Colin James

Mulligan Stew July 30th 2022- Sam Philips, Colin James & Jeff Healey


July 30 2003 Sam Philips died in Memphis.

He lead an amazing life..


From a family in the deep south that grew cotton.  Sam would work in the fields with African American pickers. They brought their songs with them and Sam grew to love the music.

He worked his way through radio and played a mix of black and white music that he loved.

When he started Sun Records in made perfect sense that he would record Jr Parker, Howling Wolf, and Charlie Rich side-by-side.

Then he went looking for a white singer who shared his love of black music and found him in ELVIS.

When I had the opportunity to visit Sun Records Studio…I just sat there and tried to imagine the history bouncing  off the walls

So years later, I find myself at the opening of the Rock Hall of Fame in Cleveland in 1995. Sam Phillips is being inducted and comes into the press room to speak with journalists and reporters as a group.

I waited until the very last question and asked him this question…

“Sam. They have recreated your studio here in the Hall. But how do they recreate the magic, the creative juice that connected in your original rooms? The incredible spark that happened between you and Elvis. How does that get captured here?”

His answer just blew me away… The other voice you hear is Mary Wilson from The Supremes.


The other guest visit is with Colin James and Jeff Healey…many years ago at MuchMusic in Toronto.

Just jamming in the studio. A Jimmy Reed song.  I told the guys I’d give them 5 bucks each if they worked my name into the lyrics.

A Great jam, both guys solo on their acoustic guitars – Five bucks later it’s followed by a giggle.

 This was pure magic..still is!

Here’s the long weekend music list – goes well with burgers.


OH…the Podcast is Cheech  and Chong.  Years ago, back in Vancouver where it all started for them.



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Let me love you, baby (live) Buddy Guy Rock Hall of Fame 2004
Don’t Mind Patti Griffin with Robert Plant Tape
Sunny afternoon The Kinks Summer
I got a feelin (live) Norah Jones Live. Empire State Building
Love me like a man Diana Krall The girl in the other room
TDMulligan – The Stew @tdmulligan Next – Mark Knopfler and Emmy Lou Harris
right now (live) Mark Knopfler and EmmyLou Harris Real Live Roadrunning
coal mine iskwe – Tom Wilson Mother Love
Coyotes Banff Next Coming UP -Sting and Bruce Springsteen Mulligan Stew
Every breathe you take (live) Sting and Bruce Springsteen Released. Human Rights Concerts
My guy Mary Wells Hitsville
Pride and Joy Marvin Gaye Hitsville
TDMulligan The Stew @tdmulligan
Roadrunner Jr Walker and the All Stars Shotgun
Roll with it Steve Winwood Roll with it
Roadrunner Jr Walker Shotgun
Mulligan Stew NEXT – The man who invented Rock Sam Phillips
Sam Phillips Interview With Mary Wilson from The Supremes- At Rock Hall of Fame 1995
Rocket 88 Ike Turner and Jackie Brenston. Delta Cats Golden Hits
In dreams Roy Orbison Very best of
Big River Johnny Cash Greatest Hits
Paying the cost to be the boss BB King His Best
Great balls of Fire Jerry Lee Lewis Greatest HIts
Hound Dog Elvis Presley The Searcher
This is Year 26 of Mulligan Stew Next – John Batiste @tdmulligan
Sweet Jon Batiste.Pentatonix. Diane Warren Single
Sing me a song William Prince – Serena Ryder Single
Rhinestone Cowboy The Jim Cuddy Band Countrywide Soul
Sing The Small Glories Assiniboine & Red
Mulligan Stew @tdmulligan Next Colin James and Jeff Healey
Baby what you want me to do Colin James and Jeff Healey Jam at MuchMusic with tdm
Wouldnt it be nice The Beach Boys Greatest Hits
Windows are rolled down Amos Lee Mission Bell
This has been The Stew with TDMulligan Take in a Festival
This has been The Stew with TDMulligan Go to a Festival
Fire Escape Dan Mangan Single
Running up That Hill (A deal with God) Kate Bush Hounds of Love

Mulligan Stew Nov 13th 2021- 4 Guests: Colin James-Steve Marriner-David GoGo-Roy Forbes


That’s right – four guests but still a lot of music.

Tracks I  tried to play during fall fundraising but never got played.

