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Dave Matthews Band
January 26, 1995
Source: DSBD > DAT
Conversion: Tascam da20 > M-audio Firewire Audiophile spdif in
Sound Forge 7.0 (record/resample) > CDWav > MKWact
Louie Rendek [email@example.com]
01: Intro - 00:57.53
02: Seek Up - 12:56.55
03: Carter drum intro -> - 01:03.56
04: #36 - 07:51.08
05: Dancing Nancies -> - 08:43.12
06: Best Of What's Around - 06:58.08
07: Rhyme And Reason - 07:32.55
08: Jimi Thing # - 13:52.43
09: Recently # -> - 02:43.35
10: Water Wine Jam # -> - 03:55.73
11: Ants Marching # - 07:27.16
12: E: Tripping Billies $ - 05:55.16
Total: - 79:56.30
# with Trey Anastasio on guitar.
$ Nature intro.
* Thanks to Steve Warzala for digging up this DAT. There are
other SHNs that spread for this show, but they are all errored
to some extent and even though they are listed as SBD, they
are undoubtedly DAUD recordings. This is a true DSBD, you can
easily hear the difference between the other SHNs and this set.
* A few feedback spots were smoothed in the intro track, aside
from that, there is nothing, this show was perfect.
* There was a cut on the DAT during the encore break and I
performed a crossfade to join the sections.
* compiled by Louie Rendek [firstname.lastname@example.org] on September 30, 2005.
UPDATE: Received the wav file direct from the DAT on a DVD and it is indeed flawless and is the real deal DSBD.
Created flac files and fingerprints and we're ready to roll it out.
Thanks a ton to Louie for sending me the true source to seed and share it finally with the dmb community.
Updated by Tom Gambichler on September 25, 2008
Dave Matthews Band (sometimes shortened to DMB) is an American rock band formed in Charlottesville, Virginia in 1991. Founding members include singer-songwriter and guitarist Dave Matthews, bassist Stefan Lessard, violinist Boyd Tinsley, and drummer Carter Beauford. Saxophonist LeRoi Moore, a founding member, was part of the band until his death in August 2008. His spot is currently occupied by Jeff Coffin, of Béla Fleck and the Flecktones fame. With band members who each have roots in differing genres, including jazz, classical music, soul music, and "Afro-beat", the combination of each member has created a sound which has earned them fans from a variety of quarters.
The band is not only a multiple Grammy Award winner, but awarded with the NAACP Chairman's Award for addressing issues from the fight for equality, the environment, education, racial tolerance, and AIDS awareness. According to Julian Bond, "they sell out the largest arenas on earth, but frequently give their music away."
The band is known for their annual summer-long, nationwide tours featuring lengthy improvisational renditions of their songs accompanied by video and elaborately choreographed lighting. They have sold over 31 million units in the United States alone, putting them in the Top 100 highest selling music acts of all time.
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