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MaLaKaS 03-18-2018 09:09 PM

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BrokenThings 03-18-2018 09:17 PM

this is how it should be done.
 
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Originally Posted by MaLaKaS (Post 7148814)
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Future posts should include artwork no? I thought this was only official releases...

MaLaKaS 03-19-2018 04:50 PM

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Originally Posted by BrokenThings (Post 7148815)
Future posts should include artwork no? I thought this was only official releases...



I'm a little confused. Please explain.

dmb2much40 03-19-2018 08:29 PM

LT 40 DIDO. Daves delivery is really good. Any opinions on where this one ranks in terms of top performances?

sean52692 03-20-2018 11:32 AM

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Originally Posted by dmb2much40 (Post 7148892)
LT 40 DIDO. Daves delivery is really good. Any opinions on where this one ranks in terms of top performances?

It's my favorite non 90s version.

mjf 03-20-2018 01:46 PM

Minarets > Dreamed I Killed God 2/17/97

One of my all time favorite performances. The raw SBD is fucking amazing too

Bluewater34 03-20-2018 02:07 PM

For me, that’s the only DIKG that matters.

mjf 03-20-2018 02:37 PM

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Originally Posted by Bluewater34 (Post 7148964)
For me, that’s the only DIKG that matters.

:upyours yeah it's probably my favorite as well

Tim doesn't get enough credit on this song IMO. Those harmonic swells fit that little riff so goddamn well

MaLaKaS 03-20-2018 02:54 PM

I wish this song amounted to something. It's just too good to be forgotten about.

MaLaKaS 03-20-2018 03:56 PM

"Long Black Veil" - Gorge 2002 N3 (Dave & Roi)

BigVodka 03-20-2018 04:44 PM

Black and Bluebird
Samuri Cop
Bob Law
Bismark
Virginia in the Rain


gearing up for the big day

dmb1981 03-20-2018 08:24 PM

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Originally Posted by Bluewater34 (Post 7148964)
For me, that’s the only DIKG that matters.

Could have been as epic a song as Dave had ever written with the the proper treatment. All time favourite DM related stuff no doubt. Right up there next to Blue Water.

MaLaKaS 03-20-2018 08:40 PM

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Originally Posted by dmb1981 (Post 7148998)
Could have been as epic a song as Dave had ever written with the the proper treatment. All time favourite DM related stuff no doubt. Right up there next to Blue Water.

:upyours it could have easily fit with either the BTCS or LWS songs.

Thor2531 03-20-2018 08:42 PM

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Originally Posted by dmb1981 (Post 7148998)
Could have been as epic a song as Dave had ever written with the the proper treatment. All time favourite DM related stuff no doubt. Right up there next to Blue Water.

You’re so right.

MaLaKaS 03-20-2018 08:46 PM

Hypothetical question here, but if Mac Head were in fact DIKG, we would already know about that, right?

BigVodka 03-20-2018 09:30 PM

Nah, some songs are better kept as little unpolished gems. DIKG is one small riff, a partial melody, and one line of lyrics. A LOT of work there turning it into a song. No fucking way does that work out. Diehard fans would be shitting all over it. There’s a vibe here where people want Dave to give a tune proper treatment, but also don’t believe he’s had it since Sausalito. As it is now you get to imagine what you want, Dave finishes that song and that quality bevomes ruined. Its good to be left wanting sometimes.

Thor2531 03-21-2018 06:00 AM

BigVodka gets shit on, but he’s got his stance and articulates it well. His recent contributions are welcomed. Just giving props.

Bluewater34 03-21-2018 07:02 AM

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Originally Posted by BigVodka (Post 7149004)
Nah, some songs are better kept as little unpolished gems. DIKG is one small riff, a partial melody, and one line of lyrics. A LOT of work there turning it into a song. No fucking way does that work out. Diehard fans would be shitting all over it. There’s a vibe here where people want Dave to give a tune proper treatment, but also don’t believe he’s had it since Sausalito. As it is now you get to imagine what you want, Dave finishes that song and that quality bevomes ruined. Its good to be left wanting sometimes.

It definitely could have been used as a part of a song, but overall I agree with you. I love it, but it was perfectly used as it was and didn’t really need to be more than it was, or even have an obvious way to make it more. I just wish it had stuck around.

