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DMB Live Trax Vol. 20: Wetlands Preserve

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Live Trax Volume 20: 8.19.93 Wetlands Preserve, New York, NY is now available in the Warehouse store/DMB store as a 2-CD set and may be purchased as a bundle with the 20th Anniversary Fire Dancer Shirt.

The Wetlands show is the earliest show in the Live Trax series that we've been able to mix from multi-track. The historic, now defunct Wetlands Preserve has a neat history rooted in philanthropy and is one of the first NYC venues that DMB played. Highlights include a great run of songs, Dancing Nancies>Typical Situation>Blue Water on the setlist featuring longtime friend, Warren Haynes. Blue Water features Boyd and Warren weaving licks together with violin and slide. Best of What's Around as a closer is pretty rare and all in all, we just really love this high energy show from the early days.
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1:9All Along The Watchtower7:34Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:2Ants Marching5:37Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:6Blue Water12:19Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:8Christmas Song5:19Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:4Dancing Nancies12:09Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:3Granny4:32Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:2Lie In Our Graves6:05Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:5One Sweet World8:05Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:4Recently9:29Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:1Satellite5:36Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:6Seek Up15:13Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:7Song That Jane Likes3:48Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:7The Best Of What's Around6:41Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:1Tripping Billies6:51Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:8True Reflections9:02Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:5Typical Situation10:31Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:3Warehouse8:35Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:9All Along The Watchtower7:34Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:2Ants Marching5:37Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:6Blue Water12:19Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:8Christmas Song5:19Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:4Dancing Nancies12:09Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:3Granny4:32Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:2Lie In Our Graves6:05Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:5One Sweet World8:05Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:4Recently9:29Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:1Satellite5:36Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:6Seek Up15:13Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:7Song That Jane Likes3:48Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:7The Best Of What's Around6:41Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:1Tripping Billies6:51Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:8True Reflections9:02Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:5Typical Situation10:31Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:3Warehouse8:35Dave Matthews Band Album Only

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