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  • Audio Cassette (June 13, 1997)
  • Original Release Date: 1993
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Bmg Music
  • ASIN: B000002X4M
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (134 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #556,953 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Ants Marching
2. Tripping Billies
3. Recently
4. Satellite
5. One Sweet World
6. The Song That Jane Likes
7. Minarets
8. Seek Up
9. I'll Back You Up
10. Christmas Song

Customer Reviews

The song is spectacular to listen to.
brent
To all of you dmb fans who read this, and all of you people who have never listened to them...I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS ALBUM!
"littlhawk8"
This is one of the best songs Dave has ever written.
Kerin

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67 of 68 people found the following review helpful By David Stallard on April 2, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I can remember back to April of 1993 when my girlfriend (now wife) Erin and I went to see Toad the Wet Sprocket at The College of William of Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia. I asked her who would be opening for Toad, and she said "Some guy named Dave Matthews. I think he is from Charlottesville." I was a bit disappointed, as I had never heard of Dave Matthews, but that evening in April converted me into a huge fan. DMB rocked that night and blew Toad off of the stage. This album came out later that year and my wife gave it to me for my birthday - I believe it to be an excellemt example of the DMB that played Trax, the Floodzone, frat parties, and small clubs in the mid-90s, before $45 tickets and grand stadiums. Take a listen to early versions of "Ants" and "Tripping Billies" which everyone knows, but also check out "Minarets", "The Song that Jane Likes", and "Christmas Song". This isn't like any of the later albums - but it is fantastic and holds its place well in the history of one of the premier bands of the 1990s.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Scott Taylor on July 20, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This brilliant live album dates from the early '90s. It is a collection of songs recorded at TRAX and the Floodzone in Charlottesville, VA. Although it dates early in the quintet's career, it contains some of their best work. On no other release will you find Matthews' beautiful "I'll Back You Up" (Song #1 in their catalogue of songs). Another rare treat is "The Song That Jane Likes." "One Sweet World" can be heard by Dave and Tim Reynolds on Live at Luther College, but we are presented with the full band version here. The highlight to my ears is "Recently." To me, it is the signature song in this period of their creative lives. Satellite, Tripping Billies, and Ants Marching are also present. "Ants" is noteworthy for the snare drum intro of Carter Beauford. All in all, an enjoyable and brilliant disc,
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By "littlhawk8" on November 25, 1999
Format: Audio CD
When i got this cd i only got it so i could have all the cds. But when i listened to it, it quickly proved itself as a worthy cd. I love I'll Back You Up and The Song that Jane Likes, but they're all great. To all of you dmb fans who read this, and all of you people who have never listened to them...I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS ALBUM!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. Crawford on January 26, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Remember Two Things is an essential album for any fans of the Dave Matthews Band. It gives a glimpse of the band in their prime, in my opinion, out side of the studio. The other early albums are a bit too overproduced for my tastes, but they are still worth buying. I first saw DMB in 1994 at the Roseland(?) in NYC about 25 feet from the stage. This album recreates that experience. Seeing them later in the large venues is more like listening to the later albums. Live at the Red Rocks is good too, but only because it has more songs.

On to the tracks:

1. Ants Marching - The best released version of this song that I've heard with the full band. The energy of the band really shines. I think the version with just Dave and Tim Reynolds on Live at Luther College tops it.

2. Tripping Billies - Best version of this song. It sounds clean, soothing, and joyful at the same time.

3. Recently - I prefer the version on the Recently EP. I love this song, but 8 minutes is just too long.

4. Satellite - A good rendition of this song. The other versions are overproduced (too many instruments, too many sound effects).

5. One Sweet World - Excellent version of this song. The rest of the band is at their best and the sound is very full.

6. The Song That Jane Likes - My favorite song on the album. They just don't write songs this fun and groovy anymore. Not on any (I think) of the studio albums.

7. Minarets - A studio version. I have never really enjoyed this song. It's not bad, but the tone doesn't fit the rest of the album.

8. Seek Up - A great version of this song. It's almost two songs in one. When the chorus kicks in, its very uplifting.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Frazier on August 8, 2002
Format: Audio CD
This first effort by the Dave Matthews Band is a great album.
Ant's Marching- A terrific live performance of this hit song that would later appear on DMB'S first studio album Under The Table And Dreaming[Masterpiece].
Tripping Billies- A terrific live performance of this hit song that would later appear on DMB'S second studio album Crash[Masterpiece].
Recently- A terrific live performance of a very happy and fun song that has only appeared on other live albums. I think that it could have easily been a hit on one of their earlier studio efforts like Under The Table And Dreaming or Crash. Of course it is a hit on this album but since most people probably pass this DMB effort up the song is left in relative obscurity.
Satellite- A terrific live performance of this hit song that would later appear on DMB'S first studio album Under The Table And Dreaming.
One Sweet World- A great song[live performance] that has also only appeared on other live DMB releases. This song also may have been a hit on Under The Table And Dreaming or Crash...but then it's the same story as with Recently.
The Song That Jane Likes- Great Song[live performance]...that if you read about the DMB...you will find out may have some very personal meaning. Of course all of Dave Matthews songs have a lot of personal meaning.
Minarets- Great Song! And one of the two studio recordings on this album. I think this song would have gone will on Busted Stuff[Masterpiece]...unfortunately though I believe that you can only find this song on this album.
Seek Up- A monumental recording[studio recording]...that might have gone will on Before These Crowded Streets[Masterpiece]...however this song follows the same story as Minarets.
I'll Back You Up- This is such a beautiful song[live recording]...
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