dream Cafe in Penticton and on to Alberta
Thursday Sept 21st  Festival Hall in Calgary
Friday  Sept 22  New Moon Folk Club  Edmonton
She’s just recorded her next album in 4 days in LA with Joe Henry. Out  early 2018
Watch for an album this month called A live celebration of Leonard Cohen
She sings  “Hey, that’s no way to say goodbye”

OH..there’s another guest on the show this week..
Allison Brock from Wide Cut Country is producing her 3rd Wide Cut Weekend in Calgary October 12-14.
Al talks about surprise performers, venues and the need for volunteers…
 
Enjoy the show !!
-TDM
 
NEXT WEEK

  • Bruce Cockburn and Colin Linden walk us through Bruce’s next album Bone on Bone. Its brilliant by-the-way.
  • In Two weeks – Alan Doyle and Bob Rock.
  • Coming – new music from
  • Barney Bentall and Jim Byrnes

PLAYLIST:

The thrill is gone BB King and Eric Clapton BB and Friends
you’re the best thing about me U2 Songs of Experience
where were you last night The Travelling Wilburys Collection
Last Night The Travelling Wilburys
Last Night The Mar-Keys stax 50th
www.canadahouse.com Coming UP – Amy Helm Interview www.mulliganstew.ca
Baby please help me Harry Manx and Sydney Lyric Quartet Faith Lift
Mulligan Stew – with TD Mulligan NEXT – Amy Helm Interview www.mulliganstew.ca
Mulligan Stew – with TD Mulligan www.mulliganstew.ca
The Night they drove old Dixie down The Band The best of
Amy Helm Interview Amy Helm
Didn’t it rain? amy helm Didn’t it rain
Amy Helm Interview
Roll the stone amy helm Didn’t it rain
Amy Helm Interview
I’m still loving you Blackie and the Rodeo Kings with Amy Helm Kings and Queens
Mulligan Stew – with TD Mulligan www.mulliganstew.ca Coming UP – New Robert Plant
The May Queen Robert Plant Carry Fire
Oceans Pearl Jam 10 Redoux
Sea of Heartbreak Rosanne Cash / Bruce Springsteen The List
sub plots jack johnson all the light above it too
www.coyotesbanff.com Coming – live Little Feat & J Geils TD Mulligan
Fat man in the bathtub (live) Little Feat Waiting for Columbus
Wait (live) J Geils Band Anthology
Pack fair and Square J Geils Band Anthology
mulligan stew ckua radio playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Fall alan doyle a week in the warehouse
bones of saints robert plant carry fire
spanish harlem ben e king spanish harlem
Allison Brock Interview Wide Cut Weekend www.widecutweekend.com
Take the money and run Dustin Bentall six shooter
TD Mulligan Mulligan Stew Lionel is next
States I’m in Bruce Cockburn Bone on Bone

Mulligan Stew September 9th 2017- Walter Becker Tribute

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I love/loved Steely Dan
I could always count on Walter Becker and Donald Fagan to save a shift, a day, Hell even an entire music year.
After those first two singles they became an ALBUM band.
The kind of music collections that you wanted- no – needed to play top to bottom.
And because I came from a jazz background I was seduced by their sidemen.
The members of The Jazz Crusaders plus the best studio cats.
The very best.
At the very top of their game.
They wrote of losers and outcasts.
Misfits and misanthropes.
All of it with a sublime groove.
My kind of music!!
Thank you Walter.
-TDM

PLAYLIST:

