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Live at The Tabernacle is a live DVD concert of the band, Widespread Panic, filmed at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA between January 27-29, 2012.

Track listing

January 27, 2012

Disc one

  1. Heaven
  2. Send Your Mind
  3. Surprise Valley
  4. I'm Not Alone
  5. Weak Brain
  6. Pickin' Up The Pieces
  7. Fixin' To Die
  8. Blackout Blues
  9. Travelin' Light

Disc two

  1. Let's Get Down to Business
  2. Who Do You Belong To?
  3. Henry Parson's Died
  4. Visiting Day
  5. Use Me
  6. Diner
  7. Ribs and Whiskey

Disc three

  1. Nobody's Loss
  2. Smokestack Lightning
  3. Big Wooly Mammoth
  4. North
  5. Up All Night
  6. Chunk of Coal
  7. Can't Find My Way Home


January 28, 2012

Disc one

  1. Porch Song
  2. Space Wrangler
  3. Walk On
  4. Papa Johnny Road
  5. Coach
  6. Time Zones
  7. Vacation
  8. Pilgrims
  9. Imitation Leather Shoes
  10. Ain't Life Grand
  11. Weight of the World
  12. Gradle

Disc two

  1. Holden Oversoul
  2. Me and The Devil
  3. Quarter Tank of Gasoline
  4. Driving Song
  5. City of Dreams
  6. Driving Song
  7. No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature
  8. Expiration Day
  9. Tall Boy
  10. Many Rivers To Cross


January 29, 2012

Disc one

  1. Papa's Home
  2. Wondering
  3. Hope In a Hopeless World
  4. Counting Train Cars
  5. Help Me Somebody
  6. Trouble
  7. Hatfield
  8. Ballad of John and Yoko
  9. Climb to Safety

Disc two

  1. Pleas
  2. Can't Get High
  3. Ain't No Use
  4. Blue Indian
  5. Carmelita
  6. Degenerate
  7. Fishing
  8. This Cruel Thing

Disc three

  1. Jack
  2. Chilly Water
  3. Going Out West
  4. C. Brown
  5. Blight
  6. End Of The Show

Personnel

Widespread Panic

  • John Bell — Vocals, Guitar
  • John "JoJo" Hermann — Keyboards, Vocal
  • Jimmy Herring - Guitar
  • Todd Nance — Drums, Vocals
  • Domingo S. Ortiz - Percussion, Vocals
  • Dave Schools - Bass, Vocals

Guests

  • Colonel Bruce Hampton featured on "Fixin' To Die" (January 27, 2012)
  • Colin Vereen featured on "Trouble" (January 29, 2012)
  • John Keane featured on "Blue Indian" and "Carmelita" (January 29, 2012)
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