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Thursday, August 3rd, 2006
6:37 pm
Tuesday, May 30th, 2006
1:01 am
Today in Allmans history
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May 30, 1980: Carl Radle, bassist with Eric Clapton's and Duane Allman's Derek & The Dominos dies of a chronic kidney ailment at the age of 37. This is the second Dominos' member that died before their time; guitarist Duane Allman was 24 when he was killed in a motorcycle crash in 1971. What's more, the Dominos' drummer Jim Gordon eventually had to be institutionalized.
Monday, May 29th, 2006
12:50 am
May 28 in Allmans history
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May 28, 1976: The Allman Brothers Band breaks up.
Thursday, May 11th, 2006
12:20 am
Today in Allmans history! (May 11)
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May 11, 1947: Butch Trucks of the Allman Brothers is born.
Tuesday, May 2nd, 2006
1:03 am
April 30th in Allmans history!
April 30, 1970: The Allman Brothers' road manager "Twiggs" Lyndon is arrested for murder after stabbing a club manager for breach of contract.
Saturday, March 25th, 2006
10:27 am
Sunday, December 4th, 2005
1:47 pm
Last Night's Govt Mule in Cinci setlist..
Possibly one of the best Mule show's I've ever seen.

Thorazine Shuffle
Painted Silver Light
T. Beck
Beautifully Broken
Larger Than Life
King's Highway
Monkey Hill
She's So Heavy


Perfect Shelter
Mr. Man
Bad Man Walking
That's What Love Can Make You Do (featuring the keyboardist and Guitarist from Tea Leaf Green)
Dreams to Remember? (not for sure, since I'm translating from a text messaged post to Emule)
Towering Fool
I'll be the one
Mule/I've been Workin/Mule


I believe
Born Under a Bad Sign
both with Peter Frampton

Current Mood: tired
Sunday, November 20th, 2005
3:01 am
Mule in Atlanta Setlist
wish I coulda seen this one...

Gov't Mule
The Tabernacle
Atlanta, GA
November 19, 2005

Set 1:
Start 9:08 pm
Bad Little Doggie
Perfect Shelter
Rocking Horse
Banks of the Deep End
Larger Than Life
Slackjaw Jezebel
Raining Pain Down On New Orleans
Hunger Strike > Dear Mr. Fantasy > HS > DMF
End 10:15 pm

Set 2:
Start 10:37 pm
Feel So Bad (w/Gregg Allman on B3 and vocals)
The Sky Is Crying (w/Gregg Allman on B3 and vocals)
Statesboro Blues (w/Gregg Allman on B3 and vocals)
Dreams (w/Gregg Allman on B3 and vocals)
Slow Happy Boys
30 Days In The Hole > I Don't Need No Doctor
Mule > I've Been Working > Bass > Mule
End 11:47 pm

Start 11:50 pm
Ramblin' Gamblin' Man
End 11:59
Saturday, October 15th, 2005
7:29 pm
Mule in Seattle
*edited Subject*

Columbus must have been wishful thinking!

according to the info that I have, this was an acoustic show.

10.14.05 The Showbox - Seattle, WA

Patchwork quilt
Banks of the deep end
32/20 blues
Fallen down
Birth of the mule
I'll be the one
Real thing(warren and Matt only)
In my life (warren and Matt only)
Wild horses
Raven black night
Slow happy boys
My oh my
I shall return

Loser w/ Al Schneir from moe.
Friday, September 30th, 2005
10:39 pm
Sunday, September 11th, 2005
9:55 pm
Govt Mule Setlist
Newcastle, England
Newcastle City Hall

1st Set
Slackjaw Jezebel
Rockin' Horse
Little Toy Brain
What Is Hip
I'll Be the One
Time to Confess
Long Distance Call
30 Days In the Hole > I Don't Need No Doctor > 30 Days In the Hole

2nd Set
About To Rage
Bad Man Walking > Drum Solo > I Can't Be You
Newcastle Jam - 1st time played
The Hunter
Pygmy Twilight
> Blind Man In The Dark
(entire show dedicated to Gatemouth Brown )

I Shall Return
Ramblin' Gamblin' Man
Monday, August 22nd, 2005
3:59 pm
Hi folks...anyone seen Dickey Betts & Great Southern this tour? If so, how was it?
Friday, August 19th, 2005
7:11 pm
RIP Woody*edit*
Today is the fifth anniversary of the last show that Allen Woody played.  I'll be cranking some old school Govt Mule in his memory this evening
Wednesday, August 10th, 2005
11:26 am
Radio DTB #016

Radio DTB #016 is now available.

