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Widespread Panic
The Amphitheatre at The Wharf
Orange Beach, Alabama
04/20/2008

1st Set

01 Tuning
02 Little Kin >
03 Disco >
04 Angels on High
05 Dyin’ MAn
06 City of Dreams
07 Party At Your Mommas House >
08 Ribs and Whiskey
09 Fixin’ to Die >
10 Tall Boy

2nd Set

01 Tuning
02 Solid Rock >
03 Pigeons
04 Vampire Blues
05 Tortured Artist >
06 Chilly Water >
07 Drum Solo >
08 Jam >
09 Bust it Big
10 Chilly Water
01 Ride Me High >
02 Pilgrims
03 Crowd

Encore:

04 Last Straw
05 Ain’t Life Grand
06 End of the Show

Recorded By: Coloartist
Seeded By: Bennett Schwartz

Photos and text courtesy of Widespread Panic / Brown Cat

Widespread Panic
April 3, 1996
Von Braun Civic Center
Huntsville, AL.

Set I:
01: Crowd/Tuning 00:32
02: Better Off > 05:23
03: Pigeons 10:15
04: LGDTB > 04:24
05: Radio Child > 06:09
06: Pilgrims > 06:41
07: Solace > 01:37
08: 1×1 05:05
09: Maggot Brain > 08:08
10: Can’t Get High 04:21
11: Sandbox 04:44
12: Papa’s Home 10:12

Set II:
01: Crowd/Tuning 00:44
02: Diner > 13:18
03: Porch Song > 03:39
04: Pleas 05:54
05: I’m Not Alone > 06:08
06: Tie Your Shoes > 07:41
07: Arleen > 14:20
08: Vacation > 09:33
09: Drums > 06:11
01: Guilded Splinters > 10:49
02: Blackout Blues > 05:52
03: Contentment Blues > 06:08
04: Love Tractor 06:27
05: Crowd

Encore:
06: Can’t Find My Way Home 06:06

[First ‘Sandbox’; ‘Satisfied’ rap during ‘Arleen’]

Thanks to Haney Jones for his masters and Alan Saferstein for getting them to me and starting this project!

Source:
Set I – FOB Schoeps CMC6 > Sonosax > D10 Pro

Set II – Matrix (60% FOB Schoeps CMC6 > Sonosax > D10 Pro, 40% DSBD)
Converted, Edited and Seeded by Harvey Couch

Be sure to check out the Officially Released Multi-track Archive release of this show…

The Making of Huntsville 96 by Chris Rabold

Part 1
Part 2
Part 3

Liner Notes by Horace Moore

Widespread Panic’s live music has always moved me….both down the highway and to the core…and continues to be an undeniable force and inspiration in my life. I love how a live show presents a musical experience that becomes enveloped in the feel of the moment – whether you’re part of the audience…or the band. Complete and total satisfaction from that synergy is what we always hope to take with us when we leave the venue and head to our next destination…..be it home or the next show. The chance of capturing that lightning again is what brings us back. That feeling of being better off just because of being there.

When we find ourselves lucky enough to attend those shows that make that mark, live recordings become a vehicle to capture that experience all over again. Thankfully, those same recordings become a potential source of inspiration for those of us who weren’t able to make the trip. And that’s when a performance really begins its journey….and gets its chance to fit that epic definition. It’s having that music live on that gives those that didn’t make it to the show the ability to be inspired and satisfied and dance right along with those that did.

Most of us could reel off a few dozen shows that are our favorites even though we might have been a continent away when the performance actually went down. That disappointment of missing out can be overwhelming. By and by, however, that frustration has the opportunity to be replaced by the very real feeling that you were actually there…and that’s the point. Maybe you’ve been there all along, because isn’t it really all about the whole journey anyway? Musical journeys don’t necessarily end with the last note of the night. Not for a long shot and maybe not forever.

So, what is it about this Huntsville, AL show back in 1996 that takes on so much meaning? What really happened there that night? Whatever it was it moved more than the 2,582 in attendance…that’s for sure. And for much longer than the 3 ½ hours the band was onstage. Whether 4/3/96 was someone’s 1st or 250th show, or even if they didn’t see the band for the first time until a few years later, this show continues to hit the note.