Jack 03-21-2018 07:20 AM

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Originally Posted by MaLaKaS (Post 7149001)
Hypothetical question here, but if Mac Head were in fact DIKG, we would already know about that, right?

If you believe that Jake heard it, then we 99% would, yes.

mjf 03-21-2018 07:24 AM

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Originally Posted by Bluewater34 (Post 7149010)
I just wish it had stuck around.

:upyours, like WWBOM did in the D&T setting. Oh well, at least it's part of what makes that tour legendary

MaLaKaS 03-21-2018 08:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Bluewater34 (Post 7149010)
It definitely could have been used as a part of a song, but overall I agree with you. I love it, but it was perfectly used as it was and didn’t really need to be more than it was, or even have an obvious way to make it more. I just wish it had stuck around.

:upyours Both you and BigVodka have valid points. However, it would have been a cool "commercial" on BTCS.

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Originally Posted by Jack (Post 7149011)
If you believe that Jake heard it, then we 99% would, yes.

Good point. I forgot that he supposedly drove 1,200 miles to hear the song. A part of me still doesn't believe him though.

Fan#41 03-21-2018 09:12 AM

What I think James meant by his "2/17/97 is the only DIKG that matters" comment, is in actuality he was thinking of the 2/21/97 performance: Blue Water --> DIKG -->Typical. :upyours

Fan#41 03-21-2018 09:18 AM

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Originally Posted by dmb2much40 (Post 7148892)
LT 40 DIDO. Daves delivery is really good. Any opinions on where this one ranks in terms of top performances?

It's so fucking good. I'm not sure where it would rank for me, but it's probably top 5 for sure.


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Originally Posted by sean52692 (Post 7148940)
It's my favorite non 90s version.

What are your favorite 90's performances? I love 6/13/97.

Bluewater34 03-21-2018 09:41 AM

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Originally Posted by Fan#41 (Post 7149027)
What I think James meant by his "2/17/97 is the only DIKG that matters" comment, is in actuality he was thinking of the 2/21/97 performance: Blue Water --> DIKG -->Typical. :upyours

That’s definitely a great performance, but I still think that the 2/17 one is the best individual performance of DIKG. But yeah, I definitely can’t say that 2/21 doesn’t matter. That run is pretty incredible.

MaLaKaS 03-21-2018 09:51 AM

One day, I hope we get all four of those D&T '97 shows officially released. It would be amazing.

mjf 03-21-2018 10:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Fan#41 (Post 7149027)
What I think James meant by his "2/17/97 is the only DIKG that matters" comment, is in actuality he was thinking of the 2/21/97 performance: Blue Water --> DIKG -->Typical. :upyours

:upyours I love the '96 Blue Waters as well. 2/10 Minarets>BW>TS is another classic

BigVodka 03-21-2018 10:16 AM

I am not re-opening this topic, but

The early Blue Waters are when DMB had their most gratefully dead moments.

Also, Heathcliff’s Haiku Warriors became Crazy became Captain right?

I like Crazy much more than i’ve ever liked Captain. Crazy was another part that made those ‘97 D&T shows special.

MaLaKaS 03-21-2018 11:00 AM

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Originally Posted by BigVodka (Post 7149043)
I am not re-opening this topic, but

The early Blue Waters are when DMB had their most gratefully dead moments.

Also, Heathcliff’s Haiku Warriors became Crazy became Captain right?

I like Crazy much more than i’ve ever liked Captain. Crazy was another part that made those ‘97 D&T shows special.

In my opinion, I don't think that "HHW" turned into "Crazy". I could be wrong though, but I'm just not hearing the similarities.

SeekUpAB 03-21-2018 12:19 PM

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Originally Posted by BigVodka (Post 7149043)
Also, Heathcliff’s Haiku Warriors became Crazy became Captain right?

I like Crazy much more than i’ve ever liked Captain. Crazy was another part that made those ‘97 D&T shows special.

No.

That’s like saying you like Hmm? better than Good Good Time.

sean52692 03-21-2018 04:33 PM

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Originally Posted by Fan#41 (Post 7149030)
What are your favorite 90's performances? I love 6/13/97.

I like the 6/18/96 performance with Leon Mobley on percussion. His percussion reminds me of what Carter does on Crash.

Really, most of the 1996 performances stand out as the greatest DIDOs. So many fiery versions. 7/27/97 with the 'metal' prelude is an awesome one.

