Tag Archives: MP3s

Free Hand Selected Ween MP3s at Glorious Noise

I still remember the first time I heard Ween. It was in my friend’s dorm room. “Push th’ little Daisies”, from their otherwise not very interesting record Pure Guava. That was a long time ago, and Ween is still going. I was able to see them at the Royal Oak Music Theater in 2010. Lucky […]


Hand Selected Elliott Smith MP3s at Glorious Noise

I’ve done two Five From the Archive pieces that focused on Elliott Smith. There’s a lot more of his stuff to mine at the Live Music Archive, so you can be sure there’ll be more Five From the Archive posts focusing on Smith. In the meantime, check out the second collection of Elliott Smith doing […]


Hand Selected Umphrey’s McGee MP3s at Glorious Noise

Oops. I did it again. Selected five great live recordings from another great band that lets its fans tape concerts and share the recordings on the Live Music Archive. For your listening pleasure. This one is particularly special, as it marks the second time we have featured Umphrey’s McGee since we began the Five from the Archive series over […]

March 13

Hand Selected Greensky Bluegrass MP3s at Glorious Noise

In other good news, we’ve resurrected the Five From the Archives series over at Glorious Noise. In the second run in the series since the hiatus, I pulled together a bunch of audience recordings of Greensky Bluegrass doing some great covers. Bruce Springsteen, Journey, Talking Heads, Bill Withers, and Pink Floyd all get a nod. You […]


Umphrey’s McGee: Some Of Their Best Covers From 2010

Umphrey’s McGee is a powerhouse of a live band. The’ve been playing in their current configuration since 2002. Two guitars, drums, bass, percussion, and keyboards. They play in the jam band circuit, and tour constantly. But you’ll hear as much prog rock influence as anything else in their material. And the covers Umphrey’s McGee plays […]


Bob on Bob: Weir Does Dylan

Beginning with their shows in Negril, Jamaica at the beginning of 2009, Bob Weir and Ratdog covered a whole lotta Dylan that year. Starting with Maggie’s Farm in Negril, Bobby and the boys continued playing an average of one Dylan song per show for the rest of the year – their last year, at least […]