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Live Trax vol 23: Whittemore Center Arena
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Live Trax Volume 23 is the first Dave and Tim show to be released in the series. For the special Dave and Tim debut, we have selected an exceptional 1996 show from the University of New Hampshire in Durham. This last show of the Dave & Tim tour that year includes Dave’s solo performance of never-before-played Hold Me Down. Tim broke a string and while replacing, Dave played the solo song asking the audience to name it. The jam from What Would You Say into Minarets is a definite highlight along with Leave Me Praying which is one of the coolest versions of the song we’ve heard. Other noteworthy parts of the show include What Will Become of Me at the end of Jimi Thing, the cover of Led Zeppelin’s Tangerine and the Cry Freedom closer.


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3:4Crash Into Me6:28Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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3:6All Along the Watchtower5:27Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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3:7Cry Freedom6:03Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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1:5Lie In Our Graves10:27Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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1:6Lover Lay Down5:06Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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1:7Proudest Monkey>5:56Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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1:9Tripping Billies6:04Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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1:10Angel From Montgomery4:22Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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2:1What Would You Say>4:14Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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2:2Minarets6:09Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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2:3Typical Situation6:18Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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2:4Hold Me Down4:07Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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2:5Leave Me Praying4:39Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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2:6Jimi Thing8:53Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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2:7Two Step5:57Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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3:4Crash Into Me6:28Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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3:5Tangerine2:33Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds $1.25
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