- 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 (148 customer reviews)
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Remember Two Things Live
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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, Live, June 2, 1997
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Top Customer Reviews
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]...Read more ›
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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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome vinyl, this is where it all started for Dave Matthews Band. A must listen for any Dave Matthews fan, and the vinyl is heavy and high quality.Published 4 months ago by Eric
A quieter album of theirs but just as soulful. I can see why die-hards like this more than Under the Table and Dreaming the studio interfered less in the sound.Published 9 months ago by Ryan Small
I must have gotten a bad pressing. You can actually see the tone arm moving in and out as it tracks on he b side. Read morePublished 10 months ago by JDT123
I remeber having this album since early high school, when my DMB love peaked. All i ever listened to was Dave Matthews Band. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Heather GoldenStrickland
I felt he was trying to find himself in this album. It wasn't nearly as strong as many of his other albums. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tinkerbelly