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August 1420, 1994

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Posted By: jhprog@infi.net
Time/Date: 5:07 PM Sunday, August 14, 1994
Subject: hampton

Here's the Hampton setlist for any and all that may be interested.

Two-Step, Best Of What's Around, Dancing Nancies, Warehouse, Satellite, 
#36, Song That Jane Likes, Tripping Billies, Say Goodbye, Minarets, 
Watchtower, Pay For What You Get, Nature->Recently (w/ Pretty...)

Fantastic show.  Tapes are near perfect with the exception of Jeff's dat 
running out of tape on the intro to Minarets.  We ought to chip in and 
buy him some 120s instead of the 60 he used last night or the 90 in 
Richmond. 

dgp

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Posted By: gilde@halcyon.com
Time/Date: 11:49 PM Monday, August 15, 1994
Subject: seattle 7/17/94

Hello.  I live in the Northwest  - a bit removed from the whole DMB
scene.  Dave Matthews Band played up here for the first time last month
and I made a soundboard recording that came out well.  I have no idea
how much interest there is in this thing, but I want to get it out into
circulation if people want it.  If there is enough interest, I will
organize a tree.  If not, then I will just set up individual trades.
If you're interested, send me email and let me know if you can go
DAT->DAT, DAT->cass, cass->cass or what.  If there is enough interest,
I will make a proper tree announcement and get more detailed
information from everyone.

Here are the specifics:

Dave Matthews Band
7/17/94
The Backstage, Seattle, WA

stereo soundboard -> Denon DTR-80P DAT
approx. 2 hours.  Fits on a 2 hour DAT or 1.5 C90 cassette sides.

Songs:

instr. (sorry, I can't ID)
One Sweet World
Warehouse
The Song That Jane Likes
Dancing Nancies
Pay For What You Get
Lie in our Graves
Jimi Thing
Seek Up
Tripping Billies
All Along The Watchtower
Satellite
Ants Marching

Encore: (without Boyd)
I'll Back You Up
Recently

Boyd got his violin smashed going through a 2-way swinging kitchen door
to get to his dressing room before the encore.

I was not on this mailing list in July so I don't know if there was any
discussion at the time of this show.  It was a party for RCA/BMG area
reps from around the country, who were in Seattle for a meeting.  They
rented the Backstage (one of Seattle's top clubs) and bused in all the
record company weenies (including the president of RCA).  The plan was
to open the doors to the general public at midnite.  DMB started very
late - at about 11:50, so the general public only missed about 10
minutes.  My DAT, however, is complete.  The record company buses left
part way through the DMB set, leaving about 130 people who had come to
the club because of word-of-mouth.  It was my first DMB show, but
compared to the other tapes I have heard, it was a good show (actually
all the shows I have heard were good).

Rob


Posted By: jhprog@infi.net
Time/Date: 6:49 PM Tuesday, August 16, 1994
Subject: ever notice the similarity?

Is this the Forrest Gump net?



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Posted By: btanen@netspace.students.brown.edu
Time/Date: 7:55 PM Tuesday, August 16, 1994
Subject: Re: ever notice the similarity?

>Is this the Forrest Gump net?
>

No kidding.  I overheard some girl at the Providence show commenting on how
much Dave with his new haircut looked like Tom Hanks.  Then I was showing
my mom pictures that I took from Superjam and she said the same thing.
Weird.

--Ben

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Posted By: grayp@pinn.net
Time/Date: 12:12 AM Thursday, August 18, 1994
Subject: just a question

just how much is a reasonable fee?


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Posted By: @dewey.montclair.edu:DASSK@saturn.montclair.edu
Time/Date: 1:31 PM Thursday, August 18, 1994
Subject: hi!

I am interested in what songs will be on the new album...

thanks

matt


Posted By: grayp@pinn.net
Time/Date: 11:41 PM Thursday, August 18, 1994
Subject: The Band/Bela Fleck

For those of you who enjoy free concerts:
  Tomorrow (Friday)-The Band is playing for free at Town Point Park in 
Norfolk

Also
Sunday Aug 28 Bela Fleck is doing the same gig.

You can send me questions, but the vast majority of my knowledge is 
contained in the above lines.

Yes, I know this has nothing to do with Dave Matthews or gay bees for 
that matter


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Posted By: CLIFFORDC@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 12:23 AM Friday, August 19, 1994
Subject: noone... is that like boone? daniel gray?

hi?
kinda slow?
lonely?
sorrowful?

guess what.
no, really, guess what everybody...
this blaic kambill guy has returned:
  a)himself
   and
  b) (this one's the most inmportant:) 
   my 11/17/92 trax tapes for which i was long seeking and longing for over
   his dead soul.

into my greedy hands they go...

anyone miss peter's mighty keyboard solo as jimithing was rounding out?
huh?
huh?

alex crothers ma man... you back from journeyville yet?
get in touch....

smiles and 
 peppermint schnapps over vanilla ice cream.....
     clare emily swan

                               

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Posted By: @mwbbmsg.attmail.com:rie!4399
Time/Date: 5:06 PM Friday, August 19, 1994
Subject: Has anyone heard of these bands?

Saw a couple bands recently and wanted to know if anyone out there had seen 
them or had an opinion.

Jambay

Rusted Root

I would appreciate any and all comments\feedback\opinions.


Posted By: grayp@pinn.net
Time/Date: 5:26 PM Friday, August 19, 1994
Subject: Re: Has anyone heard of these bands?

