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March 612, 1994

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Posted By: nmayer@uva386.schools.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 8:10 AM Sunday, March 6, 1994
Subject: long time

The band will be around for a long time, because they all get
along with eachother so well.  I'd say atleast 10 or so years,
but when Leroi gets too old and tired, Dave and Tim will have a
careeer


Posted By: bmking@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 10:38 AM Sunday, March 6, 1994
Subject: Cowboy Junkies @ Trax, Friday, 3/4... / Billy Pilgrim

Since people in both these groups would have been the most likely to be
there, I was wondering if anyone knew of any tapers at the show?

Btw, opening for the Junkies was a group from Atlanta called Billy
Pilgrim.  They were incredibly good..  When we got back from the show, a
friend happened to be looking through Entertainment Weekly, and saw that
they rated their first album an A-...  They're two guys playing acoustic
guitars with tons of energy and great voices..  At the show, I called them
"Indigo Guys" and EW said they were akin to Indigo Boys.  So, that's
pretty much what they're like, only much more energetic and with lots of
happy songs.  Their first album is on Atlantic and is called Billy Pilgrim
if you want a listen.

Brett

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Brett Kingswell                                         bmking@mail.wm.edu
"People are too stuck up.  They only write songs about people.  Well, this
 one's about my dog.."  - John Popper 8/21/91


Posted By: gsp2m@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 11:31 AM Sunday, March 6, 1994
Subject: Guitar Tab File subscription

Howdy.  Due to the increasing size of the Guitar Tab File (more stuff has
been added since last posting), I've decided that it would probably be best
to discontinue posting it to the entire newsgroup.  That should probably make
some of the people that get the group in digestified form happy.  The
alternative:  if you wish to receive the file with each update, send me a
message.  That way I can mail it to the people that are interested.  Every
now and then, I'll post a note to the whole group regarding the file to let
new subscribers know it exists.  Ok?
     my address is : gsp2m@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu     Thanks.
 
                       gsp2m@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu


Posted By: gspice@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 3:26 PM Sunday, March 6, 1994
Subject: Re: MINARETS digest 107

Bob said a while ago:

Anyway my friend said he got to Plan 9 20
minutes after the tickets went on sale and he bought the last few of the 300
tickets they were originally alotted. Anyone know how many this seldom-used
(or maybe never-used) venue will hold and will it be inside or outside. I've
heard there will be camping.

Well, to start off with what I know, the horse center  has NEVER had any 
type of music out there at all in any large scale.  (occasional high 
school bands play the star spangled banner to kick off horse shows...)
Camping is VERY doubtful because there realy isn't any place to out 
there.  Perhaps they meant RV camping, I know that a lot of the horse 
people bring RVs and I'd imagine that there are hookups there.  But, 
there is a campground about 3 miles down the same road that the horse 
center is on.  I can give directions if anybody needs them.

Inside or out is an interesting question.  There is an inside andan 
ouside arena.  The indoors one is newer and seats about 7,000.  But, they 
could always set up another stage somewhere else on the grounds.  There 
is a long rolling hill in the back that usually houses the fox chase, 
jumping track, etc but could probably be used as space for a stage.  I 
don't know, just some info,.  

This should be a neat place to see a show, mainly because it is 1) so 
close to the interstate, 2) close to a beautiful watering hole in a town 
called Goshen, about 18 miles past the horse center on the same road, and 
3) well, I can't really think of a three, oh, there is a Texaco near the 
exit that you can get a lot of junk food and other munchables at.
So, go to Lexington and enjoy the day.  Graham


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 4:09 PM Sunday, March 6, 1994
Subject: Lexington....

i believe the lexington show will be at the indoor arena that Graham 
mentioned but i'm postive that camping will be allowed.  however i'm not sure 
if it'll be at the horse center or 'down the road.'

all i can say is........*GOSHEN*.

alex Crothers


Posted By: HOLRN@vax.rhodes.edu
Time/Date: 6:45 PM Sunday, March 6, 1994
Subject: Re: MINARETS digest 103



Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 12:49 PM Monday, March 7, 1994
Subject: a whole buncha shit...

