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dave mattthews band

Everyday (2001) - CD - 12 Tracks.

santana, guitar

[ CD ] [NEW WAVE -PUNK - POWER POP - 80s-90s -00]

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EE.UU.

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ILS - BOXET

1. I Did It
2. When the World Ends
3. Space Between
4. Dreams of Our Fathers
5. So Right
6. If I Had It All
7. What You Are
8. Angel
9. Fool to Think
10. Sleep to Dream Her
11. Mother Father
12. Everyday

Details
Number of CDs: 1
Contributing Artists: Dave Matthews Band
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
EAN: 0078636798820

Album Notes
Dave Matthews Band: Dave Matthews (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, baritone guitar); Leroi Moore (flute, contra bass clarinet, alto & tenor saxophone, background vocals); Boyd Tinsley (violin, background vocals); Stefan Lessard (electric bass); Carter Beauford (vibraphone, drums, bongos, congas, background vocals).Additional personnel: Vusi Mahlasela (vocals); Carlos Santana (electric guitar); Glen Ballard (keyboards, programming).Recorded at Conway Studios, Hollywood, California."The Space Between" was nominated for the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal.The hugely successful EVERYDAY is a testament to the Dave Matthews Band's persistence and self-awareness in sticking with a sound and style of music that has changed little since its inception. With the exception of certain production flourishes and a more direct approach in the songs' presentation, it's an album that the band could have made anytime in the past decade, which is of course the secret of the band's success--it consistently delivers exactly what's required. And some of what's required this time round is an infectious, sexy shuffle in the form of "When the World Ends," which is about hot sex at the apocalypse (sample lyric: "your legs don't work 'cos you want me so"), a stadium-sized Bic-ballad in "The Space Between," the Matthews specialty stream of consciousness "Dreams of Our Fathers," and a Spanish-tinged "Mother Father" featuring, you've guessed it, Carlos Santana, on flamenco-inflected guitar. Carter Beauford is, as always, a one-man drum tutorial, and Matthews plays the stoner troubadour to perfection throughout. While the hot jamming is somewhat truncated on this outing, it's more than compensated for by the album's focused feel.

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