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Posted By: nebuious@aol.com
Time/Date: 9:53 AM Sunday, April 3, 1994
Subject: Finally!

Hey guys, I'm not even sure if I'm posting this to the correct address...
it's just a guess. :)

Anyway, I FINALLY got my first DMB tapes (from the 6/28/93 tree), and had
very little time to listen to it... I listened to the first set, and it
sounded good if a little misguided in some sections... the only song I really
liked was Watchtower, which isn't even by them...

Well, for the last two weeks, I was in Italy, and I just threw in set 2
hopping I'd be able to give a closer listen.

And I did.
And it was great.

I truly like them now.  The composition of each tune is exceptional, and the
drummer... my GOD what is up with him?? I remeber this discussion on the
HORDE net before I heard them: that he was the greatest drummer on the horde
scene.

Amen to that.  What an incredible, tasteful drummer. :)

Anyway, just wanted to tell you all that you have another DMB fan in your
midst (actually, I've been here the whole time).

Ben

just another memo from the cellar,

**************************************************************************
*       "Ignorance is bliss...        *  Ben Sterling --  New York, NY   *
*  problem solved with just one key." *  Nebuious@aol.com                *
*          -Living Colour             *  The cellar is filled with snow! *
**************************************************************************p


Posted By: nebuious@aol.com
Time/Date: 1:41 PM Sunday, April 3, 1994
Subject: Remember 2 Things

Hi all, I've been fairly lazy lately an dhave two questions about the CD:

a) Is it still available?

b) Do they ship it UPS (please say they don't)?

c) Can I make my own lil' form for the credit card order, or do I have to
print it out?

:)

Ben

just another memo from the cellar,

**************************************************************************
*       "Ignorance is bliss...        *  Ben Sterling --  New York, NY   *
*  problem solved with just one key." *  Nebuious@aol.com                *
*          -Living Colour             *  The cellar is filled with snow! *
**************************************************************************c


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 5:45 PM Sunday, April 3, 1994
Subject: new welcome message: suggestion?/correction?/additions?

this is the new updated and expanded welcome message (this is the thing 
you get when you first subscribe to minarets).  any 
suggestions/corrections/additions are appreciated.  let me know, i'll 
officially make this the welcome message in a couple of days....

alex crothers
------------------

/\/\/\/\/\/\THIS IS WHERE YOU SHOULD START READING/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\

First off, let me just say a word about the above description....basically 
there is nothing above this line that is of any use to you as a list 
subscriber.  Please disregard the suggestion to change your password.  
I'd also pay no attention to its use.  The password is used in something 
called ILP (Interactive ListProctor).  ILP holds the statistics for this 
mailing list and nothing more. 

If you are a first time/new computer/email user then I'd suggest 
forgetting you ever heard of ILP...however, if you've got a bug to learn 
more, be my guest and check it out and more power to you.... but i doubt 
you'll find much that's useful..... 

To get *useful* things like a dave matthews FAQ, lyric file, interview, 
netter's list, chord file, ect....then read on.

By the way, my name is alex crother (jcrother@moose.uvm.edu) and if 
you ever have questions or need help contact me.  I want to make one 
last suggestion before we get to the good stuff: read this Welcome 
Message in its entirety.  It contains alot of helpful information 
that will save you and me alot of grief down the road.

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WELCOME TO MINARETS.NET...the one and only place to become a 
Dave Matthews know it all.  Minarets Net was started at the University 
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posts are sent to the minarets address.  Although confusing at first it 
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/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\
...The Members:
Dave Matthews -- guitar, vocals (amazing voice!)
Carter Beauford -- percussion, vocals  (jam on!)
Stefan Lessard -- bass (thump and grind, and he's 18!!)
LeRoi Moore -- woodwinds (esp saxophone!!, flute), vocals
Boyd Tinsley -- violin (read: FIDDLE!!!), vocals
..
...The Band:
The Dave Matthews Band draws from the distinct talents and styles
of its five members to create a uniquely compelling pop sound
that combines the influences of folk, jazz, rock, world beat, and
reggae.  Some of it seems like a cross between Bob Dylan, Hot
Tuna, and Michael Stipe, parts are remniscent of a funky Miles
Davis, and parts sound like the Seldom Scene and Ziggy Stardust
mixed together. In an unknown show in the spring of 93, Dave
described the song "One Sweet World" as a sort of "Virginia
country funk," which is yet another way of inadequately describing
their unique sound.
...Dave Matthews, the band's namesake and formerly a Charlottes-
ville bartender, began assembling the group in 1991.  A self-
taught guitarist and an inspiring poet from South Africa,
Dave Mathews has said that the goal of his music is "lifting
spirits" and this band reaches that goal.
...Carter Beauford, a past regular on BET (Black Entertainment
Television) and son of a jazz trumpet player, helps tie the band's
various elements together.
...Stefan has played upright bass in clubs  since he was 15, was 16
when DMB was formed, and continues to get more powerful and controlled
every show.
...LeRoi has played with Carter and John D'Earth around Charlottesville for 
years; the man can jam!!
....Last, but certainly not least, Boyd Tinsley: he doesn't like
to sing (but sounds great when he does), but man can he play that
fiddle!  At three HORDE shows this summer, as well as at the Red
Rocks Amphitheatre, the crowd went NUTS each time Boyd appeared.
Boyd played as wonderfully to that crowd of some 9,000 in July as
he did on a lawn, in the rain, for ten folks sitting in grass
last May.  He's cool-natured and friendly beyond belief; all he
wants is to play, and boy can he!  You ain't heard Watchtower
until you've heard the DMB's arrangement with Boyd's SMOKING
solo!
courtesy of: Ellis (of Lemuria) Goddard: jeg5s@virginia.edu 

/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\What about the albums?\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/

The first Bama Rags Records disc (0001) is called "Remember Two Things." 
(R2T) It was released on November 9, 1993.

     Ants Marching/Tripping Billies/Recently/Satellite/One Sweet World/The 
     Song That Jane Likes/Minarets/Seek Up/I'll Back You Up/Christmas Song.

  The songs were recorded at Trax in Charlottesville, Flood Zone (Richmond),
  The Muse (Nantucket) and one studio track, "Minarets," was recorded at Flat
  Five Studios in Salem, VA. Joh Alagia produced the disc along with the 
  band.

Their second Bama Rags Records (0003) disc, "Recently", was released in 
March, 1994.

     Recently, Dancing Nancies, Warehouse, All Along the Watchtower, 
     Halloween 

  This album is only available through Bama Rags Records which means one can 
  only get a copy of it at a live show or from Dave Matthews mail order 
  merchandise.  This 5 song CD was released by the band in an effort to 
  give the fans something before the band's first major label recording.  

  Recently is a mix-down/edit of the orginal from RT2.  Dancing Nancies 
  and Warehouse are acoustic versions featuring Tim Reynolds, recorded at 
  The Birchmere: Arlington, VA, February 21, 1994.  Watchtower and 
  Halloween were recorded live at Trax, Charlottesville, VA, February 22, 
  1994.

/\/\/\/\/\\/\/\/\/\\/\/How Do I Get Shit From DMB?/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/

Management and Booking by Coran Capshaw for Red Light Management
PO Box 1911 
Charlottesville, VA 22903
804 971 8117

Merchandise and Ticket orders
PO Box 1911
Charlottesville, VA  22903
1 800 594 TIXX

  Management has set up a special ticket hotline in their office.  Most, 
  but not necessarily all, tickets are available from the 1-800 number.  
  Dave Matthews Band, in an effort to keep ticket prices low and not have 
  to deal with Ticket Bastard (master), are selling tickets out of the 
  office.  Use this! It's a tremendous service that the band has set up to 
  serve its fans better.

/\/\/\/\/\/\/\How Do I Get DMB Files from Minarets?/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\

INTERVIEW/ARTICLE File:
Clare emily Clifford
email: cecliff@vt.edu
   Containing all(?) Dave Matthews Band and related interviews and articles.

LYRICS File:
Rick Thompson, Gregg Carrier and Brett Horton
email: stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu
    Containing most(?) transcribed lyrics of DMB's songs.  In your request, 
    specify whether you want a single copy of the file, or if you want to be 
    added to a permanent mailing list.

NETTER'S LIST File:
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email: stu_gcarrie@vax1.acs.jmu.edu 
    Containing a list of most(?) internet users employing Minarets Net.  
    Fill out one of these if you are a new subscriber to minarets. 

FAQ(Frequntly Asked Questions) File:
Rick Thompson
email: stu_rcthomps@vax1.acs.jmu.edu
    Containing a list of everything you would ever want to know (and 
    probably a litttle more) about the Dave Matthews Band.


