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'Til the Medicine Takes

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Widespread Panic 7/27/1999

Review

Widespread Panic finally makes a studio recording worthy of its legendary live reputation, with Til The Medicine Takes. Only one song clocks in over five minutes, as Panic tones down the noodling and tears into well-structured songs. "Blue Indian" and "Nobody's Loss" show Panic's debt to the hippie-updated folk of the Grateful Dead, and "All Time Low" sounds like a lost '60s classic rock staple. JoJo Hermann's keyboards highlight much of the album, especially "One Arm Steve," but the allure of Til The Medicine Takes, much like a Panic concert, is the communal vibe that everyone has contributed to a successful experience, including the listener. ~ Mark Morgenstein
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 Surprise Valley Widespread Panic 6:14
  3. 2 Bear's Gone Fishin' Widespread Panic 4:20
  4. 3 Climb to Safety Widespread Panic 4:38
  5. 4 Blue Indian Widespread Panic 4:52
  6. 5 The Waker Widespread Panic 3:40
  7. 6 Party at Your Mama's House Widespread Panic 5:1
  8. 7 Dyin' Man Widespread Panic 4:34
  9. 8 You'll Be Fine Widespread Panic 3:15
  10. 9 One Arm Steve Widespread Panic 3:24
  11. 10 Christmas Katie Widespread Panic 5:26
  12. 11 All Time Low Widespread Panic 4:8
  13. 12 Nobody's Loss Widespread Panic 4:57

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