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Old 05-29-2021, 01:06 PM   #31
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Re: New interview with Tim Reynolds

it starts about 16-17 minutes in. Definitely talking about new material recorded during the pandemic.
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    So excited!
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    Old 05-29-2021, 02:42 PM   #33
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    I will add one thing. My source has heard a close to or finished Bismarck
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    I will add one thing. My source has heard a close to or finished Bismarck
    Awesome! I'm pumped for some new DMB Studio Material. Did your source say how the studio Bismarck sounded?
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    Old 05-29-2021, 03:28 PM   #35
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    I will add one thing. My source has heard a close to or finished Bismarck
    Does that mean they would have re-recorded it, or that they would be reusing the takes from the Cavallo sessions leading up to Come Tomorrow?
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    Does that mean they would have re-recorded it, or that they would be reusing the takes from the Cavallo sessions leading up to Come Tomorrow?
    I can certainly ask because that's a good question.
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    Awesome! I'm pumped for some new DMB Studio Material. Did your source say how the studio Bismarck sounded?
    Let's just say he loves the song in general and was very happy with the result. Said he had a similar reaction after hearing Again and Again studio version.
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    I definitely didnt hear that reference although it was hard to hear at times throughout the interview.
    At 29:10 Tim is asked a direct question about TR3, in reference to TR3's last 3 albums with the latest lineup.
    Tim responds, and at 31:15 he mentions the two songs that lineup had already played before recording on the last TR3 album.

    I'm not saying there won't be old music on the new DMB album. But that is NOT what Tim was talking about.
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    Let's just say he loves the song in general and was very happy with the result. Said he had a similar reaction after hearing Again and Again studio version.
    Thanks again for sharing. That's awesome news to me. Love A&A studio.
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    Thanks again for sharing. That's awesome news to me. Love A&A studio.
    Agreed. Top 5 studio song for me since Big Whiskey album!
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    I've never heard Tim talk this much. This is awesome.
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    Old 05-29-2021, 07:19 PM   #42
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    Hearing Tim talk about dmb process is hilarious.....basically he gets called in and certainly works on his parts but Dave is the writer and Timís stuff gets crafted in and Tim doesnít always really know how and when his stuff fits. If I was him, Iíd be cool with it too - itís a good gig, gets to play with a huge band, they give him tons of freedom in terms of what and how he plays, just you donít necessarily always when recording albums know how you fit.

    So we know that basically Dave and Carter hashed out the core of the album and then started bringing everyone else in - in the case of Tim and buddy, those guys were in at same time and sounds like Stefan was in at different time and then obviously horns were in together and now obviously you have the guys that were in LA together overseeing the orchestra recordings and whatever last overdubs were happening. Curious to hear these jams.
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    Finally had time to watch the full interview, Tim's a great dude, enjoyable to watch
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    Old 05-29-2021, 10:12 PM   #44
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    Hearing Tim talk about dmb process is hilarious.....basically he gets called in and certainly works on his parts but Dave is the writer and Timís stuff gets crafted in and Tim doesnít always really know how and when his stuff fits. If I was him, Iíd be cool with it too - itís a good gig, gets to play with a huge band, they give him tons of freedom in terms of what and how he plays, just you donít necessarily always when recording albums know how you fit.