Posted By: SEAWA@vax.rhodes.edu
Time/Date: 3:59 AM Monday, April 4, 1994
Subject: Re: MINARETS digest 133

  Having fairly recently become a Dave head, I'm only just now beginning
to pick apart teh characteristics of each of the band members, and how
they're all different yet fit together quite nicely to produce the tight
music they do.  I've just returned from a three-show stretch, and having
taped them for my own master copies for the first time (with a borrowed
three-head deck) I've realized I can no longer survive life further w/o
a deck of my own for this summer.  I'm asking around the nets I check
regularly for any info leading to a good deal (for a typically poorly
college student) on a probably used 3head-3motor deck.  I haven't
taken the time to check the for-sale echos yet, because I'm not too
familiar with the Usenet newsgroups (advice on good groups to peruse
would be much appreciated as well)
  Thanks in advance,
--Will Seay


Posted By: mnewton@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 10:59 AM Monday, April 4, 1994
Subject: setlists and trades

 does anyone have a setlist for the Wetlands concert in New York City 
from back last July??? also.  If anyone is interested in trading for some 
Panic, DMB, or Phish drop me a note.   Finally, how about a setlist from 
Brown's Island??,   Matt


Posted By: btanen@husc.harvard.edu
Time/Date: 11:27 AM Monday, April 4, 1994
Subject: Re: setlists and trades

On Mon, 4 Apr 1994, Matthew C. Newton wrote:

>  does anyone have a setlist for the Wetlands concert in New York City 
> from back last July??? also.  If anyone is interested in trading for some 
> Panic, DMB, or Phish drop me a note.   Finally, how about a setlist from 
> Brown's Island??,   Matt
> 
> 

This message has several purposes:
	1. To tell you all that I'm back on the net after a relaxing week 
off, and that despite my better judgment I bought a ticket to see the 
Samples with DMB opening.  Dave and crew STILL have not played a full 
show in the Boston area.  What did I do wrong?  Twenty-three bucks to see 
an hour of Dave?  And you know it'll be a heavily R2T set.  ARGH!
	2. To tell Matt the setlist that he needs (I think you'll all 
find it mildly interesting).
	3. To also ask about Brown's Island.  HOW WAS IT?????????

Anyway, we begin:

7/22/93 DMB @ Wetlands
set 1:
Billies
Graves
One Sweet
Granny
Seek Up
Recently
Ants

(check this part out, you all):
bettween sets (Sean Kelly-- from the Samples-- and Boyd T.):
Nothing Lasts
Seany Boy
Did You Ever Look So Nice

set 2:
Warehouse
Jane
Nancies
Reflections
Satellite
Typical
WWUS

encore:
Halloween

--> True to form, someone in the audience was yelling "Steve-O" all night.


--Ben


Posted By: kmk4g@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 12:31 PM Monday, April 4, 1994
Subject: personal to gregg

Gregg, could you write me?  My mail isn't getting through to you, so i must
have a wrong address.
    ---Kerry             **Two days in the saddle, you know my body hurt; 
                                     it being summer, I took off my shirt,
                        and I tried to wipe off some of that dusty dirt.**
***Look who's in the freezer***


Posted By: bpwalsh@gibbs.oit.unc.edu
Time/Date: 4:12 PM Monday, April 4, 1994
Subject: brown's island

i feel jealous for anyone that lives in richmond, va - that's where the 
brown's island festival was, and it was amazingly beautiful - beautiful 
island, beautiful weather, beautiful view, beautiful women, beautiful 
music!  dave's set was pretty R2T, but he opened w/ two step (not heard 
in a long time), and also played best of what's around i think, and my 
personal favorite #36.  but NO jams or improvs.  too bad.  great 
atmosphere and place for a concert. everything opened and was pretty 
good, and i don't care much for widespread, but they jammed pretty hard 
nonetheless. anyone going to raleigh 4 blues traveler/DMB or phish/DMB in 
winston? meet me somewhere.later on.....


Posted By: cecliff@vt.edu
Time/Date: 4:43 PM Monday, April 4, 1994
Subject: easter 94; browns isl...

 good show. it was relly nice.  i enjoyed everything, but was too busy 
working the show to get to watch them jam... i just heard them, but they 
were very impressive.  got injured on the job (cut my thumb open & sliced 
the digital nerve....) anyway... i ended up getting first aid from dave's 
bus, passed out from blood loss, woke up to 'best of what's around' and 
dave's girlfriend dragging me back to the bus to get orange juice... it was 
a great show despite my injury...  got to see my jmu buds... and it was a 
beautiful day.  sun, sunburn, happiness... wow... couldn't have asked for 
a better place for the show, and couldn't have asked for a nicer day.  
someone will have to post the setlist...  but 'two step' was a great 
surprise... especially for opening the show... and i was shocked to hear 
'best'.   truly shocked.  anyone hear why the band was so late to arrive?
hey... when you feel terrific- notify your face!
clare emily
******************************************************************************                    
     'i was wondering where the ducks go when the lagoon got all icy and         
      frozen over.  i wondered if some guy came in a truck and took them 
           away to a zoo or something.  or if they just flew away.'
                               cecliff@vt.edu
******************************************************************************


Posted By: Daniel_Gold@Brown.edu
Time/Date: 6:31 PM Monday, April 4, 1994
Subject: irving.plaza,.NYC....and.New.Daisy,.Memphis,.shows....

just.got.back.from.my.wonderful.spring.break------caught.two.dmb.shows!

the.first.was.Irving.Plaza.on.3/26.........good.show,.mediocre.crowd.(there.
were.a.lot.of.people.talking.DURING.the.show,.particularly.quiet.parts.(i.e.
Dave.solo.bits).......the.encore.seemed.like.it.was.soooooo.long.....pardon,
.but.i.don't/exact;y/remember.all.the.details....like.dave.says,."smoke.my.m
ind.....makes.me.feel.better.for.a.while".....anyway,.dave.did.some.solo.stu
ff.during.the.encore....there.were.a.couple.of.songs.i.didn't.know.....steph
an.was.standing.in.a.bad.place.that.caused.him.to.be.largely.hidden.from.the
.whole.right.side.of.the.club.

the.memphis.show.was.much.better,.although.NYC.was.good.....the.memphis.show
.was.REALLY/REALLY.good...........first,.there.was.an.opening.band.(i.think.
named."yow"),,they.were.a.space-band,,,kinda.like.a.whole.show.of.just.SPACE
,,,,.i.enjoyed.it,.although.most.of.the.crowd.payed.no.attention.and.seemed.
disappointed...........DMB.played.two.sets....memphis.apparently.has.a.curfe
w,.so.all.the.18&under.fans.were.asked.to.leave.at.midnight.(during.the.set.
break)...........the.set-up.of.the.New.Daisy.club.is.pretty.cool,.imo---it's
.pretty.big,.has.a.nice.dark.balcony.with.comfy.seats.and.a.good.view.of.the
.stage,.and.the.floor.level.has.occasional.railings.that.divide.up.the.floor
----i.like.the.railings,.because.they.seem.to.prevent.much.crowd.surfing/vio
lent.dancing,.yet.they.allow.a.lot.of.extra."dead.space".so.everyone.can.spr
ead.out.a.bit,.dance,.and.more.people.can.have.simi-front-row.places.to.stan
d...(sorry,.that.was.a.very.poor.description)...oh,.and.the.background.behin
d.the.stage.is.really.cool-----it.looks.like.a.street.with.some.buildings,.i
t's.all.in.3-D.,.not.drawn.or.anything.there's.a.door.that.leads.backstage,.
but.it.looks.like.the.door.to.a.store.in.the.background.and.the.door.says."P
ee.Wee.Saloon"........okay,.so.the.first.set.was.GOOD,.i.particularly.enjoye
d.the.JANE,.and.the.#36........second.set.was.a.world.all.it's.own......the.
band.was.really.jamming.second.set......highlights.included.Typical.Situatio
n,.dave's.lead.guitar.in.JIMI,.and.*awesome*.versions.of.EXODUS.and.NANCIES.

here.is.the.setlist.from.Memphis,.3/31/94

{I}
SeekUp
Tripping
Jane
Sattelite
Granny
#36
Recently
Watchtower

{II}
Minerets-->
        TypicalSituation
Warehouse
Jimi
Exodus
Nancies
Ants

{encore}
OneSweet

well,.that's.all.for.now..........umm,.who.out.there.taped.the.Irving.show?.
....i.have.a."connection".to.get.a.copy.of.memphis.already,.but.i'd.like.to.
get.a.copy.of.NYC.as.well.....just.get.in.touch.with.me.if.you.have.the.3/26
.tape.and.you'd.like.to.trade......

(sorry.if.that.was.too.long.a.post.for.some.of.your.tastes)

love,daniel


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Posted By: Daniel_Gold@Brown.edu
Time/Date: 8:08 PM Monday, April 4, 1994
Subject: DMB.merchandise.question

at.the.memphis.show,.i.picked.up.a.little."catalog".of.DMB.merchandise.....
it.pictures/describes.FOUR.kinds.of.hats----corduroy,.soft.chamois,.twill,.a
nd.toboggan.

flipping.over.to.the.order.form,.i.see.only.THREE.kinds.of.hats--no.toboggan
!!!!!!!
well,.my.little.sister.(age:14).wants.a.DMB.toboggan,.and.i.don't.know.how.m
uch.they're.supposed.to.cost.or.if.they're.actually.available!!!!!!

does.anyone.know?
was.the.t-hat.just.accidently.left.off.the.order.form?