Tedeschi Trucks Band, early Chicago, Aretha, Taj, Nathaniel Rateliff, Joni, Stevie Ray, and a three-song tribute to Curtis Mayfield, featuring Mavis, Rod Stewart, and the man himself.

Colin James, Steve Marriner, David Gogo

Colin James talks about his 20th studio album – Open Road

Steve Marriner talks about his new solo album Hope Dies Last and touring with Colin.

David Gogo takes us through his latest album Silver Cup. (Produced by Steve)

And they ALL talk about the 2021 Maple Blues Awards nominations. Between them, they have 12!!!!

Right at the end of the show I finally find my pal  Roy Forbes who’s doing his first live stream on the Internet Web machine.

Saturday night at the Blue Frog Studios in Whiterock, BC

Have a memorable Saturday Night – Turn it UP



Thank You Donors – The Stew Nov 13 2021 4 Guests Colin James Steve Marriner David GoGo Roy Forbes Podcast: Dan Mangan
Don’t play that song Aretha Franklin Spirit in the Dark
Hello Josephine Taj Mahal Maestro
Something ain’t right Nathaniel Rateleff and the Night Sweats The Future
Raised on Robbery Joni Mitchell Songs of a Prairie Girl Coming UP – Colin James Interview Podcast: Dan Mangan
Life by the Drop Stevie Ray Vaughn Archives
Colin James Interview New Album – Open Road
Leave this House Colin James Open Road
Colin James Interview
Open Road Colin James Open Road
Down on the Bottom Colin James Open Road
Colin James Interview Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Can’t you see what you’re doing to me Colin James Open Road
Colin James Interview Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
It takes time Colin James Open Road NEXT – Steve Marriner and David GOGO
Bruise Cruise Scarey Goldings and John Scofield Bruise Cruise
This is Mulligan Stew
I’m a man Chicago Chicago Transit Authority
Bound for Glory (Live) Tedeschi Trucks Band Revelator EP Live
You’re not alone Our Native Daughters Songs of our Native Daughters
It’s All Right The Impressions with Curtis Mayfield Greatest Hits
Keep on Pushing Mavis Staples I believe to my soul
People get Ready Rod Stewart A tribute to Curtis Mayfield
Steve Marriner and David Gogo Interview Talking Maple Blues Nominations
Petite Danse Steve Marriner Hope Dies Last
Steve Marriner and David Gogo Interview Talking tours and 2022
Never Gonna change David Gogo Silver Cup
Roy Forbes Interview Doing a live stream Tonight – at Blue Frog Studios
Lydia Ann Roy Forbes Edge of Blue


EP 181 | Colin James


November 5th Colin James releases his 20th studio album Open Road.

Colin found a way to write and record music during the Covid 19 Pandemic.

Gather your music friends and create.

Colin co-wrote and made music with pals Tom Wilson (Toronto) & Colin Linden (Nashville) Both are members of Blackie and the Rodeo Kings and Craig Northey (Vancouver) From Odds.

He also reimagined covers of songs by Bob Dylan, Albert King, Tony Joe White, and Otis Rush.

Colin is a road warrior. The road is his second home.

He’s back on it right now on Vancouver Island and then works his way through to double dates in Alberta. March finds him opening for Buddy Guy in the USA and playing on Austin City Limits.

 Check out the Zoom Interview here!

This is the complete interview  – with four tracks from Open Road.

Tour dates found here:

Ep 48 | Colin James Podcast


Mar 22, 2019

Colin James talks to Terry about his recent JUNO Award win for Blues Album of the Year for his latest record, ‘Miles To Go’. It’s the first time Colin has been recognized with the award in 20 years. Plus, the pair discuss Colin’s collaborations with Blackie and the Rodeo Kings, the early days of his career, and his top 3 favorite blues musicians of all time.

Songs included:
40 Light Years
National Steel
Just Came Back

Mulligan Stew March 23rd 2019- Colin James



Saturday’s special guest is Colin James.
He’s just pulled off the trifecta
Swept the Blues  Awards
Won best blues album at The Junos
Now touring across Canada
Colin released two blues albums back-to-back.
They were both over the top successes.
We talk about Now What?
Colin plays Calgary March 27 and Edmonton. March 28th

Also, The Colonel Steve Cropper played Vancouver Thursday.
I got to thinking about all he’s accomplished
Green Onions Booker T
Knock on wood – Eddie Floyd
Sitting on the Dock. Otis Redding’
Midnight Hour – Wilson Pickett

So we play them all.

