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Widespread Panic
10-15-10
The Fox Theatre
Oakland, CA

Set 1:
01 intro
02 From The Cradle >
03 Tall Boy >
04 Bear’s Gone Fishin >
05 Cream Puff War
06 Diner >
07 Greta >
08 Christmas Katie >
09 Radio Child
10 Time Waits
11 Saint Ex >
12 Chainsaw City

Set 2:
01 Second Skin >
02 Protein Drink >
03 Shut Up And Drive >
04 Sewing Machine
05 Barstools & Dreamers >
06 Drumz >
07 Drumz n Bass >
08 Machine >
09 This Part Of Town >
10 Chilly Water
11 Crowd

Encore:
12 Jaded Tourist
13 Aint Life Grand

Source:Schoeps MK22>kwon-NOS>KC5>CMC6>V3>KindKables XLR-mini XLR>744T (HPF 0) 24/48
Recorded by Bennett Schwartz

 

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Widespread Panic
05/21/93
Fox Theater,
Atlanta, GA

0: Space Wrangler > Walkin’ (For Your Love), Pleas, Henry Parsons Died, Papa’s Home, Better Off, It Ain’t No Use, C. Brown, Pilgrims, Wondering, Hatfield > Drums > Chilly Water
E1: Porch Song, Pickin’ Up The Pieces* > Proving Ground*
E2: Postcard

* with Matt Mundy on mandolin

[‘Porch Song’ JB and Mike; Col. Bruce Hampton & the Aquarium Rescue Unit opened]

Widespread Panic
05/05/05
Fox Theatre
St. Louis, MO

Set 1
1. PIGEONS>
2. PLEAS>
3. WHO DO YOU BELONG TO?
4. C. BROWN>
5. STOP BREAKIN’ DOWN
6. SLEEPING MAN
7. TIME ZONES>
8. WEIGHT OF THE WORLD>
9. DAISY MAE>
10. FISH20> DRUMS> FISH20

Set 2
1. TALL BOY>
2. LOVE TRACTOR>
3. LITTLE LILLY/JAM>
4. DRIVIN’ SONG>
5. SECOND SKIN>
6. THIN AIR>
7. DRIVIN’ SONG>
8. HOLDEN OVERSOUL>
9. MR. FANTASY>
1. ALL TIME LOW

Encore:
2. RUN FOR YOUR LIFE
3. AIN’T LIFE GRAND

Source: MBHO 603A/KA200N
Taped by: Josh Simpson

Widespread Panic
05/08/06
Fox Theater,
Atlanta, GA

1: Contentment Blues, One Arm Steve, Disco, Space Wrangler*, Party At Your Mama’s House*, Goin’ Out West**, Junco Partner***, Christmas Katie***, Thought Sausage

2: Life During Wartime***, North*, Mercy, Nebulous, Drums, Monstrosity, Casa Del Grillo, I’m Not Alone, Slippin’ Into Darkness****, Henry Parsons Died, Bowlegged Woman*

E: Little Lilly, Papa’s Home > Rock > Papa’s Home

* with John Keane on pedal steel
** with John Keane on guitar, Randall Bramblett on saxophone
*** with Randall Bramblett on saxophone
**** with Steve Lopez on percussion

Taped and Tranferred: Jon Buffington

Widespread Panic
04/21/2000
Fox Theatre
St. Louis, MO

Disc 1
Set 1:
01. [00:28] Intro
02. [04:24] Action Man ->
03. [08:17] Greta ->
04. [06:08] Better Off ->
05. [07:36] C. Brown
06. [04:28] Imitation Leather Shoes ->
07. [10:14] Pigeons
08. [04:15] The Waker
09. [03:39] Down ->
10. [09:40] Fishwater

Set 2:
11. [04:10] All Time Low ->
12. [07:16] Travelin’ Light
01. [08:32] Ain’t Life Grand ->
02. [08:17] Bowlegged Woman ->
03. [09:09] Blight ->
04. [07:18] Surprise Valley ->
05. [15:14] Drums ->
06. [01:51] Surprise Valley ->
07. [07:29] Red Hot Mama ->
08. [09:13] Love Tractor

Encore:
09. [04:43] Dream Song ->
10. [04:18] Cream Puff War

Source: AKG 451EB/ck1’s -> Tascam DA-P1
Recorded and transferred by Mike Darby
DSP’d, compiled and seeded by Dustin Hassenstab

