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  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 41: Berkeley Community Theater
    Item #: DMDD148
    After a two-month tour in 1999, Dave and Tim closed their acoustic run on the evening of March 13 at the Berkeley Community Theater in Berkeley, CA. The duo’s time on the road leading up to this night shows as the performance is exceptional. From the first note of the “Granny” opener, to the encore of "Digging A Ditch”, "Lover Lay Down", and "Ants Marching,” there is not an ill note throughout. And yet, it’s not only DMB favorites that shine; but also Tim’s skilled playing of his complex original compositions, as well as fantastic covers of Daniel Lanois’ "For The Beauty of Wynona" and Lyle Lovett’s "If I Had A Boat", make this show a true listening pleasure. This intimate performance has been mixed from the original multitrack tapes.

    Please note: Download links will be received on May 12, 2017

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  • DMBLive Madison Sq Garden, New York, NY 10/3/1996
    Item #: DMDD147
    So Much To Say about the band’s first full set performance at the legendary Madison Square Garden! The show, which celebrates its 20th anniversary this year could not be more high energy. Fueled by the supportive fans of New York City, DMB delivers powerful versions of every song on the setlist, including the debut of the jam "Anyone Seen the Bridge?” with Mike Doughty of Soul Coughing guesting for an improvised scat over it that gets the crowd screaming. The band follows up with all out versions of Tripping Billies, Drive in Drive Out, and Ants Marching to finish out the set. The encore has a treat in the form of a rare acoustic solo version of All Along the Watchtower.
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  • DMBLive Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA 4/6/1994
    Item #: DMDD143
    The Georgia Theatre, formerly an old cinema, was a prominent music venue in Athens, Georgia. It played host to many up and coming acts in the early 90’s including Dave Matthews Band, who performed there 11 times between August 1992 and October 1994.

    A highlight from this show includes a jam that the fans dubbed “Me and Her” and it’s origins are from a soundcheck at the band’s previous show at The Georgia Theatre in February of 1994. This song never reappeared at another concert or on any subsequent recordings.

    Other highlights from this great soundboard recording include an early version of Rhyme & Reason and a high energy rendition of What Would You Say, which both appear later in 1994 on the band’s major record label debut release, Under The Table And Dreaming.

    A special thanks to John Ferguson for this recording.

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  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 37: Trax
    Item #: DMDD138

    By November 1992, Dave Matthews Band had been performing together for just over a year. While the band had consistently made board tapes of their weekly Trax appearances, this show, recorded by John Alagia, is the very first live DMB multitrack recording.

    This recording captures the freshness of the young band as they further define an already-strong approach to stage and delivery. With a 22-song set, including only 1 cover, Dave Matthews Band’s catalog was already extensive, even in the early stages of their career. The setlist contains now-classic DMB staples, such as the set-opening “The Song That Jane Likes,” “Two Step,” and “What Would You Say,” as well as THE now-retired “Spotlight.” Original founding member, Peter Griesar, plays keys throughout the show and harmonica on “So Much To Say,” and a very vocal LeRoi goads Boyd to jam freely on his violin, keeping the energy high through the encore of this must-have show.


    Disc One:
    1. The Song That Jane Likes
    2. The Best of What's Around
    3. Help Myself
    4. Dancing Nancies
    5. Lover Lay Down
    6. True Reflections
    7. Minarets
    8. So Much To Say

    Disc Two:
    1. Recently
    2. Angel From Montgomery
    3. Two Step
    4. Halloween
    5. Pay For What You Get
    6. Lie In Our Graves
    7. Spotlight

    Disc Three:
    1. One Sweet World
    2. Satellite
    3. Ants Marching
    4. Jimi Thing
    5. What Would You Say
    6. Tripping Billies
    7. Warehouse

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  • DMBLIVE - Trax 2/22/94
    Item #: DMDD139
    2.22.94 Trax Charlottesville, VA
    After cultivating their local following, the band’s hard work started to pay off as they spent more time performing outside of Charlottesville and the Commonwealth of Virginia. This show marks their last performance at Trax, and the beginning of extensive touring that would take the band across the nation and around the world. The room’s energy is palpable and the musical delivery spot-on in this recording. This 17-song show hits many favorites and sweet spots, including a 13 min+ show-opening “Seek Up.” Only available as a two-track recording, this performance is a perfect companion piece to Live Trax 37 - the band’s first multitrack recording at the same venue a year prior.
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  • Live Trax Vol. 36: Alpine Valley Download
    Item #: DM410COMBO
    On July 26, 2015, the second night of a two-night run, Dave Matthews Band played their 29th show at Alpine Valley Music Theatre. A highlight of the 2015 Summer Tour, the show will be released in its entirety as Live Trax 36, a 3-CD set.

