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LIve Trax 33 has a never heard before song
Remember all those times you’ve thought “Man, DMB used to do all those sound checks, and some really phenomenal songs have come out of them! [Resounding fan favorite Good Good Time was written during a soundcheck, then performed that night] SURELY they have some recordings of those tunes, if only they’d release them!”
Well, if you’d said that you are one hell of a psychic because that’s exactly what the Dave Matthews Band is doing trying to do. The latest iteration in the LiveTrax series (#33, for those who lost count) is announced and boy, what a doozy. Most of DMB’s two night stand at Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel (1.30.1995 & 1.31.1995) out there in Providence is being pressed to disc as we speak, and there’s a lot to talk about.
First, the good:
- The unreleased, unknown, totally-zero-info sound check jam. Sure, it’s last on the track listing. That just makes it easier to find. Despite the lack of any information I think it’s safe to assume it’s a pretty set-and-written-with-lyrics song that never saw the light of day. Think Mansfield Jam that wasn’t played during the show.
- This Jimi. It’s been called the best of all time. Yeah yeah yeah, I know. Jimi is overplayed. But keep in mind this isn’t a 2013 or 2014 era stalefest. It’s a young, still fresh Jimi. Oh, Roi plays a bit of George Clinton’s “We Want The Funk” in the outro. Just listen to it first.
- An early ’95 set has literally zero bad songs. They didn’t exist yet. And this release includes a complete set from the second night, in addition to a selection from the previous night to round out the second disc. For 13.99 you get 18 songs, plus that soundcheck jam. If that doesn’t get your heartbeat rising, you should admit yourself to a hospital.
Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, there is a new DMBLive show as well! It's also a 1995, and it's amazing. An acoustic set from 4.5.95 at the Academy in New York featuring the first #40 and What Will Become Of Me. This is one of the greatest release days in DMB fandom history.
You can order both and save 15% - and they're are some phatty phat pajamas you can throw in the cart too. The t-shirt is pretty sweet too; it has the set list written out old-school taper style. And for you sound geeks, you can get LT 33 in 24 bit FLAC, which is nice.
We're not going to tell you how to spend your money, but if this is the type of release/bundle you want more of, you have to speak with your wallet. Both shows are outstanding.
Ants Podcast 45: This Is Not Episode 46
Yes, this episode is introduced as Episode 46 in the podcast. Math is hard; just ask Joe M. Anyway, we kick off the new year with an hour-long catch-up session that touches on all things tour, 2-sets, and of course, some healthy Alpine speculation.
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