12 Songs, 1 Hour 8 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pick a genre and there’s a pretty good chance Dave Matthews and his band take it on somewhere in their third album. Nominally a jam band, here the much-loved Virginia ensemble confidently stride across categories, incorporating folk, funk, flamenco, jazz, pop, and country. Matthews’ Sting-like vocals cruise smoothly through the eclectic mix, while he showcases the mad skills of violinist Boyd Tinsley on the whirling ride of “Tripping Billies” and the smooth sax of LeRoi Moore on the jazzy “#41.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pick a genre and there’s a pretty good chance Dave Matthews and his band take it on somewhere in their third album. Nominally a jam band, here the much-loved Virginia ensemble confidently stride across categories, incorporating folk, funk, flamenco, jazz, pop, and country. Matthews’ Sting-like vocals cruise smoothly through the eclectic mix, while he showcases the mad skills of violinist Boyd Tinsley on the whirling ride of “Tripping Billies” and the smooth sax of LeRoi Moore on the jazzy “#41.”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
192 Ratings

192 Ratings

Isaidno ,

I'm blown away.

When I first came across Dave Matthews Band, I stuck with the essential hits, tracks like Crash Into Me on this album and Crush off of Before These Crowded Streets. If only I knew what I had been missing all this time. I decided to listen to every track on this album and it is just masterful. There is such beautiful substance to every track that just can't be matched, if it weren't for Busted Stuff, this would be my absolute favorite DMB album.

Well, wouldn't you like to know. ,

@Nathan Edmunds

The difference is the price. Duh!

natedmb23 ,

What's the difference?

What's the difference between this at $7.99 and the other Crash at $9.99?

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