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  posted on 11/28/2006 at 02:04 PM
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Warren Haynes and company are still high on Gov't Mule's latest ATO album, "High & Mighty." But the guitarist says there was enough largesse from the sessions to give the quartet a leg up on its next release.

"We recorded 18 songs and used 12, so we still have six in the can -- most of which I'm extremely happy with," Haynes tells Billboard.com. "That's a first for us, too; we've had one or two songs left over before, but never as many as six. So in a lot of ways I feel like we have a head start on the next record."

Among the vaulted tracks is a reggae-flavored cover of Al Green's "I'm a Ram," a track called "Scenes From a Troubled Mind" that Haynes says "is very different than everything we've done in the past" and may start popping up in Gov't Mule's concert repertoire, and a pair of acoustic songs he predicts "will be centerpieces for the next CD."

"That CD will probably go into a different sort of direction than the last one because we like for each one to be different than the one before it," Haynes says.

No timetable is clear yet for Gov't Mule's next album, and Haynes has plenty on his docket before that becomes a consideration. In addition to Gov't Mule tour dates, he's also preparing the 18th annual Christmas Jam charity concert on Dec. 15 in Asheville, N.C. This year's show, which is already sold out, features Gov't Mule along with a Dave Matthews acoustic set, the John Popper Project featuring DJ Logic, Marty Stuart & his Fabulous Superlatives, the New Orleans Social Club, the Taj Mahal Trio and a number of special guests such as Randall Bramblett, Col. Bruce Hampton, Edwin McCain and Willie Nelson's harmonica player Mickey Raphael.

"The list is so varied -- it's not just confined to the jamband world," Haynes says. "We don't want people to be able to second-guess what it's gonna be. If a show's gonna go from 7 p.m. to two or three in the morning, it's good to have a lot of different types of music."

Haynes will be returning to his "other" group, the Allman Brothers Band, for its annual multi-night March stand at the Beacon Theatre in New York. He says there are no firm plans yet for a new Allmans album, but he has been collecting footage for a possible Gov't Mule DVD, details of which have not been determined.


 

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He says there are no firm plans yet for a new Allmans album.....collecting footage for a possible Gov't Mule DVD


I hope there is plans for a new ABB album come next year also I'm happy to hear that there maybe new Gov't Mule DVD

 

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  posted on 11/28/2006 at 04:15 PM
Looks like everything is starting to fall into place for the Beacon: Warren said it'll be in March, and we know Derek will be there.

 

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  posted on 11/28/2006 at 05:07 PM
sounds good
 

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  posted on 11/28/2006 at 05:58 PM
I guess that doesn't excite me, being I don't see High and Mighty as one of their strongest efforts. The culls from it being top notch, hmmmm....... Having said that, the bonus cuts from Deja Voodoo were pretty darn good......

 

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  posted on 11/28/2006 at 06:29 PM
I would love to hear the songs and wish they had been released with H&M. Anything Warren writes and does musically is pretty terrific. Not many artists are out there doing the kind of music he does.

I would particularly love to hear some more acoustic work and I think Andy and Danny and Matt (of course Matt) do excellent acoustically.

Best band touring today, IMHO. The commercial releases are secondary to the depth and breath of the music this band plays live on the stage.

Like I said, the genius of Mr Haynes lies in his successful reinvention of Soulshine. It took a year, but it finally works perfectly. Just listen to it either on the Cincy show or the Tower show. His ability to take something and reshape it, something as formulated as Soulshine, something that has been played over a thousand times before (2 thousand if you add the ABB versions), and make it come alive again is what makes this guy the genius that he is.

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  posted on 11/28/2006 at 06:31 PM
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that doesn't excite me, being I don't see High and Mighty as one of their strongest efforts.


Exactly what I thought when I read that piece. I haven't found the last 2 GM albums to my liking, lyrically. I keep hoping that the next Mule album will be a bit more inspired, rather than just something that came together over a free couple of weeks that Warren is able to squeeze out of his touring schedule. I know so many here love Deja Voodoo and High & Mighty. I just don't.

 

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that doesn't excite me, being I don't see High and Mighty as one of their strongest efforts.