    The show kicks off with three solo selections by Dave: Beach Ball, Belly Full and the recent return of Let You Down - the song’s second full performance since 1997. Tim and Carter then join Dave on stage for a percussive rendition of Oh. Additional standouts of this first set include a powerful The Stone, and an acoustic set debut of Cry Freedom.

    The evening’s electric second set runs the gamut of the band’s lengthy career. DMB classics such as Minarets and Jimi Thing stand alongside newer selections, such as Belly Belly Nice and the otherwise unreleased Black And Blue Bird. Upon the final notes of a sprawling #41, the band takes a cue from the chanting crowd and launches into a funky full-length rendition of Thank You (Falettin Me Be Mice Elf Agin). The encore wraps up the performance with a sweet rendition of Sister and a powerful two-punch ending of Two Step > Halloween.

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  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 35: Post-Gazette Pavilion
    Item #: DMDD132
    This June, 2009 show at Post-Gazette Pavilion in Burgettstown, PA finds the band mid-support of its new album Big Whiskey And The Groo Grux King, dedicated to the life and legacy of LeRoi Moore. Although this is the first complete tour without the venerable Moore, the band still finds its groove having been on tour throughout the spring.

    The setlist balances both older fan favorites alongside new numbers from Big Whiskey. Every song is delivered well and with a certain element of playfulness. Carter’s drumming is on fire and especially lyrical on Big Whiskey tracks Funny the Way It Is and Why I Am; the crowd is engaged and happily singing along to a nearly 14 minute version of The Stone; Tim Reynolds and Jeff Coffin deliver huge performances while trading licks on Crush; Dave does a great cover of Rye Whiskey, a traditional favorite; and Time Bomb and offer a fiery match made in encore heaven. The band takes masterly command on this now-classic show at one of their most visited venues.

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  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 34: Deer Creek Music Center
    Item #: DMDD129

    In 2015 DMB will play their 35th show at Klipsch Music Center, making it their third most visited amphitheatre. We are pleased to announce June 24, 1999 as the 34th volume of the Live Trax series and celebrate this essential Summer Tour stop. This is the first show released from the venue formally called Deer Creek Music Center and closes the three-night run. This is also the first Live Trax release of the 1999 Summer Tour, which featured the still recent Before These Crowded Streets repertoire mixed with deeper cuts from the catalog.

    Opening with an older run of songs highlighted by LeRoi Moore's stunning work on Jimi Thing, The Best of What's Around and Proudest Monkey, the band shift into the dark Daniel Lanois cover For the Beauty of Wynona - one of the last full band versions and released only once before in the Live Trax series. The show's climax begins with a version of Granny with Dave singing unique improvised lyrics before an abruptly-ended Warehouse and set closing Ants Marching. Following an expanded version of Typical Situation, Dave takes Drive In, Drive Out to another level of intensity that just has to be heard; a perfect encore to end a fantastic run at Deer Creek.

    We have selected a third disc of bonus material from June 22 and 23, 1999 at Deer Creek that includes songs that had then been recently reinserted into set lists such as Cry Freedom and #40. The package concludes with a version of The Last Stop that you won't be able turn up loud enough.

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  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 33: Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel
    Item #: DMDD128

    This show, which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary, marks the beginning of DMB’s powerful onstage presence with noticeable refinement and serious drive. A classic setlist, the 2nd night of this two night stand at Lupo’s opens with the quiet intensity of Seek Up and builds throughout the set as the band moves onto Minarets, Dancing Nancies and Warehouse. To round out this release we’ve added a selection of standouts from the first night of the run including an unreleased gem from the band’s venue soundcheck.

