Umphrey’s McGee Welcomes Horns For Night 2 At Brooklyn Steel: Full Show Audio

Friday marked the second of 3 Umphrey’s McGee performances in Brooklyn Steel at New York City. NYC hosted Phish to get a New Year’s Run, a lot of area Umphreaks captured Phish Rather than heading into Atlanta to get UM’s NYE celebration. As such, it was fitting along with a wonderful move for its six-piece to carry out the pair of covers they surfaced on New Year’s Eve in The Tabernacle in Brooklyn Steel on Friday accompanied by a three-piece horn department.

The group opened the activity with a tune a piece off their 2018 studio records as they plucked “Maybe Someday” from it’s not us along with the “Push & Pull” off it’so you. Umphrey’s then ventured into the highlight of the collection, an exploratory 15-minute variant of Mantis rarity “Red Tape. ” The sextet past played “Red Tape” on August 19, 2018 – a period of 39 shows. Bassist Ryan Stasik, the day ’s MVP, participated in interplay using guitarist Jake Cinninger during the Red Tape. ” Next up was among UM’s oldest songs, “Example 1,” and a “Night Nurse” dance celebration, the high-impact “Little Gift” along with slow-and-throbbing “Wife Soup. ”

Night ’s first set finished with a cover of INXS’ 1986 smash “What You Need. ” Umphrey’s has been joined by a horn section of Mike Maher (Snarky Puppy) on trumpet, Chris Ott (Huntertones) on trombone along with Dan White (Huntertones) on tenor saxophone. At the Beginning of the next set, Stasik came outside to acknowledge that the winner of SiriusXM Jam On’s Fantasy Football League, Andrew Brass. Since a prize wasn’t produced, Ryan introduced Andrew with a shot of tequila.

Saturday’s second set has been an all-killer, no-filler affair filled with improvisation. The sextet came out the gates using a Plunger” which saw the ring dig into the last part of the tune. A sludgey jam was a thick masterpiece ahead of a glimpse into UM’s first “Turn & Dub” because December 31, 2017 – a period of 102 shows. “Turn & Dub” fast evolved into a jam below which Stasik put a bass line. From that point, the horns returned to get a sweet reprise of the “Fat Man In The Bathtub” (Little Feat) pay the group debuted on New Year’s Eve. The horns stuck around for a Bad Friday. ”

Among the best sets lately came to a close with a royal “August” that began using Stasik quoting Michael Jackson’so called “Human Nature” throughout his solo at the start of the tune. The group wasn’t done as they segued fan-favorite “Much Obliged” into the Kula” for the day ’s encore. Umphrey’s McGee finishes the run in Brooklyn Steel tonight. A webcast can be obtained via TourGigs. Listen to an audience listing of last night’s show recorded by Opsopcopolis:

See video of these covers with the horns recorded by Gregory Marcus:

Fat Man In The Bathtub

What You Need

Setlist (via All Things Umphreys)

Set 1: Maybe Someday > Push & Pull, Red Tape, Example 1 > Night Nurse > Little Gift, Wife Soup, What You Need[1]

Set two: Plunger > Turn & Dub, Fat Man in the Bathtub[1],” Bad Friday[1], August[2]

Encore: Much Obliged[3] > Kula

[1] using Mike Maher on Saturdays, Chris Ott on trombone, along with Dan White on tenor saxophone

[two ] with Human Nature (Michael Jackson) intro out of Ryan; using Isaac Teel and Jake on percussion

[3 ] unfinished

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