Exactly what I thought when I read that piece. I haven't found the last 2 GM albums to my liking, lyrically. I keep hoping that the next Mule album will be a bit more inspired, rather than just something that came together over a free couple of weeks that Warren is able to squeeze out of his touring schedule. I know so many here love Deja Voodoo and High & Mighty. I just don't.


A lot of people disagree with you and love High and Mighty. One review said it is destined to go down as GM's Houses of the Holy. I happen to love it.

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  posted on 11/28/2006 at 09:56 PM
Dose is pretty strong...

Ah hell I like 'em all.

 

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Dose is pretty strong...


Its a masterpiece.

 

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  posted on 11/29/2006 at 12:17 AM
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that doesn't excite me, being I don't see High and Mighty as one of their strongest efforts.


Exactly what I thought when I read that piece. I haven't found the last 2 GM albums to my liking, lyrically. I keep hoping that the next Mule album will be a bit more inspired, rather than just something that came together over a free couple of weeks that Warren is able to squeeze out of his touring schedule. I know so many here love Deja Voodoo and High & Mighty. I just don't.


Sucks for you. Maybe you can find another band to check out. I hope the Mule keep making awesome records like Deja' Voodoo and High and Mighty. Love the diversity of this band and they're getting better and better live. Can't wait for anything this band will release. They have never let me down yet and I have been there since the begining.

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  posted on 11/29/2006 at 12:50 AM
Whatever, dude. Just because I don't get a hard-on for everything the band releases, I guess I should "find another band to check out." I don't like 60 % of the tunes on the last 2 albums. Doesn't mean that Mule isn't one of my favorite live bands, or THE greatest rock band going right now. Just means that I don't like alot of the recent studio stuff. The "I JUST LOVE EVERYTHING the band does" kind of fans are a strange phenomenon. I'm glad I didn't post under the "Warren You Rock" thread
 

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  posted on 11/29/2006 at 09:13 AM
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I would love to hear the songs and wish they had been released with H&M. Anything Warren writes and does musically is pretty terrific. Not many artists are out there doing the kind of music he does.

I would particularly love to hear some more acoustic work and I think Andy and Danny and Matt (of course Matt) do excellent acoustically.

Best band touring today, IMHO. The commercial releases are secondary to the depth and breath of the music this band plays live on the stage.

Like I said, the genius of Mr Haynes lies in his successful reinvention of Soulshine. It took a year, but it finally works perfectly. Just listen to it either on the Cincy show or the Tower show. His ability to take something and reshape it, something as formulated as Soulshine, something that has been played over a thousand times before (2 thousand if you add the ABB versions), and make it come alive again is what makes this guy the genius that he is.

Complain all you want and I sure nuff have, but when all gets tolled, if there is such a thing, the amount of beautiful, moving, fun music that this man has created cannot be matched by many.




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Couldn't have said it better myself. I agee 100% The Mule are the best live band touring today.
Angela everybody told me you were real opinated guess we both have the same opinion LOL

Now I got to get ready for Worcester tonight. Let me see. I still have all my Mule CD's my son didn't steal them back yet Hmm do I have enough time to play them all before the show tonight. I'm sure as hell going to try.

 

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I would love to hear the songs and wish they had been released with H&M. Anything Warren writes and does musically is pretty terrific. Not many artists are out there doing the kind of music he does.

I would particularly love to hear some more acoustic work and I think Andy and Danny and Matt (of course Matt) do excellent acoustically.

Best band touring today, IMHO. The commercial releases are secondary to the depth and breath of the music this band plays live on the stage.

Like I said, the genius of Mr Haynes lies in his successful reinvention of Soulshine. It took a year, but it finally works perfectly. Just listen to it either on the Cincy show or the Tower show. His ability to take something and reshape it, something as formulated as Soulshine, something that has been played over a thousand times before (2 thousand if you add the ABB versions), and make it come alive again is what makes this guy the genius that he is.

Complain all you want and I sure nuff have, but when all gets tolled, if there is such a thing, the amount of beautiful, moving, fun music that this man has created cannot be matched by many.




