Dave Matthews Band ‎– Under The Table And Dreaming

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In Memory Of Anne

#34 (For Miguel Valdez)

Tracks 8, 11, and 34 mixed at Bearsville Studios, Bearsville, NY. All other tracks mixed at Power Station, NYC and Encore Studios, Burbank.

Manufactured and Distributed by BMG Music, New York, NY • Printed in USA

Catalog number on the spine and disc is 07863 66449-2.
Catalog number on the booklet back is 66449-2.

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  • Barcode: 078636644929
  • Matrix / Runout: W.O. 101230-6P 07863664492 DISC MFG, INC. (H)
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): W.O. 101530-7 07863664465 DISC MFG. INC. H4

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industrialgyrl

industrialgyrl

June 28, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

This is definitely Dave Matthews Band's shining moment if ever there was one. I dont think any other newer release could top it. This was actually one of the first albums I ever bought back when I was in high school saving up lunch money to satisfy my CD "crack addiction". For me, this release is beautiful and timeless. There are of course the hits (and there were definitely a few), but in my opinion the stand-out track of this album is 'Dancing Nancies' (which WASNT one of said hits) with its graceful percussion -- equally melancholy and uplifting. Its also a song that can definitely be called "cinematic" and even spooky in some regards. Who would ever think that incorporating the "fiddle" of all things would work out so well for a band, but they utilize it in the best possible way. Yes, they are mainstream and the radio has most certainly played all their hits ad nauseam, but this is one of the few mainstream artists that deserves that attention, if only for this album alone.