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  • Live Trax Vol. 40: Madison Square Garden<br />Blu-ray, DVD or CD
    Item #: DM480COMBO
    LIVE TRAX 40: 12.21.2002 MADISON SQ GARDEN, NEW YORK, NY

    On December 21, 2002 DMB fans were treated to one of the most exciting collaborations in the band's history - James Brown and members of his Soul Generals joined Dave Matthews Band, and members of Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe for Brown’s classic “Get Up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine.” This incredible guest appearance shows Brown trading dance moves with Dave, and concludes an epic 25-minute funk session of "So Much To Say > Anyone Seen the Bridge? > Too Much > Get Up.” While an obvious highlight of the evening, it is not the only one. “Seek Up” features superb performances from both LeRoi Moore and Butch Taylor, while the evening’s momentous encore of “Halloween > Ants Marching” could not have closed out a multi-night, sold out run at NYC’s preeminent Madison Square Garden in better fashion.

    We are pleased to revisit this legendary show in its entirety as Live Trax 40. Available as a 1 Blu-ray/2-CD set, a 1 DVD/2-CD set or a 2-CD set.

    Encore Trax - 2002 Holiday Tour
    Limited in number and available only with pre-order of Live Trax 40. This companion piece is a collection of highlights from the short December 2002 Tour. Available only while supplies last.

    Includes:
    - Live Trax Vol. 40 in choice of 1 Blu-ray/2-CD set, 1 DVD/2-CD set or 2-CD set.
    - Encore Trax CD featuring 5 previously unreleased tracks (while supplies last)

    • $13.99
  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 39: The Arena in Oakland
    Item #: DMDD142
    LIVE TRAX 39: 10.31.1998 THE ARENA IN OAKLAND, OAKLAND, CA

    1998 was a banner year for Dave Matthews Band. In April, they released their third studio album, Before These Crowded Streets, to critical acclaim and toured almost the entire rest of the year to support it. The Fall Tour is among the most well-regarded tours in the band’s history and we return to it now with one of the most noteworthy nights – October 31, 1998 from the Oakland Arena. (To this day, it's the last Halloween concert that DMB have played.)

    This show has long been hailed a classic and every performance is a highlight. Long-time collaborators Tim Reynolds on guitar and Greg Howard on Chapman Stick join the band for the full set. And saxophone virtuoso, Joshua Redman, makes his first and only appearance with the band to guest on Jimi Thing and the rare I’ll Back You Up. The audience of costumed fans are rewarded for their efforts with a pulsating performance of Halloween, in addition to a moving Dreaming Tree, and a Chapman Stick solo for the Watchtower Intro. This stand-out performance is a must-have for any Live Trax collection.

    Please note - DMB Live Trax is available for pre-order and will ship on or around November 1. Downloads will be available on November 4.

    Track List:
    Don't Drink the Water
    Intro>
    Pantala Naga Pampa>Rapunzel
    Crush
    Two Step
    Dreaming Tree
    Warehouse
    Tripping Billies
    I'll Back You Up
    Jimi Thing
    Halloween
    So Much To Say>Anyone Seen the Bridge?>
    Too Much
    Crash Into Me
    All Along the Watchtower

    • $13.99
  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 39 + Men's Tee
    Item #: DM460COMBO
    Bundle includes DMB Live Trax Vol. 39 in choice of CD, MP3 or FLAC along with an exclusive DMB Live Trax Vol. 39 dark heather grey 52/48 cotton/poly t-shirt.

    1998 was a banner year for Dave Matthews Band. In April, they released their third studio album, Before These Crowded Streets, to critical acclaim and toured almost the entire rest of the year to support it. The Fall Tour is among the most well-regarded tours in the band’s history and we return to it now with one of the most noteworthy nights – October 31, 1998 from the Oakland Arena. (To this day, it's the last Halloween concert that DMB have played.)

