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Dave Matthews Band
Fraternity House
Kappa Sigma, Beta-Beta Chapter
Richmond, VA
December 31, 1992

Taper: Unknown
Source Info: SBD -> Analog (unknown generation) -> CD

Conversion: Adam Nelson (

CD > flac: EAC (secure mode, all tracks 100%) -> WAV -> flac frontend (level 6)
Tracks split using CD Wave v1.93.3


Track | Name | Time (m:s)
d1t01 Halloween 05:27
d1t02 Jimi Thing 13:17
d1t03 Help Myself 04:43
d1t04 Song That Jane Likes 03:20
d1t05 Angel From Montgomery * 04:55
d1t06 What Would You Say 05:50

* = with Kristen Asbury

The exact date for this show is unknown. It may actually be from around NYE 1992, or it maybe from another time period entirely.

This show often appeared labeled as 11/07/92 in the ye olde analog days, but that's probably a mis-date.

Halloween starts abruptly. The begining of the song is missing.

The recording ends just after WWYS is finished. It is likely there was more to this show that was not taped.

These rare older shows have been collected and converted through a collaborative effort to get them into circulation. Sometimes these shows do not have the best sound quality (and maybe that's why they aren't circulated much to begin with), but people should have access to them.

Thanks to Chris Mitchell for the CD source used for the conversion.

Compiled By Adam Nelson on December 11, 2006

UPDATE: Received the source on dvd from Adam. seems to confirm that this is the show date 12/31/92. Using Soundforge 8.0, Normalized all tracks to -8db and applied Parametric EQ to reduce hiss. Applied fade in to Halloween since it's missing the beginning. Removed a loud click at the end of Halloween and in the beginning of Jimi Thing. Applied a fade out at the end of WWYS. The source has a lot of tape warble and distortion at times since it's origin is a multi-generation cassette but it's certainly listenable. Created new flac files and fingerprints using Flac Frontend.

Reconverted by Tom Gambichler on October 29, 2008

dmb1992-12-31.asbd.d1t01.flac:968f0d059d2837d87b28886f8cd88f1 8
dmb1992-12-31.asbd.d1t02.flac:1b774ca6e8eb6b38ac49fbd2c480a08 f
dmb1992-12-31.asbd.d1t03.flac:925c0785142b379db3f95663c80db5c 4
dmb1992-12-31.asbd.d1t04.flac:d7948069f6b4cb12e4b04539c5fdc26 2
dmb1992-12-31.asbd.d1t05.flac:a610c06d7015cd77c8cdea610b3e64a 8
dmb1992-12-31.asbd.d1t06.flac:3bb55ae48c91753d51761bdb495617a a

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