first off, just got news of the new 5 song CD that's coming out.  ther 
was some talk about it earlier but i can't remember what all was told so 
some of this may be a repeat.  here it is:

Release Date: March 29th
5 Song CD
Halloween - recorded at last Trax show
Watchtower -    "     "   "    "    "
Recently
---------
Dancing Nancies - Dave & Tim - recorded at last berchmere show
Warehouse -         "     "           "     "         "     "

this CD will be available at shows and through DMB's mail order/phone 
order system.  

this will not be available in stores.

a new mailer is going out in a couple of days....

alex crothers


Posted By: dforbis@birch.ee.vt.edu
Time/Date: 1:03 PM Monday, March 7, 1994
Subject: Re: a whole buncha shit...

What's the phone order number again?


For that matter, does anyone have the hotlines for:

Widespread Panic
Phish
Blues Traveler


Thanks...
-Dave


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 1:18 PM Monday, March 7, 1994
Subject: Re: a whole buncha shit...

On Mon, 7 Mar 1994, David Forbis wrote:
> What's the phone order number again?

1-800-594-tixx

alex Crothers


Posted By: SPICE@DICKINSON.EDU
Time/Date: 6:23 PM Monday, March 7, 1994
Subject: DMB/Widespread

sorry to clutter up the .net with this but could someone pretty please 
forward me the information (date, location, phone number, that kind of 
stuff) for the dave matthews/widespread show in richmond?  i would be most 
appreciative...

thanks,

reid

spice@dickinson.edu


Posted By: dee3s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 6:41 PM Monday, March 7, 1994
Subject: 5 song CD

When Alex Crothers mentioned that some of the songs on this disc
would be from "the last Trax show" did that mean the one on 2/22?
I hope so as that was a kick-ass show esp. the Watchtower.

Just curious . . .

Dan


Posted By: @mail.trincoll.edu:sean.berry@mail.trincoll.edu
Time/Date: 8:38 PM Monday, March 7, 1994
Subject: Irving Plaza 12.10.93 Grovel

Does anybody have the tape of the Dec. 10th show at Irving Plaza, NYC? It
was a great show setlist:
   1)   One Sweet World, Jane, Billies, Lie in.., Granny, What Would U.., True
   2)  Ants, Nancies, Minarets,#36, Warehouse, Quick Lay&Goodbye, Recently, 
        Jimi Thing--> Seek Up.  E: X-mas Song, Halloween
        
        I would be happy to trade, I have lots to offer,(studio tapes,
tapes mastered in the studio, low gen. boards, etc.), or send blanks and
postage.
 my email address is : sean.berry@mail.trincoll.edu
Sean Berry


Posted By: @mail.trincoll.edu:sean.berry@mail.trincoll.edu
Time/Date: 9:34 PM Monday, March 7, 1994
Subject: Lexington questions

Is the Lexington Phish/DMB show a Washington & Lee sponsered show? I know
that a 1000 tickets were set aside for W&L students(I think?) If it is true
that would be a pretty big concert for a school that size (circa 2000
students.) But if not, I can understand why Dave Matthews would play there
because that is a second home (next to Flood Zone & Trax), but Phish is
getting pretty big-city, and Lexington is about 2.5 miles from nowhere.
These questions plague me, can anyone answer them?


Posted By: @mail.trincoll.edu:sean.berry@mail.trincoll.edu
Time/Date: 3:18 AM Tuesday, March 8, 1994
Subject: Undigestifying

How do I undigestify myself, I would rather receive the postings singularly?


Posted By: pip@wam.umd.edu
Time/Date: 10:13 AM Tuesday, March 8, 1994
Subject: 5 song e.p.

I spoke with John Alagia a few days ago.  He said the new cd will be out in 
about two weeks.  This is also an independant release; the deal with RCA shoul
d start happening sometime in May.  He also told me that he's probably going to
spend more time listening to this new cd than the album, so it must be good
stuff.  Since he produced both cd's, I'll take his word for it.

Later Days,
Pip


Posted By: kmk4g@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 10:19 AM Tuesday, March 8, 1994
Subject: Re: Fuck yea!!

