Aquarium Rescue Unit – 12/21/2000 – Asheville, NC

Aquarium Rescue Unit
Warren Haynes Xmas Jam
Thomas Wolfe Auditorium,
Asheville NC

01 Intro by Warren Haynes
02 Elevator To The Moon
02 Fixin’ To Die
03 Trondossa
04 Time Is Free*
05 Jack The Rabbit*

First ARU show in 4 years
*w/ John Popper

source: akg483>oadem248>oade wmod SBM1>DA-P1 16/44.1
LOC 3ft FOB @ 10 ft PAS
ts by c. cage

A Home Team Dirty South Recording

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Frogwings – 02/07/1999 – Providence, RI

February 7th, 1999
Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
Providence, RI

01. Kickin’ J.S. Bach [14:15.37]
02. Corn Mash Blues [09:00.31]
03. Feel For You [08:10.29]
04. Just One [08:43.06]
05. Hurdy Gurdy Fandango [05:36.15]
06. Cut Mullet (Eddie’s Got A Boyfriend) [10:49.74]
07. Among Your Pillows [07:04.30]
08. Ganja [06:05.42]
09. Deviant Dreams [09:01.38]
10. Pattern [06:23.59]
11. Nomad [18:19.63]
12. E: Hot ‘Lanta [09:55.40]

Frogwings is:
John Popper – harmonica, vocals
Derek Trucks – slide guitar
Jimmy Herring – guitar
Oteil Burbridge – bass
Kofi Burbridge – keys, flute
Marc Quiñones – percussion
Butch Trucks – drums

Track 2 was on the setlist as “Shuffle”, a song that would evolve over the course of Frogwing’s run, with John customizing the lyrics to each show’s location. This version, however, was simply a slowed-down version of an old Blues Traveler song called “Corn Mash Blues”.

Odd level changes at 5:09 of d1t03 and 5:55/7:21 of d1t04, like an amp was failing on stage.

AKG C1000S>Sony SBM-1>Sony PCM-M1>Sony TCD-D8
by Dave Mallick; taping rig provided by David Landsberger

Outside of Gregg Allman, drummer Butch Trucks is the only member of Georgia’s venerable Allman Brothers Band who’s still in the lineup and has appeared on every album. But during one of the Allman’s lulls in activity during the mid-’90s, Trucks decided to put together a side project that would allow him to play with his nephew (and future Allman Brothers guitarist), Derek Trucks. The elder Trucks called the group Frogwings, additionally recruiting Aquarium Rescue Unit members Oteil Burbridge (bass, vocals), Jimmy Herring (guitar), and Count Mbutu (percussion), Allman Brothers percussionist Marc Quinones, plus keyboardist John Herbert and vocalist/guitarist Edwin McCain. The band performed club shows through 1997, and by the next year, Mbutu had left and Herbert had been replaced by yet another Aquarium Rescue Unit member, keyboardist/flutist Kofi Burbridge. Frogwings was becoming a hit in festivals and among the jam band circuit, yet still hadn’t released a CD. But when McCain departed to focus on his solo career and Trucks recruited Blues Traveler frontman John Popper, the drummer knew he had the Frogwings lineup to record for his fledgling Flying Frog Records label.

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Hampton 70 – 05/01/2017 – Atlanta, GA

Col. Bruce Hampton 1947 – 2017

Photo by Josh Timmermans

Hampton 70
A Celebration Of Col. Bruce Hampton’s Life
The Fabulous Fox Theatre
Atlanta, Georgia


01 Announcement On Fox Theatre Institute By Hattie
Tyler Neal/Darren Stanley/Dante Harmon/Duane Trucks/Kevin Scott/Carter Herring

02 Jam/Introduction By Jon Waterhouse >

03 There Was A Time
Oliver Wood/Darick Campbell/Kevin Scott/Duane Trucks/Matt Slocum

04 Postcards From Hell
Oliver Wood/Darick Campbell/Kevin Scott/Duane Trucks/Matt Slocum/Susan Tedeschi/Tyler Neal

05 Sing About It
Oliver Wood/Darick Campbell/Kevin Scott/Duane Trucks/Matt Slocum/Susan Tedeschi/Tyler Neal/
Danny Wytanus/Joey Sommerville

06 Feelin’ Good

07 Jon Waterhouse Introductions
Tinsley Ellis/Yonrico Scott/Denny Walley/Jake Peavy/Brandon “Taz” Niederauer/Duane Trucks