Dear < >,
Has Jambay made it to the east coast yet?

They are fantastic & do some cool acoustic stuff as well.

Anyone going to the Birchmere?


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Posted By: NebuIous@aol.com
Time/Date: 6:02 PM Friday, August 19, 1994
Subject: Don't drink me man! I'm lemonade! Don't drink me!

Hee hee oh my memories of 9th grade (read: 2 year ago) coming back.  wozers,
HST was right all along.

     "When the going gets weird,
      The weird turn pro."
                            -Raoul Duke, or
                             Hunter S. Thompson


Anyways.

I'm back.

Dumbo face writes (cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu):

>anyways.....Dave storming France with Ben kinda scares me but then again..

I did nothing to disgrace the good name of dmb. except maybe piss my cousin
off by playing them too much.  She likes nine inch nails & dance music. poor
lost soul.

Something interesting for guitarists who like Phish as well as DMB:

WHEN YOU GO AWAY DON'T BRING PHISH!
Ben's Wisdom: While suffering guitarwithdrawl, which I did for oh, 18 of the
19 days I spent in the depths of europe, DON'T listen to a band fueled by the
antics of extremely talented guitarists... in otherwords, the Trey anatasio's
of the world.

instead, listen to a band where it is much easier to forget the guitar and
listen to boyd,carter,leroi,stefan.

boy, what a waste of space this is becoming!!

Satan writes (stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu):

>ohhhhhhh, the children of today's society....wicked.  WICKED, i

Alright Mr. Buchanan, stop this slandering of Rick's semi-good name.  Well,
at least he doesn't have dirt and mold on his nameplate.

Patrick Buchanan = worse than reagan&bush put together with celery sticks
(for flavor, of course).

SOMEONE SEND ME MINARETS DIGEST #243!  The nazi's over here at AOL CENTRAL
have informed me that i can't get it through this account (?).  Anyway.

'don't shit where they're not supposed to, don't take what's not theres....'

just another memo from the cellar,

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*  "To never listen to the voice of memory     *  --   Ben Sterling  --  *
*      Is to die waiting for nothing."         * --  Nebuious@aol.com -- *
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Posted By: NebuIous@aol.com
Time/Date: 6:02 PM Friday, August 19, 1994
Subject: #36 lyrics??

CLARE ARE YOU ON CRACK (i guess not actually)?

how can anyone have the lyrics, verse wise, to #36?  I versions i have (3 or
4?), are almost all made up on the spot, considering some of the things he
says... while in europe, i listened to dave constantly, and in one version
(3/26/94, thanks brian) he uses that kinda cheesy "lets smoke another one,
get high bla bla bla", which I've heard him use in Say Goodbye (acoustic that
is)... not a great thing in my opinion to use in a song dedicated to a high
ranking ANC official.

Ho hum.

'i change by not changing at all'

hmm. maybe that will be my new sig. hoo hoo.  eric is getting pretty boring.

ben

just another memo from the cellar,

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Posted By: caw9c@dayhoff.med.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 6:33 PM Friday, August 19, 1994
Subject: trade anyone?

Hi,
It's been so long since I have seen dave that I am getting a
little antsy.  I don't think I can hold out until the new album.
If anyone has any high quality SBDs of DMB they would like to
trade I have a few nice tapes to offer.
Charlie


Posted By: NebuIous@aol.com
Time/Date: 11:54 AM Saturday, August 20, 1994
Subject: #36 Transcription (Was there any doubt?)

#36 -
---

Since "ya'll" stoopid Suthnuh's have been discussing the LYRICS to #36 (why
don't you guys and gals just go listen to the black crowes or something like
the rest of "ya'll"), I figured I'd transcribe.  I've known how to play this
song for a while because uh... it's uh... easy.  Probably one of the easier
DMB songs.  Considering there is one guitar part througout the ENTIRE song, I
figured I would add some horn/violin parts for your viewing enjoyment.  I'm
doing this from memory and at the same time listening to "Help Myself" (I'm
making yet another mix for a friend), so mistakes are inevitable.


    F         C

e-------------------------|
B-------------------------|
G------10-9------9-7------|
D--------------------10---|
A---8---------------------|
E-------------8-----------|


That's about it for the whole song.  He uses variations like crazy, but
that's the general skeleton.



So, the melody after each chorus:


e------------------------------------13-13-12-10-----|
B--------8----------10-8-------8-----------------13--|
G---9-10---9---9-10-------9-10---9-------------------|
D----------------------------------------------------|
A----------------------------------------------------|
E----------------------------------------------------|


Ben, new sig when i get back to new york on friday


just another memo from the cellar,

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*  "To never listen to the voice of memory     *  --   Ben Sterling  --  *
*      Is to die waiting for nothing."         * --  Nebuious@aol.com -- *
*              -Eric Schenkman                 *  --   New York, NY  --  *
**************************************************************************


Posted By: CLIFFORDC@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 2:33 PM Saturday, August 20, 1994
Subject: more thirty-six schtuff

well, for those jonesing souls out there, one (i repeat ONE) version of #36
will be in the lyrics file which will be sent out by the ever-stunningly
faq/lyrics administrator upon his return to harrisonburg, but most likely after
school's pretty much in everywhere for those poor sorry people who have to rely
on institutions such as these for net/mailaccess (like i'm one to speak...)
speaking fo which.. i've spoken enough.

ps...
jason... tapes went out thursday. wink.

                               
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                   back to the life i'm supposed to be living'

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