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14 Sep 2004 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 14 Sep 2004
  • Label: ATO Records
  • Copyright: 2004 ATO Records
  • Total Length: 1:15:47
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  • ASIN: B007FT09WS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 63,709 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful By A. Murdoch on 11 Oct 2004
Format: Audio CD
After three studio and two live albums - all excellent and highly recommended - the tragic death of Allen Woody put the future of Gov't Mule into doubt. This was 'Act One'.
The second stage was the 'Deep End' project which was one of the most fitting tributes to a musician ever done yielding two studio albums and a live album/DVD package - featuring many great guest bassists and supporting musicians. This was 'Act Two'.
Now the Mule return as a band unit once again with Deep End keyboardist Danny Louis and new(-ish) permanent bassist Andy Hess alongside founder members Warren Haynes & Matt Abts.
OK, that's the story so far, now what of the album? Great stuff! Typical Mule in a way yet somehow different. Warren's guitar, voice and songwriting are all up to his usual high standard as is Matt's drumming, the 'new boys'; who are in fact not so new fit in perfectly to the Mule sound which is now expanded as a 4-piece and sometimes verges into prog rock like on 'Mr Man'. Guess it is prog rock, as it is rock that is progressing! Andy Hess stamps his own personality on the bass grooves and Danny Louis's keyboards contribute to a slighly mellower, more layered sound than previous albums as a power trio deluxe. Other standout tracks include 'Slackjaw Jezebel' and 'New World Blues'.
If you have enjoyed the Mule's music up until now, this album will not disappoint. If you are new to their music, this is good a place to start as any, but be warned you will want it all!
Anyone who bemoans the current music scene and hankers for old values will love this.
Now that they've got a well-deserved 5-star review, any chance of a UK tour? I saw them in New York 2 years ago and they were brilliant!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By S. Nodder on 4 April 2005
Format: Audio CD
simply the best mule album yet.....
I have been a fan of the mule since obtaining a copy of dose after a good review in classic rock magazine,and in my humble opinion this is the best so far.
Right from the opening of Bad Man Walking I was hooked and Haven`t stopped playing it since.Warrens voice was just made for this genre.After the sad loss of Alan Woody I feared the band would call it a day,thankfully they didn`t ...keep it coming. I`ll never tire of the mule I`m sure........
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By R. Ward on 15 April 2006
Format: Audio CD
I have seen Government Mule twice in London (once from the Cage - the mixing console at the Astoria/Mean Fiddler - now THAT was cool) and they are almost unique among international touring acts in that they are different each time you see them and genuinely spontaneous. Seeing The Mule made me realise in a flash how un-spontaneous most acts are these days.

First time, they brought on a couple of buddies and jammed a few tunes including Political Man by Cream. Wow - at the end of a good gig that jerks you awake like driving your car into a ditch on a Friday night.

The second time I saw them they did an incredibly sinister cover of My Oh My by David Gray and a couple of Hendrix tunes. I would never have thought a jangly DG tune could come out that way.

This is a great record (especially if you ignore the first few bars of Warren's guitar solo on Slackjaw Jezebel - what was he THINKING?!? They have the odd wobbly moment, but that's REAL music) and the bonus live CD is, for my money, even better. Try and see them live - brilliant and refreshing.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Russell W. Morgan on 22 Oct 2009
Format: Audio CD
I've seen them live 5 times, and I have witnessed hundreds of concerts over the years, they stand up to all of the rest.
Warren Haynes has got to be one of the most hard working and talented musicians around. If you love Free, Humble Pie, Allmann Bros, Mountain, Crowes etc you'll love this. They've never released a poor album yet. Haynes has a fantastic voice and he plays a mean Gibson to boot!
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