08 Oh Pretty Woman

09 Shake Your Hips

10 Jon Waterhouse Introductions
Vince Herman/Drew Emmitt/Jeff Mosier/Jeff Sipe/John Popper/Duane Trucks/Kevin Scott

11 She Caught The Katy

12 Workin’ On A Building

13 Black Bottom

14 Jon Waterhouse Introductions
Dave Schools/Todd Snider/Peter Buck/Duane Trucks

15 Play A Train Song
Dave Schools/Peter Buck/Duane Trucks/T Hardy Morris

16 Stupid Preoccupations
Dave Schools/Todd Snider/Peter Buck/Duane Trucks/T Hardy Morris/Tinsley Ellis

17 Jon Waterhouse Introductions
Dave Schools/Chuck Leavell/Jon Fishman/Jeff Sipe/Peter Buck/Karl Denson

18 When You Come Back Next Time You Gotta Stay

19 Jon Waterhouse Introductions
Kevn Kinney/Karl Denson/Jon Fishman/Chuck Levell

20 Rip This Joint

21 Jon Waterhouse Introductions
Kevn Kinney/Karl Denson/Jon Fishman/Chuck Levell/Warren Haynes

22 Compared To What

23 Good Mornin’ Little Schoolgirl

24 Trouble Everyday

25 Jessica
John Bell/Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Duane Trucks/Derek Trucks/Jeff Sipe/Matt Slocum

26 Time Is Free

27 Trondossa
John Bell/Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Duane Trucks/Derek Trucks/Jeff Sipe/Matt Slocum/
Susan Tedeschi

28 Smokestack Lightnin’>
John Bell/Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Duane Trucks/Derek Trucks/Matt Slocum/
Susan Tedeschi/Danny Wytanus/Joey Sommerville

29 Don’t Cry No More
John Bell/Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Derek Trucks/Matt Slocum/Bruce Hampton/
Johnny Knapp/Kevin Scott/Susan Tedeschi/Danny Wytanus/Joey Sommerville

30 *Basically Frightened >
John Bell/Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Derek Trucks/Matt Slocum/Bruce Hampton/
Johnny Knapp/Kevin Scott/Susan Tedeschi/Emil Werstler/Jeff Mosier

31 Fixin’ To Die >
Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Derek Trucks/Matt Slocum/Bruce Hampton/Johnny Knapp/Kevin Scott/
Susan Tedeschi/Emil Werstler/Jeff Mosier/Danny Wytanus/Joey Sommerville/Karl Denson

32 Space Is The Place >
Dave Schools/Jimmy Herring/Duane Trucks/Derek Trucks/Matt Slocum/Bruce Hampton/Johnny Knapp/Kevin Scott/Susan Tedeschi/Emil Werstler/Jeff Mosier/Danny Wytanus/Joey Sommerville/Yonrico Scott/John Fishman

33 I’m So Glad

All The Musicians

34 Zambi >

35 Turn On Your Lovelight

36 Outro

* With Happy Birthday Bruce Hampton

Show Notes: Here is my stab at both the setlist and the musicians who participated. I may have some misspelled names. I may not have included every musician who may have played on certain songs, but hopefully, someone took some complete notes. I did try and keep track the best I could, but my mind may have been in other places, especially at the end of the show.

It is with great sorrow and a heavy heart, that I dedicate this recording and upload in memorium to a great friend of mine, Col. Bruce Hampton. After seeing him perform for almost 30 years, I will miss him immensely. He has meant SO MUCH to both myself and the Atlanta Music Community, and the entire National Music Community for that matter! He was one of a kind! You certainly went out in the right place among your family, fellow musicians, friends, and adoring fans.

RIP my dear friend Bruce. I Love You and will always cherish our friendship!

Source: Schoeps CCM4V’s> Lunatec V2> Benchmark AD2K> Sound Devices 722 (24/44)
FOB/DFC/KFC/ZFC/AARP Orchestra Center Section, Row K, Between Seats 107 And 108, 6′ High
Recorded By: Z-Man

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Frogwings – 02/14/1999 – Northampton, MA

February 14th, 1999
Pearl Street
Northampton, MA

CD 1 [64:42.72]
01. Kickin’ Bach [15:03.10]
02. Shuffle [11:31.25]
03. Hurdy Gurdy Fandango [05:48.20]
04. Feel For You [08:28.66]
05. Pattern [07:24.51]
06. Cut Mullet [16:26.50]

