Wilmington, DE 2001

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Wilmington, DE 2001
Live album by Widespread Panic
Released February 23, 2010
Recorded July 22, 2001
Genre Rock, southern rock, jam
Label Widespread Records

Wilmington, DE 2001 is a live album released by the band Widespread Panic on February 23, 2010. It was recorded live at Kahuna Summer Stage in Wilmington, Delaware on July 22, 2001 and released as a two-track, sound board recording for the band's project, "Porch Songs".[1] This performance serves as the third installment of the project.[2]

The performance marked the first time the Bob Dylan/Jimi Hendrix classic All Along the Watchtower was performed live by the band. [3]

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1[edit]

  1. Glory (Widespread Panic) - 5:35
  2. C. Brown (Widespread Panic) - 5:51
  3. Give (Widespread Panic) - 4:41
  4. Diner (Widespread Panic) - 13:39
  5. Rebirtha (Widespread Panic) - 7:47
  6. Blackout Blues (Widespread Panic) - 7:28
  7. E on a G (Widespread Panic) - 3:43
  8. Dirty Business (John Dawson) - 9:36
  9. All Time Low (Widespread Panic) - 4:17

Disc 2[edit]

  1. Swamp (David Byrne / Chris Frantz / Jerry Harrison / Tina Weymouth) - 6:30
  2. 1 x 1 (John Hermann) - 5:37
  3. Sleepy Monkey (Widespread Panic) - 10:02
  4. Stop Breakin' Down Blues (Robert Johnson) - 6:44
  5. Party At Your Mama's House (Widespread Panic) - 7:19
  6. Red Hot Mama (George Clinton/Eddie Hazel/Bernie Worrell) - 12:48
  7. Drums (Widespread Panic) - 20:33

Disc 3[edit]

  1. The Last Straw (Widespread Panic) - 7:17
  2. All Along the Watchtower (Bob Dylan) - 5:59
  3. Travelin' Light (J.J. Cale) - 7:08
  4. Old Joe (Widespread Panic) (Encore)- 3:47
  5. North (Jerry Joseph) (Encore)- 6:22

Personnel[edit]

Widespread Panic[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Widespread Panic Archives". 
  2. ^ http://www.livewidespreadpanic.com/live-music/0,4768,135/Widespread-Panic-mp3-flac-download-7-22-2001-Kahuna-Summer-Stage-Wilmington-DE.html Band website, "7/22/01 Kahuna Summer Stage, Wilmington, DE", retrieved April 28, 2011.
  3. ^ "Everyday Companion: 7/22/2001 Setlist and Statistics". 

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