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February 2026, 1994

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Posted By: campb_c@cs.odu.edu
Time/Date: 9:59 PM Sunday, February 20, 1994
Subject: DMB @ Ziggys, Winston-Salem NC 2/10/94

Hi everyone...I haven't posted in a while and I'm sure alot of you are
starved for 1994 DMB, so I'll post the setlist from last weeks W-S
show...besides I'm going to grovel for something at the end of this and
need some ODMBC...

Here it 'tis:

Set 1    1 h 3 m
 
Seek Up (well jammed as usual, 13+ minutes)
Song that Jane likes (no intro)
Tripping Billies
Satellite (they've been doing this one SLOOOOWWW...)
Help Myself (totally SICK!)
What would you say?
#36 (Dave scat sings to Boyd's pizzicato...you've gotta hear it..amazing)
Warehouse

Set 2    1 h 20 m

Jimi Thing (good jam, Dave attempts guitar solo)
Minarets (Carter raps an old Beastie Boys rhyme during Dave's "chick-chicka"
          intro..."On the the Gong show, we won't get gonged, 'cause we're
          DMB, not the Cheech and Chong!"
Typical Situation (beautiful!)
Two Step (one of the better ones since the keyboard days...)
Granny
Watchtower (Leroi assualts the audiance with the craziest solo I've heard
            him do in awhile...Boyd was laughing...)
Lover Lay Down (funkier than usaul)
Ants Marchings

E:  Christmas Song
    One Sweet World


For those of you that couldn't make the show because of the weather (snow,
ice, yuch!) Try to catch them somewhere soon...it's one of the strongest
that I've seen them do in awhile.  Carter is playing CRAZY and LeRoi is
doing some truly inspired solos.  Can't wait for the shows this week!!
Oh yeah..people in W-S yell out for Ants marching instead of Halloween and
Two Step..it was weird, I guess they didn't get to hear it twice a week
for 3 months.

Ok, here's the GROVEL...I was planning on going to Trax on Tuesday, but
have now found out that it's SOLD OUT?!?  What the hell?  Welp, I need 1
ticket and would gladly be your best friend forever in addition to running
tapes of any shows from this week you'd like...I'm taping 22nd, 23rd (with
WSP!) 24th and 26th...somebodys just GOTTA have an extra...please, please
please...Also, I'll be glad to give anyone a ride to the show.  I'm going
through Williamsburg and Richmond.  Free ride, drink as much as you'd like
and I'll drop you on the doorstep when the show is over...

Sorry for the wasted bandwidth..everyone have a good week.


Posted By: SAPIRE@carleton.edu
Time/Date: 12:36 AM Monday, February 21, 1994
Subject: dave in the midwest

i'm gonna be going to see the band in Des Moines Iowa
or however that's all spelled
and am wondering if anyone knows about the club they're playing
and if it's a 21 bar and if they let people tape
sorry about the WORLD WIDe posT
ed
sapire@carleton.edu


Posted By: kmk4g@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 12:23 PM Monday, February 21, 1994
Subject: Re: jimi thing guitar solo

Blake put beside Jimi thing: "Dave attempts guitar solo." I can't tell
whether or not this is implying that it was a bad guitar solo, but the two
guitar solos I have on tape happen to be excellent (both are on Jimi Thing;
1-19-93 and 12-31-93). He should try it more often.
...Praying for (but not yelling for) Halloween tomorrow night.

   ---Kerry  (They put out my picture with silence, because my identity by
itself causes violence)
                        Adrenaline starts to flow
                       You're thrashing all around
                           Acting like a maniac
                                Whiplash!
 Look who's in the freezer...


Posted By: campb_c@cs.odu.edu
Time/Date: 1:06 PM Monday, February 21, 1994
Subject: Re: jimi thing guitar solo

On Mon, 21 Feb 1994, Uncle Ebenezer wrote:

> Blake put beside Jimi thing: "Dave attempts guitar solo." I can't tell
> whether or not this is implying that it was a bad guitar solo, but the two
> guitar solos I have on tape happen to be excellent (both are on Jimi Thing;
> 1-19-93 and 12-31-93). He should try it more often.

Yeah..I was implying that it wasn't his best...I've got several that are
GREAT (1/19/93 IS awesome!) but this one was kind of weak...But the
interplay between Roi and Boyd was amazing...It's almost as if Dave starts
the solo and realizes that Roi and Boyd are starting to get off, so he
lets them have the jam.  Don't get me wrong...it's a top ten Jimi Thing. 
Just has a truncated solo...

> ..Praying for (but not yelling for) Halloween tomorrow night.

me too...maybe if we all put our collective thought together and focus
Dave will throw down a slamming version.  Ok...at 12:47 am Wednesday
morning, EVERYONE think "groovin Halloween"...and Carter funks it up the
backbeat...

have a kind week everyone.


Posted By: COGBILLJ@guvax.acc.georgetown.edu
Time/Date: 1:10 PM Monday, February 21, 1994
Subject: Derryberry & Alagia, The Birchmere

Good afternoon Minarets land,

I got the chance last night to see Derryberry & Alagia (John 
Alagia--the DMB producer), and it was a very enjoyable experience.  
One of the truly interesting things was that they played about three 
DMB cover songs!  It was great because it was the first time I heard a 
band do a DMB cover...they played  "So Much to Say," "Satellite," and 
something else that I seem to forget right now.  I went to the show w/ 
Christopher Sabec (DMB lawyer and fellow fan) and so with him I was 
able to chew the fat some with John about DMB.  One thing interesting 
is their plans for a six song promo Cd due for release some time next 
month!

Also I'm going to the Birchmere show w/ Dave and Tim tonight w/ 
C. Sabec and was wondering if any other netters would be 
there...should be fun!

Vaya con Dios!
Jamie Cogbill


Posted By: fostekc0@seraph1.sewanee.edu
Time/Date: 7:01 PM Monday, February 21, 1994
Subject: concerning the demo cd

                RECENTLY JAMIE COGBILL (I BELIEVE) SAID THAT DMB WAS COMING
OUT WITH A DEMO CD NEXT MONTH.  WILL THIS BE A STUDIO DEMO THAT WILL NOT BE
SOLD TO THE PUBLIC...WHAT SONGS, IF ANYONE KNOWS, WILL BE INCLUDED...THIS
IS THE FIRST THAT I HAVE HEARD OF THIS.  PLEASE SEND ALL THAT ANY OF YOU
KNOW.

                THANKS.        

        P.S. ERIC THE TAPES ARE IN THE MAIL. 


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no one making no commitments to anybody but themselves

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Posted By: dee3s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 7:28 PM Monday, February 21, 1994
Subject: Rolling Stone 3/10/94

  Anyone else get Rolling Stone in the mail today?  Back page
(72) has an Alternative Music chart replacing the usual College
Radio chart.  What album comes in at Number 6 . . . you guessed
it!  Dave and the boys with Remember Two Things.  The issue's
alternative chart is based on sales at Wuxtry Records, Athens,
Ga.

  Wow!!
 
  I'm the guy who asked about taping for tomorrow night.  I'll be
there with my purple Phish hat with the orange writing and my
wire-frame glasses.  Say hi.

Till tomorrow . . .
Dan


Posted By: SPICE@DICKINSON.EDU
Time/Date: 10:30 PM Monday, February 21, 1994
Subject: Bayou

alright, i'm planning on heading to the bayou for the show on saturday.  any 
hints from anyone?  we're planning on arriving early to eliminate the chance 
of not getting in.  the bayou is only 18+, right?  anyone have any clues on 
price?  i hear the people who work there are nasty (that's a god street wine 
sentiment, certainly) so we'll be on our toes.  hope to see a bunch of ya' 
there...  i'll probably be wearing a gsw hat and a phishnet shirt...

thanks,

reid
-SPICE@DICKINSON.EDU


Posted By: SPICE@DICKINSON.EDU
Time/Date: 10:33 PM Monday, February 21, 1994
Subject: and another thing...

taping?  possible at the bayou?  or too small?  thanks.

oh, and here's another question: can anyone offer any insight into the 
numbered songs phenomenon?  i think it's really cool (and i can identify with 
the difficulty in naming songs -- in fact, before i was into dmb, i would 
write lyrics randomly and started naming them up from 31 for some terribly 
coincidental reason).  anyone heard any from the 20s, teens, or single 
digits?  which does the band play besides 34 and 36?  

reid


Posted By: bobgee@merle.acns.nwu.edu
Time/Date: 1:03 AM Tuesday, February 22, 1994
Subject: DMB at Breck

I'm sending this message/request as a service to a friend who will be out in
Colo. skiing for Spring Break and really wants too see Dave play in Breck
(he's going thru serious withdrawal as he hasn't seen the band since NYE).
Anyway, the problem is he'll be in Steamboat without a car. So if there's
anyone planning on being in Steamboat at that time and roadtripping to see the
band in Breck (probably 2 hr+ drive) then e'd love a ride. He has offered to
pay for gas, buy you drinks, and do just about anything for a ride. 
Oh, the show is Mar. 12 at Breckinridge.
If this might apply to anyone, then e-mail me direct. If not, sorry to waste
bandwidth.

Bob

P.S. Talked to Coran the other day. He says the Virginia Horse Center in
Lexington is "cool as shit" and there will be camping :) Can't wait!


Posted By: COGBILLJ@guvax.acc.georgetown.edu
Time/Date: 1:47 AM Tuesday, February 22, 1994
Subject: The Birchmere...oh what a night

OH wow!

It sure was a great show tonight, Dave and Tim at their utmost best.  
I met Wayland and Kwon there tonight...my first real outside contact 
w/ other netters.  Wayland is posting the set list so I won't spend 
time on that here.

About the show...(my two cents)...So Much to Say, with Tim using the 
slide and Dave as animated as ever was awesome, the encore of Angel 
then Watchtower was tremendous.

The Birchmere was really neato...everyone sat at tables, but were just 
as enthused as most shows I've seen.

