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|Artist||Dave Matthews Band|
|Show||DMB 9-21-2007 The Woodlands, TX *60' Split Stack Recording*|
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|Torrent||dmb2007-09-21.splitstack.flac.torrent (click to download)|
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|Description||Dave Matthews Band|
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
The Woodlands, TX
September 21, 2007
Source: Milab VM44 Link -> Lunatec V2 -> Korg MR-1000 (1bit/2.8MHz DSD)
Location: Pit, Row 4, Seats 1 and 52, two 13’ stands spaced 60 feet apart
Transfer: Korg MR-1000 -> AudioGate (16/44) -> CD Wave -> FLAC
2. Pantala Naga Pampa >
5. Corn Bread
6. You Might Die Trying
7. Eh Hee
8. You Never Know
9. Dancing Nancies
10. Anyone Seen The Bridge >
11. Too Much
1. Bartender *
2. Grey Street
3. Fool To Think
4. The Dreaming Tree
1. What Would You Say
2. Louisiana Bayou
3. Ants Marching
4. encore break
5. Two Step
* w/ Danny Barnes on banjo
All songs with Butch Taylor and Rashawn Ross
|Type||Dave Matthews Band|
|Last seeder||Last activity 51 days, 17:32:04 ago|
|Size||978.66 MB (1026199981 Bytes)|
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|Awesome tape! Thanks so much.
|This is fucking amazing.
Thanks! This is fucking amazing!
|This is a BAD-ASS recording. Not even a big DMB fan, but this set-up pointed at this FOH, wow!
Between the 60 ft split stack config and the Korg 1 bit recording, this show is on par with some of the best field recordings around. Great presence & definition.
Big ups and much gratitude
|i hate dmb, but ill be grabbing these to hear the recording alone. truly fascinating setup, great effort!! thanks!
|wow. truly unbelievable quality on this one. thanks!
|I'm just gonna start calling you Bear if you continue to produce such awesome recordings, Matt. See you at Phil!
|hands down one of the best recordings in years. I'd prefer this to a great many soundboards any day. Did I just say that? This recording will take people from " I hate DMB...I mean, I liked them in like, 95, but then they just got like....well, it wasn't cool anymore to like them, and since that what it was all about.....I dont know, I started listening to hip hop" to ......wow, I kinda like this song......wow, these guys are alright, but since when do they have a keyboard and a trumpet???? :)))))) Just messin with y'alll....I have heard a rediculous amount of DMB recordings over the past 13 years, and this is easily in the top 10. Thank you.
|Wow, super late on this one! Heard great things about this tape and would love to give it a listen. If anyone can open it back up, many thanks in advance!
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