The Stew Sept 9 The Ballad of Lucy Jordan (live) Mariane Faithful No Exit
Sept Fields Frazey Ford Indian Ocean
Countryside (live) Paul Butterfield Better Days Live at Winterland
www.canadahouse.com Mulligan Stew with tdm Sept 9 2017 www.mulliganstew.ca
bad habit Imelda May Life.Love.Flesh.Blood
TD Mulligan – The Stew Steely Dan Next www.mulliganstew.ca
Dirty Work Steely Dan Can’t buy a Thrill
Mulligan Stew with TDM NEXT – The Police and U2 Live www.mulliganstew.ca
Lousiana Bayou Dave Mathews Band Stand Up!
Walking in your footsteps (live) The Police LIVE
Message in a bottle (live) The Police LIVE
Still havent found (live) U2 Live at MSG
Mulligan Stew Year 21
Sitting on top of the World Harry Manx Isle of Manx
Chain Lightning Steely Dan Katie Lied
The Stew with terrydavidmulligan Coming UP – Feist.Waits.Gabriel.Norah Jones
Roll the stone Amy helm Didn’t it rain
I’m not running away Feist
Something to hold on to The Small Glories Wonderous Traveller
www.mulliganstew.ca Coming UP on The Stew Tom Waits. Peter Gabriel. Norah Jones
Fish in the Jailhouse Tom Waits Orphans
All a dream Norah Jones Little Broken Hearts
Solsbury Hill Peter Gabriel Re-Masters
TDM – The Stew www.mulliganstew.ca NEXT – The Dan
Peg Steely Dan Aja
Josie Steely Dan Aja
Jealous again Black Crowes Croweology
www.coyotesbanff.ca Next – Arthur Bergmann. Artiste!
Faithlessly Yours Art Bergmann Remember her Name
I live the life I love Delbert McClinton Heard it on the X
Boy from Tupelo Emmy Lou Harris Red Dirt Girl
Home at Last Steely Dan Citizen Dan

Mulligan Stew September 2nd 2017-Huey Lewis-Robert Lamm-Colin James-Tom Cochrane-Ruth Pointer Interviews!

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Every once in a while you get handed a “gift ”
My gift this Summer was a series of concerts being presented by the PNE (Pacific National Exhibition)
With the help of their media office, I was able to interview
Colin James
Ruth Pointer – The Pointer Sisters
Tom Cochrane
Robert Lamm – Chicago
Huey Lewis
And so…I’ve been editing like mad to make all five interviews and their music fit into two hours of The Stew.


Colin talks  about the surprising success of Blue Highway
Tom tells to story behind Red Rider getting back together again
Huey Lewis – spins stories on what it’s like to walk out on stage
Ruth Pointer wants her sisters to sing Wang Dang Doodle like KoKo Taylor
Robert Lamm remembers how and why he wrote Questions 67&68 and Saturday in the Park.
Enjoy!!!!   Have a great weekend….
Huey Lewis and The News are truly one of America’s great rock & roll bands. As they enter their 38th year together, their contagious brand of music has outlasted countless trends, and is as fresh today as ever.
Formed from two rival Bay Area bands in 1979, they continue to thrill audiences worldwide, selling over 20 million albums in the process, earning them the right to mark their place on the pop history map.
These Grammy Award winners have written and performed such classic Top Ten Hits as “Heart of Rock & Roll”, “Stuck With You”, These Grammy Award winners have written and performed such classic Top Ten Hits as “Heart of Rock & Roll”, “Stuck With You”, “I Want A New Drug,” “If This Is It,” “Hip To Be Square,” “Do You Believe In Love” and “Workin’ For A Livin.” The group also wrote and performed “The Power of Love” and “Back in Time” for the hit film Back To The Future.
“The Power of Love,” nominated for an Academy Award, went to #1 on Billboard’s singles chart, and was a smash hit worldwide.
Enjoy!!!!   Have a great weekend….
-TDM

PLAYLIST:

