Summer Camp Artist #20 – Umphrey’s McGee

Lucky #20 in our Summer Camp Artist Series is Umphrey’s McGee. I’ve decided to get a few of the larger Summer Camp Artists out of the way a little differently, since most people going to the festival will already know about the bands and be familiar with their work. That said I’ve got some sweet video to show from All Good 2004 of Umphrey’s McGee. The video is “Utopian Fir>Thin Air>Interview>Thin Air.”

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And of course, check out the band’s newly designed website and add the band as a friend on MySpace.

I’ve also chosen to include one of the band’s podcasts off of their website, which you can check out a list of here.

Umphrey’s McGee Podcast – November 2005 Part Two

  • 00:00 – Der Bluten Kat – (11.12.05 – Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, Colorado)
  • 27:29 – Push the Pig>
  • 39:51 – Slacker (11.17.05 – 9:30 Club, Washington, D.C.)
  • 47:28 – Robot World>
  • 55:26 – Norwegian Wood>
  • 60:57 – Walletsworth (11.19.05 – Irving Plaza, New York, New York)
  • 66:58 – Heart and Soul*
  • 70:39 – Pay the Snucka (11.18.05 – Irving Plaza, New York, New York)
  • 79:56 – End

Total Broadcast Length 79:56

* with Huey Lewis on vocals
Umphrey’s McGee opened up at the Denver Fillmore with, one of their oldest tunes and concert staples, the epic Der Bluten Kat. The post-rock Robot World leads into the band’s unique interpretation of Norwegian Wood. Huey Lewis guests on a cover of one of his tunes, Heart and Soul, continuing the relationship started at the Jammy’s in 2005, and continuing to his guest slots on Safety in Numbers.

Many thanks again to JamCam for offering and hosting the file, check out their site and give them some lovin’, and make sure you sign up for their email list when you’re there.


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