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Gov't Mule's "Deepest End" Concert

Discussion in 'Bassists [BG]' started by watspan, May 6, 2003.


  1. watspan

    watspan Supporting Member

    Nov 25, 2002
    madison, wi
    great series of stories here:http://www.jambands.com/jazzfest/DailyDiary/content_2003_05_04.00.phtml

    Concert to wrap up the Deep End sessions and tours--I was most seriously freaked to hear of Paul Jackson of Headhunters playing "Chameleon" w/ the Mule, the dirty dozen brass and bernie worrel! Victor Wooten on "Sco-Mule"?!!

    All recorded for a DVD and CD! Too Good!:D
     
  2. slam

    slam Guest

    Mar 22, 2000
    Virginia
    Man that sounds like an awesome show. All-star lineup for sure.
     
  3. watspan

    watspan Supporting Member

    Nov 25, 2002
    madison, wi
    Matt Abts and Warren Haynes welcomed more than a dozen bass players to the stage for its "Deepest End" show at New Orleans' Saenger Theater on Saturday. The night which has been billed as a the culmination of two years of touring in support of the Deep End discs featured many of the bassists who appear on the disc. The evening was a true New Orleans throw-down with two sets of music, a six song encore and more than twenty guest musicians. Bass players (in order of appearance) were Greg Rzab, Dave Schools, Victor Wooten, Rob Wassermann, Paul Jackson, George Porter Jr., Will Lee, Mike Gordon, Roger Glover, Jack Casady, Conrad Lazano, Jason Newsted and Les Claypool. Other musicians to join the band included Bela Fleck, Bernie Worrell, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band horns, Fred Wesley, Sonny Landreth, Ivan Neville and David Hildago. The evening was recorded for a live album and DVD
     
  4. slam

    slam Guest

    Mar 22, 2000
    Virginia
    Here is the setlist. Looks like a blast.

    Comments: with Greg Rzab
    1st Set: Bad Little Doggie (1)> Game Face (1)> Larger Than Life (1)> Pygmy Twylyte (2)> Blind Man In The Dark (2) (3), Which Way Do We Run? (2), Fool's Moon (2), Sco-Mule (4)*, Patchwork Quilt (5)+, Lay Of The Sunflower (6), John The Revelator (7), Chameleon (8)+, When Doves Cry (9)> Beautifully Broken (9)> When Doves Cry (9)> Beautifully Broken (9), Time To Confess (10), Mule (10)> I've Been Workin' (10)> Mule (10)

    2nd Set: Banks Of The Deep End (11), On Your Way Down (12) (13), 32-20 Blues (13) (14) (15), Down And Out In New York City (3) (14) (16), Keyboard intro > Goin' Down (17), Maybe I'm A Leo (17), Slow Happy Boys (18), Voodoo Chile (18) (19), Politician (20), I Shall Return (21), Trying Not To Fall (22)+, Warren solo > Warren/Matt > Drums, Sweet Leaf (23)> War Pigs (23)
    Encore: Greasy Granny?s Gopher Gravy Pt. 1 (24), Greasy Granny?s Gopher Gravy Pt. 2 (24)**, Drivin' Rain (24), Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds tease (25), Soulshine (2), Wasted Time (26), Thorazine Shuffle (2) (10) (27)


    Setlist Notes: (1) Greg Rzab on bass; (2) Dave Schools on bass; (3) Karl Denson on sax (on Blind Man Karl enters part way thru blows his sax solo and then leaves the stage); (4) Victor Wooton on bass & Bernie Worrell on keyboards, no Danny; (5) Victor on bass & Bela Fleck on banjo; (6) Bela on banjo & Rob Wasserman on bass; (7) the Dirty Dozen Brass Band: Sammie Williams on trombone, Roger Lewis on baritone sax, Kevin Harris on tenor sax, Efram Towns on trumpet & Julius McKee on sousaphone, no bass or keyboard player; (8) Paul Jackson Jr. on bass, the Dirty Dozen Brass Band & Bernie on B-3; (9) George Porter Jr. on bass & backup vocals; (10) George on bass; (11) Mike Gordon on bass & backup vocals; (12) Mike on bass; (13) Sonny Landreth on guitar; (14) Will Lee on bass; (15) Karl on flute; (16) Fred Wesley on trombone; (17) Roger Glover on bass; (18) Jack Casady on bass; (19) Ivan Neville on keyboards, no Danny; (20) Conrad Lazano on bass & David Hildago on guitar & vocals; (21) Conrad on bass & David on guitar; (22) Jason Newsted on bass & Danny on guitar; (23) Jason on bass, no Danny; (24) Les Claypool on bass & vocals; (25) just Danny on keyboard; (26) just Warren on guitar & vocals; (27) Jason on bass; * contains Don't Mean A Thing, If It Ain't Got That Swing tease; ** contains Dueling Banjo, Yankee Doodle Dandy, Wynona?s Big Brown Beaver & Voodoo Child teases; + first time played
     
  5. watspan

    watspan Supporting Member

    Nov 25, 2002
    madison, wi
  6. lamarjones

    lamarjones Supporting Member

    Aug 27, 2002
    Raleigh, NC
    You know there is a DVD devoted to this, right? Rising Low.
     
  7. watspan

    watspan Supporting Member

    Nov 25, 2002
    madison, wi
    rising low rocks! it's the documentary about woody's death and the recording of the "deep End" sessions. the earlier posts are on a concert this past saturday in New Orleans and all the guests that were there--check out the pictures in the links--i love the woody signature epeiphone will lee has!
     
  8. jerry

    jerry Doesn't know BDO Gold Supporting Member

    Dec 13, 1999
    Hawaii
    F&ck! Will Lee & Mule.......I really hope this makes it to DVD fast:bassist:
     
  9. deepestend

    deepestend Supporting Member Commercial User

    Feb 21, 2003
    Brooklyn via Austin and NOLA
    Guitar/Bass Builder and Social Media at Sadowsky
    It comes out in October... should be sweet. The show was amazing. A six hour event and trully one of the best shows I've ever been to.