CD 2 [73:35.07]
01. Among Your Pillows [06:48.58]
02. Just Once [10:43.40]
03. Ganja> [08:44.50]
04. Deviant Dreams [11:17.24]
05. Nomad [23:16.60]
07. E: Hot’Lanta [12:44.00]

Frogwings is: John Popper – harmonica, vocals
Derek Trucks – slide guitar
Jimmy Herring – guitar
Oteil Burbridge – bass
Kofi Burbridge – keys, flute
Marc Qui–ones – percussion
Butch Trucks – drums

Master creation: 
AKG C460b’s [X-Y]>Gamble pre>house deck>D7
by Kyle Holbrook 

SHNs were made: 
DA-20>U2A>SoundEdit 16>WAV>shntool>SHNv3 [no DAE] 
by Dave Mallick


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Merl Saunders and Friends – 05/10/1990 – New York, NY

Merl Saunders and Friends
Wetlands Preserve
New York, NY


Set 1
1. My Problems Got Problems
2. Boogie On Reggae Woman
3. banter – Merl thanks us, promotes Blues From The Rainforest project
4. Blues From The Rainforest
5. High Heeled Sneakers
6. The Jealous Kind
7. banter – dedication to Bill Graham
8. After Midnight
9. banter – setbreak announce

Set 2
1. band intros / tuning
2. Expressway To Your Heart
3. You Can Leave Your Hat On
4. Do I Move You?
5. banter – meeting Willie Dixon
6. Built For Comfort
7. banter – inviting up Warren Haynes
8. Sugaree *
9. band intros
10. Hey Mona *+
(the encore was John Popper’s solo rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner” on harmonica, but is not on the recording).

The Band:
Merl Saunders – organ, vocals
Steve Kimock – guitar
John Popper – harmonica
Harvey Brooks – bass
Christopher Parker – drums
Sammy Figureoa – percussion
Ray Chew – other keyboards

* = w/Warren Haynes on guitar
+ = no lyrics

Merl dubbed this lineup his “New York Rainforest Band”

There are random bursts of minor feedback at various points in the first set — luckily they aren’t too bad so I didn’t worry too much about filtering them out. Merl’s vocals are pretty low in the mix for the first vocal tune (S1T2) until they get turned up afterwards (I was there and I distinctly remember his vocals being far too low for way too long! You can hear him say “Can you hear me?” as he addresses the crowd in S1T3, and we all yelled back “NO!”). There is some slight distortion on the bass guitar in S2T2. I also did a good bit of work getting the volume levels right for the beginning of the show, as they were overloading for the first few seconds of the song during some percussion hits (and I used SoundForge 10’s “clip peak restoration” tool to remedy about 8 brief overloaded peaks in the very beginning of the 1st song) then suddenly dropped a lot, and then dropped again later in the song. This should all be nicely smoothed out at this point.

Taper Notes:
Talk about history….this show that I’m putting out as BARN128 is deep for me. To start with — it was my first time seeing both Merl Saunders and Steve Kimock. But more importantly — this was my first time ever going to Wetlands. I’d been hearing about Wetlands for quite a while before this….At the time I was still a student (a sophomore at Rutgers University), living in New Brunswick, NJ. I had gotten in the habit of reading The Village Voice each which, which they gave away for free at our Student Center (yes, this was back when The Voice actually cost $1 I think), and included a section with listings for all of the NYC clubs — Wetlands, Knitting Factory, Tramps, Irving Plaza, etc. Each week I scanned the Wetlands ad with anticipation. And on this week they listed “Merl Saunders and his friends”. Well, ask any Deadhead who Merl’s best friend was — and of course the answer would be “Jerry Garcia!” So, sitting around with Al, who at the time was one a housemates’ boyfriend (yes, I lived in an off-campus house with 10 people), our 20 year old brains were like “We need to be at this!” on the chance we might get to see Jerry sit-in at a tiny place. (Of course the nearly 42 year-old me knows better than to think Jerry would have dropped-in anywhere!) So he picked us up tickets for us and we trained into NYC.

Anyone who has actually been to Wetlands knows that it was not easy to find — it was in a strange neighborhood near the Holland Tunnel that at the time was mostly a warehouse-y district (though now it’s part of the super swanky neighborhood known as “Tribeca” [standing for the “Triangle Below Canal”]….and of course we wandered around trying to find it before finally getting there. Of course EVERYTHING at Wetlands ran super late, so we had no issue making the show. This was, by the way, in the era before they turned the kitchen to the left of the stage (where they sold burritos and Ben & Jerry’s Peace Pops) into the backstage area, so the band had nowhere to go between sets, except downstairs into the lounge to mingle among the fans.

