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Fan#41 10-24-2019 02:06 PM

After watching some of those solo clips from the XM studios, I've been on a Dave solo kick. Sometimes it's a little refreshing to hear those great songs stripped of all the fat and fluff that's been added over the years.

10/24/02 (currently on Fool To Think)

dmb1981 10-24-2019 02:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fan#41 (Post 7217805)
After watching some of those solo clips from the XM studios, I've been on a Dave solo kick. Sometimes it's a little refreshing to hear those great songs stripped of all the fat and fluff that's been added over the years.

10/24/02 (currently on Fool To Think)

Benaroya is my favourite non DMB release of all time.

dmb2much40 10-24-2019 02:21 PM

That show is truly a gem. I adore that Raven.

patsfan39 10-24-2019 03:50 PM

The Raven is out of control. I also love the Stone opener, that Maker is really special too. Too Much was really fun as well.

gweeps 10-27-2019 07:49 PM

Broken Things from 12/11/12 (WH10 v6)

Where the hell is this song? Such a shame it's been totally ignored for over 6 years.

Thor2531 10-28-2019 12:50 PM

Listened to a solo Virginia in the Rain on the ride to work this morning. So good.

jeff1818 10-28-2019 08:53 PM

I've been going thru all the DMBlives. Right now I'm listening to 2/22/94. Love it! Also dig 4/10/93 a lot. Pure DMB. Lots of Boyd and Roi.

jsandr 10-29-2019 02:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gweeps (Post 7217911)
Broken Things from 12/11/12 (WH10 v6)

Where the hell is this song? Such a shame it's been totally ignored for over 6 years.

I would love to hear broken things with tim taking boyds part and adding a spoon esque solo, but if it ever comes back im sure buddy and rashawn will take those solos.

Also Would not be surprised if they never play that song again.

JamSession v2.0 10-30-2019 09:38 AM

Been listening to LWS the last week. :upyours

Jayes 10-31-2019 04:57 PM

What are you currently listening to? (DMB edition)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by JamSession v2.0 (Post 7218031)
Been listening to LWS the last week. :upyours

Disc sucks. Doesnt even have WAYG, brah!

sean52692 11-01-2019 09:46 AM

Dudes...

Roi. Seek Up. 7/21/04.

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Rowsdower 11-01-2019 10:29 AM

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Originally Posted by sean52692 (Post 7218094)
Dudes...

Roi. Seek Up. 7/21/04.

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That whole show is severely underrated.

NiCK (Crush) 11-01-2019 03:58 PM

04 is my favorite tour.

dmb2much40 11-01-2019 09:05 PM

That’s a really bold statement Nick.

Tambourine Man 11-01-2019 10:22 PM

I put 2004 over 2000 I think

JamSession v2.0 11-02-2019 04:30 AM

04 was a great tour with an awesome batch of new songs. I seem to remember a bit of setlist bitching on closers.

dmb1981 11-03-2019 03:54 PM

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Originally Posted by NiCK (Crush) (Post 7218125)
04 is my favorite tour.

At first look, I thought not. But with the new batch of songs and overall performances, I can't say I disagree. The whole '98-2004 is tough. 2003 has the setlists but not strong performances. I have to say, personally, 2000 was most special to me as a whole. The anticipation of those songs was something. The first performances of Grey Street and Bartender blew me away. I'll never forget it. The first performances of those two songs gives me chills to this day. Dave and the band were on soulful fire. That first Grey Street.. Wow.

ThememanXX 11-03-2019 05:10 PM

Yeah, 2000 will forever be my favorite.

roshea999 11-03-2019 05:47 PM

I just want to see some fire from them again. Dave keeps saying buddy has reinvigorated them. Well, I don’t really see it. I understand they must be relieved to have no more Boyd bringing everyone down, but I don’t see the fire. Minimal improv, songs remain largely unchanged, carter can’t be bothered to throw drum sticks anymore. N2s being shorter and more boring than n1s. Meh. I hope something changes but I suspect this is it from here in out.

greykitkat36 11-03-2019 05:52 PM

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Originally Posted by roshea999 (Post 7218174)
I just want to see some fire from them again. Dave keeps saying buddy has reinvigorated them. Well, I don’t really see it. I understand they must be relieved to have no more Boyd bringing everyone down, but I don’t see the fire. Minimal improv, songs remain largely unchanged, carter can’t be bothered to throw drum sticks anymore. N2s being shorter and more boring than n1s. Meh. I hope something changes but I suspect this is it from here in out.

