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Life Before Insanity

Label: Capricorn Records
Released: 2000

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Gov't Mule: Life Before Insanity

Read "Life Before Insanity" reviewed by Rob Evanoff


The Mule has plenty of Fuel. Want to whip up a batch of Gov’t Mule stew? Mix up a pot full of ZZTop, Allman Bros, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bad Co., The Doors & Mountain and douse with a generous splash of whiskey-soaked vocals. Take this potent concoction and let it smoke for about 3 hours on a ...

Album

Live... With A Little Help From Our Friends

Label: Capricorn Records
Released: 1999
Track listing: Disc 1: Thorazine Shuffle; Dolphineus; War Pigs; 30 Days In The Hole; Mr. Big; Look on Yonder Wall; Soulshine; Mule (Total Playing Time 73:26). Disc 2: Sad and Deep as You; Devil Likes It Slow; Cortez the Killer; Afro-Blue (Total Playing Time 68:25).

Album

Nothin' Coolin' Off

Label: Capricorn Records
Released: 1999

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Galactic: Nothin' Coolin' Off

Read "Nothin' Coolin' Off" reviewed by Ed Kopp


Galactic is a New Orleans jazz-funk unit that transports us back to the '70s, the decade when jazz-funk was at its zenith. This band owes a great deal to the Meters, the seminal New Orleans funk outfit that was always more popular with the critics than the public. The fact that Galactic is able to emulate ...

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Gov: Live... With A Little Help From Our Friends

Read "Live... With A Little Help From Our Friends" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Fringes of Jazz. This disc warrants a few words among these electrons for no other reason than it covers Mongo Santamaria’s “Afro-Blue”. But this is not the only reason. Gov’t Mule (comprised of Allman Brothers Warren Haynes and Allen Woody with the addition of drummer Matt Abts) carries on a tradition that was begun by the ...

Album

Coolin' Off

Label: Capricorn Records
Released: 1998

Album

What In That Bag?

Label: Capricorn Records
Released: 1998

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Chuck Leavell: What In That Bag?

Read "What In That Bag?" reviewed by Ed Kopp


When the Rolling Stones decide to take their act on the road every other year or so, they usually turn to Chuck Leavell for support on piano. Leavell is an incredibly versatile keyboardist, capable of playing rock, blues, R&B, jazz, fusion--you name it. The Georgia-based piano whiz tackles all of those styles and more on What's ...

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Galactic: Coolin' Off

Read "Coolin' Off" reviewed by Ed Kopp


Galactic is a New Orleans jazz-funk unit that transports us back to the '70s, the decade when jazz-funk was at its zenith. This band owes a great deal to the Meters, the seminal New Orleans funk outfit that was always more popular with critics than the public. The fact that Galactic is able to emulate the ...


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