Radio DTB is a weekly, thirty minute, podcast featuring live Derek Trucks Band music available from the Live Music Archive. The site also serves as a one-stop portal to the other great DTB resources on the internet.

Show notes....Collapse )
Sunday, April 24th, 2005
12:38 am
Mule Setlist

Gov't Mule-4-23-05-Burlington, VT
Higher Ground

Set 1:
Bad Man Walking
About To Rage
I Think You Know What I Mean
Beautifully Broken
Slow Happy Boys
All Along The Watchtower w/Page McConnell
Jesus Left Chicago w/Page McConnell

Set 2:
I"ll Be The One
Birth of a Mule
Slackjaw Jezebel
Monkey Hill
She's So Heavy
Blind Man In The Dark

Sco-Mule  w/ Trey Anastasio
with Trey Anasatasio
Saturday, April 23rd, 2005
5:05 pm
Hiya, I'm new here. My name is Annabel, and I'm 15. I live in Macon Georgia. I've ALWAYS loved The Allman Brothers, it's what I grew up on. I actually live about 15 minutes from Dickey Betts, and about 20 minutes from where Duane was killed and his grave. Just wanted to let everyone know who I am, although I see no one really posts much anymore...

Keep Living!
Monday, February 28th, 2005
3:21 pm
Introducing Radio DTB
I'm excited (and a little nervous) to announce that I'm creating a new fan-run website and podcast related to the Derek Trucks Band -- Radio DTB.

The weekly podcast will feature live music from the Derek Trucks Band in a radio-style format. The intent is to go through shows available on the Live Music Archive and put out a podcast that features some of the music and provide a little commentary. The format will be a 30(ish) minute MP3 file that you can download (for free) from the Radio DTB website and listen to on your computer and/or portable MP3 player. My intent is to put out a new podcast every Monday. In addition to hosting the podcast, I'll use the website as a blog to provide links to news articles and announcements of when new downloads are available from the Live Music Archive and/or BitTorrent.

I think it will be a fun way to explore the band's history. Some weeks, I might highlight a recent show. Other weeks, I might dig deep into the archives and pull out something from a few years ago. Personally, I look forward to using the project to get even more familiar with the band's music, especially their earlier stuff. If other fans also enjoy the project, that would be great. If the project can be used to help introduce the DTB to new fans, all the better.

I've talked with the DTB management about this project, and they seem to think it's a neat idea. I've spent the past month getting the website set up and the first couple of episodes of the podcast recorded. As I mentioned, this is entirely fan-run -- as such, the equipment I'm using to record the podcast is rather amateurish, but I hope the content of the podcast will be interesting enough that you'll be able to overlook my flaws. Besides, we all know the music is great.

If this sounds like the kind of project you'd be interested in checking out, please visit the Radio DTB website, subscribe to the RSS feed in your favorite news aggregator, and send me feedback either by commenting to items on the website or sending me email.

The first podcast is already available for download -- check it out and let me know what you think. Thanks!

You can add the syndicated account for Radio DTB to your friends list if you want: radiodtb.
Tuesday, January 11th, 2005
9:53 pm
Sunday, December 12th, 2004
11:13 am
Dickey's b-day
Dickey turns 61 today.
Friday, October 29th, 2004
12:46 am
Remember Duane
"I love being alive and will be the best man I possibly can. I will take love wherever I find it and offer it to everyone who will take it. I will seek knowledge from those wiser and teach those who wish to learn from me."
--Duane Allman
November 20, 1946-October 29, 1971
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