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Customer Reviews

Don't Complain

I have 48 Two Steps on my iPod. This makes 49. That is one of my favorite songs of all time. Each and every one is different from the last, and will be different from the next. You must clearly not know what you're talking about if you say this is just more of the same. This is the first released DMB show without Roi. Jeff Coffin magically filled in on sax, and his presence is clear. This tour had no Butch-- again-- we can tell. Don't complain about more of the same when we're getting new material. Sure we've seen 1000 SMTS>>ASTB>>TM, but each one is different. If you just buy the album to look at, then you'll think youv'e got the same stuff. But if you buy the music to listen, you'll love it. Every single DMB album is stellar (even if Piedmont's mix is no good). A must-own for Dave fans, and definitely great for all others. But newcomers to the band might want to start with CP, RR, or LT5. But before you moan about the same old stuff, take a listen. It's not that we're not getting an album because of new live releases-- we're getting new live releases because they're touring. And I'd rather see them tour then spend months in studio. 5/5

Great music, but now minus one star sax player.

We miss you Leroi.

Not the best live release, but still worth the cash

Some people don't seem to understand that every DMB show is different. The studio stuff is not what makes these guys as popular as they's the live performances. I have a very large collection of DMB recordings, but I'm always happy when I nice, crisp, professionally recorded release comes out. If you're tired of the live releases, then don't buy them. It was nice to have Tim on electric again this year.


Formed: 1991 in Charlottesville, VA

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 short-lived keyboardist Peter Griesar -- and the band built up a strong word-of-mouth...
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