Gov’t Mule Play Another Full Album at Island Exodus
Gov’t Mule continued their 20th anniversary celebration by covering another ones of their albums in full at Island Exodus in Negril, Jamaica yesterday. The band worked their way through all of their 2000 release “Life Before Insanity” over the course of the one set show, which also featured a sit in from saxophonist Bill Evans on “The Other One Jam*” and “Tastes Like Wine.”
Yesterday’s Island Exodus festivities also featured a solo acoustic set from Warren Haynes. The Mule frontman was joined by Evans and Mule keyboardist Danny Louis for “Into The Mystic,” “Endless Parade,” “Soulshine” and “Give Me Love (Give Me Peace on Earth)” during that performance.
As previously reported, Gov’t Mule began honoring their 20th anniversary by performing their first two studio albums, 1995’s Gov’t Mule and 1998’s Dose, in their entirety on Wednesday and Thursday night.
Here’s a look at last night’s setlists via our Box Scores section
Friday, January 17, 2013, Gov’t Mule, Island Exodus, Negril, Jamaica
Wandering Child, Life Before Insanity, Bad Little Doggie, Lay Your Burden Down, Fallen Down > The Other One Jam*, World Gone Wild, Tastes Like Wine*, I Think You Know What I Mean, Far Away, No Need To Suffer, In My Life^
Set was a complete performance of the group’s 2000 album Life Before Insanity.
Enc: If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day*
Notes: *with Bill Evans ^without Danny Louis and Jorgen Carlsson
Friday, January 17, 2013, Warren Haynes, Island Exodus, Negril, Jamaica
Railroad Boy, Old Friend, Into The Mystic*, Endless Parade*, Soulshine*, Give Me Love (Give Me Oeace On Earth)*, Forevermore, Wasted Time, A Friend To You
Notes: *with Bill Evans and Danny Louis