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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bottom Half - Umphrey's McGee on AllMusic - - Let's dispense with the "jam band heroes" tag Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bottom Half - Umphrey's McGee on AllMusic - - Let's dispense with the "jam band heroes" tag 8/
  2. Apr 19,  · The Bottom Half is Umphrey’s McGee‘s first b-sides effort, but make no mistake, this two-disc set is more than just outtakes. At first glance, this is a great piece for the tireless fans who.
  3. "The Bottom Half" is the 5th full studio album from the band "Umphrey's McGee". This is one of those bands that I always equate to those jam bands like "Phish", "Widespread Panic" and "String Cheese Incident", however their music is a bit more varied than those bands, but they definitely do fit /5.
  4. Mar 25,  · As the title track of their release, 'Bottom Half' is more mediocrity. 'Walletsworth' is a return to glory. This is a song that captures Umphrey's Mcgee's signature sound. For this tune, the band employs their time-tested musical formula. 'Believe the Lie ' is an equally strong classic/5(18).
  5. May 11,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Great American / Believe the Lie · Umphrey's McGee The Bottom Half ℗ Hanging Brains Music, LLC Released o.
  6. Great American, The Bottom Half, Believe the Lie, Women Wine and Song, Atmosfarag, Resolution, Plunger, Black Water, Party Peeps, Mulch’s Odyssey, Miss Tinkle’s Overture Topics: Summer Camp , Nakamichi Source: Audience, F.O.B., 55 feet from the stage, Nakamichi Cm/CP-1 cardioid mics in an X-Y coincident pattern-> Sony SBM-1 @K.
  7. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Umphrey's McGee - The Bottom Half at Discogs. Complete your Umphrey's McGee collection/5(3).
  8. Umphrey's McGee is often called the next generation jam band. While they're known for ever-changing set lists and incessant touring, U.M.'s seemingly endless jams bear more resemblance to prog-rock bands like Frank Zappa and Genesis.

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