28

Dec

2008

Gov't Mule

Angel Orensanz Center, New York, NY

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12/28/08 Angel Orensanz Center, New York, NY

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Set One

Loves Open Door 384

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The Real Thing 394

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In My Life 294

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Dolphineus 90

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Painted Silver Light 354

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Beautifully Broken 401

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Patchwork Quilt 313

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Wild Horses 324

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One 362

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Long Distance Call 631

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So Weak, So Strong 318

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Kind Of Bird 756

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Set Two

John The Revelator 174

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When The Levee Breaks 80

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John The Revelator 107

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When The Levee Breaks 107

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A Change Is Gonna Come 444

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Fallen Down 407

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The Other One jam 215

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Drums 297

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All Apologies 356

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Endless Parade 609

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Hide Your Love Away 383

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Soulshine 695

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They're Not Tellin' 132

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Encore

Hallelujah Blvd 259

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Goin' Out West 399

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Show Notes

Just as the previous night, Warren opened the show with solo performances, this time Love's Open Door and The Real Thing were the chosen two. Matt then joined in the fun with Warren for In My Life. With Jorgen and Danny now on stage as well, the band launched into Dolphineus with surreptitiously segued into Painted Silver Light. To the cheers of many, Beatifully Broken followed, and was itself followed by Patchwork Quilt. Wild Horses and One made for a stunning duo of cover songs and Long Distance Call featured an ad lib verse sung by Warren that displayed the quick mind and talented voice that he possesses. The 12 string came out for So Weak, So Strong but the band flew away from the set with a dazzling Kind Of Bird.

There is little that need be said about the second set's opener. Just listen. John The Revelator intertwined with When The Levee Breaks. 'Nuff said. Cahenge id Gonna Come followed and Fallen Down->The Other One Jam followed that. Nirvana's All Apologies made it's debut on the Mule stage to the delight of all and Endless Parade led into a sing-a-long during Hide Your Love Away. The set ended in classic Mule form with Soulshine. The night's encore began with Warren by himself telling the history of Hallelujah Blvd, which he then played to many a moistened eye. To end the night, and the "acoustic" run, the whole band ripped out a rendition of Goin' Out West that toes tappin' on the New York sidewalks.