Widespread Panic: John Bell (vocals, guitar); Michael Houser (guitar, vocals); David Schools (bass, percussion, vocals); Todd Nance (drums, percussion, vocals); Domingo Sunny Ortiz (percussion).
Additional personnel: David Blackmon (fiddle); Tim White (keyboards); Paige McConnell, T. Lavitz (organ); Alberto Salazarte (rap vocals); John Keane, John Bell, Bill Jordan (background vocals).
Producers: S. Tillage, J. Coppage, John Keane.
Recorded at John Keane Studio, Athens, Georgia and Emerald Studios, Nashville, Tennessee. Originally released on Landslide (1016).
All songs written by Widespread Panic, except "Me And The Devil Blues" (Robert Johnson), "Heaven" (David Byrne/Jerry Harrison) and "Travelin' Light" (J.J. Cale).
Widespread Panic's first album, originally released on a tiny Atlanta, GA label. This reissue boasts three new tracks, one of them a lengthy medley; more to the point, it's a remarkably confident album that belies its tiny budget. The band hit the ground running, tip their hat to and blow a raspberry at Mark Knopfler, and generally show everyone a good time. ~ Steven McDonald
- Format: Vinyl
- Genre: Rock
- Released: 01/29/2021