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Spring 2002

Opener: Bela Fleck and the Flecktones

Show 12 of 35
21 Songs / 19.58 Avg.
Rarity: 9 of 33 (36.1)
This show has an overall rarity index of 19.63
Jimi Thing (tease)
Jimi Thing (instumental tease)
New Song (called How Many More by fans)
When The World Ends
Three Blind Mice (LeRoi only)
The Tra La La Song [One Bananna, Two Bananna] (LeRoi only)

April 19, 2002
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Taper: Jon Ice  
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Dave Matthews Band
Sunday, April 21, 2002
Molson Centre, Montreal, Quebec
+/- Song Time Plays Guests Notes
1. So Much To Say 6 of 15 Butch
2. Granny 2 of 10 Butch
3. You Never Know 7 of 24 Butch
4. Lover Lay Down 4 of 11 Butch
5. Pantala Naga Pampa ...>6 of 17 Butch
6. Rapunzel 6 of 17 Butch
7. Big Eyed Fish ...>5 of 10
8. Bartender 7 of 16 Butch If I Only Had A Brain interpolation
9. What You Are 2 of 19 Butch
10. Crush 3 of 17 Butch
11. Grey Street 8 of 26 Butch
12. Where Are You Going 10 of 32 Butch
13. Drive In Drive Out 6 of 14 Butch
14. Pig 6 of 18 Butch
15. Sleep to Dream Her ...>3 of 4 Butch
16. Grace Is Gone 9 of 19 Butch
17. Raven 7 of 14 Butch
18. Two Step 3 of 14 Butch, Bela, The Flecktones
19. E: Ain't It Funny How Time Slips Away 3 of 8 Dave Solo , Willie Nelson and Friends: Stars and Guitars used the Ain't It Funny from this show for their TV concert. Dave missed the live taping due to his strained vocal chords.
20. E: #40 1 of 5 Dave Solo , About a minute and a half worth
21. E: Ants Marching 3 of 15 Butch
Show Notes
In the sound check, the band starts out with the idea of doing When The World Ends, but instead does an improv. It is similar to a funky WTWE. Dave repeats the line "how many more..." throughout a kind of chorus.
In the sound check, LeRoi's Three Blind Mice and Tra La La Song are among his random doodling over Carter's drumming. For those of you than only know the 1970's from a history book, the Tra La La Song was the theme song from the saturday morning classic The Bananna Splits Adventure Hour.


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