For the record, I was not there, but also fell for this show a long time ago. It’s never quit on me and has been the focus of much enjoyment and many conversations over the years. To provide a glimpse of what it was that did go down in Huntsville that night….and what certainly continues on today through this recording, I thought I’d share the passion that comes through my email address…so read on. And take a listen. Be inspired….and satisfied. And you too will be better off.

Horace Moore

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Widespread Panic
2001-07-29
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
Pelham, AL.

Set 1:

01. Bowlegged Woman
02. Space Wrangler >
03. Walkin’ (For Your Love) >
04. Little Lilly >
05. I’m Not Alone
06. Sleeping Man
07. Don’t Tell The Band >
08. Visiting Day >
09. Henry Parsons Died

Set 2:

01. Travelin’ Light
02. Thought Sausage
03. Sharon >
04. North >
05. Stop Breakin’ Down Blues >
06. Pilgrims >
07. Diner >
08. Pilgrims >
09. Drums * >
01. Stir It Up * >
02. Give

Encore:

03. The Wind Cries Mary *
04. Climb To Safety * >
05. Porch Song

* with Dr. Arvin Scott on percussion

[‘Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)’ rap by JB during ‘Bowlegged Woman’; ‘Cities On Flame With Rock And Roll’ tease by Dave before ‘Travelin’ Light’; ‘Riders On The Storm’ tease by JoJo during ‘Sharon’; ‘China Cat Sunflower’ jams before ‘Pilgrims’ and ‘Stir It Up’; ‘Third Stone From The Sun’ jam by Dave and ‘Dark Star’ jam after ‘Drums’; Last ‘Stir It Up’ – ??/??/86, 1835 shows]

Source: AKG 481

2001-07-29

Photo courtesy of Widespread Panic / Brown Cat

This show is available as an official WP Archives Multitrack release

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Widespread Panic Compilation
04/26-28/02
Oak Mtn,
Pelham, AL

Genesis,
Trouble,
Down,
This Part of Town,
Gradle,
Cant Find My Way Home>
Vacation,
Driving Song>
Breathing Slow>
No Sugar,
Don’t Be Denied

Bohannon’s Oak Mtn Comp Taken from Oak Mtn April 26-28, 2002

BONUS (from Red Rocks 6-30-02):
Let’s Get the Show on the Road

Source:
Tascam DA-302

Widespread Panic
2011-05-20
Hangout Stage
Hangout Music Fest
Gulf Shores, Alabama

One Set:

01. Intro/Tuning
02. Pigeons >
03. Bust It Big >
04. Mr. Soul
05. Cotton Was King
06. True To My Nature
07. Ain’t Life Grand >
08. Who Do You Belong To?
09. Ride Me High* >
10. Stop Breakin’ Down Blues*
11. Surprise Valley >
12. Drums >
13. Surprise Valley >
14. Blue Indian >
15. Saint Ex >
16. You Should Be Glad
17. Fairies Wear Boots >
18. Driving Song >
19. Blight >
20. Driving Song >
21. North

* with Warren Haynes on guitar

Source: Josephson’s C42MP
Taped & Transferred by: Daniel Kopp

* A Team Dirty South Recording *

Photo by Ian Rawn

Widespread Panic
Hangout Music Festival
Gulf Shores, Alabama
5/20/2011

Set

01 Tuning/Greeting
02 Pigeons >
03 Bust It Big >
04 Mr. Soul
05 Cotton Was King
06 True To My Nature
07 Ain’t Life Grand >
08 Who Do You Belong To?
09 *Ride Me High >
10 *Stop Breakin’ Down
01 Surprise Valley >
02 Drum Solo >
03 Surprise Valley >
04 Jam >
05 Blue Indian >
06 St. Ex >
07 You Should Be Glad
08 Fairies Wear Boots >
09 Drivin’ Song >
10 Blight >
11 Drivin’ Song >
12 North

* With Warren Haynes On Guitar

This Is The Webcast. Between Songs You Can Hear The Wind Blowing On The Stage Mics, But Very Listenable.

