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Podcast #16 - September 2005 part 2 ::: podcast016.zip (69.1 MB)

DESCRIPTION: More selections from September bring an extended take on the ending of Plunger, demonstrating yet another direction ths song can go. All in Time, FF, and Hangover are threee of the oldest songs in Umphrey's McGee songbook as well as consistent fan favorites. (umphreys.com)

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  1. All in Time (09.17.05 Electric Factory - Philadelphia, PA)
  2. Plunger (09.14.05 Avalon - Boston, MA)
  3. FF >
  4. "Jimmy Stewart"*
  5. White Man's Moccasins >
  6. Great American (09.07.05 Majestic Theater - Detroit, MI)
  7. Ringo >
  8. "Jimmy Stewart"*
  9. Ringo (09.30.05 The Pageant - St. Louis, MO)
  10. Blue Echo** >
  11. Hangover (09.13.05 Pearl Street Ballroom - Northampton, MA)
* with lyrics
** with Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution (AC/DC) intro


Podcast #17 - September 2005 part 3 ::: podcast017.zip (70.3 MB)

DESCRIPTION: Jake Cinninger switches from guitar to bass guitar while Ryan Stasik moves over to the Fender Rhodes on the opening track, In Violation of Yes, which originally appeared on Joel Cummins' 2002 solo album Common Sense. All Things Ninja, a concert rarity these days, ventures into some of the more dark and dissonant territory that UM can explore. The closing combination of 2x2 and Phil's Farm mark the podcast debut of these two songs that have been staples of the repertoire since the earliest days in 1998. (umphreys.com)

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  1. In Violation of Yes (09.14.05 - Avalon, Boston, MA)
  2. Syncopated Strangers >
  3. "Jimmy Stewart" >
  4. Syncopated Strangers (09.09.05 Water Street Music Hall - Rochester, NY)
  5. The Fuzz >
  6. All Things Ninja (09.13.05 Pearl Street Ballroom - Northampton, MA)
  7. 2x2 (09.11.05 Higher Ground - South Burlington, VT)
  8. Phil's Farm (09.29.05 The Canopy Club - Urbana, IL)


Podcast #18 - October 2005 part 1 ::: podcast018.zip (72.3 MB)

DESCRIPTION: Believe the Lie, here with an extended ambient intro, is the opening track for the new album Safety In Numbers, due out April 4th. After an always rousing Prowler comes an Uncommon with a unique (uncommon, if you will) extended improvisational take. Smell the Mitten is another in the arsenal of Spinal Tap references across the Umphrey's McGee catalog. To close is another improvisation laden Padgett's Profile that sees the band traversing several moods before dissolving into Thin Air. (umphreys.com)

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  1. Get in the Van (10.02.05 Barrymore Theater - Madison, WI)
  2. Believe the Lie
  3. Prowler >
  4. Uncommon (10.12.05 Blue Cats - Knoxville, TN)
  5. In the Kitchen (10.26.05 Orpheum Theater - Flagstaff, AZ)
  6. Smell the Mitten (10.02.05 Barrymore Theater - Madison, WI)
  7. Padgett's Profile* >
  8. Thin Air (10.26.05 Orpheum Theater - Flagstaff, AZ)
* with Miss Tinkle's Overture teases


Podcast #19 - October 2005 part 2 ::: podcast019.zip (75.7 MB)

DESCRIPTION: The mixed-meter Sociable Jimmy slides into a soaring Jazz Odyssey, before slipping into the unique slow Partyin' Peeps intro. The rare Sweetness inside of Divisions was a treat, while the Bridgeless jam that followed teased the fans (the band delivered said song the following evening). The Talking Heads' Making Flippy Floppy is a springboard for extended improvisation including a tease of the no-longer-played Nachos for Two. (umphreys.com)

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  1. Sociable Jimmy >
  2. Jazz Odyssey >
  3. Partyin' Peeps (10.25.05 Marquee Theatre - Tempe, AZ)
  4. Divisions >
  5. Sweetness* >
  6. Divisions (10.01.05 Barrymore Theater - Madison, WI)
  7. Making Flippy Floppy >
  8. "Jimmy Stewart"^ >
  9. Mulche's Odyssey (10.12.05 Blue Cats - Knoxville, TN)
* with Bridgeless jam
^ with Nachos for Two teases; with lyrics


Podcast #20 - October 2005 part 3 ::: podcast020.zip (67.7 MB)

DESCRIPTION: We conclude our look back on October with some highlights from the much anticipated late-night Vegoose gig. This includes a sit-in by Warren Haynes, adding his incendiary guitar to an extended take on the Led Zeppelin classic Immigrant Song, a version which dwarfs the brief apperance it made in Podcast 5. To close is a wildly improvisatory Ringo bookended by Ocean Billy, another track that will appear on the new album. (umphreys.com)

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  1. Bridgeless (10.02.05 Barrymore Theater - Madison, WI)
  2. The Triple Wide >
  3. Wife Soup*
  4. Immigrant Song^ (10.28.05 House of Blues - Las Vegas, NV)
  5. Ocean Billy >
  6. Ringo >
  7. Ocean Billy (10.15.05 Georgia Theatre - Athens, GA)
* with March of the S.O.D. (Stormtroopers of Death) teases
^ first time played in full; with Warren Haynes