Gov't Mule | The Deepest End is a live album recorded at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, a place where some of the best bassists in the world annually spend their first weekend in May. The album is a celebration of a long bass player search to replace the late Allen Woody, and features a who's who of bassists like Les Claypool, Dave Schools, Mike Gordon, Victor Wooten and Rob Wassterman, as well as guests like Bela Fleck, David Hidalgo and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band. It's an epic double album, and no matter who is sitting in on what track, guitarist/vocalist Warren Haynes is always the central focus of whatever Gov’t Mule does. He’s a naturally soulful singer, and an equally ripping guitarist. If somehow you are not familiar with Gov't Mule, start here. - tk

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