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With the release of their 10th studio album, Widespread Panic continues their 22 year tradition of creating music that stays true to it's foundation while relentlessly evolving with each album, song and note played on the stage. Unlike previous albums where tracks were "road tested" on stage before being laid down in the studio, FREE SOMEHOW offers a majority of songs that have yet to make their live debut. This is also the the band's first recording with legendary guitarist Jimmy Herring.
With the release of their 10th studio album, Widespread Panic continues their 22 year tradition of creating music that stays true to it's foundation while relentlessly evolving with each album, song and note played on the stage. Unlike previous albums where tracks were "road tested" on stage before being laid down in the studio, FREE SOMEHOW offers a majority of songs that have yet to make their live debut. This is also the the band's first recording with legendary guitarist Jimmy Herring.
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Format: CD
Label: WDSP
Catalog: 22
Rel. Date: 02/12/2008
UPC: 781057000228

Free Somehow
Artist: Widespread Panic
Format: CD
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With the release of their 10th studio album, Widespread Panic continues their 22 year tradition of creating music that stays true to it's foundation while relentlessly evolving with each album, song and note played on the stage. Unlike previous albums where tracks were "road tested" on stage before being laid down in the studio, FREE SOMEHOW offers a majority of songs that have yet to make their live debut. This is also the the band's first recording with legendary guitarist Jimmy Herring.

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''Free Somehow'' is the tenth studio album by the Athens, Georgia based band Widespread Panic. It was recorded in May 2007 with Terry Manning producing in Nassau, Bahamas at the Compass Point Studios. The album is being offered in three variations; a regular CD release, a digital release, and a vinyl record release (April 14, 2008). - Wikipedia

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