Though Jerry was apparently not in the house on this night, Merl’s “Friends” were still pretty special. I was in a tiny room with Merl playing and GETTING DOWN onstage (like he always did!), John Popper playing for the entire show, Warren Haynes (who I did know from seeing the Allman Brothers the previous summer) during the 2nd set (I was in awe of being in the same small room with him at the time!), and a bunch of other great musicians, including Steve Kimock, who I didn’t really get to know more about until a number of years in the future.

This show featured, musically, a number of classics I was familiar with from some of the Jerry & Merl (and “Legion Of Mary”) live recordings I had — including “Expressway To Your Heart”, “Boogie On Reggae Woman”, “High Heeled Sneakers”, “My Problems Got Problems”, and “You Can Leave Your Hat On”; other covers I was well familiar with “After Midnight”, “Sugaree”, “Hey Mona”; and funky/bluesy covers that I wasn’t previously familiar with — “Built For Comfort”, “Do I Move You?”, “The Jealous Kind”. But the centerpiece of the show is surely Merl’s recent composition “Blues From The Rainforest” from his just-released album (that this show was sort of a party for) — it’s a musical tour-de-force that takes the listener on a journey. Apparently this album went on to be a huge hit for Merl, topping the “New Age” music charts. I’m not quite sure what New Age music is (or was?) or if there’s even such a chart anymore…

Back to this recording, I actually did tape this show on cassette back in the day, but my original cassettes were somehow misplaced. Luckily a few years later this show magically turned up on a tape list from SOMEONE (I can’t recall who) who I was arranging a DAT tape trade with, and voila — hole in my collection filled….and with a nice soundboard recording. While generally I prefer a quality audience recording, the mix in the venue on this night was poor at best, and I was never happy with my original recording — so this version holds up better. The only drawback is that John Popper came out and played a solo encore of “The Star Spangled Banner” on harmonica, and it’s not on the recording at all. :(

Anyway this was a historic night for me, and the music holds up very well 22 years later. I saw Merl Saunders probably 15 more times until he took ill and then passed on a few years back, so I’ll have a lot more Merl in the BARN series for you all eventually!



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Frogwings – 02/09/1999 – New York, NY

Wetlands Preserve
New York, NY

Frogwings Lineup:
John Popper-Harmonica & Vocals
Derek Trucks-Guitar
Jimmy Herring-Guitar
Bass & Vocals-Oteil Burbridge
Keyboards & Flute-Kofi Burbridge
Drums-Butch Trucks
Percussion-Marc Quinones

Disc 1

1. Kickin J.S. Bach
2. Wetlands Shuffle
3. Hurdy Gurdy Fandango
4. Feel For You
5. Pattern
6. Tuning
7. Cut Mullet

Disc 2

1. Among Your Pillows
2. Just One
3. Ganja>
4. Deviant Dreams
5. Nomad
6.E: Hot ‘Lanta*

*w/Warren Haynes on guitar

Recorded by David Nolan
Transferred & Seeded by Yossi Pollak


Frogwings began as an Allman Brothers/Aquarium Rescue Unit side project in 1997, with Edwin McCain as the lead singer. The band ran off five gigs in seven days in late May 1997, and the jazz/rock/calypso/metal fusion began. Founding members Butch Trucks [drums] and Jimmy Herring [guitar] were joined by the Burbridge brothers, Kofi [flute] and Oteil [bass], as well as Butch’s nephew Derek [guitar/, and band and percussion-mate Marc Quinones. The successful May run was followed by a two-week trip up and down the East coast in December, and this run cemented Frogwings as a permanent part of the Allman Brothers Band sideshow.

After a single Florida appearance in 1998, Edwin McCain was forced to leave the band due to issues with his record label [McCain was becoming a national star in his own right due to several hit singles off his latest album, Misguided Roses and the label no doubt wanted him to concentrate on his own band] and Blues Traveler’s John Popper was recruited as the new voice of Frogwings. Butch Trucks recalls the initial meeting between Popper and the rest of the band in a 1999 interview with

Oh wow, I had no idea what would happen. We wrote a lot of stuff with Edwin and now John’s come in with his harp and his writing and his singing. It’s a lot harder edge now, a lot more rock ‘n’ roll oriented. It’s fun. I’m enjoying the hell out of it. We’re just going at it. We’re writing songs and playing and just having a ball doing it. […] We worked up 14 songs in five days last week. John Popper and Oteil were writing a song a day. It was amazing. They run the gamut from a calypso song to The Thrill Is Gone kind of a blues feel to a really uptempo Latin groove to one that is almost industrial thrash rock. On the surface, that’s what you’re hearing, but when you listen to what the bass and the guitars are doing, it’s fucking incredible. Really cool. It’s like industrial rock meets James Brown.

