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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 09:03 AM
After seeing the Mule setlist (and experiencing the show live) on Saturday, June 2nd at Mountain Jam, I didn't think it would ever be topped. All I can say is WOW:

Set 1
Play With Fire (Michael Franti)
Thorazine Shuffle
Banks Of The Deep End
A Million Miles From Yesterday
Sugaree (Bob Weir)
Loser (Bob Weir)
Johnny Bratton Jam (Lewis Black)
Unring The Bell-> (Shakedown Street Tease)
Drums->
Moby Dick Reprise (John Paul Jones on Bass)
Livin' Lovin' Maid (John Paul Jones on Bass)
Since I've Been Lovin You (John Paul Jones on Keys)
No Quarter (John Paul Jones on Keys)

Set 2
Come Back Baby* (Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady & Barry Mitterhoff)
Death Don't Have No Mercy* (Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady & Barry Mitterhoff)
Streamline Woman
Brand New Angel
That's What Love Will Make You Do (Luther Dickinson)
32/20 Blues (Luther Dickinson)

Encore
Sweetleaf
War Pigs

Encore 2
Soulshine (Message In A Bottle Tease)

*1st Time Played

While I wasn't there, I can only imagine.

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 09:06 AM
quote:
Encore
Sweetleaf
War Pigs





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Moby Dick Reprise (John Paul Jones on Bass)
Livin' Lovin' Maid (John Paul Jones on Bass)
Since I've Been Lovin You (John Paul Jones on Keys)
No Quarter (John Paul Jones on Keys)





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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 09:09 AM
Will this be a Mule tracks or Bonnaroo download?

Can't wait for this!!!

Dan

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 09:14 AM
....why wasn't this listed in the live streams---saw some stuff they streamed,but no MULE!!!----any info.??? HELP???thanks

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 09:21 AM
WOW!!!

Dansod, it will be on Mule tracks. Sometimes it takes a day or two!

http://www.mule.net/from_the_road/details.php?year=07&month=06#17

There are some very nice pictures up!!!



Effie, I'll bet Eric will find the stream!

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 09:27 AM
Thanks Sue--any idea why it wasn't part of the live stream??

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 10:24 AM
Vin what an amazing set. It would have been heaven on earth being there.

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 10:25 AM
Just when I think I have to much Mule downloaded. Muletracks here I come.
JUST INCREDIBLE!

Sweet Leaf and War Pigs!

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 12:23 PM
Re: 06.17.07 Bonnaroo - Manchester, TN

Wow. Love the guests. Well done. :-) Can't say wow enough. Way to
go Warren and Mule. Livin Lovin Maid indeed.

Wow, Since I've Been Loving You. I hope that comes back for a few
shows. It was one of the songs that hooked me on Warren's voice.

Of course I knew Led Zeppelin and I grew up on their hits. I had that
album with Stairway to Heaven on it and Houses of the Holy but I had
never heard Since I've Been Loving You until 10-18-01, my first Gov't
Mule concert. Of course at that point it wasn't the Mule we have
today, but still Warren's voice and the music won me over.

Three songs stood out for me from that show. Since I've Been Loving
You, Rocking Horse and West Coast Groovies. I didn't stay for the
second set. I was still pretty rattled by the WTC attack and the
armed soldiers in the subways and the army tanks on the streets.

Of course I have since gotten most of Led Zeppelin's commercial
releases. And I became a Mule junkie, so really hearing that John
Paul Jones, Jack Casady and the other esteemed guests sat in, creates
that unbroken circle. I missed Casady's performance on the 18th that
year, but did see him with the Mule at the Deepest End concert and
maybe once or twice more.

Well, if you look at the photos on Mule.net, you will see Warren
smiling. That's all I need to know about how things all went. I
can't say I wish I was at Bonnaroo cause I probably would have felt
lost in a sea of people, but I do wish I could have been transported
just to watch that wonderful show.

I will certainly get the Mule Tracks of that one and also many of the
recent shows the guys have put on. It seems taking some breaks
between gigs does them all well.

Oh yeah and Loser with Weir. I love that song too.

What a terrific show.



