Tour Opener

Widespread Panic
Little John Coliseum
Clemson, SC
October 22, 1997

Set I
01. Weight Of The World
02. Tall Boy >
03. C. Brown
04. Stop-Go >
05. Worry
06. Aunt Avis >
07. Tie Your Shoes
08. Can’t Get High >
09. Pigeons

Set II
01. Bowlegged Woman
02. Machine >
03. Barstools and Dreamers
04. Blackout Blues
05. Contentment Blues
01. Rebirtha >
02. Space Wrangler >
03. Drums >
04. Pilgrims >
05. Porch Song

Encore
06. crowd
07. Gradle
08. Goin’ Out West

[Soundcheck: ‘Greta’ (JoJo solo), ‘Cream Puff War’, ‘You’ll Be Fine’, ‘Big Wooly Mammoth’, ‘She Caught The Katy’]

Notes: ‘Contentment Blues’ fades out at end; ‘Rebirtha’ fades in at begginning; ‘Rebirtha’ has mulitple spots of static.

Source: Shure SM-57s + PZMs > Mixer > D8
Transferred & Seeded by D.P. Swint

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Widespread Panic
Coleman Coliseum
Tuscaloosa, AL.
10/4/1996

Set One

01. Hope In A Hopeless World(missing 1st verse)
02. Space Wrangler
03. Henry Parsons Died
04. C. Brown
05. Genesis
06. Junior
07. Hatfield
08. Tallboy
09. Fishwater

Set Two

01. Send Your Mind
02. Blackout Blues
03. Gradle
04. Pigeons
05. Walkin’
06. Holden Oversoul
07. Drums
08. Travelin’ Light
09. The Last Straw
10. Guilded Splinters
11. Chilly Water

Encore:

12. Dream Song
13. Mr. Soul

Taped, Transfered, & Seeded By: Michael Wilker
Source: EV-RE20’s~> SBM1~> D8 fob

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Widespread Panic
1999-09-24
Oak Mountain Amphitheater
Pelham, AL.

Set 1:

01. Intro
02. Porch Song >
03. One Arm Steve >
04. Makes Sense To Me
05. Blue Indian >
06. Diner >
07. Sleeping Man
08. Big Wooly Mammoth > Jam >
09. Jack
10. Radio Child

Set 2:

01. Intro
02. All Time Low >
03. Disco >
04. Hatfield >
05. Dyin’ Man * >
06. Red Hot Mama * >
07. Drums * >
08. Jam * >
09. Heaven >
10. Love Tractor

Encore:

01. Crowd
02. Pusherman
03. Ain’t Life Grand

* with Colin Butler on turntables, Robert Barnett on drums

[Big Ass Truck opened show]

Source: B&K 4021 > EAA PSP-2 > Apogee AD1000 (48kHz)
Location: FOB / DFC
Taped by Smiley, Steve Brothers, Klaus & Matt Kinder
Transferred by Smiley & BobbyHurley

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Widespread Panic
September 17, 2010
WVU Coliseum
Morgantown, WV

Set 1:
01. Junior>
02. Chunk of Coal
03. Love Tractor
04. Smokestack Lightning >
05. Shut Up and Drive >
06. Blight >
07. Pigeons >
08. Saint Ex
09. Greta >
10. North

Set 2:
01. Four Cornered Room>
02. Bust It Big >
03. Porch Song >
04. Surprise Valley >
05. Drums >
06. Surprise Valley >
07. Blue Indian >
08. Time Zones >
09. Worry^ >
01. Henry Parsons Died* >
02. Makes Sense To Me**

Encore:
03. E: Dirty Side Down >
04. Climb To Safety

^ without JoJo
*w/Danny Hutchens and Eric Carter on guitar
**w/Danny Hutchens on vocals and Eric Carter on guitar

Source: Schoeps CCM6 MK4-> Lunatec V3-> Tascam HD-P2 (16/44.1)

