Easy Street Records

Twenty years ago, Dave Matthews Band's Under The Table And Dreaming introduced the Virginia-based quintet to a national audience with an alternative, folk-tinged approach to pop/rock music that resonated in a post-grunge world. This special edition of Under The Table And Dreaming is newly remastered from the original flat analog tapes and includes the original studio version of live favorite, "Granny" and intimate acoustic versions of "Dancing Nancies" and "the Song That Jane Likes".
Twenty years ago, Dave Matthews Band's Under The Table And Dreaming introduced the Virginia-based quintet to a national audience with an alternative, folk-tinged approach to pop/rock music that resonated in a post-grunge world. This special edition of Under The Table And Dreaming is newly remastered from the original flat analog tapes and includes the original studio version of live favorite, "Granny" and intimate acoustic versions of "Dancing Nancies" and "the Song That Jane Likes".
888750096128

Details

Format: CD
Label: RCA
Rel. Date: 11/24/2014
UPC: 888750096128

Under The Table & Dreaming: Remastered
Artist: Dave Matthews Band
Format: CD
New: Not currently available
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. The Best Of What's Around
2. What Would You Say
3. Satellite
4. Rhyme & Reason
5. Typical Situation
6. Dancing Nancies
7. Ants Marching
8. Lover Lay Down
9. Jimi Thing
10. Warehouse
11. Pay For What You Get
12. #34
13. Granny (unreleased studio track)
14. Dancing Nancies (Acoustic) (unreleased studio track)
15. The Song That Jane Likes (Acoustic) (unreleased studio track)

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Twenty years ago, Dave Matthews Band's Under The Table And Dreaming introduced the Virginia-based quintet to a national audience with an alternative, folk-tinged approach to pop/rock music that resonated in a post-grunge world. This special edition of Under The Table And Dreaming is newly remastered from the original flat analog tapes and includes the original studio version of live favorite, "Granny" and intimate acoustic versions of "Dancing Nancies" and "the Song That Jane Likes".
        
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