03

Apr

1996

Widespread Panic

Von Braun Civic Center, Huntsville, AL

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04/03/96 Von Braun Civic Center, Huntsville, AL

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Set One

Better Off 334

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Pigeons 610

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Let's Get Down To Business 268

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Radio Child 368

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Pilgrims 401

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Solace 98

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1 x 1 307

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Maggot Brain 479

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Can't Get High 268

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Sandbox 288

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Papa's Home 623

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Set Two

Diner 827

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Porch Song 219

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Pleas 354

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I'm Not Alone 355

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Tie Your Shoes 475

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Arleen 858

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Vacation 573

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Drums 289

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I Walk On Guilded Splinters 730

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Blackout Blues 356

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Contentment Blues 366

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Love Tractor 396

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Encore

Can't Find My Way Home 351

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Show Notes
  • release date: June 23, 2009
     
  • Says Panic Archivist Horace Moore:

    For many, Huntsville 1996 defines that period in WP history.  Fresh off a well deserved ski vacation in the Rocky Mountains, where the music also took some time to stretch and relax, Widespread Panic charged into the Spring ‘96 tour with a renewed sense of energy and perspective.  On April 3rd at the Von Braun Civic Center in Huntsville, Alabama, it all came together and made an indelible mark on Panic history.  
Reviews for this item

beau 1/23/2010 8:23:58 AM

"Mikey and JB are like ham amd eggs. 96 - 2000 awesome times. "

C.Brown 1/11/2010 10:17:36 PM

"This ain't really a review, just want to say ... If you went to this show ... certainly, you'll want this recording in it's purest state. I've kicked myself for years for not attending, went to the shows preceding and immediately after, but skipped this one! Obviously, it's in the history books... If you've been listening to it like I have, in half-morbid, soundboard-mixed-with-audience form, you'll want to hear this. And you'll appreciate being able to send your good ole' daddy a copy after all the shows he's sent your sorry ass to after all these years. He deserves it. Tell him to put on CD Two and put it on Vacation! and tell your Mom you wanted her to hear Can't Find My Way Home! If you can make them listen the whole way from 'I'm Not Alone > Vacation,' they're worth keeping!"

Tie Your Shoes: The Best Ever? 11/10/2009 8:28:25 PM

"This "Tie Your Shoes" went around Napster in 2000, the first centralized server that was later replaced by established corporate interests via ultra creative and highly intuitive deal-making. It's like an intergalactic ride, with a space boomerang hurled from another planet, or the moon, at 6:29. "

Dean 7/13/2009 11:20:56 PM

"If I taught Panic Music Theory at Meadows School of the Arts in Dallas, TX (but in the astronomy department's classrooms, of course), I would play the second half of Papa's Home during the first class of the semester. Fireball. "

Kudos 6/30/2009 10:08:23 PM

"I think this is the best archive to date. JB is loud in the mix, but that just makes it that much better overall. I dont think it dominates Houser, "Pilgrims" is a fine example of my point. This show is epic. well done Horace. "