Personal great moments:  I was able to meet T-bone Burnett, the 
producer of the Counting Crows cd who was there to hear Dave.  Talked 
to John Alagia and Doug Derryberry some...and after the show  
Christopher Sabec was going to drive me back to my Gtown home but 
first we got to drop Dave and an RCA guy named Bruce off at the 
Marriot.  It was so cool being in the car w/ Dave...the guy is 
hilarious...actually damn near obnoxious, he was talking with this 
Brooklyn mafia accent about...well, I'll let you use your imagination. 
 It was great.  Dave took an arm extended picture w/ the camera of 
both of us.

whew.
sorry, I rambled.
Jamie Cogbill

PS--tix for the BAyou are $10 w/o service charge...yes it is 18+, yes 
get there early for your tix.


Posted By: PONDWAYLA@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 2:35 AM Tuesday, February 22, 1994
Subject: Dave and Tim at the Birchmere

Hello fellow netters!  Just got back from the Dave and 
tim show at the Birchmere in Alexandria,Va.  He is a quick review of
a mellow but intense show...

Set 1
******

Pay for what you get
Lie in our graves
So Much to Say
Satellite
Recently (jammin tim solo)
You are my sanity (Tim song)
Warehouse
Typical Situation (Tim jam)
Help Myself

Set 2
*****

T-Bone Burnette and Tim jammed to a T-Bone song 
Minarets
Tripping Billies
I'll Back you Up (gripping)
Dancing Nancy
Tim Song
Cry Freedom (wow! surprise! one hell of a song)
Ants Marching
One Sweet World 
Christmas Song

Encore:   Angel from Montgomery and Watchtower

The show was great, during the show someone joked around and screamed
"Halloween" dave said he would play it Tuesday and saturday night!
Also has anyone heard of T-Bone Burnette(jams on guitar)? he is producer
for RCA out of Los Angelas?  Well, it was good to meet Jamie and Quan,
hope to see some of you all this week, look for me taping.

Wayland


Posted By: C526208@MIZZOU1.BITNET
Time/Date: 4:54 AM Tuesday, February 22, 1994
Subject: DMB COMING TO THE MIDWEST

If any of you out there know Dave personally or any of his management staff
could you PLEASE pass along this request:
 
There is a great bar here in Columbia, Mo. called the Blue Note
(phone: (314) 874-1944 or (314) 874-8889) that is crying for Dave to come
and play there (or maybe it's just me).  Could someone please pass this
information along.  Also, the address is : 17 North 9th Street
                                           Columbia, MO.  65201
 
It is a 800-1000 person venue.  I'm sure that they would be very interested
in booking he and the boyz.  I realize that they are coming to Kansas
(DEFINITE road trip), but I would LOVE to see them on "home turf".  Please
let me know if they express any interest in playing here...it would make my
day.  By the by, the town of Columbia has three college campuses in it.
Mizzou is roughly 25000 large.  Great place to get some exposure!
 
Thanks,
Dave Culp (C526208@MIZZOU1.MISSOURI.EDU)
 
PS- sorry to all of you that this doesn't effect.


Posted By: sam9q@dayhoff.med.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 8:49 AM Tuesday, February 22, 1994
Subject: suscribe

suscribe me


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 11:18 AM Tuesday, February 22, 1994
Subject: the promo thingy....

i talked to chris tetselli of red light management this morning,
and he said the only thing available right now is a four song ep
entitled 'recenlty' with an edited-for-radio title song, as well
as ants, tripping billies, and song that jane likes.  it's a radio
promo, and only available as such.

the big thing coming up, however, is a cd5 which will include some
songs that didn't make the album cut (i'm assuming they are also live
and recorded at the same show) and will include some dave matthews/
tim reynolds cuts, as well.  they haven't fully figured out what's
up with this thing, yet, so i couldn't get a full track listing.
this cd5 will be available only through mail order or at shows.

i'll let everyone know more as it becomes available.

======================================================================
rick thompson                      <stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu>
jmu box 5388                       willing to tell you anything you 
harrisonburg va 22807              ever wanted to know about the dave
                                   matthews band (including a few 
(703) 568-4945                     disjunct lyrics).
**********************************************************************
"It is indeed a great gift of heaven to possess...plain common sense."
             --Immanuel Kant
======================================================================


Posted By: @mwbbmsg.attmail.com:rib!4399
Time/Date: 1:07 PM Tuesday, February 22, 1994
Subject: Re: Dave and Tim at the Birchmere

Actually, T-Bone is not with RCA...he is famous in his own right.  He is the 
husband of Sam Phillips ( a talented singer-songwriter) and an acclaimed 
record producer.  T-Bone's latest accomplishment is the Counting Crows CD.  He 
also did a number of Elvis Costello and ZZ-Top albums.  I will try to post 
T-Bone's entire discography for everyone's information.  

Also, the name of the tune he played with Tim Reynolds is called "Humans from 
Earth."

The reason T-Bone was at the Birchmere is that he is considering producing and 
DMB management is considering having him produce the RCA release (it is a 
MUTUAL decision).  So far, so good.  Dave and T-Bone really got along well.  
Tonight, T-Bone will meet the band at Trax and we'll have to wait and see 
where things go from here.

Later,
Christopher


Posted By: @mwbbmsg.attmail.com:rib!4399
Time/Date: 1:56 PM Tuesday, February 22, 1994
Subject: Re: need some info on old shows

Gordon--
That tape you have is from the Floodzone in Richmond, Virginia  9/30/92.


Posted By: sonja@cwis.unomaha.edu
Time/Date: 2:46 PM Tuesday, February 22, 1994
Subject: subscribe

Hello!

Please subscribe me !!!

            Many thanks,
     
               Sonja


Posted By: btanen@husc.harvard.edu
Time/Date: 7:09 PM Tuesday, February 22, 1994
Subject: Re: Derryberry & Alagia, The Birchmere

On Mon, 21 Feb 1994 COGBILLJ@guvax.acc.georgetown.edu wrote:

> Good afternoon Minarets land,
> 
> I got the chance last night to see Derryberry & Alagia (John 
> Alagia--the DMB producer), and it was a very enjoyable experience.  
	Ah ha!  I knew they were still alive and kicking as a duo.  Does 
anyone remember when I posted asking for info about these guys.  I told 
this long story about how they were supposedly from the DC area . . . .
> One of the truly interesting things was that they played about three 
> DMB cover songs!  It was great because it was the first time I heard a 
> band do a DMB cover...they played  "So Much to Say," "Satellite," and 
> something else that I seem to forget right now.  I went to the show w/ 
> Christopher Sabec (DMB lawyer and fellow fan) and so with him I was 
> able to chew the fat some with John about DMB.  One thing interesting 
> is their plans for a six song promo Cd due for release some time next 
> month!
	Well, regarding the covers, that's cool, but I'd really like to 
hear the reverse.  I mean, what if Dave and the guys did a song or two of 
John/Doug's?  Now, 99% of you have never heard D&A, so this is sort of 
dumb to write, but how about "How To Love You," or "Wish You Well," or 
many others which the DMB could totally RIP.  Ah, here's to hoping.
> 
> Also I'm going to the Birchmere show w/ Dave and Tim tonight w/ 
> C. Sabec and was wondering if any other netters would be 
> there...should be fun!
> 
> Vaya con Dios!
> Jamie Cogbill
> 

Well, now for some ODMBC (hee hee!):
The last time I checked Ticketmaster, they said a band called Quicksand 
was playing at Irving Plaza NYC on March 26.  What gives?


--Ben

----Let's get down to the nitty-gritty, Let's get the show on the road.----


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 11:59 PM Tuesday, February 22, 1994
Subject: subscribe messages to the net

has anyone else noticed the upsurge of subscribe messages to minarets 
lately? :)

please let people know the correct message to susbcribe to when relaying 
information about minarets.

here's a recap incase you forget:
---to subscribe to minarets send the message, "subscribe minarets YOUR NAME" 
to listproc@moose.uvm.edu
---to digestify after subscribing send the message, "set minarets mail 
digest" to listproc@moose.uvm.edu

hope this cuts down on the subscribe messages to minarets.
-------------
on a more relevant note: yeahaa for the NE shows! finally.

alex Crothers


Posted By: SEAWA@vax.rhodes.edu
Time/Date: 12:32 AM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: Upcoming DMB show at Sewanee...

  I just heard a rumour that Dave will be putting on a FREE show at Sewanee
in a few weeks (the 5ht of March, I believe).  This sounds too good to be
true.  Can anyone confirm this for me?


Posted By: JTNIETHA@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 12:34 AM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: Bayou prices

Here it is.  The Bayou is an 18+ and the last time I went to see Dave it was
$8 but it might be a little higher now.  I might be going but in case I can't 
make it, can someone please make a tape for me.  I can provide the tape if 
necessary.  If I'm there I'll be wearing a JMU hat and by myself so if you see
a lonely looking guy in the front row, stop and keep me some company.

					Jason "ootis"


Posted By: btanen@husc.harvard.edu
Time/Date: 12:42 AM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: repost of net resources, please!

Hey folks.  I was just thinking that there must be a lot of recent 
subscribers out there with no FAQ or lyrics file.  I was wondering if 
those could be reposted?  Have additions been made?

-Ben

----Let's get down to the nitty-gritty, Let's get the show on the road.----


Posted By: STU_GEYAKAIT@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 12:46 AM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: DMB in Rolling Stone!

Hey all!

	This is my first post, and what I have to say has probably already
been said, but check out the top-ten alternative (college) in Rolling Stone.
The Dave Matthews Band-Remember 2 Things is #6 !!!! Ahead of James and Cracker
Ha! Scary......yet exciting all the same.

				Wishing the show tonight wasn't sold out.....

						Sob, Sob....

