Im a little rusty, so be patient with me…
Set I - 8PM - 9:12PM
Haji*, Nemo*, Example 1&, Sociable Jimmy&, Conduit+, I Don’t Know What I Want+, Ringo+
Set II - 9:47 - 10:56
Bridgeless^ > Small Strides^, Pure Saturation^ → Hiccup^, Ophelia^=, Day Nurse^ > Glory^ > Bridgeless^
E - 10:59 - 11:10
Making Flippy Floppy^%
First show of the Myers-less era
*Andy on drums
&Jake on drums
+Ilya Stemkovsky from OM Trio on drums
^Duane Trucks from WSP on drums
=The Band; LTP 01/27/2017 (485 shows)
%Ilya Stemkovsky from OM Trio on percussion
Let’s Dance cut after Day Nurse
Much Obliged as Extra
Sometimes it’s nice to have a stripped down Jakeless jam. Bayliss really shined on that little Ex1 groove.
Interesting. Guess I expected Duane for the whole show
UM twitter says Ilya Stemkovsky from OM Trio on drums?
Maybe he was running late, I figured it would be the whole show as well
I have no idea who anyone that isn’t in Umphreys is lol
Wait this was advertised as a duane show but he isnt playing? What
Not yet, but I guess I’m in the minority that expected at least Andy and Jake to play on at least a few songs. Maybe he’ll do the second set?
Ripcord’d tf outta that jam
Sounded like Bayliss said be right back for a second set with Duane Trucks
my fav UM with OM trio/Ilya shows I’ve seen - sludge! and death!
Learn something new every day!
That sludge has some serious death metal in it, with the “I FEEL LIKE SUFFOCATING YOU” with the vocal effect, sheesh
Without Kris helming the kit, tonight’s show so far reminds me of 98-02 UM with Mirro as far as drumming style/groove of the songs goes. I have enjoyed it. Conduit and second Ringo jam were fun. Example 1 is always a yes, too.
Idk Duane’s playing much outside of Panic but interested to hear how he does with a song like Bridgeless
lol I didn’t mean to reply to you, dbk. I guess the reply kinda makes sense tho
I’ve never heard a WSP song in my life, but color me impressed. There was one section in Bridgeless where he was a little off with the guitars coming in on the upbeat, but the rest of it and the jam that followed were not too shabby.