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Live Trax Vol. 30: The Muse
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The latest Live Trax series installment is drawn from three August '93 shows at The Muse on Nantucket Island. Around this time, the band was starting to multitrack a handful of their live shows with the hope of using the material to create their first album, Remember Two Things (11/9/93). None of the material on this Live Trax release has been released until now!

The band recorded portions of the three night run at The Muse. However, technical issues prevented the band from capturing all three shows in their entirety. What has been mixed and mastered is representative of a relatively new band bringing its increasingly potent live show to a new brand of listener. It’s easy to imagine the band writing and performing all summer on the island as you listen to spot-on renditions of songs that are now classics.

This compilation of The Muse shows has it all - from the first notes of Satellite to the last notes of the raging Halloween encore. Lie In Our Graves features LeRoi’s screaming sax solo; Pay For What You Get takes us back to the song’s roots as a Dave and Carter duo. Minarets>Blue Water is a powerful pairing that doesn’t exist much of anywhere in its full form. Hearing the segue here in this environment is a real treat.

Live Trax 30 is a perfect companion to the reissue of Remember Two Things and takes the listener to a certain place and sound in DMB history. There couldn’t be a more comprehensive picture of what it was to witness the band at this time.


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Disc 1

1. Satellite (8.16.1993)
2. Ants Marching (8.18.1993)
3. Lie In Our Graves (8.18.1993)
4. Granny (8.17.1993)
5. One Sweet World (8.17.1993)
6. Song That Jane Likes (8.17.1993)
7. Warehouse (8.18.1993)
8. Recently (8.17.1993)
9. Best of What's Around (8.16.1993)
10. Pay For What You Get (8.17.1993)

Disc 2

1. Tripping Billies (8.18.1993)
2. Help Myself (8.17.1993)
3. Typical Situation (8.18.1993)
4. Minarets (8.17.1993)
5. Blue Water (8.18.1993)
6. True Reflections (8.18.1993)
7. Dancing Nancies (8.16.1993)
8. Two Step (8.18.1993)
9. Halloween (8.17.1993)

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1:5One Sweet World (8.17.1993)8:39Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:7Warehouse (8.18.1993)8:52Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:8Recently (8.17.1993)9:42Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:9Best of What's Around (8.16.1993)6:56Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:10Pay For What You Get (8.17.1993)4:56Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:3Typical Situation (8.18.1993)8:36Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:4Minarets (8.17.1993)7:25Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:5Blue Water (8.18.1993)10:49Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:6True Reflections (8.18.1993)6:46Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:7Dancing Nancies (8.16.1993)7:31Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:8Two Step (8.18.1993)8:36Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:9Halloween (8.17.1993)8:32Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:1Satellite (8.16.1993)8:27Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:2Ants Marching (8.18.1993)5:13Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:3Lie In Our Graves (8.18.1993)10:03Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:4Granny (8.17.1993)4:57Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:5One Sweet World (8.17.1993)8:39Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:6Song That Jane Likes (8.17.1993)3:31Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:7Warehouse (8.18.1993)8:52Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:8Recently (8.17.1993)9:42Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:9Best of What's Around (8.16.1993)6:56Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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1:10Pay For What You Get (8.17.1993)4:56Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:1Tripping Billies (8.18.1993)6:55Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:2Help Myself (8.17.1993)4:43Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:3Typical Situation (8.18.1993)8:36Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:4Minarets (8.17.1993)7:25Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:5Blue Water (8.18.1993)10:49Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:6True Reflections (8.18.1993)6:46Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:7Dancing Nancies (8.16.1993)7:31Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:8Two Step (8.18.1993)8:36Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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2:9Halloween (8.17.1993)8:32Dave Matthews Band $1.25
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