- Audio CD (May 21, 2010)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: ATO Records
- ASIN: B003FUZMYQ
- Average Customer Review: 33 customer reviews
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Dirty Side Down, the 11th studio album from Widespread Panic is set
for a May 25th release on ATO Records. Dirty Side Down is comprised
of 12 songs that incorporate Panic s unique blend of rock, jazz and
blues inspired textures into songs flowing with melody, rhythm and
After 24 years, Widespread Panic remain one of America s best live
bands, and most successful touring acts. Aside from their legendary
live shows, they continue to raise the bar in their genre through their
songwriting, and Dirty Side Down is a prime example. Band members
John Bell (vocals/guitar), John Hermann (keyboards/vocals), Jimmy
Herring (lead guitar), Todd Nance (drums/vocals), Domingo Ortiz (percussion) and Dave Schools (bass/vocals) combine their efforts by writing, or co-writing, 10 of the album s 12 tracks. Songs, such as the dark, multi-layered opener Saint Ex , the boogie blues of Jaded Tourist or the laid back Southern nature of When You Coming Home showcase Widespread Panic s dynamic range as songwriters and musicians.
Top customer reviews
This record combines all the elements of the band into an harmonious whole. JB growls and yelps, Dave supplies a solid bottom foundation for every song, Jimmy has obviously embraced the sound and enhanced it and everyone just does their usual outstanding job of adding to the whole.
Great new studio versions of standards Clinic Cynic and North and they finally put the St. Louis jam on a record. John Kean's production is outstanding and his pedal steel adds a nice voice on several cuts.
I've just listened to it the first time and it's excellent. I knew after watching the Wanee sets that this record would be another great one and I was right. IMHO I saw the two best rock bands on the planet those nights in the Allman Brothers and Panic.
AIt's a solid album that is probably their best since Till the Medicine Takes. Definitely their best effort yet on vinyl.
Most recent customer reviews
Keep your dirty side down!
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Amazing Work As Always By Widespread Panic