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  • DMBLive The Academy, New York, NY 4/5/1995
    Item #: DMDD125
    This special acoustic show, originally aired as a live radio broadcast, has some of the most intimate live versions of now classic Dave Matthews Band material we’ve ever heard. The show starts with a steady moving Recently which flows deftly to Water Into Wine>Lie In Our Graves, but the real highlight comes mid-show as the band runs through the first public performance of #40. The recordings, though missing the first part of Warehouse, deliver such energy that we had to include every bit of it that was available.
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  • Live Trax Vol. 32 CD or Download
    Item #: DMDD122
    Dave Matthews Band performed three shows at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA on August 22-24, 2014. The Saturday show of the celebrated weekend has been chosen as Live Trax 32 and will be released in its entirety as a 1-DVD / 3-CD set.

    The August 23rd Greek show features never-before-released acoustic material and showcases the band’s intimately cohesive, high-spirited live delivery of their music. Highlights of Live Trax 32 include the tour's acoustic debut of One Sweet World and the first live release of If Only. Rhyme and Reason with Stefan on stand-up bass and Jeff Coffin on flute and the funky, infectious groove of Recently are also noteworthy. Electric set stand-outs include the set opening #41 followed by When the World Ends and Rooftop and an explosive Grey Street which brought the energy of an encore during mid-show. The Lovely Ladies contributed in large part to the Berkeley magic, joining the band for tremendous vocals on Everyday, You and Me and Burning Down the House. The show-closing Rapunzel was a nice surprise ending to a stellar evening with the band.

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  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 31: Tweeter Center at the Waterfront
    Item #: DMDD118
    6.23.2001 Tweeter Center at the Waterfront - Camden, NJ

    On the heels of the Everyday album release, Dave Matthews Band embarked on a four and a half month long tour that featured Butch Taylor on keys, the Lovely Ladies on vocals and a run of almost twenty stadium shows. In late June, DMB brought their big stadium sound to the Tweeter Center at the Waterfront in Camden, New Jersey for three shows. We are happy to announce the standout June 23rd show as the next release in the Live Trax series, which includes an additional disc of highlights from the rest of the weekend.

    Highlights of this second night include several rarities. Grace is Gone features the original prelude that had never been heard live and in its entirety by the general public until this night. This release also includes the Live Trax debut of Mother Father as well as a cover of Phish's Waste, and one of the most beautiful solo intros to Satellite that we’ve heard to date.

    In addition, we have carefully selected a number of tracks to highlight the shows on June 22nd and 24th in Camden, NJ. This bonus disc features tour showpieces like the Big Eyed Fish > Bartender suite, fan favorites with a different twist (Minarets with the Lovely Ladies guesting) and hidden gems like Lover Lay Down, which might be the answer to "what was LeRoi's greatest moment on stage.”

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  • DMBLive Trax Nightclub, Charlottesville, VA 7/28/1992
    Item #: DMDD117
    This set, the earliest release of the band's career in the DMBLive series, features a very new, but very solid, DMB with all original members including Peter Griesar on keys. It’s obvious the band feels comfortable here at Trax in Charlottesville, VA, their original stomping ground. This can be seen when Dave introduces "Satellite" as a song by Elvis, or when the band members stop to say hello to Dave's sister, Jane, before playing the now classic tune “The Song That Jane Likes.” You can feel the vibrant energy of a band certainly on the rise.

    "The Best of What's Around" starts as a slower, blusier version than its present day form and heads straight into a smoking version of "Help Myself." Early in the set "Jimi Thing" gets the full funk treatment and everyone gets a turn to cut loose - from Boyd on violin, to Peter on keys, to LeRoi “Doctor X” Moore on the saxophone - and closes out with a group singalong vocal. The relatively new and beautifully stripped down "Seek Up," with flourishes from Carter and LeRoi, serves as a nice intro into "Typical Situation." Other highlights in this release include Dave solo on "Drive In, Drive Out," "Lie In Our Graves," and a very rare cover of Led Zeppelin’s "Tangerine."