First, The Trax Halloween and Watchtower  kicked ass.  This Watchtower was
the first one I ever liked (Leroi's high note was incredible.)  But why
Recently? Also, why a Warehouse and Dancing Nancies w/ Tim?  I can't think of
any two songs that a duet would destroy as much as these two.  
   
       I am who I am who I am who am I?              ---Kerry

                  ***Look who's in the freezer***


Posted By: dshepard@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 2:11 PM Tuesday, March 8, 1994
Subject:

	Sean Berry asked...

the lexington show of phish and dave is not a w&l sponsered show 
it's sponsered by celar door and being held at the horse center
the local music stoor, Night Owl Music, was given 1,000 tickets to sell 
to anyone who came through the door (a lot of which where w&l students)
as of yesterday, wayne had sold around 900 of these tickets

lexington is kinda' a second home for dave ... he played tons of shows 
here during the fall of 92 and winter and spring of 93 .. although w/ 
increased success he hasn't played in lexington since haloween of 1993

it'll be good to have him back

hope this answers your questions
doug


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 4:13 PM Tuesday, March 8, 1994
Subject: Re: 5 song CD

On Mon, 7 Mar 1994 dee3s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu wrote:
> When Alex Crothers mentioned that some of the songs on this disc
> would be from "the last Trax show" did that mean the one on 2/22?
> I hope so as that was a kick-ass show esp. the Watchtower.
> Just curious . . .
> Dan

i believe that's the one.

alex c


Posted By: budkee@unvax.union.edu
Time/Date: 6:26 PM Tuesday, March 8, 1994
Subject: God Street Wine New Years Tree Announcement

All right, we have here the first ever tree administered by 
Eric Budke.  This is also the first tree for GSW since 
finewine was created.  The tapes are from New Years at 
Wetlands in New York City.  The show was hot as was 
Wetlands on that night.  There was one acoustic set before 
midnight and two electric to kick off the new year.  

Send your sign-up to budkee@unvax.union.edu
The form is below.

I am going to try and keep this tree as basic as possible.  
Not paying much attention to deck types, or preferred tape 
types.  Maybe next time.  I'm still testing a lot of things out 
as far as making this as automatic as possible.  So please 
bear with me.  This time the only important things are where 
on the tree you want to be, i.e. branch or leaf and what 
mode you will be doing the taping in i.e. digital or analog or 
both.  I am not the seed so begging me for them will do no 
good.  This tree will be open for a while.  Due to my break 
schedule I will be inaccessible from March 14th until the last 
days of the month.  I plan to close it soon after I get back.  
Doing this over a 2400 baud modem on a parent's portable 
is not my idea of a fun break.  As of right now the tree will
close April 1, 1994.

The key to signing up for this tree will be your subject.  An 
explanation follows:
D->D#  digital to digital w SCMS=00
SD->D# digital to digital w/o SCMS=00
D->A#  digital to analog
D->L    digital leaf
A->A#  analog to analog
A->L    analog leaf

The # signifies the number of copies you will be willing to 
make OF THE ENTIRE SHOW.  For the leaves this is 
obviously unnecessary.  For those who don't know.  Leaves 
do not make copies for others.  Any of the other levels do 
make copies.

Anyone wanting to be a DAT branch (D->D) MUST be 
able to make copies with SCMS=00.  I am putting in the 
SD->D option to try and broaden the DAT levels.  People 
signing up for this level will tentatively be assigned to be 
made copies from D->D people and will make copies for D-
>A and D->L people.  If there are enough D->D the SD 
people will be defaulted to D->L status, unless there is a 
need for more D->A in which case I will mail you people 
separately, after the tree is closed.

My filter is DUMB.  Dummer than I.  It is case insensitive 
so d->d will work fine but right now I do not know how to 
make it take general statements like you would use a * in 
DOS.  They are really high in my filter order, so it should 
pick out most errors as long as the '->' is in there with the 
acceptable letters (and numbers) on each side.  I will try to 
include as many major error correction filters as possible, 
but the benefits stop paying off after a while.  And please 
don't take in upon yourself to try and screw up the filters :)

I will be using the information below mainly to double 
check that you did things correct and to hopefully smooth 
things over if there is a problem.  

