Bartender [Live] - Dave Matthews, Matthews, Dave 
When the World Ends [Live] - Dave Matthews, Ballard, Glen
Stay or Leave [Live] - Dave Matthews, Matthews, Dave 
Save Me [Live] - Dave Matthews, Matthews, Dave 
Crush [Live] - Dave Matthews, Matthews, Dave 
So Damn Lucky [Live] - Dave Matthews, Harris, Stephen
Gravedigger [Live] - Dave Matthews, Matthews, Dave 
The Maker [Live] - Dave Matthews, Lanois, Daniel
Old Dirt Hill (Bring That Beat Back) [Live] - Dave Matthews, Batson, Mark
Eh Hee [Live] - Dave Matthews, Matthews, Dave 
Betrayal [Live] - Dave Matthews, Reynolds, Tim
Out of My Hands [Live] - Dave Matthews, Batson, Mark
Still Water [Live] - Dave Matthews, Lanois, Daniel
Don't Drink the Water/This Land Is Your Land [Live] - Dave Matthews, Guthrie, Woody
In April 2007, Dave Mathews and Tim Reynolds embarked on a 3 city theatre tour, culminating with a performance in the intimate confines of Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Due to the small sized venues and extremely... more » limited number of dates, tickets were practically impossible to get, making these new 2 CD and 2 DVD sets all the more desirable to the huge Dave Matthews band fanbase.« less
In April 2007, Dave Mathews and Tim Reynolds embarked on a 3 city theatre tour, culminating with a performance in the intimate confines of Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Due to the small sized venues and extremely limited number of dates, tickets were practically impossible to get, making these new 2 CD and 2 DVD sets all the more desirable to the huge Dave Matthews band fanbase.
Michelle S. (Chelly10s) from W HOLLYWOOD, CA Reviewed on 4/28/2010...
This CD has a mix of Dave Matthews Band hits with Tim Reynold's twists on them, which is just some extra guitar work. There are also some instrumental tracks that are unique to this CD. Oh, and this CD includes "Cornbread"--a great track that you can only hear at a concert or on one of the live albums.
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Best Live CD in Quite Some Time
Matthew W. Paradise | Indianapolis, IN United States | 08/21/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"OK OK While I'd like to say I'm a huge Dave fan, I will admit that unlike some of the people that will buy this CD, I only have been to 6 concerts and own 10-12 CDs including 5 live discs.
To most people that is a lot, but to Dave Matthew addicts that might not. I know that there are some people so obsessed that they probably have all 54 or so albums (90% of them live) that have been released.
That being said I have to say that this album in my opinion is well deserving of a 5 star rating for the following reasons:
a) Sound Quality - 5 stars. The sound quality is perfect. Just enough crowd and the band is captured well. Not to much voice not too much band. Perfect.
b) Song Selection - 5 Stars. A Few old songs a few classics, some Lillywhite stuff, but plenty of newer stuff. I also own the Live Trax Fenway album that has 4 cds. I mean I love Dave, but 4 discs is too many. Dave plays so many songs I realize it's tough to pare down a weekend of concerts into one CD, and that is why this disc gets 5 stars. Perfect paring. And yes there are some new tracks on here as well!
c) Performance - 4.5 stars - Comparing this disc to the Luther College Tim Reynolds disc is tough since that was the standard, but despite Tim not shining as bright as he did on that album he still adds plenty to this disc as would be expected. Also I notice that it seems like everyone kind of brings their A game. Not sure if it's Tims presence or what but it is definitely noticeable. And yes there's a little Dave speak, but overall very good. And did I hear a piano in there...
d) Value - 5 stars - Amazon has this for $11.99 that is great for a new release live disc from DMB that contains a couple new songs, but more importantly new live versions of recent songs. I mean if people are comparing this to Live at Luther College from 7-8 years ago then you know it's worth the $.
Overall this CD is great. My favorite still remains the Red Rocks two disc. For the simple fact that at the time it was awesome. It is still good, despite the fact that having heard all those songs played over and over in so many live versions has made it lose its luster. However as a new release live disc, I don't think there's a two disc release from that Dave to date that was greeted with so much widespread enjoyment as that albums was way back in 1997."
