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First Set
  • ? Hendrix Song
  • Here Comes Sunshine
  • Same Thing
  • Duprees Diamond Blues
  • Samson and Delilah
  • Comes a Time
  • Big River
  • Lazy River Road

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  • Queen Jane Approximately
  • Help on the Way -->
  • Slipknot! -->
  • Franklin's Tower
  • Liberty
  • Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

Next jam is next Wednesday, January 26, 2000.  

If you can read this you are a freak.
Larry was back from Florida, Rich was back behind his keys and the band was back to full force.  Even Johnny was moving a bit.   WE went with the early food thing and despite much wasted time, we go through most of the setlist.  By the end of the night Howie or Kenny and his friend Golan Heights showed to sing the Night They Drove Old Dixie Down.

 

It was a night of a rare lunar eclipse that could be seen if the cold clouds that dumped a little icy, snow on us, clear.  By the time I got home and got out of my car I saw a perfect view of it.  'Twas very cool on a frigid night.   Till next Wednesday when it will probably be a big, eventful night.  Don't forget about Larry Keel and August West next week, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.

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Name: Larry G.
Date: 1/22/00
Time: 12:11:05 PM

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I am doing our friend Michael and his band the Larry Keel Experience by hosting some of their real audio music on Deadstein.com. If you want to, take a listen to some of this fast paced, alternative bluegrass music at http://Deadstein.com/LarryKeel


Name: dave s
Date: 1/22/00
Time: 9:22:23 PM

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ok enough of that...i sure hope we have another "kenstein" experience in andy's absense !!!

and not only that but how bout this........


Name:
Date: 1/22/00
Time: 9:28:53 PM

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......there comes a time in every persons life....when they have to examine their own self worth...unfortunately that often manifests itself in an uncontrollable cacophony of verbal and psyhological diarrhea meant to justify and rationalize any self perceived failures... as it was said (in my favorite movie, its a wonderful life), no man is a failure that has friends...and it cannot be denied that all of us are his friend and we each show it in our own way.....so i ask, why must we be exposed to the superficial, falsely zealous, overcompensatory ramblings of a mad-boy...are we suppose to say "oooooo, thanks man, now that we know you feel this way we can hold our heads high".....ahhh please, hold 'em high up my asshole, huh.......of course i would have been happy to stick my head up my ass a gleeful celebratory fashion that would make mardi gras seem like a chucky cheese birthday party...... if i had been mentioned by name name like the rest of the fuckin planet.............but i wasnt so i'd like to pose a new discussion for our forum... NUISANCE OR ANNOYANCE---vote now, vote often


Name: Larry G.
Date: 1/23/00
Time: 2:27:11 AM

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Speaking of cacophony, I did hear the blown tweeter in the cabinet next to Kevin. For whatever that's worth.


Name: dave s
Date: 1/23/00
Time: 2:45:08 AM

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no no no..that would be monophony


Name: dave s
Date: 1/24/00
Time: 3:50:14 PM

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what is this world? coming too if everybody else does or or just doing !!!

-------go big steele, hey mon do not get in i and i-------


Name: Jonathan
Date: 1/26/00
Time: 9:34:04 AM

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Dave brought to my attention that when I write nice posts about some of the band members, other band members might be insulted if I do not write nice things about them. So here goes.....

How about that Dave? He makes us laugh with his quick, witty sense of humor. I'm really glad he's my friend. I'm sure glad he's not my enemy.

Jonathan


Name: Steele
Date: 1/26/00
Time: 3:42:46 PM

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Dave rules! In eye In eye!!! Have a great jam tonight dudes. I sure do miss you jammers. Hopefully I'll get to NYC and rock hard with you cool cats! Steele

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