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Old 03-20-2017, 07:47 PM   #1
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Warehouse 30 Live Project

I love listening to DMB in my car, and specifically CDs of live releases. There are hundreds of CDs to lug around if I want it all at my fingertips. Due to this I sat out to pick the best tracks from each live release and put them on one disc. That way I had each released show represented and didn't have to change CDs each time I wanted to hear my favorite track. While doing this, some songs (as well as the orders of songs) were edited to keep the run time under 80 minutes (the limit for CDs).

This is simply a personal/experiment but I wanted to share my ideas with the DMB fan community. So here's the first installment:

Live at Chicago 12.19.98 at the United Center
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ki5LZIXRZI

Setlist:
The Last Stop
Don’t Drink the Water
#41 (feat. Victor Wooten)
#40 [tease]
Lie in Our Graves [reprise]
What Would You Say (feat. Maceo Parker)
Pantala Naga Pampa
Rapunzel
Stay (Wasting Time)
The Maker (feat. Mitch Rutman and Victor Wooten)
All Along the Watchtower
Anyone Seen the Bridge?
Too Much

Obviously since the content in the video is copyrighted, YouTube immediately flagged it (which was to be expected). Any ads during the video are placed in by the copyright holders (RCA Records).

Let me know suggestions for the top tracks for other releases. The next one I'm doing is Live at Red Rocks '95.

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    What's a CD?
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    Old 03-20-2017, 07:59 PM   #3
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    I love listening to DMB in my car, and specifically CDs of live releases. There are hundreds of CDs to lug around if I want it all at my fingertips. Due to this I sat out to pick the best tracks from each live release and put them on one disc. That way I had each released show represented and didn't have to change CDs each time I wanted to hear my favorite track. While doing this, some songs (as well as the orders of songs) were edited to keep the run time under 80 minutes (the limit for CDs).

    This is simply a personal/experiment but I wanted to share my ideas with the DMB fan community. So here's the first installment:

    Live at Chicago 12.19.98 at the United Center
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ki5LZIXRZI

    Setlist:
    The Last Stop
    Donít Drink the Water
    #41 (feat. Victor Wooten)
    #40 [tease]
    Lie in Our Graves [reprise]
    What Would You Say (feat. Maceo Parker)
    Pantala Naga Pampa
    Rapunzel
    Stay (Wasting Time)
    The Maker (feat. Mitch Rutman and Victor Wooten)
    All Along the Watchtower
    Anyone Seen the Bridge?
    Too Much

    Obviously since the content in the video is copyrighted, YouTube immediately flagged it (which was to be expected). Any ads during the video are placed in by the copyright holders (RCA Records).

    Let me know suggestions for the top tracks for other releases. The next one I'm doing is Live at Red Rocks '95.
    I would be the dumbass who'd title this wrong. It's the Warehouse 80 Live project. 80 minutes... Warehouse 80... you get it.
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    Old 03-20-2017, 08:02 PM   #4
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    What's a CD?
    The ancients say they were a way to listen to music before vinyl records.
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    Old 03-20-2017, 08:42 PM   #5
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    I love listening to DMB in my car, and specifically CDs of live releases. There are hundreds of CDs to lug around if I want it all at my fingertips. Due to this I sat out to pick the best tracks from each live release and put them on one disc. That way I had each released show represented and didn't have to change CDs each time I wanted to hear my favorite track. While doing this, some songs (as well as the orders of songs) were edited to keep the run time under 80 minutes (the limit for CDs).

    This is simply a personal/experiment but I wanted to share my ideas with the DMB fan community. So here's the first installment:

    Live at Chicago 12.19.98 at the United Center
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ki5LZIXRZI

    Setlist:
    The Last Stop
    Donít Drink the Water
    #41 (feat. Victor Wooten)
    #40 [tease]
    Lie in Our Graves [reprise]
    What Would You Say (feat. Maceo Parker)
    Pantala Naga Pampa
    Rapunzel
    Stay (Wasting Time)
    The Maker (feat. Mitch Rutman and Victor Wooten)
    All Along the Watchtower
    Anyone Seen the Bridge?
    Too Much

    Obviously since the content in the video is copyrighted, YouTube immediately flagged it (which was to be expected). Any ads during the video are placed in by the copyright holders (RCA Records).