BigVodka 03-21-2018 04:40 PM

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Originally Posted by SeekUpAB (Post 7149065)
That’s like saying you like Hmm? better than Good Good Time.

what?

gweeps 03-21-2018 06:12 PM

Minarets :segue
Dreamed I Killed God

from 2/17/97 SBD

Best version of DIKG. I only have it in 160 kbps mp3 though. Anybody have it in better quality? Thanks.

MaLaKaS 03-21-2018 06:19 PM

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Originally Posted by gweeps (Post 7149119)
Minarets :segue
Dreamed I Killed God

from 2/17/97 SBD

Best version of DIKG. I only have it in 160 kbps mp3 though. Anybody have it in better quality? Thanks.

I have it in lossless .SHN format if you'd like?

gweeps 03-21-2018 06:20 PM

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Originally Posted by MaLaKaS (Post 7149120)
I have it in lossless .SHN format if you'd like?

That'd be fantastic. I don't know how I have such a shite copy. Even 320 kbps would be better. Thanks.

MaLaKaS 03-21-2018 06:27 PM

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Originally Posted by gweeps (Post 7149121)
That'd be fantastic. I don't know how I have such a shite copy. Even 320 kbps would be better. Thanks.

PM sent my friend.

Mike VDH 03-21-2018 06:29 PM

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Originally Posted by BigVodka (Post 7149112)
what?

It's how the road page identified Good Good Time when it was first played by DMB.

Dave Matthews Band
Jun 18 2004
First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
Tinley Park, IL
1. So Much To Say
2. Rapunzel
3. New Song #1
4. When The World Ends
5. Too Much
6. If I Had It All
7. Rhyme & Reason
8. Hmm ? [New]
9. Bass Intro
10. New Song #4
11. Where Are You Going
12. Warehouse
13. New Song #2
14. Lap Steel Intro
15. Grace Is Gone
16. Jimi Thing
17. Grey Street
18. New Song #3
19. Stay

-------- ENCORE --------

20. Crush
21. What Would You Say

Thrawn 03-21-2018 06:30 PM

I especially enjoyed the setlist chat on the first night of the '04 tour, when the first new song played was called "New Song #2".

Mike VDH 03-21-2018 06:31 PM

I also vividly remember being in a theater watching the Phish webcast on 6/17 and looking at the live setlist and seeing "New Song #2" come across first. I was like "WAIT. New Song #2? Where's #1???"

BigVodka 03-21-2018 06:49 PM

Ah. Crazy was changed a bit more as it became Captain than hmm? was when it became titled GGT. Was the D&F debut of GGT before Tinely Park?

mjf 03-21-2018 08:28 PM

Some of those Crazy's are definitely gems and it's one of the many highlights of that tour IMO

greykitkat36 03-21-2018 10:19 PM

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Originally Posted by BigVodka (Post 7149130)
Ah. Crazy was changed a bit more as it became Captain than hmm? was when it became titled GGT. Was the D&F debut of GGT before Tinely Park?

I believe D+F debuted GGT at Bonnaroo and it was called "Thing" on the setlist. a few days before the dmb one. Dave's songwriting peak to me is without a doubt '98-'04 and I think most would agree. while a lot of the early songs are also great, the level from 98-04 is on another place for me.

9/10 songs Dave wrote from 91-04 were pretty damn good. From 05-18 I'd say it's been more like 2/10.

Thor2531 03-21-2018 10:40 PM

I was standing at the rail with an eighth of shrooms in my tummy. He undoubtedly debuted the song then. I remember people walking away from the show saying they felt like they just watched an All-Star game. D&F owned Bonnaroo that year (actually is was probably Trey because he played with TAB and several other acts that weekend).

Thrawn 03-22-2018 08:00 AM

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Originally Posted by greykitkat36 (Post 7149138)
I believe D+F debuted GGT at Bonnaroo and it was called "Thing" on the setlist. a few days before the dmb one. Dave's songwriting peak to me is without a doubt '98-'04 and I think most would agree. while a lot of the early songs are also great, the level from 98-04 is on another place for me.

9/10 songs Dave wrote from 91-04 were pretty damn good. From 05-18 I'd say it's been more like 2/10.

Not that I necessarily disagree, but you're including Everyday and Some Devil both in here, right?

greykitkat36 03-22-2018 12:39 PM

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Originally Posted by Thrawn (Post 7149144)
Not that I necessarily disagree, but you're including Everyday and Some Devil both in here, right?

