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    Does Not Belong on a Bike
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    Please respect Warren Haynes

    He really is a great guitar player.
    This is what happens when you find a stranger in the Alps!

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    His wife aint so bad either!
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    Oh, So Interesting!
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    IDK, he went DH after that whole Gov't Mule craze started way back when.
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    I prefer Gibby Haynes.
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    Be sure and tell her, SATAN, SATAN, SATAN!!!"



    Quote Originally Posted by lubes17319
    I prefer Gibby Haynes.

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    lol
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    If you're down with Warren Haynes, check out his "Live at Bonnaroo" disc - outstanding!

    Here's a clip of "Patchwork Quilt" - tribute song to Jerry Garcia.
    Sound quality isn't great ... but you get the idea.
    Warren Haynes can flat-out play

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1035dAuChk
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    Quote Originally Posted by jake7
    If you're down with Warren Haynes, check out his "Live at Bonnaroo" disc - outstanding!

    Here's a clip of "Patchwork Quilt" - tribute song to Jerry Garcia.
    Sound quality isn't great ... but you get the idea.
    Warren Haynes can flat-out play

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1035dAuChk
    Warren rips! But IMHO that live solo acoustic stuff does not really do his talent justice. His soulful work is best blasted through various tube amps (Ceasar, Soldano, modified Marshall's, etc)

    RESPECT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeandski
    Warren rips! But IMHO that live solo acoustic stuff does not really do his talent justice. His soulful work is best blasted through various tube amps (Ceasar, Soldano, modified Marshall's, etc)

    RESPECT!
    NO doubt, Jake i know where your comin from.

    He has played in studio on the 103.5 the fox and just killed. Havent seen him live
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    saw him with the allman bros in the 90s. good stuff. plus i heart the les paul.

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    If you're down with Warren and Gov't 'Mule, you MUST see a show- I've been to the last 6+ out of the last 10 here in CO. Red Rocks is magical.
    This is what happens when you find a stranger in the Alps!

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    I met Warren Haynes once after seeing Govt Mule In Crested Butte. He is a very nice and cool dude. I've seen him several times since with Mule, Phil and The Dead. I like the dub CD Mighty High the best.

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    indeed.

    Mule rips. Warren was born to do what he does, very few souls are so lucky.

    My current favorite, a Neil Young track called "Cortez the Killer" - fuc*kin killer track.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hojiman
    If you're down with Warren and Gov't 'Mule, you MUST see a show- I've been to the last 6+ out of the last 10 here in CO. Red Rocks is magical.
    We saw the Mule at the Santa Fe Brewing company a few years back. At least I think we did....I can't really remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeandski
    Warren rips! But IMHO that live solo acoustic stuff does not really do his talent justice. His soulful work is best blasted through various tube amps (Ceasar, Soldano, modified Marshall's, etc)

    RESPECT!
    I hear you ... there's nothing that can top the music of any great musician LIVE.
    As others point out, catching him with Mule, Alman's... live, is where you best experience/appreciate his talent.

    Personally, I really dig the one man/one guitar sound of "Bonnaroo". I think that's why my favorite Bob Marley song will always be "Redemption Song" recorded live .. my personal opinion.
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