And a lot more.


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welcome to The Stewterry david mulligan 
Breezingeorge bensonbreezin
sept fieldsfrazey fordindian ocean
deacon bluessteely danaja 
knock on woodeddie floydtop of the stax
green onionsbooker t and the mgstop of the stax
sitting on the dock of the bayotis reddingtop of the stax
Mulligan StewSpecial Guest Colin James 
old folks boogie (live)little featwaiting for columbus
summertimejanis joplinbest of
ceciliasimon and garfunklebridge over troubled water
hoo doo man bluescolin jamesblue highways
www.mulliganstew.caComplete Colin James Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast 
how’s your day going?54.4keep on walking
holidayben rogerswildfire
don’t make them like they used toharp and axea real fine mess
www.mulliganstew.caComing UP Colin James 
I got a line on youspiritbest of
if yu love somebody (live)stingall this time
shut up and dance (live acoustic)walk the moonwalk the moon
beautiful to mealan doylea week at the warehouse
www.coyotesbanff.comSpecial guest – Colin James 
mercy (live)Lightnin HopkinsLightnin’s boogie
Jesus just left chiacgoZZ TopTres Hombres
Frankie Pleaserodney crowelltarpaper sky
midnight hourwilson pickettHi Five (rhino)
Mulligan Stew Podcast on Spotify. Google Play . Apple Podcastsfeaturing the complete Colin james Interview 
Colin James Interview with tdm  
national steelcolin jamesnational steel
Colin James Interview with tdmcomplete interview on mulliganstew podcast 
ooh baby hold mecolin jamesmiles to go
Colin James Interview with tdm  
freedomcolin jamescolin james
Colin James Interview with tdmcomplete interview on mulliganstew podcast 
one more mile (acoustic)colin jamesmiles to go


Mulligan Stew Sept 22nd 2018-Colin James Interview


Colin is releasing his 19th album called Miles to Go this Friday!

It’s part two of his return to blues tunes.

It started with the highly acclaimed  Blue Highways  in 2016 .

 This one is Miles to Go featuring two new songs  – and many,  blues standards.

He’s covering Muddy, Wolf, Blind Willie Johnson, Little Willie John, Arthur Crudup, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Charles Brown etc.

In the studio with him are Steve Mariner from Monkey Junk, The Sojourners, Colleen Rennison, and piano/co-producer Jesse O’Brien and his great band.

And two originals?

I will remain – written by Colin and 40 light years co-written with Tom Wilson and Jesse O’Brien.

We’ll feature tracks from the album and Colin ‘s interview in Hour Two of The Stew.

 And the Mulligan Stew Podcast will have the complete interview.   (Subscribe at Spotify-Google Play Music-Apple Podcasts)


As The Stew hits air 5 Mtn,  its 7 PM in New York and Paul Simon is backstage getting ready to play his farewell concert at Flushing Meadows Corona Park.

“Goodbye Rosie, The Queen of Corona”

He’s come full circle as this was where he started his career over 50 years ago.

At this point, only he knows how the night will play out but it will be can bet on it.

So.  in honour of the man and the artist we start with his “ gospel period.”

Loves me like a Rock with the Dixie Hummingbirds.  The President he had in mind was Nixon.

Gone at Last – with Phoebe Snow and the Hummingbirds. (was originally for Bette Midler)

Take me to the Mardi Gras – a song he wrote for the Rev Claude Jeter. Lead singer of the Swan Silvertones.

Recorded at Muscle Shoals.

Thank You Paul Simon.  For the music and the memories.


FYI – The last 30 minutes of The Stew will all be LIVE tracks.