							YAK };>


Posted By: @mail.trincoll.edu:sean.berry@mail.trincoll.edu
Time/Date: 1:33 AM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: Derryberry&Alagia

In response to Ben Tanen, Derryberry&Alagia is quite popular on this net.
There are at least two graduates of Portsmouth Abbey School who subcribe to
minarets, the other being Pat Parsons. Anyway D&A have been playing
Portsmouth, in Newport, RI, since '91 and lot of my friends and I have
become quite good friends with Doug and John. In fact every couple of
months John gives my friend Pat Parsons-fellow netter, tapes that he has
mastered in the studio. To those in Washington they often play at a bar
called Heads. Back to Ben, I see that you have "Southpaw", do you have
"Reinvigorating the Wheel" if you do don't you think a great cover would be
"Falling" or off "Rutabaga Stew" "Stomping Boots"
And off "Southpaw"-Desire or WIthout You or Tell it Like Is all of those
would be cool.

Sean Berry


Posted By: PONDWAYLA@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 6:27 AM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: TRAX 2/22/94

Just wanted to make a quick post on a excellent show.
The wait was well worth it, because DMB rocked really hard all
night.  Anyway, here is the setlist:

Set 1
*****
Seek Up (14+ min, jammed every minute of)
Tripping Billies
Song that Jane Likes
Help Myself
What would you say?
Satellite (some fans held up lighters??!!)
True Reflections

Set 2
*****
Ants Marching (incredible intro)
Minarets (once again Carter rapped in beginning)
Typical Situation (intense)
Granny
Jimi Thing (WOW!)
Lover Lay Down (nice surprise)
Watchtower (really jammed)
Dancing Nancy

Encore:  NO COMMENT!!!!!!!!!

oops, after satellite was #36, sorry i left that out...
well, it was good to meet alot of people from the net, can't wait until
thursday.

Wayland


Posted By: klong@sura.net
Time/Date: 7:31 AM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: Blue Note in Columbia

Just a note to "second" the suggestion that DMB play the
Blue Note in Columbia.  This club is one of the finest in
the midwest.  Many outstanding artists have played there
over the years.   Big Star held their reunion show there
and recorded their album (this also caused some huge 
problems for the campus radio station but that's another
story).  I've seen the Violent Femmes and the Blasters
there just to name two bands.  Columbia is a wonderful
town and the Blue Note is a great place to play.

The club itself is a converted theatre in the center of
town.  A much better venue than the location of years 
before at the end of 9th in a rather ramshackle building.

klong


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 8:25 AM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: Re: Upcoming DMB show at Sewanee...

On Wed, 23 Feb 1994 SEAWA@vax.rhodes.edu wrote:

>   I just heard a rumour that Dave will be putting on a FREE show at Sewanee
> in a few weeks (the 5ht of March, I believe).  This sounds too good to be
> true.  Can anyone confirm this for me?

Dave is playing at the Univ. of the South in Sewanee, TN on March 5, 
however....i heard nothing of it being free.  I have to talk to the home 
office tomorrow anyway so i'll definitely ask.  here's keeping our 
fingers crossed....even though i'm in Vermont and in no way planning on 
going to TN for Any show..be it free or not.

alex Crothers


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 8:32 AM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: Re: repost of net resources, please!

On Wed, 23 Feb 1994, Ben Tanen wrote:

> Hey folks.  I was just thinking that there must be a lot of recent 
> subscribers out there with no FAQ or lyrics file.  I was wondering if 
> those could be reposted?  Have additions been made?
> 
> -Ben

This would probably be a good idea.  In the past two weeks there have 
been nearly fifty new subscribers....as many of us have seen from the 
subscribe messages sent to minarets instead of listproc. :)

It would also give everyone the chance to see what information needs 
updating along with the songs that still need to be added to the Lyric and 
Chord files.

Also on the agenda is the updating up the Welcome message but, like most 
things these days it seems, that will have to wait awhile as a result of 
school and the upcoming WSP shows in the NorthEast.

Alex Crothers


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 8:39 AM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: Re: DMB in Rolling Stone!

On Wed, 23 Feb 1994, DRUMMERS DO IT WITH RHYTHM wrote:
> Hey all!
> 
> 	This is my first post, and what I have to say has probably already
> been said, but check out the top-ten alternative (college) in Rolling Stone.
> The Dave Matthews Band-Remember 2 Things is #6 !!!! Ahead of James and Cracker
> Ha! Scary......yet exciting all the same.
> 				Wishing the show tonight wasn't sold out.....
> 						Sob, Sob....
> 							YAK };>

This is interesting.....DMB considered alternative?  I guess 
college/alternative could stereotype them sufficiently.?  On the other 
hand, I didn't realize DMB was doing this well in the national sense.  
Isn't making the Rolling Stone chart a pretty big step?  I figured this 
album would only be selling large numbers in Virginia and other southern 
states.  I'm very impressed.  I think RCA has got itself a very 
productive band for the next couyple of years. :)

alex Crothers


Posted By: bdietz@acs.bu.edu
Time/Date: 11:38 AM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: digestified list

how do I get back on the digestified list?

--Brian Dietz


Posted By: btanen@husc.harvard.edu
Time/Date: 11:49 AM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: Re: DMB in Rolling Stone!

On Wed, 23 Feb 1994, J. A. Crothers wrote:

> On Wed, 23 Feb 1994, DRUMMERS DO IT WITH RHYTHM wrote:
> > Hey all!
> > 
> > 	This is my first post, and what I have to say has probably already
> > been said, but check out the top-ten alternative (college) in Rolling Stone.
> > The Dave Matthews Band-Remember 2 Things is #6! Ahead of James and Cracker
> > Ha! Scary......yet exciting all the same.
> > 				Wishing the show tonight wasn't sold out.....
> > 						Sob, Sob....
> > 							YAK };>
> 
> This is interesting.....DMB considered alternative?  I guess 
> college/alternative could stereotype them sufficiently.?  On the other 
> hand, I didn't realize DMB was doing this well in the national sense.  
> Isn't making the Rolling Stone chart a pretty big step?  I figured this 
> album would only be selling large numbers in Virginia and other southern 
> states.  I'm very impressed.  I think RCA has got itself a very 
> productive band for the next couyple of years. :)
> 
> alex Crothers
> 

Okay, here's the deal on Rolling Stone.  They recently changed their 
ratings for the college charts.  Now, they go to ONE record store, most 
likely in a college town, and ask them what's hot.  So, obviously, it 
depends on who they ask.  Well, the 3/10/94 issues chart comes from . . . 

		WUXTRY RECORDS, ATHENS GA!!!


Yippeee!!!  This is a bloody great store!

All in all, we can be excited that DMB got a Rolling Stone mention, but 
don't get worried that they won't be "OUR" band anymore, blah blah 
blah.  Just to keep it in perspective, the folks in Athens are much more 
hip to good music than the world at large.  Plus, the fact that DMB just 
played two shows down there might have had something to do with the 
increased record sales.  Right?

In any case, I must be able to use this to convince some local stores to 
carry the disc.


--Ben

----Let's get down to the nitty-gritty, Let's get the show on the road.----


Posted By: PHELPSWIL@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 11:51 AM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: how about hortense, the mule-faced girl?

For those who are interested, the Floodzone show tomorrow night sold
out over the weekend form what i've been told.  (I'm in!)  Anyway,
great that DMB is back.  See you guys there, I'll be wearing a black
hat that says Ashworth.  Say hi and buy me 80 beers.

				bill


Posted By: CPI9238@RITVAX.BITNET
Time/Date: 1:33 PM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: DMB in florida

What are DMB ticket prices running. I will be seeing them possibly all three
dates in florida. (ahh sunny florida). Do they allow SBD patches there or
should I bring mic's or e: none of the above. Also, can anyone supply me with
local bands  dates that will be playing near tampa feb 25 - march 10?
 
 
Craig


Posted By: msyst5+@pitt.edu
Time/Date: 2:15 PM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: Re: DMB in Rolling Stone!

Sorry to have to post to the whole net but I am new here and I have a few
questions to ask. First of all does DMB have a mailing list that I could
get on. Secondly is there an address that I can mail order their new cd
from. Last but not least is there any kind soul out there who would be
able to copy me a show? all I have to offer is some phish but as always I
could send blanks and postage and of course my gratitude. If anyone can
help me with these questions email me personally. thanks in advance! mike


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 4:47 PM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject:

> Okay, here's the deal on Rolling Stone.  They recently changed their 
> ratings for the college charts.  Now, they go to ONE record store, most 
> likely in a college town, and ask them what's hot.  So, obviously, it 
> depends on who they ask.  Well, the 3/10/94 issues chart comes from . . . 
> 		WUXTRY RECORDS, ATHENS GA!!!


that's a rather strange way of deciding "national" rating for the college 
charts isn't it?  however, i suppose if you take it with a grain of salt 
the results can be pretty informative/amusing.  

and Athens is a pretty good place to pick in terms of music since so many 
bands have come out of that area in the past 10 years.

alex crothers


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 4:53 PM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: Re: how about hortense, the mule-faced girl?

On Wed, 23 Feb 1994 PHELPSWIL@urvax.urich.edu wrote:
> For those who are interested, the Floodzone show tomorrow night sold
> out over the weekend form what i've been told.  (I'm in!)  Anyway,
> great that DMB is back.  See you guys there, I'll be wearing a black
> hat that says Ashworth.  Say hi and buy me 80 beers.
> 				bill

80 beers?? wow.  you'll be screaming Hallowean like noone i've ever seen. 
:) 

on another note... could the FZ/Trax shows be coming to an end soon?  
this seems to be coming ever more apparent as the weekly gigs there 
turn into monthly.  ohh well.  i suppose soon we'll have people complaining 
about how it was in the old days when you could just go down to Trax with 
some of your friends to see them on a moments notice.  
(Phish=Nectar's/the Front)  :)  please take this as it's meant to be taken.

alex Crothers


Posted By: CONJURAEM@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 6:24 PM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: DMB at Sweetbriar College on Friday the 25th....

