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Old 01-30-2009, 12:02 PM   #181
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[b]Don't Drink the Water
Jimi Thing
Heartbeat Intro
Pantala Naga Pampa
Rapunzel
Crush
True Reflections
Drive In Drive Out
The Long Black Veil
Two Step
Help Myself
So Much To Say
Anyone Seen the Bridge?
Too Much
Typical Situation
Tripping Billies
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Lie In Our Graves

bold - tour debut


review: Probably the best show of the tour so far, which isn't saying much. Really just an average show. Typical is always nice, Tripping Billies is interesting as Dave waits until the second time around to start with the first verse. Long Black Veil is pretty funny as when he goes to start the third verse, he sings the first line of the first verse, stops as he realizes it's wrong, then sings the first line of the second verse, stops as he realizes it's wrong before finally getting the right the lyrics ([Only registered users can see links.] ). Lie In Our Graves has the "dance away" like most closing versions. True Reflections is our tour debut and Boyd takes a nice solo where he plays some actual rhythms other than straight crosscut sawed 16th notes ([Only registered users can see links.] ). (**).

source: daud - pretty solid recording actually, better than I remembered. Some heavy digi-noise at the beginning of the opener.

DMBlive desire: little to none - still nothing special
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Old 01-30-2009, 02:24 PM   #182
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Any other recommendations from Leg 1 '03? I know they killed in September but I hate to think that whole first leg was a waste.
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Old 01-30-2009, 04:02 PM   #183
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how is 8/20/95? I just downloaded it but I can't listen to it yet....
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Old 01-30-2009, 04:07 PM   #184
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i want a DMBlive release with a 41 police on it
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Old 01-30-2009, 04:10 PM   #185
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how is 8/20/95? I just downloaded it but I can't listen to it yet....
there's a drop out in Typical that is really disappointing, but anywhere from **** 1/4 to **** 3/4. that is grading very strictly. It's one of the good ones.
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Old 01-30-2009, 04:14 PM   #186
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awesome. i got a new ipod and wiped out my itunes previously, so I basically have to reassemble the collection. I really just wanted a good 41 police
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Old 01-30-2009, 04:36 PM   #187
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8/20/95 is

That reminds me, I listened to 8/11/95 again yesterday and I should probably grade it. First half of the show is your standard '95 fare, that is to say, it's good. Eyes is great, Dave is justifiably a little awkward, but I still think it sounds really good. Makes me wonder who's idea it was to play this particular song as a tribute. Dave clearly wasn't familiar with it. 41 Police is great, love the lyrics about prayer. The Recently is awesome, Dave throws some Eyes lyrics in at the end too which is pretty funny all things considered. The encore is great. Yeah, I know, same as Red Rocks and LT5, but there is something about those solo Typicals that doesn't get old, and I really liked this Watchtower. 4 3/4*


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Proudest Monkey ...>
Satellite
Dancing Nancies ...>
Warehouse
Say Goodbye
Tripping Billies
Jimi Thing
Eyes of the World
#41
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Two Step
Ants Marching
Little Thing (Tease) ...>
Typical Situation
All Along The Watchtower
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Old 01-30-2009, 04:41 PM   #188
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one of the good ones? an understatement. 8/20/95 rivals Red Rocks, IMO
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Old 01-30-2009, 08:59 PM   #189
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7/27/04.

all the new songs sounded great. rare two step set closer, awesome too much opener. great midset, band seemed on fire. GGT ...> DDTW ...> Too much outro encore.
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Old 01-30-2009, 09:02 PM   #190
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awesome. i got a new ipod and wiped out my itunes previously, so I basically have to reassemble the collection. I really just wanted a good 41 police
4/18/95 is a personal favorite.
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Old 01-30-2009, 10:32 PM   #191
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all the new songs sounded great. rare two step set closer, awesome too much opener. great midset, band seemed on fire. GGT ...> DDTW ...> Too much outro encore.
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Earlier in the thread DMBTex gave that one **** 1/2, I gave that one **** I think, an excellent show.
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Old 01-31-2009, 01:23 AM   #192
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July 16th, 2000. Vet Stadium in Philly

Ants
Satellite
Drive in Drive Out
Granny
Grey Street
Crush
Warehouse
So Much to Say
Lover Lay Down
Jimi Thing
#36
JTR
Best of Whats Around
Two Step
Tripping Billies
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Digging a Ditch
Heartbeat Intro
Pantala Naga Pampa
Rapunzel

its 2000, probably dont need to say much.
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Old 01-31-2009, 01:31 AM   #193
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it's not a "post a setlist" thread. give us a bit of insight and most importantly a rating. Convince someone to either download, dig out, or skip this show.
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Old 01-31-2009, 01:36 AM   #194
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alright 4.5 outta 5. it probably wont get a 5 to most ppl because they see the LL and assume those songs are crap.

