27

Dec

2008

Gov't Mule

Angel Orensanz Center, New York, NY

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12/27/08 Angel Orensanz Center, New York, NY

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Set One

Glory Road 307

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Affair On 8th Ave 305

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Broken Promised Land 407

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Get Behind The Mule 551

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Raven Black Night 416

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I'll Be the One 598

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Afro-Blue 653

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Bus Stop 553

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About A Girl 247

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Set Two

Hallelujah 434

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The Shape I'm In 634

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I Belive To My Soul 286

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Don't Let It Bring You Down 560

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It Hurts Me Too 332

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Drums 366

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Child Of The Earth 372

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Sugaree 718

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Thorazine Shuffle 878

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Encore

Forevermore 269

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Where Did You Sleep 445

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Show Notes

12.27.08 Angel Orensanz Temple Not seen in man moons, the full band acoustic came to pass again, this time in the oldest synagogue in New York, the Angel Orensanz Center, which was named after the famous Basque artist and sculptor who hd his studio there. The evening began with Warren by himself performing Glory Road and Affair On 8th Ave. Danny then came aboard and the two of them delivered a memorable Broken Promised Land. The full band then started in with Get Behind The Mule and a riveting Raven Black Night. I'll Be The One featured a tease of Blue Sky and Afro-Blue was a great lead-in to Bus Stop. The set ended with a first time showing of Nirvana's About A Girl that left the crowd speechless.

Warren and Danny started the second set with a glorious telling of Hallelujah. They were then joined by Matt and Jorgen for The Shape I'm In. The blues came to the temple in the form of I Belive To My Soul and It Hurts Me Too. Matt took the helm with Drums that led into Child Of The Earth and a stunning Sugaree. Thorazine Shuffle rounded out the set, but Warren responded to the cheers and returned to the stage to deliver a solo performance of Forevermore. Again, due to hearty applause, the full Mule came on stage and proffered a first timer, Where Did You Sleep to end the night.