Umphrey’s McGee Welcomes Marcus King & Unearths Bob Marley Cover At Milwaukee Finale – Full Show Audio

Umphrey’s McGee brought their two-night stand in the Riverside Theater in Milwaukee into a close on Saturday. The seven-piece group was connected by Marcus King during their opening series along with dusting off Bob Marley’s “Come In From The Cold” for first time since 2002.

The Chicago-based ring opened their night with an elongate as they dug in on “There’s No Crying In Mexico,” “Divisions,” that was trotted out for just the third time because 2017 and “Make It Right. ” King emerged next because the guitarist awakened with Umphrey’s to get a take on “Bad Friday. ” After an expansive version of “two ×two ” the septet acknowledged the frigid temperature out from unearthing Bob Marley’s “Coming In From The Cold. ” The trail from Uprising was sitting untouched since October 9, 2002 1,880 shows and – a span years. The song, that was a regular cover in the early-2000s worked its way into “Professor Wormbog” with the group returning to “Divisions” to deliver the frame.

End and the prog-jam rockers utilized setlist staple “ 1348 ” to start the stanza. In between the group would dig in a set of seamless runs. “Prowler,” that was served for the very first time since August of last year kicked off the very first. Just the variant of “The Fuzz” because 2015 followed “The Floor” shutting out the stretch. “Utopian Fir” got the part of this night heading with “Kula” and also a return into “1348” putting a cap. Umphrey’s McGee offered a cover up of the Talking Heads’ “Making Flippy Floppy” to deliver their period in Milwaukee to a Conclusion.

Listen to full display audio which includes the group ’s VIP set taped by Michael Frasca below:

Setlist (through All Thing’s Umphrey’s)

Place I: There’s No Crying In Mexico > Divisions > Make It Right, Bad Friday[1], two ×2, Coming In From The Cold > Professor Wormbog > Divisions

Place II: 1348 > The Silent Type[2], Prowler[3] > The Fuzz[4] > The Floor, Utopian Fir[5] > Kula > 1348

Encore: Making Flippy Floppy[6]

[1] with Marcus King on guitar, [two ] with Don’t Stand So Close to Me (The Police) teases, [3] with The Imperial March (John Williams) tease, [4] with Big Heart (Lounge Lizards) jam, [5] with Bombtrack (Rage Against the Machine) Fall and quote; with Jake on drums; with Home (The New Deal) Fall, [6] with One Nation Under a Groove (Funkadelic) and Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (Bach) teases

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