Recording by Nate Fisher
Processing and upload by dubba.com

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Widespread Panic
Electric Factory
Philadelphia, PA
September 5, 1997

Set I
01. Space Wrangler >
02. Tall Boy >
03. C. Brown
04. Holden Oversoul >
05. Weak Brain, Narrow Mind
06. Little Kin >
07. Gradle >
08. Machine >
09. Travelin’ Light

Set II
10. Pigeons >
11. Dyin’ Man >
12. Pigeons >
13. Wonderin’
01. Ain’t No Use >
02. Rebirtha >
03. Porch Song >
04. Drums >
05. Hatfield >
06. Conrad

Encore:
07. Makes Sense To Me

[Slow ‘Porch Song’; ‘Highway to Heaven’ rap during ‘Hatfield’; Soundcheck: ‘Weak Brain, Narrow Mind’ (4-5 times), ‘Dyin’ Man’, ‘Party At Your Mama’s House’, ‘Walkin’ (For Your Love)’, ‘One Kind Favor’; Buckshot LeFonque opened]

Uploaded to PanicStream by northern panic

Source: AT4053(xy) > Dank Audio -20dB Passive XLRs > DA-P1
Transferred, Edited, & Seeded by D.P. Swint

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Widespread Panic
Susquehanna Bank Center
Camden, NJ
August 21, 2009

Setlist:

Lil Kin >
Radio Child
Up All Night
Can’t Get High >
Fishwater >
Christmas Katie >
Travelin’ Light
Diner >
Space Wrangler
Blackout Blues
Junior >
You Should Be Glad
Tall Boy
Climb To Safety

Schoeps MK4’s>Nbox>Edirol R-09HR>SF9
Recorded By Nicky C From Section 102 Row G

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One, two, three

Well you better listen my sister’s and brothers
‘Cause if you do you can hear
There are voices still calling across the years
And they’re all crying across the ocean
And they’re cryin across the land
And they will till we all come to understand

None of us are free
None of us are free
None of us are free, if one of us are chained
None of us are free

And there are people still in darkness
And they just can’t see the light
If you don’t say it’s wrong then that says it right
We got try to feel for each other, let our brother’s know that we care
Got to get the message, send it out loud and clear

None of us are free
None of us are free
None of us are free, if one of us are chained
None of us are free

It’s a simple truth we all need, just to hear and to see
None of us are free, if one of us is chained
None of us are free
Now I swear your salvation isn’t too hard too find
None of us can find it on our own. (On our own)
We’ve got to join together in sprirt, heart and mind
So that every soul who’s suffering will know they’re not alone

Widespread Panic
Orpheum Theater
Los Angeles, CA
2008-06-20

recorded & seeded: charles fox

set 1
01 Old Joe*
02 Surprise Valley >
03 Bears Gone Fishin’ >
04 C Brown
05 Casa Del Grillo >
06 Holden Oversoul >
07 Solid Rock >
08 Wish You Were Here >
09 Don’t Wanna Lose You
10 Radio Child
11 None of Us Are Free**

set 2
01 Intro
02 Pigeons >
03 Second Skin >
04 Rebirtha
05 B of D >
06 Bust It Big
01 Space Wrangler >
02 Walkin’ >
03 North

Encore
04 End of the Show
05 Last Dance

* JB solo
** w/ Solomon Burke on vocals

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Widespread Panic
June 18, 1999
Mud Island Amphitheater
Memphis, TN

Set I
01 Intro [00:43.05]
02 One Arm Steve > [03:14.73]
03 Chilly Water [09:59.11]
04 Pickin’ Up the Pieces [06:29.19]
05 Wonderin’ > [07:25.03]
06 Party at Your Mama’s House > [08:12.19]
07 Ride Me High > [10:55.36]
08 Hatfield [12:26.40]
09 Let It Rock > [05:11.02]
10 Radio Child [06:18.30]

