Umphrey’s McGee To Reissue ‘Safety In Numbers’ On Vinyl For 10th Anniversary

first_imgTo celebrate the 10th anniversary of their 2006 studio effort, Safety In Numbers, Umphrey’s McGee will reissue a 180-gram double LP pressing of the record. Remastered for vinyl by Brad Blackwood at Euphonic Masters, fans are in for a treat with this UM reissue, which also includes a couple guest spots on the album, including Huey Lewis and Joshua Redman.Pro-Shot: TAUK Welcomes Umphrey’s McGee Members For Bonobo Cover In NYCDigital versions of Safety In Numbers will also be available for reissue in MP3, FLAC, ALAC formats as well as the first high fidelity 24/96 version ever released, and for a limited time, UM will be offering several signed copies of the album in their online store. In addition, anyone who buys a reissue of Safety In Numbers, regardless of format, will receive an unreleased acoustic bonus show, recorded at the Safety In Numbers release party on April 3, 2006 in Chicago, IL. UM has also made a few updates to the album’s packaging and have added a few concept sketches by the late, great Storm Thorgerson (Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Genesis).Umphrey’s McGee, Tom Petty, & More Locked In For Bunbury Music FestivalSafety In Numbers will be released on April 1 but you can pre-order your copy today here. Pre-orders of the album on vinyl will begin to be shipped March 14, a full two weeks before release date.Track list:1) Believe The Lie2) Rocker3) Liquid4) Words5) Nemo6) Women, Wine and Song7) Intentions Clear8) End of the Road9) Passing10) Ocean Billy11) The Weight AroundBonus (included on both vinyl & digital downloads)    Memories of Home    Divisions (acoustic)Instant Grat (immediate download included with any purchase)04/03/06 Safety In Numbers Release Party, Park West, Chicago, ILNemo, Passing, Rocker[1], Eat > End of the Road[1], Women Wine and Song, Pipeline > Ocean Billy[1] debut, originallast_img read more

Dave Matthews (Plus Special Guests) And The Revivalists Shine At Jazz Fest [Photos]

first_imgWell, the dizzying annual affair that is New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is underway, thunderously charging toward its official close on Sunday. The days until the end of the weekend are packed with dozens of daytime performances at the Jazz Fest Fairgrounds and the venues across the city will continue to be stuffed ’til early in the morning with an insane amount of late-night performances by the hundreds of world-class musicians who have taken up residence in the city over the last week or so. Dave Matthews At Jazz Fest | New Orleans, LA | 5/5/17 | Photo: Dave Vann The Revivalists At Jazz Fest | New Orleans, LA | 5/5/17 | Photo: Dave Vann Photo: Dave Vann Photo: Dave Vanncenter_img Jazz Fest Round Two Kicks Off With Widespread Panic And George Porter, Jr. [Photos]On Thursday, the official Jazz Fest performances launched the second weekend of the massive event with a bang, seeing performances by Widespread Panic, George Porter Jr., and more officially welcome in the start of round two. Yesterday, on Cinco De Mayo, the crowd was similarly buzzing for Jazz Fest, and Friday’s festivities were kicked off by stunning daytime performances by Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds–a joint performance that also saw the band welcome the legendary Jimmy Buffet to the stage, and later, trumpet player Rashawn Ross of Dave Matthews Band–and The Revivalists. You can check out photos of these performances below, courtesy of Dave Vann.KDTU’s Tribute To The Stones, Worship My Organ, And More Hit Jazz Fest Late Nights [Photos]As to be expected, the party did not stop there. To hold down some of the many Jazz Fest late night’s on Friday evening, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, White Denim, and Worship My Organ (featuring John Medeski, Robert Walter, and Marco Benevento), all threw down across New Orleans in addition to the massive 15th annual Bayou Rendezvous, a huge event with nine performances across the Howlin’ Wolf’s two stages, including multiple giant all-star collaborations.The 15th Annual Bayou Rendezvous Takes Over The Howlin’ Wolf For Jazz Fest [Photos] Load remaining images Load remaining imageslast_img read more