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  • Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds Memphis, Richmond, VA  6/13/1993
    Item #: DMDD93
    6.13.93 Memphis, Richmond, VA

    This DMBLive release is a Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds 1993 performance from the now defunct venue in Richmond, VA called The Memphis. The Memphis was located "up the hill" from the Flood Zone where DMB played many regular gigs in the 90s. This recording captures the intimacy of these early duo shows perfectly. Fans will love the playful banter between Dave and Tim and the audience. Early versions of now bonafide classics provide a different listen and Tim's stunning solo works make this,until now, unheard show a real gem. Dancing Nancies and Song That Jane Likes with Tim playing slide stand out, as well as Tim's Rheginos and the Resurrection.
    • $13.99
  • DMB Oak Mountain Amphitheatre, Pelham, AL 09/09/1996
    Item #: DMDD87
    9.09.96 Oak Mountain Amphitheatre, Pelham, AL

    Highlights of this early Birmingham show in front of a particularly energetic audience include Carter and LeRoi's performance during Seek Up and a noteworthy #41. Leon Mobley joins Carter and contributes to some amazing percussion on Drive In Drive Out. Ben Harper and Leon Mobley join DMB on stage for All Along the Watchtower. 9.09.96 Oak Mountain Amphitheatre, Pelham, AL has been digitally mastered and is available in its entirety.
    • $13.99
  • DMB Mud Island Amphitheatre, Memphis, TN 07/20/1995
    Item #: DMDD86
    7.20.95 Mud Island Amphitheatre, Memphis, TN

    DMB begins this Memphis show with One Sweet World during a light rainfall. Before the song's end, the rain stops and the clouds begin to clear. Dave tells the audience that he had hoped the rain would stop so they could see some satellites and the band then launches into a notable version of Satellite. Additional highlights include Angel From Montgomery with Boyd singing lead and All Along the Watchtower which features a quiet interlude that sounds like distant thunder. Watchtower comes screaming back in full force with LeRoi's saxophone. 7.20.95 Mud Island River Park Amphitheatre, Memphis, TN has been digitally mastered and is available in its entirety.
    • $13.99
  • DMB Backstage Theatre, Seattle, WA 11/26/94
    Item #: DMDD81
    We’re really excited to bring you this release. It epitomizes well played versions of each song, representing a solid show from this period in DMB’s history.

    Highlights include the instrumental intro to One Sweet World and a What Would You Say that really jams. Pay For What You Get features an awesome soprano solo by LeRoi.

    11.26.1994 Backstage Theatre, Seattle, WA has been digitally mastered and is available in its entirety.
    • $13.99
  • DMB Lafayette College, Easton, PA 2/25/1995
    Item #: DMDD71
    This new show in the DMBLive series from the Archive took place on February 25, 1995 in the Allen Kirby Field House on the Lafayette College campus in Easton, PA. The show marked DMB's first visit to Lafayette College, yet the audience offered the band a very warm welcome, singing along to many songs they'd heard but never seen live.

    The band, energized by the crowd’s reception, performed great renditions of now classic DMB songs like Lie In Our Graves, in which LeRoi's saxophone is a soulful highlight. Stefan's funky rolling bass in Recently turns to hauntingly harmonic for the Water/Wine transition into Blue Water>Typical Situation. This Lafayette College show is one of the last venues where Blue Water is incorporated into the set as a full song by the full band and Boyd's performance reflects that. New to national success but seasoned on the stage, Dave Matthews Band gives the feverish crowd a great show.

    02.25.1995 Lafayette College, Easton, PA has been digitally mastered and is available in its entirety.
    • $13.99
  • DMB The Bayou, Washington, DC 12/21/1992
    Item #: DMDD69
    12.21.92 The Bayou, Washington DC

    We’ve dug deep into the archives to bring you the oldest and rawest show to date: 12.21.1992 The Bayou, Washington, DC. To our knowledge, there is no record of this show in the fan community or any seeded recordings.