  • The Ballad of Billy The Kid – Billy Joel
  • I’m a Man – Steve Winwood
  • Shakin’ all over/Gloria – Van Morrison, John Lee Hooker and Candy Dulfer.
  • Free Fallin’ – John Mayer


Mulligan Stew Sept 22 2018
Welcome to The Stew – Year 22 Special Guest – Colin James
Loves me like a rock Paul Simon There goes Rhymin Simon
gone at last Paul Simon Still crazy after all these years
Take me to the Mardi Gras Paul Simon There goes Rhymin Simon Colin James New Music and Interview in 30 minutes
Evil ways Santana Santana
Out of the blue Blue Rodeo in our nature
Mulligan Stew with tdm
stop light kisses The cactus Blossoms you’re dreaming
Coming UP Colin James Interview TDM
Inner city blues Molly Johnson Meaning to tell you
I know Im losing you The Temptations Hitsville
Done tore your playhouse down King Biscuit Boy Gooduns’
Look out Cleveland The Band The Band
TDMulligan Complete Colin James interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Do it now Paul McCartney Egypt Station
Maybe Im amazed Paul McCartney Wingspan
NEXT – Colin James Interview
Colin James Interview Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast Spotify.Google Play.Apple Podcasts
I will remain Colin James Miles to Go
Colin James Interview Miles to Go
40 light years Colin James Miles to Go
Colin James Interview Complete Interview on Mulligan Stew Podcast
Tears kept rolling down Colin James Miles to Go
Colin James Interview Miles to Go
Soul of a man Colin James Miles to Go
Colin James Interview Miles to Go
Mulligan Stew – tdm Complete Colin James Interview on MulliganStew Podcast
The Ballad of Billy the Kid Billy Joel Songs from the Attic – Live
I’m a man Steve Winwood Greatest Hits Live Next – On The Stew – Van the Man Live
Shakin all over/Gloria Van Morrison with John Lee Hooker & Candy Dulfer a night in San Francisco
Free Fallin’ John Mayer Where the light is. Live in LA


Mulligan Stew November 5th 2016- Colin James Interview & Donovan Woods



Colin recently signed with True North and he  released his 18th album on Oct 14th titled ‘Blue Highways’
Colin has basically gone back to his roots and is covering his favorite blues tracks, some he’s been playing since he was 15/16.
After his last tour he went straight in the studio and cut 36 songs in 24 hours.
Blue Highways pays tribute to some of the singer/ guitarist’s long time blues idols including Howlin’ Wolf, Jimmy Reed, Freddie KingJr. Wells & Buddy Guy, Peter GreenRobert Johnson and William Bell to name a few.  In the spring of 2015 Colin wrapped up his Hearts on Fire tour.  After a couple of months of straight touring, Colin was loving playing with the band and really happy with the sound they had created on stage.  What better time to make a record?  Especially the record Colin had been itching to make for years – a collection of some of his favourite blues tracks.  In less than a week Colin and his touring band went into The Warehouse Studios in Vancouver and in just 2 days, Blue Highways was born.

Colin James – Going Down

For the majority of the record  the band is: 
Geoff Hicks – Drums
Steve Pelletier – Bass
Jesse O’Brien – Hammond & Piano
Craig Northey – Guitar
On 2 songs were: 
Pat Steward – Drums
Norm Fisher – Bass
Simon Kendall – Hammond & Piano
Craig Northey – Guitar
Here’s the Western Canada dates for the Blue Highways tour..
Starting March 1
03/01              Medicine Hat, AB / The Esplanade
03/02              Edmonton, AB / Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
03/03              Calgary, AB / Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
03/04              Kelowna, BC / Kelowna Community Theatre
03/06              Nanaimo, BC / The Port Theatre
03/07              Victoria, BC / The Royal Theatre
03/08              Vancouver, BC / The Orpheum