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  • Live Trax Vol. 30: The Muse
    Item #: DMDD114
    The latest Live Trax series installment is drawn from three August '93 shows at The Muse on Nantucket Island. Around this time, the band was starting to multitrack a handful of their live shows with the hope of using the material to create their first album, Remember Two Things (11/9/93). None of the material on this Live Trax release has been released until now!

    The band recorded portions of the three night run at The Muse. However, technical issues prevented the band from capturing all three shows in their entirety. What has been mixed and mastered is representative of a relatively new band bringing its increasingly potent live show to a new brand of listener. It’s easy to imagine the band writing and performing all summer on the island as you listen to spot-on renditions of songs that are now classics.

    This compilation of The Muse shows has it all - from the first notes of Satellite to the last notes of the raging Halloween encore. Lie In Our Graves features LeRoi’s screaming sax solo; Pay For What You Get takes us back to the song’s roots as a Dave and Carter duo. Minarets>Blue Water is a powerful pairing that doesn’t exist much of anywhere in its full form. Hearing the segue here in this environment is a real treat.

    Live Trax 30 is a perfect companion to the reissue of Remember Two Things and takes the listener to a certain place and sound in DMB history. There couldn’t be a more comprehensive picture of what it was to witness the band at this time.

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  • Live Trax Vol. 29: Blossom Music Center
    Item #: DMDD113
    For the next installment in our Live Trax series, we have selected one of the standout shows of the early 2013 Summer Tour. On June 1, 2013, the band brought a flawless and especially unique show to the Blossom Music Center in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Highlighted by a mix of newer songs and classics with several performances unique to the tour, it contains the first rebranded performance of Kill the Preacher (improvised in 2012 as an introduction to Why I Am) as well as the first ever performance of the Some Devil song Oh at a full band show.

    The show opens with the classic Dancing Nancies - Warehouse combination - a first in over 15 years. What follows are songs recently returned to the rotation, such as the Idea of You (after its 2012 hiatus) and the setlist rarity Captain, as well as older fan favorites such as Say Goodbye, a late set Big Eyed Fish - Bartender combination and an extended Recently.

    Live Trax 29 is the first live show in the series to feature songs from the Away From the World album, released in 2012. As such, this release includes the debuts of Gaucho, Belly Belly Nice and Rooftop, all in their road-ready forms.

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  • DMBLive J.T. Kingsbury Hall, Salt Lake City, UT, 3/3/1999
    Item #: DMDD112
    3.3.99 J.T. Kingsbury Hall, Salt Lake City, UT

    In January 1999, Dave and Tim embarked on their longest tour - 39 shows spread across the country, largely played in theaters and college auditoriums. Unique versions of older songs, new covers and tracks from Before These Crowded Streets – performed acoustic for the first time – played a prominent role in the tour setlists. For our next DMBLive, we have selected our first show from this tour - a stop at Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah's campus.

    Highlights of this release include the first Dave and Tim version of The Last Stop (a song that the duo has only played one other time) and Stay (Wasting Time). The Dave and Tim performances of these songs mark the first ever release by the duo! Also included is an early version of Bartender that at this point was beginning to resemble the song that it would become, and Seek Up, which contains the outro that outside of this tour has only been performed during full band shows. Finally, new covers exclusively played during this tour include Lyle Lovett's If I Had a Boat & The Rolling Stones' Wild Horses. Those two songs, along with both of Tim's solos, also make their live release debut. 3.3.99 J.T. Kingsbury Hall, Salt Lake City, UT, has been digitally mastered and is available in its entirety.
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  • Live Trax Vol. 28: John Paul Jones Arena 3-CD or Download
    Item #: DMDD110
    In May 2010, Dave Matthews Band announced that they would take a break from touring the following year for the first time in 20 years. With the break looming, the last two hometown shows on November 19-20, 2010 at John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, VA became two of the most anticipated in the band's history. Both shows met all expectations! We are proud to release the first night of this epic weekend in its entirety on 3-disc CD, and for the first time in the Live Trax series, on DVD as well. This is the First Live Trax mixed in surround sound.

