Gov't Mule's sound is a throwback to the '70s heyday of Southern rock, and their style is peppered with references to the best of the Allmans, with a liberal dose of early ZZ Top thrown in for good measure. Their second album shows no signs of a sophomore slump, featuring playing and songwriting every bit as strong as their debut outing. Warren Haynes' guitar work, if anything, is even more adventurous this time around, particularly effective on the opener "Blind Man in the Dark," "Thelonius Beck," and "Birth of the Mule."
Performance CreditsGov't Mule Primary Artist
Warren Haynes Acoustic Guitar,Drums,Bass Drums,Electric Guitar,Vocals,Slide Guitar
Matt Abts Drums,Djembe,Ashiko Drum
Michael Barbiero Tambourine
Allen Woody Dulcimer,Bass,Mandolin,Prima
Technical CreditsWarren Haynes Arranger
Matt Abts Arranger
Michael Barbiero Arranger,Producer,Engineer
Allen Woody Arranger
Jay A. Ryan Engineer
Christer Manning Illustrations
John Mollica Illustrations
Brodie Hutcheson Engineer
Brian Haynes Illustrations
Tim Haynes Illustrations
Christopher Manning Artwork
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Dose based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
this is THE mule disc to have...I don't think there is one bad song on this disc. It may seem to most people that they are more of a live band and put most of their effort in the show, but this is incredibly jammin' and any Jamband listener will love this. Not only do they include some of the great allman bros. sound into the music, but they have developed an even more soulful and electric sound impossible to duplicate. GREAT STUFF!!!