11

Jun

2005

Widespread Panic

Bonnaroo Music Festival , Manchester, TN

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06/11/05 Bonnaroo Music Festival , Manchester, TN

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Set One

Second Skin 687

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Pigeons 538

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Henry Parsons Died 416

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Papa Johnny Road 354

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Goodpeople 343

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Bust It Big 418

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Chilly Water 536

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Thin Air (Smells Like Mississippi) 584

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Christmas Katie 473

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Action Man 284

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Set Two

Conrad the Caterpillar 537

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Hatfield 775

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Climb To Safety 381

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Holden Oversoul 648

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I Walk On Guilded Splinters 838

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Doreatha 455

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May Your Glass Be Filled 271

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Surprise Valley 730

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Tie Your Shoes 615

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Papa's Home 578

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Drums 535

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Papa's Home 76

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Big Wooly Mammoth 340

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Love Tractor 338

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Encore

Maggot Brain 641

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Solid Rock 527

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Come Together 344

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Show Notes
  • photos courtesy of Jeff Kravitz

  • Guilded Splinters and Doreatha with Warren Haynes on guitar

  • Drums with Hunter Williams on djembe and Matt Abts on percussion

  • Maggot Brain through Come Together with Warren Haynes on guitar and Danny Louis on keyboards

  • first Solid Rock

  • first Come Together

  • Reviews for this item

    Evan 9/13/2005 12:30:50 AM

    "Absolutly a great show from start to finish, I`ve also taken an interest in all this DMB bashing. DMB is a fine band, I really took a likeing to them ever before Panic, but some of you are right in the aspect of uneventful DMB shows. In the beginning of DMB, shows were amazing and filled with that same uncertinty that any Panic show brings. Somewhere along the way Dave and Co. lost that raw essence which made their music great. They`ve become too refined and polished and have forgotton how to jam like the kings, I speak of Panic of course. I feel sort of a loss but I`ll always have Panic to set me right everytime. Long live "The Spread" and Dave, STOP WRITING SHITTY SONGS AND GET BACK TO YOUR ROOTS!!!!"

    Vincent Vega 9/1/2005 4:34:18 PM

    "Wow! where to begin. The whole Bonnaroo atmosphere already makes any show a great show, however Panic melted me away both nights at B-Roo. Conrad, Christmas Katie, Surprise Valley, Big Wooly Mammoth, the set list was unbelievable. Tie your shoes is worth the download alone with some of the tastiest bass I have heard from Schools yet. "

    dogstar2012 8/28/2005 5:53:40 AM

    "This is a great show. I Walk on Guilded Splinters with Warren is the best thing I`ve heard in a lomg time. Download this show. ...and to the guy posting re: DMB. DMB sucks. Long live WSP."

    JD 7/28/2005 8:52:52 PM

    "Bonnaroo was my first eye opener to "The Spread", as all my friends would say who have been following them for years. I`ve been to alot of other band`s concerts, none compared to this one. I honestly do not care who any of the band members are. The music, the people, the energy... UNDESCRIBABLE! Thanks for the great music!"

    jstratig 7/26/2005 11:36:44 AM

    "I don`t understand how you can like WSP and not respect or enjoy a DMB show. Just because there are different populations of people at shows, doesn`t mean you need to get on your high horse. Music is music and WSP is my favorite band, but you cannot deny that the DMB might be the second best live show out there."