    DMB performed as the bar band at The Bayou during the holiday season in 1992 as evidenced by the sounds of the bar and holiday revelers on the recording. Peter Griesar was still with DMB during this time and his harmonica on So Much To Say kicks off the first set. Songs of note on the release include Pay For What You Get which quiets the crowded bar a bit, offering the other band members a chance to catch their breath and enjoy the soulful sounds of LeRoi’s sax. Two Step as the second set opener lights the crowd on fire again and the momentum continues with Help Myself which has an urgent energy to it likely due to Carter’s blazing hot drumming. The DC show ends with a little holiday nugget by Dave in the form of Christmas Song.

    12.21.1992 The Bayou, Washington D.C. has been digitally mastered and is available in its entirety.
    • $13.99
  • DMB Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX 10/24/1996
    Item #: DMDD61
    DMB Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX 10/24/1996
    • $13.99
  • DMB The Flood Zone, Richmond, VA 01/27/1993
    Item #: DMDD60
    The earliest show released to date in the DMB Live Series, this Flood Zone, Richmond, VA show was once considered for a Live Trax release. This was the 4th show after Dave's return from a visit to his birth country of South Africa in early 1993 and the band worked their way through the vast majority of their repertoire. Peter Griesar can be heard on piano on almost every song and performs a great samba breakdown in an early version of Two Step. Spotlight, and early versions of Halloween, Granny, So Much To Say, and Dancing Nancies stand out on this performance as well as Dave's high notes in I'll Back You Up.

    01.27.1993 The Flood Zone, Richmond, VA has been digitally mastered and is available in its entirety.
    • $13.99
  • DMB The Bayou, Washington, DC 4/10/1993
    Item #: DMDD58
    As far as we know, this DMB show form April 1993 is not seeded and not available for trade which makes is a pretty coveted release. The show pick is a good representation of DMB in the Bayou days. The Bayou was a club in Washington DC which enjoyed a 30+ year run and for years was probably the most important musical showcase in the DC area. Highlights of the 1993 Bayou release include Boyd’s ripping ending to Blue Water; Dave’s acoustic performance between the first and second sets and Best of What’s Around as a rare show-ender.

    4.10.1993 The Bayou Washington D.C. has been digitally remastered and is available in its entirety.
    • $13.99
  • DMB Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA 5/10/1995
    Item #: DMDD57
    We’ve selected another great DMB show from the early days for the DMBlive series. A highlight of the Warfield show is Don’t Burn the Pig which is truly in the early stages and more of a jam with improvised lyrics. Other highlights include Recently with band introductions during the Pretty Girl breakdown and All Along the Watchtower which features an outstanding performance by LeRoi. #36 is present on the setlist as its own track and not as an interpolation.

    5.10.1995 Warfield Theatre, San Francisco, CA has been digitally mastered and is available in its entirety.
    • $13.99
  • DMB Irving Plaza, New York, NY 3/26/1994
    Item #: DMDD52
    We hope you’ll be pleased with another great show we’ve pulled out of the archive. The March 1994 Dave Matthews Band show was performed at the infamous 1,000 capacity ballroom in NYC in front of a packed house. Highlights of this show include Minarets featuring Carter’s rap intro, LeRoi’s midsection solo on Lie In Our Graves. Other songs of note include Dave’s back-to-back solos, I’ll Back You Up followed by Say Goodbye, #36 and the crescendo closing song, Halloween. 3.26.1994 Irving Plaza, New York City, NY has been digitally mastered and is available in its entirety.
    • $13.99
  • Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 3/29/2003
    Item #: DMDD49
    3.29.2003 Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds / George C. Holmes Convention Center Appalachian State University / Boone, NC

    The ASU Dave and Tim release is a favorite selected from the 2003 D&T tour. Dave and Tim’s performance on that spring evening in Boone, NC was nothing short of synergetic. The extensive set list speaks for itself and showcases Dave’s comedic storytelling woven between songs. Highlights of this Dave and Tim show are too many to list. A few include Blue Water, Christmas Song, Stay or Leave, Help Myself, Long Black Veil and Satellite which features an interesting intro.
    • $13.99
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