15

Jun

2008

Widespread Panic

What Stage, Bonnaroo, TN

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06/15/08 What Stage, Bonnaroo, TN

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Set One

Give 322

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Imitation Leather Shoes 241

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Three Candles 306

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Climb To Safety 431

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Slippin' Into Darkness 554

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Up All Night 220

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Blue Indian 349

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Old Neighborhood 351

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Chest Fever 464

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Ain't Life Grand 767

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Walk On The Flood 442

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Dark Day Program 349

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Papa's Home 537

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Drums 108

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Protein Drink 256

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Sewing Machine 607

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Ride Me High 1003

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Impossible 316

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Love Tractor 418

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Lawyers, Guns And Money 316

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Her Dance Needs No Body 509

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You Should Be Glad 749

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Tall Boy 333

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Encore

Angels On High 451

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Pilgrims 509

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Show Notes
  • Slippin Into Darkness through Chest Fever and Her Dance Needs No Body through You Should Be Glad with Kevin Hyde on trombone, Randall Bramblett on saxophone, Tom Ryan on saxophone, Wayne Postell on trumpet

  • Sewing Machine through Love Tractor with Robert Randolph.

  • Due to technical issues the is a 30 second drop out during Ain't Life Grand. We have left in the audience feed to make this show complete.
  • Reviews for this item

    Coconut Phil Simpsonville, SC 7/7/2008 2:36:00 PM

    "great show, recording not as good as usual, where's the bass? Love the Chest fever with the horns. Keep jamming America. Phil"

    TY 6/23/2008 9:09:11 PM

    "Great way to end the best music festival in the world. Slippin' into Darkness was when the band really kicked it into high gear and the energy stayed for the rest of the show. Robert Randolph jamming with Herring was probably the best thing I heard all weekend. Personal favorites were ride me high, you should be glad, lawyers guns and money, and ain't life grand (even though the quality is shaky on the recording). For anyone who missed bonnaroo this year, I highly recommend downloading. "