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Published: 2012/07/27

Umphrey’s McGee Release Oldest Official Audio to Date

To honor the demolition of South Bend, IN’s Club 23 earlier this week, Umphrey’s McGee have released their oldest official audio to date. Recorded at the venue on January 21, 1998, the audio features the first-ever performance of “Kimble,” recorded while the band was going under the moniker Fat Tony. According to the band, the audio was recorded “onto a cheap ass cassette player via an 8 channel powered Crate mixer.” Listen below (and click here to check out the group’s 2005 Relix cover story).


There are 4 comments associated with this post

UMGA July 27, 2012, 18:41:00

so basically Joel, Bayliss and Stasik as far as whos left

samrk July 30, 2012, 07:51:49

meh, kinda boring, great to see nothing has changed ;-)

Yatender August 10, 2012, 01:20:15

Because there are negative ernegies and dualities in the world. There must be balance in the world. However, this duality can victimize some people harshly to create balance. I would feel very sorry for all the victims!!!!!

Kaique August 11, 2012, 16:50:08

Democracy? which exiled 750,000 pepole properly its citizens in 1948? Come on already. Today, the pepole who would live in Israel had there been no expulsions & refusal-to-readmit in 1948 would be predominantly Arab IN SPITE of massive Jewish immigration.

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