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interesting mini review there, thank you Eva.

- love the fact that you never know what you are going to get with a Mule show and even when it is a song that you have never heard before such as happened at their recent London show when they played songs from their forthcoming album they are still really enjoyable, - Warren is such a good writer. - "Funny Little Tragedy" http://youtu.be/l8gJFcjqbaM - sorry sound quality is not so good but I was right in front of Jurgen's speakers. And, yes, that is David and Pets's head! smile

Over the years I have seen so many bands that will play stuff that you have not heard before and they struggle as the audience  interest wanes.

My YouTube channel with plenty of my Joe's videos dating from 2009 inc his first Hammersmith Odeon ones:
http://www.youtube.com/ian916fun

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Thanks for the video. The new songs all sound very, very promising ... we got "Captured" (already a hit), "World boss" and "Funny little tragedy" during our shows. September 24th! smile

And as far as "Working class hero" - that was a constant request from someone in the audience who also went to all the shows! I think he never played it here in Europe. I don't think they ended up playing that one, but they did do "War pigs" after it's been requested (by banner) for many shows. So putting a request in is always worth trying, haha!

Hopefully it works out for November - for me the next Warren experience coming up is the ABB at Jones Beach and it Hartford thanks to the "New York connection". wink

Eva

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there was although scared to live in winterbach.....................................................aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah what a band.
always a new experience to see them and you never know what he puts out of his case. hoping for november.
Thomas

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Sweet Leaf & War Pigs last Friday in Torgau: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BuUOt-InSIQ

As Thomas says: WHAT A BAND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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lots of nice package deals for the pre-order for Shout
http://mule.shop.musictoday.com/Dept.aspx?cp=268_62030

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We're seeing them at Grand Point North in Vermont next month.

Alan

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hear When the World Gets Small here
http://www.grammy.com/news/grammycom-ex … -govt-mule

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Phil was in New York on business and while he was there he went to see the Gov't Mule show on 9/17. He took my camera with him and filmed the whole show. I'm slowly putting them up on my channel.
Here is a cool one, "I Think You Know What I Mean" into "When the Levee Breaks" back into "I Think You Know What I Mean" http://youtu.be/WwuTQnW-TDg

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nmagcorn wrote:

Phil was in New York on business and while he was there he went to see the Gov't Mule show on 9/17. He took my camera with him and filmed the whole show. I'm slowly putting them up on my channel.
Here is a cool one, "I Think You Know What I Mean" into "When the Levee Breaks" back into "I Think You Know What I Mean" http://youtu.be/WwuTQnW-TDg

Thanks for that one, it's always one of my favorites!
Ben was at the show and will be psyched to hear that Phil filmed the whole thing! smile

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Here is the playlist for the whole show from 9/17/13. So glad Gov't Mule has a site with the setlist. They also tell you which songs are the first time being played and who the special guests are. Never would have known this information otherwise.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL … GgbskJHH1h

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NYE Run? I'm doing Philly and NY

Alan

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Really digging Shout!
I also like disc two. I keep going back and forth between the two.
Many of the songs growing on me more too.
World Boss is comin!

good package deals via the band's web store

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Yay! Got tickets for my first Mule show, Oct 24th at the Neptune in Seattle.

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I don't know what that venue is like but if you can I recommend trying to get up front. Seeing the band up front once was one of my fav memories. It is not always practical to try but if I get another chance I will. . looking forward to hearing about it

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not sure if it might have been in the thread I deleted about the link to listen, but I was trying to find which song you commented about davewambarro. was it Captured?

I am flipping out over that song, soooo good! reminds me a little of I'll Be the One

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bit late to post this up, but as I have a great morning working at my desk with Shout! playing along in the background I just needed to say...... It is a work of genius. A brilliant album. Nothing more really other than just to recommend you buy it if you have not done so before.
ps, this is not spam, just music appreciation. smile

My YouTube channel with plenty of my Joe's videos dating from 2009 inc his first Hammersmith Odeon ones:
http://www.youtube.com/ian916fun

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I have not stopped listening to Shout since I got it. both discs!
♥♥♥

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I still need to get it! (Shout) And Jane, I took your advice and weaseled my way as close to Warren as I could get. It was hard because he was crammed over on the left side. The Neptune is a really old theater, very tiny. I think the capacity is just under 900 and it does have a balcony too.

What a player. And they really deliver! Two sets! Fun to watch the crowd too at these shows. For a couple songs there was a guy behind me, had to be almost 7 feet tall, all arms and legs dressed in head to toe in tie dye jumping up and down, waving his arms. He was seriously aerobicizing. Jazzercize? Mule-y-cize!

Anyway, great show. I'll now try and see them every time they come to Seattle.

Edit to add: Cool to see a real Leslie! Looks like it weighs a freakin' ton!