    Highlights of the first night in Charlottesville include three special guests. Frequent guest Joe Lawlor sits in on electric guitar during #41. Longtime contributor and friend John D'Earth guests on Warehouse and Trombone Shorty joins John and the band on Jimi Thing. Other setlist highlights include rarity Spoon, played for the first time in over two years, and one of only three full band versions spanning late-2003 to Summer Tour 2013. This Spoon is one of the longest and widely considered, most famous versions performed to date. Blackjack is the first full version we have released to-date. The show has a seasonal flavor with performances of Christmas Song and the show-closer and complete surprise - Halloween. Neither song was planned that night.
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  • Live Trax Vol. 27: Luna Park
    Item #: DMDD109
    Ahead of Dave Matthews Band's return to South America in December, we're excited to announce their October 14, 2010, show at Luna Park in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as the 27th volume in the Live Trax series. Luna Park, a covered stadium built in 1932 is one of South America's most famous indoor venues. It has hosted events as diverse as James Brown, Pavarotti, Frank Sinatra, the Pope and several world basketball championships over the years.

    This was just the second time DMB had played in Argentina and their first headlining show there. But the crowd was one of the most energetic the band has ever encountered. Throughout the show, the crowd chanted between nearly every song, giving off the vibe of a football match. Dave even commented: "Y'all do one, we do one, y'all do one, we do one. I like this arrangement." He also remarked that "coming down here and playing for y'all is like getting on a crazy fast motorcycle or riding on a crazy horse." Rashawn and Jeff picked up on the "Olé, Olé, Olé" chants, too, interpolating the melody into Proudest Monkey. The band's setlist consists of a wide range of songs from nearly all of their albums. Highlights include the one-two punch of Big Eyed Fish » Bartender in the beginning of the set, #41 in the middle, and a scorching Two Step to wrap it up.

    A full audio recording of this show has not been available until this release.
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  • DMBLive Palace Theatre, Albany, NY 2/8/1995
    Item #: DMDD108
    Dave Matthews Band toured with opening acts Big Head Todd and the Monsters and the Ugly Americans in the winter of 1995. We’ve selected the 2.8.95 show at the Palace Theatre in Albany, NY for our next DMBLive release, a show currently not available in the trading community. The show is classic DMB for the time period, each of the songs a bonafide standard from the band’s catalogue. Highlights include show opener One Sweet World followed by Two Step and Ants Marching, which have been played as show closing songs in more recent years. The sound of this Palace show is great, from the chaotic apex of Dancing Nancies to the intimately playful Pay For What You Get. Additional old school highlights include a jammin’ Jimi Thing, a solid Satellite and the fast and furious Tripping Billies show closer.
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  • Live Trax Vol 26: Sleep Train Amphitheatre
    Item #: DMDD107
    7.30.2003 Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Marysville, CA is our next carefully selected volume in the Live Trax series. The show has a spacious but powerful quality to it, with the band members really living in the songs and enjoying the interplay between each other. Highlights of the show include the dramatic peaks of Spoon which had not been played since 99; the intense Dreaming Tree jam; and the mini set of So Much To Say>Anyone Seen the Bridge>Pantala Naga Pampa>Rapunzel towards the end of the show. The version of Sleep to Dream Her might just be the best one we’ve heard and is a perfect example of the quiet cool of LeRoi Moore. Minarets is another powerful tune with a haunting sound thanks to Dave’s vocal delivery and the wingmen, Boyd and LeRoi, delivering another classic melody line.
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  • DMBLive The Revolver Club, Madrid, Spain 3/25/1995
    Item #: DMDD106
    DMBLive 3.25.1995 The Revolver Club, Madrid, Spain

    To continue to bring you previously unheard, recorded material, we have selected Dave Matthews Band’s performance from March of 1995 at The Revolver Club in Madrid, Spain. The band delivers a solid set to the expats and native Spaniards in attendance beginning with a charged Seek Up that works straight into Two Step.

