Jane Goodall Institute Benefit :: May 20, 2010

  • Concert Information:

    Artist: Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds
    Concert Date: May 20, 2010
    Tour: 2010 » Dave and Tim 2010
    Added: May 25, 2010
    Plays: 2,499
    Favorited: 17 times
    Quality:
    ***** 7 ratings
    Venue: DAR Constitution Hall
    1776 D Street Northwest
    Washington, DC 20006
    Show Info: DMB Almanac
    Download: Torrent
  • Tracks

    1.  Jane Goodall Intro 10:40
    2.  Bartender 9:12
    3.  Crush 8:00
    4.  Funny the Way It Is 6:02
    5.  Davespeak: Thank You/Funky/Man Boobs 1:53
    6.  Lying in the Hands of God 5:19
    7.  Davespeak: Glam Rock Face 2:43
    8.  Spaceman 6:05
    9.  Squirm 7:59
    10.  Old Dirt Hill (Bring That Beat Back) 4:41
    11.  Davespeak: Players / Big dummy 1:57
    12.  Rye Whiskey 3:25
    13.  Davespeak: Text 20222 1:40
    14.  And Then They Were Free * 6:15
    15.  The Needle and the Damage Done # 2:27
    16.  Eh Hee 3:54
    17.  Davespeak: Minoxidil 7 3:18
    18.  Stay or Leave 4:25
    19.  Davespeak: Stay still your face 1:46
    20.  Save Me 4:18
    21.  Che * 5:28
    22.  Davespeak: Smells Good/No Saint 1:31
    23.  So Damn Lucky 5:06
    24.  The Maker 5:54
    25.  You & Me > 4:33
    26.  Dancing Nancies 8:58
    27.  Encore Break 3:25
    28.  Sister 3:56
    29.  Davespeak: Happy Scottish Man 2:15
    30.  Corn Bread 5:22
    31.  Davespeak: Monistat Finger/Lame Rambler 4:05
    32.  Don't Drink the Water 6:44
    33.  Ants Marching 5:05

    * Tim solo
    # Dave solo

    Show description:

    We are pleased to announce that Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds will perform A Benefit for the Jane Goodall Institute on Thursday, May 20, 2010 at D.A.R. Constitution Hall in Washington D.C. The benefit concert is part of a year-long celebration of the 50th Anniversary of Dr. Jane Goodall's work. Throughout the 50th anniversary year, the Jane Goodall Institute will celebrate Dr. Goodall's illustrious career, the rich legacy of the Gombe research in Tanzania, East Africa and the many answers Gombe has yet to reveal.

    In the 50 years since Dr. Jane Goodall first set foot on the shores of Lake Tanganyika in what is now Tanzania's Gombe National Park, the research she pioneered there has produced a font of scientific discovery. The impact of the Gombe research spans the globe and covers a wide range of scientific disciplines, including human evolution, ethology, anthropology, behavioral psychology, sociology, conservation, disease transmission (including HIV-AIDS), aging and geospatial mapping.

    Additional information on the work of the Jane Goodall Institute may be found at www.janegoodall.org.

  • Recording Information

    Taper: Chris Howell
    Location : ~ 25' House Left of FOH
    Source : Neumann AK40 > LC3 > km100>  BMP2+UA-5 > MT2496(16/44.1)
    Transfer : MT2496>USB>Mac Mini
    Processing: Sound Studio 3(normalized,EQ)
    Conversion : Sound Studio 3(tracking)>xACT 1.64(level 8)

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