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  • Summary: The 10th full-length studio release for the Southern rock jam band was produced by Warren Haynes, Gordie Johnson, and Don Was.
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  • Record Label: Fantasy
  • Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Blues-Rock, American Trad Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Southern Rock, Guitar Virtuoso, Jam Bands
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Dreams & Songs
My whole life's been filled with, Song and Dreams When I was a child I had a, time machine Little did I know it would go to fast Little did I know I... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. Jun 19, 2017
    Their call to arms isn't preachy; instead, righteous anger is refracted through the lens of empathy. It is also a fresh reboot of the band's sound, offering excellent songwriting and arrangements; it sounds more like a group effort than anything they've released.
  2. 80
    There are no glib solutions on offer, no political polemic, just the realisation that America is now a deeply divided nation and that this issue needs to be addressed. Elsewhere, the deep soul that Haynes has been mining on some of his solo albums has been brought into the Mule paddock with The Man I Want To Be and Easy Times, along with the more sprightly Sarah Surrender, which has, dare one say it, a Hall & Oates feel.
  3. 80
    While this may appear preachy, Mule’s tough, riff-driven attack along with Haynes’ raw, flinty vocals and the synergistic nature of the quartet, which functions as a well-lubed outfit honed through years of live work, keep you focused on the music.
  4. Jun 19, 2017
    In an uncertain era, signposted with fallen heroes, Revolution Come…Revolution Go is a comforting, potent affirmation that Gov't Mule will continue to flourish.
  5. Magnet
    Jul 18, 2017
    Revolution is not a political screed, as the band scorches and eases its way through a fair number of life/love reflection. [No. 144, p.55]
  6. Jun 21, 2017
    The album arcs like a well-calibrated live set through the soaring "Thorns of Life," the Hall and Oates soul of "Sarah, Surrender," and the title track's spikey New Orleans funk.