    This show has long been hailed a classic and every performance is a highlight. Long-time collaborators Tim Reynolds on guitar and Greg Howard on Chapman Stick join the band for the full set. And saxophone virtuoso, Joshua Redman, makes his first and only appearance with the band to guest on Jimi Thing and the rare I’ll Back You Up. The audience of costumed fans are rewarded for their efforts with a pulsating performance of Halloween, in addition to a moving Dreaming Tree, and a Chapman Stick solo for the Watchtower Intro. This stand-out performance is a must-have for any Live Trax collection.

    Track List:
    Don't Drink the Water
    Intro>
    Pantala Naga Pampa>Rapunzel
    Crush
    Two Step
    Dreaming Tree
    Warehouse
    Tripping Billies
    I'll Back You Up
    Jimi Thing
    Halloween
    So Much To Say>Anyone Seen the Bridge?>
    Too Much
    Crash Into Me
    All Along the Watchtower

    Please note - this bundle is available for pre-order and will ship on or around November 1. Downloads will be available on November 4.

    • $29.99
  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 39 + Women's T-shirt
    Item #: DM461COMBO
    Bundle includes DMB Live Trax Vol. 39 in choice of CD, MP3 or FLAC along with an exclusive DMB Live Trax Vol. 39 maroon tri-blend women's t-shirt.

    1998 was a banner year for Dave Matthews Band. In April, they released their third studio album, Before These Crowded Streets, to critical acclaim and toured almost the entire rest of the year to support it. The Fall Tour is among the most well-regarded tours in the band’s history and we return to it now with one of the most noteworthy nights – October 31, 1998 from the Oakland Arena. (To this day, it's the last Halloween concert that DMB have played.)

    Track List:
    This show has long been hailed a classic and every performance is a highlight. Long-time collaborators Tim Reynolds on guitar and Greg Howard on Chapman Stick join the band for the full set. And saxophone virtuoso, Joshua Redman, makes his first and only appearance with the band to guest on Jimi Thing and the rare I’ll Back You Up. The audience of costumed fans are rewarded for their efforts with a pulsating performance of Halloween, in addition to a moving Dreaming Tree, and a Chapman Stick solo for the Watchtower Intro. This stand-out performance is a must-have for any Live Trax collection.

    Don't Drink the Water
    Intro>
    Pantala Naga Pampa>Rapunzel
    Crush
    Two Step
    Dreaming Tree
    Warehouse
    Tripping Billies
    I'll Back You Up
    Jimi Thing
    Halloween
    So Much To Say>Anyone Seen the Bridge?>
    Too Much
    Crash Into Me
    All Along the Watchtower

    Please note - this bundle is available for pre-order and will ship on or around November 1. Downloads will be available on November 4.

    • $29.99
  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 39 + Eco-Fleece Hoodie
    Item #: DM462COMBO
    Bundle includes DMB Live Trax Vol. 39 in choice of CD, MP3 or FLAC along with an exclusive DMB Live Trax Vol. 39 pacific blue Eco-Fleece hoodie.

    1998 was a banner year for Dave Matthews Band. In April, they released their third studio album, Before These Crowded Streets, to critical acclaim and toured almost the entire rest of the year to support it. The Fall Tour is among the most well-regarded tours in the band’s history and we return to it now with one of the most noteworthy nights – October 31, 1998 from the Oakland Arena. (To this day, it's the last Halloween concert that DMB have played.)

    This show has long been hailed a classic and every performance is a highlight. Long-time collaborators Tim Reynolds on guitar and Greg Howard on Chapman Stick join the band for the full set. And saxophone virtuoso, Joshua Redman, makes his first and only appearance with the band to guest on Jimi Thing and the rare I’ll Back You Up. The audience of costumed fans are rewarded for their efforts with a pulsating performance of Halloween, in addition to a moving Dreaming Tree, and a Chapman Stick solo for the Watchtower Intro. This stand-out performance is a must-have for any Live Trax collection.