In WarrenHaynesandGovtMule@yahoogroups.com, "Steven Kirk"
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> 06.17.07 Bonnaroo - Manchester, TN
>
> Set 1
> Play With Fire with Michael Franti
> Thorazine Shuffle
> Banks Of The Deep End
> A Million Miles From Yesterday
> Sugaree with Bob Weir
> Loser with Bob Weir
> Johnny Bratton Jam with Lewis Black
> Unring The Bell-> Shakedown Street Tease
> Drums->
> Moby Dick Reprise with John Paul Jones on Bass
> Livin' Lovin' Maid with John Paul Jones on Bass
> Since I've Been Lovin You with John Paul Jones on Keys
> No Quarter with John Paul Jones on Keys
>
> Set 2
> Come Back Baby* with Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady & Barry Mitterhoff
> Death Don't Have No Mercy* with Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady & Barry
> Mitterhoff
> Streamline Woman
> Brand New Angel
> That's What Love Will Make You Do with Luther Dickinson
> 32/20 Blues with Luther Dickinson
>
> Encore
> Sweetleaf
> War Pigs
>
> Encore 2
> Soulshine Message In A Bottle Tease
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> *1st Time Played

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 12:24 PM
One for the ages. Are you kidding me!! No quarter and Since I've Been Loving you with John Paul Jones sitting in............WOW!!!!!!!!
 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 12:28 PM
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Will this be a Mule tracks or Bonnaroo download?

Can't wait for this!!!

Dan


Mule Tracks

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 12:31 PM
That set list is ridiculous. Nice to see Mule doing something w/ JPJ finally. I remember Warren trying to get him involved in the Deep End cds, I think he was originally supposed to play on the track Newstead did on Vol 2. Can't wait to here this one.

And Lewis Black, I didn't realize it was that Lewis Black. Does anyone knbow what his involvement was?

[Edited on 6/17/2007 by badhatharry]

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 12:35 PM
....a concert i would have loved to be at....

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 12:36 PM
quote:
After seeing the Mule setlist (and experiencing the show live) on Saturday, June 2nd at Mountain Jam, I didn't think it would ever be topped. All I can say is WOW:

Set 1
Play With Fire (Michael Franti)
Thorazine Shuffle
Banks Of The Deep End
A Million Miles From Yesterday
Sugaree (Bob Weir)
Loser (Bob Weir)
Johnny Bratton Jam (Lewis Black)
Unring The Bell-> (Shakedown Street Tease)
Drums->
Moby Dick Reprise (John Paul Jones on Bass)
Livin' Lovin' Maid (John Paul Jones on Bass)
Since I've Been Lovin You (John Paul Jones on Keys)
No Quarter (John Paul Jones on Keys)

Set 2
Come Back Baby* (Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady & Barry Mitterhoff)
Death Don't Have No Mercy* (Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady & Barry Mitterhoff)
Streamline Woman
Brand New Angel
That's What Love Will Make You Do (Luther Dickinson)
32/20 Blues (Luther Dickinson)

Encore
Sweetleaf
War Pigs

Encore 2
Soulshine (Message In A Bottle Tease)

*1st Time Played

While I wasn't there, I can only imagine.




HOLY FARGIN SHCNITT!!!!!

i agree, best damn set EVER


hell i'm stuck to my seat!


ok i need this show.

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 01:04 PM
Holy Smokes !!!!! It's not so much the setlist that kills me about this show. It is the guest list that blows me away. Bob Weir, John Paul Jones, Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Cassady all on the same night. Then throw in Luther Dickinson and Michael Franti. Wooooooooooooooooooooooooooow !!!!!!!!! Another once in a lifetime show from Mr. Warren Haynes and Gov't Mule. Whenever you think you have seen everything Warren just ups the ante. All I can say is I am envious of everyone that witnessed this show in person. I wish that I was there. A definate Muletracks purchase for me.

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 01:18 PM
I CANNOT BELIVE that Mule FINALLY did some HOT EFFEN TUNA.

Come back baby........nice.

 

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That is a very nice setlist

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 01:19 PM
I think Linnie just peed herself

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 02:57 PM
Photos from www.mule.net




























 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 03:07 PM
When I posted that setlist, I was in the caddy yard and just had gotten called out, so I didn't have time to check out the pictures. And again, after seeing that setlist, I nearly crapped my pants. All I can say is five words:

HOT F*CKING MULE YEARS EVE!!!!!!!

