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Relaxing at Home

Now that my two main workout are over with for the day (I still have an easy ride to do later on this evening with the Coach but it’s nothing to write home about), I’m taking it easy this afternoon with my book ‘ 258 more words

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Warren Haynes Announces Americana Album ‘Ashes and Dust’

By Marissa G. Muller

Warren Haynes‘ list of collaborators runs deep, from the Allman Brothers Band to the Dead, Gov’t Mule and David Allan Coe, and it’s about to get even longer. 142 more words

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Stoned Side Of The Mule - Gov't - (Reviewed by Ian O'Regan)

So you know how it is. You’ve found yourself accidentally watching Masterchef one evening, and you start to get into the spirit of the thing, egging on one contestant or another, sniggering at the guy who puts fruit with fish, and applauding inwardly when the chocolate fondant actually turns out to be gooey in the middle. 626 more words

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Robben Ford - Into The Sun (Released Via Mascot Label Group On March 31st) reviewed by Ian O’Regan

Into The Sun is the follow-up to last year’s A Day in Nashville and 2013’s Bringing It Back Home. On it, you’ll hear guest appearances by Gov’t Mule front man Warren Haynes (“High Heels and Throwing Things”), slide guitar guru Sonny Landreth (“So Long 4 U”), Keb’ Mo’ and Robert Randolph (“Justified”), ZZ Ward (“Breath of Me”) and Southern rocker Tyler Bryant (“Stone Cold Heaven”). 404 more words

Blues

International Jazz Day - Sco-Mule

April 30 is called International Jazz Day

Although jazz purists may not label this as jazz, I’d like to highlight one of the most fascinating releases I bought the last time: a pairing of John Scofield with the rockers of Gov’t Mule. 236 more words

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RSD Record Review: Stoned Side of the Mule - Vol.2 - Gov't Mule

I was at Exile On Main Street Records in Branford, CT this past weekend for Record Store Day and what more appropriately named store to pick up Gov’t Mule’s second vinyl release of six Rolling Stone classic tracks recorded live at The Tower Theater in Upper Darby, PA on Halloween 2009. 198 more words

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