The Central Park Concert by Dave Matthews Band

Dave Matthews Band’s album cover for “The Central Park Concert” is a long distance shot of Central Park. The album was recorded on September 24, 2003 and released by RCA on November 18, 2003.

Additionally, Central Park was the location for many album covers including: “Pretzel Logic” by Steely Dan, “Men Without Women ” by Steve Van Zandt and the back cover of “Milk and Honey” by John Lennon and Yoko Ono.

“The Central Park Concert” Tracks:

Disc One:
Don’t Drink the Water
So Much to Say
Anyone Seen the Bridge? » Too Much
When the World Ends

Disc Two:
Dancing Nancies
Ants Marching
Rhyme and Reason
Two Step
Help Myself

Disc Three:
Cortez the Killer
Jimi Thing
What Would You Say
Where Are You Going
All Along the Watchtower
Grey Street
What You Are
Stay (Wasting Time)


Dave Matthews – acoustic guitar, electric guitar, vocals
Carter Beauford – percussion, drums, backup vocals
Stefan Lessard – bass guitar
LeRoi Moore – saxophones, backup vocals
Boyd Tinsley – violin, backup vocals
Butch Taylor – keyboards, backup vocals
Warren Haynes – electric guitar, vocals

Central Park
New York