(oh,.a.bit.more.about.my.little.sis---she.seems.to.like.SeekUp.and.Granny.th
e.most.......she's.taking.guitar.lessons.and.i.sent.her.a.printed.copy.of.th
e.chords.file,.which.she.took.to.her.guitar.instructor-----she's.trying.to.l
earn.dave's.tricks!)

(and.she'd.thank.you.if.you.told.me.how.to.get.her.a.toboggan.hat!)

love,daniel


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 11:18 PM Monday, April 4, 1994
Subject: brown's island..

first of all, i could brag and tell everyone that i worked this show
straight through and got to hang out back stage with cool roadies and
drink not enuff beer, but i won't, because it really, really, really
sucked in a heinous way.  we were WAY overworked, but that's a completely
separate bitch session....let's just say i'm in a lot of pain right now
and i'm not doing anything to make me hurt....it just HURTS!!!!!!!!!

as far as the show goes, i was completely blown away by everything,
personally.  i'm really glad that i live in harrisonburg, a place
they come to hang-out(with instruments in hand, of course) frequently.
they also got to play an extra half hour because dave band was so late
getting there.  
as far as the set goes, i was not terribly impressed.
they played best, but i can think of better places for them to bring
back such a sought after song.  opening with two-step was one of the
few highlights of the show.  here's some of the other songs they played,
but i wasn't very close to the stage because i had to work security at
this back gate, which was pretty cool, because by 3 yesterday afternoon,
i was not in the mood to deal with living things....

(i know the first two are in the right place, and they did finish with
tripping billies, but the rest of the order is a little arbitrary, and
i may leave some stuff out.)

two step
ants
jane's song (with leroi jamming during an extended finish)
satellite
#36
best 
minarets
tripping billies

did i forget anything?  pretty short, eh?  kinda sucks that they didn't
play seek up, recently, one sweet world(did they?), i'll back you up,
and christmas song.   ;)

as for widespread, i took up a security post front and center, so i got
to see john bell's guitar playing up close and personal (this is the
rhythm guitarist, not the lead guitarist) and was utterly blown away.
(he even plays the same guitar as dave.)  you couldn't hear him for 
shit, but watching him gave me a new found respect for widespread, a
band i love anyway.  a couple of their jams were absolutely sickening
(papa's home......).  and their bongo player was so cool.  he just sat
there beating on things for two hours.  what a way to make a living....

wow, i just realized that it's 11:15, and i have to read for mass com,
so i'll see ya'll at lexington.  i'll be working security there, too,
prolly up front and center during phish.  

this rambling of humble opinions has been brought to you by:
======================================================================
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).
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Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 11:41 PM Monday, April 4, 1994
Subject: Re: brown's island..

On Mon, 4 Apr 1994, uberschallgeschwindigkeitsflugzeug wrote:

> 
> (i know the first two are in the right place, and they did finish with
> tripping billies, but the rest of the order is a little arbitrary, and
> i may leave some stuff out.)
> 
> two step
> ants
> jane's song (with leroi jamming during an extended finish)
> satellite
> #36
> best 
> minarets
> tripping billies
> 
> did i forget anything?  pretty short, eh?  kinda sucks that they didn't
> play seek up, recently, one sweet world(did they?), i'll back you up,
> and christmas song.   ;)
> 
I'm going off memory too, but I do know that they played One Sweet World 
somewhere in the middle, including the long Leroi jam intro. I agree with 
Rick's review, a great show, Widespread was the best I've see them. DId 
arrive late and miss everything, but I'll see 'em this weekend at W&M 
along with Dave and a sshitload of other bands. Hasta.....
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Chris Buford                                   
cbuford@liberty.wlu.edu                       	
Washington and Lee University			 
		

"Take a drink, sit back, relax...."  Dave
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Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 11:44 PM Monday, April 4, 1994
Subject: Tape requests

Hey, 

	Anyone out there got Flood Zone June 16 1993 or July 7, 1993? I 
was at these shows, but hadn't stolen a tape deck by then. I've got the 
rest of the summer shows and other tapes from school shows that I can trade.
	
					Thanx
-------------------------------------------------------------------------
Chris Buford                                   
cbuford@liberty.wlu.edu                       	
Washington and Lee University			 
		

"Take a drink, sit back, relax...."  Dave
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Posted By: @mail.trincoll.edu:sean.berry@mail.trincoll.edu
Time/Date: 12:14 AM Tuesday, April 5, 1994
Subject: Brian Lipman

Brian Lipman,
        I thimk I met you at Irving Plaza, but I was not sober, and my buzz
was not small. I am interested in talking to you about that show, I thought
it was by far one of the better shows I ahve been to, give me a call:
                                sean.berry@mail.trincoll.edu


Posted By: cpb7a@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 5:15 PM Tuesday, April 5, 1994
Subject: Birchmere?

Does anyone out there have the Birchmere
Show with Dave and Tim from Feb. 21?
I'm willing to set up a trade.  Have the 
master from Trax feb 22 and a few good 
Phish shows.

Thanks alot

Chris


Posted By: COGBILLJ@guvax.acc.georgetown.edu
Time/Date: 5:44 PM Tuesday, April 5, 1994
Subject: B's Island, CD

Hey There all,

Brown's island was pretty okay, a little too R2t but oh well.  BEst, 2 
step...very nice.  Sorry about you workers...doesn't sound like it was 
a good day for the helpers.  I was back by the sound board most the 
time trying to avoid the wild drunken moshers up front.  
Moshing--DMB...It just doesn't fit.  Anyhow I got to chat w/ John 
Alagia back there and my friends from the Empty's.

Personally, I'm very impressed w/ the new CD...very pleased.  i keep 
playing the Watchtower over and over...Stephan's bass in the beginning 
is mesmerizing.  Dancing Nanicies w/ Tim is excellent along w/ Dave's 
moaning in his awe of the sweet music which flows from Tim's guitar.  
Also I don't think the flow of the Cd is much of an object.  The fact 
that it is a cd lets you listen to whatever in whichever order you 
like w/o the hassle of rewinding or FFing.

Good stuff.
Jamie Cogbill


Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 6:33 PM Tuesday, April 5, 1994
Subject: More Requests

Hey everybody,

	Anyone out there got a show thats Oct 27 92 at Trax (that's what 
my tape said). It's got a cool instrumental with Peter doing cool 
keyboard work, and a ton of Stefan soloing. If you crank it, you can hear 
dave say "Stefan's tune?" right before it. I lost my copy and don't 
remember where I got it from. Thanx 
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Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 8:58 PM Tuesday, April 5, 1994
Subject: Re: Birchmere?

On Tue, 5 Apr 1994, Christopher Paul Bonavia wrote:
> Does anyone out there have the Birchmere
> Show with Dave and Tim from Feb. 21?
> Thanks alot
> Chris

Birchmere doesn't allow taping/photos.....so, no tapes of the show ..(?)

alex c


Posted By: btanen@husc.harvard.edu
Time/Date: 11:30 PM Tuesday, April 5, 1994
Subject: long shot

okay, here's a funny question . . .
does anyone have my first dave show?  they opened for the sample in NYC 
in april (may?) of last year.  they played satellite and watchtower, but 
i can remember nothing else at present.  this show has sentimental value.

--ben



p.s.-- look for my buddy barry's notes on tonight's show (well, late, 
cause he's coming back to atlanta from athens!)

bye for now.


Posted By: mercp@acpub.duke.edu
Time/Date: 1:16 AM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: Lexinton tickets

I was wondering if anyone has any extra ticket for the April 20 Phish/DMB
show in Lexington for cash or trades.  Thanks  
		Merc Pittinos


Posted By: bmking@mail.wm.edu
Time/Date: 1:23 AM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: Does this tape exist?

Date: October 16, 1993
  At: Lake Matoaka, William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA

If so, please let me know if you have it or who does!  It was my first dmb
show (well, as yet only, but that should change in the next week), and would
love a copy.

Thanks!

Brett

--------------------------------------------------------------------------
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: 1:23 AM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: DMB Shows:

Will anyone be going to either:

4/10 at Lake Matoaka, William & Mary, Williamsburg, VA

or

4/19 at Raleigh, NC

and be taping?  If so, please let me know!  Thanks.

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: jcrother
Time/Date: 8:21 AM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: Re: Birchmere?

On Wed, 6 Apr 1994, Sean Berry wrote:
> >Birchmere doesn't allow taping/photos.....so, no tapes of the show ..(?)
> >
> >alex c
> I know for a fact that John Alagia was taping, so a tape does exist.

of course a tape exists...it's the show they [Alagia] took Nancies and 
Warehouse from for 'Recently'..........i still think you're going to be 
hard pressed to find a tape of this show..... more power to you if you 
do.......

alex c


Posted By: COGBILLJ@guvax.acc.georgetown.edu
Time/Date: 9:37 AM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: Sweet Virginia Funk

I'm pretty sure that the "mystery show" in the spring where Dave was 
describing One Sweet World was 8-4-92 at Trax.  He also says of the 
song "it'll pump your butt pretty good."