After rehearsing together for only two weeks in late January of 1999, the newest version of Frogwings hit the road with an inaugural gig at Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel in Providence, RI, supported by Derek Trucks’ band, whose leader pulled double duty all tour long. Two nights later, the band began a three-night stand at New York’s Wetlands Preserve, and rocked the house for over two hours each night, including a guest appearance by ex-Allman Warren Haynes on night two’s encore of Hot ‘Lanta. The entire tour was recorded for a live album, eventually entitled “Croakin’ At Toad’s”, released in late 2000. After the album was released, Dean Budnick interviewed Derek Trucks, again for, in which the younger Trucks reflected on the band’s genesis, tour and future.

Earlier in 2000, Butch Trucks and company began a record label, Flying Frog Records, taking on jam-band types such as Schleigho and the Slip. No further plans have been announced for Frogwings as of now but whenever band members are free, there is always the possibility of another brief tour…

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The Ritz Power Jam – 2/05/1993 – New York, NY

The Ritz Power Jam
The Ritz, in NYC

Disc 1

Set I
1. Back at the Chicken Shack (Jimmy Smith cover) ==>
2. Born Under a Bad Sign (Albert King cover) vocals: Warren Haynes
3. Let it Rock (Chuck Berry cover) vocals: Warren Haynes
4. Improv Blues in G, vocals: John Popper
5. She Caught the Katy (Taj Mahal cover) vocals: John Popper
6. Down the Road (Elvis Presley cover) vocals: Noel Redding
7. Mess of the Blues (Elvis Presley cover) vocals: Noel Redding
8. Little Wing (Jimi Hendrix cover) vocals: Warren Haynes
9. Day Tripper (Beatles cover) vocals: Noel Redding (verse 1) Warren Haynes (verse 2) & John Popper (verse 3)

Disc 2
1. Escaping (John Popper original) vocals: John Popper
2. Hey Joe (Billy Roberts cover) vocals: Warren Haynes
Set II
3. Hip Hug-Her (Booker T & the MG’s cover)
4. Rock Me Baby (B.B. King cover) vocals: John Popper
5. In the Night(???) vocals: Noel Redding
6. Red House (Jimi Hendrix cover) w/ Dave Tronzo (slide guitar) vocals: Warren Haynes
7. Yonder Wall (Junior Wells cover) vocals: Warren Haynes
8. She Belongs to Me (Bob Dylan cover) vocals: Noel Redding
9. Not Fade Away (Buddy Holly cover) vocals: Noel Redding

Disc 3
1. That’s Heaven to Me (Eddie Cochran cover) vocals: Noel Redding
2. Just Before the Bullets Fly (Warren Haynes original) vocals: Warren Haynes
3. Been Lovin’ You too Long (Otis Redding cover) vocals: Warren Haynes
4. Spanish Moon (Little Feat cover) w/ Trey Anastasio (from Phish) on lead guitar. vocals: Warren Haynes and Trey Anastasio (cut)
5. All Along the Watchtower (Bob Dylan cover) w/ the Dave Matthews Band and Trey Anastasio. Vocals: Dave Matthews and John Popper

6. Gloria (Van Morrison cover, also includes a tease from ‘Thank you for Letting Me Be Myself by Sly and the Family Stone) w/ Trey Anastasio, and Mike Gordon (from Phish) on bass. vocals: John Popper

Warren Haynes (The Allman Brothers Band): electric guitar
John Popper (Blues Traveler): harmonica
Noel Redding (The Jimi Hendrix Experience): bass, acoustic guitar
Leland Schliefer(??): bass
Chuck Leavell(Allmans/Aquarium Rescue Unit): piano
Bernie Worrell (Parliament Funkadelic): clavinet, organ
Jaimoe (Allmans): drums
Jerome Brailey (Parliament Funkadelic): drums
Marc Quinones (Allmans): percussion

Seeded to Etree by Brian Walker

Source: No source info…suspected lineage DSBD?>DAT?>CD-R?, A+

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Gov’t Mule – 02/06/2009 – Austin, TX


