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|Artist||Dave Matthews Band|
|Show||Dave Matthews Band 3/03/1993 Flood Zone Richmond VA *SBD*|
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|Torrent||dmb1993-03-03.3483.dsbd.shnf.torrent (click to download)|
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|Description||Dave Matthews Band|
March 3, 1993
DAT > SHN: Archive Python DDS/vdat > .wav (Direct DAT extraction, no soundcard)
Bill Lakenan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Note: The master was missing the beginning of Spotlight. No complete source is known to exist. What Would You Say is the encore and the DAT wasnt started on time to catch the beginning of it. The rest of the show is fine.
01: Spotlight(cut) - 06:22:55
02: One Sweet World - 06:02:47
03: Lie In Our Graves - 05:41:37
04: Dancing Nancies - 08:19:19
05: Cry Freedom - 07:18:69
06: Recently - 09:04:00
07: The Song That Jane Likes - 03:44:41
08: Help Myself - 05:49:12
09: Pay For What You Get* - 06:20:10
01: Jimi Thing - 17:00:03
02: Ants Marching - 04:42:19
03: Typical Situation - 10:54:32
04: Minarets----> - 06:53:49
05: Blue Water Baboon Farm - 06:13:30
06: Warehouse - 08:46:08
07: Granny - 04:25:62
01: #34 - 08:48:30
02: Harmonica Solo---> - 01:04:07
03: So Much To Say - 05:09:44
04: Satellite - 05:16:66
05: Truer Reflections - 07:25:51
06: Seek Up - 09:14:62
07: Tripping Billies - 05:56:15
08: E: What Would You Say(cut) - 02:28:24
09: E: Two Step* - 03:44:24
* Dave Solo
compiled by Jeff Lowder(email@example.com) 1-01
|Type||Dave Matthews Band|
|Last seeder||Last activity 10:52:18 ago|
|Size||921.37 MB (966125920 Bytes)|
|Num files||29 files|
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|More old DMB that hasn't been seeded for some time.
|i'm right behind you, bro. really glad to get these old memories out to folks. to me, the band at this time was infinitely more creative than the supergroup they are now. carter's drumset was so small...four mounted toms, no floor tom, two chinas, a ride on the left side, and one crash. i was on the side of the stage one night at trax. carter's bass drum pedal chain popped off right before the double-bass whammy in "Recently". my man stands up, folsom comes running over, he gets down under the snare fixing the chain, carter's still standing and playing, folsom fixes it, carter sits down, not a beat missed, and just explodes into that double bass pedal section. SMOOOOOOOOOOTH. fwiw, i don't listen to DMB much at all now; never on my own, just when DMB friends are over.
|I first heard of DMB in fall '94 from folks who brought their two albums to college. By '98 I started to gravitate elsewhere. But I still listen to these shows from the early '90s.
|yeah, i should clarify that what i meant to say is that i don't listen to modern DMB. these old tapes put wet spots on my pants. comparatively, they're doing a lot more with a lot less, in terms of arrangements and dynamics. i first saw them at the First Year/Transfer Cookout during orientation week. it was on Slaughter Softball Field, which no longer exists. the food was bad, and the music was worse. we had to get up and leave. it was one of their first few public offerings (August 1991) and they were struggling to learn how to balance all those dynamics--sax, violin, keys--within the prison of the song. it was ruffffffffffffffffffffff. i got taken to trax a few months later and boy had they tightened up. i lived less than a mile from Trax, so a regular Tuesday night jaunt was no problem, Wednesday nights were quickly added, to the point i was seeing them sometimes four times in a week. the band i "managed" shared practice space upstairs at trax with them; they'd be breaking down and leaving as we were coming in. leroi and i shared a number of beers downstairs during that short time, god bless him.
in other words, the good old days are gone for good. but hey,. i'm having fun revisiting all these, and i know folks who haven't maybe heard these early shows are really enjoying them.
|I'm enjoying listening to these old DMB shows as well. Thanks geewiz!!
This band really had a lot of talent.
|I just caught onto the fact that all these shows from the Flood Zone are from different dates. I guess I'll have to check them all out. thanks
|geewiz and cville - I've been forever lookng for my first show - which I've never found. 2-8-95, Palace Theater, Albany - either of you ever heard of a copy? If I remember correctly, there were mics FOB......
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