    So we know that basically Dave and Carter hashed out the core of the album and then started bringing everyone else in - in the case of Tim and buddy, those guys were in at same time and sounds like Stefan was in at different time and then obviously horns were in together and now obviously you have the guys that were in LA together overseeing the orchestra recordings and whatever last overdubs were happening. Curious to hear these jams.
    Not gonna lie. I kinda took Timís explanations as a negative. I will say Iím hoping Dave and Carter working together on the entire thing to start is something new for them and hopefully leads to something great but Tims response to that question certainly makes me wonder how talented people like Jeff, rashawn, buddy, Tim arenít a part of any creative process that can provide some refreshing sounds. I feel like I remember hearing that Jeff was part of beachball which obviously turned out solid...yet come tomorrow heís barely featured. The whole thing is mind boggling but itís nothing new for all of us here that have been bitching for a decade. Hopefully this album is much better than the last. If it sounds like VITR quality Iíll be good.
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    Old 05-30-2021, 01:56 AM   #45
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    Not gonna lie. I kinda took Timís explanations as a negative. I will say Iím hoping Dave and Carter working together on the entire thing to start is something new for them and hopefully leads to something great but Tims response to that question certainly makes me wonder how talented people like Jeff, rashawn, buddy, Tim arenít a part of any creative process that can provide some refreshing sounds. I feel like I remember hearing that Jeff was part of beachball which obviously turned out solid...yet come tomorrow heís barely featured. The whole thing is mind boggling but itís nothing new for all of us here that have been bitching for a decade. Hopefully this album is much better than the last. If it sounds like VITR quality Iíll be good.
    I do agree that I have a bit of concern in that the songs themselves 5/7 members sound like really arenít involved in the crafting of. That feels a bit off. However, at least it not Dave off by himself and itís Carter that worked off what Dave started going at it with him. Tim also never says anything about restrictions or anything like that so itís not like heís a true ďsessionĒ player - imagine and from all weíve heard over the years that these guys get some say in things. Imagine the pandemic messed some of that up a bit with the social distancing and all but weíll see...
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    I do agree that I have a bit of concern in that the songs themselves 5/7 members sound like really arenít involved in the crafting of. That feels a bit off. However, at least it not Dave off by himself and itís Carter that worked off what Dave started going at it with him. Tim also never says anything about restrictions or anything like that so itís not like heís a true ďsessionĒ player - imagine and from all weíve heard over the years that these guys get some say in things. Imagine the pandemic messed some of that up a bit with the social distancing and all but weíll see...
    Isn't that how a lot of the early songs came about though? There are a lot of songs from RTT and UTTAD that Dave wrote before the band got involved. I'm not sure its a good or bad thing.
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    I’m totally cool with Dave and Carter coming up with the core of the new tunes. If there’s anyone I’d want working things out with Dave as he’s writing it’s Carter Beauford.

    It would be cool if the band wrote together more, but that’s kind of how things are working these days. Technology has made it so much easier for bands to do things this way. My band has been doing this and everyone has really liked the process. I write the song and send a scratch track of the vocals and acoustic. Bass and drums work their parts, lead guitar adds his flare when they’re done and then I come in and redo the vocals, guitar and add additional background instruments. The guys like it because instead of trying to hash out parts while we’re at a rehearsal they get to sit on the song for a while and work their parts out at their own pace. With DMB being spread out all over the place and involved in multiple projects it makes sense they piece things together. It doesn’t mean the results won’t be as good, but I think one downside is more than likely we’re still going to get pretty concise polished 4-4:30 minute studio tracks with little to no jams.
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    Not gonna lie. I kinda took Timís explanations as a negative. I will say Iím hoping Dave and Carter working together on the entire thing to start is something new for them and hopefully leads to something great but Tims response to that question certainly makes me wonder how talented people like Jeff, rashawn, buddy, Tim arenít a part of any creative process that can provide some refreshing sounds. I feel like I remember hearing that Jeff was part of beachball which obviously turned out solid...yet come tomorrow heís barely featured. The whole thing is mind boggling but itís nothing new for all of us here that have been bitching for a decade. Hopefully this album is much better than the last. If it sounds like VITR quality Iíll be good.
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    I do agree that I have a bit of concern in that the songs themselves 5/7 members sound like really arenít involved in the crafting of. That feels a bit off. However, at least it not Dave off by himself and itís Carter that worked off what Dave started going at it with him. Tim also never says anything about restrictions or anything like that so itís not like heís a true ďsessionĒ player - imagine and from all weíve heard over the years that these guys get some say in things. Imagine the pandemic messed some of that up a bit with the social distancing and all but weíll see...
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    Isn't that how a lot of the early songs came about though? There are a lot of songs from RTT and UTTAD that Dave wrote before the band got involved. I'm not sure its a good or bad thing.
    Dave single handedly wrote the majority of songs on Remember 2 Things, Under The Table And Dreaming and Busted Stuff (The Lillywhite Sessions). He single handedly wrote half or more of the songs on both Crash and Before These Crowded Streets.

    Considering we're talking about their best albums here, I'm going to say that I'm perfectly OK with Dave (and Carter) being the primary songwriter(s) for this upcoming album.

    Their songs/music is just different when there are too many cooks in the kitchen.
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    Dave single handedly wrote the majority of songs on Remember 2 Things, Under The Table And Dreaming and Busted Stuff (The Lillywhite Sessions). He single handedly wrote half or more of the songs on both Crash and Before These Crowded Streets.

    Considering we're talking about their best albums here, I'm going to say that I'm perfectly OK with Dave (and Carter) being the primary songwriter(s) for this upcoming album.

    Their songs/music is just different when there are too many cooks in the kitchen.
    Nailed it
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    Dave single handedly wrote the majority of songs on Remember 2 Things, Under The Table And Dreaming and Busted Stuff (The Lillywhite Sessions). He single handedly wrote half or more of the songs on both Crash and Before These Crowded Streets.

