Gov't Mule Featuring John Scofield - Sco-Mule album FLAC
Sco-Mule is a live album by the American rock band Gov't Mule featuring jazz guitarist John Scofield, recorded at two 1999 shows in Atlanta, Georgia, with the band's original members Warren Haynes, Allen Woody, and Matt Abts. The Atlanta performances, which also featured keyboardist Dan Matrazzo, have been widely traded, discussed and revered by Mule fans for 15 years.
Album Name Sc. ule Featuring John Scofield. Data de lançamento 26 Janeiro 2015. Labels Provogue Records. Estilo de MúsicaBlues Rock. Membros têm este álbum1. Recorded live at the Roxy, Atlanta, Georgia, United States, 23/09/1999. DISC 2. Recorded live at the Georgia Theatre, Athens, Georgia, United States, 22/09/1999. 3. Hottentot (Alternate Version). 4. Kind of Bird (Alternate Version). 5. Afro Blues (Live at the Roxy, Atlanta, 23/09/1999).
gov't mule featuring john scofieldgov t mule - Sco-mule (8page booklet). Format : CD x 2. New or Used : used. Cover condition : M (?) Media condition : M (?)
Label: Evil Teen Records Released: 2015 Views: 1,012. CD1: Hottentot; Tom Thumb; Doing It to Death; Birth of the Mule; Sco-Mule; Kind of Bird. Warren Haynes: guitar; John Scofield: guitar; Dr. Dan Matrazzo: keyboards; Allen Woody: bass; Matt Abts: drums. Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and you'll support us in the process
Sco-Mule" features Dan's playful keyboards, and is pushed to the outer limits by Scofield's ability to create mind-bending sounds from his guitar. Kind of Bird" is an 18 minute journey of stellar guitar work and flowing bass lines. The song also appears on Gov't Mule's first live album, Live From Roseland Ballroom and the Allman Brothers Band 1991 album, Shades of Two Worlds. The second disc contains five bonus tracks, starting off with another tune by The . The band replaces Fred Wesley's trombone parts with.
Gov’t Mule & John Scofield ‘Sco-Mule’. Released 26th January 2015 Provogue/Mascot Label Group. The second instalment of the Gov’t Mule 20th anniversary celebration has been a long time coming, ‘Sco-Mule’ has been in the pipeline for over a decade and will now see the light of day on 26th January 2015 on 2CD/Double vinyl. In September 1999 Gov’t Mule was a little over 5 years old and began embracing and exploring personal influences which weren’t quite present in the music at that stage.
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Sco-Mule is a live album by the American rock band Gov't Mule featuring jazz guitarist John Scofield, recorded at two 1999 shows in Atlanta, Georgia, with the band's original members Warren Haynes, Allen Woody, and Matt Abts. Sco-Mule defies both jazz and jam-band genres, "instead, it sits somewhere in-between, with everyone forgetting about artificial delineation.
John Scofield Album: Sco-Mule Label: Evil Teen Records. Made in US. Catalog 651751-1221-2 Style: Blues, Jazz Rock Year: 2015 Format: FLAC (image . ue) Bitr. In January 2015, fans will finally be able to get their ears on a very special release - the long-awaited SCO-MULE album. In late September of 1999, John Scofield teamed with Gov’t Mule, then featuring original bass player, the late Allen Woody, along with keyboardist Dr. Dan Matrazzo, in Georgia for two legendary shows. Both shows were recorded, and included the Mule’s first-ever all-instrumental sets. The band had begun preparing the music for eventual release while working on their third studio album, Life Before Insanity.