    At an early stage in the band’s popularity in Europe, the crowd in attendance sings along to the songs in this first audience mic recording to be released. Highlights of the show include Lover Lay Down, Tripping Billies and Ants Marching. The crowd begins chanting Ole’ and the band joins in, jamming along and illustrating the great time they were having and the strong connection formed with the fans that night in Madrid. 3.25.1995 The Revolver Club, Madrid Spain has been digitally mastered and is available in its entirety.
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  • DMBLive Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC 4/7/1995
    Item #: DMDD105
    Highlights of this show include the first public #41 preceded by #40 and a substantial mini set of Recently>Water into Wine>Lie In Our Graves. This show marks the band's first return to the Southeast after a lengthy time away, touring in Europe and elsewhere around the US. The show is comprised of solid performances from each band member in front of a lively audience. This particular release is a restoration of sorts, being a mix of the soundboard and an incomplete multi-track recording. 4.7.95 Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC has been digitally mastered and is available in its entirety.
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  • Live Trax vol 23: Whittemore Center Arena
    Item #: DMDD102
    Live Trax Volume 23 is the first Dave and Tim show to be released in the series. For the special Dave and Tim debut, we have selected an exceptional 1996 show from the University of New Hampshire in Durham. This last show of the Dave & Tim tour that year includes Dave’s solo performance of never-before-played Hold Me Down. Tim broke a string and while replacing, Dave played the solo song asking the audience to name it. The jam from What Would You Say into Minarets is a definite highlight along with Leave Me Praying which is one of the coolest versions of the song we’ve heard. Other noteworthy parts of the show include What Will Become of Me at the end of Jimi Thing, the cover of Led Zeppelin’s Tangerine and the Cry Freedom closer.

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  • Live Trax Vol 25: UMB Bank Pavilion
    Item #: DMDD104
    We have selected DMB's 2006 tour opening show in Maryland Heights, MO for our 25th Live Trax release. This show represents Rashawn's first show as a touring member and showcases the synergy between him and LeRoi. Highlights include an energetic Granny as a show opener and, in our opinion, one of the best live Grey Streets out there! This era catches the band honing in and experimenting with the "new songs" of Stand Up such as Louisiana Bayou and Hunger For the Great Light and newer pieces like Sister which came after the sessions for that album. Some rarer tunes, Raven and Don’t Burn the Pig, make this a show we think you'll love.
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  • Live Trax vol 24: Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium
    Item #: DMDD103
    LIVE TRAX 24: 2.8.97 Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium, Spartanburg, South Carolina

    When selecting Live Trax 23, we realized that we had two Dave and Tim shows from the early days that were both so good they had to be released together. Live Trax 24 is a show from Spartanburg, SC in early 1997. During the show, Dave refers to a billboard displaying a message “Jesus is coming to a soul near you” in several songs: Two Step, never-before-played Dreamed I Killed God and What Will Become of Me. Highlights of the show include a rare Let You Down and Captain with some alternate lyrics. Little Thing and I’ll Back You Up are both rare treats in this setting. One of our favorite stretches of the show is Minarets>Dreamed I Killed God>Typical Situation.

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  • DMBLive Masquerade Nightclub, Tampa, FL 3/2/1994
    Item #: DMDD95
    The 3.2.94 show from The Masquerade Nightclub in Tampa, FL (the historic Rivoli then Ritz Theatre, now the Ritz Ybor) is the band's first performance at the venue during their first tour dates in Florida. DMB received a great reception from the audience.

    Highlights of the show include a classic Warehouse with supporting vocals from Carter and, as always, one-of-a-kind playing from LeRoi. Hard hitters from the show include Tripping Billies, Pay For What You Get and a solid rendition of Help Myself. Minarets features Carter and Dave’s scatting intro and ends with its typical feverish finish with a segue into Typical Situation. What Would You Say is funky and tight and keeps the crowd hollering. Ants ends the show with a rousing finish. The 3.2.94 show has been digitally mastered and is available in its entirety.
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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.
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  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 21: SOMA
    Item #: DMDD92
    Dave Matthews Band 8.4.95 SOMA in San Diego, CA is the 21st volume in the Live Trax series.

    The show was performed in front of an intimate crowd and broadcast via radio and Dan Healy, the Grateful Dead's longtime audio engineer, was on board as the recording engineer. Despite it being a radio broadcast, the band was comfortable performing with experimental soloing and joking with the crowd.