I disagree. It's been very clear that Dave and the band have been much happier since Boyd's been gone and Buddy has joined. I've seen them smiling and enjoying themselves up there a lot more than in most 3.0 years. The improv aspect has been that way since 2011 honestly, they've made a conscious effort to do less of that and have Jeff and Rashawn be more of a "section". It's not about fire, it's just a musical direction decision. I think Dave has had a lot of fire especially with writing and wanting to record and do new material---it's just unfortunate that his songwriting style is so bland now.

The carter drumstick thing has definitley rubbed me the wrong way though for sure. No idea why he did that for years and now all of sudden completely walks offstage and doesn't care at all. If anything, maybe Carter has lost some of that ambition and what not, but maybe he's just tired of doing that.

The best thing this band can do right now and I've been saying it for years is to cut back on the number of shows per tour. The shows will matter more, they'll be more fun and anticipated for both the fans and the band, and they'll be more prone to opening up the catalog knowing there's not a whole summer to do so (and subsequently getting content and lazy with the rotation). It's honestly such a no brainer to me, but I guess they get close to still selling out most venues with 40+ shows a year, so why not rake in the $ while you can. If you look at Fall 2018, that's great proof of how good a small scale tour could be. Go to 25-28 shows not 40+

Thrawn 11-03-2019 08:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ThememanXX (Post 7218172)
Yeah, 2000 will forever be my favorite.

:upyours

Something magical about those 2000 Grey Streets, Bartenders, and Graces.

typsitch 11-03-2019 08:32 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by roshea999 (Post 7218174)
I just want to see some fire from them again. Dave keeps saying buddy has reinvigorated them. Well, I donít really see it. I understand they must be relieved to have no more Boyd bringing everyone down, but I donít see the fire. Minimal improv, songs remain largely unchanged, carter canít be bothered to throw drum sticks anymore. N2s being shorter and more boring than n1s. Meh. I hope something changes but I suspect this is it from here in out.

Agree. The "look happier" thing is also BS IMO, they always appear that way on stage.

roshea999 11-04-2019 03:11 PM

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Originally Posted by greykitkat36 (Post 7218175)
I disagree. It's been very clear that Dave and the band have been much happier since Boyd's been gone and Buddy has joined. I've seen them smiling and enjoying themselves up there a lot more than in most 3.0 years. The improv aspect has been that way since 2011 honestly, they've made a conscious effort to do less of that and have Jeff and Rashawn be more of a "section". It's not about fire, it's just a musical direction decision. I think Dave has had a lot of fire especially with writing and wanting to record and do new material---it's just unfortunate that his songwriting style is so bland now.

The best thing this band can do right now and I've been saying it for years is to cut back on the number of shows per tour. The shows will matter more, they'll be more fun and anticipated for both the fans and the band, and they'll be more prone to opening up the catalog knowing there's not a whole summer to do so (and subsequently getting content and lazy with the rotation). It's honestly such a no brainer to me, but I guess they get close to still selling out most venues with 40+ shows a year, so why not rake in the $ while you can. If you look at Fall 2018, that's great proof of how good a small scale tour could be. Go to 25-28 shows not 40+

I'm definitely on board with a shorter tour. More multi-night stops and fewer one off places would help, too. As you mentioned, attendance overall seemed pretty good this year so I get why the machine keeps rolling.

We all remember the very real sonic and overall energy change from 06/07 to Tim coming back in May/June of 08. Talk about a band looking and sounding rejuvenated. I'd love a similar type transition one more time but I'm not sure it's going to happen. Buddy certainly hasn't had the impact Tim had. I'm not blaming Buddy for that and his circumstances are obviously very different than Tim's significance in the band's entire story.

I think we got another 10 years of DMB so long as everyone stays healthy. I just hope there's one more significant change or resurgence before they hang it up. Dave has a lot of years performing ahead of him still and I'm looking forward to seeing him to the end.

dmb2much40 11-04-2019 06:58 PM

I’m also in favor of fewer shows and a focus on multi-night stands. That seems to be the only way to open up the catalogue. Most one-nighters are average at best.

