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by Widespread Panic

Everyday by Widespread Panic

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Everyday

by Widespread Panic

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Label: VOLCANO
In the early '70s, the Allman Brothers Band created a revolutionary fusion of Southern blues and Dead-inspired jamming. Then Duane Allman died and bands like the Doobie Brothers reduced his group's sound to facile bar rock, L.A.-style. When the Panic emerged from Georgia in the early '90s, they returned that music to its rightful home -- the South. Although there will only ever be one Allman Brothers Band, the Panic's third album is proof of their mission. This is true earth music.

About This Album

In the early '70s, the Allman Brothers Band created a revolutionary fusion of Southern blues and Dead-inspired jamming. Then Duane Allman died and bands like the Doobie Brothers reduced his group's sound to facile bar rock, L.A.-style. When the Panic emerged from Georgia in the early '90s, they returned that music to its rightful home -- the South. Although there will only ever be one Allman Brothers Band, the Panic's third album is proof of their mission. This is true earth music.

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About This Album

In the early '70s, the Allman Brothers Band created a revolutionary fusion of Southern blues and Dead-inspired jamming. Then Duane Allman died and bands like the Doobie Brothers reduced his group's sound to facile bar rock, L.A.-style. When the Panic emerged from Georgia in the early '90s, they returned that music to its rightful home -- the South. Although there will only ever be one Allman Brothers Band, the Panic's third album is proof of their mission. This is true earth music.