24

Sep

2005

Widespread Panic

Austin City Limits Festival, Austin, TX

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09/24/05 Austin City Limits Festival, Austin, TX

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Set One

Climb To Safety 372

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Bowlegged Woman 674

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Pigeons 545

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Makes Sense To Me 280

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Pilgrims 443

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Sleeping Man 375

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You Should Be Glad 451

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Love Tractor 324

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Set Two

Slippin' Into Darkness 498

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Second Skin 734

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Goin' Out West 423

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Old Neighborhood 354

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Radio Child 337

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Greta 593

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Solid Rock 388

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Drums 217

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Stop Breakin' Down 412

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Fishwater 635

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Encore

This Part of Town 308

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All Time Low 290

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Show Notes
  • Slippin' Into Darkness with Steve Lopez on percussion
  • Drums with Phil Bass on percussion
  • Stop Breakin' Down Blues and Fishwater with Phil Bass on percussion and Robert Randolph on pedal steel guitar
  • The first 10:40 of Set One contains minor audio imperfections
  • Reviews for this item

    mtn jams 2/24/2006 2:52:45 PM

    "Brownacid, the sickest second skin of the summer and fall took place 7.01.05 @ McCall, ID. Not to mention a very sick, bayou lena, chainsaw, et al. this was their last stop in the rocky mtns, hence the surprise, heaven. ACL was great, warm and dusty, don`t forget your bandana`s so that you can breathe next yr. Nice Stop breakin down w/ RR"

    tcs675 11/2/2005 1:05:39 PM

    "All in all a good show. First set was decent but they made up for it with the second set. Schools was on the entire night. "

    Brownacidproject 10/23/2005 7:24:49 PM

    "This was my second Panic show, the first being this past Jazz Fest. I became the fan I am today after the ACL show. One of the greatest, dare I say it, jams I have ever witnessed was Second Skin. I could not believe what I was hearing and only wanted it to last forever. The glowsticks might have seemed like a good idea and well timed, but as usual someone has to take it to far, thanks high schoolers. But overall fantastic and moving experience. I look forward to seeing them over and over and over. Thanks for taking the time to show the world another way guys."

    youshine 10/21/2005 3:51:24 PM

    "1st of all this was my 32nd Panic show and it was awesome. Nothing will compare to the Mikey days but as for the new George days this was up there with one of the best that I have seen. Definitely better than the Saturday and Sunday Red Rocks show that I was at. I was blown away by this show. I am anticipating a great run at the Fillmore back at my home turf. My final thought is in regards to johnnya67. You are right on with your assessment about the sound. I have been recording concerts since 1996. I know that the band did a matrix recording of this show. Something must have gone wrong and they either had the main house mix turned down and the mic feed turned way up. Because this 2nd set recording sounds like an audience recording. What we don’t know is weather the main feed died out or a recording deck went bad and they used just the mic feed. Can anyone from WSP confirm this if you are reading? All and all I am happy to have a decent copy of the show. Thanks for good times, "

    ACASS 10/12/2005 11:59:19 PM

    "First show, I stood at the rail in the School`s Zone. Best time ever, converted two newbies. The beach balls were a distraction, and I felt a bad when a light stick hit JB in the head, but other then that, I really enjoyed the show and was happy that the boys busted out tunes such as Pigeons, Bowlegged, Climb 2, Love Tractor, Goin` out West, All Time Low, and Makes Sense."