Fan#41 11-08-2019 10:48 AM

Seek Up - 12/4/18

I really enjoyed being at this show. Expectations were low for a fall show on a Tuesday in New Hampshire and the band certainly didn't play like their lives depended on it, but there was some truly great musicianship that night. Currently listening to this Seek Up. The intro build from Jeff and Ross has been something I've both enjoyed and loathed over the last 10 years. Sometimes Ross just tries to over-power right out of the gate and Jeff follows suit and it just becomes a mess that's masked as an energetic crescendo, but this time there was this delicate approach and that chaotic climb was concise, fun and beautiful. Dave really entered this vocally like walking on eggshells, treating this performance with a lot of care and Tim's eerie additions throughout made this a great performance. Also really love what Buddy added to this one. It reminded me of what I miss from Butch.

ThememanXX 11-20-2019 08:34 AM

6/29/12

Not a bad show whatsoever for the era, but if it wasn't for that goddamn thunderstorm.....

jeff1818 11-29-2019 10:18 PM

Live on lakeside. Love this release! Such a fun show.

gweeps 11-29-2019 11:02 PM

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Originally Posted by jeff1818 (Post 7219295)
Live on lakeside. Love this release! Such a fun show.

Have always loved this Bowa. Such buoyancy.

jeff1818 11-30-2019 07:56 PM

Just enjoyed a re-listen to 4/5/95 (dmblive). Really an amazing show. Love that Angel from Montgomery!! Ah, to be in that room. 1995 really smoked. Now I’m onto 4/7/95 another really classic show. Love DMB 1.0 :)

gweeps 12-01-2019 04:04 AM

Finally finishing 7/12/14. The year the LOUDERFASTER era really kicked into full steam.

patsfan39 12-02-2019 09:32 AM

Finally purchased LT 41 D&T Berkeley 99. The three songs stick out to me are Last Stop, The Stone and Lie in Our Graves. Also having Ill Back You up and Halloween back to back is also very interesting.

This is a really good show, glad i finally bought it.

ThememanXX 12-02-2019 10:53 AM

7/13/00

Might be my favorite show of all time to listen to.

patsfan39 12-02-2019 11:28 AM

Copperpot just posted a full video of 5/19/02, Seek Up > heartbeat is quite a way to start the show.

Wish they didnt drop that 18 years ago. This jazzy sound is so nice.


NiCK (Crush) 12-02-2019 11:36 AM

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Originally Posted by patsfan39 (Post 7219340)
This jazzy sound is so nice.

:upyours

I miss Butch.

ThememanXX 12-05-2019 12:08 PM

8/3/01

Habbs 12-05-2019 01:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by patsfan39 (Post 7219340)
Copperpot just posted a full video of 5/19/02, Seek Up > heartbeat is quite a way to start the show.

Wish they didnt drop that 18 years ago. This jazzy sound is so nice.


I was in the pavilion for that show, had a fantastic time, the crowd around me went nuts when they started Seek Up and it flowed really well, such a good memory.

I'm listening to Live Trax Vol 31 from 2001, on the bonus tracks right now.

ThememanXX 12-05-2019 04:33 PM

8/4/01

DMBCLSTJ 12-05-2019 10:39 PM

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Originally Posted by ThememanXX (Post 7219488)
8/3/01

My favorite Grey Street is from that show, Roi was insane on that version. :upyours

DIDO36 12-06-2019 02:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Habbs (Post 7219493)
I was in the pavilion for that show, had a fantastic time, the crowd around me went nuts when they started Seek Up and it flowed really well, such a good memory.

I'm listening to Live Trax Vol 31 from 2001, on the bonus tracks right now.

Now when Seek Up starts most of the crowd doesnít even know what it is. Mass exodus to the bathroom/beer lines. Such a shame.

ThememanXX 12-06-2019 09:01 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DMBCLSTJ (Post 7219512)
My favorite Grey Street is from that show, Roi was insane on that version. :upyours

He really was. And 8/4's Granny is my favorite version of that song, too. It was a solid 2-nighter for 2001.

jeff1818 12-13-2019 06:45 PM

WH 10.6. These warehouse discs are pretty outstanding. I haven’t given hem a proper listen in forever or ever. Love SPAC Two Step. Great stuff. On to 10.7 next.

sean52692 12-14-2019 01:14 AM

D&T Recently 12/12/93

Holy Tim Reynolds...