	A couple of friends and myself are planning on going to this 
show and I was wondering if anyone can email me with directions of how
to get there from Richmond, VA.  Also does anyone out there have any
idea about the policies that Sweetbriar is going to have about having 
students from other schools there.  Also are tickets going to be
available at the door?  Hope someone can help me out....and looking 
forward to seeing you all out at the Floodzone tomorrow night!

emily c
conjuraem@urvax.urich.edu


Posted By: Ian_M._Bassin@gorgias.ilt.tc.columbia.edu
Time/Date: 6:41 PM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: 3 questions from a 1st timer

This is my first post, I'd like to know who the Keyboard player is on my
12/31/92 DMB tape and if he was a member of the band or just a guest. Also,
are there any setlist files anywhere? Does anyone have the Tim Reynolds CD?
If so, how is it and do any of the band members appear on it?
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Posted By: bgreen@polar.bowdoin.edu
Time/Date: 7:23 PM Wednesay, February 23, 1994
Subject: Re: 3 questions from a 1st timer

> 
> This is my first post, I'd like to know who the Keyboard player is on my
> 12/31/92 DMB tape and if he was a member of the band or just a guest. Also,
> are there any setlist files anywhere? Does anyone have the Tim Reynolds CD?
> If so, how is it and do any of the band members appear on it?
> ----------------------------------------------
> Delivered by the Dalton Internet Gateway
> 
> 

In response to your question about Tim Reynolds, he has two recordings
out.  First, with his band TR3, is Shifting Currents.  I don't believe any
of DMB performs on this disk.  It is a great album though (all
instrumental).  Tim has also released a solo album (just him on the ole
acoustic guitar).  The last time I talked to Tim, he had a couple of
copies of an old TR3 tape that they made in the late 1980s (gosh, that
seems so long ago).  I am suffering from a "lack of Virginia music" up
here in Maine.  I was lucky to catch Tim Reynolds playing with Greg
Howard at a local bar before I left my hometown, balmy Blacksburg, VA.  I
hope Dave and the boys make it up to Boston (at least).  I was very happy
when I caught them playing at the Paradise with ARU last fall.

							Ben


Posted By: dee3s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 8:36 PM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: Trax 2/20 and Sweetbriar Show

Netters:
  FIrst of all, it was great to meet Blake, Wayland (thanks for
the ride, guys), Rick and Gregg.  It was also a sweet show and
I'm glad I taped it.  However, by accident I left with one more
set of cables than I came with.  I thought I had come with two,
though I had only brought one.  So if anyone is missing a
red/white in/out cable write to me and I'd be glad to arrange for
their return to you.  I truly apologize.
  Regarding the Sweetbriar Show, I spoke to a friend of mine at
Trax last night who goes to Sweetbriar and is going to the show
and she said she's pretty sure it's sold out.  Too bad for those
willing to have made the trip.

Take care,
Dan


Posted By: PONDWAYLA@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 8:17 PM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: Re: MINARETS digest 98

1L


Posted By: btanen@husc.harvard.edu
Time/Date: 10:50 PM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: Re: DMB in Rolling Stone!

On Wed, 23 Feb 1994, J. A. Crothers wrote:

> that's a rather strange way of deciding "national" rating for the college 
> charts isn't it?  however, i suppose if you take it with a grain of salt 
> the results can be pretty informative/amusing.  

It's kind of interesting.  Think about it this way:  on the one hand, the 
new chart system allows many different people to hear about different, 
regional bands.  Maybe the next time DMB plays somewhere, someone will 
check them out because they recognized the name from RS.  On the other 
hand, it also allows the whole country to sort of guage what other people 
are listening to.  And that's cool too.

I wonder if we can write to RS and petition them to focus on Plan 9 (is 
that what it's called?) in Charlottesville.  THAT would be enlightening.

> 
> alex crothers
> 
> 

-BEN

----Let's get down to the nitty-gritty, Let's get the show on the road.----


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 11:37 PM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: yes, trax and floodzone could be coming to an end

in the last digest, alex asked if the trax and floodzone shows
could be coming to an end.  let's look at this realistically:
it all came to an end on dec 8th.  i was at last night's show, and
it was not "oh, dave's playing at trax again," it was "fuck yeah,
dave's playing a concert in c-ville tuesday night...did you get 
tickets?"  i would even venture to say the crowd was a little
different than it used to be.  there were a whole herd of teenagers
crowding the stage by 9 (for a show that began at 10:45).  usually at
nine, i'm up front and center, analyzing the setup.  i payed
NINE DOLLARS to get in, and i'm personally looking forward to the
day i may have to pay $20.  the dave matthews band is no longer
a c-ville local band.  trust me, they are hitting big, and you
better get used to it.  (i'm putting on some asbestos now;)

proof that trax/fz for dmb is over:  tuesdays and wednesdays now
belong to from good homes.  and i'll agree, they're no dmb, but they
are damn good.  personally, i liked them more than god street wine,
who i saw a week later.

another note:  two things about last nights show:
1)minarets rap?  i didn't hear it, wayland, and you had me by the
  arm saying he was going to do it.
2)encore:  good god.  i don't think i've ever heard that song before,
  but it was fucking intense. 
======================================================================
rick thompson                      <stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu>
jmu box 5388                       willing to tell you anything you 
harrisonburg va 22807              ever wanted to know about the dave
                                   matthews band (including a few 
(703) 568-4945                     disjunct lyrics).
**********************************************************************
"It is indeed a great gift of heaven to possess...plain common sense."
             --Immanuel Kant
======================================================================


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 11:44 PM Wednesday, February 23, 1994
Subject: faq and lyrics postings momentarily...

at the advice of several people, i'm gonna go ahead and post the
faq again.  it's big, so be warned.  (not as big as phish.faq, mind
you).  it hasn't changed much at all since the last posting, but
it does seem like a good idea.

about the lyrics file:  i'll go ahead and repost it and send it
out to the mailing list, but one thing:  I REALLY WANT BEST TO 
GO INTO IT VERY SOON.  dozens of people have said, "oh, i know
the words to best, i'll do it for you"  but nobody has done
it yet.  i haven't had time to do it, and i usually devote myself
to picking out lyrics to songs i know how to play, anyway.  

boy, this net is jumpin' these days, ain't it...
======================================================================
rick thompson                      <stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu>
jmu box 5388                       willing to tell you anything you 
harrisonburg va 22807              ever wanted to know about the dave
                                   matthews band (including a few 
(703) 568-4945                     disjunct lyrics).
**********************************************************************
"It is indeed a great gift of heaven to possess...plain common sense."
             --Immanuel Kant
======================================================================


Posted By: COGBILLJ@guvax.acc.georgetown.edu
Time/Date: 12:50 AM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: BEST

Best of What's Around

Hey my friend it seems your eyes are troubled
Care to share your times with me
Would you say you're feeling low
And so a good idea would be to get it off your mind

See you and me have a better time than most can dream
Better than the best
And so we pull on through
Whatever tears at us
Whatever holds us down
And if nothing can be done
We make the best of what's around

Turns out not well
But who you with that [  ]
[  ]
And hurts not much when you're around
When you're around

And if you hold on tight
To what you think is your thing 
You may find you're missing all the rest
Cheer on up into the light surprised
Her arms are opened
Her mind's eye

Seeing things from a better side than most can dream
On a clearer road
And you can say she's safe
Whatever tears at her
Whatever holds her down
ANd if nothing can be done
She makes the best of what's around

Turns out not well but what you think that [  ]
[  ]
And hurts not much when you're around
When you're around

Hey la, oh, oh...

The best of what's around

We have been worried
We have been troubled
But always make the best of what's around

Sometimes I find myself feeling low
But I'll lean back and smile
Make the best of what's around.

**********************************************************


This is the best I can do right now.  I based the lyrics mainly on 
2/17/92 FZ and 4/22/93 DM and TR.  The "[  ]" I'm hoping to find out 
tomorrow when I see John Alagia who's going to be playing w/ Doug here 
at the Pub tomorrow night.

Hope this helps.

Good night,
Jamie Cogbill


Posted By: fostekc0@seraph1.sewanee.edu
Time/Date: 1:48 AM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: concerning a petition for RS, and my hate.

                As far as I am concerned Rolling Stone would never consider
anything that a minority would promote....RS has become to MTV oriented.  I
have a subscription as a gift, but I can not stand a lot of their
views....They may do a review of the album in the next few weeks if they
think that DMB will become a fad, which it will.  I can not believe they
have not mentioned Phish, this is just what RS is all about...image.  It is
now hip to be weird, or not hip, and RS thinks of itself as being hip.   I
wish they could take the balls to support something good that has not yet
been supported by masses.  They are on no edge.  The only gutsy thing they
have covered was Blues Traveler about a year or two ago.  Enlighten us,
show us something we can not see everyday.  I admit (so I wont get railed)
RS has its good articles but none pertaining to music.  Any Comments ?

                MTV SUCKS.....except for Cindy.


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
no one making no commitments to anybody but themselves

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 1:59 AM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: dave matthews band lyrics file

This lyrics file has been compiled by Rick Thompson, 
stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu, Gregg Carrier, 
stu_gjcarrie@vax1.acs.jmu.edu, and Brett Horton,
stu_behorton@vax1.acs.jmu.edu.  All of these lyrics
are based on our own judgement and are completely open
for interpretation.  Any lyrics contained within
parantheses are particularly open for judgement.
Please direct all questions and comments about this
file to Rick.

Current number of songs included:  26
3 new songs in this update.