Just so you know any things that aren't picked up by my 
filter are sent to my incoming box and while I don't get as 
much mail a day as Sean Kennedy, I do get much more than 
the average college punks I have met, so please follow the 
above format for subjects.  It will be repeated below in case 
you forgot it from before and/or you still have time to 
change it.

One last thing.  I will not be using your location in the 
setting up of the tree.  It will be random, more or less 
associated by when you signed up for the tree.  I personally 
like to know people to trade with over a wide area because 
there is usually a much broader selection of shows to trade 
from.  For example two college tapers in Schenectady 
(which I don't think there are) are likely to have pretty much 
all of the same shows.  Where as if you happen to hook up 
with someone in CA or another country there are a lot of 
shows they may have that you don't.

Sorry this is so long winded.

The tapes are from a pair of AKG 460's onto a DAT.  There 
is a minor screwup when the power went out in the 
building, but otherwise it is great.  The show approx. 3 
hours and 15 mins.  The masters are on a 90 min and a three 
hour.  I don't think there is any way to make it fit on two 
analog tapes of 100 mins w/o cuts.  So expect it to be 3 90 
min analog tapes.

The set list it.

Acoustic:  Turn It Upside Down & Inside Out, Miss 
Leonardo, I Found A New Baby, Waiting for the Tide to 
Rise, Full Moon of Love (kd lang song), Tired of Sleeping 
Around With You, Dear Prudence, Swing Low Sweet 
Chariot (about 40 minutes)

Electric 1:  New Years Eve Countdown, Nightengale, 
Hungry Again, Epiphony, Crazy Iranian, Hammer & Spike
-> Bring Back The News, Mile By Mile -> (power failure -- 
somone pulled a fire alarm and the PA & lights cut out, but 
the band still had power on stage so jammed the tune out
for about 10 minutes but never sang the last verse.  
Eventually they got the power back on) -> Driving West, 
Pussycat (w/Auld Lang Syne), Goodnight Gretchen

Electric 2:   Stranger, Vanity Street, Cheap Utah Blues -> 
Crashing Down, Mantaloken Shore, Ballroom -> Wendy, 
Epilog -> Stone House

E:  Straight Line, Princess Henrietta

mail to budkee@unvax.union.edu

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Posted By: dee3s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 7:18 PM Tuesday, March 8, 1994
Subject: Lexington Show Tix

  Anyone think this show'll sell out?  I bought two extras
thinking some of my friends would be too late in getting tix
thinking that they might sell-out.  Now I think I'm gonna be
stuck with 'em.  Any ideas or suggestions?

Dan


Posted By: bobgee@merle.acns.nwu.edu
Time/Date: 8:08 PM Tuesday, March 8, 1994
Subject: the new CD

Can anyone explain the logic behind releasing this 5-song CD available only at
shows? I was talking to a friend of mine who is somewhat familiar with the
music industry, and he said sometimes when a band first signs with a big
label, the company will put out what's called an EP -- a 5 or 6 song CD sold
at a regular full-length CD price. The idea behind it is to test the
marketablility/potential commercial success of the band's recording efforts --
but this only works when the CD is available in stores distributed nationwide.

It seems to me if the band puts out a CD available only at shows, it would be
directed at DMB fans, not just a walk-in at a record store. And if it's for
the fans, why only five songs?
Maybe a call to the management could answer some of these questions.