SomeDevil17 12-14-2019 01:35 PM

Definitely not anything new on streaming services.

somf4eva 12-14-2019 10:48 PM

Ways find myself listening to Christmas Song from LiC around this time. I really like that version.

dmb2much40 12-15-2019 07:31 AM

Big fan of the Live in Chicago Christmas Song.

Thrawn 12-15-2019 08:12 AM

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Originally Posted by dmb2much40 (Post 7219839)
Big fan of the Live in Chicago Christmas Song.

Me too! Underrated performance.

Fan#41 12-15-2019 09:43 AM

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Originally Posted by sean52692 (Post 7219818)
D&T Recently 12/12/93

Holy Tim Reynolds...

Always loved how quiet and delicate those performances were for that show, at least from Dave's guitar playing that is.

sean52692 12-15-2019 11:22 AM

I love the Christmas Song from Wrigley, as well. That was totally out of left field and a beautiful version.

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Originally Posted by Fan#41 (Post 7219841)
Always loved how quiet and delicate those performances were for that show, at least from Dave's guitar playing that is.

Those 93-95 D&T sbd recordings are incredible to listen to, great relaxing music. :upyours

sean52692 12-15-2019 12:08 PM

#41 (Ft. Bťla Fleck and the Flecktones) 9/15/00

SomeDevil17 12-15-2019 01:06 PM

Christmas song (live) was playing at meijer the other day in the morning :lol

Cortez 4 12-15-2019 09:42 PM

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Originally Posted by dmb2much40 (Post 7219839)
Big fan of the Live in Chicago Christmas Song.

Great call... nice version all around

jimit43 12-16-2019 09:22 AM

LIOG 5.3.17

jeff1818 12-18-2019 11:47 PM

RED ROCKS 95

jeff1818 12-22-2019 09:30 PM

I’m going through all of the officially released in/store tapes. Now playing Luther. Sooooo good. I’m gonna wrap-up with AC. I’ve taken a long DM break and it’s cool to dive back in. I will stear clear of 4.0 as I just don’t have any interest. Too many great years to bother :)

Thor2531 12-23-2019 08:57 PM

Joyride 2019 - good shit

sean52692 12-24-2019 08:41 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Thor2531 (Post 7220161)
Joyride 2019 - good shit

True statement. Loved it this year.

ThememanXX 12-24-2019 09:50 AM

Wish Kill the King stuck around in Summer '19 and traded off shows with Joyride.

ThememanXX 12-24-2019 10:41 AM

Listening to SPAC 2006 now. Even with Rashawn in the fold then, it was such a different sound.

dmb1981 12-24-2019 12:06 PM

Dave and Tim Trax 41. ‘99 tour. Everything about it is perfect. Have had it on all morning. Dave’s voice on Last Stop is astounding.

Completely crazy they didn’t play Dreaming Tree once that tour. Just imagine how good it would have sounded. Real shame.

celluloid hero 12-24-2019 12:59 PM

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Originally Posted by dmb1981 (Post 7220183)
Dave and Tim Trax 41. Ď99 tour. Everything about it is perfect. Have had it on all morning. Daveís voice on Last Stop is astounding.

Completely crazy they didnít play Dreaming Tree once that tour. Just imagine how good it would have sounded. Real shame.

Someone shouted it at one of the shows, I think Nashville? And Dave said that he doesnít do anything on the song. I mean obviously he was wrong and it was amazing, he is usually wrong, but he did address it.

gweeps 12-25-2019 04:32 AM

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Refreshing.

dmb1981 12-25-2019 10:28 AM

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Originally Posted by celluloid hero (Post 7220184)
Someone shouted it at one of the shows, I think Nashville? And Dave said that he doesnít do anything on the song. I mean obviously he was wrong and it was amazing, he is usually wrong, but he did address it.

Did Dave forget how incredible the Farm Aid 2007 version was? I mean, come on Dave.

ThememanXX 12-26-2019 12:42 PM

Deer Creek '07; again, this was a different band.

jeff1818 12-26-2019 03:38 PM

Folsom Field. Solid show! I hated Everyday back then but now I dig the tunes. LL are a bit annoying (haha). BEF>Bartender brings it!

I just YouTubed the vid. Not sure why the camera only stays for half a second before switching to another. Pretty poor imo.

