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Various 1991

Show 51 of 56

18th DMB show at this venue (19th overall)

17 Songs / 2.04 Avg.
Tour Rarity: 49 of 52 (31.73)

This show has an overall rarity index of 18.34

This show has a point-in-time rarity index of 18.93

This show became unique with Dancing Nancies
(DF: 1 Rarity: 10)

Total Song Time: 1 hours, 33 minutes, 20 seconds

Timeline
November 19, 1991
November 26, 1991
November 27, 1991
November 28, 1991
December 1, 1991

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Dave Matthews Band
Wednesday, November 27, 1991
Trax, Charlottesville, VA
+/- (?) Song Time      Tour (?)    Venue (?) Last (?) Guests Notes
1. Dancing Nancies 3:30     2 of 2     2 of 41 Dave Solo
2. I'll Back You Up 3:02     5 of 5     3 of 17 Dave Solo
3. The Maker 3:23     1 of 1     1 of 11 Dave Solo
4. Cry Freedom 3:54     6 of 6     4 of 13 Dave Solo
5. The Song That Jane Likes 2:57     8 of 8     4 of 33 Dave Solo
6. Warehouse 5:28     6 of 6     5 of 38
7. Jimi Thing 8:40     3 of 3     3 of 26
8. One Sweet World 5:15     6 of 6     3 of 40
9. Lover Lay Down 5:25     2 of 2     2 of 25
10. True Reflections 6:00     2 of 2     2 of 40
11. Angel From Montgomery 3:30     2 of 2     2 of 18
12. Tripping Billies 4:52     4 of 4     3 of 40
13. Recently 8:00     7 of 7     4 of 34
14. People People 6:36     4 of 4     3 of 8
15. Satellite 3:43     2 of 2     2 of 30 This is the earliest recording of Satellite. It barely resembles the song as we know it now.
16. Exodus 11:05     4 of 4     4 of 7 Darryl
17. Typical Situation 8:00     6 of 6     4 of 31 Darryl
Show Notes
This could very well be the earliest recording of Dancing Nancies, predating the Quad demo.
despite what the text file says, most of these recordings are the earliest LIVE recordings of certain versions of these songs (the rutabaga demo predates this show). This represents the most complete show from 1991.
On Exodus and Typical, Darryl Rose played the bongos. He performs in the group Afrikan Drum Festival and is also a solo artist.







































   



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