    The 1995 San Diego show features compelling renditions of classic songs with the band exhibiting great energy throughout the set. Highlights from the early show include LeRoi's performance on Proudest Monkey, I'll Back You Up in the encore as well as an exceptional Drive In Drive Out. This version of Don't Burn the Pig is an early jam, different from the later studio release on Before These Crowded Streets.

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  • Dave Matthews Band - Live in Atlantic City
    Item #: DMDD88
    6.26.2011 Bader Field, Atlantic City, NJ

    Dave Matthews Band brought their multi-artist Caravan tour to four US cities this summer with the opening weekend taking place in Atlantic City, New Jersey June 24th-26th. DMB brought new life to Bader Field, a defunct airport space surrounded by the Intracoastal Waterway, only a short bridge away from the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk. The band hosted a 3-day multi-stage, multi-artist festival ending each day of music with a headline performance. One four letter word sums up the weekend perfectly: E-P-I-C. The band’s headlining concert on June 26th is now available as a 2-CD set or digital download.

    DMB pulled some great stuff out of their trick bag on the last night in AC with rarity (and previously unreleased) Kill the King, Seek Up into Warehouse, Dive In featuring a new musical intro and a first for the band with a cover of Sweet Emotion. The crowd went wild during the quadruple encore when DMB began playing Halloween after Carter’s snare drum intro to Ants Marching, launching back into Ants at the end of Halloween. DMB ended the show and an incredible weekend of music with the apropos Thank You Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Agin. The fans continued chanting the song as they exited the Caravan and walked over the bridge to the boardwalk.

    booklet | tray inlay | CD labels
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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • 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 Live Trax Vol. 19: Vivo Rio
    Item #: DMDD74
    Dave Matthews Band performed at Vivo Rio in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on September 30, 2008 in front of many South American fans seeing the band live for the first time. The audience in Brazil was ecstatic which comes through in the recording and DMB really plays up to their exuberance. Highlights include Carlos Malta on the wood fife in Say Goodbye, his influence bringing a distinct flavor and Brazilian sound. Burning Down the House followed by an arresting Two Step are also noteworthy as is an emotional The Stone. The synergy between the band members is evident throughout the show. Other songs of the note on the Rio release are the show-opener, Bartender as well as Grey Street which makes its first official live release performed by the new formation of band members.

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    booklet | tray inlay | CD labels
    • $15.99
  • DMB Live In New York City
    Item #: DMDD73

    Dave Matthews Band performed at Citi Field in Flushing, NY on July 16-17, 2010 to more than 40,000 fans each night. The July 17th show is being released as the 2-CD, set, Live in New York City and is a definite crowd-pleaser with a mix of new surprises and older fan favorites. Highlights include The Stone and Warehouse followed by One Sweet World with Rashawn taking the solo over the original intro; an epic Two Step with a haunting Time Bomb intro and new outro features an unforgettable solo by Carter; Seek Up takes the band’s jazz sensibilities to new heights and showcases their communication on stage on a different level; a partial Black Jack, with no lyrics, makes its live debut; Stefan’s playing on You Might Die Trying and during his Moog-infused bass solo before Watchtower shine. Dave’s vocals are powerful throughout the show and reach a crescendo during the passionate Squirm.

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    • $17.99
  • 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 Live Trax Vol. 18: GTE Virginia Beach Amphitheater
    Item #: DMDD70

    Dave Matthews Band performed their 14th show at the amphitheater in Virginia Beach on Tuesday night. With the show fresh in our minds, we are pleased to announce that we've selected the VA Beach show from 1996 for the 18th volume of the Live Trax series. This concert was the first show in the States after DMB's tour in Europe. Dave notes how the band is still taking in "this thing that's been going on with us", referring to the success achieved with the release of Crash. Highlights of the 96 show include Too Much, followed by never-before-released in the Live Trax series, "Deed Is Done" into So Much To Say. Carter's intro to #36 is also noteworthy. The VA Beach home state show has long been a summer tradition. We hope you enjoy this fresh release from the archives as much as we do.