Yeah for sure. Even ED has some good songs on it. My point was that his ratio of good to bad songs was much higher, I don't think anyone on here would really argue that.

roshea999 03-22-2018 01:31 PM

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Originally Posted by Mike VDH (Post 7149126)
I also vividly remember being in a theater watching the Phish webcast on 6/17 and looking at the live setlist and seeing "New Song #2" come across first. I was like "WAIT. New Song #2? Where's #1???"

:lol yes sir and the theatre crew in suburban chicago having some issues with the phish crowd - "Please leave your shoes on, folks"

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Originally Posted by BigVodka (Post 7149130)
Ah. Crazy was changed a bit more as it became Captain than hmm? was when it became titled GGT. Was the D&F debut of GGT before Tinely Park?

That Tinley GGT is worth a re-visit, Carter's drum intro is pretty cool and they got away from that pretty quickly.

gweeps 03-23-2018 07:12 AM

"Little Thing" from that Dave & Tim benefit show in November 2016.

Shame what that song became.

Fan#41 03-23-2018 07:16 AM

That bad?

gweeps 03-23-2018 07:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Fan#41 (Post 7149202)
That bad?

It's not bad, it's just not the same song anymore. Hasn't been since Some Devil. No story, just vocalizing.

And holy shit, OSW is only tolerable with Dave & Tim now.

Neko Case should guest again. She's great on this Maker.

sean52692 03-23-2018 10:34 AM

It's really An Another Thing, but the "Little Thing" opening N2 in Chicago last year D&T was cool as hell. I'll never pass up an opportunity to hear that one live, just hearing Dave play those chords gives me the goosebumps.

dmb2much40 03-23-2018 08:38 PM

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Originally Posted by gweeps (Post 7149203)
It's not bad, it's just not the same song anymore. Hasn't been since Some Devil. No story, just vocalizing.

I haven't heard that performance, but the some devil recording is basically just vocalizing and I think that's one of daves finest vocal performances.

BigVodka 03-23-2018 11:28 PM

for me the tape I had of D&T at UNH in 96 ruined every version of 'An Another Thing'

greykitkat36 03-24-2018 02:23 AM

I've never been a huge fan of "Little Thing" really. It was always pretty much an incomplete idea/song..like #40. You can hear the potential in it, but it never sounded like a finished song to me. Even An' Another Thing (which is as close to finished as it gets), is really more like a jam/interlude. Basically I could take it or leave it. Would be cool to hear live one time just to get it off the "bucket list" but I'd be fine not hearing it. If I had to pick one, the Live At Luther once is still my favorite.

ThememanXX 08-02-2018 11:49 AM

Just started this one. Only change was cutting DDTW from the encore.

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Excellent Dreaming Tree opener with a long intro; fairly flawless Everyday and Say Goodbye with a LeRoi Sax intro after Carter's drum intro. Caught me off guard and I really liked it.

Eh Hee sounds better than I remember it. I'd love to see Buddy give this one a shot on the piano after the break this year.

Welsh 08-02-2018 01:19 PM

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Originally Posted by ThememanXX (Post 7185279)
Just started this one. Only change was cutting DDTW from the encore.

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Excellent Dreaming Tree opener with a long intro; fairly flawless Everyday and Say Goodbye with a LeRoi Sax intro after Carter's drum intro. Caught me off guard and I really liked it.

Eh Hee sounds better than I remember it. I'd love to see Buddy give this one a shot on the piano after the break this year.

I had Eh Hee on yesterday, from a 2007 show. I forgot what a nice little punch it provides in a show. Would be a nice addition after the break.

I have never heard a Say Goodbye with sax on it, so I'll be checking that out.

Mitch 08-02-2018 01:49 PM

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Originally Posted by Welsh (Post 7185310)
I had Eh Hee on yesterday, from a 2007 show. I forgot what a nice little punch it provides in a show.

:upyours and 2007 was before Tim added the real punch to it

ThememanXX 08-02-2018 01:58 PM

The Warehouse from this show is legit, too. Grazing in the Grass interpolation. :upyours

Jayes 08-02-2018 04:54 PM

Oh man, that set is so random. If played today, it would slay (as a random set).

