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Customer Reviews

Shows a Fresh, Yet Familiar, Direction.

As a longtime Matthews fan, I listened to this reminiscing on the joy I got from albums like "Crash" and "Before These Crowded Streets," but with the reserved feelings of discontent with DMB's latest, "Stand Up." What I got was a rewarding mix of all the best parts of Matthews' amazing solo-effort, "Some Devil," combined with some rousing tribal rythmn and "Matthews-esque" vocals. I was very surpised to hear the integrity and energy heard in the Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds acoustic version of 'Eh Hee' is not only intact, but gloriously expanded upon. Visually, the video reminds me of the Oracle scene in '300,' providing some savage imagery as Matthews convulses in a barber chair as robed dancers parade in the background. It's good to hear that Matthews is working with producer John Alagia again, and it's interesting to note that Matthews co-produced, played all the instruments, AND directed, along with 'Matthews Band' lighting director, Fenton Williams. I will eagerly purchase whatever album this song ends up on, and excitedly await further announcements involving either the full 'Matthews Band,' or his '& Friends' solo group.

Response to the Naysayers

I see a lot of people talking about how Dave has "lost his roots," and that this song is not an example of the "fun, funky music he used to play," and other things like that. How untrue. Go back and listen to "Deed is Done" or "Halloween" or even "Minarets" from "Remember Two Things." These are just a couple examples of Dave's "roots." He's always been making fantastic, dark, eerie, thought provoking music, which continues with "Eh Hee." Of course he's also been playing great, fun, funky songs like "Ants Marching" and "So Much to Say," but go back and listen to the lyrics, even the fast, fun songs have some dark, eerie undertones. Of course some of the Dave radio listeners won't find this a fantastic step forward, but to the true Dave connoisseur this is song illustrates Dave's simultaneous transcendence and evolution.

Chemical Drum Sound Ruins Single

Sorry to be a jerk, but... These heavily processed late nineties drum sounds undermine a song that has a dirty, interesting and sophisticated vibe. Too bad, really. He's an incredibly talented songwriter and performer that has created something really compelling. Unfortunately, the production is highly distracting and makes it seem more dated than visionary. He should recut it with less gloss.


Born: January 9, 1967 in Johannesburg, South Africa

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Formed in the early '90s by South African vocalist/guitarist Dave Matthews, the Dave Matthews Band presented a more pop-oriented version of the Grateful Dead crossed with elements of jazz, funk, and the worldbeat explorations of Paul Simon and Sting. Matthews populated the group with several Virginia-based musicians -- bassist Stefan Lessard, saxophonist Leroi Moore, violinist Boyd Tinsley, drummer Carter Beauford, and, initially, keyboardist Peter Griesar -- and the band built up a strong word-of-mouth...
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