Sun, 6 May 2012
00:00 Groove Holmes (2.13.99 - Madison Oyster Bar, South Bend, Indiana) 01:41 Loose Ends (4.21.12 - House of Blues, Dallas, Texas) 07:03 Bridgeless (4.14.12 - House of Blues, New Orleans, Louisiana) 18:42 Deeper (Neon Feather Remix) (Death By Remix) 22:09 Plunger (12.30.11 - The Pageant, St. Louis, Missouri) 33:22 Don't Do It* (12.31.11 - The Pageant, St. Louis, Missouri) 39:52 "Middle Eastern Metal" (4.27.12 - UMBowl III, Park West, Chicago, Illinois) 44:20 The Triple Wide (12.11.04 - 9:30 Club, Washington, DC) 56:02 9:30 (4.27.12 - UMBowl III, Park West, Chicago, Illinois) 67:27 Puppet String** (4.28.12 - Martyrs', Chicago, Illinois) Total Broadcast Length 78:07 Notes: * debut (The Band); with Mad Dog's Filthy Little Secret ** with In the Kitchen tease So many topics to cover! We open with a vintage take on the Beastie Boys' Groove Holmes in memoriam of MCA. Loose Ends is the newest Brendan Bayliss tune, debuted in March. Bridgeless is one of the many highlights from the band's gig in New Orleans. Deeper is one of the cuts off the newly released Death By Remix, a download of which comes free with your pre-order of the New Year' Run 2011 DVD set featuring all 3 shows in their entirety including an Plunger with explosive improv and a cover of The Band's version of Don't Do It (RIP Levon). Middle Eastern Metal was one of the Q2 highlights at UMBowl III. If you haven't checked out Raw Stewage yet, be sure to pick up 7 hours of the finest improvisation at UMLive.net. The 12.11.04 Triple Wide is a legendary improv that the band recreated during Q4 of UMBowl. To close, the first Puppet String with improv, by fan request, was played at the Bill Graham For A Day event.