Gov’t Mule
Austin, TX

One Set
Disc 1

01 Austin Power Jam->
02 Thorazine Shuffle
03 Feel Like Breaking Up Somebody’s Home
04 The Shape I’m In
05 Mule ^
06 Banks Of The Deep End

Disc 2

01 Brighter Days >
02 Like Flies >
03 Drums
04 32/20 Blues *
05 Fallen Down >
06 The Other One Jam
07 Blind Man In The Dark
08 -encore-
09 -banter-
10 I’m A Ram ** #

* with John Popper on harmonica and David Grissom on guitar
** with Gordie Johnson on guitar
^ Jungle Boogie/Get Away Jam > Who Do You Love Jam
# 54-46 Was My Number tease

Taped and transferred by Lee Hart
Source: AKG 481 > Oade ACM Mod Marantz PMD-671

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Gov’t Mule – 12/31/2006 – New York, NY


Gov’t Mule
Beacon Theater
New York, NY
“Dub Side of the Mule”

Disc 1:
1.Thorazine Shuffle
2.Larger Than Life
3.She Said She Said>
4.Tomorrow Never Knows
5.Whiter Shade of Pale (1st time played)
6.Dolphineus>Painted Silver Light
8.So Weak, So Strong
(begin 2nd set)
9.Play With Fire 1
10.Unring The Bell 1

Disc 2:
1.I’m A Ram 1
2.Toots Intro
(with Toots Hibbert)
4.Hard To Handle
5.True Love Is Hard To Find
6.Pressure Drop
7.Let Down
8.Dreams To Remember
9.Reggae Got Soul
10.Roots, Rock, Reggae>Happy Mule Year!>Auld Lang Syne
11.Turn On Your Lovelight w/Sean Pelton on Drums
12.Reggae Soulshine w/o Toots
(Set 3: Gregg Allman & Friends)
13.Warren Intros Gregg
14.Sweet Feeling

Disc 3:
1.Just Like A Woman
2.Feel So Bad 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
3.Dreams 2, 5, 6, 7, 9
4.A Million Miles From Yesterday 1, 3, 4
5.Endless Parade> 1, 3, 4
6.It’s A Man’s World 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
7.Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man 1
8.Encore Break
9.E:It Hurts Me Too 1, 5, 6, 7, 8
10.Goin’ Out West 1, 5, 6, 7, 8

“Dub Side Of The Mule” guest artists
Gordie Johnson: Guitar & Vocals
Machan: Vocals
Elaine Caswell: Vocals
Buford O’Sullivan: Trombone
Pam Fleming: Trumpet
Jenny Hill: Saxophone
Sean Pelton: Percussion

Artist Key
1: Gordie Johnson, guitar
2: Gregg Allman, organ, vocals
3: Machan, vocals
4: Elaine Caswell, vocals
5: Buford O’Sullivan, trombone
6: Pam Fleming, trumpet
7: Jenny Hill, saxophone
8: John Popper, harmonica
9: Jay Collins, saxophone

Gregg Allman & Friends:
Gregg Allman: Keys & Vocals
Val McCallum: Guitar
Jeremy Jemmott: Bass
Steve Potts: Drums
Jay Collins: Saxophone
Neil Larsen: Keys

Source:Neumann KM184
Recorded and Seeded by Yossi Pollak

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Gov’t Schools – 12/21/2000 – Asheville, NC


Warren Haynes, Matt Abts & Dave Schools (Gov’t Schools)
11th Annual Christmas Jam
Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
Asheville, NC
December 21, 2000

01. Intro
02. Goin’ Out West
03. Lay Your Burden Down
04. Fallen Down
05. World Gone Wild
06. She Caught The Katy *
07. The Mountains Win Again *
08. Tastes Like Wine **
09. Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys
10. Straight To Hell ***

This show had a lot to do with the rebirth of Gov’t Mule after the death of Allen Woody. The “New School of Gov’t Mule” started in March of 2001.

with Dr. Dan on keyboards for all songs but “Goin’ Out West”
* with John Popper
** with Jimmy Herring
*** with Kevn Kinney, Audley Freed, Edwin McCain & Robert Kearns

Source: Neumann SKM-184 > HHb PDR-1000
Recording & transfer by Robbie Dunn

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Aquarium Rescue Unit – 07/16/1993 – Knoxville, TN


Aquarium Rescue Unit
HORDE Festival
World’s Fair Site
Knoxville, TN

Plain or Peanut, Two Truckloads, Time Flack, New River Train, No Egos Underwater,
Basically Frightened, Yield Not To Temptation, Time Is Free*, Lost My Mule*

* with John Popper

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