Remember Two Things is an album by the Dave Matthews Band, released independently on the band's Bama Rags label on November 9, 1993. This is the only release that lists the name of the group as "The Dave Matthews Band." It was reissued by RCA Records on June 24, 1997 and was certified platinum by the RIAA in 2002. The album cover art is an autostereogram which, when focused on correctly, shows a person's hand displaying a peace sign. It was created by two former UVA students in Charlottesville: Rick Kwiatkowski and Jeff Smith. The general consensus among Dave Matthews Band fan websites is that the two things referred to in the title are "love your mother" and "leave only footprints" as well as the two fingers displayed in the aforementioned cover.
"The Song That Jane Likes" is named after Matthews' younger sister. In concert, he often prefaces the song by saying, "I've got a little sister named Jane, and this is the song that Jane likes."
The first six songs are full-band live recordings. "Minarets" and "Seek Up" are full-band studio recordings, and "I'll Back You Up" and "Christmas Song" are live acoustic recordings by Matthews and Tim Reynolds. Matthews has been cited as saying that "I'll Back You Up" was recorded in a closet near a bathroom, and the version on the album is the one "with no flushing sounds in it."