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Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad

In some ways, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad are the live dub version of the Grateful Dead, mixing traditional American folk and country with Jamaican reggae and dub rhythms, with plenty of improvisational jams and interludes, all while looking and sometimes sounding like a bluegrass band. Toss in just a little of the Clash, and it's a balancing act that made this uplifting and energetic group a huge draw on the jam band circuit. Formed in 2001 in Rochester, New York, Giant Panda grew out of a fertile regional reggae scene that got a boost in 1981 when Jamaican producer and legend Lee "Scratch" Perry hit town to assemble his backing band. At root, Giant Panda are a reggae band out of that Rochester scene, but they are also perfectly capable of playing straight honky tonk country, rock, R&B, or blues, and have no trouble mixing anything and everything together when they choose to shift gears. The group's ever changing, ever improvised live shows drew the attention of the tapers community around 2005, and soon the group became a main stage draw at jam band festivals. A debut album, Slow Down, was released in 2006. A pair of live albums followed, Live Up! In 2009 and Live Up!! Volume II in 2010. The band then took a sharp left turn into Americana and country with 2012's Country, an impressive outing of Grateful Dead-like honky tonk. It was back to classic 1970s-styled roots reggae and themes for 2012's In These Times and 2014's Steady. ~ Steve Leggett, Rovi
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Damn I remember when these guys came to gainsville when I was going to UF and they played a show right across the street from my apartment and my roommates and I went over to see them play and we brought them back to our apartment and smoked a fat blunt and then we all went to watch them play their show and then they hooked it up with a free cd then introduced all of us to the band 10ft ganja plant which we then smoked a little more with those guys
Saw them in Cincinnati afew yrs back damn good show
angcolon74
Saw them in Boston, New Years Eve 2014... now they are one of my favorite bands.
They're playin live tonight for free in Boston for new years eve 2014
Fortunate enough to live in the same city as these boys! Jam on!
hlochte
dear Pandora: there is no similarity to Bob Marley here, not even close. Please revise!
sunflowercaf e
Super cabrón. Rocks!
chrisconnnor m
The album Country suuucks. Hope they go back to their old sound.
Latest album Country rocks! Please put it up here!
they need to put the new album on here its called Live up you can listen to it in on lala.com for free. Check it out right meow!!!!
stoked for the new album "LIVE UP" coming out this fall!!!! GPGDS is great live go to one of their shows you will leave happy. you can listen to full live shows at archive.org
g_talese
I saw these guys in Santa Cruz, CA a few months ago...defini t e l y a must-see. The live version of 'Seasons Change' is off the hook!
does he sound like bradley knowles to anyone else?
ILL BE AT ROTHBURY 2009 IN JULY THEY ARE GOING TO BE THERE CANT WAIT TO SEE THEM!!! ITS GONNA BE MY FIRST TIME SEEING THEM SO HOPE ITS GOOD!
softsummer18
Do you guys know the name of this song?
http://www.y o u t u b e . c o m / w a t c h ? v = Z t Z T 1 s A u _ D k
a song from Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad
the used to play up in plattsburgh every weekend a few years ago, s**t was nasty
halesw191
saw them live at St.Lawrence College..... . . . . t h e y were bad a**.
Ive seen G.P.G.D.S two times so far and they are amazing their shows have an awesome atmosphere.
Very cool
You can skank for hours, it's mesmerizing.
YEA THESE GUYS ARE PRETTY GOOD, AND BEING FROM NEW YORK ALWAYS HELPS.
(frank kosta is a herbass)
macgillonie
these guys are a cross between, ub40/sublime and elvis costello, with just a pinch of bjork!! there great!!!!!
Giant panda dub rocks my s**t
These guys are underestimat e d , underground, and amazing. There live shows have so much energy, and a wide variety of styles. Bravo!

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