Thursday, May 19, 2011

“Live in Utica” DVD premier hosted by The WaterWheel Foundation

  

The WaterWheel Foundation is hosting a “Live in Utica” DVD premier at the Roxy Theatre in Burlington, VT on Sunday, May 22nd at 8pm. All ticket proceeds and funds raised from an on-site auction will go to the Boys and Girls Club of Burlington. The on-site auction includes a chance to win 2 tickets to Super Ball IX, an autograph poster from Utica, and copies of the DVD/CD box set. Tickets are available now at the Roxy Theatre, or online at Merrill Theatres.To date The WaterWheel Foundation has donated over $550,000 to more than 325 non-profit organizations.

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Setlist etc: Umphrey's McGee 5.19.11 "Sundown In the City" Knoxville, TN

 
photo via @jeffersonwaful

One Set: Plunger, Conduit, Women Wine and Song, Much Obliged > The Floor, Higgins, Booth Love, Hurt Bird Bath, Comfortably Numb

Encore: The Triple Wide, Miss Tinkles Overture

[setlist source: @jeffersonwaful]

Media:
WBIR [local]: Crowd expected at Sundown in the City tonight

Audio:
Stream via Live Music Archive [Source: Audio-Technica 4053a (DIN, LoC @ SBD) > Sound Devices MP-2 > Edirol R-09HR (24 bit, 96 kHz),taped by: Chris Lawless]



   

Video: Phish 11.24.1998 Veterans Memorial Coliseum ~ New Haven, CT Set II Playlist


  


Set 2: Ghost^ -> Halley's Comet > Tweezer -> Possum^^, Wading in the Velvet Sea > Character Zero

Notes
^ Psycho Killer teases
^^ Born on the Bayou teases

[setlist via phish.net]

   

Daily Audio: Umphrey's McGee "Senor Mouse" 12.3.04 Variety Playhouse ~ Atlanta, GA


Return to Forever was a great jazz fusion band from the early '70s formed by jazz pianist/keyboardist and Miles Davis Band alum, Chick Corea. Captain Senor Mouse, is often confused as an Al Di Meola original, but much to popular belief he had no part in the writing of this particular song. However, Al Di Meola did join the band in time to tour in support of the album Senor Mouse was released on [Hymn of the Seventh Galaxy]. Here is Umphrey's take on the jazz fusion masterpiece,  Captain Senor Mouse. This crisp recording is sourced from the Live Music Archive and was recorded by Kevin Browning.



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