Jamie Cogbill


Posted By: kmk4g@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 12:28 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: easbe

I always see lots of complaining about "R2T sets."  The only problem I have
is them opening just about every set with satellite, jane, tripping.  I never
mind Minarets or seek up.  Is anyone else annoyed by the lack of a guitar
intro on Tripping Billies now?     

Also, could someone send me Gregg's address? 
 --Kerry            
         **My hell is the closet, I'm stuck inside---can't see the light**
                      ***Look who's in the freezer***


Posted By: btanen@husc.harvard.edu
Time/Date: 1:56 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: opening sequences

On Wed, 6 Apr 1994, Uncle Ebenezer wrote:

> I always see lots of complaining about "R2T sets."  The only problem I have
> is them opening just about every set with satellite, jane, tripping.  I never
> mind Minarets or seek up.  Is anyone else annoyed by the lack of a guitar
> intro on Tripping Billies now?     

	It the fall, it was One Sweet, Tripping, then Granny.

>  --Kerry            
>          **My hell is the closet, I'm stuck inside---can't see the light**
>                       ***Look who's in the freezer***
>         

--Ben

P.S.: What I mean, at least personally, by 'R2T' is a set where Ants and 
Billies are like supposed to be the highlights.  Argh!  We can hear those 
all the time.  I like to hear some more uncommon stuff-- like I would 
with any band.  Some of the stuff on the album, since they have only one 
(1.5 with Granny EP), just seems to be overplayed a bit.
--bdt


Posted By: cbs8e@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 3:24 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: Re: opening sequences

     On 4/6 Ben Tanen refers to a Granny E.P. 

          Can someone fill me in on this mystery e.p.


Posted By: HAUSERBT@pine.circa.ufl.edu
Time/Date: 6:30 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: Question forwarded from Horde net...

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From: "James T. Orsega" <jo1n+@andrew.cmu.edu>
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Subject: HORDE SHOWS
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The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette mentioned that the HORDE show this year will
feature:

Allman Brothers
Blooze Travluh
BHT
+5 other bands  (hopefully WSP, DMB, Allgood at least) 

(8 bands is bigger than it ever was!)

To me, it sound like HORDE is expanding.  I don't know if the other 5
bands will include local (read: unannounced) bands, etc. Last year the
lineup for Pittsburgh was BT, WSP, BHT, ARU, Allgood, Samples.  It was
totally unannounced that Rusted Root would play.

Does anyone know the odds of DMB playing at HORDE?


-TIM

Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh, PA)
orsega+@cmu.edu
jo1n+@andrew.cmu.edu


Posted By: cbuford@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 7:43 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: Re: easbe

On Wed, 6 Apr 1994, Uncle Ebenezer wrote:

> I always see lots of complaining about "R2T sets."  The only problem I have
> is them opening just about every set with satellite, jane, tripping.  I never
> mind Minarets or seek up.  Is anyone else annoyed by the lack of a guitar
> intro on Tripping Billies now?     
> 
I highly miss the guitar intro, dave's wailing voice was killer. The 
thing we need to realize is that alot of shows were "R2T" before the 
album came out, we just didn't know it. Anyone remember the good 2001 
ants intro? 
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Posted By: bobgee@merle.acns.nwu.edu
Time/Date: 7:47 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: DMB in HORDE?

I noticed someone asking about the chances of Dave playing in the HORDE
festival this summer. From what I know from conversations with Dave and
management is that they would love to do it. In an interview last fall with
Dave, he said he would be honored to be invited to the full tour and be able
to jam with the likes of John Popper and Widespread Panic (which of course
he's already done on several occasions). Coran also indicated the band would
jump at an opportunity like that. But that was last fall, so I don't know if
things have changed. With Blues Traveler in this year's HORDE again, I'm sure
Popper would love to have Dave play given DMB's recent HORDEish gigs (playing
with PHiSH and BHT at Red Rocks) and their rise in popularity. I also found it
interesting that the band plans on spending much of May and June in the studio
working on their next album. What happens come July 2? Last year that was the
opening date for HORDE. My guess is they'll do it.

That id on that show by Jamie (?) was correct: 8/4/92 Trax -- Dave explains
One Sweet World as "I wrote a pretty staight-forward song when me and Carter
and Stefan and LeRoi were in my basement a few months ago. And it was a pretty
mellow song and then Carter took it and turned it into the funk... this weird
Virginia mountain funk thing. And so it means well in sensitivity, but it'll
pump yer butt pretty good." .. Dave starts strumming opening chords...
Bob


Posted By: mnewton@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 7:52 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: Phish/Dave

what are the dates for any April shows with Phish, Dave, or both.


I've got a few extras for cash or trades to the Lexington show if anyone 
needs one.  drop me a line.  I could also trade a ticket on the 2oth for 
one on the 19th in Raleigh or any other dates that week.   

matt


Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 8:52 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: birchmere

alagia has dat copies of the show (obviously) and said he would
tape them for me, but that he's really swamped with things to do,
so it may take some time.  i'll be glad to seed a tree for the show
if i ever get the tapes, but i wouldn't expect anything before this
summer.
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                                   matthews band (including a few 
(703) 568-4945                     disjunct lyrics).
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Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 8:57 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: horde this year

i hate the horde.  it's just an ho, but let's look at this logically.
the bands typical of horde are bands that really like to find a groove
and just play.  any one of these bands plays at least 3 hours when
by themselves, and when you try to throw them into a single show with
7 other bands, they won't ever find that groove.  it's sort of like
going 3 days with eating and then scrunching down a single dorito.
it just leaves you thouroughly unfufilled and wanting more.  the only
band i really enjoyed at last years horde was samples, because i
had never seen them before, and wasn't really expecting all that much.
make sense?
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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).
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Posted By: @BROWNVM.BROWN.EDU:ST002314@BROWNVM.BROWN.EDU
Time/Date: 9:05 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: Re: MINARETS digest 140

did i really see someone post that tickets for the samples/dmb show in boston
are gonna be 23 bucks!?!  shit, i figured they would pay me to have to sit
through the samples (no flame intended).  also, whatever happened to those
TBA new england shows next week?  any word?  dave


Posted By: dee3s@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 10:00 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: re: horde this year

. . . yeah but how can argue against a collection of bands like
that?!  Regardless of them getting into a groove or not.  The
bands that played at last summer's horde and that might play this
summer are some of my favorite bands (and some of yours too)
period.  Plus it's such a cool atmosphere . . . like a deadshow .
. . but cooler (esp for those of us non-deadheads).

Just MHO.

Dan


Posted By: jrs@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu
Time/Date: 10:36 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: tangent :)

> To me, it sound like HORDE is expanding.  I don't know if the other 5
> bands will include local (read: unannounced) bands, etc. Last year the
> lineup for Pittsburgh was BT, WSP, BHT, ARU, Allgood, Samples.  It was
> totally unannounced that Rusted Root would play.

well, now HERE'S something that made my ears prick up, so to speak. first
off, pardon my texan-sized ignorance, but what is HORDE?! second, i've
been a fan of rusted root ever since a friend of mine slapped a song on 
a sampler for me. i now own _cruel sun_ but would be very interested in
hearing some more stuff. is this a band that people tape much?


	-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
	 	   jen sansbury ... jrs@ccwf.cc.utexas.edu
     (new job starts april 25. let's finish all tape trades before then!)

 i guess you need an excuse to fall if you're going to pretend to fly at all
	-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-


Posted By: STU_KFCALLAH@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 11:12 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: 2001 ants intro

*whoever asked if they remember the 2001 ants intro*...

I saw that at the first dave show I ever went to, and it made ants my
favorite dave song (then).  Amazing.  I just had to post that...

KFC
Kerry Callahan
stu_kfcallah@vax1.acs.jmu.edu

(Gregg, I can hear you already, shut up me!)


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 11:41 PM Wednesday, April 6, 1994
Subject: Re: 2001 ants intro

i believe they played this at the recent Irving Plaza show (remeber, ? the 
one with half a dozen encores)

i could be wrong but i recently heard the 2001 theme somewhere and it 
wasn't from phish....can anyone confirm or deny this...??

alex crothers


Posted By: Daniel_Gold@Brown.edu
Time/Date: 1:43 AM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: Re: HORDE SHOWS

[this.is.cross-posted]

>Does anyone know the odds of DMB playing at HORDE?
>
>
>-TIM


hmmmmm,.i'd.like.to.get.the.real.scoop.on.this,.but.it.certainly.seems.to.me
.like.they're.trying.for.a.spot.on.HORDE...........anyone.know?

love,daniel


Posted By: brosenh@unix.cc.emory.edu
Time/Date: 5:57 AM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: ATHENS SHOWS

      you all have no idea what you have missed.
        1st the list, then the review.

