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The two Dave and Tim songs are from 2/21/94, one of Dave and Tim's best shows together. It is one of those rare soundboards that actually has atmosphere, and Warehouse and Dancing Nancies are both fabulous. At that same show (the rest of which remains unreleased), Tim rips out an electrifying solo on Recently (even though his guitar is obviously acoustic) which causes the audience to literally freak out during the middle of the song. Most memorable of all is during the set break when Tim guests on T-Bone Burnett's Humans From Earth. During this song, Tim rips sounds unheard of in your everyday world of acoustic guitar, at one point, even attacking the strings with his teeth (and for guitarists, forgetting to detune his E-string until the middle of the song).You must hear it to believe it, so go out and find this show. If this show is released in its entirety someday, it would be extraordinarily satisfying, surpassing even Live at Luther College.
Halloween and Watchtower are good for this period of DMB. Dave screams and shouts his way through the two, oblivious that that kind of screaming can cause permanent damage to your vocal chords. Perhaps that's why Halloween is only played on rare occaisons.
But in the end, this EP is mainly for historical reasons. For casual fans, Live at Chicago and Live at Red Rocks will suit you better. For dedicated fans who trade DMB shows, it's unnecessary. But if you want to hear an era of DMB that will likely not be heard from again on official release this is prime evidence.
Recently Edit 2 (10 of 10)- This song is very good. I absolutely love this song. The lyrics are so much fun, and I think this song is one of their greatest. It allows them to do so much with it live, such as the water/wine outro and the "some people do" intro. This song is clever, and the music is very good. This is a good version, and its a change from the 8 min version on "Remember Two Things."
Dancing Nancies (10 of 10)- This song is one of my all time favorites, and this version is no exception. I always thought this song might be weak without the whole band, and I was very wrong. It is just as spectacular, and actually towers over the accoustic version on "Live at Luther." This song is probably one of Dave's most creative, with clever, interesting lyrics. "Could I have been/a parking lot attendant.Read more ›
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While I am a dyed in the wool Dave Mathews fan I have to admit a small amount of sorrow in ordering this EP. Read morePublished 7 months ago by spigomars
Dave on the way up -Try Under the Table and Dreaming first! Then try Crash for an amazing entry into Dave Matthews' music.Published on Dec 28 2013 by Mike Tench
The sound quality on Recently is unmatched and often I'd forget that the performance was live. DMB always performs well live but this was even excellent by their own gaudy... Read morePublished on March 2 2004 by Thomas Palmer
I bought this EP sometime in '97 and was immediately impressed with "Halloween," which is an estranged, unique song that clearly differs from the rest of DMB's repertoire with its... Read morePublished on Feb. 16 2004 by Guinevere
There are two reasons to get this CD:
All Along The Watchtower
I remember getting this CD about 10 years ago when you had to order it from the "Remember 2... Read more
This to me is one of the beat dave matthews band cd i i have them all but i go back to this one all the time it only has five songs but they are teh best five All Along The... Read morePublished on Oct. 31 2003 by G. Zambardino
It's not the fact that this CD has only five tracks that bothers me, but rather the lack in differences from previous versions of each track. Read morePublished on June 12 2003 by DJ Sauter
I enjoy to the most The Dave Matthews Band and all their music. But don't forget that All Along The Watchtower is a Bob Dylan cover. Read morePublished on March 20 2003 by Brian