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DMB Live Trax Vol. 18: GTE Virginia Beach Amphitheater

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6.4.96 GTE VIRGINIA BEACH AMPHITHEATER

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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1:1#418:21Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:2Say Goodbye7:04Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:3Drive In Drive Out6:08Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:4Two Step7:26Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:5Crash Into Me6:51Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:6Too Much5:10Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:7Deed Is Done2:48Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:8So Much To Say5:09Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:9Cry Freedom7:22Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:10Jimi Thing13:23Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:1Lie In Our Graves7:31Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:2Proudest Monkey10:24Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:3Satellite5:02Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:4Song That Jane Likes4:03Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:5#3612:26Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:6Ants Marching7:09Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:7Dancing Nancies10:25Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:8Warehouse9:55Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:9All Along The Watchtower7:48Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:1#418:21Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:2Say Goodbye7:04Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:3Drive In Drive Out6:08Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:4Two Step7:26Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:5Crash Into Me6:51Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:6Too Much5:10Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:7Deed Is Done2:48Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:8So Much To Say5:09Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:9Cry Freedom7:22Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:10Jimi Thing13:23Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:1Lie In Our Graves7:31Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:2Proudest Monkey10:24Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:3Satellite5:02Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:4Song That Jane Likes4:03Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:5#3612:26Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:6Ants Marching7:09Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:7Dancing Nancies10:25Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:8Warehouse9:55Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:9All Along The Watchtower7:48Dave Matthews Band Album Only

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