4-5-94
One Sweet World (much Dave speak at the end)
Recently ("some people do, some people don't" intro-these are lyrics)
Tripping Billies
Jane (Boyd intro instead of LeRoi--Awesome)
Warehouse
Lie in our graves
Watchtower

set 2
Two-step>
Ants Marching
Best of What's Around
Rhyme and Reason!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
What Would You Say
Satellite
Minarets
Subtle Stefan groove jam type thing>
Leroi joins>
Boyd joins>
Carter joins>
somehow, miraculously it turns into>
Seek Up
Halloween


NO ENCORE
just when you thought it couldn't get better
2-6-94
Seek Up
Best of What's Around
Untitled Jam (debut)   This song has no name according to Fenton .
Jane
Dancing Nancies (I've neverever heard it this good)
Lover Lay Down
Warehouse
Tripping

set 2:
Two Step>
Ants Marching
Jimi Thing  (all i can say is that Dave broke a string on the guitar solo)
Rhyme and Reason
Help Myself/Dangerous Hours/Desperate Hours  (Take your pick)
What Would You Say
Minarets (Carter and Dave on the intro vocal rap)
Recently   ("pretty pretty girl", many quotes)

Encore:Satellite


   THE REVIEWS:
     From the lists you can tell these shows were special. All I can say 
is that I've seen DMB over 10 times and have many tapes.  I know what I'm 
talking about.

    The boys have a new tour bus, retiring the trusty red van. LeRoi can 
be seen jammin' on his new alto sax. Black with gold buttons. 

     1st night---- Best Recently I've heard. The boys were playing a 
little sloppy on this set but it made for some great jams. Tripping 
Billies had some new life to it that it needed. The new intro to Jane is 
great. Instead of LeRoicoming in, Boyd plays on the riff for a bit, then 
they both come in with a revised intro--KILLER. The new ending to that 
song stayed (longer). Warehouse is just always great to hear. Carter's 
sportin' those new wood blocks(4 in all i believe) and they are 
incredible! Lie in our graves has a great Carter/ LeRoi jam in the 
middleof the sax jam. And then Watchtower. In between sets, whatever they 
were smoking---they should smoke all the time. Boyd's intro to 2step 
jammed and the son went right into Ants(long version). When they played 
Best, my heart just stopped and I said, "This was all worth it". Rhyme 
and Reason, to my knowledge was played this night for the first time 
since early 1993. Jeff (sound)when they started to play said,"Wow, they 
haven't played this in a while". WWUS was cool because Carter started 
making fun of LeROis solo by playing the exact rhythyms on the drums. At 
that point, LeRoi turned his back to the audience and started playing off 
time shit to through Carter off.It didn't work.  The jam I tried to 
describe before Seek Up was interesting. Dave dropped to the floor to 
fiddle w/ some monitors. Stefan started this three note riff so softly 
that it trook 4 or 5 runs for the audience to hear. I do believe he was 
just playing for himself- but LeRoi started fooling with some blues 
scale, and when Boyd and Carter hear music, there ain't no stoppin' them. 
The jam could be described as Afro/blues/jazz/funk. Then Dave took it 
into Seek Up. Halloween ended the show


   2nd night--
    I really thought they couldn't have done better. I was wrong. This 
show was pro videotaped for the archives. Mics were set up around the 
place to get a good sound. Maybe that's why all the old tunes. Seek Up, 
Best.Best can be spotted by Dave turning around to Carter as they both 
furiously bounce up and down as Carter counts it off. The untitled jam. 
I've heard both 34 and 36. It is neither. Although I've never heard 35, 
the guys I was with had and said it was not that. One dude said that it's 
been played at soundchecks, but never w/ vocals. As far as I know, this 
is the first time they played it. It was short, so they might have just 
been testing it out. It was a slow tune, Boyd soloed, Dave sang 
incoherently. Dancing Nancies has been revamped! Long live Dancing 
Nancies! I was getting tired of the tune until tonite. Can't be 
descvribed. Jimi Thing--- one of my favorites, great as always. Dave's 
solo incorporated notes, not only chords! Long live Dave! Rest of set 
posted above.


If you made it this far in the message, I appreciate your reading 
something that took me awhile to write. Hope all your shows are good ones.

======================================BARRY

"makes me feel better, for a short time" -2/6/94

--BEN , you came down for the wrong shows. sorry.
1st HORDE? keep it.


Posted By: STU_GJCARRIE@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 12:50 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: Ride from Lexington--->Richmond area?

Hi all!

I am looking for a ride for 5 (five) folks from Lexington to the Richmond area
after the show.  We will have to load out the band's equipment, but that should
not take long.  Please help!  Your kindness will be much appreciated...

************ What would you do if I ate your Daddy's shoes? ******************
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Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 1:35 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: repost of dates and a new one too...

Arpil:
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 Matoka Ampitheatre Williamsburg, VA
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
13 Red Rocks Colorado w/ BHT & the monsters and Los Lobos **Sold Out**
(i orginally had this as May 15th, sorry..it's may 15th but it sold out 
anyway :)
14 Red Rocks Colorado: same as above except this one ain't sold out...yet.

alex Crothers


Posted By: brosenh@unix.cc.emory.edu
Time/Date: 1:39 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: Re: ATHENS SHOWS

On Thu, 7 Apr 1994, Barry Ira Rosenhouse wrote:

> 
>       you all have no idea what you have missed.
>         1st the list, then the review.
> 
> 4-5-94
> One Sweet World (much Dave speak at the end)
> Recently ("some people do, some people don't" intro-these are lyrics)
> Tripping Billies
> Jane (Boyd intro instead of LeRoi--Awesome)
> Warehouse
> Lie in our graves
> Watchtower
> 
> set 2
> Two-step>
> Ants Marching
> Best of What's Around
> Rhyme and Reason!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> What Would You Say
> Satellite
> Minarets
> Subtle Stefan groove jam type thing>
> Leroi joins>
> Boyd joins>
> Carter joins>
> somehow, miraculously it turns into>
> Seek Up
> Halloween
> 
> 
> NO ENCORE
> just when you thought it couldn't get better
> 2-6-94
> Seek Up
> Best of What's Around
> Untitled Jam (debut)   This song has no name according to Fenton .
> Jane
> Dancing Nancies (I've neverever heard it this good)
> Lover Lay Down
> Warehouse
> Tripping
> 
> set 2:
> Two Step>
> Ants Marching
> Jimi Thing  (all i can say is that Dave broke a string on the guitar solo)
> Rhyme and Reason
> Help Myself/Dangerous Hours/Desperate Hours  (Take your pick)
> What Would You Say
> Minarets (Carter and Dave on the intro vocal rap)
> Recently   ("pretty pretty girl", many quotes)
> 
> Encore:Satellite
> 
> 
>    THE REVIEWS:
>      From the lists you can tell these shows were special. All I can say 
> is that I've seen DMB over 10 times and have many tapes.  I know what I'm 
> talking about.
> 
>     The boys have a new tour bus, retiring the trusty red van. LeRoi can 
> be seen jammin' on his new alto sax. Black with gold buttons. 
> 
>      1st night---- Best Recently I've heard. The boys were playing a 
> little sloppy on this set but it made for some great jams. Tripping 
> Billies had some new life to it that it needed. The new intro to Jane is 
> great. Instead of LeRoicoming in, Boyd plays on the riff for a bit, then 
> they both come in with a revised intro--KILLER. The new ending to that 
> song stayed (longer). Warehouse is just always great to hear. Carter's 
> sportin' those new wood blocks(4 in all i believe) and they are 
> incredible! Lie in our graves has a great Carter/ LeRoi jam in the 
> middleof the sax jam. And then Watchtower. In between sets, whatever they 
> were smoking---they should smoke all the time. Boyd's intro to 2step 
> jammed and the son went right into Ants(long version). When they played 
> Best, my heart just stopped and I said, "This was all worth it". Rhyme 
> and Reason, to my knowledge was played this night for the first time 
> since early 1993. Jeff (sound)when they started to play said,"Wow, they 
> haven't played this in a while". WWUS was cool because Carter started 
> making fun of LeROis solo by playing the exact rhythyms on the drums. At 
> that point, LeRoi turned his back to the audience and started playing off 
> time shit to through Carter off.It didn't work.  The jam I tried to 
> describe before Seek Up was interesting. Dave dropped to the floor to 
> fiddle w/ some monitors. Stefan started this three note riff so softly 
> that it trook 4 or 5 runs for the audience to hear. I do believe he was 
> just playing for himself- but LeRoi started fooling with some blues 
> scale, and when Boyd and Carter hear music, there ain't no stoppin' them. 
> The jam could be described as Afro/blues/jazz/funk. Then Dave took it 
> into Seek Up. Halloween ended the show
> 
> 
>    2nd night--
>     I really thought they couldn't have done better. I was wrong. This 
> show was pro videotaped for the archives. Mics were set up around the 
> place to get a good sound. Maybe that's why all the old tunes. Seek Up, 
> Best.Best can be spotted by Dave turning around to Carter as they both 
> furiously bounce up and down as Carter counts it off. The untitled jam. 
> I've heard both 34 and 36. It is neither. Although I've never heard 35, 
> the guys I was with had and said it was not that. One dude said that it's 
> been played at soundchecks, but never w/ vocals. As far as I know, this 
> is the first time they played it. It was short, so they might have just 
> been testing it out. It was a slow tune, Boyd soloed, Dave sang 
> incoherently. Dancing Nancies has been revamped! Long live Dancing 
> Nancies! I was getting tired of the tune until tonite. Can't be 
> descvribed. Jimi Thing--- one of my favorites, great as always. Dave's 
> solo incorporated notes, not only chords! Long live Dave! Rest of set 
> posted above.
> 
> 
> If you made it this far in the message, I appreciate your reading 
> something that took me awhile to write. Hope all your shows are good ones.
> 
> ======================================BARRY
> 
> "makes me feel better, for a short time" -2/6/94
> 
> --BEN , you came down for the wrong shows. sorry.
> 1st HORDE? keep it.
> 
> 
Basicaly, the boys were jammin' hard both nights. Much better then the 
Feb. R2T sets.


