Come Tomorrow

Come Tomorrow

by Dave Matthews Band, Dave Matthews Dave Matthews Band
Come Tomorrow

Come Tomorrow

by Dave Matthews Band, Dave Matthews Dave Matthews Band


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Come Tomorrow arrives six years after Away from the World, by far the longest span of time separating albums in Dave Matthews Band history. During those years, DMB did what they always do: they toured every summer. This time, the group started chipping away at a new album, reuniting with many of the producers and engineers they worked with in the past. Steve Lillywhite, who helmed Away from the World, may be absent, but Rob Cavallo, the producer behind Big Whiskey & the GrooGrux King, is here, along with the R&B-savvy Stand Up producer Mark Batson and John Algia, who worked with DMB prior to their 1994 major-label debut, Under the Table and Dreaming. This laundry list of collaborators may suggest there were an awful lot of cooks in the kitchen for Come Tomorrow, yet the album is remarkably cohesive, representing a moody shift away from the settled sunniness of Away from the World. Darkness is no stranger to Matthews -- even his sunnier records have their share of meditative numbers -- but Come Tomorrow is a cousin to Some Devil and Busted Stuff, two albums that appeared in the dawning years of the 21st century that found the singer/songwriter questioning his purpose after the first flush of success. On this collection of songs, a handful of which are nearly a decade old, Matthews isn't quite as gloomy and unsettled as he was during the days after Y2K -- he throws in a handful of randy vamps and slow jams to puncture the mood -- but there's a sense that something is nagging at Matthews. That unease binds Come Tomorrow and is also articulated nicely by Matthews himself, whose weathered vocals feel appropriate weary. This leathery singing is new for DMB, as is the de facto absence of violinist Boyd Tinsley, who departed the band during the completion of this record under a cloud of sexual misconduct allegations. Without Tinsley or the late LeRoi Moore, Dave Matthews Band don't seem as loopy or rangy as they did in their prime, but this leaner sound suits a middle-aged Matthews, who is comfortable in his skin yet restless in his mind.

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Product Details

Release Date: 06/08/2018
Label: Rca
UPC: 0889854124229
catalogNumber: 541242
Rank: 187262


  1. Samurai Cop
  2. Can't Stop
  3. Here On Out
  4. That Girl is You
  5. She
  6. Idea of You
  7. Virginia In the Rain
  8. Again and Again
  9. Bkdkdkdd
  10. Black and Blue Bird
  11. Come On Come On
  12. Do You Remember
  13. Come Tomorrow
  14. When I'm Weary

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dave Matthews Band   Primary Artist
Dave Matthews   Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Percussion,Piano,Electric Guitar,Vocals,fender rhodes,Wurlitzer,Guitar (Baritone)
Tawatha Agee   Background Vocals
Charlie Bisharat   Violin
Jeff Coffin   Baritone Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Luis Conte   Percussion
Gary Grant   Trumpet,Flugelhorn
Dan Higgins   Tenor Saxophone
Alan Kaplan   Trombone,Bass Trombone
Dane Little   Cello
Butch Taylor   Piano
Rob Evans   Wah Wah Pedal
John Alagia   Synthesizer,Guitar,Piano,Bass Guitar,Electric Guitar,Hammond Organ,Background Vocals,Moog Synthesizer,Moog Bass
Rob Cavallo   Organ,Wurlitzer
Joseph Meyer   French Horn
Mark Batson   Piano,Clavinet,fender rhodes,Moog Bass
Carter Beauford   Drums,Water Bucket
Stefan Lessard   Bass
LeRoi Moore   Alto Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
Tim Reynolds   Guitar,Electric Guitar
Boyd Tinsley   Violin
William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach   Trombone,Bass Trumpet
Oliver Kraus   Strings
Natalie Leggett   Violin
Timothy Landauer   Cello
Nico Abondolo   Bass
Chris Bleth   Clarinet
David Parmeter   Bass
Rashawn Ross   Trumpet,Flugelhorn,Bass Trumpet,Background Vocals
Sara Perkins   Violin
Alyssa Park   Violin
Songa Lee   Violin
Brandi Carlile   Vocals
Steve Richards   Cello
Arthur "Buddy" Strong   Hammond Organ
Michelle Richards   Violin
Serena McKinney   Violin
Karen Elaine   Viola
Robert Brophy   Viola
Candice Anderson   Background Vocals
Alex Iles   Trombone
Steven Becknell   French Horn
Tamara Hatwan   Violin
Mario de León   Violin
Matthew Funes   Cello
Grace E. Oh   Violin
Amy Sanchez   French Horn
Sharon Bryant-Gallwey   Background Vocals
Josephina Vergara   Viola
Stephen Kujala   Flute
Rudolph Stein   Cello
Tereza Stanislauv   Violin
Andrew Duckels   Viola
Joe Fatheringham   Trumpet

Technical Credits

David Campbell   String Arrangements
Jeff Coffin   Composer
Jerry Hey   Horn Arrangements
Doug McKean   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Rob Evans   Producer,Engineer,Additional Production
John Alagia   Composer,Producer,Engineer,Executive Producer
Rob Cavallo   Producer
Steven Miller   Engineer
Mark Batson   Composer,Producer
Carter Beauford   Composer
Stefan Lessard   Composer
LeRoi Moore   Composer
Boyd Tinsley   Composer
Oliver Kraus   String Arrangements
Chris Kress   Engineer
Rashawn Ross   Composer,Horn Arrangements
Aaron Fessel   Engineer
David J. Matthews   Composer
Jason Shavey   Engineer
Sean Quackenbush   Engineer
Matt Dyson   Engineer
Pedro Calloni   Engineer
Julian Anderson   Engineer
Beatrice Coron   Cover Art

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