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We maybe have a little more wisdom about what matters, at least in out tiny universe, certainly not beyond the tops of the trees." It's unclear whether this increased wisdom inspired the title of DMB's impressive new album, "Away From The World," which features some of the group's most ambitious and impressive work to date.But the return of Steve Lillywhite, who produced DMB's first three albums, is cause for celebration for devoted fans.The show comes just five days before the release of their potent new album, “Away From The World,” which reunites them with producer Steve Lillywhite (who oversaw DMB’s first three albums).Mindful of their remarkable good fortune, DMB launched the non-profit Bama Works Fund in 1999.
So does the precarious state of the world today, which he addresses on several songs on DMB’s new album.DMB’s 2009 tour grossed .9 million, according to magazine, the concert industry’s leading weekly publication.This feat was is doubly notable since DMB charges considerably less for tickets than most other top concert attractions.Getting back together with Lillywhite for "Away From The World" represents a step forward, not back."(at first) Steve had this desire to record songs we had (stockpiled) over the past 20 years that we never recorded," Matthews said. I don't know how many we've played live, maybe 15, but I was excited about working with Steve (again).