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Widespread Panic
06-21-16
Orpheum Theater,
Omaha, NE

set 1:

01 Glory
02 Greta>
03 Walk On
04 Tickle the Truth
05 Worry
06 Shut Up And Drive
07 Tail Dragger
08 Flicker>
09 Makes Sense To Me

Set 2:

01 Weak Brain, Narrow Mind>
02 Weight Of The World
03 Solid Rock
04 I’m Not Alone
05 Party At Your Mama’s House>
06 Ribs and Whiskey
07 Red Beans
08 Surprise Valley>
09 Drums>
10 Surprise Valley>
11 Proving Ground>
12 Mr. Soul

13 Crowd
14 Me And The Devil Blues
15 Heaven

Source: CA-14 Omni (AB) > Grand Tier Balcony Center > 9100 > Tascam DR-70D > Audacity > Cdwave
> TLH (FLAC)

recorded by Sam Darrow

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2010-07-10

Widespread Panic
Tuesday
2010-07-06
The Orpheum
Omaha, NE

Set 1:
01. [07:55] Little Lilly ->
02. [07:45] Pleas ->
03. [05:01] All Time Low
04. [05:20] Clinic Cynic
05. [05:41] Rock
06. [09:21] You Got Yours ->
07. [13:02] Stop Go
08. [05:43] Genesis
09. [04:31] Wonderin’
10. [05:59] Cotton Was King

Set 2:
01. [06:39] Crazy
02. [13:09] Rebirtha
03. [10:47] Hatfield
04. [08:29] Jaded Tourist
05. [04:38] Flicker
06. [04:52] Action Man
07. [08:42] Smokestack Lightning ->
08. [05:32] Climb To Safety ->
09. [12:12] Pigeons

Encore:
10. [04:44] Down
11. [03:27] Up All Night
12. [05:29] Walk On

Source: Neumann ak40 -> lc3 -> km100 -> Oade-mod Edirol R4 Pro (stereo .wav @ 24/48)
Recorded, DSP’d and seeded by Dustin Hassenstab

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Widespread Panic
03/24/1996
Omaha Music Hall
Omaha, NE

Set 1:
01. [10:33] Hatfield
02. [03:25] B of D ->
03. [04:16] Makes Sense To Me ->
04. [06:05] Better Off
05. [07:15] You Got Yours
06. [04:57] Little Kin
07. [10:25] Papa’s Home
08. [03:07] Send Your Mind
09. [06:30] Nobody’s Loss
10. [05:49] Walkin’

Set 2:
01. [07:56] Papa Legba
02. [03:34] Can’t Get High ->
03. [09:01] Pigeons ->
04. [10:51] Low Rider ->
05. [10:16] Mercy ->
06. [07:20] Nobody’s Fault But Mine
01. [09:10] Space Wrangler ->
02. [13:13] Diner ->
03. [02:02] Happy Child
04. [07:36] I’m Not Alone
05. [10:40] Fishwater

Encore:
06. [03:32] Sheik
07. [05:25] Mr. Soul

[First ‘Shiek’]

Source: AKG 451EB/ck1’s -> Whirlwind Phantoms -> Sony D7
Recorded and transferred by Mike Darby
DSP’d, compiled and seeded by Dustin Hassenstab

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Widespread Panic
10/26/06
Omaha Music Hall,
Omaha, NE

1: Papa Legba > Disco > One Arm Steve > Imitation Leather Shoes, Papa Johnny Road*, Arleen > Christmas Katie** > Jack > Chilly Water

2: Rock, Stop Breakin’ Down Blues, Time Zones**, You Got Yours* > Driving Song* > Holden Oversoul > Drums > Time Is Free > Driving Song* > Give

E: Vampire Blues, Knocking ‘Round The Zoo

* with John Keane on guitar
** with John Keane on pedal steel
*** with John Keane on guitar/vocals

[‘This Part of Town’ tease by JoJo before ‘Christmas Katie’; ‘Dark Star’ tease by Dave before ‘Drums’; ‘The Nutcracker Suite’ and ‘The Carol of the Bells’ teases by JoJo during ‘Time Is Free’; ‘Another One Bites The Dust’ tease by Dave before ‘Vampire Blues’]

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Widespread Panic
10/14/98
Sokol Hall,
Omaha, NE

1: West Virginia > Ain’t Life Grand, Weight Of The World, Holden Oversoul > Christmas Katie > Barstools and Dreamers > Disco > Sandbox > Just Kissed My Baby > Red Beans

2: Impossible > Chilly Water, Can’t Get High, Tall Boy > Driving Song > Party At Your Mama’s House > Driving Song > Breathing Slow > Drums > Four Cornered Room > Climb To Safety

E: Can’t Find My Way Home > Henry Parsons Died

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Widespread Panic
10-18-11
Orpheum Theatre
Omaha, NE.

