Welcome to the official Phil Mulford website.
|I am a busy professional bass player based in London. My professional career of 27 years covers all aspects of popular music including Touring, Recording, Television and Theatre work.
This website gives an overveiw of my credits, the equipment I use and news for forthcoming events, albums and appearances. There are links to the equipment manufacturers I uses and links to associated artists I have worked with.
There are also a reviews page for equipment, a playlist for what I am checking out, transcriptions and the usual photos. There are also links to You Tube clips featuring bands/artists I have been working with.
The transcriptions page is passworded, please email me for the combination to get in to this section.The first transcription is a James Jamerson line from the ‘Love Child’ album by Diana Ross and the Supreme. It is called ‘(Don’t Break These) Chains Of Love’. It is a great shuffle I hope you have fun with it.
I will also be writing a regular blog about all sorts of subjects, not necessarily all bass related, but hopefully interesting in some way…
Phil can be seen out and about with a variety of Bands, his new Quartet, the fantastic up and coming singer, Jo Harman and a new TV Show in the prime time slot on Saturday Nights. It’s called ‘I Love My Country’ with Frank Skinner, Mickey Flannagan and the lovely Jamelia fronting up the house band.
In the works at the moment is my Bass Album and a ‘Live In The Studio’ Quartet Album with the wonderful Jacqui Hicks singing some great ‘favourite’ tunes, songs by Stevie Wonder, Al Green and the like. It is the Boaters Trio that have been working together for the last 10 years or so; Simon Carter on keyboards, Frosty Beedle on drums and myself. We have 7 tracks down and plan a further day for another 5 or so to round it our. Watch this space.
Join me tomorrow night Tuesday 18th Feb at the Bull’s Head, Barnes to play the music of David Sanborn with “Straight To The Heart; Scott Garland on sax, Dave Ital on guitar, Pete Adams on keyboards and Geoff Dunn on drums. We kick off at 8.30pm.
I will be at the London Bass Guitar Show at Olympia on March 2nd playing on the main stage with my Quartet at 11.15am and will be hanging around the TC Electronic , Overwater Basses and Elixir Strings stands. Do come and say ‘Hi’ if you are about. I will be around until 4pm when I have to whizz off for a Gig with Jo Harman at the Boom, Boom Club Sutton, Surrey.