    Considering we're talking about their best albums here, I'm going to say that I'm perfectly OK with Dave (and Carter) being the primary songwriter(s) for this upcoming album.

    Their songs/music is just different when there are too many cooks in the kitchen.
    Absolutely. They can of course create great songs with everyone involved (#41) but many of the "classics" weren't created that way.
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    I’m totally cool with Dave and Carter coming up with the core of the new tunes. If there’s anyone I’d want working things out with Dave as he’s writing it’s Carter Beauford.

    It would be cool if the band wrote together more, but that’s kind of how things are working these days. Technology has made it so much easier for bands to do things this way. My band has been doing this and everyone has really liked the process. I write the song and send a scratch track of the vocals and acoustic. Bass and drums work their parts, lead guitar adds his flare when they’re done and then I come in and redo the vocals, guitar and add additional background instruments. The guys like it because instead of trying to hash out parts while we’re at a rehearsal they get to sit on the song for a while and work their parts out at their own pace. With DMB being spread out all over the place and involved in multiple projects it makes sense they piece things together. It doesn’t mean the results won’t be as good, but I think one downside is more than likely we’re still going to get pretty concise polished 4-4:30 minute studio tracks with little to no jams.
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    Dave single handedly wrote the majority of songs on Remember 2 Things, Under The Table And Dreaming and Busted Stuff (The Lillywhite Sessions). He single handedly wrote half or more of the songs on both Crash and Before These Crowded Streets.

    Considering we're talking about their best albums here, I'm going to say that I'm perfectly OK with Dave (and Carter) being the primary songwriter(s) for this upcoming album.

    Their songs/music is just different when there are too many cooks in the kitchen.
    I agree with Dave with help of carter writing the core of songs isnt a bad thing. I was more elluding to exactly what Kevin said above, were gonna get short tunes with little to no jam sections because the members didnt provide input on the song structure and they wouldnt have had the chance to all collaborate on looking for those types of opportunities. Hopefully we get something at the very least cohesive that flows together unlike CT.
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    greyson, are there any other tidbits you can throw our way? haha
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    I just wanted to check what the consensus on this song was so I could decide how I feel. I can't remember if we hate it or not because I didn't pay attention when it was more relevant. Sorry.
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    j. mayer could easily replace dave in dmb
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    Thought it was interesting to hear that a lot of the electric guitars Tim plays with DMB are not necessarily owned by him but by DMB. Something I’d never heard before.
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    greyson, are there any other tidbits you can throw our way? haha
    Based on what I have been told and can relay:

    - New album in 2021: 100%

    - Bismarck to be included: Source heard close to or finished recording so he expects it to be on new album.

    - Single prior to Raleigh tour opener: Was told "very likely." Similar to 2012 and Gaucho release prior to TX shows.
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    Awesome, thanks greyson!
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    Based on what I have been told and can relay:

    - New album in 2021: 100%

    - Bismarck to be included: Source heard close to or finished recording so he expects it to be on new album.

    - Single prior to Raleigh tour opener: Was told "very likely." Similar to 2012 and Gaucho release prior to TX shows.

    Dope!! Thanks for sharing what you can! All of that sounds terrific to me. We definitely appreciate ya', bud!
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    Based on what I have been told and can relay:

    - New album in 2021: 100%

    - Bismarck to be included: Source heard close to or finished recording so he expects it to be on new album.

    - Single prior to Raleigh tour opener: Was told "very likely." Similar to 2012 and Gaucho release prior to TX shows.

    To piggyback off this.

    1. Never say 100% with this band, but thatís the expectation

    2. This was also done before Come Tomorrow but was scrapped. I would assume our sources are different and if so, then this would be the 3rd source thatís Iím aware of to mention this song for this album.

    3. Interesting.
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    Bismarck without the violin or with?
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    Based on what I have been told and can relay:

    - New album in 2021: 100%

    - Bismarck to be included: Source heard close to or finished recording so he expects it to be on new album.

    - Single prior to Raleigh tour opener: Was told "very likely." Similar to 2012 and Gaucho release prior to TX shows.
    much thanks greyson!
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    I just wanted to check what the consensus on this song was so I could decide how I feel. I can't remember if we hate it or not because I didn't pay attention when it was more relevant. Sorry.
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    To piggyback off this.

    1. Never say 100% with this band, but thatís the expectation

    2. This was also done before Come Tomorrow but was scrapped. I would assume our sources are different and if so, then this would be the 3rd source thatís Iím aware of to mention this song for this album.

    3. Interesting.
    Do we know if it was re-recorded or will they use the old session version?
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