Live at Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado

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Live at Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado
Live album by Dave Matthews Band
Released November 5, 2002 (2002-11-05)
Recorded July 11, 2001
Genre Rock
Length 150:53
Label RCA
Producer John Alagía
Dave Matthews Band chronology
Busted Stuff
(2002)
Live at Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado
(2002)
The Central Park Concert
(2003)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars [2]

Live at Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado is the fourth live album released by the Dave Matthews Band. It was recorded in Boulder, Colorado at Folsom Field, the football stadium of the University of Colorado Boulder on July 11, 2001. It was released on the RCA Records music label on November 5, 2002 on Compact Disc, VHS, and DVD. The DVD was directed by Fenton Williams of Filament Productions.[3] In promotional material prior to the release, the album was originally titled Open up the Curtains,[4] a reference to the song "I Did It."

Track listing[edit]

Disc one
  1. "Don't Drink the Water" – 9:10
  2. "JTR" – 6:52
    • with The Lovely Ladies
  3. "When the World Ends" – 3:46
  4. "So Right" – 6:15
  5. "Big Eyed Fish" – 7:08
  6. "Bartender" – 9:54
  7. "What You Are" – 6:56
  8. "Crash into Me" – 5:57
  9. "Everyday" – 8:42
    • with The Lovely Ladies
  10. "I Did It" – 3:44
    • with The Lovely Ladies
  11. "If I Had It All" – 4:31
    • with The Lovely Ladies
Disc two
  1. "Angel" – 14:29
    • with The Lovely Ladies
  2. "Warehouse" – 9:25
  3. "Recently" – 4:12
  4. "Digging A Ditch" – 5:33
  5. "What Would You Say" – 4:53
  6. "All Along the Watchtower" (Dylan) – 9:24
    • with Butch Taylor
  7. "The Space Between" – 5:00
    • with The Lovely Ladies
  8. "Stay (Wasting Time)" – 7:47
  9. "Two Step" – 9:18
  10. "Ants Marching" – 7:55

Personnel[edit]

Dave Matthews Band
Guests
Technical personnel
  • Doug Biro .... executive producer: RCA Records
  • Danny O'Bryen .... producer
  • Hugh Surratt .... executive producer: RCA Records
  • Fenton Williams .... producer
  • Stephan Gomes .... set carpenter: DMB tour crew
  • John Alagia .... stereo mixer
  • Jeff Child .... audio technician: DMB tour crew
  • Derek Featherstone .... audio technician: DMB tour crew
  • Scott Harvey .... delay audio: tour
  • Jeff Juliano .... stereo mixer
  • Gary Long .... sound
  • Lonnie Quinn .... audio crew chief: DMB tour crew
  • Larry Reed .... sound
  • Derek Sample .... sound re-recording mixer: Post Fix Inc.
  • Stewart Whitmore .... digital sound editor: Marcussen Mastering, Hollywood, CA (as Stewart Whitemore)
  • Jeff Richter .... supervising editor
  • Ed Cherney .... music mixer: Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA
  • Steve Genewick .... assistant music mixer: Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, CA
  • Stephen Marcussen .... music mastering
  • Doug Biro .... creative director: RCA Records
  • Hugh Surratt .... creative director: RCA Records
  • Chris Osterhus – film editing
  • Jeff Richter – film editing
  • Greg Rogers – film editing

References[edit]

  1. ^ Live at Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado at AllMusic
  2. ^ [1][dead link]
  3. ^ Fenton Williams – IMDB, Internet Movie Database. Retrieved 2010-07-06.
  4. ^ Jaquith, Waldo (2002-09-12). "Folsom Field Date, Cover Art". nancies.org. Retrieved 2008-03-16.