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Umphrey's McGee TourGigs Collection - Live At The Fillmore Auditorium - Denver, CO 12.29.2013 (2014)

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On night two, the band kicked things off with the aptly titled "Flamethrower" before
segueing into a "Mulche's Odyssey," dominated by Cinninger on the fire
and brimstone. "Miami Virtue" cooled things off a bit as Ryan Stasik
dropped a smooth bass line, which, synced with the keyboard handiwork of
Cummins, got both the band and crowd into a steady head bob. On the
heels of a hefty "Plunger” sandwich, "Dump City" set up a second set
that won't soon be forgotten. The great saxophonist Joshua Redman joined
the band for all of set two, making this one a rare gem in the UM
catalog. Monster song after monster song interspersed with high energy
improv made this one of the band's favorite sets of the year. This one


A jam band coming out of the Midwest in the mid-'90s, Umphrey's McGee
edged toward the Frank Zappa side of the improv rock scale, as opposed
to the Grateful Dead/Allman Brothers Band direction of their many
contemporaries. The members of Umphrey's McGee met at the University of
Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana. The original four bandmembers
(keyboardist Joel Cummins, guitarist Brendan Bayliss, bassist Ryan
Stasik, and drummer Mike Mirro) had been playing in various campus bands
when they got together in December 1997, naming themselves after a
cousin of Bayliss'. With the national jam band infrastructure already in
place, the band quickly began disseminating their live shows and soon
released their first studio album, Greatest Hits, Vol. 3. The
fourth-generation jam band often included songs by Phish and moe. in
their live sets, along with the usual selection of wacky covers.

The quartet won a large following in the South Bend area. As bandmembers
graduated, the group began a more and more rigorous rehearsal schedule.
Half of the band had degrees in music, so emphasis was placed on
constant precision. The bandmembers religiously studied tapes of their
performances in order to improve them. While their record sales still
hadn't reached high levels, they used live recordings to pave the way
for gigs in parts of the country they'd never been to before. (A story
circulates of the band selling out shows in Colorado before their first
trip there due to the distribution of their live CDs.)

In 1999, the band released a live recording titled Songs for Older
Women, which also marked the debut of percussionist Andy Farag. In 2000,
the band became a sextet with the addition of guitarist Jake Cinninger,
a former member of a fellow South Bend group Ali Babba's Tahini, which
had broken up, and they made the move to the bustling metropolis of
Chicago. From their new home base, the band went on two-week jaunts
throughout the Midwest, occasionally hitting other markets and sharing
the stage with a variety of musicians, including Dr. Didg (aka Graham
Wiggins), the Chicago-based blues harmonica player Sugar Blue, Béla
Fleck, Topaz, and many others.

On New Year's Eve 2000, Umphrey's McGee released their third album,
another live disc, titled One Fat Sucka. Their first studio album, Local
Band Does O.K., came out in 2002. One year later, they released their
first DVD, Live from the Lake Coast, which had been filmed in July 2002.
It marked the last appearance on an Umphrey's McGee recording by Mirro,
who left to go to medical school and was replaced on New Year's Eve
2002 by Kris Myers, who had a master's degree in jazz drumming. Local
Band Does OKlahoma, their next live album, was also released in 2003.

A second studio album, Anchor Drops, appeared in 2004 on the SCI
Fidelity label run by fellow jam band the String Cheese Incident, and a
second DVD, Wrapped Around Chicago: New Years at the Riv, was issued in
2005. In 2006, Umphrey's McGee released their third studio album, Safety
in Numbers. It was their first to crack Billboard's albums chart.
Another studio effort, The Bottom Half, was culled from Safety in
Numbers sessions; both it and the critically praised concert album Live
at the Murat appeared in 2007. Mantis was released early in 2009, and it
charted even higher than Safety in Numbers. The Manny Sanchez and Kevin
Browning-produced Death by Stereo followed in 2011. Three years later,
Similar Skin charted a progressive course through '80s rock and metal,
becoming their highest-charting album to date. A one-day recording burst
at Abbey Road in June 2014 produced The London Session, a mix of new
material, road-tested songs never recorded in a studio, new arrangements
of previously recorded tunes, and a cover of the Beatles' "I Want You
(She's So Heavy)." It was released in April 2015.~ Jesse Jarnow, All Music Guide


Track List:

Set 1:

Flamethrower >
Mulche's Odyssey
Miami Virtue >
Plunger >
Day Nurse
No Comment >
Nemo >
Dear Lord >
Dump City[1]

Set 2:

Der Bluten Kat[2] >
Amble On[2] >
Der Bluten Kat[3]
Wife Soup[2]


[1] with Ivan Neville on keys
[2] with Joshua Redman on saxophone
[3] with Joshua Redman on saxophone and Jaden Carlson on guitar

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