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 03:13 PM
Tales of a Bonnaroo virgin: Day three
By ERIN EDGEMON-June 17, 2007-11 AM

http://www.murfreesboropost.com/news.php?viewStory=4876


Bonnaroo is sick!

An overly enthused Gov't Mule fan shouted the phrase during the jam
band's long set Saturday night.

And I think it is the perfect way to sum up the music and arts festival.

Day three of the sixth annual event was incredible. I don't know if
day three is just the day you become adapted to the heat and being
outdoors all day and your mind finally bends to a different plane, or
if it was just that I started the day after five hours or so of sleep
in my Murfreesboro apartment.

It is probably the latter.

Jen and I arrived back at Bonnaroo just in time to catch the set by
Regina Spektor, the Russian born indie pop singer, with a sweet almost
angelic voice.

She was so sweet to the crowd and concerned about our safety.

Specktor enjoyed a healthy afternoon crowd who cheered and offered
their support when the singer forgot the words to her songs a couple
times.

Damien Rice followed later with another mellow set.

Jen and I sought refuge of sorts on a deck of bleachers during the
show, but I think it made things worse for us. We already knew we were
on the verge of some serious sunburns, and I think the metal bleachers
created a glare that made it worse.

Another cool thing about Bonnaroo is that the festival is one of the
only places where you can spray people with water and have them thank
you for it.

I have seen that and many other courteous acts happen over and over at
the festival.

Everyone is really looking out for each other in the scorching heat
where many are drinking alcohol and doing other things.

Day three got better and better as the day went on. I got my groove on
watching Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals and got my dance on at
Franz Ferdinand.

Saturday's headliner, The Police, were, hmmm, awesome seems to be the
only word that comes to mind. Nearly everyone at the festival wedged
themselves in the main stage (What Stage) area to hear the classic
rock trio perform their hit shows.

The mostly 20-something crowd knew the words to most of the songs and
engaged with Sting's electrifying presence.

Flaming Lips followed. Anticipation for this show was high as the
Flaming Lips are widely known for their spectacular live shows.

Everyone couldn't believe it when front man Wayne Coyne briefly when
into the crowd inside his large bubble. Many seemed to know that Coyne
did the trick at other shows but didn't think they would get to see it
themselves.

We caught only 30 minutes of that show and moved on to Gov't Mule. I
was in some sort of zen state. I was feeling the music by the band
fronted by the now official King of Bonnaroo Warren Haynes.


~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Just unbelieveable. I hope Warren guests again with Ratdog.

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 03:21 PM
http://attblueroom.com/inc_event_mediaplayer/index.php

RatDog on web cast right now

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 06:02 PM
quote:
After seeing the Mule setlist (and experiencing the show live) on Saturday, June 2nd at Mountain Jam, I didn't think it would ever be topped. All I can say is WOW:

Set 1
Play With Fire (Michael Franti)
Thorazine Shuffle
Banks Of The Deep End
A Million Miles From Yesterday
Sugaree (Bob Weir)
Loser (Bob Weir)
Johnny Bratton Jam (Lewis Black)
Unring The Bell-> (Shakedown Street Teas
Drums->
Moby Dick Reprise (John Paul Jones on Bass)
Livin' Lovin' Maid (John Paul Jones on Bass)
Since I've Been Lovin You (John Paul Jones on Keys)
No Quarter (John Paul Jones on Keys)

Set 2
Come Back Baby* (Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady & Barry Mitterhoff)
Death Don't Have No Mercy* (Jorma Kaukonen, Jack Casady & Barry Mitterhoff)
Streamline Woman
Brand New Angel
That's What Love Will Make You Do (Luther Dickinson)
32/20 Blues (Luther Dickinson)

Encore
Sweetleaf
War Pigs

Encore 2
Soulshine (Message In A Bottle Tease)

*1st Time Played

While I wasn't there, I can only imagine.


It is, without question, one of the greatest guest lists of all time.

Doug

 

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  posted on 6/17/2007 at 06:05 PM
Jorma rocks! Who's going to see Hot Tuna at Westbury in July?

Doug

 

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