Angela
Couldn't have said it better myself. I agee 100% The Mule are the best live band touring today.
Angela everybody told me you were real opinated guess we both have the same opinion LOL

Now I got to get ready for Worcester tonight. Let me see. I still have all my Mule CD's my son didn't steal them back yet Hmm do I have enough time to play them all before the show tonight. I'm sure as hell going to try.


LMAO!! Larry, I told you that you and Angela had a lot in common!! LOL! Crank up the MULE!!!

 

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I love when people are aghast at ANY critical analysis...... Yes, Mule can do no wrong, yes everything they do is perfect, yes we should find other bands to like, yes it sucks for us.... what juvinile attitudes..... some people try to actually be somewhat objective when reviewing releases. I really like Deja, and really only somewhat like H&M, so what? The lyrics on H&M are the biggest dissapointment, followed by somewhat formulatic songs in SOME cases (Streamline Woman as example, a mindless ditty). Do I need to get actual reviews from REAL critics of H&M? Believe it or not, it was not hailed as their best ever. A couple of you better pull them panties out of the twist their in.....

 

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Like I said, the genius of Mr Haynes lies in his successful reinvention of Soulshine.




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Soulshine, something that has been played over a thousand times before (2 thousand if you add the ABB versions)





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  posted on 11/29/2006 at 12:29 PM
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that doesn't excite me, being I don't see High and Mighty as one of their strongest efforts.


Exactly what I thought when I read that piece. I haven't found the last 2 GM albums to my liking, lyrically. I keep hoping that the next Mule album will be a bit more inspired, rather than just something that came together over a free couple of weeks that Warren is able to squeeze out of his touring schedule. I know so many here love Deja Voodoo and High & Mighty. I just don't.


I absolutely love both discs. High and Mighty hasn't been out of my vehicle CD player since I got it in August. However, I respect your opinion. Everyone has their own tastes. Just sorry it doesn't cut it for you. Nothing like getting new music that really moves you. It's like Christmas morning when you're 10 years old.

 

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  posted on 11/29/2006 at 01:34 PM
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Whatever, dude. Just because I don't get a hard-on for everything the band releases, I guess I should "find another band to check out." I don't like 60 % of the tunes on the last 2 albums. Doesn't mean that Mule isn't one of my favorite live bands, or THE greatest rock band going right now. Just means that I don't like alot of the recent studio stuff. The "I JUST LOVE EVERYTHING the band does" kind of fans are a strange phenomenon. I'm glad I didn't post under the "Warren You Rock" thread


Nothing strange about us dude. Maybe I came off a little harsh. I just don't understand how you could not like these albums if you like the Mule's other work. Maybe you will like these songs better when you see them live. I don't like everything from all of my favorite bands. I was just pointing out that Gov't Mule has'nt let me down yet. I'm not looking to ruffle your feathers. To each their own. I have heard bad and good reviews. I hope you dig the next Mule record.

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I hate to say it, but I've fallen out of love with the Mule. I can't bear to listen to any of the music since LBI. I don't know what it is, but most people I hang out with feel the same.

 

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  posted on 11/29/2006 at 01:59 PM
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Complain all you want and I sure nuff have, but when all gets tolled, if there is such a thing, the amount of beautiful, moving, fun music that this man has created cannot be matched by many.


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  posted on 11/29/2006 at 02:57 PM
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I just don't understand how you could not like these albums if you like the Mule's other work.


