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Dave Matthews Band

Live Trax, Vol. 6: 7/7 - 7/8/2006 Fenway Park, Boston Ma.

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October 19, 2010

This four-disc set, recorded this summer at Fenway Park in Boston, is your typical DMB live album: pretty hot in places and pretty unnecessary in others. The band is particularly energized, though, and the set is tipped slightly toward mid-Nineties favorites — including an eighteen-minute "Jimi Thing," worth sitting all the way through if you're in the right frame of mind.

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