Dec 30, 2006
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- These videos were collaboration between Chicago based production companies Emtybag, UMVideo, and Wiggle Puppy Productions, after they spontaneously and prophetically converged over the 2006 New Years Run. Working tirelessly around the clock, the editors worked closely with nugs.net to get these Super Tasty Selections out hot and ready for your viewing pleasure. Now engorge yourself!
- 12/30 VIDEO CREDITS
Brian Myers - Producer
Carrie Cruz & Shanan Edelheit - Production Assistants
Brett Saul - Producer / Camera Operator
Greg Burrell, Ryan Cohen, Josh Petersen, & Jason Wilson - Camera Operators
Kari Saul – Assistant Editor
Morning Song, Hurt Bird Bath & In The Kitchen - Edited by Brett Saul
The Fuzz > Dear Lord, The Crooked One, Ringo & Walletsworth - Edited by Jason Wilson
Wiggle Puppy Productions
Mark Krieglstein - Director / Camera Operator
Sara Yule - Producer / Camera Operator
Der Bluten Kat (Parts 1 & 2), Robot World, Intentions Clear - Edited by Mark Krieglstein
Horn Section (select songs): Jeff Coffin on saxophone, Michael “Mad Dog” Mavridoglou on trumpet, Chris Neal on Saxophone, and Brent Sanders on trombone.
Special thanks to the Fans, the Band, the Crew, and UM's production staff, all of whom made this possible. And a Super Special thanks to Chad Ericksen, Greg Stewart, and Lord of Laser Light - Wade Wilby!
BigDog12 — 8/7/2007 10:14:35 AM
"This show was fucking sweet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Umphrey`s McGee rocks "
UMprowler15 — 1/28/2007 10:47:39 PM
"i thought this was the best UM show i have seen. musically it was great, i cant say much for the crowd b/c i was in the front row but i cant complain there. i think they played really well together. the fuzz opener was really sick and funky, definitely enjoyed walletsworth and a supertramp encore was really cool. "
Ben — 1/2/2007 7:07:45 AM
"Simply incredible. To me, this show marks a turning point for Umphrey`s. The second set is like nothing else I`ve ever heard from them. DBK and Robot World will blow your mind, especially when Jeff Coffin pops in with his blistering sax, always a welcome addition to UM`s sound. All 3 of of NYE run shows were fantastic, but if you only buy one you should make it this one. What I`m really wondering is, all 3 shows were videotaped... so where are the videos? I would love to SEE this show again."
fuckUwil$on — 1/1/2007 11:12:40 PM
"This was only my 3rd UM show, but I don`t know, I wasn`t extremely impressed, but then again, I often judge shows by the feeling of the show, not just the music. But between the pesky security(they were nice enough, just annoying) walking aroung the crowd, a fight(!) breaking out right in the peak of Der Bluten Kat, a somewhat(imho) unenergetic crowd( at least compared to some shows i`ve been to where everyone is dancing and freaking out), a set break that seemed to last 3 hours(i had to leave to catch a train after Robot World, I would have liked to see the entire show and have not spent an hour waiting for set2, and my company who is not a UM fan thereby bringing down the show w/his neg. attitude; well it wan`t my favorite show ever. I havn`t listened to the tapes yet, musically it may have been outstanding, but when is UM not on fire? Highlites for me were a SICK Hurt Bird Bath, Walletsworth, DBK, and a sweet trancy Robot World...my 2 cents..peace"
kevin g — 1/1/2007 6:16:54 PM
"this show was fuckin amazing, first umphreys show i have been too and it was great. hurt bid bath was sweet. can wait to go to another show"
Setlist at Aragon Ballroom, Chicago, IL on Dec 30, 2006
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