Sep 27, 2006

Widespread Panic

Charlottesville Pavilion, Charlottesville, VA

09/27/06 Charlottesville Pavilion, Charlottesville, VA


Set One

The Take Out 174


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Porch Song 407


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Space Wrangler 472


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Climb To Safety 437


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Papa Johnny Road 450


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Stop Breakin' Down 486


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I'm Not Alone 416


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Casa Del Grillo 431


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Tall Boy 291


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Set Two

Thin Air (Smells Like Mississippi) 588


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Time Zones 413


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Old Joe 227


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Ain't Life Grand 1022


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Drums 603


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You Should Be Glad Jam 405


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You Should Be Glad 928


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End Of The Show 305


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Surprise Valley 502


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Red Hot Mama 496


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Gimme 339


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Postcard 311


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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 for this item

    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."