Sorry to get defensive. This is just a subject thats very near and dear to me. I hope that this forum is a place where we can express opinions, positive or negative, without being made to feel that we're doing something wrong.
Bought Mule's 1st album shortly after its release and liked it ALOT. In fact, I wore it out over the course of the next year. Caught my 1st Mule show almost exactly one year after buying the first record, Nov. 1996. I was COMPLETELY floored. Became a stark-raving Mulehead. I was just out of high school. My introduction to Mule was my musical epiphany. I discovered jazz because of Gov't Mule. Roseland and Dose completely knocked me out. I fell in love with Warren's vox/guitar playing/lyrics, Woody's thunder and downright badassocity, MATT ABTS ON THE DRUMS!!! Gobbled up all the live stuff I could find. Picked up Warren's solo CD along the way....and I really did NOT like it, except for a couple of tunes. Didn't care for the songs, thought it sounded over produced, just couldn't believe this was the same Warren Haynes as the Mule that I had come to know and love.
Why don't I dig the latest records?? Not the addition of keys. I liked Johnny Neel's playing on LBI and the tour that followed.Danny has grown on me alot. IMO he overplayed alot at first, but has really seemed to find his nitch in the band.
The loss of Woody?? Probably. I enjoyed the Deep End project and liked alot of those albums. They were a miracle after I thought the Mule was done for. I wasn't too critical at the time because I was just happy to have any Mule at all.
I respected Warren & Matt's decision to add Andy, but George Porter was my favorite touring bassist, by far. I was very hopeful for both of the last 2 albums, but they just didn't take me anywhere. The live shows are getting better all the time, but I don't think Unring the Bell or Like Flies will ever grow on me...(the lyrics to Like Flies are just AWFUL). I find myself getting more into the places that they take their well-chosen covers.
I know nothing about the inner workings of this band. But my deepest feelings are that Warren Haynes answers to noone but himself in today's Gov't Mule. And he shouldn't have to. He can do what he wants. I think the trio was a melding of the creativity and musicality of 3 monster talents. I think today's Mule is The Warren Haynes Band featuring Matt Abts, and not so much as I would like. There is still some of the Mule kick that I loved 10 years ago, but most of the current tunes aren't taking me anywhere.
Today I find myself getting way more excited to see ABB(btw I think Hittin' the Note is some of Warren's best writing in the last 8 years) or DTB.
Sorry for the long-winded post, just trying to explain myself. There will always be a special place in my musical heart for Gov't Mule. I'll buy anything that they put out in the future and I'll continue to see them live. I just hope to get an entire record of, what I consider to be, greatness from this line-up.

 

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  posted on 11/29/2006 at 03:01 PM
I'm glad there name isn't Gov't Dog with a thread title like this one .

 

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I just don't understand how you could not like these albums if you like the Mule's other work.


Sorry to get defensive. This is just a subject thats very near and dear to me. I hope that this forum is a place where we can express opinions, positive or negative, without being made to feel that we're doing something wrong.
Bought Mule's 1st album shortly after its release and liked it ALOT. In fact, I wore it out over the course of the next year. Caught my 1st Mule show almost exactly one year after buying the first record, Nov. 1996. I was COMPLETELY floored. Became a stark-raving Mulehead. I was just out of high school. My introduction to Mule was my musical epiphany. I discovered jazz because of Gov't Mule. Roseland and Dose completely knocked me out. I fell in love with Warren's vox/guitar playing/lyrics, Woody's thunder and downright badassocity, MATT ABTS ON THE DRUMS!!! Gobbled up all the live stuff I could find. Picked up Warren's solo CD along the way....and I really did NOT like it, except for a couple of tunes. Didn't care for the songs, thought it sounded over produced, just couldn't believe this was the same Warren Haynes as the Mule that I had come to know and love.
Why don't I dig the latest records?? Not the addition of keys. I liked Johnny Neel's playing on LBI and the tour that followed.Danny has grown on me alot. IMO he overplayed alot at first, but has really seemed to find his nitch in the band.
The loss of Woody?? Probably. I enjoyed the Deep End project and liked alot of those albums. They were a miracle after I thought the Mule was done for. I wasn't too critical at the time because I was just happy to have any Mule at all.
I respected Warren & Matt's decision to add Andy, but George Porter was my favorite touring bassist, by far. I was very hopeful for both of the last 2 albums, but they just didn't take me anywhere. The live shows are getting better all the time, but I don't think Unring the Bell or Like Flies will ever grow on me...(the lyrics to Like Flies are just AWFUL). I find myself getting more into the places that they take their well-chosen covers.
I know nothing about the inner workings of this band. But my deepest feelings are that Warren Haynes answers to noone but himself in today's Gov't Mule. And he shouldn't have to. He can do what he wants. I think the trio was a melding of the creativity and musicality of 3 monster talents. I think today's Mule is The Warren Haynes Band featuring Matt Abts, and not so much as I would like. There is still some of the Mule kick that I loved 10 years ago, but most of the current tunes aren't taking me anywhere.
Today I find myself getting way more excited to see ABB(btw I think Hittin' the Note is some of Warren's best writing in the last 8 years) or DTB.
Sorry for the long-winded post, just trying to explain myself. There will always be a special place in my musical heart for Gov't Mule. I'll buy anything that they put out in the future and I'll continue to see them live. I just hope to get an entire record of, what I consider to be, greatness from this line-up.


