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Posted By: dforbis@birch.ee.vt.edu
Time/Date: 3:51 PM Sunday, March 27, 1994
Subject: Lexington Show

Anybody know if taping is going to be allow at the Dave/Phish show
in Lexington?

-Dave


Posted By: SPICE@DICKINSON.EDU
Time/Date: 4:12 PM Sunday, March 27, 1994
Subject: Some random thoughts

well, it's been a very dmb-centric week for me as (thanks to sue and clare 
emily) i have expanded my listening greatly beyond the cd and single tape of 
a show to about 10 hours of live dave.  here are some thoughts i had:

* blue water -- what happened to this one?  boyd's trippy solo is awesome.  
i'd love to hear them do this again.  clare said something about the long 
echoed violin solo being called "baboon farm" or something.  anyone have 
anything to say about this?

* finally i hear halloween and know why it hurts his voice so much.  and with 
good reason.  intense song, though.  warehouse, too.  

* got an acoustic tape of tim and dave and folks, dave matthews is what makes 
the world turn for this band.  his songwriting, reduced to its barest essence 
in that format, shines.  yeah, the other guys help things a lot but on his 
own, dave is unreal.  

* lie in our graves: what an awesome song.  i've been singing it for three 
days straight.  and dangerous hours, too.  there are so many great songs that 
haven't been released on some sort of official recording yet.  pay for what 
you get?  best of what's around?  lover?  36?  

i really hope they don't lose their spontaneity.  the "abc jam" on one of the 
floodzone tapes, the new lyrics dave makes up to "seek up" the improvving on 
"jimi thing", "minarets", etc. really have to remain a part of the band.  i'd 
hate to see them get all serious (and shit).  hopefully rca will encourage 
their sense of humor and creativity and not stifle it (hoist?  no, no no... 
please not that...)

reid

ps - also got to see hypnotic clambake while i was in nashville (crowd was 
around 30!) and they were smooth.  funked-up band.  they said they'll be at 
penn state on the 31st if anyone's in the area.  oh, and they're opening ofr 
er, for widespread in cleveland sometime soon i think (sorry no more info).


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 7:51 PM Sunday, March 27, 1994
Subject: taping at lexington...

i would assume that only audeince tapes are going to be allowed at
lexington.  seems it would be a major hassle to allow more than that,
expecially in terms of getting everything straight b/w bands.  i'll
ask this weekend at brown's island.

btw, if it is just audience taping, don't worry, there will be plenty
of it being done, and tapes will most certainly be 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
"what....are....you....chasing....around....the....tree?" --bugs bunny
======================================================================


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 10:01 AM Monday, March 28, 1994
Subject: Attn Dartmouth Student...?

hello...i'm back with a whole bunch of DMB messages in my mail box. 
caught the Irving Plaza show which was fun...crowded but...that made it 
all the more intense..i suppose...

i need to get in touch with the guy from Dartmouth who has been 
interested in getting DMB up there...you've been talking to Sabec and he 
gave your name to me to deal with but unfortunately i lost it among my 
clutter...appreciate it.

alex crothers


Posted By: jeg5s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 11:37 AM Monday, March 28, 1994
Subject: Lexington 4/20 is SOLD OUT

Happened days ago. Sorry.

     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: jeg5s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 11:39 AM Monday, March 28, 1994
Subject: taping at Lexington

...will be ONLY for those with mail-order tapers' tickets.follow
theseinstructions:

(oh...i dont know the deadline...)