    Track List:
    Don't Drink the Water
    Intro>
    Pantala Naga Pampa>Rapunzel
    Crush
    Two Step
    Dreaming Tree
    Warehouse
    Tripping Billies
    I'll Back You Up
    Jimi Thing
    Halloween
    So Much To Say>Anyone Seen the Bridge?>
    Too Much
    Crash Into Me
    All Along the Watchtower

    Please note - this bundle is available for pre-order and will ship on or around November 1. Downloads will be available on November 4.

    • $64.99
  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 38: Saratoga Performing Arts Center
    Item #: DMDD140
    As Dave mentions to the crowd during this 1996 performance at Saratoga Springs Performing Arts Center, “This fine State of NY always welcomes us here the heaviest.” This show is an excellent example of the band’s spirited performances, which have kept the door open for repeat visits to Saratoga Springs throughout the band’s career. On June 8, 1996 DMB was supporting the release of its sophomore album, Crash, whose songs are well represented on this setlist with the appearances of “#41" and “Two Step” segued into “Crash Into Me” to name a few. “#36,” which was recorded during the Crash sessions, but did not make the album, shows well the band’s relaxed playfulness between Dave’s scat singing and Carter and LeRoi’s incendiary performances.

    Please note – Digital content will be available on July 15.

    Track List

    Disc One
    1 Best of What's Around
    2 Two Step
    3 Crash Into Me
    4 Jimi Thing
    5 #41
    6 Granny
    7 Too Much
    8 Song That Jane Likes

    Disc Two
    1 Cry Freedom
    2 So Much To Say
    3 Satellite
    4 Seek Up
    5 Drive In, Drive Out
    6 #36
    7 Ants Marching
    8 All Along the Watchtower

    • $13.99
  • Crash 2-LP Vinyl + DMB Live Trax Vol. 38 CD
    Item #: DM436COMBO
    Crash 2-LP Vinyl and DMB Live Trax Vol. 38 CD.

    First-Ever Vinyl Release of DMB's 1996 Grammy Award-Winning Album Crash!

    RCA Records and Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, celebrate Dave Matthews Band's 25th anniversary with the first-ever vinyl release of Crash, DMB's best-selling second studio album, on Friday, July 15.

    Newly remastered from the original flat analog tapes, Crash will be available as a 2LP set, pressed on 180g 12" vinyl and housed in a gatefold jacket that features an eight-page booklet packed with previously unpublished photographs of the band.

    Live Trax Vol. 38 Release Notes:
    As Dave mentions to the crowd during this 1996 performance at Saratoga Springs Performing Arts Center, “This fine State of NY always welcomes us here the heaviest.” This show is an excellent example of the band’s spirited performances, which have kept the door open for repeat visits to Saratoga Springs throughout the band’s career. On June 8, 1996 DMB was supporting the release of its sophomore album, Crash, whose songs are well represented on this setlist with the appearances of “#41," and “Two Step” segued into “Crash Into Me” to name a few. “#36,” which was recorded during the Crash sessions, but did not make the album, shows well the band’s relaxed playfulness between Dave’s scat singing and Carter and LeRoi’s incendiary performances.

    *Please note - Crash Vinyl is currently out of stock. Your order will ship on or around August 12 along with any other items on your order.

    • $42.98
  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 37: Trax
    Item #: DMDD138
    LIVE TRAX 37: 11.11.1992 TRAX, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA

    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.

    Tracklist:

    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

    • $15.99
  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 36: Alpine Valley 2-DVD/3-CD
    Item #: DMCD125DVD
    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 2-DVD / 3-CD set.
    Following the two set format of the summer tour, DVD 1 showcases the playfully intimate acoustic 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, DVD 2, 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.
    • $24.99
  • Live Trax Vol. 36: Alpine Valley CD or 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.

    • $13.99
  • 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.

    • $15.99
  • DMB Live Trax Vol. 34: Deer Creek Music Center
    Item #: DMDD129
    LIVE TRAX 34: 6.24.1999 DEER CREEK MUSIC CENTER, NOBLESVILLE, IN

    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.

    • $15.99
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