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Bring On The Music - Live at the Capitol Theatre

Label: Provogue Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: CD1: Hammer & Nails; Thorazine Shuffle; Larger Than Life; Forsaken Savior; Broke Down On The Brazos; Endless Parade; Lola Leave Your Light On; Blind Man In The Dark; Raven Black Night. CD2: Traveling Tune (alternate version); Stone Cold Rage; Whisper In Your Soul; Little Toy Brain; Trane > Eternity's Breath > St. Stephen (jam); Pressure Under Fire; Fool's Moon; Revolution Come, Revolution Go; Bring On The Music.

DVD1: Intro; Traveling Tune (Part 1); Railroad Boy; Mule; Beautifully Broken; Drawn That Way; The Man I Want To Be; Funny Little Tragedy > Message In A Bottle > Funny Little Tragedy; Far Away; Sin's A Good Man's Brother; Mr. Man. DVD2: Life Before Insanity; Thorns Of Life; Trane; Revolution Come, Revolution Go; No Need To Suffer ; Dreams & Songs; Time To Confess; Comeback; World Boss; Bring On The Music; Traveling Tune (Part 2; Dark Was The Night, Cold Was The Ground.

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Gov't Mule: Bring On The Music - Live at the Capitol Theatre

Read "Bring On The Music - Live at the Capitol Theatre" reviewed by Doug Collette

In the essay within the 2CD/2DVD package of Gov't Mule's Bring On The Music, Warren Haynes makes note of the the group's twenty-fifth anniversary. And while the co-founder and titular leader of an ensemble originally spun off from the Allman Brothers Band goes to great length in rightfully stipulating the band's music as the source of ...


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