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Live In Las Vegas


Download links and information about Live In Las Vegas by Dave Matthews, Tim Reynolds. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 02:22:59 minutes.

Artist: Dave Matthews, Tim Reynolds
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 26
Duration: 02:22:59
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No. Title Length
1. Eh Hee (Live) 6:08
2. Dancing Nancies (Live) 8:11
3. Squirm (Live) 5:24
4. Grace Is Gone (Live) 4:34
5. Alligator Pie (Live) 4:41
6. One Sweet World (Live) 5:37
7. Loving Wings (Live) 4:19
8. Grey Street (Live) 4:31
9. Kundalini Bonfire (Live) 4:43
10. Oh (Live) 2:59
11. Christmas Song (Live) 4:57
12. Funny the Way It Is (Live) 5:56
13. Stay or Leave (Live) 4:07
14. Shake Me Like a Monkey (Live) 4:24
15. Lying In the Hands of God (Live) 5:37
16. Bartender (Live) 8:44
17. Kashmir (Live) 7:13
18. So Damn Lucky (Live) 6:42
19. Little Red Bird (Live) 3:02
20. Save Me (Live) 4:19
21. You & Me (Live) 4:32
22. Crush (Live) 7:45
23. Some Devil (Live) 4:28
24. Typical Situation (Live) 7:54
25. Sister (Live) 4:14
26. Two Step (Live) 7:58



Dave Matthews is one of those performers who often reworks his material onstage. Fans have come to expect some radical transformations and this collection, recorded with long-time collaborator Tim Reynolds, does not disappoint. Recorded at Planet Hollywood’s Theater for the Performing Arts, Live In Las Vegas expands on songs from every aspect of his career. “Dancing Nancies” and “Typical Situation” from his major label debut, Under the Table and Dreaming, come across beautifully in these smaller arrangements. Despite the absence of his full band, Matthews, with Reynolds’ help, capably fills the space with dazzling instrumentation that only misses the band’s rhythmic attack — and even that is willfully sacrificed for the intricate weaving acoustics of “Squirm.” (Many tracks are from Matthews’ last DMB album, Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King.) The acoustic instrumental version of Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir” is admirable.