19

Jul

1997

Widespread Panic

Mud Island Amphitheater, Memphis, TN

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07/19/97 Mud Island Amphitheater, Memphis, TN

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Set One

Flat Foot Flewzy 489

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Pleas 327

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Let's Get Down To Business 346

76387-TRACK

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The Last Straw 470

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Weak Brain, Narrow Mind 308

76389-TRACK

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Greta 529

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Holden Oversoul 516

76391-TRACK

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Pusherman 742

76392-TRACK

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Henry Parsons Died 399

76393-TRACK

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Set Two

Tall Boy 470

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Aunt Avis 480

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Chilly Water 638

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Jack 463

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Rebirtha 461

76398-TRACK

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Arleen 517

76399-TRACK

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Drums 829

76400-TRACK

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Porch Song 494

76401-TRACK

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Contentment Blues 397

76402-TRACK

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Encore

Junior 635

76403-TRACK

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End Of The Show 352

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Show Notes

Widespread Panic’s Archive project is expanding its horizons into the world of downloadable soundboard copies from shows gone by.  Have no fear – we will still be releasing multi-track shows in the same manner we have in the past, it’s just that this side of the project….we’re calling it Porch Songs…. will allow us to get more music from the vault out to the fans, in a reasonably-priced soundboard format .  So, what should you expect from this Porch Songs series and when….. and what’s the difference between a soundboard and a multi-track recording?  Visit the WP Archive page  to find out the details.

Reviews for this item

tbone 3/3/2016 4:49:01 PM

"These 2 shows are incredible, listen is all I need to say.And I'm sure you will agree.Love any show with Arleen."

AK 6/5/2010 10:48:08 AM

"The memphis shows were classic. Jojo, Dave,Sunny, and more? joined Mule to close the opener with little feats "Spanish Moon" The first night The Bare Naked Ladies opened, and it was weird. They grew very popular shortly after that, but in the opening set, the Bare Naked Ladies started making fun of all the tapers during one of their songs, it was classic! Needless to say, both Panic shows were smoking, definately worth downloading. '97 was a good year."

BC 5/8/2010 6:49:32 AM

"Probably my favorite Panic show, I only caught the second night but it was smokin' from start to finish. Gov't Mule opened & my thoughts were that WSP had no option other than blowing it out. The jams from Greta through the end of Set 1 were amazing to say the least (Danny Hutchens should be credited for vocals on Parsons). The 2nd set was terrific although this soundboard copy fades in to Tall Boy which is too bad because the opening was pretty special according to my audience recordings. They really got down to some funky grooves in the Tall Boy, Aunt Avis was beautiful and the jam into Chilly Water was much appreciated. I always liked "Jack" but didnt fall in love with the tune until this show. The Rebirtha > Arleen was the highlight of the show for me, there's a great "FAME" jam inbetween that I swore at the time I was imagining (maybe I did!). The drumz were also great with Matt Abts from Mule joining in before a really slow Porch Song/Contentment Blues. The great Warren Haynes sits in for the encores with Matt Abts, Danny, and the guitarist from Bloodkin. Stellar show and minus the Tall Boy intro its a great recording to get your groove on... "

beau 3/17/2010 6:51:00 PM

"Whos singing End of the Show?"

rv 1/18/2010 8:37:54 AM

"I agree with the below comment, "stop whining" just be thankful. I can could not agree more, it is wonderful that we are getting this archive material. "Mikey" material needs to be put out, that IS Widespread Panic...especially for us 'ole schoolers. That being said, when are we going to get new releases. I know the WPA multi-track series takes some time, BUT Porch Songs according to Horace's blog on website, indicated we would have new Porch Songs downloads more often. It had been since late NOV. since Mud Isle, PLEASE bring out some new shows. Thanks.."