Last mailing: 12-4-93
% == new since last mailing.
@ == updated since last mailing.
* == lyrics not available yet.

 untitled 
 untitled(3-23-93 & 11-9-93)  *
 #34                          *
 #36                          *
 Best of What's Around        *
@Blue Water Baboon Farm       
%Cry Freedom                     
 Dancing Nancies               
 Drive in, Drive Out          *
 Granny  {4-13-93}                     
 Halloween Song               *
 Help Myself
 Jimi Thing  {incomplete}                 
 Lie in our Graves
 Lover Lay Down
 Old Mother                   *
 Pay For What You Get
 People, People               *
 Rhyme or Reason              *
%Satellite (After Her)
 So Much to Say
 Spotlight                    
 True Reflections               
 Typical Situation            
 Two Step                     *
 Warehouse 
%What Would You Say             

from the album "Remember Two Things" 
as they appear in the liner notes.
if you would like these lyrics, as well, just let me know.
  Ants Marching                 
  Tripping Billies              
  Recently                        
  Satellite                      
  One Sweet World                
  The Song That Jane Likes      
  Minarets                      
  Seek Up                       
  I'll Back You Up             
  Christmas Song             
  (Seek Up reprise){instrumental}

=====================================================================
(quick lay and goodbye, just for tonight, what you will...
 the band, as far as i know, is accepting suggestions)

oh well here we are by this fireside
and the snow outside
keep you and me locked up for tonight
i mean no harm here
but while we're stuck
why not get stuck inside each other
no, no baby, i know we're friends
but tonight, oh god, let's be lovers
roll around the bedside until daylight
won't leave, won't leave away

(man only kind) i'll do all this tonight
have another glass or sip of wine
and your eyes lead me to find
and we'll raise tomorrow
go back to being friends
tomorrow, go back to being friends
not no lovers
you go back to your man
i go back to my wife
back to our lives, separate from each other
and when you see me, when i see you
we'll pretend we do not know 
one time we two were lovers
just for the night until daylight
come and strip us away

go just tonight
oh come down, lay by my side
(         )
(         )
(         )
tomorrow, go back to being friends
tomorrow, go back to being friends  yeah
(         ) romance all again
i'll need just tonight in your eyes
i see and taste your lips tonight
with the taste of love on fingers
i might be all the way
(         )
(         ) again
and we'll be playful roller-coaster friends

and tomorrow we'll say goodbye
say goodbye
say goodbye
say goodbye

============================================================================

Blue Water

walking back from the river's edge
reach my hands to cup the sky
while on my arms a bitter blue
turn to red and the (  ) grew

the river taste me
i'm so much more than I have ever been
oh, oh, oh, oh

take this my arms
take this my eyes
take this my mouth
and all it says to me
complete the truth
oh, oh, oh, oh...yeah

(Leroi's sax)

walking back from the river's edge
reach my hands to cup the sky
while on my arms a bitter blue
turn to red and the (  ) grew

the river taste me
I'm so much more than I have ever been
oh, oh, oh

(Boyd's psychadelic fiddle exit)

=============================================================================
Cry Freedom

how can i turn away
brother sister go dancing through my head
human as to human
the future is no place
to place your better days

cry freedom cry         
from a crowd ten thousand wide
(hopelessly hope)
that this crowd will not subside
let this flag burn to dust
and in you our filled design is raised
while you wait head and hands hands in prayer
and fall into a dreamless sleep again
and you wait
and hands and feet are all allied
but wall between divide us
hands and feet are all allied
but gold between divided souls slip away

there was a window and by it stood
a meadow in which he could see himself
he thought of something
something he had never had
but hoped would come had gone

cry freedom cry
from a crowd ten thousand wide
while you wait
hands and feet are all allied
but gold between divide us
hands and feet are allied
but walls between divided soul slip away

in this room stood a little child
and in this room this little child he would remain
until someone might decide
to dance this little child across this
into a cold dark space
where she might never trace away
across this crooked mile
across this crooked page

cry freedom cry
from deep inside       
where we are all confined
and you wait there
        
how can i turn away
brother sister go dancing through my head
human as to human
the future is no place 
to place your better days

hands and feet are all allied
but gold between divide us
hands and feet are all allied
but worlds between divide us
hands and feet are all allied
but faith between divide us
hands and feet are all allied
but walls between divide us
hands and feet save the life
hear what i say hear what i say

how can i turn away 
brother sister go dancing through my head
human as to human
the future is no place
to place your better days 
        
=============================================================================

Dancing Nancies

could i have been a parking lot attendent
could i have been your little sister
could i have been lost somewhere in paris
could i have been the king of diarhhea  {11-9-93}

he stands touches his hair, his shoes untied
tongue gaping stare could i have been a magnet for money
could i have been anyone other than me
twenty three and so tired of life
such a shame to throw it all away
the images grow darker still
could i have been anyone other than me
and then i look up at the sky
how my mouth is open wide
lick and taste what's the use in a worrying
what's the use in a hurrying
turn, turn we almost become dizzy

i am who i am who i am who am i requessting some enlightenment
could there have been anyone other than me
and then i'll sing and dance i'll play for you tonight the thrill of it all 
well dark clouds may hang on me sometimes but i'll work it out
and then i'll look up at the sky
how my mouth is open wide
lick and taste what's the use in a worrying
what's the use in a hurrying
turn, turn we almost become dizzy

falling out of a world of lies?
could i have been dancing nancy
could i have been dancing nancy
could i have been any one other than me
and then i'll sing and dance
la la la hey la la la hey la la la 
sing and dance la la la hey la la la
sing and dance i'll play for you tonight the thrill of it all
dark clouds may hang on me sometimes but i'll work it out
and then i'll look up at the sky
how my mouth is open wide
lick and taste what's the use in a worrying
what's the use in a hurrying
turn, turn we almost become dizzy, almost become dizzy


=============================================================================
Granny  (version: 4-13-93)

hello, how are ya doing today
i hope i find you feeling healthy
i'm so glad our paths crossed this time today
on our way into the night
it's love here we go, dance around each other screaming
baby i love you well i love more than life
why when i approach my hearts here upon my sleeve
you tell me your hearts into a thousand pieces

and i say stop oldie
old & wise, with clouded eyes, you can see what i can't
i blindly throw my faith into the face 
of the next good thing that comes my way

so here we are all of us stand around
leaning heavy on each other
still we wonder hey what is it lies behind
staring eyes of one another
i think it's love, treats us well eyes(from behind a well)
baby our love is, well our love is pure and fine
why, when i approach my hearts here upon my sleeve
you tell me your hearts into a thousand peices

and i say stop oldie
old & wise, with clouded eyes, you can see what i can't
i blindly throw my faith into the face
of the next pretty girl that comes my way

it's love, {whatever dave feels like singing}
baby, our love is, well our love is pure and fine
why, when i approach, the tears are falling rain
you tell me, your hearts into a thousand peices
love...
baby...
love...
baby...

=============================================================================
Help Myself

a hungry boy 
in a town of one hundred more
the food is out the door
make me want to help myself help my--
oh river's edge
pouring from the side of his head
a bullet through the brain
make him feel different today

oh colder grow the days
oh much faster pass the years by
'til we die

a treasure not my own
i take it, took it, nobody will notice
well that suits me well
big house, big yard, help myself, help myself
help myself
every once in a while
to help the helpless comes into style
the mercy mercy mile
1-800-help myself help myself
help myself

oh colder grow the days
oh much faster pass the years by
oh colder grow the days
oh much faster pass the years by
'til we die

summers here we're swimming in the river
summer rain burns holes in flowers
dangerous hours
dangerous hours
dangerous hours

every now and then
tv preacher tell of heaven
redemption for a penny a soul
1-800 help yourself help yourself
help yourself

summer's here we're swimming in the river
summer rain come down come down come down come down yeah
summer's here we're dancing in the daisies
summer rain burns holes in flowers
dangerous hours
dangerous hours
dangerous hours

=============================================================================
Jimi Thing

lately i've been feeling low
a remedy is what i'm seeking
so i take a taste of what's below
come away to something better
what i want is what i've not got
and what i need is all around me
reaching, searching, never stop

if you could keep me floating just for a while you
'til i get to the end of this (tunnel i'm lovin')
if you could keep me floating just for a while you
to i get back to you

(adlib)
(adlib)
i'd like to show you what's inside
but i sure don't care if you do or don't like it
but ok, i'm strewn all about 
'cause sometimes i walk there, yes god knows, sometimes i take a bus there
still don't care, i still don't care
(marie, there's a feeling)    

day is gone i'm on my back
staring up at the ceiling
so i sit back, relax
blows my mind, make feel better for a while
but what i want is what i've not got
and what i need is all around me
reaching searching never stop

if you could keep me floating just for a while you
'til i get back through this (tunnel i'm lovin')
if you could keep me floating just for a while you
to i get back to you

(adlib)
(adlib)
i'd like to show you what's inside
but i said i don't care if you do or don't like it
but ok, i'm strewn all about
'cause sometimes i walk there yes god knows sometimes i take a bus there
still don't care, i still don't care
(marie, there's a feeling)

lately i've been feeling low
a remedy, a remedy is what i'm seeking
so i take a taste of what's below
come away.....

if you could keep me floating just for a while you
'til i get back through this (tunnel i'm lovin')
if you could keep me floating just for a while you
to i get back to you

(adlib)
(adlib)
i'd like to show you what's inside
but i sure i don't care if you do or don't like it
but ok, i'm strewn all about
'cause sometimes i walk there yes god knows sometimes i take a bus there
still don't care, i still don't care
marie, there's a feeling


{Leroi's orgasmic sax solo....}



=============================================================================

Lie In Our Graves

when i step into the room my arms open wide
when i step into the room my eyes searching 'round
would you not like to be
sitting on top of the world with your legs hanging free
would you not like to be OK, OK, OK

when we're walking by the water 
splish splash me and you taking a bath
when we're walking by the water
come to my toes to my ankles to my head to my soul
then i'm blown away

