|Show||Gov't Mule 1995-11-30 The Bayou, Washington, DC (aud) *new etree show to circulation*|
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01 Mule >
02 Rocking Horse
03 Mr. Big > Never In My Life riff > Mr. Big
04 Temporary Saint
05 Kind Of Bird
06 Grinnin' In Your Face >
07 Mother Earth
08 Left Coast Groovies >
09 Drums >
10 Left Coast Groovies >
11 World Of Difference >
12 Pygmy Twylyte >
13 Blind Man In The Dark
14 Don't Step On The Grass, Sam >
15 Trane > Third Stone jam > Eternity's Breath jam > St. Stephen jam
16 Painted Silver Light
17 Just Got Paid
19 Young Man Blues > Good Morning Little School Girl > Young Man Blues
20 Look On Yonder Wall *
* Jimmy Herring on guitar
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|Pretty sure I was at this show and participated in a major smoke out with the band and others backstage. There were some insane fattys being passed around. I remember Warren saying he only smokes joints and never pipes. Good Times!
|Yeah this was the show. I just flashed on a conversation I had that night with Warren about Derrick Trucks. At the time he was really young and not that well known. Warren was surprised I heard of Derrick and told me a crazy story. He said the Allmans were jamming at Butch's house with Derrick, and the kid did a slide lead that was so hot, everyone stopped playing and just stared in amazement! Almost forgot that tale until this post today.