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Published: 2011/05/30

Umphrey’s McGee Introduces New Songs at Summer Camp

As previously reported, the members of Umphrey’s McGee performed with Huey Lewis as Huey Lewis and the rUMors at Chillicothe, IL’s Summer Camp yesterday. Earlier in the weekend the group delivered two additional shows under its own name. Near the end of Friday’s set, Umphrey’s busted into the new original song “Hourglass.” A few songs later, Big Gigantic saxophonist Dominic Lalli emerged for a set-closing take on Radiohead’s “National Anthem.” The next night the members of Umphrey’s McGee debuted both “Puppet String” during its first set and “Forks” during its second set.

The band also turned in a memorable encore with the help of Mad Dog’s Filthy Little Secret horns. The segment included a take on “Booth Love” as well as a new cover of Paul McCartney’s “Live and Let Die.”

Here’s a look at Umphrey’s McGee’s Friday and Saturday setlists via our Box Scores section

May 27, Summer Camp, Chillicothe, IL
Set I: Prowler > 1348 > “Jimmy Stewart” > Red Tape > “Jimmy Stewart” > Red Tape, Pay the Snucka (*), 2nd Self, Senor Mouse, Mulche’s Odyssey

Set II: Jazz Odyssey, Preamble > Miss Tinkle’s Overture (**) > Higgins > Miss Tinkle’s Overture > Higgins, Rocker Part 2, Day Nurse, Hourglass ($), The Floor, National Anthem (^)
E: The Triple Wide -> 1348

(*) with One Nation Under a Groove teases and Bulls On Parade jam
(**) with The Floor tease
($) first time played, original
(^) with Dominic Lalli (Big Gigantic) on saxophone

May 28, Summer Camp, Chillicothe, IL

Set I: Jazz Odyssey > 40’s Theme, Conduit > “Jimmy Stewart” > Conduit, Divisions, Go to Hell, Puppet String (*), JaJunk

Set II: Jazz Odyssey > Bridgeless -> No Comment (**) > Bridgeless, Forks (*), Plunger > Glory > Hajimemashite > Plunger, Hurt Bird Bath

E: Booth Love (^), Live and Let Die (^$)

(*) first time played, original
(**) previously called Pop Tart
(^) with Mad Dog’s Filthy Little Secret horns
($) first time played, Paul McCartney

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