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  • Audio CD (Sept. 16 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: EP
  • Label: Sony Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000002X4N
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #25,133 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Recently (Edit 2)
2. Dancing Nancies
3. Warehouse
4. All Along The Watchtower
5. Halloween

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By A Customer on Aug. 3 2003
Format: Audio CD
For casual and diehard fans alike, a five-song EP is a bit too skimpy, especially considering that this is DMB in concert. I have the shows that this EP was sampled from, and they are fabulous. Get them in their entirety if you can.
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.
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It took me a while to warm up to the CD. The version of "Recently" is certainly no match to its counterpart on "Live at Red Rocks." "Dancing Nancies," though played without the band is beautiful and is a nice taste of Dave alone with Tim Reynolds. "Warehouse" is also without the band, I like to think of this section of the CD as a "Live at Luther College" prevue. "All Along the Watchtower" is in high form with an excellent jam at the end. The pièce de résistance of the CD; however, is "Halloween." Being a drummer myself (though nowhere near the talent of Carter Beauford) this track provides a rare chance to hear the man on the skins work his magic. The drum solo at the end is no less that stunning and is one of few that you can find on DMB's published works. This track makes the CD and is, in my humble opinion, worth the [item price] on it's own, it's what makes me give this CD 5 stars. Some, even many may disagree, but if you have any passion for amazing drums, look no further than this album.
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I was always reluctant to buy this CD because of the fact that it only had five songs on it. When I got it, I figured out that I was wrong. I have always loved their other early work, "Remember Two Things." I always thought it was cool to see what they were like before becoming what "Relix Magazine" called "The biggest band in the world." This Cd is truly amazing. The songs are sectacular, especially "Halloween" and "Watchtower." Both are superb versions of the songs. Also, it is cool to see "Halloween" live with the whole band (the only other place it appears live is on the accoustic "Live at Luther College," and that version is very good, as well.) It is cool to see how "Recently" has been worked and reworked and the accoustic versions of "Warehouse" and "Dancing Nancies" are pretty cool.
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.
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By Carlos Castro on Nov. 26 2002
Format: Audio CD
I am a big fan of "Dancing Nancies" being played live, and by Dave and Tim. This CD is phenomenal, and it shows just how powerful DMB is when they are live. I have to say that I have not seen them live yet, but I will on Dec. 10th when they come here. I have to say that all of the songs on this CD are very powerful. Sure, some might say that "Halloween" is better on BTCS or Listener Supported, but I like all his versions. I own Listener Supported, but I think Live at Luther is a much better CD because of that acoustic feel that only Dave and Tim can give. But this is my OWN PERSONAL opinion, and we should not go and bash other people for what they think or believe. Just like I believe that Dylan's version of "All Along the Watchtower" is better than any other version that Hendrix or DMB had ever done. I like the previous two versions, but I enjoy the original. Anyways, this CD is good, but it and enjoy it and stop trying to compare which version is better in what CD because that defeats the entire purpose of being a DMB fan and of the songs themselves!
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