22

Oct

2004

Umphrey's McGee

Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA

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10/22/04 Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA

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Set One

Roulette 300

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Utopian Fir 177

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Great American 316

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Utopian Fir 408

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Syncopated Strangers 487

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Plunger 398

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Mail Package 353

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Divisions 775

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Glory 185

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Divisions 328

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Hot For Teacher 292

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Set Two

2nd Self 346

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Robot World 672

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Franklin's Tower 623

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Nemo 263

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Mulche's Odyssey 513

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Visions 450

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The Bottom Half 409

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Hurt Bird Bath 394

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Making Flippy Floppy 449

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Hurt Bird Bath 259

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Encore

Debate 223

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All In Time 788

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Show Notes
  • On a crisp October day in 2004, we rolled into the Bay Area for our second show ever at the legendary Great American Music Hall. If you have ever set foot inside those hallowed halls, you understand the “if these walls could talk” feeling that permeates the room. Home to countless legendary performances from Sonny Rollins to the Grateful Dead, the energy is undeniable. Our excitement about that show returns today as we roll out the previously unreleased, re-mastered matrix recording from the vault.

    The show featured the debut of Great American, with the venue appropriately serving as the song’s namesake. Phil Lesh dropped by and joined in on Robot World,” as well as the first rendition of Franklin’s Tower since 1998.  Throw in Divisions > Glory > Divisions and some humorous banter about Blue Öyster Cult and you’ve got classic UM.