SomeDevil17 12-26-2019 06:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ThememanXX (Post 7220222)
Deer Creek '07; again, this was a different band.

My only shotgun and almost definitely my only ever sweet up and down.

ThememanXX 12-26-2019 07:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SomeDevil17 (Post 7220238)
My only shotgun and almost definitely my only ever sweet up and down.



I’m still surprised I got Sweet Up and Down at WPB that year. Really enjoyed that one. Also surprisingly saw Shotgun 7 times. Haha

patsfan39 12-27-2019 01:51 PM

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Originally Posted by dmb1981 (Post 7220210)
Did Dave forget how incredible the Farm Aid 2007 version was? I mean, come on Dave.

Heís talking about in 99. Unless Dave is Dr Manhattan, he hadnít experienced that version yet.

dmb1981 12-27-2019 02:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by patsfan39 (Post 7220261)
He’s talking about in 99. Unless Dave is Dr Manhattan, he hadn’t experienced that version yet.

I thought he was talking about a 2017 D&T show in Nashville. Settle down now.

ThememanXX 01-03-2020 08:44 AM

Dave Matthews Band
July 25, 2008
Verizon Wireless Music Center, Noblesville, IN


Don't Drink the Water
So Damn Lucky
Eh Hee
Water into Wine :segue
Two Step
Proudest Monkey :segue
Satellite
Corn Bread
Dancing Nancies
The Dreaming Tree
Sledgehammer
Stay (Wasting Time)
Lover Lay Down
Drive In Drive Out
Jimi Thing
#41
So Much to Say :segue
Anyone Seen the Bridge :segue
Too Much
______________

You Might Die Trying
Louisiana Bayou

sean52692 01-03-2020 03:20 PM

That's a solid show. I like the next night a lot too. The Seek Up opener is pretty nice. In fact the 7/26 opening run through Rhyme is pretty good.

sean52692 01-08-2020 08:45 AM

This morning:

Samurai Cop 5/10/17 (D&T with orchestra)
Satellite 6/7/16 (extended Jeff solo, love this version)
Pig 6/3/17 (D&T)
Rhyme & Reason 8/19/05

dmb1981 01-08-2020 08:59 AM

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Originally Posted by gweeps (Post 7220205)
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Refreshing.

Would love to get that signed. I've met him once before, in '98. He signed my Red Rocks cover. It's a prized piece. And I'm not an autograph guy.

ThememanXX 01-08-2020 09:58 AM

Camden, 2009

Found it interesting that Rashawn plays Roi's notes from the Rapunzel album outro almost part for part at this show. Pretty cool.

Fan#41 01-09-2020 06:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sean52692 (Post 7220591)
Satellite 6/7/16 (extended Jeff solo, love this version)

Don't think I've heard this one yet. Can you throw it up?

roshea999 01-09-2020 10:58 PM

Yeah that sounds cool I'd like to hear it.

sean52692 01-10-2020 08:33 AM

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roshea999 01-10-2020 08:43 PM

Thanks!

sean52692 01-26-2020 02:57 PM

12/13/00

Cortez, Exodus, and Ants Marching. With Warren Haynes.

Damn. Holy Warren and Carter on Exodus.

sean52692 01-31-2020 06:20 PM

R&R studio cut.

Damn, Dave and Carter are so good on this.

JamSession v2.0 01-31-2020 06:25 PM

The band I fell in love with.


Thrawn 02-01-2020 11:35 AM

That's one of my 10 favorite released specific tracks in the whole band's history, no question. One of my smaller annoyances as a fan is how every change they made to the Stone from that point onward just made it worse. It's still *great*, don't get me wrong, but it used to be *perfect*.

Thrawn 02-01-2020 11:37 AM

It particular, Boyd hits the high C in the end jam correctly all three times, which basically never happened after that again.

Thrawn 02-01-2020 11:38 AM

Fun fact: just after 7:00, Carter either intentionally or unintentionally throws a stick away, and you cannot tell at all.

JamSession v2.0 02-01-2020 12:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Thrawn (Post 7221906)
Fun fact: just after 7:00, Carter either intentionally or unintentionally throws a stick away, and you cannot tell at all.

Hah! I'd never noticed that before. It just goes flying ahead of him.

zaphod! 02-01-2020 01:15 PM

i love the stone, but if any song needed to have one of its verses cut, its that one.