{bridge}

when we're walking by the water 
splish splash me and you taking a bath
when we're walking by the water
come to my toes to my ankles to my head to my soul
then i'm blown away

i can't believe that we would lie in graves
wondering if we had spent our living days well
i can't believe that we would lie in graves
wondering what we might of been
i can't believe that we would lie in graves
wondering if we had spent our living days well
i can't believe that we would lie in graves
wondering what we might of been

would you not like to be 
would you not like to be
i can't believe that you would not like to be
would you not like to be

ok, ok, ok,
ok, ok, ok,
ok, ok, ok,
ok, ok, ok,

don't dance away

=========================================================================
Lover Lay Down

spend some time and dance in my hands
slip into my lovers'hands
kiss me, won't you kiss me now?
and speak (i would) inside your mouth
don't be austere and shy
for in no way it's no big surprise that
i will wait for you
i will wait for no one but you

oh please lover lay down
spend this time with me together
share this smile
lover lay down
walk with me, walk with you

hold my hands (your hand)
so much we have dreamed
but we were so much younger
how to explain that we are stronger?
and we have reasons we like to deny
let's toss them away
see when we will lay down love (satiately)
by my lover's side together
share this smile
eachother's tears we cry together
share this smile
lover lay down

oh please
oh please lover lay down
oh please lover lay down
and you will-lover lay down
cause it's over-lover lay down
say love, say love, say love, say love, say love
oh, oh don't go away
could i love you, could you love me
could i love you, could you love me
could i love you, could you love me
could i love you, could you love me

darling it's all the same...
all the same, all the same, all the same...
but do we dance away?

chasin me all around
leadin me all around in circles
chasin me all around
leadin me all around in circles
say yeah yeah yeah


=========================================================================
Pay For What You Get

work ourselves fingers the bone
suck the marrow drain my soul
pay your dues and debts pay your respects
everybody tells you you pay for what you get
you pay for what you get

everybody asks me how she's doing
has she really lost her mind
i say "i couldn't tell you i've lost mine"

words words words have you heard
that the bird in hand is much better
than any number free to wander
fly away stay you pay for what you get
you pay for what you get

everybody asks me how she's doing
is she really all she says
i say "i couldn't tell you i'm OK"

we tend to run away from the difficult days
we tend to run away from the difficult days
surprise surprise you pay for what you get
you pay for what you get

everybody asks me how she's doing
since she went away
i say "i couldn't tell you i'm OK"

pay for what you get
pay for what you get oh boy
pay for what you get
pay for what you get

=============================================================================

Satellite (After Her)  {satellite when first written}

sun will shine no matter what i do
sun shines bright now with you
what a wonderful thing for you to do
moon shine bright reflections in your eyes
a finer place he could not find

winter's cold spring erases
and the calm away by the storm is chasen
everything good needs replacing
hope all these changes happen with you
        
in my life never before have i lover so adored
her eyes her hair everything she says
my delight can tickle me inside
touch my heart touch my mind

no matter what's inside i'll give to her
no need to satisfy my hunger lost in her
and while i spend these hours
five senses reading
with biggest steps i'm running
after her i will run

winter's cold spring erases 
and the calm away by the storm is chasen
everything good needs replacing
hope all these changes happen with you

sun will shine no matter what i do
sun shines bright now with you
touch my heart touch me through

no matter what's inside i'll give to her
no need to satisfy my hunger lost in her
and while i spend these hours 
five senses reading
with biggest steps i'm running
after her i will run

after her 
after her 
after her

=========================================================================
So Much to Say

and my hell is the closet i'm stuck inside
i can't see the light
and my heaven is a nice house in the sky
got central heating and i'm alright
yeah yeah yeah can't see the light
keep it locked up inside don't talk about it
t-t-talk about the weather hey hey hey
yeah yeah yeah can't see the light
open up my head and let me out little baby
'cause here we have been standing for a long long time
treadin' trodden trails for a long long time
and my hell is the closet i'm stuck inside
i can't see the light
and my heaven is a nice house in the sky
got central heating and i'm alright
'cause here we have been standing for a long long time
treadin' trodden trails for a long long time

i find sometimes it's easy to be myself
sometimes i find better to be somebody else

i see you young and soft little baby
little feet little hands little feet little baby
one year of crying and the words creep up inside
creep into mind yeah
so much to say, so much to say, so much to say, so much to say
so much to say, so much to say, so much to say, so much to say
'cause here we have been standing for a long long time
treadin' trodden trails for a long long time

i find sometimes it's easy to be myself
sometimes i find better to be somebody else

so much to say, so much to say, so much to say, so much to say
so much to say, so much to say, so much to say, so much to say
so much to say, so much to say, so much to say, so much to say
so much to say, so much to say, so much to say, so much to say
                                          
open up my head and let me out little baby

===============================================================================
Spotlight

in the spotlight life is so peachy yeah, yeah, yeah
wouldn't you like to retire with a million

a million beating hearts
behind brick and cold steel piping
fighting for the top
fighting for the room to breathe
bench parks sleepers lie
cold blanket bedless babies
here this must stop 
i cannot stay 

damn you, big city, black city
rising up around me, steal my soul away
big city, black city
rise and take me over, steal my soul away
but all out in this world
the night it crawls it falls much harder than i recall
out in this world
a siren is calling from every corner

in the spotlight life is so peachy, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
unless you are in the spotlight for a reason, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
caught for stealing somebody's riches, no, no, no, no
wouldn't you like to retire with a million bucks
yeah

came here from a small town
i see my dreams here in the big city
sour dissapointment
i cannot stay

damn you, big city, black city
rising up around me, steal my soul away
big city, black city
rise and take me over, steal my soul away
but all out in this world
the night it crawls it falls much harder than i recall
out in this world
a siren is calling from every corner

in the spotlight life is so peachy, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
all eyes are in the spotlight for a reason, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
caught for stealing somebody's riches, no, no, no, no
wouldn't you like to retire with a million bucks
yeah

yeah....
yeah....
yeah....
yeah....

===============================================================================

True Reflections

when you look into a mirror
do you like what's looking at you
now that you've seen your true reflections
what on earth are you gonna do


(ch)
    find some inspiration 
    it's down deep inside of you
    amend your situation
    your whole life is ahead of you
    your whole life is ahead of you

remember the time you hung out with the boys now
remember the things you used to say
i thought by now you'd be the president
but after all that was yesterday
you've had time to go out in the world now
but you chose to run away
people ask you what your doin' now
you don't even know what to  say

(ch x 2)

you think life is like a movie
where it all works out in the end
i think life is like a dessert
where does it go where does it begin
when you look into a mirror
do you like what's looking at you
now that you've seen your true reflections
what on earth are you gonna do

(ch x 2)

find some inspiration {inspiration}
it's down deep inside of you

(repeat as many times as necessary)

========================================================================

Typical Situation (Bayou, June 26, 1993)

it all comes down to nothing
it all comes down to nothing

it all comes down to nothing
it all comes down to nothing

ten fingers counting, we have each
nine planets around the sun repeat
eight ball, the last of you triumphant be
seven oceans pummel the shores of the sea

it's a typical situation in these typical times
too many choices
it's a typical situation in these typical times
too many choices

(CH)
    everybody's happy
    everybody's free
    we'll keep the back door open
    and every one will come around
    why are you defunct?
    why are you that way?
    if you don't get in line we'll lock you away.

six senses feeling
five around a self
four seasons turn on and turn off
i can see three corners from this corner
two's the perfect number, but one oh...

  (CH x 2)

it all comes down to nothing

it's a typical situation in these typical times
too many choices
it's a typical situation in these typical times
too many choices

we can't do a thing about it
too many choices

it's a typical situation in these typical times
too many choices

  (CH x 2)

it's a typical situation in these typical times
too many choices
it's a typical situation in these typical times
too many choices

we can't do a thing about it
too many choices

it's a typical situation in these typical times
too many choices.

============================================================================

Warehouse  (9-7-93, 3-23-93, 11-17-92 ==>any further thoughts on this song
            are _more_ than welcome)

(make this mind) 
don't throw away your playful beginnings
you and i 
will fumble around in your touches and be sure
to leave all the lights on so you can see
the black cats changing colors
well you can walk under the ladder
and swim as the tide turns you around and around

what i've found
they come and bond in a million 
slip into the crowds 
this question i found in a gap in the sidewalk
keep all your sights on 
the black cats changing colors
and you can walk under the ladder
and swim as the tide turns you around and around
 
life goes on
and i'll turn on the tv spot in the middle
static for you, statistical be it, sooner
fade away, fade away
but this i am, it seems so good
hard to believe i'm into it, smell touch and feel
how could this rhythm ever quit, bags packed
on a plane (oh later on)

shut up, i'm thinking
i had a clue now it's gone forever
sitting over these bones
you can redo whatever your meaning to
keep all your sights on
the black cat is changing colors
it's not the colors that matter
'cause they all fade away
 
life goes on
and i'll turn on the tv spot in the middle
satic for you, statistical be it, sooner
fade away, fade away
but this i am, it seems so good
hard to believe i'm into warehouses now
nothing at all inside of, the walls and halls 
have disappeared, they have disappeared

well no i'd love to (stay)
well no i'd love to (stay)
well no i'd love to (stay)
well no i'd love to (stay)

in the warehouse...
in the warehouse...
in the warehouse...
in the warehouse...

that's my blood down there
that's my blood down there
that's my blood down there
that's my blood down there

let's go away, go away...

============================================================================

What Would You Say (March 27, 93)

up and down the puppy's hair
fleas and ticks jump everywhere 'cause of original sin
down the hill fell jack and jill
and you can tumbling after 'cause of original sin

rip away the tears 
and drink a whole to happy years
and you may find
a lifetime's passed you by

what would you say; don't drop the big one
if you were a monkey on a string; don't cut my lifeline
if you were a doggy on a chain; don't bite the mailman
what would you say?

i was there when the bear ate his hand
and thought it was candy, everyone goes in the end
knock knock on the door who's it for
there's nobody in here, look in the mirror my freind

i don't understand the cause
and cannot speak for all of us
(morning lies the) lifetime's passed me by

what would you say; don't drop the big one
if you were a monkey on a string; don't cut my lifeline
if you were a doggy on a chain; don't bite the mailman
what would you say?

every dog has it's day, 
every day has it's way of being forgotton
mom it's my birthday (would you say)
what would you say
what would you say
hey what could you say
what would you say

(      falling on my face if i'm lucky
lately trying to take it home
hey lee, falling on my face if i'm lucky
yes     tangled 'round my feet
lovely leave it for me heavy would you
maybe  i better take it home
                                    )


============================================================================
****************************************************************************
============================================================================

special thanx to the following people for help in figuring these out:
Brett Horton  (Dancing Nancies)
Claire Clifford  (qlandg, Lover)
Keller Foster (Satellite)
Shawn Peters
Jamie Cogbill  (Blue Water, Typical Situation)
Sean Berry (Satellite (After Her), Cry Freedom)

THIS IS THE END OF THE DAVE MATTHEWS BAND LYRICS FILE.


