Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing. It's almost impossible to picture Gov't Mule as plucky upstarts, so pronounced has their influence on Southern rock been since they formed in the early-90s. The truth is, Warren Haynes and Allen Woody didn't start out with huge ambitions for their adventurous side project, which they initially saw as a means to fill the downtime between working with the Allman Brothers Band. But when Haynes, Woody, and drummer Matt Abts wandered into Tel-Star Studios in Bradenton, FL, back in June 1994 and cut their very first demos, something became clear: These guys were going to go as far as their imaginations would take them.
Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing. It's almost impossible to picture Gov't Mule as plucky upstarts, so pronounced has their influence on Southern rock been since they formed in the early-90s. The truth is, Warren Haynes and Allen Woody didn't start out with huge ambitions for their adventurous side project, which they initially saw as a means to fill the downtime between working with the Allman Brothers Band. But when Haynes, Woody, and drummer Matt Abts wandered into Tel-Star Studios in Bradenton, FL, back in June 1994 and cut their very first demos, something became clear: These guys were going to go as far as their imaginations would take them.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: EVT
Rel. Date: 09/30/2016
UPC: 651751122918

The Tel-Star Sessions
Artist: Gov't Mule
Format: Vinyl
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Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing. It's almost impossible to picture Gov't Mule as plucky upstarts, so pronounced has their influence on Southern rock been since they formed in the early-90s. The truth is, Warren Haynes and Allen Woody didn't start out with huge ambitions for their adventurous side project, which they initially saw as a means to fill the downtime between working with the Allman Brothers Band. But when Haynes, Woody, and drummer Matt Abts wandered into Tel-Star Studios in Bradenton, FL, back in June 1994 and cut their very first demos, something became clear: These guys were going to go as far as their imaginations would take them.