Widespread Panic
1996-12-30
Fox Theater
Atlanta, GA

SET I:
01. Introduction from the archive 00:37
02. Little Kin 05:10
03. Travelin’ Light [1] 06:36
04. Glory [2] > 03:30
05. Heroes > 05:19
06. Rock 07:09
07. B of D [1] > 03:14
08. Sleepy Monkey [1] > 07:58
09. Holden Oversoul > 08:12
10. Genesis [3] > 06:15
11. Blackout Blues [4] 07:16

SET II:
12. Love Tractor 06:58
13. You Got Yours 06:30
14. I’m Not Alone 06:11
15. Henry Parsons Died 06:35
16. Gradle 05:08
17. Junior [5] > Jam [5] > 12:55
18. It Ain’t No Use [5] > Jam [5] > 15:54
19. Driving Song [6] > 04:22
20. Drums [1] > 09:16
21. Jam [7] > 02:43
22. Driving Song [7] > 03:50
23. Ain’t Life Grand [3] 05:19

ENCORE
24. Fab Fox ‘Fess Jam [8] > Jam [9] > 11:03
25. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl [10] > 09:14
26. Outro from the archive 01:02

Dream Song [NOT INCLUDED – TAPE CUT]

[1] with Count Mbutu on percussion
[2] with John Keane on pedal steel
[3] with David Blackmon on fiddle, John Keane on pedal steel
[4] with David Blackmon on fiddle, John Keane on guitar
[5] with Chuck Leavell on keyboards, Count Mbutu on percussion
[6] with Count Mbutu on percussion, David Blackmon on fiddle
[7] with David Blackmon on fiddle
[8] with Chuck Leavell on keyboards, Dan Matrazzo on keyboards
[9] with Chuck Leavell on keyboards, Col. Bruce Hampton on guitar, Count Mbutu on percussion, Dan Matrazzo on keyboards, David Blackmon on fiddle
[10] with Chuck Leavell on keyboards, Col. Bruce Hampton on guitar/vocals, Count Mbutu on percussion, Dan Matrazzo on keyboards, David Blackmon on fiddle, John Keane on pedal steel

[Only ‘Fab Fox ‘Fess Jam’]

SOURCE: official DSBD/audience mix -> 192 kpbs mp3 [archive podcast] 231 MB

Widespread Panic
Fox Theatre
Boulder, CO
1/20/1996

SBD/AUD Matrix (50/50)

Set One:
01. Intro
02. Let’s Get The Show On The Road*
03. Vacation*
04. Rock*
05. Weight Of The World
06. Stop-Go*
07. Help Me Somebody*
08. C. Brown*
09. Pusherman
10. Rebirtha
11. Space Wrangler

Set Two:
01. Intro
02. The Take Out*
03. Chunk O’ Coal*
04. Genesis*
05. Sleepy Monkey
06. Airplane
07. And It Stoned Me
08. Climb To Safety**
09. Chainsaw City**
10. Papa’s Home
11. Drums
12. Papa’s Home
13. Porch Song*

Encore:
14. Goin’ Out West*
15. End Of The Show*
16. Mr. Soul*

*w/ David Blackmon On fiddle
**w/ Jerry Joseph on giutar/vocals

First Climb To Safety
First Goin’ Out West
Let’s Get The Show On The Road – JB, Mike, and David Blackmon on fiddle
The Take Out – Mike, Sunny, and David Blackmon on fiddle
Airplane – followed by Take Off Jam
Jerry Joseph opened

**********************************************************
AUD Source: SHN ID# 99574
Taped, Transfered, & Seeded By:Michael Wilker
Source: EV-RE20’s~>SBM1~>D8

SBD Source: SHN ID# 80732
SBD > DA-P20 @ 48.0khz
Transferred, Edited, and Seeded by D.P. Swint

Matrix By Pazh

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Widespread Panic
01/19/96
Fox Theater,
Boulder, CO

1: Waiting For The Wind To Blow Down The Tree In My Backyard, Can’t Get High, Travelin’ Light, Pleas, Send Your Mind, You Got Yours, Hatfield, The Last Straw, B of D, Sleeping Man*