    Let me know suggestions for the top tracks for other releases. The next one I'm doing is Live at Red Rocks '95.
    Smart phone or MP3 player > Playlists with unlimited length > Problem solved
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    Old 03-20-2017, 08:46 PM   #6
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    This is the best post ever!!! I HATE walking around with all my live Trax in my backpack! It gets SO HEAVY. And changing the discs out on my Walkman gets super annoying! This is going to change my life!!! Thanks for the idea OP!!!!!!
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    Old 03-20-2017, 08:53 PM   #7
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    It's called an auxiliary cord.
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    Old 03-20-2017, 09:04 PM   #8
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    LOL... y'all, I know we're in the 21st century... my auxiliary cord works great. This was mostly geared toward the fan that enjoys CDs still. I realize they're few and far between. Just a fun personal project.
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    LOL... y'all, I know we're in the 21st century... my auxiliary cord works great. This was mostly geared toward the fan that enjoys CDs still. I realize they're few and far between. Just a fun personal project.
    It's a nice idea, and definitely something I might have done in 2005. I don't have the time or willingness to deal with CDs anymore, let alone editing songs to fit on one disc. If it works for you though, that's all that counts!
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    Old 03-21-2017, 11:29 AM   #10
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    What Would You Say (feat. Maceo Parker)

    Never knew who this guest sax player was. So I never knew what the hell Dave was saying during his solo... "Mr. Maceo Parker..." haha.
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    I still do CDs...just more reliable for me.
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    I still do CDs because my car has a factory stereo that doesn't have an aux input.
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    I still do CDs...just more reliable for me.
    More reliable??

    If you have an Mp3 player or have files on your phone how is that less reliable than a CD which can skip, scratch, break or be lost?
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    LOL... y'all, I know we're in the 21st century... my auxiliary cord works great. This was mostly geared toward the fan that enjoys CDs still. I realize they're few and far between. Just a fun personal project.
    I'm one of those of people who only buy cd's, and I don't own an ipod. there is nothing like the packaging, a physical product, box sets, etc.. So you're not alone
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    I'm one of those of people who only buy cd's, and I don't own an ipod. there is nothing like the packaging, a physical product, box sets, etc.. So you're not alone
    If you have a smart phone, you have an ipod.


    I definitely get the appeal of still wanting a physical CD, but I dont see any value in them if you want to listen on the go unless your car doesnt have an aux input.
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    I thought every car since like 2005 could play CDs with MP3s burned on them. My current car doesn't even have a CD player but my last one did and I could burn like 2 or 3 full DMB shows on a single disc.
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    Old 03-27-2017, 02:45 PM   #17
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    Just uploaded installment #2 of Warehouse 80 Live: Live at Red Rocks 8.15.95. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utlCgSLLxT8

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    When I was in college I thought we'd have flying cars and CDs that can hold more than 80 minutes by now.
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    When I was in college I thought we'd have flying cars and CDs that can hold more than 80 minutes by now.
    Before I got a phone that could play music, I remember getting a CD/MP3 player in my car and burning MP3 CDs that could hold a ton of songs.
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    I love listening to DMB in my car, and specifically CDs of live releases. There are hundreds of CDs to lug around if I want it all at my fingertips.
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    Old 03-27-2017, 06:08 PM   #22
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    Before I got a phone that could play music, I remember getting a CD/MP3 player in my car and burning MP3 CDs that could hold a ton of songs.
    Yeah, I thought about that, but you lose sound quality from a normal CD, which is 16-bit, right?

    I don't know a ton about audio compression, though.

    Seems if they can fit a Blu-Ray movie on a single disc they could fit audio of a 2+hour concert a single disc with the quality retained.

    Maybe someone with knowledge like Doby could say why that's not doable.
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    More reliable??