Posted By: brosenh@unix.cc.emory.edu
Time/Date: 1:41 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: Re: ATHENS SHOWS

On Thu, 7 Apr 1994, Barry Ira Rosenhouse wrote:

> 
> 
> On Thu, 7 Apr 1994, Barry Ira Rosenhouse wrote:
> 
> > 
> >       you all have no idea what you have missed.
> >         1st the list, then the review.
> > 
> > 4-5-94
> > One Sweet World (much Dave speak at the end)
> > Recently ("some people do, some people don't" intro-these are lyrics)
> > Tripping Billies
> > Jane (Boyd intro instead of LeRoi--Awesome)
> > Warehouse
> > Lie in our graves
> > Watchtower
> > 
> > set 2
> > Two-step>
> > Ants Marching
> > Best of What's Around
> > Rhyme and Reason!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> > What Would You Say
> > Satellite
> > Minarets
> > Subtle Stefan groove jam type thing>
> > Leroi joins>
> > Boyd joins>
> > Carter joins>
> > somehow, miraculously it turns into>
> > Seek Up
> > Halloween
> > 
> > 
> > NO ENCORE
> > just when you thought it couldn't get better
> > 2-6-94
> > Seek Up
> > Best of What's Around
> > Untitled Jam (debut)   This song has no name according to Fenton .
> > Jane
> > Dancing Nancies (I've neverever heard it this good)
> > Lover Lay Down
> > Warehouse
> > Tripping
> > 
> > set 2:
> > Two Step>
> > Ants Marching
> > Jimi Thing  (all i can say is that Dave broke a string on the guitar solo)
> > Rhyme and Reason
> > Help Myself/Dangerous Hours/Desperate Hours  (Take your pick)
> > What Would You Say
> > Minarets (Carter and Dave on the intro vocal rap)
> > Recently   ("pretty pretty girl", many quotes)
> > 
> > Encore:Satellite
> > 
> > 
> >    THE REVIEWS:
> >      From the lists you can tell these shows were special. All I can say 
> > is that I've seen DMB over 10 times and have many tapes.  I know what I'm 
> > talking about.
> > 
> >     The boys have a new tour bus, retiring the trusty red van. LeRoi can 
> > be seen jammin' on his new alto sax. Black with gold buttons. 
> > 
> >      1st night---- Best Recently I've heard. The boys were playing a 
> > little sloppy on this set but it made for some great jams. Tripping 
> > Billies had some new life to it that it needed. The new intro to Jane is 
> > great. Instead of LeRoicoming in, Boyd plays on the riff for a bit, then 
> > they both come in with a revised intro--KILLER. The new ending to that 
> > song stayed (longer). Warehouse is just always great to hear. Carter's 
> > sportin' those new wood blocks(4 in all i believe) and they are 
> > incredible! Lie in our graves has a great Carter/ LeRoi jam in the 
> > middleof the sax jam. And then Watchtower. In between sets, whatever they 
> > were smoking---they should smoke all the time. Boyd's intro to 2step 
> > jammed and the son went right into Ants(long version). When they played 
> > Best, my heart just stopped and I said, "This was all worth it". Rhyme 
> > and Reason, to my knowledge was played this night for the first time 
> > since early 1993. Jeff (sound)when they started to play said,"Wow, they 
> > haven't played this in a while". WWUS was cool because Carter started 
> > making fun of LeROis solo by playing the exact rhythyms on the drums. At 
> > that point, LeRoi turned his back to the audience and started playing off 
> > time shit to through Carter off.It didn't work.  The jam I tried to 
> > describe before Seek Up was interesting. Dave dropped to the floor to 
> > fiddle w/ some monitors. Stefan started this three note riff so softly 
> > that it trook 4 or 5 runs for the audience to hear. I do believe he was 
> > just playing for himself- but LeRoi started fooling with some blues 
> > scale, and when Boyd and Carter hear music, there ain't no stoppin' them. 
> > The jam could be described as Afro/blues/jazz/funk. Then Dave took it 
> > into Seek Up. Halloween ended the show
> > 
> > 
> >    2nd night--
> >     I really thought they couldn't have done better. I was wrong. This 
> > show was pro videotaped for the archives. Mics were set up around the 
> > place to get a good sound. Maybe that's why all the old tunes. Seek Up, 
> > Best.Best can be spotted by Dave turning around to Carter as they both 
> > furiously bounce up and down as Carter counts it off. The untitled jam. 
> > I've heard both 34 and 36. It is neither. Although I've never heard 35, 
> > the guys I was with had and said it was not that. One dude said that it's 
> > been played at soundchecks, but never w/ vocals. As far as I know, this 
> > is the first time they played it. It was short, so they might have just 
> > been testing it out. It was a slow tune, Boyd soloed, Dave sang 
> > incoherently. Dancing Nancies has been revamped! Long live Dancing 
> > Nancies! I was getting tired of the tune until tonite. Can't be 
> > descvribed. Jimi Thing--- one of my favorites, great as always. Dave's 
> > solo incorporated notes, not only chords! Long live Dave! Rest of set 
> > posted above.
> > 
> > 
> > If you made it this far in the message, I appreciate your reading 
> > something that took me awhile to write. Hope all your shows are good ones.
> > 
> > ======================================BARRY
> > 
> > "makes me feel better, for a short time" -2/6/94
> > 
> > --BEN , you came down for the wrong shows. sorry.
> > 1st HORDE? keep it.
> > 
> > 
> Basicaly, the boys were jammin' hard both nights. Much better then the 
> Feb. R2T sets.
>


Posted By: btanen@husc.harvard.edu
Time/Date: 4:09 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: athens?

Did you get a rather long message about the athens shows from a guy names 
barry?  my friend tried to post by I haven't gotten anything yet.  

Please let me know because he forwarded it to me and I could repost if no 
one's see it . . . .
--Ben


Posted By: btanen@husc.harvard.edu
Time/Date: 6:38 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: SORRY SORRY SORRY ABOUT ALL THAT!!!

--------------------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: 7:53 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: rhyme and reason

the last full band rhyme and reason was on nov 2nd, but it was a
mistake for them to do it.  dave had a cold, and since he doesn't
play during the song, he didn't have anything to match a pitch to,
and sounds completely off key once music starts happening.  he's
been playing it acoustically off and on since he wrote it, and if
you've never heard it acoustic, your missing out on one of his
siccest riffs.  (one of the kinda cool things about nov 2nd was
that he did it both ways).
as for the guy who posted a rather lengthy repost of two setlists
just to say that he liked the setlists.....DON'T DO IT AGAIN.

(oh, and they were really great sets, which are really hard to 
come by these days).
======================================================================
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: cecliff@vt.edu
Time/Date: 8:10 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: rhyme and reason

he played it acoustically on 12/2/93.
three solo tunes opened the show: 
 rhyme and reason
 drive in drive out
 quick lay
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              'i don't know what i am i don't know where i've been
 human junk just words and so much skin  stick my hands thru the cage of this 
       endless routine  just some flesh caught in this big broken machine'     
                               cecliff@vt.edu
******************************************************************************


Posted By: collidt0@seraph1.sewanee.edu
Time/Date: 8:33 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: ATHENS SHOWS

