|Artist||Dave Matthews Band|
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|Torrent||dmb1992-10-31.shnf.torrent (click to download)|
|Description||Dave Matthews Band|
October 31, 1992
Source Info: DSBD
DAT > CD: Mike Vernal
Extraction: done with EAC 0.81 at 1-2x, Peter Denton
SHN: Peter Denton
DO NOT ENCODE THIS SHOW IN MP3 FORMAT.
1. Halloween 12:07
2. What Would You Say 4:46
3. All Along the Watchtower 6:15
4. Dancing Nancies 7:13
5. Spotlight 5:39
6. Help Myself 4:26
7. Blue Water Baboon Farm --> 7:21
8. Minarets 9:07
9. So Much To Say 4:03
1. True Reflections 7:16
2. Lie In Our Graves 4:21
3. Pay For What You Get 6:38
4. Best of What's Around 6:10
5. Jam (Tim Reynolds) 33:50
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|Type||Dave Matthews Band|
|Last seeder||Last activity 21:46 ago|
|Size||658.70 MB (690695846 Bytes)|
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|this was a saturday night, following a UVa win over Florida State. dave shaved his head and powdered the whole thing white, looked pretty freaky. debut of "Halloween", and i vaguely remember that opener putting a strange vibe on the rest of the show.
|kristin asbury should be on here, also.
|Finally, "unknown location" in the txt file: DEFINITELY at Trax.
|thanks for all of these goodies!
Anyone have DMB at William and Mary College: 10/16/93
Absolutely ripping True Reflections encore with Leroi just tearing into his solo.
|give me a little while on that W&M show, metawhy. SUPER glad you're enjoying these.
|Thanks alot for these vintage Dave's.
I love these years.
|The thing about these early DMB show is that you can really hear why DMB became famous. They are just so good, Carter is just playing some amazing beats, Dave is using his incredible vocal range and weirdness, Leroi and Stefan are laying low, but really putting down a good foundation. Even the keyboardist sounds amazing, too bad he didn't stay in the band.
|yeah, i always like what peter grieser did for the sound. he was sometimes way too loud in the mix, but he added a nice layer. the infamous trip to NYC in march 93 (geewhiz just threw up 3.23.93, which i think is the first show without peter). certain unnamed members, after their show, made their way to the bar, and held up the bus for a couple of late night hours. i recall this frustrated grieser to the point of quitting, which i'm sure he regrets in retrospect. that first show without him was almost like seeing a different band. he and dave were bartenders together at Miller's on the downtown mall...
|Thanks for all your work putting these up. Must have been great times seeing DMB at all these early shows. The W&M show is one I would be intrested in also. Thanks
|PS is the Tim Renolds jam from the same night?
|i don't think so...all i'm doing is sharing ;)...