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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 27, 1999)
  • Original Release Date: 1999
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued
  • Label: Volcano
  • ASIN: B00005ABKW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (136 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #67,408 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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It just makes you wanna curl up with your favorite beer and watch the world go by.
M Lee Robinson
Thank you, Widespread Panic, for giving us "starved for good 90's music" fans a great album to listen to.
Salvador Polanco
There are only a few albums that all of the songs are great and that makes this a rare gem.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M Lee Robinson on January 5, 2000
Format: Audio CD
All cliches aside, this really is an excellent effort for the boys from College Station Road. Don't talk about a sell-out! This just re-enforces their unparalleled musical ability. We all know and love them as a jam band, this is just a refreshing divergence. You can't keep yourself from listening to "One Arm Steve," "Party @ Your Mama's House," "Christmas Katie," "Nobody's Loss," "Blue Indian," and the new CLASSIC "The Waker," over and over again. It just makes you wanna curl up with your favorite beer and watch the world go by. Go see them live, please. If you don't like WSP, then you just don't get it.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By N. Johnston on January 11, 2006
Format: Audio CD
When I first discovered Widespread Panic back in 2001, this was the album I listened to. I was blown away with the first and second tracks, "Surprise Valley" and "Bear Gone Fishin'". It just got better and better as the album went on. Panic might take some cues from their rock n' roll predecessors, the Grateful Dead, Allman Bros. and Talking Heads, etc., but they mix it up into a sound that's all their own. After putting this album on repeat for about a month, I finally got to see them live for the first time in Jackson, MS. I was so impressed with them that I went to the next show in Little Rock, AR and I've been addicted ever since! These boys know how to make music from their hearts and souls(which is rare in this Brittney Spears plastic world)!! Some may say this type of music draws the "neo-hippie" crowd. All I know is that you meet some of best and kindest people in the world at WSP shows. Cheers to friends so near!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By spiral_mind on September 20, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Has this group ever produced a more compelling, brilliantly uplifting tune than "Climb to Safety"? No matter how many times I play this album (which is a lot - more than every other WP disc I have), track 3 always captivates me with its bright chorus and irresistible melody. It's everything Panic is best at, rolled into 4-1/2 flawless minutes; a perfect topper to the killer almost-funk of "Bear's Gone Fishin'" and the soaring groove of "Surprise Valley." Wonderful stuff.
Beyond that tip of the iceberg, Till the Medicine Takes is still stuffed to the gills with excellent songwriting and hearty deep-fried rock. I haven't heard another WP album yet that's this consistently well-written, outstandingly performed and perfectly recorded. They've figured out how to walk that line between concisely melodic songs and long jams - there are plenty of blistering (not overreaching) solos, but no extended wanderings to put off the more casual fans. A couple new tricks pop up too: some gospel singing, a touch of banjo scattered around "The Waker," some prominent slide guitar coasting through "Blue Indian" and "You'll Be Fine." "Party at Your Mama's House" (apart from having a pretty cool title) is one of the most accomplished instrumentals they've done; it's smooth-flowing yet strong and exciting, the kind of stuff that makes Panic so perfect for sunny highways and cheerful days outdoors.
If I can nitpick on a couple small points (and why not, it's my review), I'll mention that there are really only two things I'd change here. One: "Christmas Katie." It's quite a good tune and not even necessarily tied to the holiday, but to me it always seems out of place since I consider WP to be prime spring/summer listening material.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie on December 24, 1999
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This album truly makes you feel good.. with a little jazz, rock, folk, and awesom lyrics that soothe the soul. WP could never be considered "sell-outs" because no one does what they do and they don't do anything that anyone else does. Climb to Safety and One Arm Steve are HIGH rollers and classic WP. Space Wrangler is what got me hooked, but TTMT will keep me addicted. It will definatly make you want to leave whatever you are doing the moment you hear the opening jams and head for the nearest live show. You have to see them live to truly appreciate what WP is all about- could I suggest Red Rocks in Morrison, CO. It will open your mind up to all kinds of new things. WP is a way of thinking and living... a laid back attitude laced with love and harmony and this CD epitomizes that spirit. Keep jammin' guys! I love this CD.. it's your best yet!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Craig Fisher on February 10, 2001
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What a classy album! A very different outing from the boys on this their 6th studio release. The songs are tight and the jamming is condensed compared to past efforts, which may or not appeal to you. I think the fellas rose to the challange of doing shorter songs (most are under 5 minutes) while throwning tons of raw emotion into their playing. The material spans straight ahead rocking jams ("Surprise Valley", "Climb to Safety", "One Armed Steve"), New Orleans influenced "Christmas Katie", Bluegrassy twang ("The Waker"), mellower tunes ("Nobody's Loss", "You'll be Fine"). Til the Medicine Takes also comes across as a true group effort with Mikey, JoJo, and Todd taking on some lead vocal roles to compliment JB's gravelly howls. You just can't go wrong with this CD (probably second best behind their self titled album): the playing is undeniably top notch and the songs are great. See 'em live and you'll be forever hooked.
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