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Gov’t Mule’s newest album is Revolution Come…Revolution Go.

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Gov’t Mule’s newest album is Revolution Come…Revolution Go.

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  • “Dreams And Songs”
  • The Allman Brothers Band, “Don’t Want You No More / It’s Not My Cross To Bear” (studio version from The Allman Brothers Band)
  • “Sarah, Surrender”
  • “Old Before My Time” (studio version from Hittin’ The Note)

Gov’t Mule recently released its 10th album, Revolution Come…Revolution Go, recorded mostly during sessions in Austin, Texas. The original trio — guitarist and singer Warren Haynes, the late bassist Allen Woody and drummer Matt Abts — started playing as a side project in 1994, when Haynes and Woody were members of The Allman Brothers Band. After Woody died, the band took its time finding the right permanent bassist; Jorgen Carlsson joined the band in 2008.

The live music in this session was recorded during the recent Non-COMMvention in Philadelphia. My interview with Haynes took place May 30, just a few days after Gregg Allman‘s death. Haynes, who had two long stints in the Allman Brothers Band — first from 1989 to 1997 and later from 2000 to 2014 — had been a close friend of Allman’s, and he speaks about their relationship in this interview. Hear the full session in the player above.



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