Wednesday, November 19, 2008

PaniCast 66 ... and we're back


Is it really November?
Well I certainly did not intend to be away for so long...

What have I been up to?
Let's just say I've been busy.

Let's hop back in by playing the rest of the second set from that 1996 Oak Mountain show we featured way back in March. And then we'll feature a few tracks from the November 2000 run through the Pacific Northwest. There are some sick jamming during that One Kind Favor and I ma not sure who keeps making the kissey noises, but all in all a very spirited version of that song. The Bowlegged features the obligatory JB rap, but this one includes a line about the events transpiring in Washington at the time (of course the recount and legal battle of election 2000 were in full swing at this point).

We'll do our best to bring more music every week - sorry we were away for so long!

June 28, 1996
Oak Mountain
with David Blackmon on fiddle

The Take Out >
Blackout,
Proving Ground >
Arlene >
Hatfield >
Porch Song

(Pusherman tease by Schools before Hatfield)

November 10, 2000
Bozeman, MT
Astronomy Domine Jam >
One Kind Favor,
Blue Indian

(Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun tease by Schools before Astronomie)

November 11, 2000
And It Stoned Me >
Bowlegged Woman

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Everyday Companion Podcast #66

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4 comments:

Muad'dib said...

Welcome back from your hiatus! Been missing beauty of combining old and new Panic into one nice little package! Thanks for all you do, Ted.

Jeff said...

Thanks Ted

Kate Lindsey Champion said...

Welcome Back...have been enjoying the webcasts since the beginning...

thanks,

champ

Joe said...

good to have you (and your tapes) back Ted!
Looking forward to seeing you NYE?