Tapers' tickets for the New Years 93 shows and for some of the Spring 94 
shows were mail order. Mail order may (presumably) be used for full shows 
someday. This is the(slightly abbreviated) info for April tapers tickets; 
while you've missed the boat this time, it may be helpful to be familiar 
with the general plan.
        From: Jeff Maggard <maggard@subpac.enet.dec.com>
        Feb 28, 1994
        For selected spring tour shows with reserved seating, there will be 
a section of seats reserved for taping, available by mail order only.  Only 
a limited number of seats will be held for this mail order. These seats 
will  be directly behind the soundboard; the view from them will be 
somewhat obstructed.  
        So that there will be enough taping seats for the folks who actually 
need them, please don't order these tickets unless you intend to tape.  A 
taper's ticket will be required in order to bring recording equipment into 
some shows, including: Beacon Theatre (4/13, 14, 15), Mullins Center 
(4/16), Bob Carpenter Center (4/18) and Fox Theatre (4/23).
        Orders will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, by 
postmark.  All orders must be postmarked between March 1 and 4 so that we 
can get them back to you in a timely manner; orders postmarked before March 
1 or after March 4 will not be filled.
        You may order a maximum of two tickets per show.  You may order any 
combination of the six shows in one envelope; however, since we may not be 
able to fill all orders completely, you must send a separate money order 
for each show; otherwise, if we are unable to provide seats forone show 
that you request, it will be necessary to return your entire order to you 
unfilled.  Please note: each Beacon Theatre show is considered a separate 
show, and therefore requires a separate money order.
        Each person may send only one order; duplicate orders will not be 
filled.  Send your order in a #10 (legal) size envelope.  Put your return 
address on the outside of the envelope, and also write on it which shows 
you are ordering tickets for, and how many tickets for each show.  In your 
order please include a 3x5 card with your name, address and telephone 
number in the upper left hand corner.  Write on the card which shows you 
are ordering tickets for, and how many tickets per show.  Also enclose a 
self-addressed, stamped #10 (legal size) envelope with 29 cents postage for 
1 to 4 tickets and 52 cents postage for 5 to 12 tickets.  
        Ticket prices were as follows:  Beacon Theatre, $21.50 per ticket; 
Mullins Center, $20.00 per ticket; Bob Carpenter Center, $20.00 per ticket; 
and Fox Theatre, $19.50 per ticket.  These prices included a $1.50 per 
ticket handling charge.  Payment must be in the form of a postal money 
order or an American Express money order only; no personal checks.  The 
money order should be made payable to Phish.  If you wish to have your 
tickets sent to you by registered mail, add $6.00 to your payment for this 
service.  (You can add this fee to any one of your money orders.)  Keep 
your receipt; if we cannot fill your order, we will return your money 
order(s) to you.  Send your orders to:  Phish Tapers Tickets, P. O. Box 
219, Lexington, MA  02173.  We will do our best to have all orders 
returned, filled or unfilled, by the regular ticket on-sale date of each 
show, though this may not be possible in all cases due to time limitations.  
If you haven't received your order by March 11, you may call 617.862.7669 
between 10 am and 6 pm EST to check on the status of your order.

        PLEASE NOTE: Due to time and space limitations, it may not always be 
possible to provide taper ticket information in the newsletter. However, 
it will always be available on the hotline and on the Phish.Net, so if you 
want to be sure not to miss it, stay in touch with those sources.  We thank 
you for your continued cooperation.
Phish hotline: 617.862.7820
Shelly

     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: EWHESSE@AMHERST.BITNET
Time/Date: 11:57 AM Monday, March 28, 1994
Subject: Anecdotes and Answers

Hello All!
First, as Bob Lee mentioned, I was lucky enough to catch the band Saturday
in Chicago (it had been since December 11 at Williams and I had the DMBT's -
shaking all over!) so I was lovin' it. Great story to go along with it.
I knew going in that it was a 21+ show and I'm 19 sans fake, though I look
easily 23, so I was nervous all week about getting in. I arrive at Schuba's
to discover that there were no more tickets and this beast of a man they were
employing as a bouncer was screaming, "Even if you're fifty, I wanna see an ID"
so I was bummin' hard. While my party was going to fetch the car Iw ent back ins
   ide to warm up and DAve walked right in front of me so I got his attention, h
   e
recognized me, I told him my plight and he promised to see what he could do.
Sweet, I thought. He went in, starting talking to Michael for a couple minutes,
then Michael came out and they said that their hands were tied, they could do no
   thing and were really sorry. The bouncer was even harrassing Michael's mother
so I knew they weren't shitting. I went back outside and Dave communicated his
remorse to me through sign language. Just then, Boyd, Carter, Leroi, and Stephan
   came around the corner. As they passed, I told them to kick ass tonight, that
I was just bummed out I couldn't get in cuz there were no more tickets. LeRoi
expressed his sympathy and suggested my girlfriend and I walk in the side door
with them so we did just that and cAme in with the band (free). Dave saw me
enter and gave me a hug, expressing his relief. I just want to thank the band
(especially Roi, Dave, and Michael) for being true and accessible to theEric


Posted By: EWHESSE@AMHERST.BITNET
Time/Date: 11:57 AM Monday, March 28, 1994
Subject: Anecdotes and Answers, Pt.2

