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Gov’t Mule
Roseland Ballroom
New York NY
10/18/01

1st Set:

1. Bad Little Doggie
2. Blind Man In The Dark
3. Lay Your Burden Down
4. Left Coast Groovies >
5. Wandering Child
6. Life Before Insanity
7. Down And Out In New York City (1)
8. Thorazine Shuffle
9. Rocking Horse
10. Since I’ve Been Loving You >
11. Mule > What Is Hip? > Mule

2nd Set:

12. Banks Of The Deep End (2)+
13. Time To Confess (3)+
14. On Your Way Down (3)+
15. World Of Confusion (4)+
16. Washing Of The Water (4)
17. Same Price (4)+
18. Beautifully Broken (5)
19. Lively Up Yourself (6)
20. Cortez The Killer (6)
21. Slow Happy Boys (7)
22. Voodoo Chile (8)
23. Gonna Send You Back To Georgia (8)

Encore:

24. Masters Of War ^ //cut
25. cut// Rockin’ In The Free World (9)>

Setlist Notes
(1) Rob Barraco on wurlitzer and Tim Reis on tenor saxophone
(2) Mike Gordon on bass
(3) Mike Gordon on bass and Rob Barraco on organ
(4) Tony Levin on bass
(5) Stefan Lessard on bass, Rob Barraco on wurlitzer and backing vocals and Tim Reis on tenor saxophone
(6) Stefan Lessard on bass and Rob Barraco on organ
(7) Jack Casady on bass, Chuck on organ and Rob Barraco on piano
(8) Jack Casady
(9) Oteil on bass and Rob Barraco on organ and backing vocals;
+ first time played;
^ just Warren

Show Comments: with Oteil Burbridge and Chuck Leavell

Source: AKG 393>Aerco>SBM1>Sony D8>DAT
Transfer:DAT>Sony R300>Optical>MeritLine USB Adapter>PC>CD Wave>FLAC Frontend (Level 8)
Taper: Frankie D Patch: Freddie G
Transfer: Freddie G

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  One Response to “Gov’t Mule [10-18-2001] Roseland Ballroom, New York, NY”

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    […] Gov’t Mule played Roseland in New York City in 2001 and you were using a number of bass player…, including Tony Levin from Peter Gabriel’s band, Mike Gordon of Phish, Stefan Lessard from the Dave Matthews Band, Jack Casady of Jefferson Airplane and Oteil Burbridge from the Allmans. In 2002 Jason Newstead joined you; it was his first live appearance since quitting Metallica. Would you ever release those shows? […]

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