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Live At Luther College Live


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  • Audio CD (30 Oct 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Live
  • Label: IMPORT
  • ASIN: B00000DFUB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,633 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. One Sweet World - Dave Matthews
2. #41 - Dave Matthews
3. Tripping Billies - Dave Matthews
4. Jimi Thing - Dave Matthews
5. Satellite - Dave Matthews
6. Crash Into Me - Dave Matthews
7. Deed Is Done - Dave Matthews
8. Lover Lay Down - Dave Matthews
9. What Would You Say - Dave Matthews
10. Minarets - Dave Matthews
See all 12 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Typical Situation - Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds
2. Stream - Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds
3. Warehouse - Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds
4. Christmas Song - Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds
5. Seek Up - Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds
6. Say Goodbye - Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds
7. Ants Marching - Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds
8. Little Thing - Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds
9. Halloween - Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds
10. Granny - Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds
See all 11 tracks on this disc

Product Description

Product Description

A stunning live acoustic performance (recorded at Luther College in Iowa in February of '96), this 2-CD set contains over 140 minutes of music and includes "Crash Into Me," "Satellite" and "Ants Marching," as well as the previously unreleased songs "Granny," "Deed Is Done," "Stream" and "Little Thing."

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Unplugged and set apart from his bandmates, Dave Matthews is transformed from a fusion rocker to something of a fusion folkie. Indeed, this two-disc, two-man concert recording (cut in Iowa in the winter of 1996 and shelved for nearly three years) posits the South African-born bandleader less as a Blues Traveler fellow traveller than a dexterous, jazz-inflected minstrel in the tradition of Tim and Jeff Buckley, Terry Callier and Ellen McIlwaine. As with those considerably less-successful performers, multi-platinum Matthews is enticed to soar ever higher by his considerable vocal prowess. Ultimately, Matthews takes his tunes in dizzying directions because he can! All those exhibitions of elasticity have earned Matthews disdain in less-is-more circles. Here, however, more than ably complemented by frequent DMB guest and fellow Charlottesville, Virginia, denizen Tim Reynolds, Matthews virtually bursts through 23 tunes that leave his audience wanting more. They needn't worry: even his worst critics wouldn't accuse Matthews of being stingy when it comes to music. --Steven Stolder

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Erik Callaway on 27 Oct 2002
Format: Audio CD
I know that due to the "Import" status, this is rather pricey in the UK, but it is a great 2CD set.
This is a great record. I am not a huge DMB fan, but I love acoustic break-downs. It amazes me that there isn't a bigger market for the "unplugged" kind of stuff any more. It is wonderful in that, I think, that you get closer to the music when it is simple without a lot of distractions. You hear a lot more of what is trying to be said.
The thing I like about this record most, is the band arrangements played by the guitar. A very competent musician, Tim Reynolds was a very good compliment to Dave Matthews.
I love the versions of Ants Marching, the Christmas Song, Crash Into Me, and quite a few more. The best song, thought, is the the improv song called "Little Thing." This record is a must have for any Dave Matthews fan, but it is also great for those who are not all that in to the fiddle, and sax music that is staple in Dave Matthews Band record.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 2 July 2000
Format: Audio CD
Are there many DMB admirers in the UK? It seems not - which is something of a mystery to me as I find Dave Matthew's songs mesmerising, especially when performing with his DMB colleagues.
The Band create interesting and and captivating rhythmns that build up to create a backcloth against which Matthews plays with his voice. So how would he fare without the backup of one of the strongest bands around?
Beautifully! This is the best "unplugged" recording I've heard - certainly since Dylan. I strongly recommend this album.
Incidentally why does the music press in the UK virtually ignore this guy?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jason Hart on 17 Oct 2004
Format: Audio CD
Before hearing this CD, I was mostly unfamiliar with Dave Matthews' material. I'd heard a few songs on the radio, and seen a few videos on MTV, but I had never really gotten into it. And then one day I heard this album coming from my roommate's room. I immediately asked to borrow the CDs, and after one listen I finally understood what all the fuss was about.
I've since gotten all of the band's albums, and I love them all, but this one remains my favorite. Dave and Tim strip down each song, capturing the very essence of the original. "#41" exudes the loneliness that was only hinted at on the Crash album, and "Halloween" is pounded out with an undeniably dark passion.
And to top it all off, Tim Reynolds provides good reason to believe that he was born with a guitar in his hands. He displays his unbelievable skills with solos on "Typical Situation" and "Tripping Billies" (to name just a couple), as well as rocking the place with the awe-inspiring "Stream."
Add all of this to Dave's comments to the crowd in between songs (which really gives you a sense of being at the concert), and you've got an album that anyone interested in quality music will love.
Don't pass this up! I guarantee that it holds up after multiple listenings, and will provide you with many long hours of enjoyment.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Larry Ketchersid on 3 April 2007
Format: Audio CD
Unfortunately, you cannot capture the brilliance of Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds live on an album. But this one comes close.

We saw this dynamic duo in Oxford England March 2007, as they played for more than three hours. Their performance live is unmatchable.

This album demonstrates yet again what an amazing songwriter, singer and acoustic guitar player Dave Matthews is...and it shows glimpses of the amazing talent that is Tim Reynolds. Dave's lyrics shine in this acoustic set more so than in DMB studio albums, as his voice becomes the third instrument in this duo. Through Dancing Nancies, #41, Dancing Nancies and Cry Freedom, Dave's songwriting expertise is more visible than with the full band. Tim Reynolds is amazing live and in person, and my one issue with this album is that his contributions aren't noticeable unless you know what you are listening for. But you can certainly hear his lead licks on #41, Dancing Nancies and Say Goodbye.

An excellent album, see them in concert if you get the chance.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Simon on 2 Sep 2003
Format: Audio CD
This has to be one of the best acoustic albums going around in the world today. With the eccentricity of Tim's solos and the electricy of Dave's songs this album should be played over and over again.
In particular the renditions of Tripping Billies and Ants Marching are quite astounding on the ear. The speed at which the solos are played are incredible and one only has to look at the video of Dave and Tim on VHS Storytellers to see how fast Tim actually plays. With the unique voice of Dave and imagination and creativity of Tim, this makes for a superb album. For those not familiar with Dave Matthews, but enjoys acoustic music, this is an ideal place to start.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 2 Feb 2000
Format: Audio CD
Having read a previous review saying Live at Red Rocks is a better live album than this, that it does not have Crash Into Me on it is reason enough to go for this one. One for chilling out to, songs such as proudest monkey, tripping billies and the best version of Crash into me available, this is a perfect 'start of the weekend' album as well as a perfect 'end of weekend' one! Not well known in the UK, Dave Matthews will reach the parts few other albums ever will!
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This is not the dave matthews band experience we all love, it is defintely the same but different. All the greats are there with just too many songs to discuss; highlights are - the whole album 2 Cds of great guitars and great voices, with tim's lighting fingers sometimes overshadowing daves voice and the lyrics; each fighting to see what you will remember the song for the words, voices or the guitar or as with me . Tim gets the chance to shine on his own with 'Stream' making you sit back and wonder how anyone can be that good without having sold there soul for guitar lessons form the greats. Dave voices is allowed to get away from the clutter of some of the jam sessions in DMB usual albums and its all simplfied with just guitars this is a huge, wonderful, mind expanding album that makes you think about what someone is saying, from Ants Marching, Typical Situation, Crash into me and Two Step which finishes off this great double cd just too many amazing songs; to think they didn't release this for three years it was a Music Crime.
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