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Show:
Classic Amphitheater     Henrico, VA
 
Tuesday

Ticket

Attendance
10,677

Total Song Time
1 hour and 59 minutes and 25 seconds

Song Spread 
Crash
11  
Under the Table and Dreaming
4  
Unreleased
2  
Cover Songs
1  

(Crash Release Show)
First time Two Step has been played as an opener since 12.31.94.

Released as Live Trax Volume 4 on September 2, 2005.
Song Title   [ ]Time  Venue  Personnel  Notes
1Two Step »6:57  2 of 3   
2Say Goodbye »7:19  2 of 3    (lyrics)
3Richmond Jam 5:43  1 of 1    (lyrics)
4Too Much 4:45  1 of 2   scat outro (lyrics)
5So Much to Say 4:01  1 of 2   Dave counts into the song like on the album
6Crash into Me 6:44  1 of 2   
7#41 7:49  1 of 2   also released on Starbucks exclusive Live Trax compilation
8Lie in Our Graves 6:16  2 of 3   
 This Land Is Your Land [tease]  0:13   Dave Solochorus only; a cappella (lyrics)
9Jimi Thing 14:21  3 of 4    "A Tisket A Tasket," "Linus and Lucy," and "The Temple" interpolations
10Ants Marching 6:41  2 of 3   snare intro
11Proudest Monkey »9:50  1 of 1   
12Satellite 4:50  2 of 2   
13Cry Freedom 5:45  1 of 1   Before this song, Dave tells a really cool story about Nelson Mandela and South Africa... a must hear
14Drive In Drive Out 5:50  2 of 3    (lyrics)
15Typical Situation 5:01  2 of 3   Dave Solo
16Little Thing 7:03  1 of 1   Carter, Dave, StefanDave retunes during the story (lyrics)
17All Along the Watchtower 5:16  3 of 3   
18Tripping Billies 5:01  3 of 4   Nature intro
DMBand.com Road Page Notes
Warehouse Statement on 7/19/2005:
4.30.1996 Classic Amphitheatre, Richmond, VA was the show that started the Crash tour. In addition to hearing many new songs for the first time, fans in attendance were the first to hear the new sound system which DMB had recently inherited from the Grateful Dead. This sound system helped to take DMB's live show experience to the next level. The Richmond show was also the show that marks the introduction of multi-track recording on tour. Thankfully, someone was smart enough to realize that fans may want to hear these shows in the future.

Old school fans of Two Step will hear the beginning of the dark side of the song, while Jimi Thing fans are going to be completely blown away by the incredible, almost fifteen minute jam. The band experimented during this show with old favorites and began playing new songs that were soon to become crowd favorites.

The great thing about this show is that it catches the band at a really interesting point in their development. One can still hear the raw energy that the live show was known for, but can also start to hear the polish of a veteran band that is completely comfortable in their surroundings.
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