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Live At The Roseland Ballroom by Gov't Mule

Album

Live At The Roseland Ballroom

Gov't Mule

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Album

Live At The Roseland Ballroom

Gov't Mule

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Label: Evil Teen Records
Captured in 1995 (and originally released in 1996), this well-recorded live performance finds the Mule's Roseland Ballroom show sounding more like a late 1960s party at the Hell's Angels' clubhouse. The power trio brews up a biker-friendly batch of psychedelic blues rock jams culled from influences like Cream, Aum, early Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix and of course the Allman Brothers. After listening to this album in its entirety, you just might feel like donning a dirty denim vest and referring to the City by the Bay as "Frisco."

About This Album

Captured in 1995 (and originally released in 1996), this well-recorded live performance finds the Mule's Roseland Ballroom show sounding more like a late 1960s party at the Hell's Angels' clubhouse. The power trio brews up a biker-friendly batch of psychedelic blues rock jams culled from influences like Cream, Aum, early Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix and of course the Allman Brothers. After listening to this album in its entirety, you just might feel like donning a dirty denim vest and referring to the City by the Bay as "Frisco."

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About This Album

Captured in 1995 (and originally released in 1996), this well-recorded live performance finds the Mule's Roseland Ballroom show sounding more like a late 1960s party at the Hell's Angels' clubhouse. The power trio brews up a biker-friendly batch of psychedelic blues rock jams culled from influences like Cream, Aum, early Grateful Dead, Jimi Hendrix and of course the Allman Brothers. After listening to this album in its entirety, you just might feel like donning a dirty denim vest and referring to the City by the Bay as "Frisco."