Sorry if this has already been asked/answered. (I get the digest)

Bob


Posted By: btanen@husc.harvard.edu
Time/Date: 8:11 PM Tuesday, March 8, 1994
Subject: Re: Lexington Show Tix

On Tue, 8 Mar 1994 dee3s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu wrote:

>   Anyone think this show'll sell out?  I bought two extras
> thinking some of my friends would be too late in getting tix
> thinking that they might sell-out.  Now I think I'm gonna be
> stuck with 'em.  Any ideas or suggestions?
> 
> Dan
> 
Yeah it'll sell out.  And then people will grovel on Phishnet and you'll 
unload them and make MORE people like DMB!
-Ben


Posted By: @VM1.MCGILL.CA:BH7N@MUSICB.MCGILL.CA
Time/Date: 8:26 PM Tuesday, March 8, 1994
Subject: Dave n' Tim

I have to disagree with Kerry when he says that Dave and
Tim would probably ruin Ants and Nancies by playing them
as a Duet. I was at the Birchmere show and I truly enjoyed
the show. I had only heard one old Dave/Tim tape before where
Tim is playing a 12-string guitar and he really interferes
with the songs. Anyway, I was pretty reluctant to go see the
show (thinking I should save my money for WSP) so imagine
my surprise when Tim almost stole the show!

First of all the sound at the Birchmere was excellent and our seats
were right on the stage so I could hear the actual music coming
from the guitars and not so much from the P.A.  I kept on singing
LeRoi's lines to myself during some of the songs but I really think
that Tim played some of the most tasteful lead guitar lines I
have ever heard. He is also a technical wizard. Minarets and Nancies
were some of the highlights from that night (I was so glad to see
cry freedom on the setlist although I felt like I was cheating by
already knowing what he was going to play). Dave looked like he
was having a great time, and I'm really looking forward to hearing
it on the CD.

Kwon

P.S. My brother thinks that the only reason Phish is playing with
DMB is because the only way Phish can sell tickets is to get Dave
to go "wiggle his ass" on stage. 8-)


Posted By: gspice@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 10:46 PM Tuesday, March 8, 1994
Subject: Lexvegas questions

Sean murmured:

Is the Lexington Phish/DMB show a Washington & Lee sponsered show? I know
that a 1000 tickets were set aside for W&L students(I think?) If it is true
that would be a pretty big concert for a school that size (circa 2000
students.) But if not, I can understand why Dave Matthews would play there
because that is a second home (next to Flood Zone & Trax), but Phish is
getting pretty big-city, and Lexington is about 2.5 miles from nowhere.
These questions plague me, can anyone answer them?

Well, I can try.  First of all, no, it is not a W&L function.  I think 
that Cellar Door is doing it, but don't quote me.  Certainly, some 
booking agency.  Although I don't go to W&L, I don't think that you 
understand what kind of money those circa 2000 spend on bands.  They've 
had an amazing spectrum of bands for the school's size (REM, Allman Bros, 
Smithereens, Widespread, Marshall Crenshaw, BT, etc).  But, I guess none 
of that matters here.  I think that the concert is in Lexington 
(technically it isn't in Lex, it's in Rockbridge County) because there is 
new management at the horse center and because it will be an interesting 
place to put on and see a show, especialy if it turns out to be outside 
and they let camping on the grounds of the horse center.  i don't think 
that the people out at the horse center have any idea what they're 
getting themselves into by allowing camping, but that's a different 
story.  A word about security: if they use the cops from around the area, 
bewarned, they don't like people that they haven't gone hunting with for 
the past 15 years.  Figure it out.  Eat drink and be merry, Graham


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 8:20 AM Wednesday, March 9, 1994
Subject: Re: Lexington Show Tix

On Tue, 8 Mar 1994 dee3s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu wrote:
>   Anyone think this show'll sell out?  I bought two extras
> thinking some of my friends would be too late in getting tix
> thinking that they might sell-out.  Now I think I'm gonna be
> stuck with 'em.  Any ideas or suggestions?

i'm in the same situation.  i didn't check on the size of the plae beore 
i got my tix....jusst assumed it was small since it was in Lex.  i bought 
an extra caused i thought it might come in handy.  ohh well. we'll see.

alex crothers


Posted By: SEAWA@vax.rhodes.edu
Time/Date: 11:02 AM Wednesday, March 9, 1994
Subject: Personal to KERRY

Sorry to waste bandwidth, but I'm trying to get back in touch w/ the
Kerry I'm trading with (inadvertantly deleted all your email... need to 
clarify some stuff on this trade...)
==


Posted By: @VM1.MCGILL.CA:BH7N@MUSICB.MCGILL.CA
Time/Date: 11:05 AM Wednsday, March 9, 1994
Subject: song for 1st timer?