2: Ribs And Whiskey, I Walk On Guilded Splinters*, Ain’t Life Grand*, Happy Child, Driving Song* > City of Dreams* > Driving Song*, Nobody’s Loss*, Dream Song, Let’s Get Down To Business, Gradle, Postcard, Chilly Water

E: Junior, Flat Foot Flewzy

* with David Blackmon on fiddle

[First ‘Nobody’s Loss’, Only ‘Waiting For The Wind To Blow Down The Tree In My Backyard’; Sit & Ski Tour; ‘Waiting For The Wind To Blow Down The Tree In My Backyard’ Mike solo; ‘Ribs And Whiskey’ JB solo; Last ‘Ribs And Whiskey’ – 08/31/92, 480 shows]

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

1998-12-28_29_30_31a

Widespread Panic
12-31-98
Fox Theater
Atlanta, GA.

Set 1:

01. Pleas >
02. Who Do You Belong To?
03. Genesis >
04. Weak Brain, Narrow Mind
05. Pickin’ Up The Pieces
06. I’m Not Alone
07. Knocking ‘Round The Zoo

Set 2:

08. Chilly Water >
09. Jack >
10. Chilly Water
01. Aunt Avis >
02. Impossible >
03. Let It Rock
04. All Time Low
05. Wondering >
06. Coconut

Set 3:

07. Countdown
08. Ain’t Life Grand
09. Fishwater >
10. Climb To Safety
01. Diner >
02. Rebirtha >
03. Drums >
04. Over The Hills And Far Away
05. Porch Song

Encore:

06. Contentment Blues >
07. City of Dreams >
08. Red Beans

[‘Thought Sausage’ rap by JB during ‘Fishwater’]

Source: FM SBD > DAT
Transferred by Ernie Dodd. Discs provided by Drew Skiff

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1997-12-31

Widespread Panic
1997-12-31
Fox Theatre
Atlanta, GA

Set I: The History Set

01. Coconut (JB solo on acoustic)
02. Let’s Get The Show On The Road (JB solo on acoustic)
03. Wish You Were Here (JB and Mike)
04. Stop-Go (JB, Dave, and Mike)
05. Travelin’ Light (JB, Mike, Dave, and Todd)
06. Ophelia (JB, Mike, Dave, Todd, and Sunny)
07. Junior (Full Band)

Set II

01. Holden Oversoul >
02. Rock >
03. You Got Yours
04. Ride Me High >
05. Blight >
06. Papa Legba
07. Nobody’s Loss*
08. C. Brown*
09. Pigeons

Set III

01. Porch Song >
02. Arleen >
03. Greta
04. Pilgrims >
05. Diner >
06. Impossible >
07. Drums >
01. Drums >
02. Love Tractor

Encore:

03. City of Dreams*
04. Mr. Soul

* with John Keane on pedal steel

Slow ‘Porch Song’; Last ‘Ophelia’ – 01/11/91, 945 shows; Last ‘Wish You Were Here’ – 09/23/88, 1264 shows

Source: 2nd row akg 414 TL2 (omni) > oade m248 > sbm1 > d8
Taped by Wes Taf, DAT from JJ Clifton
Transferred by Steve Porcari, Seeded by Jason Grant

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Widespread Panic
1996-12-31
Fox Theatre
Atlanta, GA.

Set 1:

01 Crowd intro >
02 C. Brown *
03 And It Stoned Me
04 Can’t Get High
05 Westport Ferry (Not Berkeley CA) **
06 Blight **
07 Sleeping Man **
08 Aunt Avis **
09 Nobody’s Loss *
10 Space Wrangler

Set 2:

01. Intro >
02. Barstools and Dreamers
03. A of D >
04. Hatfield
05. Better Off
06. Pigeons
07. Happy >
08. Pilgrims
09. Papa Legba

Set 3:

01. Intro >
02. New Years Countdown >
03. Hope In A Hopeless World
04. Tall Boy
05. Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys
06. Airplane > Jam >
07. Papa’s Home >
01. Drums >
02. Papa’s Home >
03. Entering A Black Hole Backwards >
04. Chilly Water >
05. Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin >
06. Chilly Water

Encore:

07. Porch Song ***
08. Mr. Soul

* with John Keane on pedal steel
** with Vic Chesnutt on guitar/vocals
*** Slow ‘Porch Song’

Source: AKG 461
Taped, Transferred & Seeded by DATBRAD

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.