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First Set
  • Bertha
  • Jack Straw
  • After Midnight
  • Here Comes Sunshine -->
  • When I Paint My Masterpiece
  • Desolation Row
  • That's What Love Will Make You Do
  • Box of Rain
  • Brown-Eyed Woman
  • Valerie
  • Russian Lullaby

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  • Norwegian Wood
  • Across the Universe
  • In My Life
  • Duprees Diamond Blues
  • Truckin'
  • The Other One
  • Goin Down the Road
  • Victim or the Crime
  • U.S. Blues

Next jam is next Tuesday, January 25, 2004, 8-12 and it is not yet confirmed.

The 8-12 jam at Carroll's.  There was no Trister and no other guitarist so it was up to me to play lead throughout the entire night. While I like playing lead, the music is no where near as good without Andy so I have go to wish him a speedy return to the band.  Next time we see him it should be with his great new Resurrection Guitar.

There were no guests to join us, just the five of us and little Jimmy.  We were in the big studio, not the one we have been in over the past several weeks. I played lead all night and traded off many leads with Rich, many that neither of us play.  I thought Kevin was having lots of trouble in many places.  It's the problem with an overly foggy room.  In any case we made it through virtually all of it.  Some how, how knows how?

It was a frigidly cold night outside, yet the room was toasty.  We dedicated the US Blues to the up coming presidential inauguration.  That was Rich's idea, I dedicated the Victim to it.  The Jets just lost the heart breaking game to the 15-1 Pittsburgh Steelers.  Except for the cross bar getting in the way of a 47 yard field goal, the Jets would have pulled off the major upset.

General Comments

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Date: 19 Jan 2005
Time: 08:12:53


Trouble in many places. Yes. Classic battle: Right Brain vs. Left Brain. There is no winner.

Name: Scott
Date: 19 Jan 2005
Time: 09:09:10


Hey, We made it through a Tristerless evening fairly well I thought. Nice Guitar and Piano leads. I like the round robin song selection. Even if I pick some really cool obscure #'s, Just say Next Time..............

Name: Larry G.
Date: 19 Jan 2005
Time: 11:45:57


20 Songs, and that is if I didn't miss any, that is nothing to sneeze at.

Date: 19 Jan 2005
Time: 14:21:10



Name: Larry G.
Date: 19 Jan 2005
Time: 18:25:01


Didn't we do a Truckin' Gehzunteheit Other One?

Name: Larry G.
Date: 21 Jan 2005
Time: 07:24:23


I put the links to Coffee-Boys posting of the recordings from this week. Enjoy.

Date: 21 Jan 2005
Time: 15:13:36


I have been listening to the discs of the past weeks, and I have to publicly state that Brotpen doesn't often get the press he deserves. His singing, in his Jerryesque whisper style, is damn good. No offense to MiniT, but I like his 'Thrill Is Gone' better than hers. Go Brotpen. Deadstein is strong with virtually chinkless armor. Except for my powers of concentration, of course.

Name: Brotpen
Date: 21 Jan 2005
Time: 20:11:25


Thanks for the good press. I appreciate the chance to try out the Jerry vocal approach with such a tolerant and non-judgemental ensemble. Onward to Tuesday.

Name: tbanjo
Date: 23 Jan 2005
Time: 12:56:30


Thanks Mitch for dropping off the discs the other day. Meadstock was a blast and the disc proves it. Grate Work! I cannot believe that the combined sets were so short.

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