Dave Matthews Band ‎– Under The Table And Dreaming

Bama Rags Recordings, LLC ‎– 888750096319
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Numbered, Remastered, Repress

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℗ & © 1994, 2014 Bama Rags Recordings, LLC.

In Memory of Anne

This submission is for the vinyl repress that was remastered from proper master tapes.

Newly remastered from the original flat analog tapes on 2 180 gram LPs.
Includes an eight-page book packed with previously unpublished photographs in a limited, numbered gatefold jacket.
Includes a download card featuring the album and three unreleased bonus tracks, including the original studio version of live favorite “Granny”and intimate acoustic versions of “Dancing Nancies”and “The Song That Jane Likes.”

The mastering credit in the vinyl sleeve is to David Glasser, this was in error. Chris Bellman cut the vinyl from 24/96 files mastered at Sterling by Ted Jensen.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 88750 09631 9
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side A): MPO 14-0487 A 88875009631-A cB
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side B): MPO 14-0487 B 88875009631-B cB
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side C): MPO 14-0487 C³ 88875009631-C-RE2 cB
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched, Runout Side D): MPO 14-0487 D 88875009631-D cB

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
07863 66449 2 Dave Matthews Band Under The Table And Dreaming(CD, Album) RCA 07863 66449 2 Europe 1994 Sell This Version
BG2 66449 Dave Matthews Band Under The Table And Dreaming(CD, Album, Club) RCA BG2 66449 US 1994 Sell This Version
BG4-66449 Dave Matthews Band Under The Table And Dreaming(Cass, Album) RCA BG4-66449 US 1994 Sell This Version
07863 66449-2 Dave Matthews Band Under The Table And Dreaming(CD, Album) RCA 07863 66449-2 Brazil 1994 Sell This Version
0 7863 66449-2 Dave Matthews Band Under The Table And Dreaming(CD, Album, RE) RCA, BMG 0 7863 66449-2 US Unknown Sell This Version


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October 9, 2018
The negative comments on this release are ridiculous. Sounds incredible on my system!!


July 2, 2018
I disagree with many of the comments here. From the moment I put this on my turntable I was impressed by the quality and clarity. It is DMB like I'd never heard before. Because this is a higher-end pressing it's possible that it requires a better cartridge to playback without sibilance -- a complaint others have made here. With a decent playback system this album sounds outstanding.


August 12, 2017
The most important part to any record is how it sounds and this DMB release sounds just awful. Too much high end sizzle and distorted sibilance on the vocals. This was originally an excellent recording when it was first released in the 90's but this abysmal remaster ssssslipped through quality control. What a shame too because the packaging is beautifully done.
Saddly I suggest you pass this one up and wait for a better release.


March 1, 2017
Do not buy this Issue. You will lost money just to have a fetish. If you have the CD, enjoy it, even sounds better,


February 1, 2017
Record was flat and quiet so that's nice. As far as the sound quality, it isn't a material improvement over the cd. It's disappointing considering that RTT and Crash were very well done. Unless you are just into holding 12" of vinyl in your hand, there really is no reason to get this as a record. I can say that I never listen to it. Just play the CD and it's the same experience.


January 6, 2016
The verbiage that this was "from the original master tapes" is misleading. Ted Jensen did a 24/96 digital remaster from the original tapes, and that digital remaster was used for the vinyl. The problem is, Jensen, as is his custom, crushed the dynamics and applied a ton of dynamic range compression to his master, so this vinyl reissue is a victim of the loudness wars just like a poorly mastered CD or digital file. A high resolution source like 24/96 means absolutely nothing if the mastering is terrible, and that's the case here. The quieter songs (like Lover Lay Down and #34) sound decent, but the other songs the poor mastering is very noticeable. Compare this release with the remaster of their indie debut 'Remember Two Things' that came out previously. That one, despite being cut from a lower resolution source (16/44.1), was mastered incredibly well by Chris Bellman and sounds fantastic as a result.


May 6, 2015

Just recived my copy today, and i must say that there is a slight "hissing" on the vocals. But far from the worst i've heard on remastered albums from the 90's. I can live with that, since the mastering on the rest of the record is (maybe) the best i've heard on a vinyl remaster!!


February 27, 2015

Totally enjoy the sound on this. Well worth the delay. Love the gatefold. I used a Shure M44-7 cartridge when I listened to it. Maybe type of needle matters? #00391


February 26, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

FINALLY after 4 months...#4682....

waaaaay too tinny, even spread across two LPs...way too much distortion, even with a vivid-line stylus!

At least the packaging was flawless and the records were perfectly flat.