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Lucca, Italy Box set

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  • Audio CD (25 April 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set
  • Label: Eagle Records
  • ASIN: B004LWZDAA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 155,452 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Don't Drink The Water
  2. Shake Me Like A Monkey
  3. You Might Die Trying
  4. Seven
  5. Funny The Way It Is
  6. So Damn Lucky
  7. Everyday
  8. Crash Into Me

Disc: 2

  1. #41
  2. Spaceman
  3. Corn Bread
  4. Lying In The Hands Of God
  5. Jimi Thing
  6. Why I Am
  7. The Dreaming Tree

Disc: 3

  1. Alligator Pie
  2. Ants Marching
  3. Gravedigger
  4. Dive In
  5. Two Step
  6. Rye Whiskey
  7. Pantala Naga Pampa
  8. Rapunzel

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Let's see three discs by one of the top three bands in the world, they pack arenas everywhere they play, yet for some strange reason some of the bands releases don't ge a UK release. On this release of a 2009 concert in Lucca,Italy trhey are well and truly at the top of their game.I would love tp have been there, we get the full show f 22 songs some very funky jams and some outstanding musicians, plus of course frontman Dave Matthews, surely one of the best singer/guitarists around. From the opening ' Don't Drink The Water' through classics like, 'Crash Into Me','Jimi Thing', 'Corn Bread' we enjoy a band who really know how to set a crowd alight in concert.This set is around three hours long oin total, gives amazing value for money and again is proof that when it comes to music live this band are the absolute masters.Utterly unmissable,very easy 5 * this one.
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If you don't know Dave Matthews Band, they hail from America and are unquestionably one of the most consistently outstanding live acts on the planet (even if their studio albums occasionally leave a little to be desired). In the live setting, they like to jam and solo all night long and are all outstanding musicians - but their music doesn't feel quite as self-indulgent as the song lengths (ten songs here stretch over 8 minutes) might suggest.

This particular album is a three disc live set taken from one night in Lucca, Italy. In terms of song choice, the unavoidable DMB tunes are here - that's 'Don't Drink The Water', 'Jimi Thing' and 'Ants Marching'. The selections that led me to buy the record were a splendid, 21 minute long version of '#41', 'Rapunzel' as a closer and 'The Dreaming Tree' - all six of those songs hail from their first three studio albums, Under The Table And Dreaming, Crash and Before These Crowded Streets.

So the setlist is good ('Everyday' is a surprise highlight) but for me, the newer material, especially 'Dive In' and 'Spaceman', falls a little flat. That is one factor for this album losing one star; another is the presence of Tim Reynolds. Tim is an incredible electric guitarist who isn't a full-time member of the band, but joined them onstage for their most recent tours. Whilst his technical chops are incredible, I find that sometimes his licks just add a layer too much, getting in the way of the music. One of the things I love about DMB is that, to add colour to their tunes, they make use of brass or violin instead of guitar solos. Here, Tim's tone is a little crunchy, his parts too busy too often - and he's a little too high in the mix.
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Just incredible. If you have ever seen them live then you will know that their studio albums, although fantastic, are absolutely put to shame by their performances live!! This album doesn't disappoint, with several 10min+ songs that allow the band to demonstrate how insanely talented each musician is with plenty of solos!!
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