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    booklet | tray inlay | CD labels
    • $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
  • Dave and Tim Live in Las Vegas
    Item #: DMDD62
    The December 12th show is a perfect blend of Big Whiskey tracks performed for the first time acoustically; tried-and-true songs from Dave and Tim’s repertoire with a few surprises added to the mix. The show began with the jaunty Eh Hee followed by the crowd rousing Dancing Nancies. Perfect for the season, Christmas Song and Lying in the Hands of God are equally stirring. Grey Street and Tim’s rendition of Led Zeppelin’s Kashmir are also songs to take note of on the Live from Las Vegas setlist. The show closing Typical Situation followed by Two Step are also exceptional tracks on the release.
    • $17.99
  • 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
  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 14: Nissan Pavilion
    Item #: DMDD50
    As part of a continual effort to celebrate the life and memory of our friend and brother, founding DMB member LeRoi Moore, we are releasing his last concert performance as Live Trax Volume 14. Proceeds from the sales will be donated by Dave Matthews Band in LeRoi’s memory to the Charlottesville Music Resource Center and the Boys and Girls Club of Charlottesville-Albemarle, among other charitable organizations which best reflect LeRoi’s spirit and passions.

    Highlights of the Nissan show include the acoustic version of The Space Between, a song that had not been played live since 04. Sledgehammer made its live debut at the Nissan show, afterwards becoming a favorite on summer tour set lists. Other highlights include the ever-passionate Don't Drink the Water, a tight version of So Damn Lucky followed by The Dreaming Tree; Boyd's jam on Louisiana Bayou and LeRoi and Rashawn's jam on Anyone Seen the Bridge are also noteworthy. The show ended with another summer tour favorite, Sly and the Family Stone's Thank You (Falletin Me Be Mice Elf Agin).

    booklet | tray inlay | CD labels
    • $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
  • DMB Town Point Park, Norfolk, VA 4/26/1994
    Item #: DMDD48
    We had to dig deep into the DMB vault for this early show! DMB performed a free concert in Norfolk alongside the Elizabeth River to a group of ecstatic fans, many of whom were being introduced to DMB for the first time that April afternoon. The crowd was definitely having a good time as evidenced by the recording. The entire show is a highlight. Our favorite tracks are The Best of What’s Around, Warehouse, Tripping Billies and Minarets.

    4.26.1994 Town Point Park, Norfolk, VA has been completely mastered and is available in its entirety.
    • $13.99
  • Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds Prism Coffeehouse, Charlottesville, VA 4/22/1993
    Item #: DMDD46
    This Dave and Tim release is one of the first shows D&T ever played together. The Earth Day 1993 performance took place at the Prism Coffeehouse, a hallowed 140-seat Charlottesville, VA institution founded in 1966. The Prism has a rich history, hosting many musical legends over the years.
    The 23-song setlist features songs from Remember Two Things and several that would make their future debut on Under the Table and Dreaming and Crash. Highlights include Granny, excellent slide guitar by Tim on So Much to Say and Angel From Montgomery.

    4.22.1993 Prism Coffeehouse, Charlottesville, VA has been completely mastered and is available in its entirety.
    • $13.99
  • DMB Blue Note, Columbia, MO 10/22/1994
    Item #: DMDD44
    Another show from the early days, we selected the Blue Note show from DMB’s first trip to Missouri. The band was touring full force in support of Under The Table and Dreaming and the crowd happily sings along with the band throughout the show. Songs of note in this release include ultra rare Get In Line which is a song that DMB has not played in many years and the show ending Halloween.

    10.22.1994 Blue Note, Columbia, MO has been completely mastered and is available in its entirety.
    • $13.99
  • Dave Matthews Benaroya Hall, Seattle, WA 10/24/2002
    Item #: DMDD42
    On Thursday, October 24, Dave Matthews played a solo acoustic show at Benaroya Hall in Seattle, WA which benefited the Bullitt Foundation, who strives to safeguard the natural environment by promoting responsible human activities and sustainable communities in the Pacific Northwest. This intimate concert, one of Dave’s first big solo shows, is a show marked by inspired performances peppered throughout with witty anecdotes. Highlights of the show include Crush, Loving Wings, The Maker, and Gravedigger as well as the flawless Fool to Think which Dave performed for the first time live and solo.

    10.24.2002 Benaroya Hall, Seattle, WA has been completely mastered and is available in its entirety.
    • $13.99
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