Saturday, October 24, 2009

PaniCast 69 Vinyl Origins Part 2

This 'cast continues to explore the influences of Widespread Panic's music.

Michael Stanley's second solo album, Friends and Legends, is featured prominently this time around. The band Stanley was playing with on this album was a who's who of mid-seventies rock; Dan Fogelberg, Richie Furay, David Sanborn, Bill Szymczyk, and Joe Walsh (AND his band Barnstorm). J. Geils even got in on the act by producing the saxophone tracks. It also was produced in my current stomping grounds of Colorado... Let's Get the Show on the Road is one of my favorite Panic covers and Funky is the Drummer is a crazy jam/rap that JB has slipped into a couple of times.

I really had alot of fun putting this one together - turn it up and invite the friends over... and tear the roof of the sucker!

Let's Get the Show on the Road

Michael Stanley
from the album "Friends and Legends"


She Caught the Katy

Albert King

from the album "Lovejoy"

Funky is the Drummer

Michael Stanley
from the album "Friends and Legends"

Give up the Funk (Tear the Roof of the Sucker)

Parliament
from the album "Mothership Connection"

Wang Dang Doodle
The Earthshaker
Koko Taylor
from the album "The Earthshaker"

Can't Find My Way Home

Blind Faith
from the album "Blind Faith"

Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning

Hot Tuna
from the album "First Pull Up, The Pull Down"

Knocking 'round the Zoo

James Taylor and the Original Flying Machine
from the album "James Taylor and the Original Flying Machine"

Shouldn't Have Took More than You Gave

Dave Mason
from the album "Alone Together"

Tipitina

Professor Longhair
from the album "New Orleans Piano"


John's Other

Hot Tuna
from the album "First Pull Up, The Pull Down"

Just Like a Woman

Bob Dylan
from the album "Blonde on Blonde"

Spoonful

Willie Dixon

from the album "I am the Blues"

Glad

Traffic
from the album " John Barleycorn Must Die"

Let's Get it On

Marvin Gaye

from the album "Let's Get it On"


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Everyday Companion Podcast #69

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4 comments:

nexttolastblog said...

Downloading the podcast. Just seeing the old LP covers makes me feel good.

Tony said...

first off I want to say thanks for everything ur doing here and with OC...

love the podcasts but having some trouble..

when i sign up for the itunes subscription, it only let's me get like the last 20 episodes (nothing before #50)...I can right-click and download the shows and add them to itunes but then I can only get them into my library as opposed to being grouped with the other podcasts....any ideas???

thanks again

Ted said...

TONY -
I see the same thing - not sure why iTunes isn't seeing the earlier ones...I'll check to see if there is some way to update the iTunes DB for our podcast...
also
You could manually navigate to them... and download manually...

Let me know if that helps
Ted

Ted said...

Hey Tony -
Check iTunes again - I was able to do some adjustments to the RSS Feed and I think I fixed the problem.
THANKS FOR THE HEADS UP and hopefully that works for you!
Ted