The Central Park Concert

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The Central Park Concert is a 2003 live album by the American rock group, Dave Matthews Band, recorded in Central Park, New York City.[1]

The Central Park Concert
Live album by Dave Matthews Band
Released November 18, 2003 (2003-11-18)
Recorded September 24, 2003, at Central Park, New York City, New York
Genre Rock, jazz rock
Length 164:29
Label RCA
Producer John Alagía (CD)
Doug Brio, Daniel Catullo, Jack Gulick(DVD)
Dave Matthews Band chronology
Live at Folsom Field, Boulder, Colorado
(2002)
The Central Park Concert
(2003)
The Gorge
(2004)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmovie 3/5 stars [2]
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars [3]

Audio track listing[edit]

Disc one
  1. "Don't Drink the Water" (Matthews) – 10:09
  2. "So Much to Say" (Griesar, Matthews, Tinsley) – 4:14
  3. "Anyone Seen the Bridge?" » "Too Much" (Beauford, Lessard, Matthews, Moore, Tinsley) – 6:41
  4. "Granny" (Matthews) – 4:32
  5. "Crush" (Matthews) – 11:19
  6. "When the World Ends" (Ballard, Matthews) – 3:54
Disc two
  1. "Dancing Nancies" (Matthews) – 9:44
  2. "Warehouse" (Matthews) – 9:40
  3. "Ants Marching" (Matthews) – 5:51
  4. "Rhyme and Reason" (Matthews) – 5:36
  5. "Two Step" (Matthews) – 18:56
  6. "Help Myself" (Matthews) – 5:22
Disc three
  1. "Cortez the Killer" (Young) – 10:52
  2. "Jimi Thing" (Matthews) – 16:39
  3. "What Would You Say" (Matthews) – 5:27
  4. "Where Are You Going" (Matthews) – 3:53
  5. "All Along the Watchtower" (Dylan) – 12:59
  6. "Grey Street" (Matthews) – 4:58
  7. "What You Are" (Ballard, Matthews) – 6:40
  8. "Stay (Wasting Time)" (Lessard, Matthews, Moore) – 6:59

Video track listing[edit]

Disc one
  1. Prelude »
  2. "Don't Drink the Water"
  3. "So Much to Say" » "Anyone Seen the Bridge?"
  4. "Too Much"
  5. "Granny"
  6. "Crush"
  7. "When the World Ends"
  8. "Dancing Nancies" »
  9. "Warehouse"
  10. "Ants Marching"
  11. "Rhyme & Reason"
  12. "Two Step"
Disc two
  1. "Help Myself"
  2. "Cortez, the Killer"
  3. "Jimi Thing"
  4. "What Would You Say"
  5. "Where Are You Going"
  6. "All Along the Watchtower"
  7. "Grey Street"
  8. "What You Are"
  9. "Stay (Wasting Time)"

Personnel[edit]

Dave Matthews Band
Additional musicians
Production
  • Doug Biro .... producer
  • Coran Capshaw .... executive producer
  • Daniel Catullo .... producer (as Daniel E. Catullo III)
  • Mark Dowley .... executive producer
  • Tanya Greenblatt .... producer: Event Resources, Inc.
  • Jack Gulick .... producer
  • Liam J. Lynch .... producer: Central Park Event Production
  • Richard Sanders .... executive producer
  • David Stallbaumer .... senior producer: Event Resources, Inc.
  • Hugh Surratt .... executive producer
  • Richard Taylor .... executive producer: AOL
  • Chris Wiel .... executive producer: Central Park Event Production, Momentum
  • Rick Siegel – cinematography
  • Barnaby Draper - photography
  • Michael Burlingame – film editing
  • Sean Fullan – film editing
  • Terry Katz – film editing
  • William Knight – film editing
  • Christine Mitsogiorgakis (video "Earth2Mars") – film editing
  • Kevin Moy – film editing
  • Michael Adames .... graphic designer
  • John Alagia .... sound mixer: 5.1 surround and stereo, Effanel Music
  • John Alagia .... sound producer
  • Ramsey Alkaysi .... utility sound
  • Jon Altschiller .... additional sound engineer
  • Robert Bargnesi .... key utility sound (as Rob Bargensi)
  • James Biggs .... utility sound
  • Mike Brady .... audio delays: Dave Matthews Band tour production
  • Pawel Butkiewicz .... utility sound
  • Jeff Child .... audio technician: Dave Matthews Band tour production
  • Dave Civadanes .... utility sound
  • Tom Curran .... audio two
  • Pat Duffy .... utility sound
  • Tom Efinger .... sound re-recording mixer: Dig It Audio (as Tom Effinger)
  • Jason Eskew .... RF coordinator (Dave Matthews Band tour production)
  • Rob Evans .... additional Pro Tools and digital services: PMD Recording, Charlottesville, VA
  • Derek Featherstone .... audio systems technician: Dave Matthews Band tour production
  • Matthew Haasch .... audio delays: Dave Matthews Band tour production
  • John Harris .... sound mixer: 5.1 surround and stereo, Effanel Music
  • Scott Harvey .... audio delays: Dave Matthews Band tour production
  • Jeff Juliano .... sound mixer: 5.1 surround and stereo, Effanel Music
  • Chris Kress .... additional Pro Tools and digital services: PMD Recording, Charlottesville, VA
  • Ian Kuhn .... monitor engineer: Dave Matthews Band tour production
  • Joe Lawlor .... live recording engineer: Dave Matthews Band tour production
  • David Lewis .... utility sound
  • Tom Lyon .... audio systems technician: Dave Matthews Band tour production
  • George Marino .... sound masterer: Sterling Sound, NYC
  • Jim Martens .... utility sound
  • Jesse James Mehrmann .... utility sound
  • John Moros .... assistant sound re-recording mixer
  • Viktor Moroz .... utility sound
  • Jose Neves .... audio delays: Dave Matthews Band tour production
  • Tony Norris .... audio technician: Dave Matthews Band tour production
  • Seth Orenstein .... utility sound
  • Casey Phariss .... audio tape operator
  • Chris Prinzivalli .... stage technician: Effanel Music Inc.
  • Lonnie Quinn .... audio crew chief: Dave Matthews Band tour production
  • Daniel Sanders .... utility sound
  • Rocky Shinh .... utility sound
  • Joel Singer .... audio EIC: Effanel Music, Inc.
  • Jeff Thomas .... house sound engineer: Dave Matthews Tour production
  • Phil Velez .... utility sound
  • Ian Vysick .... audio one

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Thom Jurek. "The Central Park Concert". Allmusic. Retrieved January 10, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Movies and Films Database - Movie Search, Guide, Recommendations, and Reviews – AllRovi". Allmovie.com. 2011-10-24. Retrieved 2012-01-10. 
  3. ^ [1][dead link]

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