on this day in umphrey's history

On This Day in Umphrey’s History

10.07.2004 THE BUSKIRK-CHUMLEY THEATER, BLOOMINGTON, IN, USA

Set 1: August > 13 Days, Soul Food I[1] > Anchor Drops, White Man’s Moccasins, The Bottom Half, In Violation of Yes, Release, Wife Soup

Set 2: Hurt Bird Bath, Much Obliged > Uncle Wally > Nothing Too Fancy > Groove Holmes > Dr. Feelgood > Sociable Jimmy[2], Mullet (Over), 2nd Self

Encore: The Fussy Dutchman[3]

[1] with Immigrant Song (Led Zeppelin) jam
[2] with The Next Movement (The Roots) tease
[3] Joel solo on baby grand piano with And So It Goes (Billy Joel) tease intro

Archive: https://archive.org/details/um2004-10-07.matrix.flac16
UMLive: N/A

 

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