ants opened for the first time in 7 years that night. the band was very tight, lerois solo was beautiful on LLD, the jam in warehouse was outstanding. BOWA to two step to billise to end the set was extreme. and the encore was great. i dont know. its just a great 2000 summer tour show. we all know how great that yaer was. i dont think i need to explain why its so great.
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Old 01-31-2009, 01:42 AM   #195
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i dont think i need to explain why its so great.
then you're in the wrong thread, brotha. I think this is the only thread I've made here in 2 years, I'm protective of the format. I'm sure there's a "I just listened to ____" thread somewhere that is perfect for that. If one catches your fancy enough to spend a few non-forced words on it and dish out some snowflakes, there's always a place for it in here.

That is a good show, I agree. Did you know...

That is the first show the Ladies ever guested on that did not include Stay? true story.
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Old 01-31-2009, 01:44 AM   #196
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then you're in the wrong thread, brotha. I think this is the only thread I've made here in 2 years, I'm protective of the format. I'm sure there's a "I just listened to ____" thread somewhere that is perfect for that. If one catches your fancy enough to spend a few non-forced words on it and dish out some snowflakes, there's always a place for it in here.

That is a good show, I agree. Did you know...

That is the first show the Ladies ever guested on that did not include Stay? true story.
yep. i was there. and the only reason i mention that is because it was a very great show. are there better ones from 2000? absolutely, but we know of them and sometimes i think its better to mention the shows that fly under the radar. IMO most of those stadium shows minus 7/12/00 never ever get talked about, and they are all great.

to go to your point about stay, i remmeber being there and pretty much assuming stay was closing the show after thinking two step was closing the set. but then they played billies and was shocked when rapunzel ended.
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Old 02-01-2009, 11:55 AM   #197
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12/30/95 - hampton coliseum - 4 stars (****)
killer sound - pre-fm (not sure what that means or how the tape was obtained)

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Dave Matthews Band
Hampton Coliseum
Hampton, VA
December 30, 1995


Source Info: Digital Pre-FM > DAT
DAT > CD > SHN: Tascam DA-P1 > Audiomedia III/Powermac G3/233 >
Pro Tools 4.3.2 > Panasonic 7502 (burn/extract)

Disc One:

01: Tripping Billies - 06:22:43
02: Crash Into Me - 07:28:30
03: Too Much - 06:09:54
04: #41 - 08:16:57
05: Proudest Monkey - 09:39:34
06: Satellite - 05:59:49
07: Drive In Drive Out - 06:53:45
08: Dancing Nancies - 10:04:13
09: Warehouse - 08:54:29

Total: - 69:50:54

Disc Two:

01: Rhyme & Reason - 05:29:62
02: Little Thing - 05:45:03
03: Jimi Thing - 16:48:42
04: Two Step - 08:05:07
05: All Along the Watchtower * - 12:14:23
06: Christmas Song - 06:53:53
07: Ants Marching - 06:37:40

Total: - 61:56:05

* - w/ Bruce Hornsby

dave is in good spirits and the band is breaking out some "new" tunes on their forthcoming album "crash". awesome "41" and "crash into me" that sound almost finished. a rambunctious crowd that dave mentions to move back (stupid meatheads). typical early banter. no segue between "nancies" and "warehouse" but dave sounds out of his mind (funny stuff).

leroi kills "warehouse".

full band "little thing" with very interesting lyrics. not your normal d&t lyrics. pretty deep stuff.

plus a cool "watchtower" with bruce hornsby.
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Old 02-02-2009, 01:36 AM   #198
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i want a DMBlive release with a 41 police on it
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Old 02-02-2009, 01:40 AM   #199
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October 2, 2004
Ervin J. Nutter Center - Wright State University, Dayton, OH

So Much To Say ...>
Anyone Seen the Bridge? ...>
Pantala Naga Pampa ...>
Rapunzel
Best of What's Around
What Would You Say
Rhyme and Reason
Good Good Time
Hello Again
Grey Street
Sugar Will
Joy Ride
Warehouse
Lie In Our Graves
Cry Freedom
Too Much

Encore:
The Stone
Ants Marching

Last played GGT, no ED songs, no SU songs (minus HA), great opener, great flow, great encore, inspired/energetic performance, the list goes on...
of course no SU songs, it was a show 7 months before SU was released
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Old 02-02-2009, 10:03 AM   #200
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one of the good ones? an understatement. 8/20/95 rivals Red Rocks, IMO
This is why I can't get enough of August '95. It really doesn't have one "defining show", if there is such a thing for an era. I think it's what makes some eras just so damn good, like December '98 and D&T's '96 tour. Every show is just so damn special in its own little way.
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