Announcing the twelfth installment of the Widespread Panic Archive’s Multi-track series, Northampton 1998, available November 16!
Recorded live at the Calvin Theatre in Northampton, Massachusetts on November 17, 1998, this latest release from the band’s live show vault spotlights an overlooked, intimate performance captured during the northeast leg of the band’s extended ’98 fall tour.
Show highlights include:
- The first-ever “Little Lilly”, performed as an instrumental
- The elusive fan-favorite “Sandbox”
- A Spinal Tap nod during “Red Hot Mama”
- Arleen > Driving Song > Pleas > All Time Low > Driving Song > Breathing Slow (phew!)
In honor the release of this gem, Nate Duval has created this gorgeous commemorative show poster, a nod to the first-ever “Little Lilly” performance. The poster is now available for pre-order in the WP Merch Store.
November 17, 1998
Red Hot Mama
Walkin’ (For Your Love) >
Climb To Safety
Driving Song >
All Time Low >
Little Lilly >
Driving Song > Breathing Slow >
Marimba Jam >
Four Cornered Room >
Makes Sense To Me
Northampton 1998 was mixed and mastered by John Keane and is now available for pre-order on 3-CDs and digital formats at livewidespreadpanic.com.