Friday, January 28, 2011

Setlist etc: Umphrey's McGee 1.28.11 Best Buy Theater ~ New York, NY

  

Set One: Nemo^, Wappy Sprayberry > Wellwishers, 2x2,  Nothing Too Fancy > Hajimemashite/ Bittersweet Symphony^^, Rocker II

Set Two: Miss Tinkle's Overture, Plunger > Glory > Plunger, Mantis Ghetts, Roundabout, In The Kitchen > Nothing Too Fancy, The Floor  

Encore: Bridgeless 

Notes:
^ During the pause in Nemo, Bayliss announced a surprise show at the Brooklyn Bowl on Monday January 31st. Win tickets via Hidden Track.
^^ mash-up

[setlist source: @soundcaresser]

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Audio:
Neumann TLM-170 via Live Music Archive. Recorded, mastered, tracked, and uploaded by @scott_bernstein

  

Jambands.com: Umphrey’s LD Jeff Waful to Launch Reality Web Series

  
via Jambands.com:
Umphrey’s McGee lighting designer Jeff Waful, in association with Relix.com, is launching his own web-based video series this spring, titled Jeff Waful +1. The show promises to portray “two very different sides of the music industry: a behind-the-scenes look at life on the road and a Charlie Rose-style one-on-one interview program.” A trailer for the new series can be found here.

Waful, a former Jambands.com news editor and Relix staff member who’s interviewed everyone from Neil Young, Wayne Coyne and Trey Anastasio, got his start in lighting design with the band moe. in 2004. While he’s continued to periodically contribute to both publications, he now turns the mic—and, in this case, the video camera—on himself as he documents his life on the road while also launching an interview-based music television show in New York City. Continued...

  

Daily Audio: Phish with Dave Matthews and LeRoi Moore "Three Little Birds" 6.17.1995 Nissan Pavilion ~ Bristow, VA

   
photo via Danny Clinch

All the recent Phish/Dave Matthews Band rumors picking up steam provide motivation for today's track. Featuring Phish's encore from June 17th, 1995 at the Nissan Pavilion in Bristow, VA. Dave Matthews and the late LeRoi Moore joined the Vermont quartet for a cover of Bob Marley's "Three Little Birds" (MVP = Page). This same show is worth seeking out for the gorgeous "Curtain > Stash" pairing, and a memorable dark "Tweezer" containing the debut of "Johnny B. Goode" (I'd love to see modern-day Trey rip this up) sandwiched inside.



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For more on past Phish and Dave Matthews Band collaborations, check out this tasty piece Hidden Track ran in May of 2009.

 

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