Dave Matthews Band
May 9, 2001
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre
Pelham, AL

Source:		Neumann KM184 cardioids > Kimber Kable Hero XLR >
		Lunatec V2 (high pass filter 6dB/octave @ 100Hz) >
		Audio Magic Presto II RCA > Tascam DA-P1
Location:	75 NOS width 13' high, 16th row dead center
		Paul Chrostowski (pchrosto@cfl.rr.com)
Conversion:	PCM-R500 > Sek'd Prodif+ > Samplitude 2496 > CDWAV 
                (resampled by Prodif+ from 48KHz, no DAE)
		Paul Chrostowski (pchrosto@cfl.rr.com) 5/11/01

Disc One:
01:	Intro					-	02:26.24
02:	One Sweet World				-	09:22.60
03:	Satellite				-	06:04.69
04:	#41 (w/ Everyday) *			-	13:32.07
05:	When The World Ends			-	04:26.00
06:	I Did It				-	04:31.60
07:	Bartender				-	12:15.67

Total:						-	52:39.62

Disc Two:
01:	The Space Between			-	05:13.53
02:	Sleep To Dream Her			-	05:48.69
03:	Grey Street				-	09:11.51
04:	Rhyme & Reason				-	06:15.20
05:	Recently >				-	03:04.58
06:	Digging A Ditch				-	04:44.43
07:	JTR					-	06:40.68
08:	What You Are				-	06:46.45

Total:						-	47:46.32

Disc Three:
01:	True Reflections			-	08:28.01
02:	Two Step				-	21:24.12
	~~~Encore~~~
03:	Waste (w/ #40 tease) %			-	05:13.48
04:	Everyday (w/ #36)			-	09:21.00
05:	All Along The Watchtower		-	09:57.16

Total:						-	54:24.02

*	lowered the stand between #41 and When The World Ends to clamp
	an umbrella to the stand, stand was back up by the time When The
	World Ends started.
%	Dave solo

Notes:
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It rained lightly during Soulive's set and it had stopped and cleared
a bit so I decided to just fly the mics with only some tape around the
connections and windscreens. Bad move because it started to rain again
during Satellite and got bad enough that I had to lower the stand and
clamp on an umbrella. Then it proceeded to rain steadily up until True
Reflections, but it's not really noticeable, I don't think. Only some
thumping, etc when I moved the stand up and down after #41. This was
the loudest PA I've ever heard at a DMB show, especially Carter's toms
and snare.  I was in pain by the time Two Step came around, I don't
think the recording captures the explosiveness of Carter's drums fully
but it came out well. Anyway for the full effect stand under your lawn
sprinkler and enjoy. =)


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