15

Jul

2006

Widespread Panic

Marymoor Park Amphitheater, Redmond, WA

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07/15/06 Marymoor Park Amphitheater, Redmond, WA

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Set One

Who Do You Belong To? 417

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Time Zones 359

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Ain't Life Grand 316

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Gradle 253

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Walk On 434

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C. Brown 439

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Chunk Of Coal 379

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Are You Ready For The Country? 344

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Diner 788

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Heroes 331

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Set Two

Old Neighborhood 324

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Thin Air (Smells Like Mississippi) 465

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Little Lilly 727

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Stop-Go 711

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Drums 558

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Redmond Jam 750

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Makes Sense To Me 258

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B of D 214

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Barstools and Dreamers 605

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The Take Out 134

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Porch Song 263

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Mr. Soul 326

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Encore

Dream Song 366

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Show Notes
  • Chunk Of Coal with John Keane on banjo

  • Are You Ready For The Country? through Heroes, Mr. Soul, and Dream Song with John Keane on guitar

  • Little Lilly through Stop-Go with John Keane on pedal steel

  • Makes Sense To Me through Porch Song with Sam Holt on guitar
  • Reviews for this item

    gayelynn59 10/4/2006 12:10:40 PM

    "hey panic fans, seems like there was a panic pit forming down front in rdmond. was so lucky to be able to follow them to brundage, even with a hard brace on me leg, but george signed it after that show, best souvineer i ever recieved, stepped in a hole at marymoore down front and it was worth every pain and spasm to be there dancin to glory. hope to see you all next year in wa."

    gdawg 8/24/2006 9:47:09 PM

    "Continued...... Diner, Take out<Porch song closer?!?!?!!? (What the hell did we do right in our former lives) Old school + New school= Redmond Summer Heat Best crowd ever(true fans), mind blowing venue (small and outside), great security (super mellow). Not sure any other show I will ever go to will be able to replace this memory in my top three. This is coming from someone who went to UGA, saw Panic in the Streets, multiple Oak Mountain shows and New Years 2000 at Phillips. If you weren`t there, do yourself a favor right now and buy this show and a plane ticket for next year in Washington."

    gdawg 8/24/2006 9:42:57 PM

    "If the band is reading this, if you don`t this again next year I promise I will kill myself!! After witnessing this show, my life, along with my biological makeup was permanently altered. Turn it into a festival (at the Gorge) with String Cheese and it would be the biggest thing to ever impact earth : ) Redmond Jam was maybe one of the best jams I have ever heard. Everytime Schools comes out right after the drum session, to bring things back together, it is mind blowing. Bass + Percussion = Musical orgasm. Along with Redmond Jam, highlights were: Ain`t life Grand (3rd song,preview of what kind of show we were in for) Barstools, Chunk of Coal (Keane on Banjo so hot), Mr. Soul (mind blowing), Diner, Take out<Porch song closer?!?!?!!? (What the hell did we do right in our former lives) Old school + New school= Redmond Summer Heat Best crowd ever(true fans), mind blowing venue (small and outside), great security (super mellow). Not sure any other show I will ever go to will be able to replace this memory in my top three. This is coming from someone who went to UGA, saw Panic in the Streets, multiple Oak Mountain shows and New Years 2000 at Phillips. If you weren`t there, do yourself a favor right now and buy this show and a plane ticket for next year in Washington."

    g.t. 7/26/2006 6:08:54 PM

    "WOW! What a day for a panic show. The venue could not have been more perfect. Marymoor park is a small (less than 5000, although maybe 1000 for the show) outdoor (the best way to see panic)grassy, fenced off area. The day was sunny and low 70`s. The crowd was amazing. Best crowd since my first show in 1991 in the Georgia Theatre. Seems the farther away from the south you get, the more it filters out the drunken, frat boys who are there not for the great music but to be obnoxious to the true fans. How can you go wrong starting with Who Do You Belong To into Time Zones into Ain`t Life Grand, the energy was flowing from the band and from the crowd. The rest of the show just gets better. A lot of old school panic.(which is always a good thing)After 15 years since being turned onto panic and many shows, this is truly a classic panic show which I am greatful to have experienced live. This is for Greg, the buzz was low key, which I would have expected so far from home. However, this made for a great, great crowd of true panic fans. I believe Panic enjoyed playing at Marymoor. They sure put on a hell of a show for those who were there. I hope this will be trend for future panic shows in Washington. Can`t think of a better venue to see a band, a better crowd to be around, or a better band to see. AIN`T LIFE GRAND!"

    nbd 7/26/2006 12:19:09 PM

    "The Chunk of Coal with Keane on banjo is Bumpin`!! I was there, and knew it was fun, but hearing it again - it`s even better. Jojo`s `speaking part` is right on! First set = fun + Diner>Heroes. Ha! 2nd set = Sammy Sickness!!! The Barstools will blow you up, period. "