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DMB Live Trax Vol. 21: SOMA
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Dave Matthews Band 8.4.95 SOMA in San Diego, CA is the 21st volume in the Live Trax series.

The show was performed in front of an intimate crowd and broadcast via radio and Dan Healy, the Grateful Dead's longtime audio engineer, was on board as the recording engineer. Despite it being a radio broadcast, the band was comfortable performing with experimental soloing and joking with the crowd.

The 1995 San Diego show features compelling renditions of classic songs with the band exhibiting great energy throughout the set. Highlights from the early show include LeRoi's performance on Proudest Monkey, I'll Back You Up in the encore as well as an exceptional Drive In Drive Out. This version of Don't Burn the Pig is an early jam, different from the later studio release on Before These Crowded Streets.

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Disc 1

1. Seek Up
2. Proudest Monkey
3. Satellite
4. Tripping Billies
5. Don't Burn the Pig
6. Recently
7. Lover Lay Down
8. Dancing Nancies
9. Warehouse

Disc 2

1. Jimi Thing
2. Pay For What You Get
3. Rhyme and Reason
4. Two Step
5. Ants Marching
6. I'll Back You Up
7. Drive In Drive Out

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1:4Tripping Billies5:26Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:5Don't Burn The Pig6:44Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:6Recently9:20Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:7Lover Lay Down6:48Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:8Dancing Nancies8:41Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:9Warehouse8:37Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:3Rhyme And Reason5:30Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:4Two Step7:05Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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2:5Ants Marching7:32Dave Matthews Band$1.25
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1:1Seek Up14:15Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:2Proudest Monkey6:59Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:3Satellite5:18Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:4Tripping Billies5:26Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:5Don't Burn The Pig6:44Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:6Recently9:20Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:7Lover Lay Down6:48Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:8Dancing Nancies8:41Dave Matthews Band Album Only
1:9Warehouse8:37Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:1Jimi Thing14:45Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:2Pay For What You Get6:49Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:3Rhyme And Reason5:30Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:4Two Step7:05Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:5Ants Marching7:32Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:6I'll Back You Up5:48Dave Matthews Band Album Only
2:7Drive In Drive Out6:28Dave Matthews Band Album Only

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