Set II
01 Intro Tuning [01:00.36]
02 Contentment Blues > [04:53.63]
03 Big Wooly Mammoth > [14:13.69]
04 Blue Indian [06:16.33]
01 Love Tractor * > [09:37.27]
02 Dying Man * > [04:47.43]
03 Arleen * > [16:52.22]
04 Drums ** > [14:33.27]
05 Jam > [04:23.04]
06 Pilgrims > [06:32.25]
07 Aint Life Grand [05:27.21]
08 Crowd [03:53.58]

Encore
09 Climb to Safety [05:26.08]
10 C. Brown [07:07.66]

* – w/ Colin Butler (Big Ass Truck) on Turntables
** – w/ Robert Barnett (Big Ass Truck) on Drums

Notes: 10 second loss of P.A. system in ‘Arleen’ (6:18 to 6:28); Big Ass Truck opened

Source: (FOB 11th row) AKG 482 (spaced 12′) > Lunatec V2 > G-P ADC-20 > DA-P1 @ 48 KHz
Taped by: Jamie Syrek (DAT clone courtesy of Steve Bohannon)
Transfer by: BobbyHurley

1999-memphis

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Thomas-Wolfe-Business-Photography

Widespread Panic
23 May 1996
Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
Asheville, NC

Set 1
01) Knockin’ Around The Zoo >
02) Pigeons >
03) Radio Child >
04) Pleas
05) Blight >
06) Tallboy
07) Can’t Get High >
08) Holden Oversoul >
09) Travellin’ Light

Set 2
01) Space Wrangler >
02) Ain’t No Use >
03) C Brown
04) You Got Yours >
05) Aunt Avis >
06) Rock >
07) Fishwater >
08) Drums >
09) Drums and Bass >
10) Fishwater
11) I’m Not Alone >
12) Greta >
13) Love Tractor

Encore
01) Pickin’ Up Those Pieces >
02) Mr Soul

Source:Schopes CMC64
Conversion By: Max Hester

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mitchell-center

Widespread Panic
2000-04-05
Mitchell Center
Mobile, AL.

Set 1:
01. Let It Rock
02. One Arm Steve
03. Diner >
04. Nobody’s Loss
05. Better Off
06. Little Lilly >
07. Happy >
08. Rock >
09. Makes Sense To Me

Set 2:
01. Wondering >
02. Space Wrangler
03. Junco Partner
04. Airplane >
05. Impossible >
06. Train Kept A Rollin’ >
07. Drums >
01. Tears Of A Woman >
02. Surprise Valley >
03. All Time Low
04. Crowd

Encore:
05. City of Dreams >
06. Henry Parsons Died

Source: AKG 483
Taped by Unknown.
Transferred & seeded by Ty Chambers
Patched, Converted, and Seeded By: Rick

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Widespread Panic
01/24/12
The Fillmore
Silver Spring, MD

1: This Part Of Town > Worry, Fishing, St. Louis > Clinic Cynic > Wondering, Free Somehow, Genesis > Holden Oversoul

2: From The Cradle, Can’t Get High, Gimme, Degenerate > Pilgrims > Travelin’ Man > Saint Ex > Jam > Driving Song > Jam > Driving Song > Breathing Slow > City of Dreams

E: None of Us Are Free, May Your Glass Be Filled, Walkin’ (For Your Love)

[Wood Tour; Last ‘Fishing’ – 11/29/08, 215 shows; Last ‘Free Somehow’ – 10/28/08, 225 shows]

Taped by Crossthreaded

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Widespread Panic
Fox Theatre
Boulder, CO
January 18, 1996

Set I
01. Glory
02. The Take Out >
03. Porch Song
04. Dirty Business >
05. Henry Parsons Died
06. Tall Boy
07. I’m Not Alone >
08. Radio Child
09. Wonderin’ >
10. Walkin’

Set II
01. Stag-O-Lee
02. Disco >
03. Makes Sense To Me
04. Gimme
05. Blight
06. Pickin’ Up The Pieces
07. Nobody’s Fault But Mine >
08. Mercy >
09. Blackout
10. Pilgrims

