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Published: 2012/07/03

Lullaby Versions of Widespread Panic

Exactly a decade after guitarist Michael Houser played his final show with Widespread Panic, yesterday Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star announced a record aimed at the next generation of Spreadheads. Lullaby Versions of Widespread Panic featuring lush instrumental versions of 12 Panic tracks. The collection is part of the same series that created lullaby versions of songs by Grateful Dead, Phish, Wilco, Dave Matthews Band and Bob Dylan. The 12-song children’s album is now available on iTunes.

Lullaby Versions of Widespread Panic

1. Blue Indian
2. Up All Night
3. North
4. Climb to Safety
5. Walkin’ (For Your Love)
6. Driving Song
7. Ain’t Life Grand
8. Dirty Side Down
9. Porch Song
10. Airplane
11. Coconut
12. Space Wrangler


There are 12 comments associated with this post

Phister July 3, 2012, 13:39:23

Probably sounds better than actual Panic music

Jerry Joseph July 3, 2012, 14:06:15

Should’ve had me play the guitar.

Phister your sandy vagina July 3, 2012, 14:39:31

you’re hilarious. I love that it’s news when Phish “busts out” a song they haven’t played in 14 months. please. Leave the bust outs to Panic.

abbie hoffman July 3, 2012, 14:49:53

This album is a lot of fun. Playing it for my granddaughter as she naps and I think I’ll take a nap too! Good stuff, well done, and great song selection.

sarah crow July 3, 2012, 14:58:25

Our daughter already has quite a music collection. We’ve been talking about how WSMFP needs to come out with a lullabye album. Best 4 month birthday gift ever!!

Stoked July 3, 2012, 15:02:58

hell yeah.

ricky grubbs July 3, 2012, 15:29:52

Hell yeah,indeed. Looking forward to hearing it. Would like to collect them all.
To phister,or whatever your name is,get over it. All of these bands earned all the recognition they receive,and will be remembered forever. Like it or not,that includes JB & the boys!
What have you done that gives you the right to criticize one of best bands of the last three decades,and arguably of all time?

Adolph Hitler July 3, 2012, 16:53:06

Phister, Shove that phister up your arse!!!

Dirk Nowitzki July 3, 2012, 18:27:46

Yeah phishter, nothing more pathetic than taking your time to dis something that fans would obviously gather to look at. Why don’t you go spend your time trying to figure out why you live pay check to pay check you uneducated waste of space.

Kip July 3, 2012, 20:40:46

Phister, you poor misguided idiot. The collection of songs on this album that where all recorded at the time with Houser are phar more superior then anything that hack band Phished as ever recorded. Phished can only hope and pray that one day that they could reach the heights of talent that the early version of Panic had. I hope you was at Deer Creek the other night during the raging storm and lost all of your stuff to wind. By now being a Trustifarian, mommy and daddy probably allready set ya up with new stuff.

DNA July 4, 2012, 05:43:52

I’ve seen Trey on stage with Panic jamming to Pink Floyd with Mikey. So you can shut your douche-hole now “phister”

Shaker1013 July 4, 2012, 09:22:56

Where is impossible?

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