Welcome to Mulligan Stew www.mulliganstew.ca 5 guests today
Youngblood The Band Til the night is gone
What you’re made of Jonny Lang Signs
Just a little bit Jimmy Vaughn plays blues, ballads and favourites
www.canadahouse.com Coming UP – Huey Lewis Interview www.mulliganstew.ca
Heart of Rock and Roll Huey Lewis and the News Sports
Huey Lewis Interview
It’s all right Huey Lewis and the News Greatest Hits
Huey Lewis Interview
Doing it all for my baby Huey Lewis and the News Greatest Hits
Mulligan Stew www.ckua.com coming UP Colin James and Ruth Pointer
The valley runs low (live) Joe Bonamassa Live at Carnegie Hall
Colin James Interview Mulligan Stew
Goin Down Colin James Blue Highway
Colin James Interview
Riding in the Moonlight/Mr Luck Colin James Blue Highway
Highway 61 Davwe Alvin Highway 61 Revisited
Ruth Pointer interview
Fire The Pointer Sisters Best of
Ruth Pointer interview
Wang Dang Doodle (live) The Pointer Sisters Pointer Sisters Live
TD Mulligan Mulligan Stew Coming UP – Tom Cochrane
Six blocks away Lucinda Williams This sweet old World
Green River (live) CCR The Concert
www.coyotesbanff.com Mulligan Stew with TDM
Tom Cochrane Interview
Lunatic Fringe Tom Cochrane and Red Rider Songs of a circle
Tom Cochrane Interview
Life is a Highway (live) Tom Cochrane and Red Rider Mad Mad World Live
Route 66 John Mayer Cars Soundtrack
Mulligan Stew with tdm www.mulliganstew.ca Coming UP – Robert Lamm
Blue Monday (live) Fats Domino Live from Austin
Robert Lamm of Chicago Interview
Does anybody really know Chicago Best of
Robert Lamm of Chicago Interview
Question 67 & 68 Chicago Best of
Robert Lamm of Chicago Interview
Saturday in the Park Chicago Greatest hits
Robert Lamm of Chicago Interview
25 or 6 to 4 Chicago Greatest hits
TDMulligan Have a great weekend
Beginnings Chicago Greatest hits

 

Mulligan Stew August 26th 2017-Grant Davidson Interview

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Special guest interview for this Saturday is
Grant Davidson – also known as Slow Leaves
.
Lives in Winnipeg..
The last album was called Beauty is so common.
The new album is called Enough about me..and he’s produced himself.

Each song sneaks up on you..just when you think you have a lock on the song..it veers into another rhythm and dimension.
He’s a very very good writer..and his time is coming.
 
 
Also we go back to Thanksgiving 1976 in SF at the Winterland ballroom.
It’s where The Band did their first formal gig..and it was a bomb.

Which is why, when they decided to break up – they went back to that stage to bring it full circle.
With the help of their friends…
One of which was, of course, Bob Dylan.
We play all four songs they did together..as a medley.
 
New music from Van Morrison, Son Little, and Mick Jagger
 
NEXT WEEK – long weekend special
Interviews with and music of

  • Colin James
  • Tom Cochrane
  • Huey Lewis
  • Robert Lamm of Chicago
  • Ruth Pointer – Pointer Sisters.

PLAYLIST:

Kocking on heavens door Eric Clapton Slowhand 35th anniversary
Living EASY (LIVE) Joe Bonamassa Live at Carneige Hall
Got to get a grip Micj Jagger Gotta get a grip/England Lost
www.canadahouse.com Mulligan Stew Coming UP – Slow Leaves Interview
Upbeat Feelgood Foy Vance The Wild Swan
Transformation Van Morrison Transformation
But it’s alright (live) Huey Lewis and the News Live at 25
Mulligan Stew with tdm NEXT – Slow Leaves Interview www.mulliganstew.ca
Grant Davidson – Slow Leaves Interview Enough about me Mulligan Stew
Chinatown Slow Leaves Enough about me
Grant Davidson – Slow Leaves Interview Enough about me with tdm
Long Goodbye Slow Leaves Enough about me
Grant Davidson – Slow Leaves Interview Enough about me with tdm
Piece of Advice Slow Leaves Enough about me
TDMulligan Mulligan Stew Year 20
Good Vinrations The Beach Boys BB Re-Mastered
The blues walk Lyle Lovett and his large band Lyle Lovett and his large band
TD Mulligan Mulligan Stew NEXT – Bob Dylan and The Band – The Last Waltz www.mulliganstew.ca
baby, let me follow you down (live) The Band and Bob Dylan The Last Waltz
I don’t believe you (live) The Band and Bob Dylan The Last Waltz
Forever Young (live) The Band and Bob Dylan The Last Waltz
baby, let me follow you down (live) The Band and Bob Dylan The Last Waltz
Mulligan Stew with tdm Coming UP – Mark Knopfler and Dire Straits www.mulliganstew.ca
What it is Dire Straits Best of
Walkin Blues (live) Sonny Landreth Live in Lafayette
www.coyotesbanff.com Mulligan Stew www.mulliganstew.ca
Street Walkin Dan Auerbach Mojo – Brotherhood
Blue Magic (waikiki single) Son Little New Magic
Knock on Wood Eddie Floyd Sdtax 50th anniversary
Mulligan Stew with tdm NEXT – Willie, BB, Ray, James and Frazey www.mulliganstew.ca
Night Life Willie Nelson and BB King Milk Cow Blues
Let the good times roll Ray Charles Ray – Soundtrack
Cold Sweat (live) James Brown and the Famous Flames Best of Live at The Apollo
September Fields Frazey Ford Indian Ocean

