dealsdave matthews band: live on lakeside free download


@coondogg97: Blast from the past! I downloaded this in December, 2011.


"moody exploration of neo-Weather Report fusion."

What the heck? Still grabbed it and looking forward to neo......


@morriea: Weather Report was a 70s jazz fusion band.


You need to enter a method of payment (like a credit card) before you can receive your free music.
Not worth the trouble for me, but may be a good deal for some.


Those of us who have downloaded music thru Google before already have our accounts set up. They want your credit card number for your account for any future Google purchases that you might make, which is why you set your account up now if you are new. They offer music for free and in hopes that you'll come back and pay for more, but you don't have to. If you don't want to set up your account and put your credit card number in then JUST DON'T. It's not a scam, but your own choice to not create your account by following their rules, so stop complaining then! If you don't want to follow their rules then don't expect to receive what they're giving away! Nobody is forcing you to do it. It's like those of us that coupon or respond to free offers/samples all the time. If you don't like what they want you to do then don't do it. It's as simple as that.

I enjoy receiving the free music. I've gotten some really great music and entire albums for free. Found some new groups I liked too,


"moody exploration of neo-Weather Report fusion."
I saw DMB once about 10 years ago. I'm 55 so I'm a bit out of thier audience range. Only vaguely familiar with their music when I went. They were terrific and I came away thinking, 'that was a bit like weather report', and, I've never thought anybody was like Weather Report before. That band was phenomenal. Very progressive in their time. Best bass player I've ever seen (Jaco). Check em' out if you like to explore some!


Crap music for free is still crap.