    If you have an Mp3 player or have files on your phone how is that less reliable than a CD which can skip, scratch, break or be lost?

    I like having a physical copy of my music.
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    Just uploaded installment #2 of Warehouse 80 Live: Live at Red Rocks 8.15.95. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=utlCgSLLxT8

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    Okay, so all jokes about CDs vs. mp3s aside, I'm actually kind of confused. You're clearly putting a lot of effort into this project. How you spend your time is your choice, so if you're having fun, cool.

    But really - this a very strange project to pursue in a world that's already solved the portability of music over a decade ago. What's your purpose? No AUX port in your car? Can't afford an mp3 player of any kind?

    Why is this on YouTube with cover art and everything? I assume you can't get YouTube in your car if you can't play an mp3.

    Again, if its just for kicks, then cool. But if this is an answer to "lugging around CDs" as you originally said, I'm very confused how this effort is more worthwhile than just creating a playlist of your favorite tracks on a phone/iPod.
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    Okay, so all jokes about CDs vs. mp3s aside, I'm actually kind of confused. You're clearly putting a lot of effort into this project. How you spend your time is your choice, so if you're having fun, cool.

    But really - this a very strange project to pursue in a world that's already solved the portability of music over a decade ago. What's your purpose? No AUX port in your car? Can't afford an mp3 player of any kind?

    Why is this on YouTube with cover art and everything? I assume you can't get YouTube in your car if you can't play an mp3.

    Again, if its just for kicks, then cool. But if this is an answer to "lugging around CDs" as you originally said, I'm very confused how this effort is more worthwhile than just creating a playlist of your favorite tracks on a phone/iPod.
    Simply for kicks. I have a large collection of music CDs and vinyl, not just DMB (which I own each studio, live, Live Trax, etc. all on CD). I simply enjoy owning physical copies of music. I enjoy listening through each live release and picking out my favorite tracks. Of course all of these live releases are in my iTunes library, have their own playlist, accurate album art, etc. I have friends and family who I frequently send texts to saying "you have to listen to this show". And most of them don't want to sit through 2.5 hours of DMB if they don't know every song, etc. So I've started making a one-disc option for them to listen to. Again, simply for kicks. I still use all the latest 21st century ways of listening to music, I just enjoy physical copies as well.
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    Okay, so all jokes about CDs vs. mp3s aside, I'm actually kind of confused. You're clearly putting a lot of effort into this project. How you spend your time is your choice, so if you're having fun, cool.

    But really - this a very strange project to pursue in a world that's already solved the portability of music over a decade ago. What's your purpose? No AUX port in your car? Can't afford an mp3 player of any kind?

    Why is this on YouTube with cover art and everything? I assume you can't get YouTube in your car if you can't play an mp3.

    Again, if its just for kicks, then cool. But if this is an answer to "lugging around CDs" as you originally said, I'm very confused how this effort is more worthwhile than just creating a playlist of your favorite tracks on a phone/iPod.
    By the way, thanks for actually questioning the project (instead of joking about my old-school ways).
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    I'm with you OP. Do stuff like this all the time for kicks
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    CD fan here still. Quite a bit of my music listening is in the car (back and forth to work, local errands, and then frequent long round trips from St Louis to Lawrence, KS). I just rotate 4-5 DMB CDs at a time in my car. For non-DMB music, I usually request CDs from my local library. If I like them, I play the hell out of them for two weeks, then return them. My digital music is mostly Pandora on my computer when I am lounging and/or working from home (I shuffle DMB and Dave Matthews with six or seven of my other favorite artists).
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    By the way, thanks for actually questioning the project (instead of joking about my old-school ways).
    No worries! I didn't want to talk down to you just because you're doing something for fun that doesn't seem practical at first glance. I definitely would have done this myself years ago - trimming the fat from 2-3 disc live releases is actually a really good idea, and I may do this myself in playlist form on my phone!
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    I like having a physical copy of my music.
    But what does that have to do with being more reliable?
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