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Fall 1994

Show 66 of 66

1st show at this venue

17 Songs / 13.27 Avg.
Tour Rarity: 8 of 62 (33.03)

This show has an overall rarity index of 21.37

This show has a point-in-time rarity index of 38.00

This show became unique with Rhyme and Reason
(DF: 4 Rarity: 33.68)

Total Song Time: 1 hours, 49 minutes, 19 seconds

Timeline
December 15, 1994
December 16, 1994
December 17, 1994
December 27, 1994
December 28, 1994

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Dave Matthews Band
Saturday, December 17, 1994
Trees, Dallas, TX
+/- (?) Song Time      Tour (?)    Venue (?) Last (?) Guests Notes
1. One Sweet World 0:00     17 of 17     1 of 1
2. Best of What's Around 0:00     42 of 42     1 of 1
3. The Song That Jane Likes 3:40     35 of 35     1 of 1
4. Rhyme and Reason 5:16     48 of 48     1 of 1
5. Proudest Monkey (Tease) ...>2:55     9 of 9     1 of 1
6. Satellite 4:52     38 of 38     1 of 1
7. Lie In Our Graves 8:23     10 of 10     1 of 1
8. Jimi Thing 12:30     51 of 51     1 of 1
9. Seek Up 13:15     33 of 33     1 of 1
10. Tripping Billies 4:30     44 of 44     1 of 1
11. Minarets 7:56     18 of 18     1 of 1 Tomorrow Never Knows Interpolation
12. Typical Situation 9:08     19 of 19     1 of 1
13. Say Goodbye 6:49     27 of 27     1 of 1 Before 36, Dave messes around with some chords that are very very close to Heathcliff's Haiku Warriors. It's not exactly a tease, but it's very close.
14. Dancing Nancies 8:52     56 of 56     1 of 1
15. #36 13:00     36 of 36     1 of 1 Craig, Patrice
16. Let You Down 2:58     1 of 1     1 of 1 1st Let You Down. Tapers called it "Stefan's Blues"
17. Christmas Song 5:15     14 of 14     1 of 1
Show Notes
There is some thought that #36 segued into Ants, as it did during most shows around this time. There is actually a cut on the tape toward the end of #36, so it's possible.







































   



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