Posted By: mercp@acpub.duke.edu
Time/Date: 3:33 AM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: DMB and WSP

Just got back from the DMB WSP show at the Ritz in Raleigh.  I would like
to apoligize for a couple songs that I could not figure out.

DMB

carter-->boyd-->leroi-->steffan-->dave-->ants marching
tripping billies
satellite
what would you say
minarets
typical situation
jimi thing
??? Dave starts by saying "This is a song about love......"
dancing nancies
halloween

WSP

Fishwater
Pleas
??Possible new song or I am a dumb ass??
Weight of the world
Space Wrangler (sick jam at the end>
Henry Parsons
Holden Oversoul-->
Wonderin'
???Could be called dying???
hatfield
pickin' up the pieces
*take out-->					*****with Boyd!!!!!!!!
*porch song
*driving song-->storm watch-->driving song
*love tractor
----E-----
dream song
pilgrims


	I also talked to the soundboard man and he told me that it was
Capricorn who was preventing taping not the band, as he stuck his DAT in a
small drawer.  He sayed that the taping was stopped because the number of
tapers was getting two large, there were too many microphones and the
sound was getting messed up from so many tapers.  His response to taping
seats, we are not going to fuck with that.  He said however they may remix
some of their tapes and issue them.  He also said that there would be no
more taping for the rest of this tour, however he did not know about
future tours.  I also have a friend who taped Dave, and if the tapes come
out well I will make them available. 
		Merc 
		mercp@acpub.duke.edu


Posted By: cecliff@vt.edu
Time/Date: 6:45 AM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: dmb/wp 2/23/94

 it looks like merc pretty much gave the setlist.  i just got back now, 
after a nice 4 1/2 hour drive.  i watched the sunset last night, the 
moonfall about an hour ago, and now the sun is rising.  who would believe 
i purposely put myself in that position?
 i talked to carter a number of times before the show, and urged him 
to play halloween, which they did.  the 'song about love' that merc 
mentioned was actually #36.   also, about the taping deal... jeff at the 
soundboard, and leroi, bothtold me that wp was planning on playing new 
songs that they didn't want leaked.  oh well... sometimes life sucks.... 
 i wasn't impressed with the ritz at all (no offense to any native raleigh 
dwellers).  it was huge, smoky, sweaty, hot... blah blah blah... 
like rick said, i miss the smaller shows where you could go in early and 
chat with the band without being mauled by security.  i guess it's all up 
to reminiscing now... i'm off to bed... i'm delerious...clare emily


Posted By: STU_GJCARRIE@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 10:09 AM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: Rolling Stone

To whomever said Rolling Stone does not support anything that isn't big, I
agree for the most part, but apparently their new Alternative Chart does just
that.  Everyone, don't make too big a deal out of this chart thing.  IT IS THE
LIST FROM A SINGLE STORE IN ATHENS, GA.  Athens is very open minded about
music, has a great scene, and because of it's proximity to DMB's former
"home-base" would have been a host to DMB shows a long time ago.

This does not mean that the band is getting big.  It doesn't even mean that
they are going to.  (Although from the first time I heard them, I thought they
would be huge.)  I hope that they become big at a good pace and not because of
a sudden rush of fame brought on by a catchy single (which could happen...they
have very catchy singles...)  

The point about these single-store record charts is that at any given store may
have anyone from Lou Reed to some local band with a self-produced CD5 at number
one.  That way, readers see not what the majority is listening to, but what
people in _ONE TOWN_ are buying.  And, BTW, Dave isn't that big (yet).  I think
he falls into the local hero scene far more than a widely known phenomenon. 
DMB isn't what people are listening to everywhere (yet ;)

************ What would you do if I ate your Daddy's shoes? ******************
*    Gregg Carrier  (aka Uncle Zany, the guy in the floppy green hat)        *
*    JMU Box 1734            stu_gjcarrie@vax1.acs.jmu.edu                   *
*    Harrisonburg, VA  22807          (703) JMU-KIND                         *
*********** What would you say if it was naturally for you? ******************


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 10:30 AM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: Re: 3 questions from a 1st timer

On Wed, 23 Feb 1994 Ian_M._Bassin@gorgias.ilt.tc.columbia.edu wrote:
> This is my first post, I'd like to know who the Keyboard player is on my
> 12/31/92 DMB tape and if he was a member of the band or just a guest. Also,
> are there any setlist files anywhere? Does anyone have the Tim Reynolds CD?
> If so, how is it and do any of the band members appear on it?
> ----------------------------------------------
> Delivered by the Dalton Internet Gateway

I'm assuming the keyboard player on that tape is Peter Greiser althoguh 
i've never heard that tape.  However i could be totally off.  It 
could just be a keyboard sitting in with them for the NYE '92 show because 
i'm not quite sure exactly when Peter 'officially' left the band.  

Did this information ever make it into the FAQ? or could someone answer 
this question for Ian (and for me) who knows?  Thanks

alex Crothers


Posted By: gsp2m@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 11:06 AM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: Best of What's Around

"Turns out not where but who you're with that really matters
and hurts not much when you're around"

     That's the way I think I've always heard it.  Yes? No?

                       gsp2m@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu


Posted By: chico@merle.acns.nwu.edu
Time/Date: 12:44 PM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: wow...man

Hey y'all,

This net has really picked up all of a sudden.

                                        Pretty Scary 
                                
                                eh?


                                                Welcome Aboard!
                                                ....and get the FAQ!

                



                |
               / \

              Brian


Posted By: @mwbbmsg.attmail.com:rib!4399
Time/Date: 1:51 PM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: Re: 3 questions from a 1st timer

On Wed, 23 Feb 1994 Ian_M._Bassin@gorgias.ilt.tc.columbia.edu wrote:
> This is my first post, I'd like to know who the Keyboard player is on my
> 12/31/92 DMB tape and if he was a member of the band or just a guest. Also,
> are there any setlist files anywhere? Does anyone have the Tim Reynolds CD?
> If so, how is it and do any of the band members appear on it?
> ----------------------------------------------
> Delivered by the Dalton Internet Gateway

> I'm assuming the keyboard player on that tape is Peter Greiser althoguh 
> i've never heard that tape.  However i could be totally off.  It 
> could just be a keyboard sitting in with them for the NYE '92 show because 
> i'm not quite sure exactly when Peter 'officially' left the band.  

> Did this information ever make it into the FAQ? or could someone answer 
> this question for Ian (and for me) who knows?  Thanks

> alex Crothers


Yes, it was Peter.  I saw the show and also made one of the DATs of the 
show.  He left the band sometime in March or April of 1994.


Posted By: kmk4g@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 2:30 PM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: Re: lyrics file thoughts

A few thoughts (corrections, observations) on the lyrics file:

Warehouse:
Highway I've found
They call me one in a million 
slipping to the ground    (The question he found in the sidewalk is beside   
                         the highway AND on the ground, so this fits)

On the plane, plane to heaven.


Dancing Nancies:
I'll play for you tonight, and they'll love it all (not thrill of it all)

Help Myself:
Oh river red
Pouring from the side of his head    (blood is red)

A treasure not my own
I take it, took it, nobody will know
This wealth it suits me well


Jimmy Thang:
Day is gone I'm on my back, staring up at the ceiling
So I take a drink sit back and relax, SMOKE my mind...


What would you say:
I don't understand at best
and cannot speak for all the rest

Drink a HOPE to happy years.

Also, nice meeting everyone at Trax the other night...

                      Day is gone I'm on my back...     Kerry
                           
 Look who's in the freezer...


Posted By: HOLRN@vax.rhodes.edu
Time/Date: 5:42 PM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: Re: MINARETS digest 99

About the rap during Minarets...In Athens 02/05/94 Carter raps in the 
background during Minarets.  The reason that you were unable to hear
him is that his voice is almost a wisper which can only be heard 
through his mike...In other words, it can only be heard on the
recording...Trust me I did'nt hear it while I was at the show either.
Also, I am pretty sure that I have that mystery ENCORE on my 
soundcheck tape from 02/05/94...Can anyone describe this song for
me?...Thanks

holrn@rhodes.edu


Posted By: JTNIETHA@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 5:49 PM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: minarets digest 99

I deleated digest 99 by accident and I need the lyrics.  Any one can send it to
my address jtnietha@vax1.acs.jmu.edu.--Thanks

					Jason "Ootis"


Posted By: HOLRN@vax.rhodes.edu
Time/Date: 5:51 PM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: Re: MINARETS digest 99

MTV is so politically oriented it's crazy.....
Just sit down and watch it for 5 mins. and see how many different
views they try to pump into you.


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 6:03 PM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: Re: your mail

On Wed, 23 Feb 1994, Michael S Yatsko wrote:
> Sorry to have to post to the whole net but I am new here and I have a few
> questions to ask. First of all does DMB have a mailing list that I could
> get on. Secondly is there an address that I can mail order their new cd
> from. Last but not least is there any kind soul out there who would be
> able to copy me a show? all I have to offer is some phish but as always I
> could send blanks and postage and of course my gratitude. If anyone can
> help me with these questions email me personally. thanks in advance! mike 

Sorry this had taken me so long to get to but...things have been 
tremendously busily..both here (in Vermont) and one minarets.