This was a great concert, but it is undeniably spectacular o
Steven Burke | Earth | 07/24/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"With lossless 5.1 24-bit/96kHz Dolby TrueHD, lossless 2.0 24-bit/48kHz PCM and a high bit-rate pristine VC-1 1080p picture, this marks not only the first time a Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds show is being released on a video format, but the first time we have a lossless surround mix of these two great musicians. You can read the tracklist to see what is on this disc. D+T shows are always pretty special if you're lucky enough to get one. Is the difference worth spending $3 more than the DVD? Only if you have a Blu-ray player or a Playstation 3, then you would be foolish to NOT buy it. Even if you don't have an HDTV the high bitrate VC-1 encode will look far superior at 480i on a standard television set than the DVD will. If you do pick this up, get ready to experience Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds like never before. As Peter Bracke said on High Def Digest about this release "the TrueHD is without a doubt the best audio presentation I've yet heard on a next-gen release. I mean it -- it's that good." Do you hear that people? The best audio presentation of any Blu-ray or HD DVD disc to date. Enjoy. =D"
Great reference disc for Blu-Ray
Peter | Portland, OR | 09/14/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I recently had a Pioneer 6010FD, Denon 4306 AVR, and Samsung BDP-1200 installed. I put this disc in to demo the new home theater setup for my wife. To say she was blown away is an understatement.
My AVR doesn't decode TrueHD. However, the PCM 2.0 was incredible. The clarity of the music was unbelievable. The music just seemed to fill the room and take your breath away. Sound seemed to be coming from everywhere.
The video wasn't shabby, either. In 1080p you could even read notes that Dave had written on his hand.
If you want to showcase your new system, this disc is tops for showing the capabilities of the audio and does a fantastic job with the video as well."
Possibly the most moving...
Nathan Grant | Springfield, MO United States | 08/22/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This concert is outstanding. The quality is amazing. This DVD has the BEST sound quality of any previous release. The camera work is great. I have been a huge fan of the Dave Matthews Band since I heard "What Would You Say" on the radio back in the early 90s. I thought Live at Luther College was wonderful, but Live at Radio City Music Hall shines in many many ways.
The sound is really like being there. Even the video quality is extremely clear. The track listing is nearly perfect for a newer release. Not too much old stuff, not too much of the crappy stuff, and some excellent new material. I have to say how wonderful it is to witness Tim Reynolds play the guitar. I've only imagined it since their last release in the late 90s. To not only hear him, but see him play will leave you with your mouth open.
To hear Dave tell the stories he has to tell is a real treat. I always enjoy his ramblings, because sometimes, even if they seem like they aren't going anywhere, they always end up of some importance to the next song. The story about "The Bushmen" is entertaining and interesting as he goes into Eh Hee. Also the performance of Crush could be the most moving version I've ever heard.
Overall, I this should be on the top of any fan's list of what to buy. If you're choosey about buying the many live discs the group puts out, buy this one without second thought."
A perfect companion to Luther College.
achtung | United States | 08/21/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I hadn't given Luther College a listen in a long time before picking up this brand new Dave/Tim release. When I placed the CD in the player, the first track, a haunting version of "Bartender", immediately conjured up memories of what it was to sit down on a dark night and pop-in Luther College for some mood music.
That's not to say that Live at Radio City is a purely nostalgic piece. The memories of the past were soon overtaken by the glory of the present, as Radio City easily stands on its own not as Luther College's "little brother" so to speak, but as its equal.
This can be credited to Radio City's unique song selection - only 4 of the 26 tracks presented here are on the previous Dave/Tim release. The unique tracks include Dave and Tim versions of songs from the DMB albums LWS/Busted Stuff, Before These Crowded Streets, Stand Up, and from the Dave solo album Some Devil.
There are also a few covers of Daniel Lanois songs, as well as one Neil Young cover, and Woody Guthrie's staple "This Land Is Your Land". And, of course, Tim plays a few of his own songs, which allows him to demonstrate the full capabilities of his guitar playing. And, if that wasn't enough, there are also a few unreleased Dave-penned songs here including "Eh Hee", "Cornbread", and "Sister," all of which are being played regularly on the current (2007) DMB tour.
Some highlights include a fantastic "Grace Is Gone" (a song that seemed to be made for this type of setting), "Lie In Our Graves", the new song "Eh Hee", "Some Devil", "When the World Ends", and I like both of the Tim songs better than "Stream". And "Old Dirt Hill" is actually kind've interesting here.