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Dave Matthews Band
Sigma Phi Epsilon Fratenity House,
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC
February 11, 1993

RE-CONVERSION with Additional songs

Taper: Unknown
Source Info: SBD -> Cassette (unknown generation) -> CD

Conversion: Adam Nelson ([email protected])

CD > flac: EAC (secure mode, all tracks 100%) -> WAV -> flac frontend (level 6)
Tracks split using CD Wave v1.93.3


Track | Name | Time (m:s)
Set I:
d1t01 All Along The Watchtower 04:02
d1t02 Also Sprach Zarathustra -> 01:48
d1t03 Ants Marching 05:21
d1t04 Help Myself 05:46
d1t05 One Sweet World 05:48
d1t06 So Much To Say 05:03
d1t07 Two Step 13:39
d1t08 Granny 04:53
d1t09 True Reflections 06:20
d1t10 What Would You Say 05:21
d1t11 Song That Jane Likes 05:25
d1t12 Best Of What's Around 06:25

d2t01 Intro 00:23
d2t02 Jimi Thing 12:31
d2t03 Rhyme & Reason 16:19
d2t04 Recently 09:15
d2t05 Jam -> 06:54
d2t06 Typical Situation 08:39
d2t07 Lie In Our Graves 07:15
d2t08 Warehouse 08:38

This is the reconverted version from different source CDs. The first version
circulated was not complete. This contains additional songs
(Watchtower, Recently, Jam -> Typical, LIOG, and Warehouse)

Boyd mentions their opening show for Widespread Panic the next day (02/12/93)
at Hampden-Sydney College.

The start of Watchtower is misssing. The begining of LIOG is also missing.

There are some small digital pops in this recording.

There was a cut during True Reflections that was removed. The song was
patched back together to remove the dead space but it is not a seemless fix.

This show has been around before, but no proper conversion/pitch
adjustment has been done until now.

These rare older shows have been collected and converted through a
collaborative effort to get them into circulation. Sometimes these
shows do not have the best sound quality (and maybe that's why they
aren't circulated much to begin with), but people should have access
to them.

Thanks to Andy Svenson for donating the CD source used for the conversion.

Compiled By Adam Nelson on December 10, 2006

Update by Henry Hart on 12.18.06:
This show needed no adjustments, but this was added from my original conversion:

This show has recently been refered to as taking place at the
"Sigma Phi" fraternity house in Chapel Hill. As far as I know, there
has never been a Sigma Phi chapter at Chapel Hill and being from NC
and spending many a late night at UNC since I was 15, I'm confident
in my findings. That narrows this down to Delta Sigma Phi and Sigma
Phi Epsilon. My future brother-in-law is a Phi Kappa Sig brother from the
mid 90's and says DMB never played at Delta Sig. I am changing this venue to
the Sigma Phi Epsilon frat house until any evidence can prove

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