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2010 two CD live release recorded at Citi Field in Flushing, NY on July 17th, 2010. This NYC show was a definite crowd-pleaser with a mix of new surprises and older fan favorites. Highlights include 'The Stone' and 'Warehouse' followed by 'One Sweet World' with Rashawn taking the solo over the original intro. An epic 'Two Step' with a haunting 'Time Bomb' intro and new outro features an unforgettable solo by Carter. 'Seek Up' takes the band's Jazz sensibilities to new heights and showcases their communication on stage on a different level. Stefan's bass play on 'You Might Die Trying' and his Moog-infused bass solo before 'Watchtower' really shine. Dave's vocals are powerful throughout the show and reach a crescendo during the passionate 'Squirm'.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 9, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: November 9, 2010
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Sony Legacy
  • Run Time: 155 minutes
  • ASIN: B0044HLA7C
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,922 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This is yet another great live release from the DMB camp. The sound is crystal clear, the mix is great, the setlist is incredibly solid. Not a weak performance on here. DMB are the best live band out there and this album showcases that very well.
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I thought this much like the Live at Wrigley is a very good album. The band is at its best and the part that appeals most is that it includes various "rare" and excellent tracks such as Seek Up or Proudest Monkey. The rendition of The Stone is also great and the energy during Watchtower exceeds expectations. Highly recommend the album!
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Don't listen to the nay-sayers bashing this show, most of them are not even fans to begin with, but i digress. This is a great show from DMB's 2010 summer tour. It shows how the band has matured musically, with new, jazzy techniques in Warehouse, playing great new songs from Big Whiskey, and adding new flavor's to classic tracks like Two Step. The version of Two Step from this show is absolutely amazing and shows why DMB are one of the top touring bands in the U.S. today. They also play a tid-bit of the new song called 'Blackjack', which sounds promising here(I've heard longer versions played, it's a great song). The band sound it top form at this show, Dave's voice doesn't sound bad at all. The only real issue is Boyd's violin is kind of buried in the mix, but it's not terrible as other reviewers stated. Overall, this is a prime example of the live experience of DMB, recommended to the fans!
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On the whole, this recording was a disappointment. There are much better, more musical DMB shows to listen to.

Sound Quality: As other reviewers have noted, the mix isn't very good. The violin, for example, is almost lost. The drums, especially the cymbals, are VERY high in the mix. Perhaps the producers did this to make the recording reflect the perspective of the live audience, but I don't think it was successful, for reasons I outline below.

Musicianship: This was very much a noisy "rock" show, with very little "space" between notes. Lost are the subtleties of earlier shows, like "Live at Red Rocks," or "Listener Supported." I've always enjoyed Carter Beauford's playing, but as seems to be the case in recent recordings, his playing is overly busy and, to me, distracting. Dave's vocals sound much stronger than they were in the early 2000's. The other performers sound good, especially Rashawn Ross and Jeff Coffin, who, as a worthy successor to LeRoy, has put some really interesting twists on very familiar songs. Tim Reynolds seems to be doing a lot of the "chord" work on guitar that Butch Taylor played on the keyboards in years past. While Reynolds is an excellent player, he's much louder and busier than Taylor was, and this adds to the album's "wall of sound" feel that doesn't do the band justice.

If this recording were indicative of where the band is headed, then I would be very disappointed. However, there seems to have been much more taste used in the "Away from the World" recording. Hopefully, that taste will carry over to future live recordings.
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Dave Matthews Band is one of the greatest performing groups, and this performance is evidence of that! It was nice to be able to hear some tracks from Big Whiskey live once again (Saw them in Salt Lake in 2010). The set on this album is great, and the band performed top notch! The reason it gets 4 stars is that the production values of this album seem off. Boyd's violin didn't seem nearly as crisp and vibrant as it did, for example, in the Piedmont Park album. Same thing with the horns. The engineer who mastered this release could have done a much better job.
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I love DMB. All the tracks are good on this cd. They are an awesome band live. All Along the Watchtower is my favorite.
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ok my first amazon review. i downloaded live in NYC off itunes at 12.01 am and it was worth staying up late. stone opener was great although i felt jeff and the horns were a little muted and i was at scranton and the ending is amazing. warehouse is great. timmy adds alot to it, ( i will admit the mix over all for me was a little pedistrian at best but moving on). salsa outro on warehouse is a beast. OSW is amazing with the intro ol skool style. RR is really coming into his own and its well worth the wait. FTWIT is amazing. fast paced crater really drives the tunes and its come along way since Europe 10 cd. seek up, jazzy flow all around just need more boyd or turn him up or something. Seven and squirm are great. daves vocal mix overall really show cases his voice at a top level. he sounds great and so do the Big whiskey tunes. crash is still a sweet song and very polished, YMDT. dont listen to it while driving youll speed. its a beast of a jam. stefan lessard banging the bass. slapping the bass monn. PM is still great but cant touch RRocks release ( the first red rocks yall ). satellite just like crash is just so polished fits great anywhere, dancing nancies is good. good, need more Boyd. gravedigger is great. saw it at scranton and it was intense but the drum intro fools everyone into say goodbye, stay, good. blackjack, if we were to choose a new new song id wish for a break for it. but its only 2 mins so its ok, two step.. enough said. some devil solo, great would like to hear full band. shake me,,, getting there. watchtower, great. similar Fire! ending like central park minues the infamous clicking

DMB is my favorite of all time and just a great new fresh sounding release. need a few more Scraton -esq shows put out but well have a full year for that. enjoy.

btw, this is my very first review, id like your feedback
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