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In the Spotlight: Volume II
With our recent announcement (you listen to the Ants Podcast, don't you?) of over 1300 shows now available to download at Ants, we wanted to take things to the next level. What good are all those shows if you don't know which ones to listen to? Enter our resident Setlist Expert, Jake Vigliotti. Jake has spent countless hours listening to various live shows in the band's catalog and has unique insight in recommending performances that the community might find interesting. With that in mind, we are proud to (re-)announce our “In the Spotlight” series. Our first entry, made years ago, was the 5.10.95 show at Yoshi's, and that particular performance has been downloaded over 8,000 times since being spotlighted. Now, for Volume II, we are excited to announce 3.8.94 from Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colorado. Jake provides additional detail on this particular show:
This show was unknown until discovered early 2006. What seemingly was just a typical 1994 DMB show held a gem; a completely unknown song. Still mourning the loss of his sister Anne, Dave wrote a song that nostalgically looked back at his relationship with her, recalling the playful moments. The analog fan tape labeled the song "Sister," so that's what we called it…Until about twelve years later when Dave debuted a song called "Sister". The two bare no resemblance. To ease confusion, this one is referred to as "Sister-94". Give this show a download to hear a unique take at a DMB show from the club era.
Volume II of our "In the Spotlight" series can be downloaded through our Downloads Area, or by browsing to the Torrent Thread on the message boards. If you're new to BitTorrent and need assistance downloading, there's a FAQ for that.
Ants Podcast 57 - Superb Owl Review
Super Bowl L is in the books, and with that, so is Ants Podcast LVII. Matt, Jake and Joe review Dave Matthews Band's Pier 70 performance, and that includes drooling over that Passion intro to start the show. Even in the off season, there's lots to talk about, including the 1300+ shows now available to download at antsmarching.org. We reveal the winner of Song Series Vol. 5 and announce Vol. 6. We even resurrect Jake's "In the Spotlight" feature, shedding light on the original performance of "Sister", and it's not what you're thinking. Featured Music: 02.04.2016 - Warehouse (Passion Intro), 03.08.1994 - Sister '94
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We hope you enjoy this latest episode of the Ants Podcast.