Feb 15, 2008

Umphrey's McGee

Goofy's Kitchen, San Francisco, CA

02/15/08 Goofy's Kitchen, San Francisco, CA


Set One

Bridgeless 842


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Much Obliged 682


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Dump City 807


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Partyin' Peeps 466


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The Fussy Dutchman 607


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Sociable Jimmy 502


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Bridgeless 405


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Set Two

Miss Tinkle's Overture 712


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2nd Self 464


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Der Bluten Kat 568


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Gulf Stream 455


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Der Bluten Kat 931


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Syncopated Strangers 662


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Utopian Fir 764


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Bombtrack 343


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Show Notes
  • Bombtrack: first time played, Rage Against the Machine; with Ilya Stemkovsky on vocals and Brian Felix on keys (both of OM Trio)
  • Reviews for this item

    umphreak 3/9/2010 5:12:39 PM

    "Just cruising the shows and came across this one. The setlist is extra classic and I thought I might like it. WOW!! The fellas came out all guns blazing and ripped Much Obliged and Dump City apart. It only gets better from there...Sociable Jimmy is sweet and DBK in the second set is on fire. Buy this show. The crowd is pretty funny too. They sound like they're having tons of fun (permagrinning). All around a really cool, crunchy, rock-fest. Not for the faint of heart. GOTTA' GET THAT UMPH!!!"

    Phreak89 6/9/2008 9:00:20 PM

    "UM is a jamband, but even while that is true, they defiantly have a lot more of a range of genres and styles that they hit which makes them much more accesable to more than just your standard jam crowd. I have always said and firmly stand by my claim that UM is THE MOST DIVERSE BAND EVER. Within a single show you can hear 20 different styles and genres and even they will even hit 3 or 4 different stlyes within a single song/jam but still distinctly sound like themselves. concider if you heard, in a single set, Divitions, Ringo, The Triple Wide, Party Peeps, Wizard Bural Ground, and Bright Lights, Big City. you are covering soooo much ground musicly it's mind boggling. plus thier covers, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Neil Young, Guns N' Roes, Led Zeppelin, and now in this show, Rage Agaist the Machine, just to name a few of the bands they've covered. there is literally NOTHING this band cannot play. "

    o-face-killa 3/10/2008 2:35:43 PM

    "My first time at the Fillmore, got chills...Solid show-bridgeless opener was sick; not much singing the first set...Listening to Gulf Stream at the show, I thought it was a little cheesy, but now I actually really enjoy it. DBK gnar is what I live for. And bombtrack, hayeah- sorry to any girls I may have elbowed to the floor during this one. "

    wondering 3/9/2008 1:58:06 AM

    "can anyone post something about the show?"

    charlie 3/5/2008 11:12:22 AM

    "During the earlier days, I`d say they were certainly a jam band. Now, however, I think it`s pretty tough to classify them at all, and if any genre were to fit them, it`d be progressive rock... that has improvisations. It`s a tough call, but I think "progressive rock" certainly does them more justice currently. "