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  1. Mumcast 59 Bye Bye Becker/Mungion Update
    04 Sep, 2017
    Mumcast 59 Bye Bye Becker/Mungion Update
    This Labor Day weekend included a tragic loss for the music community. Walter Becker, one half of Steely Dan, died at age 67. The Dan have influenced legions of musicians with their potent mix of jazz, rock, and r&b influences, not to mention the sardonic wit and their brainy, sometimes obtuse take on songwriting. Their music isn't for everyone, a big reason why those who get them love their ethos. We read an excerpt of Rob Sheffield's Rolling Stone article on Walter, which describes and sums up
  2. #50-Mumcast 50th Episode
    29 Nov, 2016
    #50-Mumcast 50th Episode
    How time flies! We have now done 50 episodes of Mumcast: The Rick Mummey Show!    We appreciate all the support we've had and look forward to doing more. On this episode, we selected some interesting nuggets from among our 50 shows, including excerpts from our chats with musician/writer Tim Brouk, Songwriter extraordinaire Scott Greeson, Nashvillian/Musicians Hall of Fame curator/BR-549 bassist Jay McDowell, SF Jazz Collective's Matt Penman, and guitarist/songwriter/great guy Pat McClimans.
  3. Mumcast #47  Flat Five-A World of Love and Hope
    01 Nov, 2016
    Mumcast #47 Flat Five-A World of Love and Hope
    Flat Five are a Chicago group of amazing musicians that bring their individual influences together for a gumbo of quirky covers and originals. To quote the Facebook bio "Alex Hall, Kelly Hogan, Scott Ligon, Casey McDonough, Nora O'Connor Kean -- separately, these folks are in-demand touring and recording musicians for bands like Neko Case, The Decemberists, NRBQ, Jakob Dylan, Mavis Staples, Andrew Bird, J.D. McPherson, Robbie Fulks, Wanda Jackson, The Mekons, The New Pornographers, Alejandro
  4. Your Favorite Show, My Favorite Show
    01 Feb, 2016
    Your Favorite Show, My Favorite Show
    We asked people to contribute to Mumcast: The Rick Mummey Podcast by telling us about their favorite concert going experiences. These events often carry great memories for us, and bring us closer to the artists that bowl us over with skill, charm, and, sometimes, spectacle. Sometimes they're a rite of passage, when your parents loosened up enough to let you go, even though they were afraid (or certain) that you might descend into depravity. Regardless of genre or era, the concerts described by
  5. the big show
    01 Feb, 2016
    Post #1: WHY ARE WE HERE, ANYWAY?
    I guess I'm challenging myself with such a deep topic for my inaugural post. I choose the question because it dovetails nicely with my mission to tease out the motivations and inspirations from creative people. Why do they create? Why must they create? Many creatives with whom I've spoken tell me that making their art is as central to their existence as breathing and eating (for many artists, creating may be more important than eating, since eating requires what many artists find to be in short

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