 

Mulligan Stew August 19th 2017- All Vinyl!

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It’s an all vinyl Mulligan Stew.
Yeah there’s some hum and pop and crackle but the music just jumps out of the speakers.
This is tricky to do when you only have one turntable.
So there are MP3’s from time to time so I can set up another stack of wax. On a MILLION DOLLAR WEEKEND.
Double shots of Chuck Berry and Bruce and Led Zeppelin. ZZTop
And a triple play from the Steve Miller Band.
Linda Ronstadt, Ricky Lee Jones, Jerry Lee Lewis. J Geils Band. Ry Cooder, Gene Chandler.
JJ Cale. Delaney and Bonnie with Little Richard. CCR and more.
Have a great weekend.
Working on a Labour Day long weekend special featuring short interviews with
Colin James. Tom Cochrane. Ruth Pointer. Huey Lewis.  & Robert Lamm of Chicago.

PLAYLIST:

Call me the breeze JJ Cale Naturally
Miss Ann Delaney and Bonnie To Bonnie from Delaney
I put a spell on you CCR CCR
My blue tears Linda Ronstadt Get Closer
The Tower Savvie Night Eyes
www.canadahouse.com TD Mulligan/Mulligan Stew Aug 18 2017
Jailer Jailer High Bar Gang Someday the heart will trouble the mind
Mulligan Stew – Year 20 Coming UP – Steve Miller, Led Zep and Paul Simon playlist mulliganstew.ca
Lucky man Steve Miller Band Sailor
Gangster of Love Steve Miller Band Sailor
You’re so fine Steve Miller Band Sailor
The After Life Paul Simon So beautiful So what
Poor Tom Led Zeppelin Coda
www.coyotesbanff.com Mulligan Stew – Year 20 NEXT – New/Old Zep
Sunshine Woman Led Zeppelin The Complete BBC Sessions
Where’s my love Sam Bush Storyman
Mulligan Stew – Year 20 tdmulligan Coming Up – Springsteen, J Geils, Muddy, Ry, Chuck Berry
Raise your hand (live) Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Live 75/85
Cadillac Ranch (live) Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Live 75/85
Wait (Live) J Geils Band Anthology
Mulligan Stew TDM Coming Up – ZZ Top. Chuck Berry and Marvin Gaye
Long Distance Call (live) Muddy Waters Fathers and Sons
Duke of Earl Gene Daniels Best of
School is out Ry Cooder Showtime
Playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Waiting for the Bus ZZ Top Tres Hombres
Jesus just left Chicago ZZ Top Tres Hombres
No particular place to go Chuck Berry Chess Rhthym and Roll
Little Queenie (live) Chuck Berry Hail! Hail! Rock and Roll
TD Mulligan – Mulligan Stew playlist www.mulliganstew.ca
Inner City Blues Marvin Gaye Something to believe in
Great balls of fire Jerry Lee Lewis Rockin with Jerry Lee Lewis
Weasle and the white boys cool Rickie Lee Jones

Mulligan Stew August 12th 2017- live From Edmonton Folk Fest!

