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Old 11-10-2012, 08:55 PM   #1
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Live Trax 24 - February 8, 1997 | Spartenburg Memorial Auditorium, Spartenburg, SC



LIVE TRAX 24: 2.8.97 Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium, Spartanburg, South Carolina

When selecting Live Trax 23, we realized that we had two Dave and Tim shows from the early days that were both so good they had to be released together. Live Trax 24 is a show from Spartanburg, SC in early 1997. During the show, Dave refers to a billboard displaying a message “Jesus is coming to a soul near you” in several songs: Two Step, never-before-played Dreamed I Killed God and What Will Become of Me. Highlights of the show include a rare Let You Down and Captain with some alternate lyrics. Little Thing and I’ll Back You Up are both rare treats in this setting. One of our favorite stretches of the show is Minarets>Dreamed I Killed God>Typical Situation.

Track List:

Disc 1:
1. Recently (Norwegian Wood, On Broadway)
2. Two Step
3. Jimi Thing (Angel/Sweet Leaf intro) > What Will Become of Me?
4. Granny
5. Lie In Our Graves (no reprise)
6. Christmas Song (Beatles 'Love' outro)
7. Proudest Monkey >
8. Satellite
9. Let You Down
10. So Much To Say
11. #41
12. Angel From Montgomery

Disc 2:
1. Say Goodbye
2. Dancing Nancies
3. Crash Into Me
4. Minarets >
5. Dreamed I Killed God >
6. Typical Situation
7. You Are My Sanity
8. Captain
9. Little Thing
10. Nature > Tripping Billies
11. I'll Back You Up
12. Ants Marching
Encore
13. Warehouse (wailing intro)

*Please Note: This item is available for pre-order. All items in your order will ship on or around December 10, 2012. Please place a separate order if you would like to receive non pre-order items earlier.
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Old 11-11-2012, 12:39 AM   #2
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Repost since this is split out now (limited time)

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Old 11-11-2012, 12:06 PM   #3
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Old 11-11-2012, 02:09 PM   #4
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There is something about Recently opening a d&t show. So excited for both of these.
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Old 11-11-2012, 03:40 PM   #5
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There is something about Recently opening a d&t show. So excited for both of these.
An opening run of Recently, Two Step, Jimi, Granny, LIOG is pretty cool, all upbeat songs....
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Old 11-11-2012, 03:44 PM   #6
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Pretty excited to have a properly mixed D&T captain from, arguably, its greatest period. Also I'm a bit surprised DIKG isn't getting more love. I'm not sure it is a complete idea, but I always thought it was one of Dave's most unique pieces.
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Old 11-11-2012, 03:57 PM   #7
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I've always hated that D&T never do the love/baby jam on Granny. That makes the song for me.
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Old 11-11-2012, 04:00 PM   #8
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Pretty excited to have a properly mixed D&T captain from, arguably, its greatest period. Also I'm a bit surprised DIKG isn't getting more love. I'm not sure it is a complete idea, but I always thought it was one of Dave's most unique pieces.
There are quite a few around here who give DIKG it's due. So nice to see it here.

I still say the best d&t granny is 9/24/95 swathmore. The way dave does roi's part in the begining is awesome.
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Old 11-11-2012, 04:15 PM   #9
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I was at 2/6 and they sounded amazing. A great tour, and I too am amazed at the lack of love for this release.
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Old 11-11-2012, 06:59 PM   #10
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There are quite a few around here who give DIKG it's due. So nice to see it here.

I still say the best d&t granny is 9/24/95 swathmore. The way dave does roi's part in the begining is awesome.
Roi's part?
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There are quite a few around here who give DIKG it's due. So nice to see it here.

I still say the best d&t granny is 9/24/95 swathmore. The way dave does roi's part in the begining is awesome.
Have that tape somewhere will have to revisit...
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Old 11-12-2012, 03:58 AM   #12
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These may be two of the best LT to come out in a while. Great shows.. I want a '99 D+T though. Badly.
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Dreamed I Killed God is one of my favorite pieces of music and lyrics Dave ever came up with. Extremely excited for these two releases.
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Haven't been listening to much DMB lately, but these two releases will get heavy play time around the holidays this year. Hope the mixes are good!
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Does anyone know what solo song Tim played? Dmbalmanac lists Letting Go, and antsmarching/the preorder list You Are My Sanity. Im going to check my copy today for sure...

I'm hoping its Letting Go, while both are two of my favorites of Tims, RCMH '07 Sanity is perfect.
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Old 11-12-2012, 11:25 AM   #16
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I'm pretty sure the cover is from the same performance as the picture from the back of Luther College. If so, that makes me inclined to believe the theory that the Storytellers picture was used on the '96 due to a lack of pictures. It has been awhile, but didn't that acoustic magazine interview in '99 mention that the crew for these tours was extremely small?

I really wish they offered a poster of this cover for the preorder....
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Old 11-12-2012, 12:31 PM   #17
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These may be two of the best LT to come out in a while. Great shows.. I want a '99 D+T though. Badly.
There is that phenomenal SBD of 2.5.99, though. That scratches the '99 itch, IMO. Of course the Coluzzi tapes are great, too. These '96 and '97 releases are perfect.
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Roi's part?
The main line at the begining after dave opens the song. A part that d&t never play when they perform it normally.
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I still say the best d&t granny is 9/24/95 swathmore. The way dave does roi's part in the begining is awesome.
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The main line at the begining after dave opens the song. A part that d&t never play when they perform it normally.
You sure we're talking about Granny here? I'm pretty sure Roi has no part on that (other than singing), and anyway I don't hear anything special about the Swarthmore version.
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