ThememanXX 08-03-2018 07:36 AM

Looking for suggestions on one show from each year with a great quality tape to listen to here and there. Any help/suggestions? Just finished 9/26/07

bsan83 08-03-2018 08:06 AM

4.7.02 was always my go to from that tour.

For 04, 10.5.04 is always the one I come back to.

Thrawn 08-03-2018 08:08 AM

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Originally Posted by bsan83 (Post 7185414)
4.7.02 was always my go to from that tour.

For 04, 10.5.04 is always the one I come back to.

:upyours

bsan83 08-03-2018 08:16 AM

I just put on 10.5.04 now actually. Very Butch heavy tape. One Sweet World sounds phenomenal with his fills.

bsan83 08-03-2018 08:28 AM

8.7.03 is another one that sticks in my head and has absolutely filthy versions of Two Step and Minarets.

ThememanXX 08-03-2018 08:37 AM

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Originally Posted by bsan83 (Post 7185414)
4.7.02 was always my go to from that tour.

For 04, 10.5.04 is always the one I come back to.

:upyours They're on my radar. Thanks.

ThememanXX 08-03-2018 08:37 AM

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Originally Posted by bsan83 (Post 7185419)
8.7.03 is another one that sticks in my head and has absolutely filthy versions of Two Step and Minarets.

Good stuff....now I've got '02-'04 covered. :rawk

Fan#41 08-03-2018 08:57 AM

A few of the September '00 tapes are fantastic and still hold up. I don't really remember some of those tapers' names; Chen or Wang or something like that. His 9/10/00 pull is really nice. Also...crap....stronofsky or whatever, I THINK it was his pull from 9/2/00 that's a show I listen to a lot.

ThememanXX 08-03-2018 09:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Fan#41 (Post 7185424)
A few of the September '00 tapes are fantastic and still hold up. I don't really remember some of those tapers' names; Chen or Wang or something like that. His 9/10/00 pull is really nice. Also...crap....stronofsky or whatever, I THINK it was his pull from 9/2/00 that's a show I listen to a lot.

I've listened to 9/10/00 so much, it's one of my all time favorite shows. I'll check out 9/2 (and you're thinking Mike Sarnofsky, I believe.) :upyours

so far, I've got:

9/2/00
4/7/02
8/7/03
10/5/04

MidwestDrummer 08-03-2018 09:43 AM

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Originally Posted by bsan83 (Post 7185418)
I just put on 10.5.04 now actually. Very Butch heavy tape. One Sweet World sounds phenomenal with his fills.

I miss when OSW used to sound good. It's just a loud discombobulated clusterfuck at this point.

Thrawn 08-03-2018 11:06 AM

I have a weird recommendation for '01. 5.9.01 is the third to last show that the band did as just the 5 of them with no guests, and it's better than the second to last and last ones. I used to listen to that a lot just because it was a great performance and also so different.

Jayes 08-03-2018 12:13 PM

Whose pull?

DIDO36 08-03-2018 12:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Thrawn (Post 7185433)
I have a weird recommendation for '01. 5.9.01 is the third to last show that the band did as just the 5 of them with no guests, and it's better than the second to last and last ones. I used to listen to that a lot just because it was a great performance and also so different.

This show is fantastic.

ThememanXX 08-03-2018 12:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Thrawn (Post 7185433)
I have a weird recommendation for '01. 5.9.01 is the third to last show that the band did as just the 5 of them with no guests, and it's better than the second to last and last ones. I used to listen to that a lot just because it was a great performance and also so different.

Yeah, I remember this one but the shows around it always got more play than this one for me. I'll add it to the list!

ThememanXX 08-03-2018 12:31 PM

9/2/00
5/9/01
4/7/02
8/7/03
10/5/04

DIDO36 08-03-2018 12:34 PM

7/25/01 is also great

ThememanXX 08-03-2018 12:53 PM

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Originally Posted by DIDO36 (Post 7185454)
7/25/01 is also great

That's another one, like 9/10/00, that I've listened to ad-nauseum. Great show. :upyours

bsan83 08-03-2018 01:18 PM

Been a while since I’ve listened to it, but 6.9.06 was one of my go tos for that year. IIRC, Grace is Gone, Dreaming Tree, and Jimi Thing and ASTB with the full horn section all taking turns were all pretty awesome.

