Greatest Hits Vol. III is the debut studio album by Umphrey's McGee, recorded in 1998 and released by the independent label Street Gold Records just eight months after the band's formation. The album was recorded somewhat haphazardly in an effort to help the band secure local gigs. While the liner notes state that the album was recorded at "Dirty White Couch Studios", it was actually taped in the back of a Napa Auto Parts store warehouse in South Bend, Indiana
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Greatest Hits Vol. III is the first studio album by progressive rock band Umphrey's McGee, recorded and released in 1998 just six months after the band's formation. This is the only album to feature the original four-man lineup of the band. The album was recorded in just one day in preparation for an upcoming performance. Bandleader Brendan Bayliss says the album was rushed because it was much easier to book concerts with an official album.
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Greatest Hits, Vol. 3 - Roly Poly, Around and Around, Go Go Go and 8 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Greatest Hits, Vol. 3. From: Chuck Berry. Count: 8. Views: 63. 3 tracks. 3 collects the bulk of Ronnie Milsap's late-'80s hits, including "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby," "How Do I Turn You On?," "Snap Your Fingers," "Where Do the Nights Go," "Button Off My Shirt," "A Woman In Love," and "Stranger Things Have Happened. Although it bypasses some of his hits ("In Love," "Houston Solution," "Are You Lovin' Me Like I'm Lovin' You") at the expense of lesser-known material (".