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Another Joyous Occasion

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Released  June 6, 2000
Length  77:11
Producer  John Keane
Recorded  Summer-Fall 1999
Release date  6 June 2000
Label  Widespread Records
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Another Joyous Occasion (2000)  Don't Tell the Band (2001)
Artists  Widespread Panic, Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Genres  Rock music, Southern rock, Jam band
Similar  Widespread Panic albums, Jam band albums, Other albums

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Another Joyous Occasion is the second live album released by the Athens, GA based band Widespread Panic. It was recorded over the Summer and Fall of 1999 when the band performed shows accompanied by The Dirty Dozen Brass Band. It was the first release on the band's own label, Widespread Records, after leaving Capricorn Records. It was released on June 6, 2000.

Contents

The album reached a peak position of #161 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Track listing

All songs by Widespread Panic unless otherwise noted.

Personnel

Widespread Panic

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


John Keane - banjo, pedal steel, keyboards, producer, engineer, mixing
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Brad Blettenberg - assistant engineer
Billy Field - mixing
Dan Friedman - assistant engineer
Richard Knox - keyboards
Ken Love - mastering
Michael Sheehan - photography
Thomas G. Smith - photography

Songs

1Fishwater5:53
2Superstition5:42
3Fishwater (reprise)5:58

References

Another Joyous Occasion Wikipedia


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