finally makes a studio recording worthy of its legendary live reputation, with Til The Medicine Takes
. Only one song clocks in over five minutes, as Panic
tones down the noodling and tears into well-structured songs. "Blue Indian" and "Nobody's Loss" show Panic
's debt to the hippie-updated folk of the Grateful Dead
, and "All Time Low" sounds like a lost '60s classic rock staple. JoJo Hermann's keyboards highlight much of the album, especially "One Arm Steve," but the allure of Til The Medicine Takes
, much like a Panic
concert, is the communal vibe that everyone has contributed to a successful experience, including the listener.