My computer was bugging out so I'll continue that last message here. The show
was great in my opinion. Highlights for me included Dave REALLY getting into
his screams on Seek Up and Minarets, a killer Angel From Montgomery (not since
Thanksgiving at Trax for me), some nice violin addition to Jane, Leroi on
Watchtower and Pay For (I love him on this), and the encore. I was pleased to
see the relatively unitiated Chicago crowd REALLY getting into it (especially
solo Dave which is suprising). The sound and atmosphere was really nice.
Stephan was thundering like Thor and Carter blew me away yet again. I did
request a Blue Water but to no avail. Good News, though - talking to Dave
afterwards I was asking about Blue Water and he said it'll come back, not to
worry - just keep reminding them how killer some of these tunes we miss are-
Blue Water, Maker, #34 (Jeff said they've been practicing this
ne - Yes!!),
Best of What's Around. Maybe they'll reappear on the first RCA album (fingers
crossed).  Anyway, I just wanted to thank the band again for playing some of
the grooviest tunes around now and for still being cool enough to help youngins
like me hear them! There were about 5 people taping but they were Deadheads,
not netters. I arranged a trade with one of them so I hope we'll have a tape
of this very nice nugget sometime soon. I'll let everyone know. One last thing,
my girlfriend and I are hoping to do a DMB New York trek three weekends from
now. That is, Cornell Sat. and St. Lawrence (free I believe) Sunday. One
problem, probably no car. Is anyone out there crazy enough to join and help us
I'll do the taping and we can arrange $. I'm afraid after the first RCA CD
that it won't be so easy or cheap to catch this killer band anymore so let's
take advantage of it now. LEt me know, thanks. I've got alot of killer tapes
for the trip too. Sorry I'm so garrulous, thanks for reading,
Eric Hesse


Posted By: kmk4g@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 12:04 PM Monday, March 28, 1994
Subject: Re: new digest form

Topics covered in my post:
   1) The annoying "topics covered" thing at the top of my digests.
   2)  Does anyone have the CD5 yet?  How is it?  Worth $7?



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


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 12:23 PM Monday, March 28, 1994
Subject: Re: new digest form

On Mon, 28 Mar 1994, Uncle Ebenezer wrote:
> Topics covered in my post:
>    1) The annoying "topics covered" thing at the top of my digests.
>    2)  Does anyone have the CD5 yet?  How is it?  Worth $7?

topic number one still puzzles me
as for topic two......i'm not sure it's worth $7 'cause i believe it cost 
$8...can't remember for sure....heard parts of it but haven't had the 
chance to sit down and do a complete listen....fun to have a Halloween 
and Watchtower on CD (esp live versions) to throw on whenever the 
desire arises....recently isn't *much* different from R2T..at least at 
first listen....i'm sure others will have more in depth coverage

still a pretty cool idea in my mind to only release the CD at shows.....

alex crothers


Posted By: HAUSERBT@pine.circa.ufl.edu
Time/Date: 5:42 PM Monday, March 28, 1994
Subject: CD5

Since DMB has already rolled through Florida before the new mini CD came out,
is there anyway to get a hold of it besides catching them at a show? (i.e.
through Bama Rag?)Thanks..

Brian Hauser
hauserbt@pine.circa.ufl.edu


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 6:33 PM Monday, March 28, 1994
Subject: new/more dates

here's the latest for all of you jonesing for more DMB......
** mean new dates
as usual, i place a disclaimer on all of these spellings.....

May
30 Lafayette's Oxford, Mississippi
31 New Daisy Theatre Memphis, TN

April 
1 The Sandbar Chattanooga, TN **
2 Vanderbilt U. Nashville, TN
3 Brown's Island Richmond, VA w/ WSP!!
5 GA Theatre Athens, GA **
6 GA Theatre Athens, GA **
7 Ivory Tusk Tuscaloosa, Alabama **
8 Univ. of Clemson Clemson, SC **
9 Woodbury Forest, VA
10 William & Mary- Lake Mitoga(sp) Ampitheatre Williamsburg, VA
and here's one just to please me :)
13 Metronome Burlington, VT! **
14 State Theatre Portland, OR opening for Samples **
15 Orpheum Theatre Boston, MA opening for Samples 
16 St. Lawrence Univ. Canton, NY
17 Cornell Ithaca, NY
19 Ritz Theatre Raleigh, NC opening for BT **
20 Horse Center Lexington, VA opening for Phish
21 Winston Salem, NC opening for Phish
22 Denison College Granville, OH
23 WVU Morgantown, WV
26 TBA-south
27 TBA-south
28 The Varsity Baton Rouge, Louisiana **
29 The Boot New Orleans, Louisiana **
30 State Palace Theatre New Orleans, Louisiana opening for BT **

they will be taking off most of may and june to record and relax
there will, however, be some random(?) appearances here and there.
this red rocks show for instance.