I'm dubbing a Phish tape for a friend who's never heard
DMB before and is a guitar player. What one song by DMB
would you pick to use as a filler that would show off
both the interactions b/n the band members and Dave's
guitar playing?

Any suggestions?
Kwon


Posted By: @mail.trincoll.edu:sean.berry@mail.trincoll.edu
Time/Date: 3:39 PM Wednesday, March 9, 1994
Subject: Dave & Tim- ANTS

I am in utter concurrence w/Kwon about Tim's playing on Ants. When I first
heard a version of Dave and Tim's Ants(Prism Coffee House-4.22.93), I
thought to myself that Tim's solo's were an incredible alternative
interpretation of LeRoi's solo's. He uses the same scale in the final solo,
but picks and chooses great single notes. He speeds up, slows down, builds,
uses clever arpeggios, what more could you want from an instumental solo?


Posted By: budkee@unvax.union.edu
Time/Date: 6:23 PM Wednesday, March 9, 1994
Subject: the new CD

> From: bobgee@merle.acns.nwu.edu
> 
> Can anyone explain the logic behind releasing this 5-song CD available only at
> shows? I was talking to a friend of mine who is somewhat familiar with the
> music industry, and he said sometimes when a band first signs with a big
> label, the company will put out what's called an EP -- a 5 or 6 song CD sold


Well, it's just muy opinion, but...
We got both discs in at the radio station here today.  And on the bio
sheet, it says that the 5 song one is only available at shows and it
includes more songs than are on the radio one.  Presumably studio
ones.

The 5 song disc we got here had radio edited versions of songs off
R2T.  And remember they went into the studio a while ago (I believe)
and recorded some stuff.  My guess is htat RCA probably didn't want
these, or wasn't willing to purchase them, so DMB and management or
whaever decided to let the public get a copy of them before anything
went out on RCA.  And I don't expect the RCA album to be out until the
fall or later.  

Just a guess.


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Posted By: brigg072@falcon.cc.ukans.edu
Time/Date: 12:21 AM Thursday, March 10, 1994
Subject:

Hey Alex,
Michael asked me to drop you the list from 3-7-94 at Benchwarmers in
Lawerence, KS.

SET I
One Sweet World
Triping Billies
Satellite
Lie In Our Graves
What Would You Say
Dancing Nancies

Set II

Minarets - Typical situation
Help Myself
WareHouse 
Angel From Montgomery
#36
Recently

Encore

(redemption song tease)
Ants Marching

"Alex, I'll send more sets as my e-mail access becomes more frequent."
from Michael

Thanks for starting the net.
Brigg


Posted By: brigg072@falcon.cc.ukans.edu
Time/Date: 12:23 AM Thursday, March 10, 1994
Subject: hook me up

I'd like to subscribe to the net.  
my address is      brigg072@falcon.cc.ukans.edu
thanks


Posted By: @VM1.MCGILL.CA:BH7N@MUSICB.MCGILL.CA
Time/Date: 11:39 AM Thursday, March 10, 1994
Subject: 1st timer

Concerning the post where I asked what song would be
perfect to use as a filler for 1st timer:

All the responses I've gotten so far have suggested
Seek Up, Jimi Thing or What would you say?, all three
of which I had thought of myself. The only thing is
that Seek Up > Jimi Thing (esp. the Trinity Coll version-
Thnks Eric!) would be a perfect choice if it wasn't
so long! (No objections here) You can't really fit that
at the end of a normal length set as a filler.

What would you say? has that great guitar interlude thing,
and those cool "revolving" solos, but I have to say that
the lyrics could probably have been written by our
favorite fiddler. (Not that I could probably do any better)

I think I might just have to stick to a good Recently or
Minarets.

Marco EsKWONdolas.


Posted By: kmk4g@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 12:33 PM Thursday, March 10, 1994
Subject: Re: Clarification on Tim and Dave

I never said anything about Ants--I said that Dancing and Warehouse were much
better with the whole band.
I have nothing against Tim--I saw the Prism show and was very impressed;
however, which is better, a Tim show or a DMB show?   DMB.
Also, I find Tim's solo stuff much better than his Dave stuff.