 Jeff Healey & Colin James – 1989 – Killing Jive & What Do You Want Me To Do

Donovan Woods

Fabulous singer/songwriter Donovan Woods – has just released an EP called
On tour now  with Joey Landreth   – Tonight in Canmore, Alberta
Donovan Woods
Donovan Woods has released  They Are Going Away, the follow up EP to his Polaris Music Prize long-listed album, Hard Settle, Ain’t Troubled. And to celebrate, Woods is revealing the new lyric video for EP track “What They Mean” via Pop Matters. Woods wrote the song with Charles Kelley (Lady Antebellum) and songwriter Abe Stoklasa.
Donovan Woods’ acclaimed fourth album, Hard Settle, Ain’t Troubled, was just recently nominated for two Canadian Folk Music Awards for Contemporary Album Of The Year and English Songwriter Of The Year. However, the songwriting sessions had a few tracks that didn’t make the full LP, but just couldn’t stay on the cutting room floor either. And as such, Woods is releasing those tracks They Are Going Away.
Donavan Woods, who is an exceptional acoustic guitarist in his own right, says these songs didn’t make the track listing for Hard Settle, Ain’t Troubled because he didn’t want to rush the lyrics or force them to be finished. A fourth selection, “Empty Rooms” is about moving on from a relationship — when that’s not such a bad thing. Although it’s new, Woods felt it was a comfortable fit.
With the release of Hard Settle, Ain’t Troubled, the critics chimed in immediately. The Globe And Mail called it “a gentle, honest collection of melancholic observations and hushed tunefulness,” while NOW Magazine claimed the album was full of “wistful songs that tug at the heartstrings of anyone who’s had feelings about partners, ex-partners, where you’re from, where you shouldn’t have gone.”
After a cross-Canada tour earlier this year with Matt Andersen and festival and club appearances all over North America, Donovan Woods is preparing to head back out on the road for a run of Canadian headline dates. Joining him will be Joey Landreth from the JUNO-Award winning band The Bros. Landreth. The tour began October 13 and all dates are listed below.
Donovan Woods-tour


Jonah and the Whale Mike ferris Shine for all the people
Turn around Jonny Lang Live at The Ryman
Angel of Fenway James Taylor Before the World
Feel menow The harpoonist and the Axe Murderer A real fine mess
Welcome to Mulligan Stew – Year 20
Further on down the road (live) Tay Mahal and Jack Johnson Kukua Festival
Gun Street girl Tom Waits Rain Dogs
Mulligan Stew – with TD Mulligan
Playlist at Coming UP – Interview with Colin James – Blue Highways
Colin James Interview Blue Highways Blue Highways
Killing Jive (live) Colin James and Jeff Healey at Much Music Studio Session
Colin James Interview Blue Highways
Watch Out Colin James Blue Highways
Colin James Interview and Going Down Blue Highways
Colin James Interview and You don’t miss your water Colin James Blue Highways
Fame David Bowie Best of 74-79
Rescue Me Amy Helm Didnt it rain
Ruler of my heart Dirty Dozen Brass Band featuring Norah Jones featuring Norah Jones
Corina Corina Bob Dylan Best of
Lionel Rault Interview
Trenchtown Rock (live at the Roxy) Bob Marley Marley Soundtrack
Miss Ann Johnny Winter Second Winter
Rip it up Wanda jackson The party ain’t over
Coming Up on The Stew – Donovan Woods Interview
SOB (live of Fallon) Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats Live of Fallon
Lost Together (live) Blue Rodeo Live at Massey Hall
Allison (live) Elvis Costello with Neil Young Bridge School Concerts
The great gig in the sky Pink Floyd Dark side of the Moon
Donovan Woods Interview and Drive through Town Tour dates at They are going away EP
Sweet Jane Lou Reed Rock and Roll Animal


Jeff Healey & Colin James Interview – 1989


Much Music in the 70’s and 80’s was a place of magic, where anything could happen and DID happen.
For Example…
I was able to convince my fellow West coaster Colin James to sit in with Jeff Healey to riff on a couple tunes.
BUT…if they worked my name into the lyrics they got 5 bucks EACH!
This is fine music with a great vibe. I treasure it.

Mulligan Stew February 14th 2015-Colin James Interview


colin james-hearts on fireFor his 16th studio album, Hearts On Fire, Colin James wanted to try something different.
“Making this record with my good friend Colin Linden and such a fantastic veteran rhythm section was an amazing experience,” “I loved working with the team that Colin Linden assembled for me in Nashville,” says James. “George Receli is the longtime drummer from Bob Dylan’s road band and Willie Weeks, the legendary bass player, who’s playing with Donny Hathaway I loved and Reese Wynans, the B3 and piano man of countless sessions.”
Colin and I talk about his long time friendship with Colin Linden.  (James was 13. Linden 16)
Colin also talks about why he wanted this release to have more down tempo/heartfelt songs..exactly the kind of song he loves live on stage.
Also reveals the lp should have perhaps been released before the 25 Live release.
Many of the songs co-written with Tom Wilson from Blackie and the Rodeo Kings
Colin James is an inductee in the Canadian Music Hall Of Fame. He has won six Juno Awards including “Male Vocalist of the Year” and the “Best Producer” award for his efforts with The Little Big Band.  He is the recipient of 17 Maple Blues Awards having most recently been honored in 2013 with “Entertainer of the Year”.