Unring The Bell and Like Flies are the two songs on the album that I don't care for. On that we agree. I love the rest of the songs though.

 

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I just don't understand how you could not like these albums if you like the Mule's other work.


Sorry to get defensive. This is just a subject thats very near and dear to me. I hope that this forum is a place where we can express opinions, positive or negative, without being made to feel that we're doing something wrong.
Bought Mule's 1st album shortly after its release and liked it ALOT. In fact, I wore it out over the course of the next year. Caught my 1st Mule show almost exactly one year after buying the first record, Nov. 1996. I was COMPLETELY floored. Became a stark-raving Mulehead. I was just out of high school. My introduction to Mule was my musical epiphany. I discovered jazz because of Gov't Mule. Roseland and Dose completely knocked me out. I fell in love with Warren's vox/guitar playing/lyrics, Woody's thunder and downright badassocity, MATT ABTS ON THE DRUMS!!! Gobbled up all the live stuff I could find. Picked up Warren's solo CD along the way....and I really did NOT like it, except for a couple of tunes. Didn't care for the songs, thought it sounded over produced, just couldn't believe this was the same Warren Haynes as the Mule that I had come to know and love.
Why don't I dig the latest records?? Not the addition of keys. I liked Johnny Neel's playing on LBI and the tour that followed.Danny has grown on me alot. IMO he overplayed alot at first, but has really seemed to find his nitch in the band.
The loss of Woody?? Probably. I enjoyed the Deep End project and liked alot of those albums. They were a miracle after I thought the Mule was done for. I wasn't too critical at the time because I was just happy to have any Mule at all.
I respected Warren & Matt's decision to add Andy, but George Porter was my favorite touring bassist, by far. I was very hopeful for both of the last 2 albums, but they just didn't take me anywhere. The live shows are getting better all the time, but I don't think Unring the Bell or Like Flies will ever grow on me...(the lyrics to Like Flies are just AWFUL). I find myself getting more into the places that they take their well-chosen covers.
I know nothing about the inner workings of this band. But my deepest feelings are that Warren Haynes answers to noone but himself in today's Gov't Mule. And he shouldn't have to. He can do what he wants. I think the trio was a melding of the creativity and musicality of 3 monster talents. I think today's Mule is The Warren Haynes Band featuring Matt Abts, and not so much as I would like. There is still some of the Mule kick that I loved 10 years ago, but most of the current tunes aren't taking me anywhere.
Today I find myself getting way more excited to see ABB(btw I think Hittin' the Note is some of Warren's best writing in the last 8 years) or DTB.
Sorry for the long-winded post, just trying to explain myself. There will always be a special place in my musical heart for Gov't Mule. I'll buy anything that they put out in the future and I'll continue to see them live. I just hope to get an entire record of, what I consider to be, greatness from this line-up.


Unring The Bell and Like Flies are the two songs on the album that I don't care for. On that we agree. I love the rest of the songs though.


I agree! Those songs don't catch my attention too much

 

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I love when people are aghast at ANY critical analysis...... Yes, Mule can do no wrong, yes everything they do is perfect, yes we should find other bands to like, yes it sucks for us.... what juvinile attitudes..... some people try to actually be somewhat objective when reviewing releases. I really like Deja, and really only somewhat like H&M, so what? The lyrics on H&M are the biggest dissapointment, followed by somewhat formulatic songs in SOME cases (Streamline Woman as example, a mindless ditty). Do I need to get actual reviews from REAL critics of H&M? Believe it or not, it was not hailed as their best ever. A couple of you better pull them panties out of the twist their in.....



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