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The Deepest End: Live in Concert
Gov't Mule
The Deepest End: Live in Concert
Genres: Folk, Rock, Metal
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Folk, with influences of pop, new age and celtic


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All Artists: Gov't Mule
Title: The Deepest End: Live in Concert
Members Wishing: 2
Total Copies: 0
Label: Ato Records/Red
Original Release Date: 2/15/2000
Release Date: 2/15/2000
Album Type: Live
Genres: Folk, Rock, Metal
Style: Folk Rock
Number of Discs: 3
SwapaCD Credits: 3
Other Editions: Deepest End
UPC: 791022151725


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Folk, with influences of pop, new age and celtic

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Forest A. (FAllbee) from WICHITA FALLS, TX
Reviewed on 10/30/2014...
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Disc 1

1 Bad Little Doggie
2 Game Face
3 Larger Than Life
4 Blind Man In The Dark
5 Which Way Do We Run
6 Fool's Moon
7 Sco-Mule
8 Patchwork Quilt
9 Lay of the Sunflower
10 John The Revelator

Disc 2

1 Beautifully Broken
2 Time to Confess
3 Banks Of The Deep End
4 32/20 Blues
5 Goin' Down
6 Slow Happy Boys
7 I Shall Return
8 Tryin' Not to Fall
9 Drivin' Rain
10 Soulshine

Disk 3 (DVD)
1 Bad Little Doggie
2 Blindman in the Dark
3 Sco-Mule
4 Lay of the Sunflower
5 John the Revelator
6 Chameleon
7 Beautifully Broken
8 Mule
9 Banks of the Deep End
10 On Your Way Down
11 Down and Out in New York City
12 Maybe I'm a Leo
13 Voodoo Chile
14 Politician
15 Guitar Solo - Drum Solo
16 Sweet Leaf
17 War Pigs
18 Greasy Granny's Gopher Gravy (Part 1 & Part 2)
19 Wasted Time
20 Thorazine Shuffle

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Gov't Mule is GREAT BLUES ROCK!!
Baberufus | West Jordan, UT USA | 02/21/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Gov't Mule has been lumped into the jam band category, but their music is hardly just noodling solos, half-a*sed melodies and nonsense lyrics. Their albums are cohesive, SOLID, INTENSE, GREAT SONGS! A little jazz influence, too, of course. And they do like to solo--hey, it's Warren Haynes with the Allman Brothers, after all--but their material, along with the Black Crowes' latest offerings, is heads and shoulders above ANY hard/southern/blues rock band out there today. For a long time I avoided Gov't Mule because I thought they were just a jam band with long, boring, jazzy songs. Boy, was I wrong! DEAD wrong! Get ALL of Gov't Mule albums if you like Skynyrd, the Allmans, Led Zeppelin, Blackfoot, the Black will be KICKING yourself for not discovering this band years ago!!

The only album of theirs I DON'T recommend is their latest--Mighty High. It's nothing but boring, industrial-ish reggae. If you like that kind of music, then fine, you'll probably like it. For me, it was a waste of money. I just hope their next effort is back to the blues rock that they are best known for.

Find the 3-disc version of this release if you can. Two CDs and one very long concert DVD! What a deal!!"