Power Outage

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Widespread Panic
06/29/05
Big Sky Brewing Amphitheatre
Missoula, MT

1: Contentment Blues > Makes Sense To Me, One Arm Steve, Dirty Business > Worry, Pickin’ Up The Pieces, Tortured Artist, Sleeping Man, Old Neighborhood

2: Drums* > Coconut*, Let It Bleed, Proving Ground > Four Cornered Room > Nebulous > Smokestack Lightning > Proving Ground > You Should Be Glad, The Last Straw > Red Hot Mama, North

E: Nobody’s Loss, Cream Puff War

* with Ben Griffin on percussion

[‘Drums’ began Sunny only on Todd’s kit; Power outage at the end of ‘Contentment Blues’ into the beginning of ‘Makes Sense To Me’; Last ‘Smokestack Lightning’ – 02/07/91, 1537 shows]

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riley-park

Widespread Panic
July 17, 1998
Joe Riley Stadium
Charleston, SC

Set I

01 Intro Tuning
02 Send Your Mind >
03 Worry
04 Gradle >
05 Dying Man
06 Love Tractor >
07 Driving Song >
08 Arleen >
09 Driving Song
10 Postcard

Set II

01 Intro Tuning
02 Proving Ground >
03 Heaven
04 Ride Me High >
05 Radio Child
06 Aint No Use >
07 Blight >
08 Greta >
09 Drums >
10 Henry Parsons Died

Encore

01 Crowd
02 Disco
03 Bowlegged Woman *

* – Power Outage

Notes: Travelin’ Light Tour; Leftover Salmon, G. Love & Special Sauce, and Guster opened; the show was held in a fairly new minor league baseball park (Charleston Riverdogs); the band was set up in center field playing inward facing home plate; the rain let up just prior to the band’s performance, but windy conditions persisted throughout; thanks to Bobby Moore for the patch and the loan of his masters for transfer

Source: (FOB/dfc) AKG 483 (x,y) > Oade m248 > Sony SBM-1 @ 48 KHz
Taped by: Bobby Moore
Transfer by: BobbyHurley

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JacksonZoo

Widespread Panic
Jackson Zoo
Jackson, MS
July 30, 1994

Set I
01. Junior >
02. Porch Song
03. Pickin’ Up The Pieces >
04. Henry Parsons Died
05. Weight Of The World
06. Little Kin
07. Makes Sense To Me
08. Pilgrims >
09. Papa Legba
10. Blackout
11. Conrad

Set II
01. Pigeons >
02. Wondering
03. Hatfield
04. Fishwater
05. Ain’t Life Grand*

* with Samantha Woods on vocals

[Power outage after ‘Ain’t Life Grand’; Soul Pocket and White Buffalo opened]

Source: SBD
Converted and edited by D.P. Swint

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1994-castletown

Widespread Panic
Glennbrook Gym, Castletown State College
Castletown, VT
March 12, 1994

Set
01. Makes Sense To Me >
02. Rock
03. Just Kissed My Baby >
04. Wonderin’
05. C. Brown
06. Jack
07. Holden Oversoul//(power outage)
08. Drums >
09. Holden Oversoul >
10. Porch Song
01. Henry Parsons Died >
02. Little Kin
03. Pickin’ Up The Pieces >
04. Pleas >
05. Pigeons
06. Flat Foot Flewzy

Encore
07. Ain’t Life Grand >
08. Dream Song

[‘Night People’ rap during ‘Just Kissed My Baby’; Power outage during ‘Holden Oversoul’; Col. Bruce Hampton & the Aquarium Rescue Unit opened]

Notes:
-d1t07 fade added at power outage.
-d1t08 fade in added, dropout @ 00:01 fixed
Edits made in Sound Forge 7.0 by Patrick Wood

Source : SBD > DA-P20 @ 48.0khz
Converted and edited by D.P. Swint
Seeded by Patrick Wood

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Widespread Panic
11/09/96
Baseball Field,
Brevard County Fair,
Cocoa, FL

1: Rebirtha, Makes Sense To Me, Pickin’ Up The Pieces, Radio Child, Dear Mr. Fantasy, Diner > I’m Not Alone, Goin’ Out West, Blackout Blues

2: Tall Boy, Blight, Travelin’ Light > Help Me Somebody, B of D > Greta > The Last Straw > Ain’t Life Grand > Drums > Chilly Water

E: Hope In A Hopeless World

[‘Rebirtha’ > power juggling > ‘Rebirtha’ (in the jam); ‘Take Me Out To The Ballgame’ jam by JoJo during the power outage]

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Widespread Panic
1999-07-02
High Sierra Music Fest
Bear Valley, CA

set I
1. Wonderin > Send Your Mind
2. Blackout Blues
3. Holden Oversoul > Dirty Business >
4. Big Woolly Mammoth > Makes Sense To Me

set II
1. Surprise Valley > Space Wrangler >
2. All Time Low
3. Fishwater >
4. Goin Out West > Drums* >
5. Contentment Blues >
6. Porch Song

Encore:
7. Climb to Safety**

Comment
* with Brad Rosen (Jerry Joseph and the Jackmormons) on percussion, Jeff Sipe [a.k.a. Apt. Q258] (Leftiver Salmon) on kit
** with Jerry Joseph on guitar/vocals

[Power outstage during ‘Send Your Mind’]

source: unknown audience recording

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Widespread Panic
The Cave
Dahlenoga, GA.
1990-06-02

SET ONE:

01. Porch Song
02. Space Wrangler
03. Walk On
04. She Caught The Katy
05. C. Brown
06. Love Tractor
07. Tarvelin’ Light
08. Ain’t No Use ->
09. Mr Soul ->
10. Drums & Bass ->
11. Jam ->
12. Chilly Water

SET TWO:

13. The Earth Will Swallow You ->
14. Astronomy Domine ->
15. Proving Ground
16. Rock ->
17. Jam ->
18. Driving Song ->
19. B of D ->
20. Driving Song ->
21. Stop-Go ->
22. Machine ->
23. Barstools
24. Impossible Song ->
25. I’m Not Alone
26. Contentment Blues ->
27. Coconuts (Show Stopped)

Tape flip after Travelin’ Light
Dropout during Chilly Water
Amp problems during Stop-Go (generator fizzled)
Police shut down the show right as Coconuts was starting

Show Notes:
This was an intense experience. You hiked from the parking area into the woods and to the mouth of a huge Copper mine. There were people out in the woods everywhere. They laid sawdust inside the mine to help with footing, and the electricity was provided by generators. To say that the natives were restless for the show is a huge understatement. They formed a human chain to keep people outside until the band was ready, but that fell apart when someone got pepper-sprayed. It was chaos after that, which did not help the taping process, but certainly added to the experience. During set-break, you could explore very deep inside the core of the mineshaft, which was brilliantly lit with all of the headlamps and lighters. After the show, all lights were blue, as the Police had roadblocks at all exits. Don’t say that JB didn’t warn you;)

This is not a great recording, but it is listenable and worth seeding just for the historical significance of the Cave show. Enjoy!

Source: AKG 522~> Sony D-5 (Metal Master 90)
Recorded, Mastered, Tracked, & Seeded By: Hardy Ross

1990-06-02

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