Allen Woody - Woody's Jam - Gov't Mule

Allen Woody - Woody's Jam - Gov't Mule

Allen Woody Bass Bad Ass Gov't Mule

Epiphone Allen Woody Rumblekat Bass Guitar Review

Epiphone Allen Woody Rumblekat Bass Guitar Review

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Allen Woody of Gov't Mule and Allman Brothers Band shows his disdain for potty humor while eating

Allen Woody of Gov't Mule and Allman Brothers Band shows his disdain for potty humor while eating

Allen Woody

Allen Woody

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Allen Woody - Mr. Big - Bass Solo

Allen Woody - Mr. Big - Bass Solo

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Warren Haynes talks about Allen Woody

Warren Haynes talks about Allen Woody

Warren Haynes tells a story about Allen Woody joining the Allman Brothers Band in the documentary Rising Low about the making of Gov't Mule's The Deep End after Woody's death. The album featured some of Woody's favorite bass players who recorded the album with Warren Haynes and Matt Apts.

Allman Brothers With Allen Woody

Allman Brothers With Allen Woody

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One for Woody Concert for Allen Woody Bass for Allmans and Mule

One for Woody Concert for Allen Woody Bass for Allmans and Mule

On September 21, 2000 I saw one of the best concerts of the nearly thousands I’ve bared witness to over the last 30 years -“One For Woody.” The concert was a remembrance for Gov’t Mule bassist Allen Woody, who passed away on August 25, 2000. Phil & Friends’ The “Q” lineup of Lesh, Jimmy Herring, Warren Haynes, Rob Barraco and John Molo opened the festivities with a scorching set that led into a performance by the Allman Brothers Band with both Herring and Haynes on guitar (Haynes hadn’t officially re-joined the Allmans and Herring was soon to depart). The Black Crowes were the penultimate set of the evening (complete with Haynes guest spot) that gave way to a marathon Gov’t Mule and friends 14-song performance that featured guest spots by a wide range of musical legends including Leslie West, Artimus Pyle and Phil Lesh.

Gov't Mule 3/17/1999 Irving Plaza, NYC

Gov't Mule 3/17/1999 Irving Plaza, NYC

Gov't Mule 17th March 1999 Irving Plaza, New York, NY ***Under Law of Fair Use. For educational purposes only. No copyrights infringements intended*** Never Buy Or Sell Live Music Recordings/Videos! COURTESY OF: Axel (a.k.a. RoryGallagher) and Friends Set 1: 01) Wandering Child 02) Thorazine Shuffle 03) Devil Likes It Slow 04) Mule -- I've Been Working -- Mule 05) Nasty Dogs & Funky Kings 06) Pygmy Twylyte -- Blind Man In The Dark 07) Rollin Stone' (a.k.a. Catfish Blues) 08) Lay Your Burden Down 09) Left Coast Groovies -- Planet Of The Abts -- Left Coast Groovies 10) Sin's A Good Man's Brother Encore: 11) One * + 12) Soulshine * 13) Gambler's Roll * 14) It Hurts Me, Too * 15) Life Before Insanity * BAND: Warren Haynes: Vocals, Guitar Allen Woody: Bass (we miss you bro') Matt Abts: Drums featuring: * Danny Louis: Keyboards * + 1st time played SOURCE Video Source: master audience recording, from left of center Audio Source: master audience recording, unknown taper Gear/Tapers Unknown

Allen Woody of Gov't Mule Allman Brothers goofs off with E J Devokaitis Anaheim, CA Jan 1996

Allen Woody of Gov't Mule   Allman Brothers goofs off with E J  Devokaitis   Anaheim, CA   Jan 1996

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