Another Joyous Occasion

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Another Joyous Occasion
Live album by Widespread Panic
Released June 6, 2000
Recorded Summer-Fall 1999
Genre Rock, southern rock, jam


Label = Widespread
Producer John Keane
Widespread Panic chronology
'Til the Medicine Takes
Another Joyous Occasion
Don't Tell the Band
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars[1]

Another Joyous Occasion is the second live album released by the Athens, GA based band Widespread Panic. It was recorded over the Summer and Fall of 1999 when the band performed shows accompanied by The Dirty Dozen Brass Band. It was the first release on the band's own label, Widespread Records, after leaving Capricorn Records. It was released on June 6, 2000.

The album reached a peak position of #161 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Widespread Panic unless otherwise noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Fishwater"     05:52
2. "Superstition"   Stevie Wonder 05:41
3. "Fishwater (Reprise)"     05:57
4. "Christmas Katie"     06:16
5. "Behive Jam"     11:37
6. "Big Chief"   Earl King 07:27
7. "Drums"     04:09
8. "Weight Of The World"     07:22
9. "I Walk On Guilded Splinters"   Dr. John 09:52
10. "Coconuts"     08:05
11. "Arleen"   Winston Riley 04:46
Total length:


Widespread Panic

John Bell - guitar, vocals
Michael Houser - guitar, vocals
Todd Nance - percussion, drums, vocals
Domingo S. Ortiz - percussion
Dave Schools - bass, percussion, vocals
John Hermann - keyboards

John Keane - banjo, pedal steel, keyboards, producer, engineer, mixing
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Brad Blettenberg - assistant engineer
Billy Field - mixing
Dan Friedman - assistant engineer
Richard Knox - keyboards
Ken Love - mastering
Michael Sheehan - photography
Thomas G. Smith - photography


  1. ^ Nieman, Carrie. Another Joyous Occasion at AllMusic

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