May
15 Red Rocks Colorado w/ BHT & the monsters and Los Lobos

alex Crothers


Posted By: jrs@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu
Time/Date: 8:24 PM Monday, March 28, 1994
Subject: is dmb coming to austin?

howdy, y'all!
i'll start with a disclaimer: i'm terribly ignorant about most of the things
y'all are talking about on this list, so i mostly just lurk. i have a friend
in c-ville who had sent me a few dmb odds'n'ends and then stood in line for
hours to get me an autographed copy of _remember two things_ last november.
on it, dave signed 'we're coming soon to austin. see you there,' but so 
far that hasn't happened unless i completely missed it. they've recently
announced a may 8 phish show, but when i called in they didn't know who was
opening. does anyone know if dmb will be with them? i know absolutely
nothing about phish, so if the price is too steep i might bail on this
anyway. what are they like?

all this talk of taping has me intrigued. would anyone be willing to tape
some particularly good show for me? i'd be happy to send a tape & postage
or let someone pick from my meager list of bootlegs.

jen
jrs@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 9:14 PM Monday, March 28, 1994
Subject: correction on the dates...wops

March
30 Lafayette's Oxford, Mississippi
31 New Daisy Theatre Memphis, TN

i'm sure most of you all didn't even notice but the ubiquitous Budke 
pointed out that i mistakingly labeled these two shows as happening on 
*May* 30th and 31st.  I meant March. sorry and thanks Budke.

alex crothers


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 9:18 PM Monday, March 28, 1994
Subject: William & Mary ampitheatre

On 28 Mar 1994, Brett wrote:
> >April
> >10 William & Mary- Lake Mitoga(sp) Ampitheatre Williamsburg, VA
> Lake Matoaka, just to let you know.. :)

Mitoga..Matoaka...Potato..potato ( i hope everyone gets that :)

alex c


Posted By: mercp@acpub.duke.edu
Time/Date: 11:38 PM Monday, March 28, 1994
Subject: Browns Island

Anyone that is going to the WSP and DMB show this weekend and wants to
meet up, drop me a line and we can figure out some place to meet.
			Merc
			mercp@acpub.duke.edu


Posted By: dforbis@birch.ee.vt.edu
Time/Date: 9:13 AM Tuesday, March 29, 1994
Subject: WSP tape grovel

Hi!

Well everybody, I've got a major tape grovel.  I'm REALLY needing 
some nice sounding Widespread Panic tapes, audience or 
board (though SBD preferred, of course).

As for trades, I've got about 250 hours of Dead (including about 100
hours of 1st/2nd gen boards), and another 200 hours of non-Dead (a
little bit of everything).

Please help!  

-Dave
dforbis@birch.ee.vt.edu


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 9:32 PM Tuesday, March 29, 1994
Subject: a review of recently...

kind of funny.  when r2t came out a really bad review of it showed up
here, and everyone and his/her brother came out with the blowtorches,
and i was first in line with a fireshooter.  so here i am to say that
i really am disappointed with the recently ep.  
if you'd rather here it for yourself then skip the rest of this message.

let me put on my asbestos suit, and then i'll explain....

first of all, i knew the recently cut was pretty weak.  i'll just leave
it at that i like recently the way it is, and editing it for radio is
to be left for the radio stations to enjoy.  now, for the nitty gritty.

each of the songs on the cd is well recorded and well mastered, but the
cd is terribly incohesive.  we all love dave matthews and tim reynolds
playing together, but i can now say i'll never use dm/tr to fill for 
a dmb tape or vise versa.  they just don't seem to flow that well.  
(at least, going from acoustic warehouse to full band watchtower 
doesn't work that well.) and then i got to halloween, and lo and 
behold, dave's guitar has been filtered through some sort of effects 
rack.  enough said.  COMPLETELY changes the introductory feel of the 
song, and i'd have to say for the worse.  it sounds almost like a 
steel guitar with a little dirtying up, but not quite distorted.  
at any rate, one of the most amazing things i've always gotten out 
of this song is just how powerful it is, despite how dry it is musically.  
overall, i'm really more likely to pop my crisp copy of feb 22 in the 
old tapedeck and listen to the whole show, with an un-effected halloween 
at the end.  (and yes, i'll make copies for anyone who sends me blanks, 
but my system is pretty poor, so you'll prolly lose at least a generation 
and a half of quality.)

oh well.  dave knows what he wants to do with his music.  no prob.  i'm
just damn glad i do have the tape.  i'm prolly just going to hold on to
recently as a collector's item more than anything else.  sorry to derail
anyones train...
======================================================================
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
"what....are....you....chasing....around....the....tree?" --bugs bunny
======================================================================


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 10:08 PM Tuesday, March 29, 1994
Subject: address for the cd5

this is the address for ordering the cd5:

>DAVE MATTHEWS BAND
>PO BOX 1911
>CHARLOTTESVILLE VA 22903

you can order it by check or money order for $9.50 ($7 + $2.50 s&h).

i know the shipping and handling is a bit steep, but life goes on.
if you want to order it with a credit card you can do it over the
phone, but i don't know the 1-800 number right off hand.  i'll post
it tomorrow, unless someone else has it handy...

but then again, i'm digestified, so if someone else has it handy,
i'll have posted it again anyway.  neat.

by the way, i really dig the new phish cd, and highly recommend
it, along with their first four, to anyone lurking around these
parts...

