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First Set
  • Here Comes Sunshine
  • Same Thing
  • Duprees Diamond Blues
  • Samson & Delilah
  • Comes a Time
  • Big River
  • Row Jimmy
  • Queen Jane
Second Set
  • Help on the Way->
  • Slipknot!->
  • Franklin's Tower
  • Corina
  • Brothers and Sisters

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Today's Super Hot Lead.  Guess it and win my respect.

 

...Carpe Freakum
Notes:
It was a back to basics night, 2 Johnny Go-getters, No Brotman and no other guests   Even the two Johnny's were gone by the second set.   The two of the them deserve special merit for two excellent trips to the deli and then to Bens.  Beautifully executed.

I played my Strat for the first time in a while except for that freaky night in the rehearsal studio a few weeks ago. It's nice to have two good options and it worked well.  I was getting some good sounds out of it.

RealPlayer 5This week marks the beginning of real audio on the site.   You are going to have to download the Real Player, latest version from The Real Home Page.  It's free.  Wish us luck.  I'll try to give one hot Jerry lead per week.  Try to guess it you Deadfreaks.  Check out the Comes a time lead from the jam.  It's going to take from my writing through.  I can tell already.  My toe is rewind the tape on the D5 as I write.

Nice Kevin stories of puking through the nose.

First Set Comments:
  • Here Comes Sunshine was nice, I practiced during the day and picked up a few things that I didn't implement quite correctly.
  • Samson moved, and though not flawless, it had plenty of good moments.
  • The Comes a Time lead was great we were right on, check it out.
  • Big River had a lot of trouble getting started out of the comes a time
Eating Comments:
  •  Bens, Broiled burnt hamburgers, good pastrami, with zest and zeal, not as good corned beef, hot open roast beef.  Onion rings were good to start but one disgusting bite changes that quickly.  No dessert except for a few cookies Ben through in.  We have to do something about the dessert issue.  Coffee maker downstairs is needed.
Second Set Comments:
  • Do to the purple haze in the room and the general feeling of gout besetting us, it was predicted the Help->Slip-Franklin's would be weak.  That wasn't the case.   Even the Franklin's maintained a boppy beat throughout the whole song.
  • Bothers and Sisters was good going along with our recent Garcia Band theme to close the night.  It gave me a nice chance to do some fingerpicking that I have been recently working on.
Weather:
  • A Little snow flurrying outside called for which didn't materialize.
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Name: KEVIN
Date: 1/20/98
Time: 3:39:30 PM

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First, way big appreciation must be given to TheGind, for not only the technical and practical knowledge, and coolness, of the RealAudio device, but the selfless lightning-fast and immediate application for all of us to enjoy! (And I do mean enjoy.Woo.) It's a good thing we are playing with such groov-a-tude, as to validate our RealAudio presence. Next. The *.*Boy situation. It has never been so good and so bad, simultaneously. Who would have thought that Freakboy and Spillboy would team-up , and create a formidable food/drink-fetching duo? Those guys were on the money last nite. Snapples, deli, batteries...they didn't disappoint. Fast and accurate, that's all you can ask for. The other side of that "kern", unfortunately, is Freakboy's quadriplegic impression. That kid is slumped over in a chair, with seemingly no neck, motionless for most of the nite. I find it offensive. Here's a kid with a special talent, yet he refuses to pleasure us with his fancy-dance. The Dancin' Freak is my muse. He must resume his psychedelic-prancing for the good of Deadstein. Dance Freakboy, dance!!


Name: Larry B
Date: 1/21/98
Time: 10:02:57 AM

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Unbelievable is all I can say. The mighty Gind Trades KC for Jerry G a fine swap I'll have to do a little better on my lead for next weeks download, but a mighty enjoyable night


Name: Menaker
Date: 1/21/98
Time: 10:21:21 AM

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The Gind does special things for us, including that Corrina slide thing. However, and isn't the spirit of Deadstein inspired by the however, but however, the audio file seems to download 100% before playing. I mean to say, there's no bufferring. Mind you, I'm getting transfer rates of 8K bps slowing down to 3.8k bps. This is both Netscape 3.0 and IE 4.0 Is any else buffering? Buffered or not, it's fantastic. I look forward to Larry filtering out the tapes and presenting us with his "best of"


Name: Paul Pos
Date: 1/22/98
Time: 1:32:13 PM

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Wow. Deadstein live in my living room. What a concept. As always, you've on the edge. Nice Corina. I couldn't tell if there was some kind of chorus/phaser effect on the guitar or if it was just the recording but it sounded cool. Keep it up. It's real...


Name: Scott
Date: 1/25/98
Time: 10:37:59 AM

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Finally have a moment to post my kudos to Mr. Gindoff. A job well done. There seems to be a little confusion on whats being called "Deadstein 1st jam" I can't remember LB & LG Trading licks so early in there career. But let me tell you, they've come a long way BABY!!! I can't remember last week by this time to comment but All I can Say is More Gar Band Please. Even if it's a show ender. See ya Tuesday. I think Mr. Brotman may be joining us??? Its end of Jan Isn't it??


Name: scott
Date: 1/25/98
Time: 4:23:46 PM

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lead on " It's no use " Smokes ......... Great Choice.. P.S. I'm assuming Tuesday for this week??


Name: Larry B
Date: 1/26/98
Time: 1:32:08 PM

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GO IN FREAK OUR LITTLE LARRY M !!!! So it turns out that our only remaing original drummer is heading for sunnier pastures. Paying Gigs with guys that can probably play and sing. It seems like such a short seven + years. Well Lar, you're spot will be filled but your charm and wit shall never be replaced.


Name: Larry B
Date: 1/26/98
Time: 1:33:02 PM

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GO IN FREAK OUR LITTLE LARRY M !!!! So it turns out that our only remaing original drummer is heading for sunnier pastures. Paying Gigs with guys that can probably play and sing. It seems like such a short seven + years. Well Lar, you're spot will be filled but your charm and wit shall never be replaced.


Name:
Date: 1/26/98
Time: 3:58:32 PM

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Name: Larry B
Date: 1/26/98
Time: 4:07:37 PM

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SO LONG LARRY M. Seven plus years and poof he's gone. Off to the greener pastures of a playing gig and probably some guys who can sing. You could hardly blame him. Well, that leaves me, Gind and Kevy as founding members who will remain active. So long Lar, we hardly knew ya


Name: Larry B
Date: 1/26/98
Time: 9:20:38 PM

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Fare the Well Larry M. Another founding member bites the dust. Leaving for the greener pastures of a paying gig and some guys who can probably sing. And He's Gone poof.


Name: dave s.
Date: 1/31/98
Time: 3:42:38 AM

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two little drummers sitting on a fence, one flew away and then there were two?


Name: steele
Date: 2/4/98
Time: 7:18:03 PM

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