ThememanXX 08-03-2018 01:35 PM

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Originally Posted by bsan83 (Post 7185459)
Been a while since I’ve listened to it, but 6.9.06 was one of my go tos for that year. IIRC, Grace is Gone, Dreaming Tree, and Jimi Thing and ASTB with the full horn section all taking turns were all pretty awesome.

Listened to that one a few weeks back, always enjoyed the early 2006 shows (Deer Creek through Canada)

sean52692 08-03-2018 05:45 PM

For 2009, 7/28 really stands out as an amazing tape. Pretty good show too.

Listening to 3/7/99 today. This Seek Up. :drool

Fan#41 08-03-2018 08:17 PM

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Originally Posted by DIDO36 (Post 7185454)
7/25/01 is also great

Nice av :lol

Feathered 08-03-2018 09:20 PM

I always enjoy listening to 8/5/06 even though its got a lackluster encore.

That middle section is really nice.

ThememanXX 08-03-2018 09:32 PM

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Originally Posted by Feathered (Post 7185494)
I always enjoy listening to 8/5/06 even though its got a lackluster encore.

That middle section is really nice.



That’s solid. I’ll add that to my list. :upyours

bsan83 08-04-2018 09:40 AM

2010 I feel like you have to go with something from the fall run.

sean52692 08-04-2018 09:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bsan83 (Post 7185507)
2010 I feel like you have to go with something from the fall run.

Or May/June.

Feathered 08-04-2018 10:12 AM

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Originally Posted by sean52692 (Post 7185509)
Or May/June.

Scranton.

sean52692 08-04-2018 10:28 AM

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Originally Posted by Feathered (Post 7185510)
Scranton.

That one too. Great release. July had some great 2010 shows as well - WPB was an insane weekend.

Feathered 08-04-2018 10:53 AM

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Originally Posted by sean52692 (Post 7185512)
That one too. Great release. July had some great 2010 shows as well - WPB was an insane weekend.

Damn WPB N2 was nice, haven't listened to that one in a long time. N1 has a few songs I like but a lot of songs I want to slam my head into a brick wall when I hear nowadays. Lasim Richards is a nice guest as well, I got him at 9.7/9.8/12 on a few songs.

ThememanXX 08-06-2018 09:11 AM

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Originally Posted by Feathered (Post 7185510)
Scranton.

Yeah that was a great show (and awesome live release.)

celluloid hero 08-08-2018 05:31 PM

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somf4eva 08-08-2018 06:20 PM

very nice.

I put on Red Rocks this morning. Been listening to alot of DMB lately.

gweeps 08-08-2018 08:10 PM

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dm40band 08-08-2018 09:50 PM

im listening to Tables Turned Again Compilation

AhoraMazda 08-09-2018 07:43 AM

live trax 30

ThememanXX 08-09-2018 07:45 AM

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Originally Posted by bsan83 (Post 7185419)
8.7.03 is another one that sticks in my head and has absolutely filthy versions of Two Step and Minarets.

This is a fantastic show. Just finished, great recommendation. :upyours

sean52692 08-11-2018 09:19 AM

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Virginia in the Rain debut?

Shame they have barely played that song this tour. I loved it in 2015. And C'Ville 2016 was great as well.

Habbs 08-11-2018 11:49 AM

Seek Up 9/2/07

Feathered 08-11-2018 12:56 PM

Barclays 12/21/12

End of the World show, a ton of songs I'm beyond sick of but it was such a *sigh* high energy freight train that the show holds a special place in my listening rotation. Plus the Encore is fantastic and the scattered guests really add a nice layer to an already overpowered show sound wise.

They better play Barclays again, sound is so solid in that venue.

gweeps 08-11-2018 10:01 PM

This one needs to come back.


NiCK (Crush) 08-21-2018 03:31 PM

I agree gweeps, that could be great with this current lineup.

batleon 08-21-2018 03:34 PM

Listened to some 1991 stuff then put on 7/13/18. This is the first time I am listening to anything from this tour. Jarring difference going from their earliest gigs to a current show.

There are some things I am liking about this lineup but for the most part I'm disinterested in what I'm listening to. I guess I really am over this band now which is sad :(

Tambourine Man 08-21-2018 04:43 PM

7/28/18

gweeps 08-22-2018 08:26 PM

DOOF. The only positive thing I can say about it is Carter is giving a driving performance. But even that still plods a bit.

Roi is nice though.


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