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• Vinyl Record
Limited edition one translucent red and one translucent gray colored vinyl!
Pressed at Kindercore in Athens, Ga. and limited to 1,500 copies!
2020 Stereophile Magazine Record to Die For!
Rolling Stone 2015 Readers' Poll: The 10 Best Jam Bands: Widespread Panic Rated Sixth!
"Everyday is considered by fans to be one of the band's best albums.... The subtlety of the band's style is unaltered.... The slice-of-life story lyrics, the tight musicianship that builds and falls with the songs' emotions, and extended song length are all unhampered by the pressure for a radio-friendly sound." — Carrie Nieman, AllMusic
Early on, Widespread Panic began to forge a sound unto themselves, a combination of Michael Houser's unorthodox guitar playing, John Bell?s coarse growl, Todd Nance's rock-steady drumming, David Schools' lead bass playing and Sunny Ortiz's multi-textured percussion, coupled with a collective commitment to playing original songs from the outset and a willingness to walk the improvisational high wire night after night.
Everyday is the third studio album by the Athens, GA based band, Widespread Panic. It was first released by Capricorn Records and Warner Bros. Records on March 3, 1993 but was never released on vinyl. The band recorded the album at Muscle Shoals Sound Studio in Sheffield, AL, and was the group's first to feature bandmate, John Hermann.
|1. Papa's Home|
|1. Better Off|
|2. Pickin' Up The Pieces|
|3. Henry Parsons Died|
|3. Dream Song|