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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: February 5, 2001
  • Release Date: February 5, 2001
  • Label: Volcano
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  • Total Length: 59:40
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  • ASIN: B00138KHX8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 55 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,263 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

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Format: Audio CD
Widespread Panic's cds have a unique ability to make whatever it is you are doing more pleasant. Everyday is my favorite cd of theirs. It is a cd you will not get sick of. You can go weeks with out taking it out of your cd player. I would say that this cd is worth the money. And that means a lot comming from me. The average cd has a couple good songs on there and we pay 15 dollars or so, but this cd, and all of their other cds, are just full of great songs. And I would recommend this cd to everyone.
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By A Customer on April 18, 2003
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album when it originially came out (I can't remember the year right now). My old copy has simply been beat up so many times that I have to replace it. That ought to tell what I think of this album.
I recommend this album to anyone wishing to get into Panic. It still rates as my favorite Panic album, with Wrangler a close second. I think this was the pinnacle of the band's career in the studio. If you are a Phish fan, it comparable to Rift. It's just a really well produced studio album. That is, when the songs match the effort that goes into putting the music down on tape, you know you are in for a treat.
I've seen Panic play over 50 times in the last 11 years, and I own about 200 live shows. When listening to a live show and hearing an Everyday tune, I constantly find myself pulling the show out of my cd player and putting in the studio album. The studio versions are just that good!
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By far my favorite Widespread Panic album. It also happens to be the first album of theirs I ever purchased, but that's not why I like it best. This album is just pleasantly musical without being too "jam band," like WP can sometimes be.
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Format: Audio CD
What can I say, this is the album I play to anyone who has not heard of WSP. From the first note on the album to the last word sung, Everyday in my mind is amazing work. Hatfield and Pickin' Up The Pieces are great songs to jam out to and a song like Pilgrims puts your mind at ease. This is the album that got me hooked!!
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I first saw Widespread Panic on an old Austin City Limits episode and liked what I saw so I started to check out the catalog and bought "Everyday." This is the best WSP album. Every track is tremendous. "Papa's Home", "Henry Parson's Died" and "Pilgrims" are the best tracks. How much did I enjoy it? I went out and bought all of the other albums and went to their concert in Syracuse. I highly recommend giving them a listen if you are a fan of jam bands, southern rock and blues. John Bell's vocals are wonderfully unique and Michael Houser's guitar work is terrific. Even Domingo Ortiz's percussion is a nice touch.
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Format: Audio CD
What isn't there to like about Widespread Panic's Everyday? Every single song is phenomenal. It contains some of the best songs WP has done in the studio and the sound quality is amazing. With songs like Hatfield, Henry Parsons Died and Diner we're given an example of WP's songwriting and story telling prowess. They display their amazing percussion abilities on Pickin' Up the Pieces. They're one of the few bands that have been able to successfully blend Country, Southern Rock, and even Jazz. They're able to package it into, what I consider to be, the best example of the Jam band potential. Widespread is definitely a Jam band. However, Everyday elevates them to the same level as many of the bands that influenced them (i.e. The Doors, J.J. Cale, etc.).
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Format: Audio CD
Spring 1993. Freshman year at the University of Georgia wrapping up. Spring is in the air in Athens, GA. Friend calls and says that a band called Widespread Panic is playing their school's "Spring Fling." Friend says, "I don't know much about them, but they're from Athens." All I ask is what day and what time!
At the time, Everyday was getting heavy, heavy play in the dorm hall. It began to even drown out the guys who played Jane's Addiction incessantly (not really a bad thing). A drive to Presbyterian College for this WP show was a no-brainer. It was in the Chapel on their campus and only 100 people showed up! What was amazing was that my told me Hootie and the Blowfish were playing in Charleston. They were some new hot band and those in the "know" had driven to that show.
The WP show in the Presbyterian College Chapel was one of the most amazing events I've ever witnessed. This album is a perfect buy for those curious about the band and even those who are WP "Purists" that insist that Everyday is too poppy.
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By jb on September 7, 2011
Format: Audio CD
Funny how things happen. I was one of the fortunate few to work on this record and as Johnny's engineer at the time, I had a front row seat from start to finish. When Phil first released this, many said it was too clinical and didn't sound like Widespread. Maybe so but after reading the reviews here, I think history has chosen another fate. We were all still pretty young at the time and I cannot begin to describe the pleasure of making this record, from the vibe of Muscle Shoals, sharing coffee with Tony Joe White every morning (he was mixing in the B room) to the true brotherhood of the guys in the band. They treated everyone around them like part of the family and we were all emotionally invested in this record. If you imagine the guys from WP to be wonderful human beings, be assured your intuition is sound. They are, and the 5 weeks leading up to Christmas Eve in Muscle Shoals Sound Studio will always be one of the highlights of my life. It is still difficult to believe the hours of heart and soul that went into this project ... I was there and have no doubt that this is a precise snapshot of WP at the time. Johnny coaxed the best from them and they delivered an amazing level of musicianship and creativity.

Peace ~ Jim
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