Source: I-Clips
Recorded By: Z-Man

Widespread Panic
Birmingham Jefferson Convention Complex
Birmingham, Alabama
4/15/2011

1st Set

01 Greeting/Tuning
02 Pigeons >
03 North >
04 Hatfield >
05 Riders On The Storm >
06 Bust It Big >
07 Walk On The Flood
08 Saint Ex
09 Blackout Blues >
10 Feelin’ Alright

2nd Set

01 Little Kin >
02 Strange Times
03 Provin’ Ground >
04 Big Wooly Mammoth >
05 Jam >
06 Drum Solo >
01 Jam >
02 Mercy >
03 Jam >
04 Provin’ Ground >
05 Blight >
06 Drivin’ Song >
07 Disco >
08 Drivin’ Song >
09 Holden Oversoul

Encore:

10 Expiration Day >
11 Wonderin’ >
12 Porch Song

Source: Schoeps CCM4V’S(din)>Lunatec V2>Benchmark AD2K>Sound Devices 722 (24/48)
Recorded By: Z-Man

Widespread Panic
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
Pelham, Alabama
4/16/2011

1st Set

01 Greeting/Tuning
02 Chilly Water >
03 Drum Solo >
04 Impossible >
05 Contentment Blues >
06 B Of D >
07 Chily Water
08 Down On The Farm
09 Under The Radar Jam >
10 Shut Up And Drive >
11 Protein Drink >
12 Sewing Machine

2nd Set

01 Tuning
02 All Time Low >
03 Jam >
04 Blue Indian
05 That Don’t Make It Junk
06 Good People >
07 Dark Bar >
08 Good People
09 Ain’t Life Grand >
10 Jam >
11 New Speedway Boogie
01 Jack
02 Red Hot Mama >
03 Tie Your Shoes >
04 Red Hot Mama >
05 Henry Parsons Died

Encore:

06 JB Bantor
07 Pilgrims >
08 Conrad The Caterpillar

Source: Schoeps CCM4V’S(din)>Lunatec V2>Benchmark AD2K>Sound Devices 722 (24/48)
Recorded By: Z-Man

Widespread Panic
Von Braun Civic Center
Huntsville, AL
2001-04-27

set 1
01 Intro
02 Disco >
03 Wondering >
04 Greta >
05 Do What You Like >
06 Stop Breakin’ Down Blues
07 I’m Not Alone >
08 Ride Me High >
09 You Got Yours >
10 Thought Sausage

set 2
01 Intro
02 Give >
03 Dyin’ Man
04 Jack >
05 Surprise Valley >
06 Papa’s Home >
01 Drums >
02 Tie Your Shoes >
03 Papa’s Home
04 Pickin’ Up The Pieces >
05 Henry Parsons Died

E:
06 Dream Song
07 Chunk Of Coal

source: Schoeps mk41v
recorded and seeded: charles fox

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Widespread Panic
July 23, 1998
Oak Mountain Ampitheatre
Pelham, AL

Set 1
01) Take Out >
02) Hope In A Hopeless World >
03) Send Your Mind >
04) Drivin’ >
05) Knockin’ Around The Zoo >
06) Drivin’ >
07) Weight Of The World
08) Christmas Katie >
09) Radio Child

Set 2
01) Love Tractor >
02) Dyin’ Man
03) Low rider >
04) Pilgrims >
05) Makes Sense To Me
06) Pickin’ Up The Pieces >
07) Ride Me High >
08) Drums
01) Drums and Bass >
02) Pigeons

Encore
03) C Brown

Source: AKG 483 (ORTF) > Oade M248 > SBM-1
Recorded by Max Hester
Transfer by Max Hester

tuscaloosa

Widespread Panic
February 9, 1991
College Station
Tuscaloosa, AL

Disc One
01 Intro Tuning
02 Weight of the World
03 Conrad
04 Fishwater
05 Space Wrangler
06 Walk On
07 The Last Straw >
08 Priving Ground
09 Holden Oversoul
10 Walkin’ (for your love) >
11 Pigeons 12 Porch Song

Disc Two
01 Intros & Tuning
02 Jam * >
03 Chilly Water *

-= Encores =-
04 Love Tractor
05 Can’t Find My Way Home

Filler (10/31/89):
06 Low Rider >
07 She Caught the Katy
08 Ball of Confusio

Notes:
* – w/ Chan Kinchla (guitar) and John Popper (harmonica) of Blues Traveler

[Blues Traveler opened]

Source: Soundboard
Taped by: DAT clone supplied courtesy of Mike Phelps
Transfer by: BobbyHurley