This is The Valentine’s Day Stew TD Mulligan at your audio service Playlist
Is this Love? Bob Marley and the Wailers Legend (ReMastered)
Sailing on The Derek Trucks Band Songlines
Harvest Moon (live) Neil Young MTV Unplugged
The Wind Cries Mary Jimi Hendrix Rainy Day Dream Away
This is The Valentine’s Day Stew Playlist Coming UP – Colin James Interview
She’s No Lady (live) Lyle Lovett Live in Texas
Joy Lucinda Williams Live at The Filmore
Coming UP on Mulligan Stew The Colin James Interview For Hearts on Fire
Playlist for Mulligan stew Next Week Dave GoGo and Harry Manx
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Honey Bee Colin James Hearts on Fire
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You were never Mine Colin James Hearts on Fire
The Colin James Interview For Hearts on Fire
I wanna Sing Colin James Hearts on Fire
I’m Tore Down Eric Clapton Live EP (Japan)
This is The Valentine’s Day Stew TDMulligan Playlist
Heatwave Joan Osborne Standing in the Shadows of Motown
Cannonball Birds of Chicago Birds of Chicago
Mary’s Place Bruce Springsteen The Rising
Dancing in the Street David Bowie & Mick Jagger Nothing has changed
This is The Valentine’s Day Stew TDMulligan Next Week Dave GoGo and Harry Manx
My Valentine (live) Paul McCartney iTunes live from Capitol Studios
Desperado Diana Krall Wallflower
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Blackjack Ray Charles Blues and Jazz
This is The Valentine’s Day Stew TDMulligan Next Week Dave GoGo and Harry Manx
The Weight (live) The Band Rock of Ages
When the World gets small Govt Mule/Steve Winwood Shout
Repo Man Ray Lamontagne & Pariah Dogs God Willin, and the creek don’t rise
This is The Valentine’s Day Stew TDMulligan Next Week Harry Manx and David GoGo
Three Women Jack White Lazaretto
tdmulligan Happy Valentine’s Day


Mulligan Stew March 9th


This Saturday Hour One
alan doyleAlan Doyle checks in about their compilation album XX. Celebrating 20 years of making music and representing the Maritimes and Canada.
They’ll be sliding though Calgary and Edmonton next week – March 12/13 The Jube Edmonton
And March 14/15 The Jube in Calgary.
In the second hour Colin James walks right into the Stewdio and speaks into the microphone.
He’s celebrating so many good things.
He releases is first ever LIVE LP called Twenty-Five Live on March 19.
He gets inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame during Canadian Music Week. March 21
He’s a 6 time Juno winner. Will attend the Junos in his hometown of Regina.
17 Maple Blues Awards, including this year’s Entertainer of the Year.
Colin talks openly about his partnership with Stevie Ray Vaughn, who gave him his first break.
And about his time he spend on the streets busking to make ends meet.
In two weeks we talk to
James Hunter
Hawksley Workman

So Beautiful Paul Simon so beautiful so what
River in Reverse E Costello Alan Toussaint River in reverse
Looking for a plan Harry manx Kevin Breit Strickly Whatever
Ice Age Dr John Locked Down
Joe Turner’s Blues W Marsalis Eric Clapton Play the Blues
Let my love open the door Great Big Sea XX
Good people Great Big Sea XX
Sitting on top of the World Taj Mahal Dancing the Blues
Johnny from the Mountain The Devon Cuddy Band Volume One
Host TDM
32-20 (live) Eric Clapton Tore Down EP
Steady Drivin Man Mink DeVille Return to Magenta
Honey. Where’s the money gone Soloman Burke Nashville
West LA Fadeaway Los Lobos Tin Can Trust
County Jail (live) Eric Clapton Tore Down EP
If I had a boat Lyle Lovett Pontiac
Bad Habit (live() Colin James Twenty-Five Live
Nothing you can do Colin James Twenty-Five Live
Into the Mystic Colin James Twenty five Live