Since no one else seems to have answered this yet, here's the info:

The Dave Matthews Band Mailing List is: Bama Rags 
					P.O. Box 1911
The CD can also be ordered		Charlottesville, VA
at this address or phone #.				22903	
					or just call 1-800-594-TIXX

i'm not sure if the mailing list is much more than a flyer with dates on 
it since i've never seen one and really didn't even know one existed (i 
just added my name today!).  But if that's the case then there's almost 
no point in wasting the time and paper and money needed to mail it to 
people on the net since we get the dates alot faster than those flyers. :)

hope this helps some people out.

alex Crothers


Posted By: MARJT@vax.rhodes.edu
Time/Date: 10:50 PM Thursday, February 24, 1994
Subject: florida dmb dates???

does anyone know when dmb is going to be in florida??  i have spring break next 
week...any shows between 25 feb  to 4 mar??

thanks.


Posted By: PONDWAYLA@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 3:16 AM Friday, February 25, 1994
Subject: Floodzone 2/24/94 Richmond, Virginia

Well, another night, another great show!

Set 1
******
Seek Up
Tripping Billies
Lie in our Graves
Song that Jane Likes
Help Myself
What Would YOu Say?
#36
True Reflections

Set 2
******
Recently 
Minarets (carter rapped again)
Typical Situation
Satellite
Jimi Thing
Two Step (wow!)
Dancing Nancy

Encore:   Ants Marching

Tripping Billies was excellent, very nice to hear recently, minarets was best
i have ever heard, once again jimi thing jammed hard, and two step was HOT!!!
Hung out with the guys before the show, they were glad to be back in richmond!

Look for me tonight at Sweetbriar by the soundboard-

Wayland 


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 10:14 AM Friday, February 25, 1994
Subject: Re: 3 questions from a 1st timer

> Yes, it was Peter.  I saw the show and also made one of the DATs of the 
> show.  He left the band sometime in March or April of 1994.


I didn't want to repost the whole message as it has grown rather long in 
its development however the thread was about DMB's former keyboardist 
Peter Greiser.  This discussion floated about earlier on minarets but i'm 
not sure if any conclusion ever came about.

As for the above, i'll assume whoever (sorry i deleted the name) sent 
this meant he left in March or April of 1993 not 1994. :)

alex Crothers


Posted By: btanen@husc.harvard.edu
Time/Date: 10:35 AM Friday, February 25, 1994
Subject: Re: 3 questions from a 1st timer

On Fri, 25 Feb 1994, J. A. Crothers wrote:

> As for the above, i'll assume whoever (sorry i deleted the name) sent 
> this meant he left in March or April of 1993 not 1994. :)

Well the above is now deleted but I think Peter left a bit earlier than 
that.  Anyone from JMU want to answer this?

> 
> alex Crothers
> 

--BEN
----Let's get down to the nitty-gritty, Let's get the show on the road.----


Posted By: PHELPSWIL@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 12:28 PM Friday, February 25, 1994
Subject: ouch!

Hey, let's not get too excited!, the "80 beers" comment was all in
jest and one of those college catch phrases that we all know and love.
:)

But on a more interesting note (and I hope no one's mentioned this 
already) I opened Style magazine the other day right to a half-page
DMB article.  As if this wasn't great enough, the second column was 
devoted almost entirely to..........THIS NET!  Crothers, were you
interviewed about it?  The article covered the band very well, and 
even mentioned Dave's sister's death and his background.

I never thought I'd soon be blocking out part of my day to read
minarets, etc., but i like it.
				bill (the 80 beers guy)


Posted By: BAILEYBLY@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 1:23 PM Friday, February 25, 1994
Subject: MINARETS digest 98

Suscribe MINARETS BLYTHE BAILEY (BAILEYBLY@URVAX.URICH.EDU)
SET MINARETS MAIL DIGEST


Posted By: PONDWAYLA@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 4:11 PM Friday, February 25, 1994
Subject: Comments and Answers

Hello minaret netters!  First, let me apologize for the post that read
1L:
My computer screwed up, my apologies to wasting bandwith!

Next, i would like to address some questions and provide some
comments to recents posts:

Kerry:  Dancing Nancy: "and they'll love it all"???????please send me the
        tape where you heard this!  I don't think that is the right lyrics,
	the only lyrics i have heard there is "the thrill of it all"
	and "the belle of it all".

Rob:    The rap happened again at trax and the floodzone this week.
	Blake and i were the only ones expecting it, and i don't think
	anyone heard it live, but it is on the tape.  And i will reveal
	the encore from Trax: Halloween (with the whole band), i talke
	to some people and it is rare to hear Halloween with the whole
	band.  

Florida Dates:  From Alex's post:   
		
		March 1: Covered Dish,Gainsville, Fl.
		March 2  The Ritz, Tampa, Fl.
		March 3  The Louvre, Tallahassee, Fl.

Well, just one more thing:

I am concert chairman at the University of Richmond, and i am happy to
announce:

			THE SAMPLES

		with special guests:  Allgood

	Sunday, April 17    The Greek Theatre, University of Richmond, Virginia

I will post ticket prices and time of show.  I know this doesn't have DMB content but it is free publicity.

If you have any questions email me at (pondwayla@urvax.urich.edu)


Enjoy the shows in your area! 

Wayland


Posted By: MJSHORTE@SUVM.BITNET
Time/Date: 7:58 PM Friday, February 25, 1994
Subject: Mad Monk, Blah,blah,blah

Hey,
    I was just wondering if someone could post or e-mail me the setlist from th
 show at the Mad Monk in Wilmington from last week. Now, If people think this n
et has picked up lately, wait until Dave opens for Phish!! They're totally diff
erent and all, but it seems that once Phish decides they like something, it's t
he talk of the .net-(phish, that is).
                                     THANK you for your time.
                                                             MATT


Posted By: MJSHORTE@SUVM.BITNET
Time/Date: 8:02 PM Friday, February 25, 1994
Subject: Tour date

oops!,
      I forgot to ask in my last post-where will dave be playing from March 6 t
hrough the 10? I'll be in North Carolina and Florida, so please say somewhere a
roung there!


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 11:45 PM Friday, February 25, 1994
Subject: Re: Tour date

On Fri, 25 Feb 1994, Matt wrote:
> oops!,
>       I forgot to ask in my last post-where will dave be playing from March 6 t
> hrough the 10? I'll be in North Carolina and Florida, so please say somewhere a
> roung there!

In case anyone else was wondering:
Sun March 6-no show
Mon March 7- Benchwarmer's Lawrence KA
Tues March 8- Fox Boulder CO
Wed March 9- Tang Fort Collins, CO
Thurs March 10- Fox

alex Crothers


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 12:40 AM Saturday, February 26, 1994
Subject: Style Magazine

On Fri, 25 Feb 1994 PHELPSWIL@urvax.urich.edu wrote:
> But on a more interesting note (and I hope no one's mentioned this 
> already) I opened Style magazine the other day right to a half-page
> DMB article.  As if this wasn't great enough, the second column was 
> devoted almost entirely to..........THIS NET!  Crothers, were you
> interviewed about it?  The article covered the band very well, and 
> even mentioned Dave's sister's death and his background.
> 				bill (the 80 beers guy)

no, i was never interviewed, called, or anything.  interesting.  what 
type of magazine is Style?  i'd like to see this article.  things sure 
are beginning to move along rather quickly. first it was RollingStone, 
then is was Style. next it's RFK. :)

alex


Posted By: PONDWAYLA@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 1:32 PM Saturday, February 26, 1994
Subject: 2/25/94 Sweetbriar College, Virginia

Well, this was quite an interesting show that was played at Sweetbriar College.

Set 1
******
Seek Up
Song that Jane Likes
Satellite
Lie in Our Graves
Dancing Nancies
#36
True Reflections
Tripping Billies

Set 2
*****
Pay for what you get (dave and carter only)
So Much To Say
Exodus(WOW!!!!!)
Jimi Thing
What Would You Say?
Recently
Minarets
Typical Situation

Encore:  Ants Marching

The second set was one of the best overall sets i have ever heard.
The first three songs jammed and Exodus was played for the first time
in a long while.  The band had fun at this show, that was played in a
Dining Hall and all the students loved the band.

Wayland


Posted By: nmayer@uva386.schools.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 4:02 PM Saturday, February 26, 1994
Subject: jimi

On the lyrics file, there was something like marie i'm feeling
where i've always heard, bereaved as i'm feeling. 

Does the whole band play Exodus.  I don't think i've ever
heard, although over the summer Dave played Redemption Song by
himself.


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 8:45 PM Saturday, February 26, 1994
Subject: peter greisar

in an effort to try and clear things up with peter, this is everything
i know.  peter greiser is from new york and jammed with dmb in it's
early days, but from everything i've heard, he decided that he simply
didn't want to be with the band anymore.  the best reasoning i've found
is just that it was a personal decision of peter's to go back to new
york.  his last show with the band at TRAX was 3-23-93, and i don't
know if he played any other shows that week.  for some reason, official
sources (the band and beyond) are somewhat flighty on the subject, but
gregg found out from dave that it's just what peter wanted to do.
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Posted By: bobgee@merle.acns.nwu.edu
Time/Date: 10:07 PM Saturday, February 26, 1994
Subject: DMB/Dead conflict

For all of you Midwest netters who were hoping to see Dave on Fri, Mar 18 in
Chicago, but also had already bought Dead tickets for that night -- never
fear, you can go to both. The Dead (at Rosemont) is scheduled to come on at
7:30, meaning they'll finish up around 10:30, then a 30-45 min. drive to
Schubas in time to see Dave. He's scheduled to come on at 10, but Coran called
the bar and convinced them to push back the time to about 11. (Coran, DMB's
manager, being both a Deadhead and a Davehead scheduled DMB in Chicago and New
York to coincide with Dead apperances in both towns -- probably not
coincidentally. He plans on making the two shows on Fri. Mar 18.) Anyone else
who is going to try to do this? What a night of music!

For both Dave shows at Schubas (MAr 18 and 19) the only advanced ticket sales
ar thru Ticketmaster. Tickets can be purchased the night of the show for $7,
but who wants to risk the show selling out first? (The place only holds 120 --
should be a sweet place to see Dave -- much better than the Cubby Bear).

Bob
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