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Dave Matthews Band Discography [122 Albums] (1992-2012)

22-02-2016, 22:50
Jazz | Pop | Discography | Rock

Title: Discography
Year Of Release: 1992-2012
Genre: Progressive Rock, Rock, Jazz fusion, Folk Rock, Bluegrass, Funk Rock, Pop Rock
Quality: MP3 192-320 kbps
Total Time: 122 albums
Total Size: 28,1 Gb

Formed in the early '90s by South African vocalist/guitarist Dave Matthews, the Dave Matthews Band presented a more pop-oriented version of the Grateful Dead crossed with elements of jazz, funk, and the worldbeat explorations of Paul Simon and Sting. Matthews populated the group with several Virginia-based musicians -- bassist Stefan Lessard, saxophonist Leroi Moore, violinist Boyd Tinsley, drummer Carter Beauford, and short-lived keyboardist Peter Griesar -- and the band built up a strong word-of-mouth buzz by touring the country constantly, with special attention paid to college campuses. Griesar left the lineup in March 1993, but the Dave Matthews Band moved ahead in his absence, releasing the independent album Remember Two Things later that year and issuing a live EP, Recently, in 1994. After fielding offers from major labels, the band signed with RCA and released the debut effort Under the Table and Dreaming in September 1994. By the following spring, the record had launched the hit single "What Would You Say" and sold over one million copies, thus setting the stage for an extremely successful career.

A year and a half after the release of Under the Table and Dreaming, the record had sold over four million copies in the U.S. alone, propelled in part by the success of "Ants Marching" and "Satellite." The Dave Matthews Band responded by releasing 1996's Crash, which entered the charts at number two and quickly went platinum. The group spent the bulk of 1996 touring in support of the eclectic album, which reached multi-platinum status and spun off five successful singles, including the Grammy-nominated "Crash into Me." That same year, Matthews launched an attack on bootleggers in conjunction with the federal government, targeting stores that were selling semi-legal discs of live performances. The efforts of Matthews, his band, and his management resulted in an unprecedented crackdown on for-profit bootleggers in early 1997 -- with nearly all of the major foreign bootlegging companies placed under arrest by the United States -- thereby putting a moratorium on the entire underground industry.

Several years after releasing Live at Luther College, a concert album that did not feature his band, Dave Matthews released his first proper solo album in 2003. The moody and brooding Some Devil was supported by a "Dave Matthews & Friends" tour -- the "friends" being Trey Anastasio, Brady Blade, Tony Hall, Ray Paczkowski, and Tim Reynolds -- and the album's chief single, "Gravedigger," earned Matthews a Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance. Boyd Tinsley also released a solo album that year, but the Dave Matthews Band reconvened shortly thereafter, releasing two additional live albums (The Central Park Concert, The Gorge) and returning to the road in 2004. The bandmates also joined Bruce Springsteen's Vote for Change tour toward the end of the year, just as their mail-order-only DMB Live Trax series debuted. In early 2005, they launched a website that featured progress reports on their next album in the form of video footage, diaries, and soundbites. When the flawed Stand Up finally appeared in May, it was the band's first album of all-new material since 2001's Everyday.

The musicians returned to the studio the following year, but LeRoi Moore unfortunately passed away before the record could be completed. The saxophonist had suffered a serious ATV accident in June and ultimately succumbed to his injuries two months later. Former Béla Fleck saxophonist Jeff Coffin joined in his place, and the band heralded his inclusion with the release of Live at the Mile High Music Festival, a three-disc set capturing a Colorado performance from that summer. Early the following year, the Dave Matthews Band paid tribute to Moore with the release of Big Whiskey & the GrooGrux King. The three-CD/one-DVD set Europe 2009, which chronicled a July 5, 2009 show in Lucca, Italy (CD) and a June 26, 2009 show at O2 Academy Brixton in London (DVD) arrived in December 2009. Additional performances were documented on 2010's Live in New York City and 2011's Live at Wrigley Field, the latter of which was released during the band's 20th anniversary. The Dave Matthews Band's seventh studio album, Away from the World, released in 2012, found them reuniting with producer Steve Lillywhite, who produced the band's first three studio albums.