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Our annual live show from one of the best festivals anywhere in the World.
Fantastic volunteers. Great teamwork. Very knowledgeable audience and stellar line up.
Mulligan Stew is LIVE today from 5-7 Mtn. (4-6 Pacific)
And can be streamed on the CKUA app. Or www.ckua.com
Featured guests are:
Rhiannon Giddens – none hotter this year
Valerie June. – one of a kind. Brilliant.
Ashley MacIsaac  – string bending troublemaker
Terry Wickham – Festival Producer
Andy Shauf. –  the next one to watch for.
Famous Amos Garrett – keeper of the musical flame


Join us. It’ll be a righteous mess.
-TDM

Mulligan Stew August 5th 2017- We’ve done enough talking…

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We’ve been doing a LOT of talking lately.
Calgary Folk Festival. Grant Lawrence. Billy Bragg. BNL, Bruce Cockburn, Colin Linden, Steve Dawson. The Edmonton ‘Folk Festival up ahead next weekend…
I thought it was time to #letthemusicplay.

So, see if this works for you
 
We start with Blackie and the Rodeo Kings with Amy Helm (Levon’s daughter)
JJ Cale and Eric Clapton
The Pogues – Dirty Old Town
Rare Stones
Little Richard
Elvis
The Crystals AND
Art “freaking” Bergmann
And then all hell breaks loose..

  • Bonnie Raitt
  • The Band
  • Wilco
  • Lyle Lovett
  • Jackson Browne
  • Paul Simon
  • G Love
  • Alan Doyle
  • The Warped 45’s
  • Blue Rodeo
  • Black Joe Louis
  • Dylan
  • Ry Cooder – Crossroads
  • Blasters
  • Springsteen
  • Van the Man
  • Steely Dan

And we finish with Mavis Staples and Aaron Neville doing Respect Yourself LIVE
Join US..its two hours of great for your soul tunes
 
Have a great long  weekend
-TDM

PLAYLIST:

I’m still loving you Blackie and the Rodeo Kings w/Amy Helm Kings and Queens
missing person jj cale and eric clapton road to escondito
dirty old town the pogues rum, sodomy and the lash
www.canadahouse.com NEXT – Stones, Little Richard, Elvis and Art Bergmann? Mulligan Stew
let it rock The rolling stones Rarities 91/03
lucille little richard the essential
good rockin tonight elvis the boy from tupelo
wide on/hard body art bergmann remember her name
then he kissed me the crystals best of
Mulligan Stew with TD Mulligan Coming UP – The Band and Bonnie Raitt www.mulliganstew.ca
Atlantic city The Band jericho
come to me bonnie raitt luck of the draw
kingpin wilco being there
www.coyotesbanff.com Mulligan Stew – with TDM www.mulliganstew.ca
crying shame lyle lovett and his large band lyle lovett and his large band
the pretender jackson browne the pretender
young man blues mose allison mose allison sings
Mulligan Stew with TD Mulligan next paul simon, g love, alan doyle www.mulliganstew.ca
late in the evening paul simon one trick pony
windshield wipers g love and special sauce sugar
summer summer night alan doyle a week at the warehouse
hurdle river crossing the warped 45’s matador sunset
TD Mulligan The Summer Stew for you www.mulliganstew.ca
falling down blue blue rodeo tremolo
time they are a changing (demo) bob dylan bootleg series vol 1-3 (61-91)
www.mulliganstew.ca coming UP – crossroads ry cooder www.ckua.com
crossroads ry cooder soundtrack
ptp black joe lewis back lash
sampson and delilah the blasters the collection
born in the usa (demo) bruce springsteen tracks
into the mystic van morrison moondance
deacon blues steely dan aja
respect yourself (live) mavis staples and aaron neville i’ll take you there