Choice Cuts: The Capricorn Years 1991–1999

Choice Cuts: The Capricorn Years 1991-1999
Compilation album by Widespread Panic
Released July 3, 2007
Recorded 1991-1999
Genre Rock, southern rock, jam
Label Widespread Records
Producer John Keane
Widespread Panic
Johnny Sandlin
Widespread Panic chronology
Earth to America
(2006)
Choice Cuts: The Capricorn Years 1991-1999
(2007)
Free Somehow
(2008)

Choice Cuts: The Capricorn Years 1991-1999 is a 14 song compilation by Athens, Georgia's Widespread Panic. Song selections were taken from the albums Space Wrangler, Widespread Panic, Everyday, Ain't Life Grand, Bombs & Butterflies, 'Til the Medicine Takes, and the live album Light Fuse, Get Away. Each album was released on Capricorn Records.

Contents

Track listing

All tracks by Widespread Panic except were noted

  1. "Travelin' Light" (J.J. Cale) - 3:36
  2. "Chilly Water" - 5:40
  3. "Love Tractor" - 5:09
  4. "Weight of the World" - 4:50
  5. "Papa's Home" - 6:40
  6. "Ain't Life Grand" - 4:48
  7. "Blackout Blues" - 5:17
  8. "Rebirtha" - 7:19
  9. "Aunt Avis" (Vic Chesnutt) - 3:26
  10. "Blue Indian" - 4:52
  11. "Climb to Safety" (Music, Jerry Joseph and Glen Esparza Lyrics, Jerry Joseph) - 4:42
  12. "Surprise Valley" - 6:15
  13. "Pickin' Up the Pieces" - 5:30
  14. "Pigeons" - 8:58

Personnel

Widespread Panic

  • John "JB" Bell - vocals, guitar
  • Michael Houser - guitar, vocals
  • David Schools - bass, vocals
  • Todd Nance - drums
  • Domingo "Sunny" Ortiz - percussion
  • John "Jojo" Hermann - keyboards, vocals
  • Tim White - keyboards
  • T. Lavitz - keyboards

Personnel

  • Producer - John Keane & Widespread Panic (Tracks 1, 2, 13, 14)
  • Producer - John Keane (Tracks 6-12)
  • Producer - Johnny Sandlin for Duck Tape Music (Tracks 3-5)
  • Compilation Producer - Widespread Panic and Darren Salmieri
  • Mastered by Mark Wilder at Sony Studios, New York (April 2007)
  • Art and Package Design - Chris Bilheimer
  • Band Photo - Johnny Buzzerio
  • Project Direction - Adam Farber

Management

  • Sam Lanier, Buck Williams (PGA) and Brown Cat - Gomer, Garrie, Ellie, Crumpy, Chris, Larry, Greta and Matt

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