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4.00 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 25% 5 stars

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Songs / Tracks Listing

1.Cemetery Walk (7:18)
2. The Linear (6:04)
3. Turn & Dub (10:41)
4. Conduit (4:08)
5. August (13:17)
6. 1348 (6:18)
7. Nothing Too Fancy (11:30)
8. Got Your Milk (Right Here) (3:33)
9. Nothing Too Fancy (8:40)

Total Time 71:29

Line-up / Musicians

- Brendan Bayless / guitar and vocals
- Jake Cininger / guitar and vocals
- Joel Cuming / keyboards and vocals
- Andy Farag / percussion
- Kris Myers / drums and vocals
- Ryan Stasik / bass

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UMPHREY'S MCGEE Summer Sampler 2010 ratings distribution

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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(25%)
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Review by Slartibartfast
4 stars Imagine if you will, walking into a liquor store, bringing your hooch up the counter and seeing three copies of a freebie Umphrey's McGee CD on the counter. It happened to me, it may not happen to you.

The material on this disc may actually be available as a freebie somewhere on their web site. Anyway, if you can get yourself a hold of a copy of this, it's a primary example of what makes them a great band. The live stuff isn't a carbon copy of the studio stuff. It isn't that it's sloppy. It's just that they kick it up a notch.

Turn & Run is transformed into Turn & Dub. Two versions of Nothing Too Fancy are offered up. This is probably their biggest canvas tune for improvisation. Was one of my favorites off of the first album I tried. We've also got August off of their out of print first album. A few songs I haven't heard of that may be on their next album: The Linear, Conduit, Got Your Milk Right (Here).

Music worthy of being released as an official live album.

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