Encore:
11. Knocking ‘Round The Zoo >
12. Aunt Avis
13. Love Tractor

[First ‘Stag-O-Lee’; Mike, JB, and Dave sat all night; JB and Dave played acoustic all night; Sit & Ski Tour; ‘Glory’ JB solo; ‘Stag-O-Lee’ JoJo solo; Mike played acoustic on ‘The Take Out’ and ‘Porch Song’, 12 string on ‘Wonderin’ and ‘Walkin’ (For Your Love) and electric the rest of the night; ‘My Sharona’ tease by Dave before ‘Knocking ‘Round The Zoo’]

Source: SBD
Converted, Edited, and Seeded by D.P. Swint

via Widespread Panic

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Widespread Panic
Orpheum Theatre
Boston, Massachusetts
9/15/2011

1st Set

01 Greeting
02 Holden Oversoul >
03 Knockin’ Around The Zoo
04 Tall Boy >
05 Diner >
06 Jam >
07 Ribs And Whiskey
08 Pleas >
09 St. Ex >
10 Bust It Big >
11 Jam >
12 Worry

2nd Set

01 Tuning
02 Little Kin >
03 Machine >
04 Barstools And Dreamers
05 Shut Up And Drive >
06 Jam >
07 Drivin’ Song >
08 Blight >
09 Jam >
10 Drivin’ Song >
01 Drum Solo >
02 Fishwater >
03 Drum Solo >
04 North >
05 Drum Solo >
06 Fishwater

Encore:
07 JB Banter
08 From The Cradle >
09 Travelin’ Light

* This was the 5th Anniversary Of Jimmy Herring’s First Show With Widespread Panic.

Source: Schoeps CCM4V’S(din)
Recorded By: Z-Man

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Widespread Panic
2011-06-14
Moody Theater at ACL Live
Austin, TX

Set One

01 Zippy’s Jam >
02 Driving Song >
03 Disco >
04 Driving Song >
05 C.Brown
06 Jaded Tourist
07 Impossible >
08 Jam >
08 Smokestack Lightning
09 Gimme
10 Stop-Go >
11 Walk On

Set Two

01 tuning >
02 Cotton Was King
03 Rock
04 Holden Oversoul >
05 Christmas Katie >
06 Radio Child
07 Barstools and Dreamers* >
08 Machine >
09 Drums** >
10 Flicker >
11 Pilgrims >
12 Climb To Safety

13 encore
14 Don’t Wanna Lose You >
15 Bowlegged Woman

* ‘Thank You’ rap
** Phil Bass on percussion

Taped and transferred by Lee Hart
Source: AKG 483

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Lisa reportedly said “Yes”.  Congrats!

Widespread Panic
April 1st 2011
The Palace Theater
Louisville Ky

Set 1
01.crowd
02.Porch Song >
03.Blackout Blues
04,Flicker >
05.Imitation Leather Shoes
06.This Part Of Town
07.Christmas Katie >
08.Let It Rock
09.One Arm Steve
10.Makes Sense To Me

Set 2
01.crowd
02.Good People >
03.Dark Bar >
04.Good People >
05.Weight Of The World
06.Saint Ex >
07.Driving Song >
08.Shut Up and Drive >
09.Driving Song >
10.Breathing Slow >
11.Disco >
12.Pilgrims >
13.Pleas >
14.Mr.Soul

Encore:
15.crowd
16.Stop-Go >
17.Knocking ‘Round The Zoo

Source: Schopes ccm41 (DIN) > Lunatec V2 > Sound Devices 702 @ 24/48
Seeded and Recorded : Brent Stober

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This show is when PanicStream officially launched.