======================================================================
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
"what....are....you....chasing....around....the....tree?" --bugs bunny
======================================================================


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 11:10 PM Tuesday, March 29, 1994
Subject: Re: address for the cd5

> >DAVE MATTHEWS BAND
> >PO BOX 1911
> >CHARLOTTESVILLE VA 22903

or.....
1-800 594 tixx

alex c


Posted By: dee3s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 11:11 PM Tuesday, March 29, 1994
Subject: Recently EP

Folks:
  Those of you who have the EP may have come upon it in different
ways, however I picked it up at Plan 9 today in Charlottesville
as soon as they were brought over from Trax (sometime around 2
pm).  What's the deal with the blank cd cover?  Was this only at
Plan 9?  I mean, I feel teased by the cover art from the
newsletter!

Dan


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 12:01 AM Wednesday, March 30, 1994
Subject: Re: Recently EP

> What's the deal with the blank cd cover?  Was this only at
> Plan 9?  I mean, I feel teased by the cover art from the
> newsletter!
> Dan

blank? the one i have has that guy/girl b&w shot on the front...maybe it 
has to do with the selling of the CD thru an 'official' record 
store...that seems odd though....?

alex crothers


Posted By: BLBLALOC@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 12:27 AM Wednesday, March 30, 1994
Subject: paper. . .

hate to take up band. .
    but i'm doing a research paper on dmb (cheese i know :)
 and i need any resources anybody can provide
                            such as articles
                                 or any faq files
                                          (all of which i seem to have deleted)
                           so if you have them on file,
                                  forward them promply to                                           
                             blblaloc@vax1.acs.jmu.edu


i already have three articles (thanks clare :)  
                                   but i really need any faq or any article
                                       that haven't been put on the net.

b.
______________________
  "He said, 'Dance for me' and he said,
  "You are too beautiful for the wind
   To pick at, or the sun to burn.'  He said,
  "I'm a poor tattered thing, but not unkind
   To the sad dancer and the dancing dead.'"
                     -Sidney Keyes


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 12:25 PM Wednesday, March 30, 1994
Subject: attn all file keepers...

sorry, i'm lazy (and busy)....i need all the persons who are keeping 
track of some sort of file (FAQ, Chord, Interview, Lyrics, ect....) to 
drop me the email address at which this can be obtained.

i'm in the middle of updating the welcome message and want to include 
all this shit with it.  and i can't remember everyones address. thanks

ATTN: does anyone have anything pertinent to add to the WELCOME message?
if you don't know what the welcome messages is or says, then unsubscribe 
from minarets and resubscribe (can be done in the same message to 
listproc) and you will recieve the welcome message. Basically it's a into 
to the band and net with some general type info.

alex crothers


Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 1:07 PM Wednesday, March 30, 1994
Subject: Recently Cover

We here in Lexington, Va had the Recently EP sold at Night Owl Music and 
it had the B+W cover that everyone speaks of. A little tidbit for anyone 
who cares.... If you can find it at your college radio station, they 
might have the Radio Promo Recently disc. Its got the 3rd radio edit of 
Recently (which is pretty bad), a radio edit of Ants (cutting out the 30 
sec drum intro) and the album versions of Tripping Billies and Song tha 
Jane Likes. The coolest part about this disc is the cover. Its the same 2 
people on the new one, but they are moved around so you can see that the 
guy is holding a pumpkin. Anyway.. if you run into it, it's kinda neat..