>Date: Thu, 7 Apr 1994 18:29:04 -0400
>Reply-To: brosenh@unix.cc.emory.edu
>Originator: minarets@moose.uvm.edu
>Sender: minarets@moose.uvm.edu
>Precedence: bulk
>From: Barry Ira Rosenhouse <brosenh@unix.cc.emory.edu>
>To: Multiple recipients of list <minarets@moose.uvm.edu>
>Subject: ATHENS SHOWS
>X-Listprocessor-Version: 6.0c -- ListProcessor by Anastasios Kotsikonas
>
>
>      you all have no idea what you have missed.
>        1st the list, then the review.
>
>4-5-94
>One Sweet World (much Dave speak at the end)
>Recently ("some people do, some people don't" intro-these are lyrics)
>Tripping Billies
>Jane (Boyd intro instead of LeRoi--Awesome)
>Warehouse
>Lie in our graves
>Watchtower
>
>set 2
>Two-step>
>Ants Marching
>Best of What's Around
>Rhyme and Reason!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>What Would You Say
>Satellite
>Minarets
>Subtle Stefan groove jam type thing>
>Leroi joins>
>Boyd joins>
>Carter joins>
>somehow, miraculously it turns into>
>Seek Up
>Halloween
>
>
>NO ENCORE
>just when you thought it couldn't get better
>2-6-94
>Seek Up
>Best of What's Around
>Untitled Jam (debut)   This song has no name according to Fenton .
>Jane
>Dancing Nancies (I've neverever heard it this good)
>Lover Lay Down
>Warehouse
>Tripping
>
>set 2:
>Two Step>
>Ants Marching
>Jimi Thing  (all i can say is that Dave broke a string on the guitar solo)
>Rhyme and Reason
>Help Myself/Dangerous Hours/Desperate Hours  (Take your pick)
>What Would You Say
>Minarets (Carter and Dave on the intro vocal rap)
>Recently   ("pretty pretty girl", many quotes)
>
>Encore:Satellite
>
>
>   THE REVIEWS:
>     From the lists you can tell these shows were special. All I can say 
>is that I've seen DMB over 10 times and have many tapes.  I know what I'm 
>talking about.
>
>    The boys have a new tour bus, retiring the trusty red van. LeRoi can 
>be seen jammin' on his new alto sax. Black with gold buttons. 
>
>     1st night---- Best Recently I've heard. The boys were playing a 
>little sloppy on this set but it made for some great jams. Tripping 
>Billies had some new life to it that it needed. The new intro to Jane is 
>great. Instead of LeRoicoming in, Boyd plays on the riff for a bit, then 
>they both come in with a revised intro--KILLER. The new ending to that 
>song stayed (longer). Warehouse is just always great to hear. Carter's 
>sportin' those new wood blocks(4 in all i believe) and they are 
>incredible! Lie in our graves has a great Carter/ LeRoi jam in the 
>middleof the sax jam. And then Watchtower. In between sets, whatever they 
>were smoking---they should smoke all the time. Boyd's intro to 2step 
>jammed and the son went right into Ants(long version). When they played 
>Best, my heart just stopped and I said, "This was all worth it". Rhyme 
>and Reason, to my knowledge was played this night for the first time 
>since early 1993. Jeff (sound)when they started to play said,"Wow, they 
>haven't played this in a while". WWUS was cool because Carter started 
>making fun of LeROis solo by playing the exact rhythyms on the drums. At 
>that point, LeRoi turned his back to the audience and started playing off 
>time shit to through Carter off.It didn't work.  The jam I tried to 
>describe before Seek Up was interesting. Dave dropped to the floor to 
>fiddle w/ some monitors. Stefan started this three note riff so softly 
>that it trook 4 or 5 runs for the audience to hear. I do believe he was 
>just playing for himself- but LeRoi started fooling with some blues 
>scale, and when Boyd and Carter hear music, there ain't no stoppin' them. 
>The jam could be described as Afro/blues/jazz/funk. Then Dave took it 
>into Seek Up. Halloween ended the show
>
>
>   2nd night--
>    I really thought they couldn't have done better. I was wrong. This 
>show was pro videotaped for the archives. Mics were set up around the 
>place to get a good sound. Maybe that's why all the old tunes. Seek Up, 
>Best.Best can be spotted by Dave turning around to Carter as they both 
>furiously bounce up and down as Carter counts it off. The untitled jam. 
>I've heard both 34 and 36. It is neither. Although I've never heard 35, 
>the guys I was with had and said it was not that. One dude said that it's 
>been played at soundchecks, but never w/ vocals. As far as I know, this 
>is the first time they played it. It was short, so they might have just 
>been testing it out. It was a slow tune, Boyd soloed, Dave sang 
>incoherently. Dancing Nancies has been revamped! Long live Dancing 
>Nancies! I was getting tired of the tune until tonite. Can't be 
>descvribed. Jimi Thing--- one of my favorites, great as always. Dave's 
>solo incorporated notes, not only chords! Long live Dave! Rest of set 
>posted above.
>
>
>If you made it this far in the message, I appreciate your reading 
>something that took me awhile to write. Hope all your shows are good ones.
>
>======================================BARRY
>
>"makes me feel better, for a short time" -2/6/94
>
>--BEN , you came down for the wrong shows. sorry.
>1st HORDE? keep it.
>
>

                IV'E NEVER SEEN DMB LIVE, BUT I LISTEN TO THE CD ALL THE
TIME, AND I DON'T THINK ANYONE COULD KNOW AS MUCH ABOUT THIS MUSIC AS MUCH
AS I DO.  I PLAY THE GUITAR AND CAN TELL HE IS GREAT... THE SHOW SOUNDED
GOOD ALTHOUGH I AM NOT FAMILIAR WITH ALL THE SONGS....I'M NOT SURE IF WHEN
I FORWARD THIS IT WILL BE LOST FROM MY COMPUTER, SOMEONE FORWARD IT BACK.

                THANKS, DAVE(BIG FAN)

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Posted By: brosenh@unix.cc.emory.edu
Time/Date: 9:08 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: Re: rhyme and reason

> as for the guy who posted a rather lengthy repost of two setlists
> just to say that he liked the setlists.....DON'T DO IT AGAIN.
 Sorry about that. I was on a bit of an emotional high after the show and 
I guess I got to wrambling.====Barry

> 
> (oh, and they were really great sets, which are really hard to 
> come by these days).
> ======================================================================
> 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_GJCARRIE@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 9:54 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: Help Myself, H.O.R.D.E, other stuff...

Desperate hours/Dangerous Hours/ Help Myself is officially called...Help
Myself...straight from the horse's mouth...

I think the HORDE sucks...I shall explain:
   It would be cool if it really was a Horizons Of Rock Developing Everywhere
tour, because then a small taste (ie one set) of the bands would be cool.  It
would give you a chance to see bands that you never had seen or heard.  Bt it's
not that at all.  It's Blues Traveller (aka the band who would LOVE to sell out
like the Spin Doctors but instead hide in their tubby drug engulfing lead
singer's little showcase every summer), Widespread Panic and friends.  Why have
BT and WSP been on the tour every year?  Because they can't sell a decent-sized
tour on their own?  I don't know...maybe WSP could but not BT.  They get worse
and worse IMHO.  In short, I think it is arrogant of Popper to put Blues
Traveller in the lead spot EVERY YEAR.  He is going against everything he
claims the HORDE stands for.

Please direct all flames to me...thank you...

P.S. Love ya' me!

************ What would you do if I ate your Daddy's shoes? ******************
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Posted By: collidt0@seraph1.sewanee.edu
Time/Date: 11:16 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: I NEED MONEY FOR DMB SHOW IN CLEMSON.

                        For sale again
        
        There are many small things which I would like to sell such as a
coffee maker, CD stereo, electric fan, carpet, CD rack, laundry basket,
Power Strips (Sewanee proof), blanket, pirrows, can & bottle opener,
plastic boxes (app.1.5'x1.5'), room & study light, portable iron, hangers,
shoe polish,small basket ball & goal, genuine leather soccer ball and so
on.  Most of them only cost $1.00-$7.00

                           LIST

Coffee maker:   $ 7.00          CD. Stereo:     $ 35.00
Carpet:         $ 3.00          CD.Rack         $ 2.00-6.00
Laundry Basket: $ 0.50          Power Strips:   $ 2.50-4.00
Pillow:         $               Sheets:         $ 
Portable Iron:  $ 5.00
Plastic Boxes:  $ 1.00 each     (app. 1.5'x1.5')
Electric Fan:   $ 5.00          (industrial size) 

Can & bottle opener:            $ Two Wooden Nickels             
Room & Study light:             $ 1.00-5.00
Hangers:                        $ 1.00 for 40
Sponge basket ball & goal:      $ 2.00  (Not the cheap sticky goal)
Genuine leather Soccer ball:    $ 800.02
Shoe Polish:    $             


Or Best Offer (O,B,O)!!!!
Call #2687 or E-mail me
     
        Thanks you very much.

                                                Kenzo Oka
                                                S.P.O.
                                                735 University Avenue
                                                Sewanee, TN., 37383

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test, "Can you fly? Is your head smooth?  You're a parakeet."
-------------------------------------------------------------------


Posted By: jcrother
Time/Date: 11:30 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: Re: I NEED MONEY FOR DMB SHOW IN CLEMSON.

this is funny.........

alex c


Posted By: sdeutsch@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 11:35 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: Re: I NEED MONEY FOR DMB SHOW IN CLEMSON.

On Thu, 7 Apr 1994, David Collier wrote: 
>
>                         For sale again
>         
>         There are many small things which I would like to sell such as a
> coffee maker, CD stereo, electric fan, carpet, CD rack, laundry basket,
> Power Strips (Sewanee proof), blanket, pirrows, can & bottle opener,
> plastic boxes (app.1.5'x1.5'), room & study light, portable iron, hangers,
> shoe polish,small basket ball & goal, genuine leather soccer ball and so
> on.  Most of them only cost $1.00-$7.00


	Is this really what the network was set up for?  I think this is a 
ridiculous waste of bandwith and would rather not have my inbox cluttered 
with announcements of garage sales.... Sue
         
	^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

	     "I often wonder who is what and what is who."     
			-- Winnie the Pooh     
								          
	^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^


Posted By: cecliff@vt.edu
Time/Date: 11:40 PM Thursday, April 7, 1994
Subject: Re: I NEED MONEY FOR DMB SHOW IN CLEMSON.

