Widespread Panic have announced they will be releasing their latest multi-track archival show, which takes from the band’s performance at Knoxville, TN’s Tennessee Amphitheater on September 28, 1995, later this month.
Knoxville 1995 was hand-picked by longtime Panic fan and former guitar tech (and touring guitarist, for a stint) Sam Holt, who penned a full review of the show and his decision to choose this one in particular for the archival release.
“This show had always been stuck in my mind as one of the best I ever saw but the available recordings did not even come close to capturing the band as they should,” Holt writes. “So when the opportunity arose to choose a show for release I kept my fingers crossed that the band’s own multitrack tapes were in good condition. I was happy to find out that they were and that the band’s longtime producer, John Keane, would be mixing the show from this source.”
Knoxville 1995 will be available July 20 and is available for pre-order now. More information and Holt’s full review of the show can be found here. Below, see the 1995 show’s setlist and listen to second-set opener “Let’s Get Down to Business” from the release.
Tennessee Amphitheater, Knoxville, TN*
Set I: Dear Mr. Fantasy, Makes Sense To Me, Tall Boy, Just Kissed My Baby, Heroes, Impossible, Gimme, Space Wrangler, Walkin’ (For Your Love)
Set II: Let’s Get Down To Business, Diner, Rock, You Got Yours, Papa Legba, Holden Oversoul, And It Stoned Me, Conrad
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