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 1:58 PM Wednesday, March 30, 1994
Subject: Dave on Chicago radio

Bob Gee orginally sent this message but for some reason or another 
listproc screwed with it so i ended up with it. anyway, here it is:
------
As I was driving home this morning about 11, listening to WCBR 92.7 THE BEAR,
a nice bluesy tune was just finishing and the dj gave the title, artist of the
past few songs... Mark Curry (I think) the somebody Harmon Band and "terrific
stuff from the Dave Matthews Band from their album Remember Two Things. The
track was called Recently." I didn't actually hear the song, but was shocked
to hear the dude say this. The Bear is probably the most alternative of the
non-college stations in Chicago (actually I think it's out of Arlington
Heights). They usually play stuff I've never heard before, some good some
not-so-good. So this a good place for them to start in Chicago I guess. Next
they'll be picked up on XRT and hopefully stay there (like WSP) and never make
it to Q101, the shitty alterna-pop trendy overplay the hell of songs station.
Well, just thought I'd share this rare moment.
Bob


Posted By: btm5y@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 2:13 PM Wednesday, March 30, 1994
Subject:

please cancel my subscription

thanks


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 2:26 PM Wednesday, March 30, 1994
Subject: Re: your mail

to unsubscribe from minarets send the message, "unsubscribe minarets" to 
listproc@moose.uvm.edu

do not include a subject heading.

let me know if you have any problems or questions.

alex crothers


Posted By: goodrwh9@ac.wfunet.wfu.edu
Time/Date: 4:52 PM Wednesday, March 30, 1994
Subject: William & Mary show

I am going to be up in Williamsburg next weekend, and was wondering if 
anyone had any information about the show (location, time, ticket prices 
and availability to non-W&M students, etc.).
						Thanks
					    Warren Goodrich


Posted By: bmking@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 5:14 PM Wednesday, March 30, 1994
Subject: April 19th Show in NC

I was looking for any info on this show, such as how much the tickets are and
when it starts..  Or, if anyone has the # for the Ritz Theatre so I could
call & ask them, that'd be great.

Thanks a lot!

Brett


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Brett Kingswell                                         bmking@mail.wm.edu
"See... what the madman sees.. in escaping."
"I can remember a time not too long ago; but now I wish I couldn't so the
 memory wouldn't hurt me so."


Posted By: bmking@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 7:27 PM Wednesday, March 30, 1994
Subject: Re: William & Mary show

>I am going to be up in Williamsburg next weekend, and was wondering if
>anyone had any information about the show (location, time, ticket prices
>and availability to non-W&M students, etc.).

There are going to be 6 bands at the show, and all proceeds (I think all) are
going to benefit Special Olympics.  The band list includes: DMB, Everything,
Gibb Droll Band, Boy-O-Boy, BS&M (only other band I've seen from the list,
and they're very good), and Eddie From Ohio.

Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at the door.  Doors open at 10:30am.  Tickets
are available to everyone.  The show is at Lake Matoaka Amphitheater.  The
amphitheater may be a bit difficult to find, but if you go down Jamestown
Road away from Colonial Williamsburg, after you apparently go past the
college there will be a gravel parking lot on your right, and that's where
you need to park.  Just follow the crowd/look for the entrance there, it
should be evident. (It's at the 'back' of the parking lot, though).  If you
see the lake on your right, you've gone too far on Jamestown Road.

Call Todd (804 221 6456) or Greg (804 220 6813) for more info and group
rates (so sayeth the poster).

The amphitheater is very nice, and a great place for DMB.. They were here
last semester and the show was incredible.   Played in practically pitch
dark (I heard there wasn't enough power left for any lights other than a
couple floods right on the stage) when the night came, and it was great.
If you're coming earlier, I'd suggest bringing a picnic-type lunch/dinner if
you want, the amphitheater is almost all grassy.

Brett

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Brett Kingswell                                         bmking@mail.wm.edu
"See... what the madman sees.. in escaping."
"I can remember a time not too long ago; but now I wish I couldn't so the
 memory wouldn't hurt me so."


Posted By: chico@merle.acns.nwu.edu
Time/Date: 4:50 PM Thursday, March 31, 1994
Subject: Setlist 3/26 Irving Plaza

Sorry for the delay folks,

I have been quite busy

Set I
------
Seek Up
Tripping billies
Satellite
Song That Jane Likes
Lie In Our Graves
Recently
#36

Set II
-------
Minarets
Typical Situation (highlight in mho)
Help Myself
What Would You Say
Jimi Thang
Dancing Nancies
Watchtower
Ants

Encore:
-------
Dave solo:
I'll Back You Up
Quick Lay and Goodbye
---
One Sweet-->
Drumz-->
Halloween

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Posted By: RPPRISIN@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 5:20 PM Thursday, March 31, 1994
Subject: dave's ideas

hey!
I was just wondering what you guys think about where dave gets his
"inspiration" for songs.......it seems to me that songs like warehouse could
have something to do with the whole trax/home stage kinda thing......maybe its
just my attempt to read too much into things but a though tit would be cool to
hear what you guys thought......