>this is funny.........
>
>alex c

this is VERY FUNNY!!!!
i'm in hysterics... good ending to a not-so day...
-ce
******************************************************************************                    
              'i don't know what i am i don't know where i've been
 human junk just words and so much skin  stick my hands thru the cage of this 
       endless routine  just some flesh caught in this big broken machine'     
                               cecliff@vt.edu
******************************************************************************


Posted By: sdeutsch@liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Time/Date: 12:18 AM Friday, April 8, 1994
Subject: Re: I NEED MONEY FOR DMB SHOW IN CLEMSON.

Well, now that I think about it my last post was a tad harsh...actually 
Buford pointed it out...Are final exams enough of an excuse?

Well, while I'm on here...I am interested in getting copies of shows 
which contain Rhyme & Reason, #34, and Drive In Drive Out.  Email me if 
you want to set something up...sdeutsch@liberty.uc.wlu.edu.


******************Stress so thick you can see it*********************


Posted By: COGBILLJ@guvax.acc.georgetown.edu
Time/Date: 1:18 AM Friday, April 8, 1994
Subject: "Sleep tight, ya morons!" -Holden Caufield

Whoever it was that chided the person for posting the Athens Shows and 
their description of it ought to remember that some of us appreciate 
hearing other people's thoughts on the band and their performances.  I 
enjoyed reading about what appeared to be an incredible show.  What I 
didn't enjoy was reading it 4 times over in other people's posts.  
Maybe that's what was meant by "DON'T DO IT AGAIN!", but please don't 
make someone feel bad for doing exactly what this net was designed 
for.

Thanx.
Jamie Cogbill

PS...Maybe I've just had a shitty night as well.


Posted By: djb@iia.org
Time/Date: 1:24 AM Friday, April 8, 1994
Subject: Re: "Sleep tight, ya morons!" -Holden Caufield

COGBILLJ@guvax.acc.georgetown.edu said:
> 
> Whoever it was that chided the person for posting the Athens Shows and 
> their description of it ought to remember that some of us appreciate 
> hearing other people's thoughts on the band and their performances.  I 
> enjoyed reading about what appeared to be an incredible show.  What I 
> didn't enjoy was reading it 4 times over in other people's posts.  
> Maybe that's what was meant by "DON'T DO IT AGAIN!", but please don't 
> make someone feel bad for doing exactly what this net was designed 
> for.

The don't do it again referred to the reply that included the whole
article just to put a comment on the end (much as I have just done
:-).

(The difference being that this all fits on one screen :-).

-- 
Daniel Blanchat   | Never limit yourself to what  | "Just walk away"
djb@mary.iia.org  | others think you should do... | Dave Matthews Band


Posted By: brosenh@unix.cc.emory.edu
Time/Date: 1:35 AM Friday, April 8, 1994
Subject: long letters

hey all - this is what i have to say.

   sorry for posting a really long message 3 times. It was not done 
intentionally. It was my first post and i wasn't sure how long it took 
before i would know if it actually got out there. My emotional high after 
the show tended to make me anxious. In my haste to spread 
some great shows to fellow fans, i must have forgotten that first time 
emailers can't make mistakes. 

    won't happen again=============Barry

thanx to most for the kind words about my review.
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Posted By: @mail.trincoll.edu:ashley.evans@mail.trincoll.edu
Time/Date: 2:23 AM Friday, April 8, 1994
Subject: ATHENS TAPES

In my 11 months on the net I have never posted but the Athens shows made me
post, if anybody taped I would love to trade, I have a lot of tapes
includin rare stuff, a tree definitely might be in order. Please e-mai me
directly at :
                         ashley.evans@mail.trincoll.edu

P.S. Sean Berry is awesome


Posted By: kmk4g@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 11:39 AM Friday, April 8, 1994
Subject: lex tix needed

Could whoever was selling Lex tix please write me?  I lost your address.   
Anyone going to be at the pat center?

 --Kerry            
         **My hell is the closet, I'm stuck inside---can't see the light**
                      ***Look who's in the freezer***


Posted By: PHELPSWIL@urvax.urich.edu
Time/Date: 11:58 AM Friday, April 8, 1994
Subject: my precious antique cans...

quick questions/requests/grovels:

1.  does anyone know the name of the venue DMB played in New York on 
	1-30-93?  They have a guest flute/sax.

2.  does anyone know the date of the Floodzone show in early '93 when 
	Peter was still around and Dave mentions the Public Enemy show
	that was played the night before.  Includes the best two step
	i've heard to date.  i have an unmarked tape and would like to
	find out when it was.  Friends are amazed to hear Dave talk to
	the crowd and try to coax them toward the stage because the palce
	place is so empty.

These questions could test our collective knowledge.....

			any help would be appresicated,

				bill   phelpswil@urvax.urich.edu


Posted By: campb_c@cs.odu.edu
Time/Date: 3:13 PM Friday, April 8, 1994
Subject: Predictions and dreams...

I had a dream last night that Phish was playing in a weird place that
smelled like horses.  I forget exactly what songs were played but I know
that one was Divided Sky and the other was McGrupp and the Watchful
Hosemasters.  During McGrupp, after the "I'd like to get his autograph,
but he looks too much like Dave" part, Dave Matthews came out dressed as
the Famous Mockingbird.  Oh, and everyone in the audiance was naked
except for me...

So, due to this premonition, I'm predicting that Lexington will feature
a Gamehenge set (or at least 3 songs with a narrative).

Has anyone been to the Horse center before?  Does it actually smell like
horses inside?

As long as I'm predicting things, I think Page will play on at least 1
DMB song (I'm hoping for a Jimi Thing (w/ Page on Piano and Hammond
B-3)-->Also Sprach Zarathusa (w/ Page on Fender Rhodes)--->Ants Marching
(Dave lets the stadium sized crowd sing "People in every direction" line)

And for Phish, I think Dave might be coerced into playing on a couple of
tunes.  LeRoi will almost assuredly play on some songs.  And I'm hoping
for Boyd on some Bluegrass songs (Uncle Penn would be great...)
How about this...Carter plays Henrietta's set during HYHU-->I want to be
like you (Jungle Book)-->HYHU jam?

Oh well...I can dream right?

Prediction for this Sunday at W&M:  #34 in the rain

see y'all there!


Posted By: @mail.trincoll.edu:sean.berry@mail.trincoll.edu
Time/Date: 6:32 PM Friday, April 8, 1994
Subject: Re: my precious antique cans...

on April 8 bill phelps wrote:

>1.  does anyone know the name of the venue DMB played in New York on 
>        1-30-93?  They have a guest flute/sax.

 I have this tape but it is not in New York, it is in Lexington,VA at
Zollmans and ther is no guest flute/sax player but it is a sick tape, solo
nancies and Billies with Boyd only, coincidemtally my 1st tape


Posted By: cpb7a@uva.pcmail.virginia.edu
Time/Date: 8:43 PM Friday, April 8, 1994
Subject: Re: my precious antique cans...

I know that the public enemy concert was on Tuesday
December 7 so I guess the show you were refering to was
December 8.  I hope this helps (I could be wrong, but
I'm pretty sure this is right.)

Chris


Posted By: STU_GJCARRIE@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 12:59 AM Saturday, April 9, 1994
Subject: The Gay Bee rides again...

Worker bees, known to almost everone, dance the distance of the honey from
the hive.  You who dance with the "Gay Bee" dance far from the hive...
...and are stuck in the honeycomb...

Bees do the same thing each and every day.  They go...they
                                         U
                             H                             N
                                                                  T


The
                         HONEY............

Can you savor....                       ?
                                             Does it mean the most to you?


                   
candymancuttingthecornersofasweettoothtorturedbyweightlooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo


l
 o
  o
   s
    e
                                        END.


If you ride with the....ride with the bee...
                                ...who is gay....

                    

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Posted By: STU_RCTHOMPS@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 1:08 AM Saturday, April 9, 1994
Subject: the gay bee is riding over my face....

it attacks me.  it zooms in when i least expect it.  there it is.....




aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhh...


programcuttinthecorners...looseend...looose








END.



and it ends.







to be....
         or not to bee....
                          who is gay...
**********************************************************************
"it is indeed a great gift of heaven to possess...plain common sense."
             --immanuel kant
"what....are....you....chasing....around....the....tree?" --bugs bunny
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Posted By: MC2001_RCTHO@VAX1.ACS.JMU.EDU
Time/Date: 1:11 AM Saturday, April 9, 1994
Subject: ridin' ridin' ridin' keep those gay bees ridin.....

1-800-435-7697353........


doo-b, doo-b, doo-b, doo-bee....




and who is gay...


Posted By: @BROWNVM.BROWN.EDU:ST002314@BROWNVM.BROWN.EDU
Time/Date: 1:13 PM Saturday, April 9, 1994
Subject: Re: MINARETS digest 142

excuse me for asking. . .but why can someone get ticked at a mistaken repost,
and then proceed, with help, to send in 100 lines about gay bees?  just
wondering,  dave
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