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Nine High a Pallet
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Brute's Nine High A Pallet is the result of two days of jamming between Vic Chesnutt and Widespread Panic, an odd pairing if there ever was one. On paper, Chesnutt's stripped-back, bitter, folky records seem at odds with W... more »
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Brute's Nine High A Pallet is the result of two days of jamming between Vic Chesnutt and Widespread Panic, an odd pairing if there ever was one. On paper, Chesnutt's stripped-back, bitter, folky records seem at odds with Widespread Panic's winding, Allman
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Randall H. (sagg) from MEDFORD, OR
Reviewed on 6/9/2009...
Widespread Panic and Vic Chesnutt are Brute.
With David Schools poppin bass grooves and Ortiz' infectious congo jams, accompanied by Vic's gravely Cat Stevens like vocals.
This CD is ALWAYS on at my home.
Good background music when your busy.
Fantastic listening music when your feeling introspective.
Big thumbs up!
1 of 1 member(s) found this review helpful.
Should Be Called Lightning In A Bottle
The Orange Duke | Cupertino, Ca United States | 07/07/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The mixing of crazed bitter folkie Chesnutt and jam band Panic in unexpectedly pleasurable. The combination is pure genius, pure gold. Panic's playing is excellent as ever, and is improved by the resistance to the impulse to jam. The result is infectious, mesmerizing and divine. Every track is superb, especially worthy of note is the mournful, haunting `Westport Ferry', the funky, groovy `Alright' (both versions) and the poppy, irresistible `Good Morning Mr. Hard on'. The group will please fans of both bands, as well as fans of bands as diverse as The Dead, Bicycle Thief and Bap Kennedy. It's a must have, an album that gets better with every spin. Spin it now."
Buy it already, Marty!
musicfanfromkittery | London, UK | 11/08/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I am a long-time Panic fan, and I just found out about this gem. Vic adds a nice touch of folk and melody to Widespread's heavy sound. This is as down-to-earth as music can get. Kudos to Panic and the way they're able to work with other musicians, such as Vic Chestnut and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, to consistently produce new and interesting music."