Widespread Panic Shares ‘Holden Oversoul’ From ‘Knoxville 1995′ Live Archival Release
By Andy Kahn Jul 18, 2018 • 9:23 am PDT
On Friday, the next installment of Widespread Panic’s ongoing multi-track live archival release series, Knoxville 1995, will be released. The band posted their performance of “Holden Oversoul” from the Panic show held at the Tennessee Amphitheater in Knoxville, Tennessee on September 28, 1995.
Longtime fan and former WSP guitar tech Sam Holt selected the Knoxville concert because the “show had always been stuck in my mind as one of the best I ever saw.” Produced by Panic’s frequent producer John Keane, Knoxville 1995 showcases covers of Traffic’s “Dear Mr. Fantasy,” The Meters’ “Just Kissed My Baby,” Vic Chesnutt’s “Let’s Get Down To Business,” Talking Heads’ “Papa Legba,” Van Morrison’s “And It Stoned Me” and James Taylor’s “Knocking ‘Round The Zoo.” The archival release also includes classic Panic originals like “Tall Boy,” “Space Wrangler,” “Walking (For Your Blues),” “Diner,” “Rock,” “Conrad” and “Holden Oversoul.”
Head here to read Sam Holt’s extensive essay on Knoxville 1995.
Stream “Holden Oversoul” here:
Setlist (via Everyday Companion)
Set One: Dear Mr. Fantasy > Makes Sense To Me, Tall Boy, Just Kissed My Baby, Heroes > Impossible > Gimme, Space Wrangler > Walkin’ (For Your Love)
Set Two: Let’s Get Down To Business, Diner > Rock, You Got Yours, Papa Legba, Holden Oversoul > Jam > And It Stoned Me > Conrad
Encore: Knocking ‘Round The Zoo
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