Widespread Panic - 'Til The Medicine Takes [2LP] (3D lenticular cover, first time on vinyl, limited)

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20th Anniversary 2LP Set with 3D Lenticular Die-Cut Slipcase!
First Time On Vinyl! Includes Bonus Unreleased Live Tracks!
Limited First Run Of 3000 Copies!

'Til the Medicine Takes is the sixth studio album released by the Athens, GA based band Widespread Panic. The album's name refers to a line in the chorus of the fourth track, "Blue Indian". It was first released on CD by Capricorn Records on July 27, 1999, and would later be re-released on CD in 2001 by Zomba Music Group. The band once again recorded at John Keane's studio in Athens, and pecial guests included Dirty Dozen Brass Band, gospel singer Dottie Peoples, and vocalist Anne Richmond Boston. This would be the band's last record as part of the six-album deal with Capricorn Records. The album reached a peak position of #68 on the Billboard 200 chart. 

In honor of the 20th anniversary of 'Til The Medicine Takes, the album is released on vinyl for the first time ever! The double LP features the original studio recording, remastered for vinyl, produced by the Grammy-nominated John Keane and with the original artwork by Grammy-nominated artist Flournoy Holmes. The release also includes live bonus tracks of "Dyin' Man" and "The Waker" from a June 2000 KBCO 97.3 FM performance.

• 20th Anniversary
• Limited Edition - First Run of 3000 Copies
• 2LP Set
• 140g Vinyl
• Remastered for vinyl
• 3D Lenticular Die-Cut Slipcase
• Tri-fold jacket
• Original artwork by Grammy-nominated artist Flournoy Holmes
• First time on vinyl
• 2 Bonus Unreleased Live Tracks

1. Surprise Valley
2. Bear's Gone Fishin
3. Climb To Safety
4. Blue Indian
5. The Waker
6. Party At Your Mama's House
7. Dyin' Man
8. You'll Be Fine
9. One Arm Steve
10. Christmas Katie
11. All time Low
12. Nobody's Loss
Bonus Tracks:
13. Dying Man (Live)
14. The Waker (Live)

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