CD Live in the Classic City (CD 269969), Audio Other
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Live in the Classic City

  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Action Man
    2. Chilly Water
    3. Pleas / Chilly Water
    4. C. Brown
    5. Lilly
    6. I'm Not Alone
    7. One Arm Steve
    8. Flat Foot Flewzy
    9. Surprise Valley
    10. Blight
    11. Walkin'
    0. DISC 2:
    1. All Time Low
    2. Mercy
    3. Ride Me High
    4. Drums
    5. Time Is Free
    6. Climb to Safety
    7. Blue Indian
    0. DISC 3:
    1. Bear's Gone Fishin'
    2. Waker
    3. Dyin' Man
    4. Stop and Go
    5. Hatfield
    6. Tall Boy
    7. Red Hot Mama
    8. Worry
    9. Let's Get the Show on the Road
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 84552

  • Credits
    ProducerJohn Keane; Widespread Panic
    EngineerBilly Field; Danny Friedman

    Widespread Panic: John Bell, Michael Houser (vocals, guitar); John Hermann (vocals, keyboards); David Schools (vocals, bass); Todd Nance (vocals, drums); Domingo S. Ortiz (vocals, percussion).
    Additional personnel: Anne Richmond Boston, Col Bruce Hampton (vocals); Derek Trucks (guitar); John Keane (pedal steel, banjo); Randall Bramblett (saxophone); Chuck Leavell (keyboards); Bill Berry, Peter Jackson, Count Mbutu, Charlie Pruet, Dr. Arvin Scott, Garrie Vereen (percussion).
    Recorded live at The Classic Center Theater, Athens, Georgia on April 1-3, 2000.
    The arrival of LIVE IN THE CLASSIC CITY is manna from heaven to the kind of jam-band enthusiasts who refer to String Cheese Incident simply as "String Cheese" and to these fellas as "Widespread." Like any jam band worth its salt, Widespread Panic's magic can only be fully experienced in a live setting, and the three-disc documentary of the band's 4/00 Atlanta show certainly does the trick on that score. Widespread Panic may not be the only band on the jam circuit to mix funk, rock, blues, and jazz, but these Southern boys do it with a hell of a lot more grit and less noodling than many of their contemporaries. Oh, and there's a drum solo.

  • Critic Reviews
    CMJ (7/15/02, p.12) - "...Panic serves up some raw and gritty tunes that beat harder than the Southern sun on a sweltering Georgia day...a plethora of classic Panic tunes..."
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