Widespread Panic
March 24th, 2005
Fox Theatre
Atlanta, GA

Set 1:
Track 01 – Holden Oversoul>
Track 02 – Love Tractor>
Track 03 – Thin Air (Smells Like Mississippi)>
Track 04 – Hatfield>
Track 05 – One Arm Steve>
Track 06 – Fishing>
Track 07 – Litle Lilly>
Track 08 – Rock>
Track 09 – Ain’t Life Grand

Set 2:
Track 01 – Old Neighborhood
Track 02 – Papa Johnny Road>
Track 03 – Wondering
Track 04 – Driving Song>
Track 05 – Second Skin>
Track 06 – Driving Song>
Track 07 – Greta>
Track 08 – Fishwater

Encore:
Track 01 – Blue Indian
Track 02 – Use Me
Track 03 – Climb To Safety

[Only ‘Second Skin’; ‘Stranglehold’ teases during ‘Wondering’]

Source: mk41>kc5>cmc6>Lunatec V2>Apogee Mini-Me>Tascam DA-P1
Taped/Transferred by Carrington Crawford

Song Origin Compiled by Burnthday: Second Skin

“When Jerry came to Athens, I told him that you’re not allowed to write about sex, drugs, death, religion, politics or Jesus,” Schools says with a laugh glancing at Joseph. “Jerry kind of looked at me and said, ‘Well, you took all my safety nets away, the things I’m used to drawing from. If I can’t write about things that make me [tick] as a songwriter, what are some things that I can write about?’ We both have a pretty well developed sense of what J.B. feels comfortable singing, so I suggested concepts like rebirth, traveling, animals…take ‘Second Skin,’ for example. I mean, what do snakes do? They shed their skin and start anew. We all knew a little something about that. So it was an experiment to try and write for John Bell about things he’d be comfortable singing about.”

“The experience of doing this sort of thing was pretty daunting for me, because it’s wasn’t just the song titles or subject matter that were pretty different from my songwriting, it was also the perspective and style,” Joseph explains. “I’ve made an entire fucking career out of writing songs from either the first person…I feel, I think, I am…or the second person…you should, you ought to, you are…That’s been my whole thing for years; you do this or think this. All of that was out the window for this experiment because J.B. doesn’t do that as a songwriter and never really has.”

Widespread Panic: New Frontiers (American Songwriter http://bit.ly/1G65I9n)

We were all told to work on ideas and present them in any fashion. JoJo presented these rough demos, with drum loops and overdubs. Todd did a little songwriting on the guitar. During the break, Jerry Joseph and I wrote a handful of songs with Widespread Panic in mind, like “Crazy” and “Second Skin.” We discussed motifs that John Bell likes to use. “Crazy” is about angels and traveling, two of J.B.‘s favorite things to sing about. With “Second Skin,” you can get literary or bring in all the rebirth of Panic stuff you want, but it’s really about shedding skin. It has always been very important for us to keep the meanings of our songs as wide-ranging as possible. If a song is so obvious that it only has one meaning, I don’t think it holds as much weight.

The Core: Dave Schools (Relix http://bit.ly/1G65wHs)

Editor’s note (Burnthday): I was told the song is really about a breakup.

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Widespread Panic
06/19/97
NBC Studios,
New York, NY

1: Aunt Avis
2: Conan O’Brien

Widespread Panic
06/21/97
Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall,
Kansas City, KS

Set I
1: Walk On,
2: Disco,
3: Radio Child,
4: Gradle >
5: Dyin’ Man,
6: Walkin'(For Your Love) >
7: Jack,
8: Sleeping Man > Jam,
9: Space Wrangler,
10: Henry Parsons Died

Set II
1: Goin’ Out West,
2: City of Dreams,
3: Chilly Water >
4: Ride Me High >
5: Chilly Water,
6: Sleepy Monkey >
7: Coconut,
8: Drums >
9: Drums >
10: Pilgrims,
11: Ain’t Life Grand

Encore
1: Aunt Avis,
2: Rock

Thanks to Charles Cioffero for the 06-19-97 CD
Thanks to Harvey Couch for the 06-21-97 DAT
Transferred by Steve Porcari, Seeded by Jason Grant

Note: No music effected if you want to leave off the 06-19-97 Conan show. I included it in this seed b/c Conan mentions the following KC show during his introduction of the band.

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