Discography

  • Don't Tell the Band

    June 19th, 2001

    Produced by John Keane, engineered by Doug Trantow and John Keane.
    Mixed by Doug Trantow and John Keane. Assisted by Billy Field
    Recorded and mixed at John Keane Studios in Athens, GA.
    Mastered by Ken Love at Mastermix in Nashville, TN.

    Design & Art by Flournoy Holmes. Photography by Flournoy Holmes

    All songs written by Widespread Panic, published by Widespread Music / BMI, except: Sometimes written by Charles Edward Crawford / Thunderspiels Music / BMI

    John Bell - vocals, guitars
    John Hermann - keyboards, vocals
    Michael Houser - guitars, vocals
    Todd Nance - drums, vocals
    Domingo S. Ortiz - percussion
    David Schools - bass

    Randall Bramblett - tenor sax on Sometimes
    John Keane - pedal steel on This Part of Town and additional guitar noises on Casa Del Grillo

  • Another Joyous Occasion

    May 23rd, 2000

    Produced by John Keane & Widespread Panic.
    Mixed by John Keane.
    Assisted by Billy Field.
    Recording assistance by Danny Friedman & Brad Blettenberg.
    Mastered by Ken Love at Mastermix.

    Design & Art by Flournoy Holmes.
    Photography by Thomas G. Smith except photo with JB by Michael Sheehan.

    All songs written by Widespread Panic, published by Widespread Music / BMI, except: 'Superstition' written by Stevie Wonder / Published by Johanan Bigoda. 'I Walk on Guilded Splinters' written by Dr John Creaux / Published by Warner-Tamerlane & Skull Music. 'Arleen' written by Winston Riley / Published by Westbury Music. 'Big Chief' written by Earl King / Published by Shirley S Music Company.

    John Bell - vocals, guitars
    John Hermann - keyboards, vocals
    Michael Houser - guitars, vocals
    Todd Nance - drums
    Domingo S. Ortiz - percussion
    David Schools - basses

    The Dirty Dozen Brass Band:
    Roger Lewis - baritone/soprano sax
    Efrem Towns - trumpet
    Kevin Harris - tenor sax
    Revert Andrews - trombone
    Terence Higgins - drums/percussion
    Richard Knox - keyboards
    Julius McKee - sousaphone/bass

  • 'Til the Medicine Takes

    July 27th, 1999

    Produced by John Keane
    Engineered by Bradshaw Leigh and John Keane
    1-5 and 8-12 Mixed by Jim Scott and John Keane
    6-7 Mixed by John Keane
    Assistant Engineer Rob Haddock
    Recorded and Mixed at John Keane Studios in Athens, GA
    Mastered by Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound in NYC

    Design, Art, Photography by Flournoy Holmes

    All songs written by Widespread Panic, published by Widespread Music/BMI except: Climb to Safety written by Jerry Joseph & Glen Esparza, published by Pampoon Publishing/BMI.

    John Bell - vocals, guitars
    John Hermann - keyboards, vocals
    Michael Houser - guitars, vocals
    Todd Nance - drums, vocals
    Domingo S Ortiz - percussion
    David Schools - basses, acid loop

  • Light Fuse Get Away

    April 22nd, 1998

    John Bell - vocals, guitar
    John Hermann - keyboards, vocals
    Michael Houser - guitar, vocals
    Todd Nance - drums
    Domingo S Ortiz - percussion
    David Schools - bass, vocals

    Produced by John Keane and Widespread Panic
    Mixed by John Keane

  • Bombs & Butterflies

    February 5th, 1997

    John Bell - vocals, guitars
    John Hermann - keyboards, vocals
    Michael Houser - guitars, vocals
    Todd Nance - drums
    Domingo S. Ortiz - percussion, vocals
    David Schools - bass, vocals

    Produced and Engineered by John Keane, assisted by Billy Field.
    Mixed by Clif Norrell and John Keane.

    All songs written by Widespread Panic, published by Widespread Music / BMI except: "Aunt Avis" written by Vic Chesnutt, published by Ghetto Bells Music / BMI; "Hope in a Hopeless World" written by P. Roy/B. Thiele, published by Sony/ATV Tunes and Philster Music / ASCAP.