Still looking for Sept.92 Trax shows (especially w/ Miguel)

       I am who I am who I am who am I?              ---Kerry

                  ***Look who's in the freezer***


Posted By: bdietz@acs.bu.edu
Time/Date: 2:19 PM Thursday, March 10, 1994
Subject: Boston Show?

Has the Boston show been announced yet?  Is there a DMB hotline that
I can find out about the Boston show on?

--Brian Dietz, bdietz@bu.edu


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 7:28 PM Thursday, March 10, 1994
Subject: The CD5 - (Recently)

here's some more info on the new CD...hopefully this'll clear some of 
those questions that have been floating around.

the new CD (with five songs on it and called 'Recently') will cost 
somewhere around $7.

Recently is not connected to RCA nor is it old studio stuff, but is 
"something the band and management wanted to do for the fans...to give 
them a product of very high caliber."

management/band/ect...had to do some radio mix downs and the results 
ended up on a CD promo called Recently....they liked it so much they 
wanted everyone to have a copy...but also realized that four of the songs 
were on R2T so.....they took three of the radio mix downs off and added 
four new ones recorded from various places....


hope this clears things up a little...

does this answer your question bob g.?

alex crothers


Posted By: jeg5s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 2:11 AM Friday, March 11, 1994
Subject: Lexington Tickets

over 3000 sold the first day. Some 4300 total have been sold,
with under 2000 left,or so says Professor Bowman.

     Ellis "of Lemuria" Godard   jeg5s@virginia.edu
       P.O. Box 3240, Charlottesville, VA, 22903
  Graduate Program in Sociology, University of Virginia
FAQ File Administrator for rec.music.phish & phish-digest
     Keep smiling, gliding, and riding that train...


Posted By: Ian_M._Bassin@gorgias.ilt.tc.columbia.edu
Time/Date: 10:53 AM Friday, March 11, 1994
Subject: WSP 3/10/94

Widespread Panic March 10, 1994 Irving Plaza, NYC

set I:
Pigeons>
Pleas
?
Cant Get High
Fishwater
Wondering
Hatfield
Henry Parsons Died
Porch Song
set II:
Diner
Driving Song>
Walkin
With my head up off the ground
Makes Sense to me>
Heroes
Papa's Home>
Jam
Pickin up the pieces*>
Chilly Water*
E: Aint Life Grand
Junior*

*- w/ Warren Haynes
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Posted By: kmk4g@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 11:39 AM Friday, March 11, 1994
Subject: Re: Kwon's filler

Kwon says: 
> What would you say? has that great guitar interlude thing,
> and those cool "revolving" solos, but I have to say that
> the lyrics could probably have been written by our
> favorite fiddler. (Not that I could probably do any better)
  
I actually like the What would you say lyrics.  Boyd couldn't touch them.  I
think what happened was Dave wrote the good lyrics (cannot tell at best,
cannot speak for all the rest), and then he had a mind block, so he asked
Boyd what to do for the chorus, and Boyd said: When I write songs, I pick one
line and repeat it over and over.  So Dave took his advice, and now we have
What Would you say x8. 

> I think I might just have to stick to a good Recently or
> Minarets.
            I wouldn't recommend Recently; it can be very annoying and get
old fast.  I speak from experience.  Try tripping billies (it's short and
everyone likes it), or Minarets.
 

    ---Kerry                              ****I'd like to show you what's
inside (and I sure don't care if you do or don't like it)****
                  ***Look who's in the freezer***


Posted By: SAPIRE@carleton.edu
Time/Date: 4:59 PM Saturday, March 12, 1994
Subject: show

SOMEBODY PLEASE TELL ME

the TIME of the show at

HAIRY MARY'S in Des Moines Iowa

i've tried to call and have gotten the answering machine every time

it's in MONDAY night

someone with connections to the MANAGEMENT of DMB
Please tell me, i may be able to tape...
ed
Sapire@carleton.edu

thanks
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