Set 1

1. Intro -> :37.73
2. Glory -> 4:37.60
3. Ribs and Whiskey 7:11.41
4. Bear’s Gone Fishin’ -> 9:00.44
5. Proving Ground -> 4:41.36
6. Imitation Leather Shoes -> 4:14.36
7. Proving Ground 1:37.21
8. Casa Del Grillo -> 6:50.39
9. St. Louis -> 6:39.43
10. Shut Up And Drive 8:00.19
11. Blue Indian -> 5:21.16
12. Holden Oversoul 5:49.59

Set 2

1. One Armed Steve -> 3:48.50
2. Pleas -> Jam -> 11:49.46
3. Christmas Katie 8:51.24
1. Lil’ Kin -> 5:38.54
2. Gimme -> 9:08.52
3. Worry -> 7:02.01
4. Drums & Bass -> 11:47.19
5. Impossible Song -> 4:49.48
6. Ride Me High -> 10:08.14
7. Pilgrims -> 7:34.30
8. Cream Puff War 6:09.59

Encore

9. Help Me Somebody 5:06.30
10. Space Wrangler 8:56.20
11. “Burning Down The House” played from house P.A. 2:53.21

Gear:
Church Audio CA-11’s -> M-Audio Micro Track II
Kingston Elite Pro 133x 4GB CF 24/48.wav

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Widespread Panic
08/01/95
Ranch Bowl
Omaha, NE

set one

1. Send Your Mind >
2. Pigeons
3. Little Kin
4. 1 x 1 >
5. Heroes >
6. Tie Your Shoes >
7. Wondering
8. Disco >
9. Bowlegged Woman

set two

1. Tuning
2. Let’s Get Down To Business
3. Space Wrangler >
4. Walkin’ (For Your Love)
5. Diner >
6. Driving Song
7. L.a.
8. Driving Song >
9. Pilgrims >
10. Coconut >
11. Makes Sense To Me

Encore:

1. Tacos >
2. Mr. Soul

notes:
– First ‘Tacos’

source: DSBD
transfer and seeded by gordon wilson

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Widespread Panic
07/13/99
Ranch Bowl,
Omaha, NE

1: Pleas > One Arm Steve, Papa Legba, Disco > Rock > Junior, Pickin’ Up The Pieces, Conrad

2: Bowlegged Woman > Henry Parsons Died, Holden Oversoul > Tie Your Shoes

[Police stopped the show during ‘Tie Your Shoes’]

Also listen to the next night in Kansas City when the band opened with a TYS jam…

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This show available as an official WP Archives Porch Songs Release
Photos and text courtesy of Widespread Panic / Brown Cat

Widespread Panic
07/01/97
Ranch Bowl,
Omaha, NE

1: Galleon > Do What You Like > Better Off, Radio Child, 1 x 1 > C. Brown > Sandbox > Just Kissed My Baby > Makes Sense To Me
2: Dirty Business, Ain’t Life Grand, L.a. > Tall Boy > Aunt Avis > Tie Your Shoes > Bear’s Gone Fishin’ > Drums > Contentment Blues > Proving Ground
E: Feelin’ Alright

[First ‘Bear’s Gone Fishin”; Played on a sand volleyball court; Instrumental ‘Bear’s Gone Fishin”; ‘Night People’ rap during ‘Just Kissed My Baby’; Soundcheck: ‘Bear’s Gone Fishin”, ‘She Caught The Katy’; Yellowman played on a separate stage inside the bar]

Available as a WP Archives Porch Songs release

Horace’s notes:

Ranch Bowl |Omaha, NE | July 1, 1997

1997 brought us some stellar shows from all corners of the United States…Washington to Florida to Maine to California…but that’s not all… as 1997 now brings us the 10th Porch Song release…with the Ranch Bowl in Omaha, Nebraska on July 1, 1997.  Coming off an amazing spring tour, the boys were in gear and ready to blaze their way across the summer.  Right in the middle of the country in the middle of the year, we find ourselves hanging out in a sandbox in an Omaha venue that no longer exists.

Held on a sand volleyball court, this Ranch Bowl experience begins with everyone aboard for the Galleon opener and ready for the first of many seamless segues…with the band taking us right on into Do What You Like and then Better Off.  Toward the end of this opening set, we get the obviously appropriate Sandbox followed by a great Just Kissed My Baby. Loaded with inspirational playing and vocals, this first set was certainly a precursor of more good things to come.

Leading off the second set, we get all into it right of the bat with a Dirty Business that was just that.  After finding their spot into Ain’t Life Grand…from L.a. on, the boys find magical ways to tie the loose ends together and move as one til the end of the set.  Along the way, we find jams from Tall Boy into Aunt Avis and then into Tie Your Shoesthat really hit a high mark before the band effortlessly slips into the first ever instrumental Bear’s Gone Fishing.  Coming out of the drums finds everyone content to just jump into the middle of the river…if there was only one to jump into! After two incendiary sets, the “fairly rare by then” encore, Feelin’ Alright caps off a perfect night of Panic in the heartland.

Keep in mind that when listening to these Porch Song releases, what you’re really hearing is a recording of what came through the house speakers the night of the show…so there is no post-show engineering opportunity to dial in each instrument and vocal to perfection as there is with the Widespread Panic Multitrack Releases. What you’ll also find on these Porch Song recordings is the occasional digital noise or static resulting from the onstage recording process and/or the ravages of tape degradation. In this 10th release, we’re stuck with a small spot or two in Sandbox and Tallboy, but as always, we’ve preserved what we could, doctored up what we’ve been able to…and, in this ongoing process, refuse to let a random blemish prevent the spreading of this amazing music.  So, sit back, settle in and let this band take you on another incredible journey.

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