JamSession v2.0 02-01-2020 01:26 PM

Man, I disagree. Every part of that song tells something.

Jayes 02-01-2020 02:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JamSession v2.0 (Post 7221913)
Man, I disagree. Every part of that song tells something.


Yep. That tune is perfection.

dmb1981 02-01-2020 02:27 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zaphod! (Post 7221912)
i love the stone, but if any song needed to have one of its verses cut, its that one.

WHA?

zaphod! 02-01-2020 02:38 PM

i know its an unpopular opinion.

i just don't think that the song earns its 5 verses and 4 choruses. the music doesn't really go anywhere interesting once the song gets going and until it hits that very last chorus. it just meanders.

i'm not saying its a bad song, or anything. i'd always welcome it being played at any show. i just think it could use some trimming.

dmb1981 02-01-2020 03:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zaphod! (Post 7221921)
i know its an unpopular opinion.

i just don't think that the song earns its 5 verses and 4 choruses. the music doesn't really go anywhere interesting once the song gets going and until it hits that very last chorus. it just meanders.

i'm not saying its a bad song, or anything. i'd always welcome it being played at any show. i just think it could use some trimming.

My favourite song in the catalogue. A truly perfect piece of work. Your opinion is your opinion, all good! I just wouldn't personally change a thing. What a song.

sean52692 02-01-2020 06:58 PM

That List Supp performance of The Stone is great, yes. But it's not one of my favorites. To me, it's too clean and precise in a way that makes it feel sort of neutered. There isn't enough buildup and emotional tension in that version and that's a huge part of what makes The Stone great.

dmb2much40 02-02-2020 08:53 PM

What is your favorite stone?

Personally I go to coffin era performances, particularly Scranton 2010 (LT 22). One of the handful of songs I prefer Jeff over Roi.

dmb1981 02-02-2020 09:27 PM

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Originally Posted by dmb2much40 (Post 7221951)
What is your favorite stone?

Personally I go to coffin era performances, particularly Scranton 2010 (LT 22). One of the handful of songs I prefer Jeff over Roi.

The first show Jeff played after Roiís accident.. that Stone always got me.

sean52692 02-02-2020 10:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dmb2much40 (Post 7221951)
What is your favorite stone?

Personally I go to coffin era performances, particularly Scranton 2010 (LT 22). One of the handful of songs I prefer Jeff over Roi.

Personally, my favorite Stone is 8/1/09.

ThememanXX 02-03-2020 01:02 PM

Darien Lake, 2003

Hot damn is Boyd awful....and I'm only four songs in and he hasn't had a solo yet. :lol :boohoo

dmb1981 02-03-2020 01:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ThememanXX (Post 7221977)
Darien Lake, 2003

Hot damn is Boyd awful....and I'm only four songs in and he hasn't had a solo yet. :lol :boohoo

I was there. Good seats. Amazing set. Stay opened if I recall correctly. Boyd was bad!

ThememanXX 02-03-2020 02:05 PM

Setlist is stellar, so far (I'm not looking at it before I listen.) Was surprised by the Stay opener. Boyd's awful and Butch and Roi are co-MVP's. Both sound incredible here.

Fan#41 02-03-2020 02:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dmb1981 (Post 7221952)
The first show Jeff played after Roiís accident.. that Stone always got me.

Same. It's not just an important and poignant performance but it's really fucking solid.

As far as pre-accident performances I would say RR '05 is up there, 8/7/98, 5/21/99, WH5 Vol. 2 the exact date escapes me, 9/2/00 DMB-25 release, 8/31/03. For post accident performances one of the first that come to mind, along with that first one with Jeff, is also Rio '08. It's just so heavy and strong.

dmb1981 02-03-2020 02:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fan#41 (Post 7221981)
Same. It's not just an important and poignant performance but it's really fucking solid.

I remember how really impressed everyone around here was after listening to that tape. Jeff stepped in and crushed that Stone.

Rowsdower 02-03-2020 03:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sean52692 (Post 7221932)
That List Supp performance of The Stone is great, yes. But it's not one of my favorites. To me, it's too clean and precise in a way that makes it feel sort of neutered. There isn't enough buildup and emotional tension in that version and that's a huge part of what makes The Stone great.

Listener Supported bores the shit out of me. It's like they knew they were being recorded and played as safe as possible.


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