Rich

p.s. clare-- email me i have questions about who you know in your dorm at vt
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Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 6:56 PM Thursday, March 31, 1994
Subject: Re: MINARETS digest 134

first i'll address this one:
>Topic No. 3
>From: bmking@mail.wm.edu (Brett)
>There are going to be 6 bands at the show, and all proceeds (I think all) are
>going to benefit Special Olympics.  The band list includes: DMB, Everything,
>Gibb Droll Band, Boy-O-Boy, BS&M (only other band I've seen from the list,
>and they're very good), and Eddie From Ohio.
>
i've had the wonderful oppurtunity to see boy o boy.  they were so good
that a night that started out being one of the shittiest nights of my
life turned out to be a really good time.  they run one helluva tight 
ship, much tighter than even dmb, imho.  i'm not saying i like them more 
than dmb, i just think they are tighter.  everything is from the harrison-
burg locale, though they've relocated.  i'm not sure where there basing 
themselves out of now.  i've never seen them, but i'm going to get the 
chance this weekend, so i'll post my own observations, as will many other 
people, i'm sure.

as for this:
>Encore:
>-------
>Dave solo:
>I'll Back You Up
>Quick Lay and Goodbye
>---
>One Sweet-->
>Drumz-->
 ^^^^^^^^
>Halloween
i'll admit that this is a pretty damn phenomenal setlist, but the
blatant reference to the dead really strikes me as out of place here.
i know people are bitching about it on phish.net all the time, but 
phish does actually have a lot of influence coming off of the dead.
dave himself has specifically stated that he has never really paid much
attention to them, and i really think that carter has nothing in common
with them.  i'm not in anyway saying that i don't want dead discussed
here, and don't want to start any of that "other band" crap that phish.net
is so known for, but drumz is the name of the grateful dead's extended
drum solo, whereas the solo before and after halloween is more a true
part of halloween, and is a completely different sounding drum solo.  if
i really wanted to compare what carter does with a song by another band,
i'd call it yyz.  (but i'll also make it know here that i really hate
rush, with the exception of a few songs from the early days.)
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Posted By: mxgall@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 7:29 PM Thursday, March 31, 1994
Subject: Quick Grovel and Goodbye...

    I'm looking for a March '92 Richmond show (22nd? it was a Miguel
benefit) and a Bayou show from late fall of '93.  I have about 25
hours of Dave to offer (or blanks if ya likes)...
                                                        --Mike


Posted By: bmking@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 8:57 PM Thursday, March 31, 1994
Subject: Re: Drumz

>as for this:
>>Encore:
>>-------
>>Dave solo:
>>I'll Back You Up
>>Quick Lay and Goodbye
>>---
>>One Sweet-->
>>Drumz-->
> ^^^^^^^^
>>Halloween
>i'll admit that this is a pretty damn phenomenal setlist, but the
>blatant reference to the dead really strikes me as out of place here.
>i know people are bitching about it on phish.net all the time, but
>phish does actually have a lot of influence coming off of the dead.
>dave himself has specifically stated that he has never really paid much
>attention to them, and i really think that carter has nothing in common
>with them.  i'm not in anyway saying that i don't want dead discussed
>here, and don't want to start any of that "other band" crap that phish.net
>is so known for, but drumz is the name of the grateful dead's extended
>drum solo, whereas the solo before and after halloween is more a true
>part of halloween, and is a completely different sounding drum solo.  if
>i really wanted to compare what carter does with a song by another band,
>i'd call it yyz.  (but i'll also make it know here that i really hate
>rush, with the exception of a few songs from the early days.)

I feel so musically illiterate.  I thought that was just some kewl way of
spelling drums.  :)

Brett

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Brett Kingswell                                         bmking@mail.wm.edu
"See... what the madman sees.. in escaping."
"I can remember a time not too long ago; but now I wish I couldn't so the
 memory wouldn't hurt me so."


Posted By: dforbis@birch.ee.vt.edu
Time/Date: 9:11 PM Thursday, March 31, 1994
Subject: Re: Drumz

>>Drumz-->
> ^^^^^^^^
>>Halloween
>i'll admit that this is a pretty damn phenomenal setlist, but the
>blatant reference to the dead really strikes me as out of place here.
>
>  etc...
>

Come on, that's getting just a bit picky, now isn't it?


Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 12:43 AM Friday, April 1, 1994
Subject: Re: William & Mary show

To anyone who cares

The william & mary show on April 10 includes BS&M, boy o boy, everything, 
and I think some other bands. Pre-show tickets were $12, which have 
stopped being sold but they are only $15 at the door. I got a frined 
there to get me a ticket early, so I don't know about non-students, but I 
gather it won't be a problem. See ya there.....


Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 12:50 AM Friday, April 1, 1994
Subject: Re: dave's ideas

I'd like to think Warehouse is inspired by Dave's second home, The Flood 
Zone in Richmond. Overshadowed by the every tuesday in c'ville, he drew 
the same crowds every wednesday. The Flood Zone is a converted warehouse 
in downtown richmond (my hometown). check it out sometime.....


Posted By: EWHESSE@AMHERST.BITNET
Time/Date: 2:20 AM Friday, April 1, 1994
Subject: rasta don't work for some CIA

Actually, I was just wondering if anyone has a nice copy of this recent (3-26)
Irving Plaza show. I'd love a DAT or master/1st gen on analog. I have alot of
very nice DMB on analog and some interesting DATs too. I send a list to those
interested, just let me know. Thanks alot. Also, I've often conceived of the
FloodZone (my DMB home) as "The Warehouse" and I find it a bit nitpicky to
expend the energy to bring the understood difference between Carter and Bill
and Mickey. I think that it was habit to use the notation of drumz and not a
willful attempt to conflate these two separate artists. I'd love to hear NY,
thanks!
Eric Hesse


Posted By: EWHESSE@AMHERST.BITNET
Time/Date: 2:23 AM Friday, April 1, 1994
Subject: editing...

Insert "to light" after Mickey, thanks.
Eric


Posted By: cgf2d@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 6:12 AM Friday, April 1, 1994
Subject: Warehouse

I'm trying to think back in time..."Warehouse" was written before
Dave ever started playing shows at the Floodzone, wasn't it? I
may be wrong, but I'm just guessing...

This is the first time I've posted here--only been lurking for a
while--but I was wondering if anyone had any shows from the days
when Pete was with the band that they'd be interested in sharing.
I'd love to get a copy of my favorite DMB song--unfortunately, I
never caught the name, but they used to play it all the time when
Pete was around. For my part, I can offer a trade from a small
list of DMB recordings, blank tapes, or maybe we can arrange
something else?? I'd appreciate anyone interested getting in
touch with me! Thanks!

--Cindy


Posted By: jrs@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu
Time/Date: 9:42 AM Friday, April 1, 1994
Subject: eddie from ohio

unlike dmb, eddie from ohio HAS been to austin recently. twice even. i
caught their most recent show and thought it was well worth my money. (ok,
so it was free.) but seriously, they're an entertaining acoustic quartet.
eddie, the namesake, is the drummer. no full-blown drum kit, he plays congas
and various and sundry other percussion items. there's a female lead singer
who really has a good voice and then 2 other guys on guitar who also do 
some singing. some serious tunes and some comic relief. might want to
try and catch them at that w&m dmb show while you're there.

jen


Posted By: mxgall@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 10:05 AM Friday, April 1, 1994
Subject: QG&G...

    Sorry about that...a flash of stupidity overcame me.  The
benefit was 3/10/93.  Thanks...

--Mike


Posted By: gspice@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 3:27 PM Friday, April 1, 1994
Subject: Vandy/Nashville show

Does anyone know exactly where they're playing at Vandy or how I could 
find out?  They didn't know at the 1800 number.  Help.
  
BTW the Oxford, Miss. show was great.  I don't think that I have ever 
heard them do Ants with the drum intro.  I think that they did it because 
the people there (Ol' Miss and Rhodes, mainly) had only heard the CD.  
But, excellent performance.  Have crisp trape, will trade for Phish at 
Wolf Trap last summer or for any WSP boots.  Graham


Posted By: chico@merle.acns.nwu.edu
Time/Date: 8:20 PM Friday, April 1, 1994
Subject: DRUMZ

Hey,

When I wrote "Drumz-->"
in the Irving Plaza setlists I was just refering that there was a drum solo
in between the songs.  I thought I should note this because they don't do
those every time.  Sorry to scare you.

                Drums/Space----now I am getting annoyed!

(although they do Drums/Sax!!!!)

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Posted By: chico@merle.acns.nwu.edu
Time/Date: 8:27 PM Friday, April 1, 1994
Subject: Drumz (again)

I was also just a cool way to spell it

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             Brian (who's not picky!)


Posted By: bobgee@merle.acns.nwu.edu
Time/Date: 4:02 PM Saturday, April 2, 1994
Subject: looking for 12/7/93, 2/21/94

Hey all,
I'm looking for crisp copies of the 12/7/93 show at Trax with TR and the 2/21
(I think) show at the Birchmere with Dave and Tim. Have some nice DMB, WSP,
and Phish. Thanks.
Bob
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