Widespread Panic

Charlottesville Pavilion

Charlottesville, VA

Sep 27, 2006

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Show Notes
  • Drums with Jeff 'Birddog' Lane and Lee Schwartz (from Outformation) on percussion

  • Gimme and Postcard with Sam Holt (from Outformation) on guitar

  • Entire show except Drums, Gimme, and Postcard with John Keane on guitars
  • Reviews

    tomgeese 11/6/2006 5:43:54 PM

    "I waited until the end of the tour. This show was "Light Fuse and Stick Around for the Fireworks". The band`s second set was so hot it could light water. Worth downloading!!!! NOW!!!!"

    Casey 10/25/2006 10:11:54 AM

    "Thanks, bluesky, hahahaha. Sorry a couple people were upset at my post, but I would like to recapitulate what bluesky was saying: that this show was amazing, the set list was unique while filled with some great classics. Stop Breakin` Down sounds great, and I wish I could download some singular versions of it without paying 10.96. That Macon show got a lot of great posts, but the recording isn`t near as good as this one. Get this show if you know what`s good for you."

    bluesky 10/25/2006 9:52:31 AM

    "Casey didn`t say this show wasn`t great. Readhis whole review. I agree with him about Outformation. They aren`t anything more than a good bar band and that is the bittersweet truth. Sorry folks. As for this show. Flawless jamming and none of the noodling that can sometimes take away from a whole set. This show was in your face, roll the windows down, rock n roll with a few heartfelt ballads thrown in. Old Joe, End of the Show. ENJOY!!"

    Home Team 10/9/2006 5:13:57 PM

    "Houston we have a problem ... sorry I couldn`t resist. LGDTB is from the next show 9-29 and yes it was smokin`, but the opening segue from this show should garner no complaints from anyone. It was great to hear the classic Take Out>Porch, Wrangler for opener. The highlight for me was the jam into and the jam out of Drums which led us to a great version of You Should Be Glad. Personally I loved the encores with Sam sittin` in, but was hoping for Sam to play more than ten minutes worth with WSP during this run. "

    Houston 10/8/2006 8:34:06 PM

    "Killer show from the LGDTB opener to the sick Red Hot Mama. Jimmy rocks and the old WSP is back. His jams give panic a whole new deminsion. Sounds as good as it was."


    Setlist at Charlottesville Pavilion, Charlottesville, VA on Sep 27, 2006

    Set One

    The Take Out 174


    Porch Song 407


    Space Wrangler 472


    Climb To Safety 437


    Papa Johnny Road 450


    Stop Breakin' Down 486


    I'm Not Alone 416


    Casa Del Grillo 431


    Tall Boy 291


    Set Two

    Thin Air (Smells Like Mississippi) 588


    Time Zones 413


    Old Joe 227


    Ain't Life Grand 1022


    Drums 603


    You Should Be Glad Jam 405


    You Should Be Glad 928


    End Of The Show 305


    Surprise Valley 502


    Red Hot Mama 496



    Gimme 339


    Postcard 311


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