Dave Matthews
2003 Some Devil
2002-10-24 DMBLive, Benaroya Hall, Seattle, WA
2004-01-09 DMBLive, China Club, New York, NY

Dave Matthews & Friends
2004-01-09 DMBLive, China Club, New York, NY

Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds
Bonus & Preorder
Double Down
Europe 07
Live At... A Limited Edition Companion to Some Devil

1993-04-22 DMBLive Prism Coffeehouse, Charlottesville, VA
1993-06-13 DMBLive Memphis, Richmond, VA
2003-03-29 DMBLive Appalachian State University, Boone, NC

The Boots EP

Live at Luther College
Live at Radio City Music Hall
Live In Las Vegas

Live Trax
Live Trax Vol. 23
Live Trax Vol. 24

Dave Matthews Band

Away From the World (2012)
Before These Crowded Streets (1998)
Big Whiskey & the GrooGrux King (2009)
Busted Stuff (2002)
Crash (1996)
Everyday (2001)
Stand Up (2005)
Under the Table and Dreaming (1994)

Bonus & Preorder
2007 Summer Tour Sampler
2012 Summer Tour Sampler
A Limited Edition Companion to Stand Up (Warehouse Edition)
Encore Trax - Alpine Valley Extended
Encore Trax - JPJ Extended
Encore Trax - The Greek Extended
Everyday Limited Edition Bonus
Greetings From Bader Field
Live At... A Limited Edition Companion to the Central Park Concert
Live Trax 2008 (iTunes)
The Best of What’s Around, Volume 1, Encore CD
The Big Apple

Live Trax (Starbucks Exclusive)
The Best of What’s Around, Volume 1

1992-12-21 DMBLive The Bayou, Washington, DC
1993-01-27 DMBLive The Flood Zone, Richmond, VA
1993-04-10 DMBLive The Bayou, Washington, DC, USA
1994-03-02 DMBLive Masquerade Nightclub, Tampa, FL
1994-03-26 DMBLive Irving Plaza, New York, NY
1994-04-26 DMBLive Town Point Park, Norfolk, VA
1994-10-14 DMBLive Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA
1994-10-22 DMBLive Blue Note, Columbia, MO
1994-11-26 DMBLive Backstage Theatre, Seattle, WA
1995-02-08 DMBLive Palace Theatre, Albany, NY
1995-02-25 DMBLive Lafayette College-Allan Kirby Field House, Easton, PA
1995-03-25 DMBLive The Revolver Club, Madrid, Spain
1995-04-05 DMBLive The Academy, New York, NY
1995-04-07 DMBLive Cameron Indoor Stadium, Durham, NC
1995-05-10 DMBLive Warfield Theater, San Francisco, CA
1995-07-20 DMBLive Mud Island Amphitheatre, Memphis, TN
1996-09-09 DMBLive Oak Mountain Amphiteatre, Pelham, Alabama
1996-10-24 DMBLive Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX

Little Red Bird
The Haiti Relief Project

Europe 2009
Listener Supported
Live at Folsom Field Boulder, Colorado
Live at Mile High Music Festival
Live at Piedmont Park
Live at Red Rocks 8.15.95
Live at Wrigley Field (Double Play Box Set)
Live in Atlantic City
Live In Chicago At The United Center 12.19.98
Live in New York City
Live on Lakeside
Remember Two Things (2014 reissue)
The Central Park Concert
The Complete Weekend on the Rocks
The Gorge (2004)

Live Trax
Live Trax 1
Live Trax 2
Live Trax 3
Live Trax 4
Live Trax 5
Live Trax 6
Live Trax 7
Live Trax 8
Live Trax 9
Live Trax 10
Live Trax 11
Live Trax 12
Live Trax 13
Live Trax 14
Live Trax 15
Live Trax 16
Live Trax 17
Live Trax 18
Live Trax 19
Live Trax 20
Live Trax 21
Live Trax 22
Live Trax 25
Live Trax 26
Live Trax 27
Live Trax 28
Live Trax 29
Live Trax 30
Live Trax 31
Live Trax 32
Live Trax 33
Live Trax 34
Live Trax 35
Live Trax 36

Warehouse 5, Volume 1
Warehouse 5, Volume 2
Warehouse 5, Volume 3
Warehouse 8, Volume 1
Warehouse 8, Volume 2
Warehouse 8, Volume 3
Warehouse 8, Volume 4
Warehouse 8, Volume 5
Warehouse 8, Volume 6
Warehouse 8, Volume 7
Warehouse 8, Volume 8
Warehouse 10, Volume 1
Warehouse 10, Volume 2
Warehouse 10, Volume 3

Dave Matthews Band Discography [122 Albums] (1992-2012)

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